By: Michael Strauss
In today’s political environment, it’s nearly impossible to turn on the news and not hear about the spending patterns of the U.S. federal government. And if you live in the Greater Washington metro area, it’s highly likely that you know executives and business owners who are contracting directly or indirectly with one or more federal agencies.
Government contracting continues to drive a significant portion of the regional economy, so how do you know if it’s a market worth entering?
In the July 28th online edition of Washington Technology, Michael Strauss, Director at Ellin & Tucker and Chair of the firm’s Government Contractor Services Group, shares his thoughts and insights on expertise on what to consider before pursuing a government contract.
To view this article, visit Are you ready to join the federal market? On Washington Technology’s website.
As a Director in the Audit, Accounting, and Consulting Department of Ellin & Tucker and Chairperson of the firm’s Government Contractor Services Group, Mike brings to the table nearly 20 years of significant expertise in providing management advisory and consulting, financial reporting, tax, and compliance services to privately held businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Mike is also an active member with the firm’s Construction, Not-for-Profit, Real Estate, and Technology Services Groups.