The Entity Administrators role has had a change recently due to a change in SAM.gov’s policy. This change in SAM.gov’s policy has been implemented to ensure greater security and transparency in the registration process. By limiting the Entity Administrator role to employees, officers or board members of an organization, SAM.gov hopes to reduce the risk of unauthorized access to sensitive information.
As a result of this change, many organizations that previously relied on third-party Entity Administrators to manage their SAM.gov registration have had to make adjustments. At SSC, we have been working closely with our clients to ensure a smooth transition. We understand that the short notice period for the change may have caused some confusion and inconvenience for our clients, and we have been doing our best to assist them in obtaining the necessary access.
If you are the owner of an entity and need to obtain the Entity Administrator role in SAM.gov, we encourage you to follow the directions provided in the link to our PDF brochure here. We understand that the process can be complex and time-consuming, which is why we are offering our assistance to anyone who needs it. Our team is well-versed in SAM.gov’s policies and procedures and can help you navigate the registration process with ease.
At SSC, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service and support. We understand that changes like this can be disruptive, but we are confident that by working together, we can overcome any challenges that arise. If you have any questions or concerns about the SAM.gov registration process or need assistance with obtaining your access, please do not hesitate to reach out to Rosemarie at Rosemarie@SSC2530.com.