Impact of New Lease Accounting Standards for Government Contractors

Do you have a lease? If so, it is important to be aware of the new Lease Accounting Standards for Government Contractors. Lease accounting standards are changing and government contractors need to know how this will affect them.

2022-03-09T16:21:10-05:00March 9, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , |

How the Government Buys Goods and Services: What Government Contractors Need to Know

The federal government is the largest single customer in the world. Continuing with our Basics of Government Contracting Series, in this blog post we discuss how the federal government buys goods and services and what you need to know as a government contractor.

2022-02-24T13:29:40-05:00February 24, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |

Strategies for Government Contractors to Retain Employees in a Post-Covid Environment

Retaining talent in a post-Covid environment can be challenging, but it is important to keep your employees engaged and productive. Here are five tips on how you can successfully retain your talented people when economic uncertainty looms overhead.

2022-02-08T16:15:21-05:00February 8, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , |

Changing Guidance for Federal Contractors Over Vaccine Mandates

An executive order could require federal construction contractors to implement a vaccine mandate on all federal jobs; however, recent court challenges make following the standard tricky, especially from one contract to another.

2022-02-01T14:15:34-05:00February 1, 2022|Categories: Construction and Real Estate, Government Contracting|Tags: , |

Government Contracting Basics: Pros and Cons of Doing Business with the Government

If you're thinking about pursuing government contracts, it's important that you weigh the pros and cons carefully to make an informed decision.

2022-01-26T13:07:48-05:00January 26, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , |

Keep Your Labor Rate Compliant and Competitive!

The standard calculation of a proposed hourly rate for an exempt salary employee encompasses dividing the individual’s salary by the standard 2,080 work hours per year. However, there is a way you can make your hourly rate more competitive and FAR compliant at the same time.

2022-01-11T14:26:09-05:00January 11, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |

Federal Contractors on the Hook for Cybersecurity Readiness

In another demonstration of the federal government’s commitment to cybersecurity, the DOJ released details of its Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative. Here’s how contractors can comply.

2022-09-21T09:05:00-04:00December 7, 2021|Categories: Cybersecurity, Government Contracting|Tags: , |

Top Cyber Risks for the Real Estate Industry

Half of all real estate companies report being unprepared for a cyber attack. Understanding where risk comes from and how to prevent and mitigate data breaches can help companies avoid the costly effects of cybercrimes.

Cybersecurity Risks and Prevention Strategies for the Construction Industry

One in six construction companies fall victim to ransomware every year. They are at high risk for cyberattacks, yet most do not have a cybersecurity strategy. Understanding where risk comes from is a good start; proactively mitigating it takes teamwork.

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