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    Thank you all for your responses. Our subsidiaries are primarily federal contractors, and we require reps & certs from subs working on federal contracts. I appreciate you sharing your insights, as they have given me some ideas on what we can do moving forward. ------------------------------ ...

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    RE: Quick Closeout

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    Short answer is yes. I've been on both the government and the contractor side, and the administrative cost avoidance of quick closeout is worth it. Now, since the quick closeout in theory should approximate the same outcome as waiting for final rates, then it becomes ...

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    Congratulations Christie! A Master's is a huge undertaken and well worth the investment for both personal and career growth. I hold an MBA from Mercer University and I must say that the group activities with fellow cohorts has certainly improved my leadership skills ...

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    Since they are cost of a specific Govt customer contract, they are considered part of the cost of that direct project, they are just not billable to the Govt customer. In my experience, the customer wants to see those cost included on their invoice since you agreed ...

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