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Do You Know What GovCon360 Can Do For You?

Unsure about what costs are allowable or unallowable; wish you could access a downloadable copy of the FAR? Or maybe you forget something from the Cost Accounting Standards Lunch and Learn you attended last month?  We have all that information along with much more located in the Training and Resources section of the GovCon360 website.  […]

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Incurred Cost Audits- Are You Really Prepared?

Every year government contractors are required to provide their incurred costs submissions along with supporting documentation to their cognizant agency for review.  As a contractor, you may be familiar with this process already, but are you aware of the resources we have available to better prepare you for your incurred cost audit this year?  Are […]

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Acknowledging Employees with Incentive Compensation-Is it allowable?

With the holidays quickly approaching, employees may be rewarded with holiday bonuses if the Company has had a profitable year.  According to FAR 31.205-6(f) government contracting employers may reward employees with incentive compensation (bonuses) when measurable parameters have been predefined.  However, government contractors need to be aware of sensitive accounts where there are considerations beyond […]

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U.S. Federal Regulatory Agenda

Ever wondered what’s on the minds of the regulatory folks at the agency where you perform work?  Well now you can find out!    The Regulatory Information Service Center (RISC) gathers and publishes information on Federal regulations by Agency in its annual “Unified Agenda” located at: http://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/eAgendaMain.  The Regulatory Plan, which is published as part of […]

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