Successful government contracting firms understand that compliance with an extensive regulatory framework is absolutely critical.
One of the most important, and therefore one of the most regulated areas of compliance is the design, implementation, and maintenance of an indirect rate structure. It is also important to design an indirect rate structure that results in a competitive advantage when submitting proposals. The indirect rate structure should ensure that all indirect costs are allocated in a manner that is consistent with their benefit, without being too complex and/or administratively burdensome.
This overview featuring Bill Walter, Managing Director at DHG, and Mike Mardesich, Senior Manager at DHG, will provide some insightful tips to help navigate the compliance challenges associated with indirect rates.