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It’s June – Are You Done With Your ICE?

Posted by Tyler Link on Mon, Jun 06, 2016 @ 03:10 PM

We would like to remind all Federal Government Contractors that if you had a cost reimbursable type contract in 2015, and your FY ends on December 31st, you are facing a critical deadline in less than 4 weeks:  Your Incurred Cost Proposal/Submission (ICE) is Due No Later Than June 30th   (per FAR 52.216-7). 

The average ICE submission can take as long as 4 weeks, and if you have ever done this by yourself, you probably remember how difficult and time consuming this process was.  It is time to get started on your ICE NOW!  The DCAA Compliance and Government Accounting Experts at ReliAscent have done thousands of Incurred Cost Reports over the last 20+ years, and we are here to alleviate the stress and get you through this process.

If you haven’t started your ICE yet, or are having trouble sorting through the maze of complex schedules and requirements, you need to start as soon as possible.  

To get started today, please contact us right away! Our experts are ready to help, but time is running out...

Topics: ICE, Incurred Cost Submission, incurred cost audit, incurred cost proposal, ICE submission