Government Contractors


It’s easy to get lost in the myriad of rules and regulations that apply to government contractors. Focus your talents on winning and fulfilling contracts while our team keeps you up-to-date on local and national policies.

Providing Clarity and Compliance in a Complex Industry

Between the abundance of specialized requirements and the niche-specific risks government contractors face, it can be hard to know where your business stands at any moment. Are you fully compliant? Are you allocating indirect costs properly? Are you taking advantage of the most profitable tax strategies?

The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) has thousands of auditors scrutinizing contracts and government contractors. Making one small mistake could cost you an opportunity to bid on new projects or complete those you’ve already won. Moreover, the requirements you encounter are constantly changing and the pressure to provide more with shrinking budgets grows.

With our team of experts at Sikich, you have a partner who shows you how to navigate your way through the government’s purchasing world of acronyms, audits and ever-changing regulations. We take the complex requirements of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and the DCAA and simplify them into profitable processes you can understand and follow.


Improving Tax Services With Trustworthy Business Advice

Bringing you the latest in industry developments and regulations

We stay informed and deliver the latest updates right to you.

Sikich is committed to serving the government contracting sector and fully meeting the varied needs of its members. We sponsor several seminars each year, with topics ranging from strategic planning to financial management and resource development. We also provide timely client alerts, issue-specific memoranda or personal phone calls concerning accounting standards or changes in tax regulation that may affect your organization.

In addition, our professionals are involved with numerous organizations that keep us informed of the latest developments in accounting, auditing and taxation. Some of these memberships and activities include:

  • State CPA society not-for-profit committees
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Government Audit Quality Center
  • Voluntary membership on the board of directors of various organizations