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What’s the difference between CCR and SAM?

The Central Contractor Registration (CCR), was the government’s database used strictly for validating, publicizing, and passing on data about suppliers and other entities doing business with the government. In 2012, the government created the System for Award Management (SAM), which works with government contractors, vendors, and others looking to do business with the government. Since CCR was replaced, SAM has become the prime portal for all things pertaining to federal contracting work.

If you are unsure that you have a SAM Registration, click the button below

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Do you need to register in SAM as a contractor?

If you are planning to do federal contracting work for the government, you MUST be registered in SAM. The System for Award Management is the government’s way of tracking where money is going, to who, and for what.

If you are unsure if you have a SAM Registration, follow the s steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “SAM & UEI Status Lookup Tool”
    • Input your company’s UEI or FULL legal business name
    • Answer the security question select “Check SAM Status NOW” in blue
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of your registration that includes
      • UEI and CAGE Code
      • Expiration Date
      • Primary NAICS Codes
      • PSC and FSC Codes
      • Primary POC’s
      • and more
    • If you are having trouble using the tool, call the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a dedicated CRS (Certified Registration Specialist) will be able to assist you in any way that they can.

Another way you can access the tool is by clicking the button below

Need to Register or Renew in SAM?

If you need to register or renew in SAM, begin the p

Who is required to register with SAM?

Any individual or business looking for federal contracting or grant work MUST register in SAM. The System for Award Management is the governments way of tracking where money is going, to who, and for what.

If you are unsure if you have a SAM Registration, follow the s steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “SAM & UEI Status Lookup Tool”
    • Input your company’s UEI, CAGE code, or FULL legal business name
    • Answer the security question select “Check SAM Status NOW” in blue
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of your registration that includes
      • CAGE Code and UEI
      • Expiration Date
      • Primary NAICS Codes
      • PSC and FSC Codes
      • Primary POC’s
      • and more
    • If you are having trouble using the tool, call the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a dedicated CRS (Certified Registration Specialist) will be able to assist you in any way that they can.

Another way you can access the tool is by clicking the button below

Need to Register or Renew in SAM?

If you need to register or renew in SAM, begin the process NOW. Processing times are taking longer due to new procedures with both SAM and CAGE, so you do not want to miss out on government contracting opportunities due to a missing or expired SAM Registration. Reach out to the help desk or being the process with a CRS by clicking the button below

How long does it take to get a SAM account?

The amount of time it takes to get a SAM Registration (your SAM account is different than a registration) depends on if additional documentation is needed. The processing times for SAM is taking anywhere between 4-6 weeks due to new policies and procedures.

If you are looking to get started in federal contracting or grant work, start the SAM Registration process today with a CRS to ensure you reap the benefits. USBRI has been offering filing assistance for both SAM Registrations and SBA Certification filings for over 12 years. If want to learn more about the SAM Registrations, the process, and it’s benefits, reach out to the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998.

To get started today, click the button below

Unsure If You Have a SAM Registratino?

If you are unsure if your company has a SAM Registration or not, use the SAM Status Lookup Tool by clicking below.

Why is SAM not working?

When SAM is being slow or not working, it usually means they are undergoing server issues or maintenance. If you need to check the status of a SAM Registration, follow the steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “SAM & UEI Status Lookup Tool”
    • Input your company’s legal business name, CAGE code, or UEI
    • Solve the security question and select “Check SAM Status NOW”
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of the registration including;
      • UEI and/or CAGE Code
      • Expiration Date
      • Primary NAICS Codes
      • PSC and FSC Codes
      • POC’s
      • and more
    • If the registration is ACTIVE, it will tell you at the top of the summary

If you are having trouble finding the right results, contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-998.

You can also access the tool by clicking below

Need to Renew or Register a SAM?

If you need to renew or register, begin the process NOW. The processing times are taking a bit longer due to everchanging procedures so USBRI recommends beginning the process at least 60 days before the set expiration. Call the USBRI Help Desk with any questions or begin the process now with a CRS by clicking the button below.

 

What documents do I need to validate my business for SAM?

Any document you may need to validate your entity must include the legal business name, physical address, and/or formation date.

USBRI has been offering filing assistance for the last 13 years. If you have any questions about SAM Registrations call the USBRI Help Desk 1-888-646-9998 and a CRS(Certified Registration Specialist) will help you.

If you are unsure that you have a SAM Registration, click the button below

Need to Register or Renew?

If your SAM Registration is set to expire or you do not have one, begin the renewal/registration process NOW. You do not want to miss out on federal contracting opportunities due to a lapsed SAM Registration. Call the USBRI Help Desk for assistance or begin now by going to the services page by clicking the button below.

What is the SAM.gov portal?

SAM.gov is the money portal for the government where they track where money is going, to who, and for what. If you are planning to do any government contracting or grant work, you MUST have an ACTIVE and compliant SAM Registration. Follow the steps below to check the status of your SAM:

    • At the top of this page, select “Check SAM & UEI Status
    • Input your company’s legal business name, CAGE Code, or UEI
    • Solve the security question and select “Check SAM Status NOW”
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of your SAM that includes:
      • Expiration Date
      • UEI and CAGE Code
      • Primary NAICS Codes
      • PSC and FSC Codes
      • Primary POC’s
      • and more

You can also access the tool by clicking the button below

Need to Renew or Register in SAM?

If your SAM Registration is set to expire within 60 days or you do not have one, begin the renewal/registration process NOW. You do not want to miss out on federal grant or contracting opportunity due to a lapsed or missing SAM. Call the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 to learn more about the filing assistance or check out by clicking the button below

What is the SAM.gov portal?

SAM.gov is the money portal for the government where they track where money is going, to who, and for what. In order to do any sort of federal government contracting or grant work, you MUST be registered in SAM.

USBRI has been offering filing assistance for over 12 years. SAM is an ever changing process and we are consistently on top of any procedural changes with the system. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a dedicated CRS (Certified Registration Specialist) would be happy to assist you.

To check your SAM status, use the tool by clicking the button below

Need to Register or Renew a SAM Registration?

If you need to register or renew in SAM, begin the process NOW. Validation processing times are taking longer than expected and you do not want to miss out on government contracting opportunities due to a missing or lapsed SAM Registration. Reach out the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 for more information. Begin the process NOW with a CRS by clicking the button below.

How to fix SAM registration renewal issues?

If you are having an issue renewing or don’t know what to do or have questions, do not hesitate to reach out to the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998. A dedicated CRS (Certified Registration Specialist) would be happy to assist you any way that they can.

USBRI has been in business since 2011 as one of the oldest companies offering filing assistance for the SAM Registration. Constantly on top of any ongoing changes and procedures, a CRS will be able to do the renewal/registration process for you with ease and efficiency.

To check the status of your SAM Registration, click the button below

Need to Register or Renew a SAM Registration?

If you need to register or renew in SAM, begin the process NOW. Validation processing times are taking longer than expected and you do not want to miss out on government contracting opportunities due to a missing or lapsed SAM Registration. Reach out the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 for more information. Begin the process NOW with a CRS by clicking the button below.

What’s the difference between DSBS and SAM?

SAM.gov is used as the money portal for the federal government, tracking where money is going for who and for what. The DSBS (Dynamic Small Business Search) is the SBA’s portal for federal contractors to find and to identify small businesses registered in  SAM. A requirement to having a DSBS profile is having a active and compliant SAM registration.

If you are unsure you have a SAM registration, click the button below

Need to register or renew?

If you don’t have an SAM registration or your SAM expires in 60 days, it’s time to start the process of applying. Reach out the Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998. Click the button below to view the services page.

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