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Government Contract Accounting & Compliance News for Small Businesses

Government Contract Change Orders

What happens when you bid a contract and win it, but get into the performance phase and find out that a critical item was severely underbid? This happens far more often than most people realize, and given...

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Government Contract Change Order

ReliAscent Releases our Quick Guide to Government Contract Management

ReliAscent® is proud to announce the release of our latest resource for small business government contractors:

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Government Contract Management Guide

Subcontracting – Flow Down Federal Government Terms and Conditions

When contracting with the federal government, a significant field of responsibility for a government contractor is contracting with vendors, specifically subcontracting with vendors.

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subcontracting flow down terms and conditions for government contractors

Managing the Risks and Performance of Government Contracts and Grants

The administration of federal government awards starts with signing the contract by both parties, or the acceptance of a grant by a grantee. Government Contract Administration is the fulfilling of the...

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Government Contract Management Risks

Contract Negotiations with the Federal Government

Preface: This blog is intended for companies that do not have extensive experience with Federal Government contracting. It is written for contracts.  Grants are not covered, as grant negotiations include...

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Government Contract Negotiations

Introduction to Government Contract Management Part II - The Proposal

The Contract Management and Administration function is critical to the success of any government contractor, both large and small. The Contract Manager (“CM”) is responsible for “the business” aspect of...

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Introduction to Government Contract Management - Part I: The RFP Review

The Contract Management and Administration function is critical to the success of any government contractor, both large and small. The Contract Manager (“CM”) is responsible for “the business” aspect of...

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Government Contract Management

Government Contract Management Expertise is Critical in Unpredictable Times

Many questions can keep government contractors awake at night:   "why am I losing money on this contract," “ will I be able to deliver on time,” or “ what happens if my contract is terminated?

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Government Contract Management