Government Contractor

July NAV web demo

Product Demonstration Webinar Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Government Contractors An ERP solution for government contractors needs to support DCAA, FAR, and CAS compliance, but it also needs to offer features that help the company achieve greater efficiencies, generate the right reports, and get the right information to allow businesses to make smarter decisions. Microsoft and [...]

2017-07-19T14:03:21-04:00July 27th, 2016||

Plain and Simple

By Bernard Mustafa, PVBS Chief Executive Officer Plain and Simple, Your ERP System Should Improve Your Incurred Cost Submission Process In my last blog, I wrote about the challenges large commercial enterprises with substantial government contracting divisions face when preparing their incurred cost submissions. I discussed that not only is the process challenging and time [...]

2017-07-18T12:36:55-04:00March 2nd, 2015|News, Newsletter|

Strategies for Reducing Incurred Cost Submission Stress

By Bernard Mustafa, PVBS Chief Executive Officer Strategies for Reducing Incurred Cost Submission Stress. Every government contractor that has flexibly-priced contracts must make an Incurred Cost Submission within six (6) months from the end of their fiscal year. Although this may seem like a reasonable amount of time to prepare, review and submit the incurred [...]

2017-07-18T12:37:43-04:00January 19th, 2015|News, Newsletter|

How to Ensure DCAA Compliance When You Have Multiple Government Divisions

By Bernard Mustafa, PVBS Chief Executive Officer How the DCAA treats large commercial enterprises that have a significant government contracting business is something that needs addressing. In previous blogs, I’ve discussed why it makes sense for large commercial enterprises with substantial government contracting operations to move to one corporate-wide ERP solution that meets everyone in [...]

2017-07-18T12:49:01-04:00October 6th, 2014|News, Newsletter|

Reducing Home Office Allocation Pain for Companies with Big Government Contracting Businesses

By Bernard Mustafa, PVBS Chief Executive Officer By using a compliant enterprise ERP solution designed to handle corporate and government contracting business, the efficiencies and possibilities are endless. When large commercial entities have significant Federal Government business operations, it seems like the tail is always wagging the dog. The government contracting division always has tougher [...]

2017-07-18T12:54:55-04:00August 18th, 2014|News, Newsletter|

How to Get Unstuck on Manual…Cost Accounting Processes

By Paul Skurpski, PVBS Vice President of Sales & Marketing In my previous blog, I discussed why government contractors get stuck on manual...cost accounting processes. In this blog, we'll discuss how they can get out of that manual trap. There are two reasons why we see so many government contractors get stuck in the manual [...]

2017-07-18T12:55:31-04:00July 18th, 2014|News, Newsletter|

Growing Call for SBA Control Over Vets First Program

Cherry Bekaert (CBH) covered the progress of the 2013 Improving Opportunities for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Act, in this article, which would transfer control of the Vets First Program from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to the Small Business Administration (SBA). In the article, CBH states how the transfer could save the tax payers [...]

2017-07-18T12:59:13-04:00May 13th, 2014|News, Newsletter|

Is the New DCAA Guidance on Consulting Service Costs Good for Contractors?

Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG) issued a piece on the DCAA's updated guidance related to allowability of professional and consulting services costs. DHG stated that "Consultant and professional service costs have long been considered a major risk area by government auditors and a source of frustration among contractors. Over the years, the Defense Contract Audit Agency [...]

2017-07-18T13:00:06-04:00May 6th, 2014|News, Newsletter|

Reduce Cost of Contract Compliance with Business Software that Fits Current and Future Needs

By Paul Skurpski, PVBS Vice President of Sales & Marketing Every government contractor is concerned with contract compliance which means cost of compliance is a big deal for them. It’s a particularly big problem for companies that run QuickBooks because there are many things they have to do manually in order to be contract compliant. [...]

2017-07-18T13:03:15-04:00December 4th, 2013|News, Newsletter|