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Given the rapid and unanticipated impact of Coronavirus/COVID-19, there are questions from many industry observers whether the CMMC Schedule can now be accomplished.
If you are a government contractor with an award looming that has cost type work, your first encounter with DCAA will most likely be the SF1408.
A description of the history and basics of each contract type, as well as obligations and the risks for each category. Also discussed are the different features of each contract and some of the newer hybrid contracts emerging in the industry.
Government Contractors will soon have to prove to a third-party auditor that they meet new elevated cybersecurity standards to be considered for contracts.
With the announcement of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), how the NIST 800-171 standard applies to your company.
Recent initiatives adopted by the U.S. Small Business Administration to act on 2018 legislation are expected to open the door for more small businesses to vie for federal government contracts.
The ability to generate positive cash flow is important for a government contractor to create value and for so many small businesses, lack of cash can result in failure.
For a project-based business like yours, the opportunity pipeline the visualization and/or measurement of contracts or projects that you will attempt to win over time.