Government Contract Financing

For more than two decades, Federal National has provided government contract financing to small business clients. Trusted by many small businesses in the government contracting community, along with prominent accounting and law firms, banks and referring sources, we have become their resource for government contract financing and information.

The federal government contracting environment is as different for invoice factoring companies and asset based lenders as it is for the contractors themselves. We’re experienced and knowledgeable in government regulations, compliance requirements and the rigors of government contracting. Federal National understands the culture, payment practices, unique terms and language, as well as the additional processing required for government contracting. Our strong balance sheet and institutional borrowing capacity allows us to offer efficient processing and competitive pricing.

Who Federal National Serves Best: 

  • Businesses that are growing rapidly, just starting up, capital constrained, short on the fixed assets banks prefer or suffering temporary financial adversity
  • Facilities as small as $50,000 and as large as $6,000,000
  • Clients’ customers are businesses or government entities that are strong credits
  • We serve many industries, including:
    • Business to Business or Business to Government
    • Staffing or staffing related businesses
    • Hi-Tech or IT services
    • Medical services
    • Value-added resellers
    • Simple services
    • Manufacturing

Invoice Factoring

Joe Sillay and Kwesi Rogers share thoughts about the tremendous pool of government contractor services within the Washington DC metro area that help small businesses nationwide. Watch the video

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Federal National Financing Solutions

Asset Based Lending
Lending on accounts receivable and modest amounts of inventory and/or equipment
Invoice Factoring
Working capital lines based upon accounts receivable  
Payroll Funding
Staffing factoring lines based upon accounts receivable to provide working capital
Earned Unbilled Financing
Mid-cycle funding to help with payroll and vendor obligations 
Vendor Payment Assistance
Negotiated agreements to obtain relaxed payment terms from key vendors 
Financing Letters of Intent
Letters to prospects confirming Federal National financial support