You can prepare now!

The first time you log in to SAM.gov after June 29, 2018, you’ll be asked
to create a login.gov user account (assuming you don’t already have one).
Going forward, you will use your login.gov username and password every
time you log in to SAM.gov. Your current SAM.gov username and password will
no longer work.

 Login.gov is a service that offers secure and private online access to
government programs, such as federal benefits, services, and applications.
With a login.gov account, you can sign into multiple government websites
(including SAM.gov) with the same username and password.

If you already have a login.gov account check the email address
associated with it. If your current login.gov account matches the email
address associated with your SAM.gov account, you are ready for the new
login process. Otherwise, you will need to create a new login.gov account
the first time you log in to SAM.gov after June 29, 2018.


What will I need to do AFTER June 29?

Through SAM.gov, create a login.gov account (if you don't already have one). Your old SAM.gov username and password won't work anymore. You'll need to:

·         Create a login.gov account if you don’t have one. You only need to do this once.

·         If you have a login.gov account, check the email address. - If you already have a login.gov account, the associated email address must match the email address associated with your SAM.gov account in order to migrate your roles.  If the email addresses don’t match, you’ll need to create a new login.gov account.

·         If you don’t have a login.gov account, enter an email address. Use the same email address you use for SAM.gov.  If you don’t currently have a SAM.gov account (are a brand new user, for example), you may use any email address you have access to. 

·         Create a new password.

·         Pick how you want to receive security codes. You need a working phone number (mobile or landline) or an authentication app (installed on your mobile or on your computer). Login.gov will use your phone or your authentication app to send you a one-time security code for authentication.

How do I sign into SAM.gov after I create my Login.gov account?

Every time you select “Log In” on SAM.gov, you'll go to the login.gov sign-in page. You need to enter your login.gov email address, password, and the one-time security code that you receive.

 
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You can prepare now!

The first time you log in to SAM.gov after June 29, 2018, you’ll be asked
to create a login.gov user account (assuming you don’t already have one).
Going forward, you will use your login.gov username and password every
time you log in to SAM.gov. Your current SAM.gov username and password will
no longer work.

 Login.gov is a service that offers secure and private online access to
government programs, such as federal benefits, services, and applications.
With a login.gov account, you can sign into multiple government websites
(including SAM.gov) with the same username and password.

If you already have a login.gov account check the email address
associated with it. If your current login.gov account matches the email
address associated with your SAM.gov account, you are ready for the new
login process. Otherwise, you will need to create a new login.gov account
the first time you log in to SAM.gov after June 29, 2018.


What will I need to do AFTER June 29?

Through SAM.gov, create a login.gov account (if you don't already have one). Your old SAM.gov username and password won't work anymore. You'll need to:

·         Create a login.gov account if you don’t have one. You only need to do this once.

·         If you have a login.gov account, check the email address. - If you already have a login.gov account, the associated email address must match the email address associated with your SAM.gov account in order to migrate your roles.  If the email addresses don’t match, you’ll need to create a new login.gov account.

·         If you don’t have a login.gov account, enter an email address. Use the same email address you use for SAM.gov.  If you don’t currently have a SAM.gov account (are a brand new user, for example), you may use any email address you have access to. 

·         Create a new password.

·         Pick how you want to receive security codes. You need a working phone number (mobile or landline) or an authentication app (installed on your mobile or on your computer). Login.gov will use your phone or your authentication app to send you a one-time security code for authentication.

How do I sign into SAM.gov after I create my Login.gov account?

Every time you select “Log In” on SAM.gov, you'll go to the login.gov sign-in page. You need to enter your login.gov email address, password, and the one-time security code that you receive.

 
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INFORMATION



Disaster Contractors


Network Portal
Connecting property owners and building professionals with storm related goods and services

DCNonline.org

____________________________________________

Prime contractor for FEMA HERE



FEMA INFO


How to do business with FEMA
__________________________________


Florida Association of Counties
http://www.fl-counties.com/hurricane-michael

Hurricane Debris Removal
Subcontract opportunities

BID BOARDS
Vendor Inquiries -
Hurricane Michael Recovery
Vendors who are interested in providing support to the City of Panama City following Hurricane Michael can contact Planning Director Mike Lane by email: mlane@pcgov.org.


Open Bids
www.pcgov.org/bids.aspx





MISC INFO 

We are posting up-to-the-minute information on our public site and the internal disaster blog. 
External: http://floridasbdc.org/services/business-continuation/disaster/

    The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has made the Disaster Reemployment Assistance program available for Florida businesses and residents whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a result of Hurricane Michael. To file a DUA claim go tohttp:// www.FloridaJobs.org or call 1-800-385-3920. Customer service representatives are available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time to assist claimants.
    Disaster cleanup and other related job openings are now available for businesses to post job openings and for individuals to find job opportunities. https://disasterrecovery.employflorida.com/vosnet/Default.aspx
    VISIT Florida has activated the Expedia/VISIT Florida Hotel Accommodation Web Portal to support evacuation orders.  https://www.expedia.com/florida

    Airbnb Open Homes is now active in Alabama, Florida and Georgia in response to Hurricane Michael.   https://www.airbnb.com/welcome/evacuees/hurricanemichael

 
Florida's

Please feel free to use and share.

On our public website at Business Continuation / Disaster Recovery at "Additional Resources"  (See link below), there is also a link to the APTAC site with similar information and to find your local PTAC.

PTAC Auto Bid Service

Scanning over 2,400 web sites daily to bring to your business all the government (Fedeal, State and Local) that your company is qualified to bid on......More here




 OTHER BID SERVICES




 Important Notice

There are numerous for-profit companies that may contact you to offer you services on doing business with government agencies.

Some of these companies use
misleading , marketing and
approaches that make them appear to be
official government agencies. Their
messaging often contains language such as “
if you don’t act and reply back you may miss out on government opportunities

. In some cases, they try to lead you to think that a registration is expiring or incomplete, which may impact your ability to do business with government.

Their objective is to get you to contact them so they can promote their services to you for a cost.

These services are provided by at no cost by PTACs around the country at no cost to you. You can locate you local PTAC at the link below.
http://www.aptac-us.org

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The place to go for bid opportunities over $25,000.  To read the manual please go here
Want to do business with the State of Florida?
 
Start here and call your local PTAC.  BidNet's statewide system, the Florida Purchasing Group (http://www.floridabidsystem.com) provides a resourceful online platform for local Florida government agencies.

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UPDATES AND

INFORMATION



Disaster Contractors


Network Portal
Connecting property owners and building professionals with storm related goods and services

DCNonline.org

____________________________________________

Prime contractor for FEMA HERE



FEMA INFO


How to do business with FEMA
__________________________________


Florida Association of Counties
http://www.fl-counties.com/hurricane-michael

Hurricane Debris Removal
Subcontract opportunities

BID BOARDS
Vendor Inquiries -
Hurricane Michael Recovery
Vendors who are interested in providing support to the City of Panama City following Hurricane Michael can contact Planning Director Mike Lane by email: mlane@pcgov.org.


Open Bids
www.pcgov.org/bids.aspx





MISC INFO 

We are posting up-to-the-minute information on our public site and the internal disaster blog. 
External: http://floridasbdc.org/services/business-continuation/disaster/

    The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has made the Disaster Reemployment Assistance program available for Florida businesses and residents whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a result of Hurricane Michael. To file a DUA claim go tohttp:// www.FloridaJobs.org or call 1-800-385-3920. Customer service representatives are available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time to assist claimants.
    Disaster cleanup and other related job openings are now available for businesses to post job openings and for individuals to find job opportunities. https://disasterrecovery.employflorida.com/vosnet/Default.aspx
    VISIT Florida has activated the Expedia/VISIT Florida Hotel Accommodation Web Portal to support evacuation orders.  https://www.expedia.com/florida

    Airbnb Open Homes is now active in Alabama, Florida and Georgia in response to Hurricane Michael.   https://www.airbnb.com/welcome/evacuees/hurricanemichael

 
Florida's

Please feel free to use and share.

On our public website at Business Continuation / Disaster Recovery at "Additional Resources"  (See link below), there is also a link to the APTAC site with similar information and to find your local PTAC.

PTAC Auto Bid Service

Scanning over 2,400 web sites daily to bring to your business all the government (Fedeal, State and Local) that your company is qualified to bid on......More here




 OTHER BID SERVICES




 Important Notice

There are numerous for-profit companies that may contact you to offer you services on doing business with government agencies.

Some of these companies use
misleading , marketing and
approaches that make them appear to be
official government agencies. Their
messaging often contains language such as “
if you don’t act and reply back you may miss out on government opportunities

. In some cases, they try to lead you to think that a registration is expiring or incomplete, which may impact your ability to do business with government.

Their objective is to get you to contact them so they can promote their services to you for a cost.

These services are provided by at no cost by PTACs around the country at no cost to you. You can locate you local PTAC at the link below.
http://www.aptac-us.org