Category: Government Contracting

  • by Kevin Brager
  • onNovember 21, 2020
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Four Signs Your Government Contracting Business has Outgrown QuickBooks

QuickBooks is the most widely used accounting software for small businesses, and for good reason. QuickBooks is easy and efficient to use, it gets constant upgrades and patches to improve functionality, and can be a very powerful tool if used properly. However, if you are a government contractor focused on growth, you will likely reach […]

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  • by Kevin Brager
  • onNovember 2, 2020
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Passing your Pre-Award Survey – Segregating Direct & Indirect Costs

Over the past few years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of solicitations requiring a contractor to have an “approved accounting system”. A recent example is the draft Request-For-Proposal for the CIO-SP4 Contract, which requires contractors to maintain an adequate accounting system. We have also seen more and more large prime contractors […]

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The End of Deltek GCS Premier

As most Deltek GCS Premier users already know, Deltek has begun to discontinue support for their widely-used legacy product that has become synonymous with government contractor accounting. While some companies have already established transition plans and determined which accounting solution to implement, countless companies remain on GCS Premier and will need to decide in the […]

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SBA’s Women-Owned Small Business Program

While it may not have made headlines, when the NDAA was passed in December 2014 it included a provision in the bill which allows women-owned small businesses (WOSBs) to be awarded sole-source contracts. Many would consider the progress in contracting with WOSBs to be disappointing in the few years since the bill passed. But the […]

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