US Federal Contractor Registration Accepts Video Submissions for Scholarship

USFCR is the world's largest third-party government registration firm

Saint Petersburg, Florida, UNITED STATES


St. Petersburg, Fla. , Nov. 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Every year, US Federal Contractor Registration awards the Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship. The scholarship, for $1,000, is meant to be spent on any expense that comes with a higher education. This can include boarding, textbooks, and tuition. Students that are seniors in high school who have been accepted into a college or university are eligible. Current college students in their first or second year can also apply. In previous years, students were to submit an essay answering a question about government contracting to the firm. However, this year, they're changing the requirements and are asking for video submissions to answer one question. 

The question is, "What are the benefits of working with the U.S. government?" This isn't a question about benefits for government employees. They're asking more about the cooperation between the private and public sectors. This includes government contracting, grants, and other ways these parties work together. Although it is encouraged for students to use high-quality production equipment, they can still shoot a simple video on their phone. Video selfies, documentaries, vlogs, or any other stylization the student wishes to take is acceptable. What matters most is that they answer the question in a video format in a timeframe between two and five minutes. 

This run of the scholarship's deadline is May 1, 2019. In total, about only six scholarships are expected to be awarded. Although the official run of the scholarship will end next spring, they will still be awarded throughout this period. Full details on the scholarship as well as tips for those looking to submit can be found on USFCR's website

US Federal Contractor Registration is the world's most trusted third-party government registration firm. Located in St. Petersburg, Fla., one of their most prominent services is providing fully compliant SAM registrations for businesses. To work as a government contractor or receive grants, entities must be registered in SAM.gov. They have made over 100,000 compliant submissions to SAM. Errors in this registration can cause delays in payments or even fines. Working with USFCR, businesses can guarantee that their SAM registration will be compliant and its backed by a $1 million insurance policy. 

The third-party government registration firm also provides assistance and resource to help contractors as well as grant seekers. One of which is the Advanced Procurement Portal which streamlines searching for contracts, market research, and CRM in an easy-to-use application. They also offer bid training as well as provide proposal writing services to give their clients a competitive edge when pursuing contracts. 


        

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