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Deltek Insight 2015 is just a month away!

Deltek Insight 2015 is November 3rd-6th at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN. CohnReznick and WJ Technologies hope you can join us for this opportunity to: Learn CohnReznick and WJ Technologies are offering ten in-depth classes to include Tips & Tricks: Top 20 Most Asked Questions on Accounting and Job Costing, […]

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New Presentation Available: The Christian Doctrine

This presentation discusses an interesting topic that is unique to Government contracting. In G.L. Christian and Associates vs. United States (1963), the court held that standard contract clauses established by regulations may be considered as being in every Federal contract. Because the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is the law, and Government contractors are presumed to […]

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An Exceptional GovCon Training Experience

Are you a new or emerging Government contractor and new to Government Contract accounting? Let us help take you to the next level. WJ Technologies L.L.C. (WiJiT) has formed solid relationships with both the Virginia Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) and the Maryland PTAP. These organizations (PTAPs) were formed to assist small businesses in participating […]

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Recent legislative changes are benefiting a wide range of U.S. businesses including government contractors. Are you taking advantage?

For companies involved in design and construction, engineering, government contracting, software development, and other eligible services, lucrative tax incentives could be available as a result of regulatory changes governing the tax code. If your business is engaged in green building, innovative construction or design, domestic work, or if your company invests in even simple improvements […]

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Afghan Taxes: To Pay or Not to Pay?

In recent years, there has been considerable uncertainty regarding whether or not government contractors operating in Afghanistan are required to pay income or business taxes to the local authorities. The U.S. government has adopted the stance that taxpayer funded assistance in the efforts of reconstructing Afghanistan should not be subject to local taxation, leading many […]

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Information for Budding Contractors

If you are new to government contracting or want to understand the federal procurement process, the Information for Contractors Manual is a great place to start your info search.  Developed by the DCAA, it provides an overview of the required rules and regulations, including: • What to expect when doing business with the federal government;• Some of […]

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M&A Due Dilligence

Due diligence is generally defined as the care that a reasonable party would take before entering into an agreement with another party. A first step that a reasonable party would likely take when planning due diligence associated with a merger or acquisition (M&A) would be to identify qualified resources to perform the due diligence. This […]

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