The General Services Administration’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (GSA EIS) contract is an important vehicle to modernize the federal government’s IT services. Modernization efforts in government are targeted at supporting the continued movement to the cloud and safeguarding networks from today’s cybersecurity threats.
Did you know that the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act makes big R&D tax credits more accessible to smaller and mid-sized government contractors? It even extends those tax credits permanently and retroactively back to 2015 when the new law was enacted. In fact, this federal R&D tax credit can be worth as much as 6.5% of the wages, supply costs and contractor expenses associated with the development of a product, process, software, formula or invention. Even small companies and startups can qualify. Plus, many states offer additional incentives for government contractors, including enterprise zone credits. And remember, tax credits represent a dollar-for-dollar reduction in your tax liability: If you receive a $100,000 credit, you get a $100,000 reduction in your company’s taxes!
What impact could a potential claim have on your business? What steps can you put in place to safeguard yourself? This 1-hour webinar is focused on Risk Management procedures for law firms. Using real case illustrations, it will address how you can improve your risk management to help mitigate risks and prevent claims. Our panel of expert speakers will also address the role of insurance in risk management, in light of emerging risks faced by law firms. Tune in live to hear our experts presenting a range of perspectives.
Shift your strategy for a more nimble cybersecurity approach Why does security feel like the most frustrating challenge in government IT? In part because security in a cloud-first, mobile-first world calls for new approaches. Data is accessed, used, and shared on-premises and in the cloud, erasing traditional security boundaries. During this webinar, we'll take a look at cybersecurity trends and introduce some resulting strategy shifts that can help government organizations detect and respond to attacks while making faster, more coordinated overall cybersecurity decisions.