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Can a business lose its HUBZone Certification? If so, what might cause this to happen?

There are a few factors that could go into why a business to lose its HUBZone Certification:

    • Expired SAM Registration (click below to see if your SAM is still active)
    • No longer qualifies
      • Principal office no longer in a HUBZone
      • 35% of FTE (Full-Time Employees) do NOT reside in a HUBZone anymore
      • No longer meets SBA size standards (use the tool below to find out if you do)
    • Did not recertify in time
      • Entities MUST recertify either 30 days BEFORE or 30 days AFTER the expiration date of the certification

USBRI has been offering filing assistance for SAM and Set-Aside Certifications for over 12 years. If you have an issues or need assistance, reach out to the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a CRS will be able to help you.

As mentioned above, two of the requirements to being HUBZone certified are being active in SAM as well as qualifying as a small business, meeting the SBA’s size standards. If you are unsure if you qualify as a small business or have a SAM Registration, use the tools by clicking the buttons below.

Need to Register or Renew in SAM?

If your registration is missing or expiring soon, begin the process with a CRS today. Complications can arise at anytime through the registration process. Having a specialist go through this with you will ensure that there are little to no complications for you. If you are ready, reach out to the help desk for more information or click the button below

 

Do you still need a DUNS number to register with SAM?

As of April of 2022, the DUNS number identification system was phased out and replaced by SAM’s own UEI (Unique Entity Identifier). If you did not received a notifcation for SAM or of unsure if/what your UEI is, follow the steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “Check UEI and Expiration Status”
    • Input your company’s FULL legal business name or CAGE Code (if known)
    • Solve the security question and select “Check SAM Status NOW”
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of your SAM Registration that includes:
      • UEI (and CAGE Code)
      • Expiration Date
      • Primary NAICS Codes
      • PSC and FSC Codes
      • Primary POC’s
      • and more
    • If for any reason the tool is not working, please contact the Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998

You can also access the tool by clicking the button below

 

Need to Renew or Register?

If your registration is missing or expiring soon, begin the process with a CRS today. Complications can arise at anytime through the registration process. Having a specialist go through this with you will ensure that there are little to no complications for you. If you are ready, reach out to the help desk for more information or click the button below

How do I start the SAM registration renewal process?

To begin the SAM Registration renewal process, you must ensure that you have all required documentation and information needed. Completing the SAM Registration on your own can be tedious and time consuming, as well as frustration. A Certified Registration Specialist at USBRI can ensure your registration is done with ease and efficiency, making sure it is compliant with all procedures in SAM.

Contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 for more information and CRS will be able to assist you.

If you are unsure if you have a SAM Registration or need to know the status of one, use the tool by clicking the button below

 

Need to Renew or Register in SAM?

If your registration is missing or expiring soon, begin the process with a CRS today. Complications can arise at anytime through the registration process. Having a specialist go through this with you will ensure that there are little to no complications for you. If you are ready, reach out to the help desk for more information or click the button below

What are the compliance requirements for maintaining set-aside certifications?

One major compliance requirement for maintaining any set-aside is keeping your SAM Registration active and compliant. Each set-aside certification offered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) has it’s own procedures and standards for maintaining that specific certification.

Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB/EDWOSB)

According to SBA, maintaining a WOSB or EDWOSB certification requires participants to annually attest to meeting program requirements set forth in 13 CFR 127.  Annual attestation must be submitted within 30 days of the anniversary date of certification. Additionally, firms must undergo a program examination every three years conducted by SBA or a third-party certifier.

Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB/SDVOSB)

For VOSB and SDVOSB (Service Disabled Veteran-Owned) certifications, they are good for a total of three years. Once the three-year period is up, you must recertify and stay compliant

HUBZone Certification

You’ll need to recertify for the HUBZone program once a year. There is no limit to the length of time a business can participate as long as it continues to qualify. A “program examination” is required every 3 years to make sure you still meet the requirements as the map changes every 5 years and new locations arise. If yours is coming up for an examination, check and see if you are still in a HUBZone by clicking the button below.

 

As mentioned above, your SAM Registration must be in ACTIVE and good standing to qualify for a set-aside certification. If you are unsure if yours is active or if you have one. find out by using the tool below

 

Need to Register or Renew a SAM Registration?

If your registration is missing or is within 60 days of expiring, get started on the process NOW. You do not want to miss out on any federal contracting opportunities or lose a certification status due to those issues. If you are ready to begin, reach out to the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a CRS will answer any general questions you have. You can also click below to get started today. Once payment is received, a CRS will be in contact with you within 24 business hours.

Do UEI numbers expire?

The SAM Registration associated with your UEI number will expire annually. It must be renewed every year to stay compliant with the government in order to receive federal funding. If you are unsure of your status, 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.

How to renew an expired SAM Registration?

To renew an expired SAM Registration, there are a couple of options:

    • Using online resources, you can complete the renewal on your own.
    • Using a filing assistance frim such as USBRI who have been assisting companies with the SAM Registration for 13 years.

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 Easily Find Your SAM Registration Expiration Date

Are you a business that is registered in the System for Award Management (SAM)? If so, it’s essential to stay on top of your registration status, including knowing when your SAM registration expires. This step-by-step guide will walk you through the process of easily finding your SAM registration expiration date so that you can ensure your business remains eligible for government contracts and grants.

With the SAM database constantly evolving and updating, it can be challenging to navigate and locate specific information, such as your expiration date. However, by following the straightforward instructions in this guide, you’ll be able to quickly find the information you need and avoid any potential issues or interruptions to your business with the federal government.

Whether you’re a long-established business or new to the world of government contracting, knowing your SAM registration expiration date is vital in maintaining your eligibility for contracts and grants. So, let’s get started and discover how to easily find your SAM registration expiration date.

What is the SAM Registration Expiration Date?

The SAM registration expiration date refers to the date when your business’s registration in the System for Award Management will expire. This date is crucial as it determines your eligibility to participate in government contracts and grants. The federal government requires businesses to maintain an active and up-to-date SAM registration to ensure fair competition and transparency in the procurement process.

Why is it important to know your SAM Registration Expiration Date?

Knowing your SAM registration expiration date is essential for several reasons. First and foremost, it allows you to proactively manage your business’s eligibility for government contracts and grants. By staying aware of your expiration date, you can ensure that you renew your registration in a timely manner, avoiding any disruptions to your ability to bid on or receive government contracts.

Additionally, knowing your SAM registration expiration date enables you to plan ahead. If you have contracts or projects that extend beyond your expiration date, you can take the necessary steps to renew your registration before it lapses, ensuring a seamless transition and uninterrupted business operations.

How To Find Your SAM Expiration Date

Follow the stops below to find your SAM Expiration Date:

    • At the top of this page, select “Check SAM & UEI Status” in red
    • Put your company’s name, CAGE Code, or UEI and do the security question
    • After clicking “Check SAM Status NOW”, allow the page to refresh and it will generate a brief summary of your SAM Registration including information such as: Expiration Date, POC’s, NAICS Codes, PSC Codes, CAGE Code, and more.
    • If this tool is not working for you or you are having trouble, contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a Certified Registration Specialist (CRS) will assist you.

What to do if SAM Registration is about to expire

If your SAM Registration is set to expire soon, don’t panic. There are a few options to get this done. You can go through the process on your own using online resources (processing times will take 2-3 months).

You can also go through a filing assistance firm such as USBRI who have been doing business for over 11 years. USBRI is consistently on top of any changes and updates regarding SAM and will assure your registration is completed with ease and efficiency. Contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 with any questions or need assistance.

Understanding the Importance of Your SAM Registration Expiration Date

When it comes to contracting with the federal government, your SAM registration expiration date holds significant importance. SAM is the portal the federal government uses to track where money is going, to who, and for what when concerning contracts and grants. Maintaining an active registration is a requirement for businesses looking to bid on government contracts or apply for grants.

If your SAM registration expires, your business will no longer be eligible to receive government contracts or grants. This could result in missed opportunities, loss of revenue, and decreased credibility with government agencies. Therefore, it’s crucial to regularly check and stay informed about your SAM registration expiration date to ensure your business remains in good standing.

Need Further Assistance?

Contact the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 with any questions or assistance you may need regarding the SAM Registration.

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Do SAM accounts expire?

There is no “SAM accounts” so your user account will not expires. However, an entity’s registration will expire annually until it is renewed. To check the status of your SAM, follow the steps below:

    • Visit www.USBRI.us
      • Alternatively, at the top of this page, select “Check SAM & UEI Status” in red.
    • Input your company’s legal business name, CAGE code, or UEI number
    • Solve the security question
    • Allow the page to generate a brief summary of your SAM Registration (if there is one) which will include:
      • Expiration Date
      • NAICS Code
      • PSC Codes
      • POC’s
      • and more

If you are having trouble with the tool and need immediate assistance, reach out to the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998 and a Certified Registration Specialist (CRS) would be happy to assist you.

You can also access the tool by clicking the button below

Need to Register or Renew?

If your SAM Registration is within 60 days of expiring, begin the renewal process NOW. Processing times are taking longer due to new policies so get in touch with a CRS today by calling the USBRI Help Desk at 1-888-646-9998. You can also browse the USBRI Services page by clicking below to learn more.

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How To Check CAGE Expiration Date

To check your CAGE/SAM Registration Expiration Date, follow the steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “Check SAM & UEI Status” in red
    • Input your company’s legal business name, CAGE code, or UEI
    • Select “Check SAM Status NOW” and allow the page to refresh
    • The page will generate a brief summary of your SAM Registration with details such as:
      • Expiration Date
      • UEI
      • CAGE
      • NAICS codes
      • POC’s
      • and more

You can also select the button below to access the Lookup Tool and get your CAGE/SAM Registration Expiration Date

Need to Renew or Register?

If your registration is set to expire within the next 60 days, it’s time to begin the renewal process. You can start by calling out help desk at 1-888-646-9998 and one of our Certified Registration Specialists would be happy to assist you and facilitate the process for you. You can also browse the service page by clicking the button below.

How To Check SAM Expiration Date

To check your SAM Expiration Date, follow the steps below:

    • At the top of this page, select “Check SAM & UEI Status” in red
    • Input your company’s legal business name, CAGE code, or UEI
    • Select “Check SAM Status NOW” and allow the page to refresh
    • The page will generate a brief summary of your SAM Registration with details such as:
      • Expiration Date
      • UEI
      • CAGE
      • NAICS codes
      • POC’s
      • and more

You can also select the button below to access the Lookup Tool and get your SAM Expiration Date

Need to Renew or Register?

If your registration is set to expire within the next 60 days, it’s time to begin the renewal process. You can start by calling out help desk at 1-888-646-9998 and one of our Certified Registration Specialists would be happy to assist you and facilitate the process for you. You can also browse the service page by clicking the button below.