Those of us in government contracting certainly know plenty of federal officials who can be a challenge to work with. We also know, though, people who decided to enter federal service for which the country should pray in thanksgiving everyday. May is Federal Appreciation Month. Make sure you say “thank you” to the feds who do their best to make sure their agency, and country, missions are met all the time.
Like the old Saturday Night Live “Land Shark” bit, a federal visit may at first seem innocuous, but can end up with an official figuratively sinking their teeth into you. Don’t open your door if you’re not sure who’s on the other side. Contractors must be prepared for contractor visits, audits, and investigations before they happen. Allen Federal can review your contract management and compliance programs, make recommended changes, train your staff and, if a need for outside counsel is detected, we can recommend experienced and qualified legal help. Be prepared. Contact Allen Federal today for your own customized review. You’ll be ready in case someone allegedly offering a “candy gram” is really the dreaded Land Shark. E-mail us today at firstname.lastname@example.org so you don’t become shark bait.
GSA wants to add the collection, formatting, and transmittal of transactional data to the list of requirements Schedule contractors must abide by in order to do business. Contractor time, expense, and potential audit liability will all increase. While GSA hopes to use this data to create Read more
Do your prices for the same or similar items differ from your Schedule competitors? Now is the time to tell GSA why. As most Schedule contractors know, GSA has been obsessed with price differentiation among the same or similar items on the Schedules program for the past two Read more
Though slow, the federal workforce is transitioning to younger workers. How they view federal service, technology, and their agency mission will definitely change how you do business. Use of technology in ways that anyone over 40 may never have imagined is a given. Beyond the Read more