Melanie Ossandon – Blog Coordinator
Melanie joined Aronson LLC in January 2011 and serves as Executive Assistant in the Government Contract Services Group. She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in English from Columbia Union College.
The fast-changing government market requires participants to stay up-to-date with important news and trends if they want to succeed in this dynamic sector. Aronson LLC’s Fed Point blog helps government contractors keep current through original postings, online resources, reading and research recommendations, statistics, trends and more. Fed Point, which is written and compiled by members of Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group, brings together current news, trends and insights affecting this burgeoning market sector. Our experts know exactly what information you need to have to make informed decisions, stay compliant with the regulations, and streamline your business for maximum profitability. Visit www.AronsonLLC.com to learn more about Aronson’s specialized accounting and consulting services!
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What We Are Writing
- A Marriage of Inconvenience: GSA Schedule Contracts & The Contractor Code of Business Ethics & Conduct Clause
- Emerging Small Businesses: To Grow Your Business, You Must Plan For Growth
- Government Contracting: Look Before You Leap!
- GSA Schedules – Strategies for Success
- New Employee vs. Independent Contractor Considerations
- Pay on Display – Understanding the Executive Compensation and Subcontractor Data Reporting Requirements & Ramifications
- The GSA Schedule: Your Ticket to the Federal Market (May 2010)
- The New FAR Codes of Conduct and Compliance Program Provisions
- The Seven Deadly Sins (of contract compliance)