Government Contract Regulatory Compliance

Chess Consulting professionals have a long track record of success assisting clients throughout the life cycle of a government contract, including pre-award, post-award, and dispute-related matters. We also assist clients with respect to other regulatory compliance matters.

 

Our government contract regulatory compliance services include, but are not limited to:

  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) Consultation
  • Compliance Assessments and DCAA Audit Readiness/Response
  • Business Systems Compliance Reviews
  • Incurred Cost Submissions
  • Change Orders, Claims, and Termination Settlement Proposals
  • Special Investigations/Voluntary Disclosures
  • GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contracting and Commercial Pricing
  • Emerging Contractor Services
  • Disputes and Expert Testimony
  • Cybersecurity Assessment and Compliance Services
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