Learn how small government suppliers can meet the looming CMMC Level 1 compliance challenge.
Government contractors should be prepared to comply with new regulations after two executive orders early in the Biden administration.
On January 15, 2021, the Office of Management and Budget issued a memorandum (M-21-11) to the heads of all executive departments and agencies entitled “Increasing Attention on Federal Contract Type Decisions”.
Learn how CARES Act relief can affect current and future awards and timing considerations for government contractors.
The DoD has updated its DFARS rules from the existing clause to three new clauses to allow enforcement of CMMC for DoD contracts.
The Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Cost Accounting Standards require consistency in estimating, accumulating and reporting costs. In other words, the way you price your contracts must be consistent with the way you account for and report them. There are two things you can do to help ensure compliance.
The term ‘kickback’ is defined by Public Law 99-634 as any money, fee, commission, credit, gift, gratuity, thing of value, or compensation of any kind which is provided directly or indirectly, to any prime contractor...
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues with no real end in sight the performance of traditional on-site audits by DCAA becomes a significant safety issue.
The recent cancellation of the General Services Administration (GSA) $15Billion Alliant 2 Small Business (A2SB) contract highlights the need for small government contractors to have a properly evaluated cost accounting system.
The government is increasingly placing emphasis on compliance with the False Claims Act (FCA) and the Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA) currently known as the Truthful Cost or Pricing Act.