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From formation through administration, contracting with the federal government is a highly regulated process with many traps for the unsuspecting. Unlike commercial contracting, which is governed generally by the Uniform Commercial Code and the common law, federal government contracting is governed by a maze of statutes and regulations. These statutory and regulatory provisions dictate, for example, what method or process an agency must use to solicit a contract; how the agency is to negotiate or award a contract; and under certain circumstances, what costs the Government will reimburse and how a contractor must account for those costs. In addition, a government contractor must remain aware that it is subject to the policy dictates of the sovereign. The U.S. Government imposes a host of socio-economic obligations through its contracts, including requirements related to affirmative action, drug-free work place, subcontracting, and minimum employee wages. Although Congress has streamlined the contracting process to reduce the burdens on contractors offering commercial products and services, any entity considering entering into a government contract must tread carefully. This overview is intended to provide you a general insight into the federal government’s contracting process.

When employing contractors or other individuals to work with your company on federal government contracts, you’ll need to be familiar with Federal Contract Compliance programs. The U.S. Department of Labor supports the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), which is responsible for ensuring that if an employer is doing business with the government, they are in compliance with the government regulations and laws that require nondiscrimination and affirmative action.

By the conclusion of this program, attendees will have a solid, practical understanding of Government contract including:

  • Government forms and formats for pricing proposals.
  • Direct and indirect cost rate submissions.
  • Cost principles for allowability.
  • Cost allocability and reasonableness under the FAR and CAS.
  • Accounting systems requirements.
  • The impact of the type of contract on the accounting requirements.
  • Billing the Government for work accomplished.
  • Dealing with Government auditors.

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