Government Consulting

Click the link below if you are a business interested in learning about how BiggsKofford CPA Firm can assist you with government contracting.

I am a Government Contractor

Click this link if you are a government procurement specialist, interested in learning about BiggsKofford CPA Firm’s government contracting capabilities.

I am a Government Procurement Specialist

Whether you are an established government contractor or just starting to explore if government contracting is right for your business, let BiggsKofford CPA Firm’s government contracting team help you reach your goals. Our government contracting team understands your needs because BiggsKofford CPA Firm is a government contractor, working on federal, state & local contracts related to financial and consulting services.

If your business has no government contracting experience, you may be missing out on a profitable market segment. Whatever your product or service is, the government buys it! Don’t ignore this segment of the market. Many businesses mistakenly conclude that government contracting is too complicated a market to get started in. With the right experts helping you understand and navigate the process, there is no reason to believe your business could not be successful as a government contractor.

If your business is an experienced government contractor, BiggsKofford CPA Firm can help you too. Businesses such as yours often require accounting and back office support to properly service government contracts.

Please contact us if you have any questions about how BiggsKofford can help your business with government contracting.

BiggsKofford CPA Firm assists clients with Government Contracting in the following areas:

  • Accounting assistance for government contracts
  • Bid identification
  • Consulting
  • Contract management
  • DCAA compliance assistance
  • Federal acquisition regulation (FAR) assistance
  • GSA listing
  • Introduction to teaming candidates
  • Proposal writing
  • Small business set aside qualification
  • Subcontracting opportunities

Helpful Links:

BiggsKofford’s Blog
BiggsKofford’s Government Contracting Brochure