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“Snatching Success From The Jaws of (Apparent) Defeat” - ReliAscent Featured Partner Blog (Part V)

Posted by Rich Busch on Tue, Mar 06, 2018 @ 10:43 AM

The following blog is the fifth in a series of special guest and ReliAscent partner blogs, contributed by Richard Busch of the Busch Law Firm, and Mike Anderson, of ReliAscent.  This series covers important topics ranging from an introduction to government contracting, to requests for equitable adjustments, risk management, contract change orders, and scope creep.  Additionally, our series will cover government financial assistance efforts, and how defense contractors--both small and large business (along with subcontractors)--can increase profits, improve their ability to strategically plan for the future and remain profitable.

By combining DCAA compliance and accounting expertise with defense contracting and FAR compliance legal representation and consultation, ReliAscent and Busch Law can help position contractors for financial success…

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Topics: contract change orders, Colorado Defense Contractors, scope creep, How to stay profitable with defense contracts, Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)


“Requests for Equitable Adjustment – Essential in Government Contracting”

Posted by Rich Busch on Thu, Jan 25, 2018 @ 09:00 AM

The following blog is the fourth in a series of special guest and ReliAscent partner blogs, contributed by Richard Busch of the Busch Law Firm, and Mike Anderson, of ReliAscent.  This series covers important topics ranging from an introduction to government contracting, to requests for equitable adjustments, risk management, contract change orders, and scope creep.  Additionally, our series will cover government financial assistance efforts, and how defense contractors--both small and large business (along with subcontractors)--can increase profits, improve their ability to strategically plan for the future and remain profitable.

By combining DCAA compliance and accounting expertise with defense contracting and FAR compliance legal representation and consultation, ReliAscent and Busch Law can help position contractors for financial success…

Read the Full Blog Here

Topics: contract change orders, Colorado Defense Contractors, scope creep, How to stay profitable with defense contracts, Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)


“What Happened To My Profit?” - ReliAscent Featured Partner Blog (Part III)

Posted by Rich Busch on Wed, Jan 10, 2018 @ 09:36 AM

The following blog is the third in a series of special guest and ReliAscent partner blogs, contributed by Richard Busch of the Busch Law Firm, and Mike Anderson, of ReliAscent.  This series covers important topics ranging from an introduction to government contracting, to requests for equitable adjustments, risk management, contract change orders, and scope creep.  Additionally, our series will cover government financial assistance efforts, and how defense contractors--both small and large business (along with subcontractors)--can increase profits, improve their ability to strategically plan for the future and remain profitable.

By combining DCAA compliance and accounting expertise with defense contracting and FAR compliance legal representation and consultation, ReliAscent and Busch Law can help position contractors for financial success…

Read the Full Blog Here

Topics: contract change orders, Colorado Defense Contractors, scope creep, How to stay profitable with defense contracts, Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)


Do You Know When To Change a Contract? Or How?

Posted by Tyler Link on Fri, Apr 14, 2017 @ 09:30 AM

Sometimes, we find that our clients (and government contractors in general), can get so focused on their direct work that contract management/administration is an afterthought.  We also see this in relation to accounting & DCAA compliance (but that is a different, yet related, topic).  When contractors overlook how they manage their contract(s), they are setting themselves up for potential problems including scope creep or changes in the market place that can completely wipe out their profits. 

To see if you are at risk of this same problem, ask yourself if the following sounds familiar:

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Topics: contract management, dcma compliance, contract change orders