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Defense contractors must comply with new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification guidelines soon to remain eligible to work with the DoD.
M&A activity with government contractors is rising so companies need to arrive at correct valuations for privately held acquisition targets.
UNICAP regulations provide for a modified simplified production method and how costs can be capitalized in association with Section 263A.
A white paper describing the impact of the new revenue recognition standard on federal government contractors.
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