WAKEFIELD, Mass., Aug. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Unemployment Services Corporation (USC) announced plans today to apply for a GSA Schedule and actively pursue federal contracts. Federal officials appreciate GSA Schedules as a means of procuring goods and services, knowing that companies on these schedules have been thoroughly vetted by the General Services Administration (GSA). Unemployment Services Corporation plans on expanding their unemployment claims and tax management services to federal agencies.
"As a Veteran Owned Small Business, the opportunity to service government accounts opens up significantly more markets throughout the region," states Michael Flanagan, President at Unemployment Services Corporation. He continues, "Getting our company on a GSA Schedule will expand our reach beyond the federal government to state and county agencies as they will be able to outsource their unemployment administrative roles at set government pricing."
Mr. Flanagan adds, "Dealing with State unemployment agencies is time consuming and costly with endless changes in laws and policies; we handle the interaction between the state agency and the employer and advise employers on changes and the impact to their costs that they can expect – and by reviewing a client's monthly unemployment statement, USC can help a company reduce the amount of benefits paid in error helping employers potentially realizing significant savings annually.
Unemployment Services Corporation also contracts with numerous Governmental Agencies (cities, towns and municipalities). As these agencies do not pay the Unemployment tax, (they just pay a monthly bill directly to the state unemployment agency), USC ensures that the correct amounts are billed and paid and identify and rectify overpayments quickly. Public agencies make payments directly from operating accounts and overpayments and under-budgeting can wreak havoc with operational budgets.
About Unemployment Services Corporation:
Founded in 1976, Unemployment Services Corporation (USC) is a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) serving companies throughout the United States. At USC, their greatest strength is their molecular-level knowledge of state-by-state unemployment claims laws and processes. Their understanding of specific laws and industries gives them the confidence to manage numerous unemployment and employment verification services. Along with governmental agencies, USC services industries including automotive, bio-tech & research, construction, education, financial services, healthcare (including hospitals & nurse associations), manufacturing, supermarkets, and retail distribution. Visit www.uscorp.com for more information.
Contact for Unemployment Services Corporation: Michael Flanagan, President at (781) 246-0262
SOURCE Unemployment Services Corporation