Accounting for Bid and Proposal Costs

Lescault and Walderman works alongside government contractors to support accounting for bid and proposal costs submissions.
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Bid on Contracts with Confidence with Lescault and Walderman

Our team will walk you through the entire contract process; from pre-proposal forecasting to post-project reporting.

Forecasting for Bid Submissions

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Project your future costs based on external factors or multiple wins.

Post-Proposal Reporting

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Produce Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) compliant reports that can be reviewed by a contracting agency.

Audit Preparedness

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Maintain compliant-ready financial information within an integrated platform.

Don’t Miss Out on Valuable Contract Opportunities

  • Can you create accurate projections determined by future cost changes?
  • Can you react quickly to changes in your contract budget?
  • Do you have the financial information you need to create accurate and compliant reports?
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Take the Stress Out of Bidding with Lescault and Walderman

An effective accounting system for bid and proposal costs will exponentially increase your chances at winning competitive bids. Your financial data should be your greatest asset, not your biggest obstacle to overcome.

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We Have Helped Other Contractors Optimize for Efficiency

Formulating and securing bids is the number one priority for any government contractor. In recent years, the financial requirements to formulate and reports bids have changed. Now, bidding will require you to not only create competitive offers, but also to remain compliant every step of the way.

At Lescault and Walderman, we have provided accounting services for bid and proposal costs for hundreds of government contractors. Our team of experts draws on decades of experience in government contracting to help businesses build compliant accounting systems to increase the chances of winning contracts.

The greatest challenge contractors face when crafting a bid proposal is the organization of financial data. We integrate FAR-compliant accounting solutions that can organize your expected costs against the proposed project. With the right system in place, you can be confident that your financial data will follow government regulations while still providing you the information you need to craft your budget and make decisions.

Our team will stand by you throughout the entire bidding process and implement a system that you can access and amend your financial data in real-time to reflect any changes to the budget or project. Once the project is complete and ready for governmental review, you can produce financial reports that paint an accurate picture of your bid and outcome while satisfying all DCAA requirements.

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Here's how to get started:

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1. Schedule a No-Obligation Call

Your time is valuable, and we don’t want to waste it. Let’s schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss your needs and confirm there’s a fit.

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2. Receive Your Accounting Review

We'll review your accounting documents, then provide you with a customized report that includes our findings and our recommendations for moving forward.

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3. Attend Review Meeting

We'll host up to a 2 hour meeting to review our findings and recommendations, answer any further questions and outline how we'll work together.

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4. Review Your Proposal

Working from our review, we’ll provide clear and actionable recommendations for improvement related to your particular processes, software, and systems.

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5. Engage Us For Your Needs

If you approve of our recommendations, you’ll sign an engagement letter and we’ll start work!

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