Requests for Equitable Adjustment (REA)
What Can CB&H’s Government Contractor Services Group Do For Your Business in 2010?
The previous decade was a tough one for all businesses, including contractors and subcontractors to the federal government. Unfortunately, successfully delivering innovative, world-class solutions for federal customers did not, and does not protect government contractors from being pilloried as under delivering for the soldiers and taxpayers we serve. Historic levels of incoherence, with regard to requirements definition and regulatory consistency, have significantly increased the cost of operating as a compliant contractor. Today, it is essential that government contractors have access to best-in-class professional advice from experts possessed of the training and experience necessary to provide value-added and comprehensive regulatory compliance. Read More.
The Changing Defense Contracting Landscape
Defense Secretary Gates has issued his 2010 budget proposal and, while Gates and Congress may not see eye to eye on where taxpayer money should be spent, one thing is sure – there will be changes in DOD priorities. Programs will be cut back or eliminated altogether. What you had been counting on for the future growth of your company may no longer exist. Whether your contracts are fixed-price, cost reimbursement, time and material or labor hour, you should become familiar with the various changes and termination clauses contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and your contracts. These clauses. Read More.