Cybersecurity guidance and requirements for government contractors continue to evolve and will have a big impact on contractor compliance. Defense contractors and civilian contractors are expected to meet the new requirements of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012. It’s important to note that these new requirements apply to all government contractors and suppliers regardless of size. Specifically, it covers Safeguarding Covered Defense Information (CDI), Cyber Incident Reporting and 32 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
Federal contractors face critical challenges in aligning accounting methodologies with the demands of the.
Small businesses are required to set up DCAA-compliant accounting systems if they want to compete for government.
Federal government contracts can be a lucrative and stable source of income for your business. Due to competitive.
A DCAA audit includes a real-time labor evaluation to determine the accuracy of labor charges in regard to.
As a small government contractor you may be stretched for accounting resources, and if this is your first contract,.