The Incurred Cost Submission: Why are Schedules H and J Important?

Schedules H and J are some of the most important parts of the Incurred Cost Submission. This VLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, how to complete Schedules H and J, and the importance of each schedule.

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Topics: Incurred Cost Proposal Submission (ICP/ICE), Vlog

Why are Schedules B, C, D, and Fringe Important?

Schedules B, C, D, and Fringe are some of the most important parts of the Incurred Cost Submission. This vLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, how to complete Schedules B, C, D, and Fringe, and the importance of each schedule.

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Topics: Compliant Accounting Infrastructure, Incurred Cost Proposal Submission (ICP/ICE), Contracts and Subcontracts Administration, DCAA Audit Support, Vlog

2022 Redstone Edge Conference

Thank you to all of our sponsors and attendees for their support of the 2022 Redstone Edge Conference. All profits from the conference are being donated to Castin’ ‘N Catchin’.

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Topics: Redstone GCI, Vlog

The Importance of Schedule K in the Incurred Cost Submission

Schedule K is one of the most important parts of the Incurred Cost Submission and is an area of great interest for the Government and its auditors. This VLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, how to complete Schedule K, and the importance of Schedule K.

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Topics: Incurred Cost Proposal Submission (ICP/ICE), Contracts and Subcontracts Administration, Vlog

What is Schedule I in the Incurred Cost Submission?

Schedule I is the most important part of the Incurred Cost Submission and is the single area of great interest for the Government and its auditors. This VLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, the importance of Schedule I, and how to resolve potential issues.

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Topics: Incurred Cost Proposal Submission (ICP/ICE), Small Business Compliance, Contracts and Subcontracts Administration, Vlog

Independent Contractor vs. Employee – Department of Labor (DoL) Perspective (Part 2)

This video is the second of a two-part series where we provide an overview of the position of the Department of Labor (DoL) on independent contractor classifications. This series will presents a mock audit to give you a first hand perspective of the types of questions that a Department of Labor investigators ask with regard to the all too common issue of whether or not your workers are properly classified under the law. We will provide "red flags" that are often key to the final determination of Department of Labor, and how to address them.

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Topics: Vlog

Independent Contractor vs. Employee – Department of Labor (DoL) Perspective (Part 1)

This video is the first of a two-part series where we provide an overview of the position of the Department of Labor (DoL) on independent contractor classifications. This series presents a mock audit to give you a first-hand perspective of the types of questions that DoL investigators ask with regard to the all too common issue of whether or not your workers are properly classified under the law. We will provide “red flags” that are often key to the final determination of DoL, and how to address them.

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Topics: Human Resources, Vlog

Redstone GCI Spring Fling - 2022

We recently got all of our employees together for a Spring Fling. BBQ, axe throwing, and spending time with one another. A great time was had by all!

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Topics: Redstone GCI, Vlog

Congratulations Colby Goode

Congratulations to Colby Goode for passing his CPA exam. He has been coming in early, staying late and coming into the office on the weekends to study and his hard work has paid off. The office got together to celebrate with him.

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Topics: Vlog

Expectation vs Reality - Government Proposals Part 2

This video is the second part of a two part series where we provide an overview of some of the expectations that come with completing a Government proposal and their respective realities.

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Topics: Proposal Cost Volume Development & Pricing, Vlog