Government Accounting Services for Contractors

Government contractors are required to adhere to the accounting standards specified in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).

But these regulations are complex and often confusing, and like most government contractors, you’d rather be doing your job than keeping up with changing regulations or figuring out the requirements outlined in FAR.

And, when a contractor bids on a job for a government agency, there’s a strict dollar amount attached to that contract. It’s vital that your accounting system is up to date so that you can stay within your budget, as well as compliant with FAR.

At Acclamar, LLC, we understand the challenges facing government contractors.

Our experienced CPAs are here to help you with all of your tax, accounting, and technology consulting needs - from competing for new government contracts to complying with FAR or preparing for an audit by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA).

We pride ourselves in maintaining good working relationships with numerous government agencies and continually monitor changes to FAR, as well as the Cost Accounting Standards Board (CASB) agenda and Small Business Administration (SBA) so that all of the guidance we offer is based on the most current policies and procedures.

How We Help

We offer the following services for government contractors:

  • Regulatory compliance
  • Audit support for government contracts
  • Support for cost proposals
  • Structuring accounting systems
  • Claims and contract administration
  • Cost accounting standards

Leave the Regulatory Compliance to Us

If you need an experienced accounting firm to assist you with the financial and accounting issues that are unique to the government contracting industry, contact us by completing the form below, or simply give us a call at (703) 270-1007.

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