Feb. 23, 2012
-- "Firms around the world can sell to the U.S. Federal Government and we are proud to give those firms the opportunity,"
says CEO Ted Erlwein.
Being registered to do business with the U.S. Federal Government is sometimes a key advantage for non-US firms since a government office in a foreign country may have an immediate need for goods & services.
Using a local company is a sign of good will by the foreign located US Government office. Sometimes a foreign located US Federal Agency may have an immediate need for a particular good or service; so Ted has made it a point to let foreign companies know that there is business withe the United States to be had in areas overseas.“We have actually seen bids and propositions restricted to companies located in that country” – Ted. With that being said, High Sierra Consulting wishes to extend a helping hand to those firms who have a desire to sell to the US Federal Government.
There are several avenues to use when doing business with the U.S. Federal Government. The best way to get a niche in federal contracting is by following the specific rules for registration and a particular way to obtain a digital certificate (which is needed for recognition on some websites). This will allow your company to offer your goods and/or services to the Federal Agency in need.
High Sierra Consulting wishes to extend a helping hand to all companies overseas so that they too have a fair chance at marketing and selling to the U.S. Federal Government. Opening doors such as these for your company allows for the growth necessary to put your company on the map! The benefits are high for all parties that have a roll in the procurement process.
To find out more information on this please contact the High Sierra Consulting team.