Building confidence: Subject matter specialists in government contracting enhance quality and reduce risk

March 2012
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Building confidence: Subject matter specialists in government contracting enhance quality and reduce risk

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Engineering and construction companies may find opportunities in purchasing contracts from federal, state or local governments. To achieve success in contracting with governments, companies must comply with regulations. Using construction subject matter professionals in government contracting can help to create a successful outcome to contracting with governments.

Engineering and construction companies may find opportunities in purchasing contracts from federal, state or local governments. To achieve success in contracting with governments, the company must comply with many regulations.

Continuing our E&C Building confidence series, this paper focuses on engaging construction subject matter professionals (SMPs) in government contracting to create a successful outcome to contracting with government entities, beginning with an overview of the key government contracting issues involved, processes controls and monitoring approaches, pricing and negotiation approaches that comply with the government contracting requirements, and how to maintain compliance at the top of your organization.