SOURCE: US Federal Contractor Registration

US FEDERAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION

March 01, 2016 10:00 ET

Save Your Stuff LLC has Become a Verified Vendor With US Federal Contractor Registration

Is Currently Accepting Government Contracts

WASHINGTON, D.C. --(Marketwired - March 01, 2016) - US Federal Contractor Registration, the world's largest third-party government registration firm, is pleased to announce that Save Your Stuff LLC -- which teaches people how to protect and save artistic, historic, and cherished workplace-related items -- has become one of its Verified Vendors.

The Verified Vendor seal shows procurement officers that a company's registration is being maintained and that the company has successfully completed System for Award Management (SAM) Registration.

Save Your Stuff LLC makes available a how-to manual ("Save Your Stuff in the Workplace"), supplementary e-mailed materials, and how-to videos for companies interested in protecting and preserving workplace-related items. These materials also include information about protecting and preserving collectible keepsakes, art, antiques, and items that a family may want to pass down for generations.

"We hope our manual inspires people to extend what they learn to their own homes," said Save Your Stuff LLC President Scott M. Haskins, who added that these manuals also include information about how to preserve belongings during a disaster. "This should be an essential part of any disaster planning a company does."

Haskins suggests a company consider whether it could recover from a total loss, and includes in its Save Your Stuff manual information about:

  • Protecting intellectual property
  • Carrying the right amounts of insurance
  • Preparing for a disaster
  • Empowering personnel to best protect their personal belongings and what they use in the workplace, such as office art, historic furnishings, and displays

Haskins, who has more than 40 years of preservation experience, is presently contracted for preservation services, assessments, and consultation services with:

  • The Province of British Columbia (Canada)
  • The Federal Reserve Bank
  • The State of Texas
  • The City of Dallas

During his career, he has worked with large corporations, including the History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah, and he and his book have collected accolades from organizations and people based around the world.

"This information needs to be in the hands of every staff member in every FEMA office in disaster areas," said Dr. Bill Henriques, a FEMA public information officer, while D. Duplantier of the Red Cross in New Orleans, said "This is a must own book. It's great for everyone, but especially important if you live in costal communities. I wish I had discovered this book prior to Hurricane Katrina."

About Save Your Stuff LLC

DUNS: 078654393
CAGE: 6TUB7
SAM Registration valid through 09-05-2016
North American Industry Classification Codes (NAICS): 424920 and 454111

Save Your Stuff LLC inspires people to take action for the protection, preservation and saving of historical memorabilia, collectibles, treasured keepsakes, arts and antiques. Scott M. Haskins, its author and a renown preservation expert, provides fun and authoritative, educational books and how-to videos with continuing education support that covers disaster preparedness/emergency planning and risk management (of art and collectible related objects) in the office and at home.

About US Federal Contractor Registration

US Federal Contractor Registration is the world's largest third-party registration firm. It helps business owners register to do business with the federal government; build a proper profile in the following systems: (8a, GSA, DSBS, System for Award Management, HubZone, WOSB, EDWOSB, VOSB, SDVOSB, DAPA, and the Simplified Acquisition Program); and market that profile to the federal government. US Federal Contractor Registration is a platinum rated D&B rated company. It has completed more than 65,000 federal registrations for federal contractors, nonprofits, state and local agencies, and even for the U.S. government.

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