This entry is the second of a three-part installment on types of deferred compensation and will briefly explain the positive and negative aspects of using stock options and restricted stock grants as means of providing deferred incentive compensation to employees….

A key issue faced by many government contractors is how to compensate their employees in ways that will ensure that they can attract a talented workforce.  Many executives and employees expect compensation mechanisms based on increases in the value of…

In 2011, the Senate passed the Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act in response to widespread concerns on potential fraud in the government contracting industry by companies falsely claiming to be service-disabled veteran owned small businesses (SDVOSBs).  This bill would require businesses to be certified as…

Government Contractors creating Joint Ventures has steadily increased in popularity over the last few years.  The exact reasons vary:  need for greater capability in the prime entity, local registration requirements for DCS in foreign jurisdictions, pursuit of set-aside contracts under…