Doing business with the federal government can be challenging, and the environment is rapidly changing. After several years of sequestration, spending appears to be on the rise for the DOD (and most importantly, there is certainty in the budget for the next two years after [..Read More..]
Tips on How to Better Budget and Forecast for Government Contractors
Every business needs a detailed budget, but government contractors have some unique challenges they face, such as creating a budget for different types of costs and using this financial data to make bids that are low enough to win a contract and high enough to [..Read More..]
As a Government Contractor, are you able to track these Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?
“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” – Stephen Hawking Whether you’re a small or large business, there are certain critical performance metrics that allow managers and executives to manage and achieve results. And in order to navigate the complex waters of government contracting [..Read More..]
The defense sector returns to growth in 2016 and 2017, after years of sequestration
The President’s original budget for 2016 released in February 2015, provided $612 billion in discretionary funding for national defense (including enduring overseas contingency operations costs) – $26 billion (4.5%) above 2015 spending. And then after the threat of another government shutdown, the Bipartisan Budget Agreement [..Read More..]