contractor business systems

The six Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) business systems contain many overlapping system criteria, creating potential risks and challenges for both contractors and the government.

In their recent article published in NCMA’s Contract Management magazine, Baker Tilly’s Alex Mikhelson and Thomas Ruckdaschel discuss the inherent risks where business system requirements overlap and contractor considerations when designing processes and controls to ensure the various business systems work in conjunction with each other and not against each other, all through the lens of Purchasing and Property.

View page 49 of the publication to view the full article. (Subscription required.)

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