Business Valuation

Posted by on Feb 14, 2018 in Disputes, Fact Sheets | 0 comments

Excerpt from the full copy of Business Valuation Chess’s experts consult and testify on the value and reliability of financial impacts of commercial dealings in courtroom and boardroom settings. We convey highly technical and complex concepts in plain language. We apply our problem solving skills and industry knowledge in civil and criminal disputes, regulatory proceedings, and other decision-making…

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Commercial Disputes

Posted by on Jan 30, 2018 in Disputes, Fact Sheets | 0 comments

Excerpt from the full copy of Commercial Disputes Chess’s experts consult and testify on the value and reliability of economic damages assessments in federal and state courts and in other forums. We convey highly technical and complex concepts in straightforward and understandable terms. We apply our problem solving skills…

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Contract Closeout – Cost Reimbursable Contracts

Posted by on Oct 25, 2017 in Fact Sheets, Government Contract Regulatory Compliance | 0 comments

Excerpt from the full copy of Contract Closeout – Cost Reimbursable Contracts The Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) is responsible for initiating the administrative closeout of the contract (and orders issued under it) after receiving evidence that the contract is physically complete. FAR 4.804-4 defines complete as…

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Cost Accounting Standards

Posted by on Oct 25, 2017 in Fact Sheets, Government Contract Regulatory Compliance | 0 comments

Excerpt from the full copy of Cost Accounting Standards The U.S. Government has established nineteen (19) cost accounting standards to be used by contractors in order to establish uniformity and consistency in how costs charged to the Government are measured and assigned to contracts. The standards are also used…

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General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Services

Posted by on Apr 27, 2017 in Fact Sheets, Government Contract Regulatory Compliance | 0 comments

Excerpt from the full copy of General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Services To consolidate the “commercial” purchasing activities of federal agencies, the U.S. Government formed the General Services Administration (“GSA”) in 1949, thereby incorporating functions previously conducted by various procurement programs. By utilizing one source for procurement, the burden of contract negotiation and order processing was lifted from federal agencies, allowing them to focus...

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