What Is The Central Contractor Registry (ccr)
The Central Contractor Registry (CCR) is the main vendor database for the United States federal government. It first collects, then validates and stores, and finally disseminates data “in support of agency acquisition and award missions.” One of the major steps in this process is the federal vendor registration – i.e. where contractors need to go first in order to bid on federal bids. This registration is free.
Any organization seeking to work with the federal government under “a FAR – based contract must be registered in CCR before being awarded a contract.” Prospective vendors are required to be registered in Central Contractor Registry before the award of a contract basic agreement, basic ordering agreement or blanket purchase agreement. And it is a requirement for all registrants, both current and potential, to register in CCR in order to be awarded by the federal government.
What is required to register?
A Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number. A nine digit number provided by the commercial company D&B. The process to request takes about ten minutes and it is free of charge.
Tax Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN)
Electric Funds Transfer (EFT) Information
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But HOW do I register?
It’s a very simple and stress-free process with only two steps. First, access the Central Contractor Registry online registration through the home page. Find the “Start New Registration,” and click on it.
Second and final step, complete and submit the online application. If you have all the information required, the registration process takes around one hour to complete. However, that is up to the size and complexity of your business or organization.
To learn more go to AllGovBids.com to learn more about registering with the Federal government, as well as state and local government entities. Every government entity vendor registration is different, and even can include different sets of vendor forms and instructions. AllGovBids.com has archived these vendor forms, registration instructions and portals for every level of government, from Federal registration through CCR (Central Contracting Registry) to state and local governments.
To access these vendor forms and links go to AllGovBids.com, login or create an account, and click “Bidding Resources” in the navigation bar. Direct links to government resources can be found by clicking on the “Bidder Resources” section.
Central Contracting Registry. US Federal Government. Web. .