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When you decide that you need expert help in Government Contracting, what do you look for in a partner? Do you want someone with experience running a small business like yours? Does the depth and breadth of experience really matter? Are there other factors besides just having your accounting system comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulations?Read More
ReliAscent is proud to announce the release of our latest white paper, written by ReliAscent Co-owner, and industry recognized government contract expert, Russ Farmer. This white paper is the first in a 6-part series that focuses on Federal Government Contract Management, and how the important role of a Government Contract Manager (CM), helps a business to stay profitable, efficient, avoid risk, and even avoid legal trouble with the Federal Government.Read More
One of the most thrilling parts of being a small business government contractor, is being awarded a contract. You’ve poured your time, money, and possibly even a large portion of your professional life to get to this point, so what is the most natural reaction of a contractor or grantee when they receive an award/contract?Read More
In the world of federal government contracting, there are several main types of contracting vehicles used. As a result, there are several different ways for the private business to make money contracting with the government. Conversely, there are many ways in which the contractor must be aware of issues that might cause the contractor to lose money. While it is not the government's intent that the contractor lose money, it behooves the contractor to be aware of certain risks before hand in order to control their destiny. Now I don't mean that the contractor should take advantage of the government, that is not ethical or proper and not my point here. I'm merely suggesting that if the contractor is not diligent and aware of the environment they are in and how it differs from the commercial world, they could suffer a loss very easily on a government contract.
Topics: government contract management