Archive: indirect rates

Gaining a Competitive Edge: Indirect Rates Webinar

Download presentation slides. Tune in on October 13, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. ET as Aronson’s Managing Consultants, Tram Vo and Anne Bromet-Jagodits, team up with InfoTek’s Managing Consultant, Shirley McNeel, to share timely industry insights, including: Knowing your market and how your rates compare How your rates align with your current and future business goals Accounting for certain costs in different ways […]
October 13, 2021

Aronson ONE Indirect Rates Survey Results

This year our Government Contract Services Group was excited to conduct our annual Aronson ONE Indirect Rates Survey and also give away $250 Amazon gift cards to four lucky respondents as a special thanks for participation! As another token of our appreciation, survey participants were granted early access to our survey results. We are now […]
June 24, 2021

Do I need to change my provisional rates for the economic impacts of COVID-19?

The famous answer is it depends on the contractor’s specific situation and we cannot answer in a vacuum. While we do not have guidance specific to indirect rate recovery and the current COVID-19 pandemic, we can look to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) for guidance on the recovery of indirect billing rates during this time. […]
April 10, 2020

Gaining a Competitive Advantage: Indirect Rates Webinar

As a government contractor, you need to stay competitive while watching your bottom line. With the right strategy, your indirect rates can work for you and not against you. Donna Dominguez, a partner in Aronson’s government contracting practice, hosted an in-depth session on indirect rate strategies. During the webinar, Donna covered these five key considerations for […]
February 26, 2020

Gaining a Competitive Edge: Indirect Rates Executive Luncheon

As a government contractor, you need to stay competitive while watching your bottom line. With the right strategy, your indirect rates can work for you and not against you. Join Alliance Executive Search and Donna Dominguez, a director in Aronson’s government contracting practice, on September 19th for an in-depth session on indirect rate strategies. This session will […]
September 19, 2019

Decoding Budgeted Indirect Rates

Download: Establish Budget and Indirect Rates 2017 Slides Watch and Download Aronson’s government contracting experts Donna Dominguez and Aisha Mian presentation which took place on November 16th. Tune in as our experts provide valuable insight on developing budgeted indirect rates during their webinar, “Decoding Budgeted Indirect Rates.” Budgeting indirect rates is a process that goes well […]
November 16, 2017

Decoding Budgeting Indirect Rates Webinar: Questions? Aronson Answers – Part II

As promised, a continuation of the Q&A from Aronson’s Government Contracting webinar “Decoding Budgeted Indirect Rates,” presented by Donna Dominguez and Aisha Mian.
December 21, 2016

Can Your Indirect Rates Stand Up to an Audit?

When you’re working with the Virginia Department of Transportation, or a department of transportation in any other state, the indirect rates you are charging have to comply with certain rules and regulations. According to FAR Part 31.201-2, a cost is only allowable when it is reasonable, allocable, follows generally accepted accounting principles and practices appropriate […]
December 16, 2016

Decoding Budgeting Indirect Rates Webinar: Questions? Aronson Answers

On October 20, 2016, our Aronson LLC government contracting specialists Donna Dominguez and Aisha Mian hosted “Decoding Budgeted Indirect Rates,” where they provided tips, guidance, and best practices to help government contractors efficiently build their budgeted indirect rates for the upcoming year. As a follow up to this webinar, Donna and Aisha have prepared answers to […]
November 3, 2016

Can Your Indirect Rates Stand Up to Transportation Audit?

When you’re working with the Virginia Department of Transportation, or a department of transportation in any other state, the indirect rates you are charging have to comply with certain rules and regulations. According to FAR Part 31.201-2, a cost is only allowable when it is reasonable, allocable, follows generally accepted accounting principles and practices appropriate […]
November 2, 2016