Most small business contractors know that growth past a certain point can adversely impact their ability to win new work from the Government. And this understanding is correct, as far as it goes. But, as the recent decision in Research and Development Solutions, Inc., B-410581; B-410581.2 (January 14, 2015), makes clear, it is important not […]
The proposed DFARS rule 2012-D042, released in July 2014, attempted to address DCAA workload challenges in keeping up with the review of contractor business systems. The rule proposed to: “entrust contractors with the capability to demonstrate compliance with DFARS system criteria for contractors’ accounting systems, estimating systems, and material management and accounting systems, based on […]
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The Defense Contract Audit Agency received somewhat of a cheerless review from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on use of contractors’ internal audit reports. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2013 mandated certain requirements on internal audit request guidance for the DCAA. After implementation of these requirements, the GAO was required to […]
Acquisition positions Aronson as the Leading GSA Schedule Consulting Practice in the Nation Aronson LLC, a nationally ranked top 100 accounting and consulting firm today announced that it has acquired the GSA Schedule consulting business of Deltek’s Washington Management Group (WMG). This acquisition positions Aronson as the leading full service GSA Schedule consulting practice in […]
In this video, we go through the Deltek GCS Premier service center module, examples of usage, how to add accounts to existing service centers, processing and posting service center costs, and then reviewing to ensure costs were posted correctly and no unallocated costs remain.
With the appropriations bill providing a degree of visibility into the government fiscal year (“GFY”) 2015, the Tier-1 contractors reported solid results in Q4 while providing a cautionary outlook for fiscal year 2015. On numerous conference calls, corporate executives expressed concern over continued sequestration but were relatively optimistic with the growth prospects of their business, […]