USFCR Client Mediators of Texas Becomes Registered Government Contractor

AUSTIN, TX—(Marketwired – September 23, 2016) – Verified Vendor Mediators of Texas (“MOT”) has officially become registered in System for Award Management (SAM) and currently active to accept government contracts thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration and USFCR Senior Acquisition Specialist Johnathan Maness.

MOT has been in business in Central Texas (Georgetown) for more than three years and is continuously growing. Though Located in Texas, MOT provides services throughout the continental U.S. MOT has completed high volume contracts over the past three years and is equipped and poised to handle everything from small business to multi million federal contracts.

“Johnathan helped shape and prepare MOT to be the best solution to all of our clients' needs with his thorough evaluations, essential preparations and teamwork,” said MOT Owner and President Barbara A. Allen. “We feel completely prepared to execute an array of contracts immediately.”

Allen received her Texas Districts' SBA Small Business Person of the Year award and has been featured in multiple publications, Local Bar journals, and Austin Business on the Move.

MOT offers mediation, arbitration, and training services, including conflict prevention, conflict resolution, communication, writing, and sensitivity. The curriculum is critical–thinking based, teaching students how to state their negotiated positions, support their statements with facts, and articulate concise and logical conclusions with appropriate citations.

“The materials [were] great, the presentations [were] great, and the mocks [were] interesting,” said Jessica, an attorney who worked with MOT. “The hands–on/practical experience and the interaction among the group was most beneficial.”

MOT also offers multiple programs for human resource departments to deal with a wide array of workplace conflicts such as bullying, sexual harassment, EEOC, employment, employee leave, termination, and more. MOT creates a customized approach for all training to make sure that it meets the exact needs of the client.

MOT's trainers' extensive backgrounds and credentials in their respective fields provide the skill and knowledge to make trainings practical and beneficial. All of MOT's training programs including conflict resolution, communication/writing and mediations are interactive, participatory, and custom designed to the needs of an organization.

“The facilitators were absolutely great from day one and throughout the duration of this course,” said James, one of the company's clients. “The encouragement to leave my comfort zone, and actively participate in class was a strong motivating factor for me, which will be beneficial to becoming a successful mediator. This was a great learning environment, the facilitators were outstanding, and the mocks were very necessary and effective.”

Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, said that companies like MOT, that have a strong base from which to develop a successful government contracting business, are better poised to tape into opportunities than companies expecting to learn as they go with the government.

“Government buyers want to work with businesses that know what they're doing, plain and simple,” said Knellinger. “When you bid on a contract, you must demonstrate that you're capable of fulfilling it. That's what a government buyer wants to know, and as long as you demonstrate you can, then you've got a good shot at winning the contract.”

US Federal Contractor Registration helps its clients complete and maintain a System for Award Management (SAM) Registration, access contact information for federal buyers in their industries, develop award– and contract–winning marketing techniques and plans, and also uniquely position themselves for success.