Regulations are like fences. In some cases, they can impede one’s progress. With the right strategy, however, they can be used to protect one’s property and enable it to flourish in a hostile environment.
Fence construction is not as easy as it seems, however. Without the right skills and experience, it is easy to become tangled in its barbs.
In short, regulatory requirements do not have to stifle good business practices. There may simply be a special way of implementing them within an organization's infrastructure.
When It Really Matters Celestial Defense business engineering services enable clients to meet their contractual and regulatory requirements while running their business in a way that makes sense and ensures their prosperity.
CDI’s Business Engineering services are designed to integrate the organization's strategic plans and operating procedures within the government's labyrinth of laws and regulations without sacrificing efficiency, effectiveness or the philosophies that made our client’s great.
Whether a client's needs involve minor patches or complete overhauls of manual or automated processes, we can help.
SUBJECT MATTER PRIMERS
Learn more about CAS Applicability with Cost Accounting Standards
Learn more about the requirements for Cost or Pricing Data under the Truth in Negotiations Act with Cost or Pricing Data
DFARS Safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Celestial Defense of Atlanta, Georgia has over 30 years experience serving the needs of government contractors nationwide and provides the full spectrum of expert consulting services designed to integrate a contractor's critical business systems with the complex rules and regulations governing government contracts. The specific implementations are tailored to maximize profits and reduce risk. Typical engagements include the following.
Written Policies & Procedures
- Estimating systems
- Accounting systems
- CAS Disclosure Statements
- Purchasing systems
- Contracting systems
- Billing systems
- Satisfy contractual and regulatory requirements for estimating, reporting and billing
- Optimize recovery and revenues considering nature of the work, contract type and business mix
- Optimize efficiency and effectiveness of the accounting practices
System Selection & Implementation
- Inventory management
- Cost estimating systems
- Cost accounting systems with FAR 31 principles & procedures
- Cost accounting systems with Cost Accounting Standards
- DFARS data security controls for Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
- Proposal systems with Cost or Pricing Data disclosures
- Risk assessment of merger/acquisition candidates
The FAR Survey provides management with a quick preliminary assessment of problem issues or concerns of management related to claims, terminations or compliance matters.
Is your computer data safe from abuse or compromise by forces inside as well as outside the organization? CDI's Data Security Survey is an introductory assessment of an organization's systems for compliance with the DFARS requirements for safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and for preventing, detecting and responding to data breaches, resource impairments and system compromises by both external and internal threats. <Learn More >