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The National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Defense (DoD) have consistently warned prime contractors and subcontractors of the importance of maintaining proper cyber defense. Review how the recent release of GovCon Cloud Moderate coupled with Deltek Costpoint in the cloud are aiding government firms as they address these threats and solidify cyber strategies.
Cybersecurity compliance has been through quite the evolution. In recent months, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) have been top of mind for government contractors as they review their own readiness. Take a look back at the development of these compliance standards, and how they are being integrated into the security nets deployed by government agencies and businesses alike.
The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) is set to open the request for proposals window for the Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners 4 (CIO-SP4) multi-award contract in the first quarter of 2021. To compete, businesses are pursuing every avenue to make themselves more attractive as solution and service providers. Review the steps to take now to better manage your CIO-SP4 destiny.
Preparing for a merger or acquisition for a government contractor often begins long before an offer is on the table. It actually starts when solutions and systems are selected to help run a business’ day-to-day operations. Learn how good investments can turn into great rewards for overall company value.
Navigating the discovery process for a new-to-you enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can feel daunting. How do you know what you need? Which solution is the best fit? Start with four key considerations to help narrow the field and keep your government contracting firm in the driver’s seat.
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.
So far, small and medium businesses (SMBs) have discovered why the capabilities unique to Costpoint make it the perfect starter AND forever home, as well as how it is move-in ready. What’s next? Now it’s time to make it your own.
Four words a government contractor doesn’t expect to see in the same sentence—“DCAA audit” and “worry free.” Deltek partner expert Aronson, LLC, reviews how to go from scared to prepared when it comes to the three audits government contractors are most likely to encounter.
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