Developing future leaders and mapping out a succession plan in advance is one of the best ways to mitigate the risk of losing key personnel and prepare for the future needs and growth of an organization. This video offers tips and best practices for creating and implementing a succession plan for your nonprofit.
The DOJ's Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative will target government contractors and grant recipients' security procedures in order to limit future cybersecurity problems. In this article, we review what you should know about the new civil cyber-fraud initiative, what might lead to infractions, and how to avoid hefty fines.
In our 2022 construction industry outlook, we explore what's ahead for contractors in the areas of growth opportunities, labor and materials.
Investment Policy Statements dictate how a nonprofit’s investment program operates. How is performance measured? Learning how to benchmark and measure success and organize the investment committee helps to ensure investment committee members satisfy their fiduciary duties.
Business issues and challenges for restaurants range from maintaining agile business operations to addressing a tight labor market.
Although not a permanent solution, ARPA includes important relief for eligible multiemployer pension plans and provides plan sponsors with an opportunity to return to a state of solvency that may not have been possible otherwise.
With the potential redirected push for cost-type contracting over fixed-price contracting, there are new compliance issues for government contractors.
Commercial real estate is usually known as a hedge against inflation. Is that still the case? There are many variables to consider and investors need to look at the whole picture.
Every not-for-profit manages funds, but not every organization has an established and well-documented Investment Policy Statement. Learn how the investment committee can review the IPS and safeguard against unnecessary investment risk.
The SF1408, Preaward Survey of Prospective Contractor (Accounting System) details some sixteen specific requirements a potential contractor must meet for their accounting system to be considered adequate. To make compliance more understandable and attainable, we've compiled the following five capabilities contractors should implement and document in written policies and procedures.