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This white paper provides a series of scenarios and case studies reflecting the work performed by CCS on behalf of its clients. When you are serious about efficient use of your expertise and ability to serve the government's best interests, you seek the best contracting talent you can find. This free white paper provides you with an overview of the many successes performed by CCS.
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There are many who pretend to understand the process and many who understand parts of the process. Sadly there are many who are trying to play the game without understanding the rules. You see this in protest decisions from GAO almost every day. Such a waste of effort!
In the nearly 20 years that CCS has existed, we have been called upon to protect our clients’ interests in many diverse ways. We have helped them manage litigation, pursue protests, resolve disputes, prepare proposals, qualify under the preference programs, and manage the disruption of terminations. CCS has served as key personnel with the government for the complete overhaul and redrafting of the agency’s FAR supplement. We’ve attended post-award kick-off meetings, led complex negotiations, and managed closeouts for our clients. We have performed routine (and sometimes non-routine) contract administration and provided our clients with tools to make the process easier, less labor-intensive, and reduce the risk of performance. We have helped clients revise their policies when serving at both the prime and the sub level, and held their hand during numerous audits. And we have assisted clients in hiring qualified internal talent that best meets their needs.
And when called upon, we have served as an expert witness to help judges, juries, and the occasional opposing counsel to understand the intricacies of government contracting.
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Government contracting is a very broad area. In addition to the many laws and regulations that govern the process, there has been an increasing level of Executive Orders and guidance from a variety of designated “authorities” in various areas. Contracting also has a strong influence on the subcontracting process. While the contracts between primes and the government follow government contracting rules and laws, the contracts between primes and subs are commercial and not government contracts!
CCS has worked in the field of government contracting for decades and understands the intricacies and complexities of the entire contract and supplier chain. When you are dealing with the powerful authority of the government, it is best that you have similar expertise on your team.
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