Gov contractors working for defense-based contractors may have heard of the DCAA ICE model. Learn what it is and how it helps with incurred cost submissions
Diener reviews how to maintain DCAA compliant time tracking to win awards and avoid failure to receive future awards.
Government contractors working on defense-based contracts must use DCAA compliant accounting systems. Learn how to verify your systems are DCAA compliant.
Using approved accounting software is a strict requirement imposed on government contractors by the DCAA. Learn what type of software they require.
An IFP and RFP are two methods of submitting proposals for government contractors. Discover the differences between IFBs vs RFPs and which to consider.
While smaller government contractors may find it more difficult to procure contracts, the process is made simple with the right help. Find out how.
When looking for a firm to help with the procurement of government contracts, there are eight essential questions to consider. Discover what these are.
A government contract consultant can simplify the procurement process for aspiring and existing government contractors. Learn how they can assist.
To succeed in the procurement of contracts, government contractors should consider working with a government contract consultant. Learn how they can help.