Have Your Cake and Eat It Too:
3 Ways Outsourced Accounting is
Budget-Friendly and Business Savvy

Your company has reached a familiar crossroads in the GovCon industry: You no longer have the capacity or expertise to meet your accounting needs. Perhaps your firm is a startup that’s gotten good early traction in the marketplace. Maybe your leadership is world-class in its area of technical expertise, but ...
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CMMC cybersecurity

3 Ways to Capitalize on CMMC Cybersecurity Delays

There’s a silver lining amidst the coronavirus pandemic for GovCons that do business with the Department of Defense (DoD). The same virus safety measures that have slowed the rollout of DoD’s new unified cybersecurity standard have bought contractors more time to get up to speed on compliance. FAR, NIST and ...
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Reforecasting and Scenario Planning During Times of Change

No business likes uncertainty. Businesses operate best through planning and preparation for the future. But nothing in the future is guaranteed, even during normal times. As the saying goes, the best-laid plans often go awry. It’s important for businesses to consider what they should do if any number of events ...
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joint venture

Joint Venture 101: 12 Ways to Up Your GovCon Game

A joint venture can give your company the winning edge it needs in the competitive government contracting market. Combining resources with one or more firms can help you conquer current GovCon trends that challenge small businesses, including consolidated contracts (even across agencies) and large indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contracts and task orders. It can ...
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SCA compliance complexity

Compliance Complexity: How to Navigate the SCA to Your Best Advantage

The complexities of government contract compliance are a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it’s a challenge to sort out all the requirements that apply to a federal contract, from pre-bid to contract administration. All that effort brings a major benefit, though: Understanding your obligations also allows you to evaluate ...
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Incurred Cost Submissions

Incurred Cost Submissions – The Highlight of Summer Break

For many people, the month of June signifies family celebrations—weddings, graduations, reunions, Father’s Day. Although we don’t know precisely what June festivities will look like this year, there’s an important date your firm can’t let slip—the deadline for your incurred cost submission (ICS). If your cost-type or time and materials ...
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