Do you have a Unique Entity ID (UEI)?

The Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) is a system used by the United States government, specifically managed by the General Services Administration (GSA). As of April 2022, the UEI replaced the DUNS number as the primary means of entity identification for federal awards and contracting. Here are its primary uses: 

Entity Identification: The UEI uniquely identifies entities (companies, organizations, etc.) that do business with the federal government. This includes entities applying for federal contracts, grants, or any financial transactions with the government. 

Transparency and Efficiency: By providing a unique identifier for each entity, the UEI system aims to enhance the transparency of federal spending and improve the efficiency of the procurement and award processes. Fraud Prevention: The system helps prevent fraud by ensuring that financial transactions and contracts are awarded to legitimate entities.

Our UEI is SL69L76A3893.