CAVU

Financial Consulting

Fully staffed with experienced government contracting accounting specialists, ready to support your financial needs.

CAVU provides the expertise and knowledge to leverage your company’s assets in order to meet your organization’s business goals. Our business and financial consulting services include developing strategy, implementing and/or aligning processes and tools with your strategy, and positioning your company to increase business and investor value.

We have the expertise to assist with as little or as much as your business needs. Your specific current needs may include financial strategic support for decision making, along with government contracting advice. It is our objective to deliver high-quality services to support your organization. Our team consists of industry accounting professionals that are capable of helping out with peak accounting needs, supporting focused tasks, and training in areas of interest. We have a deep understanding of government contracting and its current climate.

  • Cost Volume preparation emphasizing indirect rate impact assessments, compliance and alignment with corporate strategy
  • Development and implementation of Earned Value Management (EVM) programs and systems
  • Indirect rate structure development
  • Business plans
  • Development, implementation and tracking of program metrics
  • Incurred cost submissions and DCAA audit support
  • Budget development and business modeling
  • Bank financing support
  • GSA schedule support, contracts and amendments

From the Experts:

3 Ways to Capitalize on CMMC Cybersecurity Delays

June 25, 2020

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. […]

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Reforecasting and Scenario Planning During Times of Change

June 23, 2020

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 affect them. In general, all […]

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Joint Venture 101: 12 Ways to Up Your GovCon Game

May 19, 2020

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 be tricky, however, to comply […]

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

May 5, 2020

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 whether a contract opportunity matches […]

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Incurred Cost Submissions – The Highlight of Summer Break

April 28, 2020

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 (T&M) contract with a federal […]

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How to Build the Budget Your Business Needs to Profit

March 31, 2020

Be passionate about budgeting. We are. And that’s because your budget directly enhances your business’s decision-making power. It’s simple. You can’t exceed your company’s financial goals if you don’t know what they are. And you can’t understand your financial goals if you don’t build a budget. That’s why budgeting needs to be more than a […]

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