Government Contract Management provides advisory and consulting services for all aspects of the government contract procurement life cycle, from the bidding process to closeout and termination of a contract. Diener & Associates has created efficient and effective procedures for organizations in the following areas:
- Bidding on Government Contracts
- Contract Modification
- Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)
- Government Contract Negotiation
- Government Contract Proposal
- Government Contract Renewal
- Government Contract Termination
Bidding on Government Contracts
Government contract management guides your organization through the process of preparing Invitation for Bids (IFB) to submitting your sealed bids. Our CPAs understand how to identify government contracts that your business is qualified for and assist with implementing a bidding strategy that maximizes your chances of obtaining the contract.
Modifications to government contracts are sometimes necessary due to changing circumstances. However, all alterations to your business practices, amount of work, or changes to your price list must be requested as a modification to your contract. Any changes made post-award without modifying your contract make your organization at fault, which could lead to the termination of your contract. Diener & Associates helps organizations achieve a contract modification and can facilitate the communication between the contractor and the contracting officer to obtain approval for the agreement.
Request for Equitable Adjustment
Your organization may be asked to perform a task as part of the original contract goal that was not previously allocated in the contract. Since the work performed was not in the original contract, funding was not previously assigned. Under the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), agencies are eligible to request equitable adjustment (REA). Diener & Associates will walk your organization through submitting a request for equitable adjustment, as well as filing a claim if the request is denied.
Government Contract Negotiation
Government contract negotiations are exchanges between the government and offerees with the intent of giving the offeror a chance to revise the proposal and are quite different from negotiations in the private sector. Negotiators familiar with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) will be more likely to be granted the contracts. Diener & Associates has extensive knowledge in this area and will manage the government contract negotiation process to secure the contract at a rate agreeable to both your organization and the government.
Government Contract Proposal
A comprehensive understanding of the rules and requirements of the prospective federal agency is critical when crafting a government contract proposal with that agency. Proper understanding of the regulations can be the determining factor between whether your proposal is successful or not. Diener & Associates has extensive experience with preparing requests for proposals (RFPs) as well as what various government agencies, including the DoD and the DoE, require when submitting the proposal.
Government Contract Renewal
The renewal process can be grueling for organizations that are unfamiliar with the process. From sending out the initial option to renew, option to extend, reviewing, and making the necessary clarifications and negotiations, Diener and Associates will walk your organization through the entire renewal process.
Government Contract Termination
Understanding the policies and procedures related to the complete or partial termination of contracts as outlined in the Federal Acquisitions Regulation is crucial. All contractors must understand the difference between termination for default and termination for convenience. The CPAs at Diener & Associates have the experience to guide your organization through the government contract termination process.
Get Assistance with Government Contract Management Today
The outsourced CPAs at Diener & Associates have decades of experience in and understand how to remain compliant with the policies put in place by DCAA and other government agencies. Call us at 703.386.7864 or schedule a consultation online for complete assistance with managing your government contracts. We can answer your questions, address your concerns, and get you started with government contract management today.