In the depths of a pandemic and resulting massive economic upheaval across our country and the globe, government contractors and grantees are focused more than ever on simply staying afloat; keeping the lights on and the doors open. Similarly, the accounting departments or outside firms that they rely on are solely focused on the day-to-day bookkeeping and monthly accounting—the bare minimum required to ensure compliance.Read More
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Posted by Tyler Link on Mon, Aug 10, 2020 @ 11:20 AM
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Government Contractor CFO's 101 (Part VII) - Cashflow Management II: Navigating the Government Payment System
Posted by Dave Donley on Wed, Sep 21, 2016 @ 08:50 AM
CFO Cashflow Management - Part II
CFO’s in the government contracting environment will learn it’s no easy feat knowing how and when to get paid. These terms are spelled out in each contract or grant which may include some of the following methods:Read More
Posted by Dave Donley on Thu, Jul 28, 2016 @ 09:00 AM
CFO Risk Management– Part II
In our introduction to risk management, understanding the regulatory environment a firm finds itself in was a critical first step for any CFO. For a deeper understanding on how this affects a business, let’s assume you’re a small business (according to the Small Business Administration) having a prime cost-plus type contract. What are the risks involved that the CFO should be aware of?Read More
Posted by Dave Donley on Wed, Jul 13, 2016 @ 01:37 PM
Indirect Rates - "What's a Good Indirect Rate?"
CFO Forecasting – Part II
In a prior blog in our series on CFO's for Government Contractors, we emphasized the importance the CFO’s role in establishing job cost accounting and developing an indirect rate structure that’s suitable for a particular business. Once the mechanics of an adequate government contract accounting system is established, we’re often asked…Read More
Posted by Dave Donley on Wed, Jun 22, 2016 @ 08:51 AM
Economic forecasting and modeling are CFO responsibilities that take on a vital role in the government contracting environment. CFO’s in this market must understand the sometimes arcane cost allowability rules and operate on margins typically thinner than most commercial enterprises. In this case, a skillful CFO can have a positive influence on profitability.Read More