FiscalNote 2017: Mastering Uncertainty

FiscalNote

With the 2016 election decided, the government affairs world is dealing with more uncertainty than ever before. As teams work to put together their strategy for 2017 and beyond, it is critical that they have not only all available data, but also context to make that data actionable, and tools that allow seamless collaboration for maximum efficiency.
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Publicly available social media sites and tools, such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube are providing governments, agencies, and citizens with robust options for meeting these objectives. They provide a wide range of audio, video, and interactive capabilities without substantial costs. Some high profile examples of government agencies engaging social media tools to great benefit have emerged over the past 3 – 5 years. Best practices are available and media coverage of candidates and campaigns engaging constituents and over-achieving fundraising goals abound.


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Managing Fixed Amount Federal Grants and Subawards

Federal Fund Management Advisor

One of the really big changes resulting from the federal government’s recent grant reform initiative is broad authorization for use of fixed amount awards and subawards. While a few federal agencies have “experimented” with these types of arrangements in the past, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget has spread the word government-wide that the method is an acceptable way to award and administer federal assistance. OMB has also made it clear in a number of ways that it wants to see in the grants arena at least as much attention devoted to performance as to compliance. It’s asserting that these fixed amount awards are one way to achieve that. But the new policies involved represent such a significant departure from the traditional model of awarding assistance that many federal agencies, pass-through entities and recipients are having a tough time getting their arms around how these awards are supposed to work.
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SELLING COMPUTERS TO THE GOVERNMENT - THE NEW OFPP DIRECTIVE IS A GAME CHANGER

Federal Publications Seminars

Without the right knowledge and experience, navigating the waters with government regulations can be a complex and daunting process. Join GovCon expert Perry Kessler as he provides some insightful tips to help navigate the complexities of indirect cost rates in government contracting. In government contracting, the total contract value consists of direct costs, indirect costs, and fees. In this webinar we will cover the importance of recognizing indirect cost rates and understanding how indirect cost rates are developed and interact across the contract life cycle.
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AACC Pre-NLS Federal Legislative Update

This section is an archive of past webinars presented by the AACC Government Relations office. Use the links below to access information and documentation from past webinars.
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Guidelines and Considerations When Terminating Government Contracts

lorman

Terminations are the not-so-happy endings to construction contracts. A termination occurs when the owner decides to stop a project before it is complete. This is a right that lies solely with the owner unless otherwise specified in the contract - at best, a contractor can abandon a contract if the owner breaches it.
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Spotlight

Publicly available social media sites and tools, such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube are providing governments, agencies, and citizens with robust options for meeting these objectives. They provide a wide range of audio, video, and interactive capabilities without substantial costs. Some high profile examples of government agencies engaging social media tools to great benefit have emerged over the past 3 – 5 years. Best practices are available and media coverage of candidates and campaigns engaging constituents and over-achieving fundraising goals abound.

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