FEMA Contractors Needed for Hurricane Barry Disaster Response Relief

Obtaining the proper Registrations, Certifications and other specific industry licenses has become a must to minimize fraud and protect the consumer and legit businesses alike. You can guarantee there are always inspectors checking such regulation compliance issues on the ground almost immediately. To be compliant and obtain work and contracts, it’s highly suggested having a CRS (Certified Registration Specialist) assist you for the first year at the very least as they provide ongoing support.

Please fill out the form below to have a CRS contact you within 24 hours regarding the Registration & Certification process to work as a contractor during and after natural disasters with:

  • FEMA
  • State Emergency Management Agencies
  • Army Corps of Engineers for all types of Debris Removal
  • DHS Prime Contractors – subcontracting opportunities for Federally Certified Small Businesses
  • Local Prime Vendors established by the Robert T Stafford Act
  • State & Local Government Contracts – Vary by state

Businesses of all kinds are needed for Disaster Response and Disaster Relief Contracts and Work. The normal repair and relief operation takes up to 2 years for a Hurricane, Flood and Natural Disaster on this Scale.

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Doing Business with FEMA/State Emergency Agencies &

How to Start Getting Contracts for Hurricane Response & Relief Now

USBRI has created a service specifically for this situation. The FEMA Package includes all the proper steps & contact info starting with:

  1. Having and updating a DUNS # (Unique Entity Identifier)
  2. Have an active compliant SAM Registration & Certification – (enables organizations to be paid by the Government)
  3. Need a detailed SBA DSBS Online Small Business Profile –  be located for No-Bid Contracts & Subcontracting Opportunities
  4. Federal Small Business Certification (if applicable)
  5. FBO Daily Contract Search Agent – reports emailed daily
  6. Vendor Profile Submission to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Liaison Program (ILP) which contains a more detailed description of what you offer & where
  7. Registration & Contact Information for the Federal & State Agencies Spearheading the efforts:  State Emergency Management Agencies, Army Corps of Engineers, FEMA, etc. (about half the money used goes through State Agencies via Federal Grants)
  8. List of DHS Prime Contractors Contact Information looking to subcontract with Federally Certified Small Businesses
  9. USBRI Direct Vendor Seal shows your filings are in order & professionally maintained (gain a very big edge this way)
  10. CRS Support for 12 months – Issues, problems, changes; will all arise, that is what we are here for.
  11. Each state normally has about 2-3 State Agencies spearheading efforts. Currently for Louisiana, it is LABEOC (Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center) which you must register with.
  12. Lastly would be registering with LaPAC (the State of Louisiana, Office of State Purchasing)

Call USBRI’s Help Desk for Immediate Assistance

We can complete the entire list above quickly so you may begin doing what you are best at instead of navigating the red tape.

Mon – Fri    (9am – 5pm EST)
1-888-646-9999

When disasters arrive, FEMA needs services from ALL TYPES of businesses during Disaster Response & Relief Efforts. Whether it’s construction, distribution or healthcare; there are thousands of opportunities available (Recovery takes a few years at best). Once the first few steps are complete, you are eligible to work with FEMA as well as contracts or jobs with Local, County, State, Federal and Military Agencies. All of the types of Government Contracts can be sent to you via email as soon as posted.

Why Work With the Federal Government?

The Government Needs You!

The United States Federal Government is dependent on contractors of all sizes to provide goods and services to the largest purchaser in the world. Small businesses are the most vital to this model. There are multiple Federal Regulations in place that mandate a certain percentage of ALL Federal Contracting Dollars be awarded to such. Once Certified, your competition is highly reduced.

About USBRI

United States Business Registration is a service firm that handles and manages the System for Award Management (SAM) Registration & Certification process for contractors, vendors, non-profits and government agencies directly with the IRS and DLA. USBRI offers Federal Small Business Certifications and assistance to organizations of all sizes who provide a product or service to the Federal Government or applies for Federal Grants/Assistance/Funding. We physically prepare and process the SAM Registration & Certification filings for organizations by facilitating the entire application process and working towards the fastest approval by the IRS and DLA. We ensure proper assignment of a CAGE Code, MPIN, NAICS Codes, PSC Codes, FSC Codes and all other necessary code assignments. Once approval is received, we advise the organization as to what specific resources and databases they should be utilizing to complete their specific reason for requiring or wanting to be registered in SAM to receive Federal Monetary Payments or Funding. A dedicated CRS is assigned to all organizations for a 12 month period for assistance and guidance when needed and try to answer any question ever arising regarding Government Procurement. Whether you are already registered and need to know how to locate contracts or you are brand new to the Government Sector and wish to grow your business, a CRS will be able to assist you with all these matters and get you started in the right direction with the proper tools to be successful.