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I have been a part of government contracting in one way or another for my entire career spanning over 12 years at this point (still “young” by many contractor or agency standards). For the past year and a half I … Continue reading
I have now been to 2 consecutive #ncmawc in Denver and Boston respectively and I am looking forward to November this year in DC and 2013 in Pasadena. I find the hardest part of the day to be what session … Continue reading
During my stay with DCAA, the focus was always (as it should have been) on costs. Flexibly priced contracts represent the highest risk to the government according to the “rules.” I could show you some spreadsheets that probably indicate a … Continue reading
There is a ton of information at the NCMA World Congress 2011. I will be using this as fodder for many upcoming posts. Look forward to some topics like LPTA, government personnel transiency, and oversight = costs.