- Aug. 27, 2014 - HOUSTON --
The Rothschild Corporation has announced it has become active in the U.S. federal government's System for Award Management, or SAM. This enables the organization eligibility for a variety of contracts and assistance awards or grants, as well as other federal privileges based on its current profile. This registration will make it much simpler for the Corporation to perform its business development and training functions in the Houston area for minority owned businesses, and committed to expanded services for a number of additional management and consulting projects.
According to the government's site, “The overarching benefits of SAM include streamlined and integrated processes, elimination of data redundancies, and reduced costs while providing improved capability.”
These are not little considerations, given the assurance companies want to have regarding the quality of endorsements given to companies that consult with them. The Corporation expects to use SAM’s resources in order to extend its consultancy to procurement of government contracts, utilizing its own registered status as an eligible company as a source of its expertise. This assistance is expected to take the form of orientation of companies about federal contracts, or partnerships with some firms to obtain the awards.
s status with SAM is thus anticipated to help the organization fulfill its mandate for providing “practical strategies for complex problems” as stated on its website, along with helping companies create their own turnaround or business upturns. As president, Susanne Rothschild, according to the site, “has worked with her clients to provide a foundation for the design, implementation and sustainability of improved business practices and employee and management behaviors. She has supported these improvements by working with clients to align and engage their people in cutting edge communications, education, training and executive coaching.”
Rothschild has already consulted and managed projects for Fortune 500 companies, though she expects her organization to benefit from the new qualification. The Corporation predicts this raised awareness of the organization through its involvement in the system will have a lasting effect on its stature in the Houston community. SAM status is expected to continue upon the Rothschild Corporation following through with periodic updates to renew their registration each June. The organization projects growth in its clientele consistent with government recognition and contracts, both in the short term and well into the new century.