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Walk in tubs company, such as Comfort Walk in Tubs, needs a Central Contractor Registration or CCR in order to bid and received payment from the United States government. According to the Federal Acquisition Regulation Policy also known as FAR 4.1102 of October 1, 2003, prospective contractors is required to register in the CCR database before any grant or contract is to be awarded. Comfort Walk in Tubs enrolled in the Central Contractor Registration and was accepted.
Bob Zetz, the Chief Finance Officer of Comfort Walk in Tubs, announces “that with the Central Contractor Registration or CCR, the company can now provide sales and installation of walk in bathtubs or wheelchair accessible tubs to veterans eligible in the Department of Veterans Affairs’ three home renovation grants. The grants Zetz refers to are; the Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA), Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) and the Special Home Adaptation (SHA) grants. Mel Newman, the Senior Sales Executive of Comfort Walk in Tubs ecstatically stated, “that with these grants available to the veterans provided by the government and with our company’s dedication in servicing the needs of our seniors and disabled veterans, Comfort Walk in Tubs will be in a better position to improve the quality of life of our veterans with the use of walk in tubs.”
The CCR of Comfort Walk in Tubs can be publicly viewed by visiting sam.gov and typing the DUNS number 061270157 or the name of the company, “Comfort Walkin Tubs Direct”. The registration of Comfort Walk in Tubs is currently active and will expire on June 27, 2013.
About HISA Grant
The HISA program is a Department of Veterans Affairs grants which provide assistance for veterans for any home improvement necessary for the continuation of treatment or for disability access to the home and essential lavatory and sanitary facilities. A HISA grant is available to veterans who have received a medical determination indicating that improvements and structural alterations are necessary or appropriate for the effective and economical treatment of their disability. A veteran may receive both a HISA grant and either a SHA or SAH grant. The HISA program is available for both service-connected veterans and non service-connected veterans.
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