Avoid Unnecessary Audits of Your Government Contract Termination for Convenience Settlement Proposal:  How to Make the Most of the New $750,000 Audit Limit.

Author:  Cheryl Adams, Esq. Let’s face it.  It is a sad day for the contractor when the government must terminate for convenience an otherwise smoothly performing federal contract.  A termination for convenience settlement payment is designed to make the terminated contractor whole.  In the usual situation, a contractor should ask… Read more »

Signs of Being Under Investigation

Find out if you’re under investigation Whether you are a federal contractor, a government employee, or an individual associated with some level of federal involvement, you may be shocked to learn that you are under investigation by the federal government. When the feds decided to target you for investigation, they… Read more »

What is the Simplified Acquisition Threshold?

Does increased Micropurchase and Simplified Acquisition Thresholds Solve A Problem? On February 16, 2018, the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council (CAAC) rolled out CAAC Letter No. 2018-02 to Federal agencies which was tantamount to the slight deviation to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) for implementing the newly increased micropurchase and simplified… Read more »

CEO Decision to Respond To Federal Government Investigations

When you or your company has been targeted as part of a federal investigation, your life and business operations as you know it can change significantly. If you are a government contractor subject to criminal charges or investigated for violation of the False Claims Act, kickbacks, SBA Fraud or some… Read more »