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Get Your Business Ready for DC Paid Family Leave

Starting July 1, 2019, the District of Columbia will collect taxes from all private sector employers, located in the District, to fund the Paid Family Leave benefit. Learn more about what you need to know as an employer.

Contractors Should Think of Cybersecurity as a Team Sport

Doing business with the U.S. government is about to get tougher as federal requirements for cybersecurity become stricter. For federal contractors, the message is clear: Cybersecurity is here to stay and will only become more critical if you want to work with government agencies.

Renewed Focus on Contractor Business System Reviews

According to a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) report, the Defense Contract Audit Agency (“DCAA”) and the Defense Contract Management Agency (“DCMA”) have taken certain steps to improve the contractor business system (“CBS”) review process.

The Difference Between Contract Administration and Contract Management

Many people use the terms "contract administrator" and "contract manager" interchangeably. However, they are very different. Click through for an examination of their separate roles and why it's essential you delineate these roles at your company.

Small Business Federal Government Contract Negotiation

Unlike commercial business, the vast majority of federal government contracts are subject to negotiation. Even in competitive procurements, the government may award a contract based on best value (a combination of technical, cost and other factors) not necessarily to the lowest price bidder.

VA Vendors: It’s Time for a Compliance Checkup

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) acquisitions are about to get a lot more attention – from the VA Office of Inspector General (OIG), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and possibly Congress, as well. GAO identified seven reasons for its “high risk” assessment of VA Acquisition Management.

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