A total of 92 M&A transactions were announced in the defense technology and government services market in 2016, which was slightly below the 107 transactions completed in 2015, but in-line with 2013 and 2014 levels. M&A in 2016 witnessed a “normalization effect” after the flurry of activity that occurred in 2015. Contractors have started to […]
No matter if you are a small, medium or a large business, by now you’ve heard the most important reportable item on your financial statement is about to change. What you should be asking yourself however is: are you ready for it? In September 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) warned companies that many […]
Avoid this common misunderstanding. U.S. corporate leaders may assume that their U.S. federal Form 1120 corporate income tax return does not need to be filed on time if the company has a loss for the year. If the U.S. corporation owns an interest in a foreign subsidiary corporation, this misunderstanding can cost a U.S. corporation with […]
At last, with RegInfo Mobile, you can have information about upcoming federal regulations and forms at your fingertips. The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the General Services Administration (GSA) partnered to bring you a mobile version of Reginfo.gov, an online look into agency rulemakings that are on the books, planned, or […]
The General Services Administration (GSA) announced on GSA Interact on January 20, 2017 that it is proposing to redefine Special Item Number (SIN) 520-20 on the Professional Services Schedule (PSS) as its official Data Breach Response and Identity Protection Services (IPS) SIN. This will also mean minor modification to the existing language of SINs 520-16 […]
Reassess Your Size Status, Update Your DSBS and SAM Listings, Check Your Past Performance Ratings, and Update Your Employment Policies, Handbooks and Postings The start of a new year is a time for New Year’s Resolutions. Here are several we strongly urge you to follow-through on early in 2017.