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Baker Tilly: Government Contract Expertise Contributes to its Clients’ Success
December 16, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
According to the recently released Federal Computer Week annual ranking of the top General Services Administration (GSA) IT 70 contractors, five of the top ten Information Technology government contractors are current clients of Baker Tilly.
“Companies doing business with the Government face a number of unique business challenges, including achieving success in a complex procurement system and maintaining compliance with ever-changing Federal regulations. We congratulate our clients on their success and look forward to maintaining our strong working relationship,” said Tony Fuller, Baker Tilly‘s GCAS Practice Lead.
Of the top 25 contractors, Baker Tilly’s Government Contract Advisory Services (GCAS) team has worked with more than half including manufacturers, resellers, system integrators and other professional services firms. The 14 Baker Tilly GCAS supported clients have a combined total of over $4.6 billion in annual GSA IT 70 sales.
Baker Tilly’s specialization in government contract accounting, pricing, proposal preparation, contract management, compliance, government audit support, business system, and dispute support services allows government contractors and their legal counsel to maximize their federal market opportunity and minimize risk. To learn more about Baker Tilly’s GCAS service offerings, visit bakertilly.com/governmentcontractors.