You probably have many things on your mind right now other than renewing your SAM.gov registration. Given that business and government alike are focused on responding to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 national emergency, the General Services Administration (GSA) has announced that it will grant 60-day extensions to companies whose SAM registrations expire between March 19 and May 17, 2020. For example, if your SAM.gov registration is scheduled to expire on April 1, 2020, you now have until May 28, 2020 to renew. You need not take any other additional action at this time.
GSA estimates that more than 60,000 SAM.gov registrations will benefit from this extension. GSA will continue to process renewals throughout the coming months in hopes of keeping the system moving, allowing your Government customers to pay you.
Over the past two decades, Coley has assisted hundreds of customers on all manner of Federal contracting issues, including creating and renewing SAM.gov registrations and its predecessor, CCR. We have continuously kept you informed of all changes that could affect your government business, including SAM.gov, and will continue to do so through the current COVID-19 emergency, and in the future, just as we always have. When it comes time to renew your registration, you know that Coley will be there.
Published author with 30 years’ experience working with Federal agencies and contractors, including proposal development and project delivery.