Both new and longstanding Federal Government contractors and subcontractors know that there are extensive regulations such as the FAR, DFAR and CFIUS that define business operations beyond contract performance.
For example there are regulations on governance, subcontracting, purchasing, forming joint ventures, hiring, working with non-US businesses or getting investment from non-US businesses or persons. Failing to execute on these requirements may expose businesses, business leaders and employees to administrative, civil and even criminal penalties.
Complying is more effective when solutions are practical, built into how a business operates and implemented across functions – finance, business development, human resources, and IT for example.
Business can get some learning on how to do this with the monthly webinar: Practical Matters: Managing Government Contracting Requirements and Practical Solutions