With the recent implementation of new business ethics, compliance program, and mandatory disclosure requirements, government contractors now face the daunting task of managing these efforts while maintaining their focus on organization operations.

Moreover, the growing pressure for increased Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and inspector general oversight means that contractors must act immediately to ensure compliance and avoid the repercussions of an unfavorable government audit or Department of Justice (DOJ) referral.

We offer a robust array of services to help contractors proactively address compliance and minimize risk, including:

  • Broad and special purpose government contract compliance risk assessments, program assessment, development, and implementation
  • Contract management assessments and best practices
  • Outsourced or co-sourced internal audit services
  • Federal acquisition regulation compliance
Assessing the President’s Year of Action: What Contractors Need to Know

Assessing the President’s Year of Action: What Contractors Need to Know

As the executive orders and related regulations issued by the Department of Labor begin to take effect, contractors and subcontractors find themselves subject to a wide range of new regulations. Combat compliance issues by downloading, “Assessing the President’s Year of Action: What Contractors Need to Know.” The article, published in the March 2015 issue of Professional Services Council’s (PSC) Service Contractor magazine, provides an overview of the orders, penalties for noncompliance, tips on becoming and remaining compliant.

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