Government Contractor

Tax Reform Enhances Value of Research Tax Credits for Government Contractors

By Chris Bard, Chai Hoang & Patrick Wallace The Research Tax Credit (“credit”) isn’t a new development, but some government contractors have yet to take full advantage of its benefits.…

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So you think you’re an “S.”

By Brendan J. Sullivan and Alison V. Torres Trendiness is a word not frequently used in conjunction with tax planning. Discussing the in-vogue corporate structure never will be the hot…

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MGO Selected as Consultants for the Defense Innovation Voucher Program

If you are a small defense contractor based in San Diego County who is pursuing new commercial markets or looking to diversify your government contracts, then please check out the…

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10 Things Government Contractors Need to Know About Tax Reform

The $1.5 trillion new tax law represents the most sweeping change to tax code in a generation. Tax reform of this magnitude will have broad implications for government contractors. While…

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RFP Best Practices: Comply with Solicitation Requirements – Or Else!

It is the offeror’s responsibility to submit a well-written proposal clearly demonstrating their ability to comply with the solicitation’s requirements. Unfortunately, protesters continue to lose protests because of the failure to…

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Government Contractor News Update – March 2018

Every month MGO’s Government Contractor practice provides this round-up of important news and information affecting the Government Contracting industry. #1: Unbalanced Pricing Case Study Unbalanced pricing exists where the bid…

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Federal Contracting: The Value of Timely and Accurate Financial and Project Data

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After spending the majority of my career with large public companies, when I moved to consulting with small- and medium-sized companies one of my first observations was the difference in focus…

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Is the SBA Mentor-Protégé Program Right for your Business?

The U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Mentor-Protégé Program can be a great way for small businesses to obtain developmental assistance from larger mentors and form joint ventures with those mentors to…

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Navigating the Requirements of Cost-Type Contracts and Sub-Contracts

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The award of a Federal Government cost reimbursement contract, as a prime contractor or a subcontractor, can be very good for your business, but this type of contract can also subject…

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