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The 2020 Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Survey is now open! See why the survey is important, how your experience and expertise will inform the final Clarity Study and what to expect as a participant.
The bad news: government contracting firms will eventually face business disruptions. They could come in the form of cyber event/attack, government shutdown, natural disaster or the loss of a key executive. The good news: building solid business continuity and disaster recovery plans can start today with four key steps.
The Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study expanded its coverage in 2019 with the addition of both procurement and manufacturing results, trends and challenges. Findings in each business areas reinforce the bullish market sentiments found throughout the Study, including more contract dollars and manufacturing orders and output than in previous years.
The optimism continues as information technology (IT) leaders share their thoughts in the 2019 Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study. Investments are being made after years of tightened purse strings. Discover the what, why and when of where money is likely to be spent.
Retaining talent in order to maintain growth momentum is a major struggle for small business graduates. Learn how human resources leaders are getting creative with their incentive compensation plans, and how to uncomplicated the complexities.
All Department of Defense (DoD) suppliers are impacted by the Financial Improvement Audit Readiness initiative (FIAR). Primarily, it has to do with the costs charged to the DoD and whether the internal systems used to manage the details for government contractors match agency standards.
The Human Capital Management (HCM) results from the 10th Annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study revealed exactly what is working, and what might need more effort in the coming year. The results demonstrated significant strides forward, specifically around reducing turnover.
It’s time for government contractors to face their fear of outgrowing an accounting system. Discover how to shift into a mindset that will aid in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) review to ultimately identify the best solution.
Small government contractors eventually reach the transition point from small business set asides to full and open competition. Failure to plan for this graduation can lead to a failure to grow. Where should they start, and what other risks could they run?
Every small and medium government contractor experiences their own set of infrastructure growing pains. Appointed to address enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs from the infancy/start-up phase, through the awkward teen years to the next evolution for a business… Deltek Now, the option that makes Costpoint accessible and attainable.
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