A Whitepaper from Redstone Government Consulting
Government contractors who are small businesses face the challenge of distinguishing themselves in proposal settings. The introduction of DFARS Subpart 242.70 Contractor Business Systems in 2012 marked a pivotal shift, offering acquisition personnel a nuanced mechanism to evaluate contractor responsibility through the lens of critical business systems, including accounting, purchasing, and material management.

This whitepaper delves into the intricacies of these regulations, highlighting the essential role of DFARS clauses in contracts of varying sizes and the significant implications for small businesses striving to navigate the complex requirements. With insights into the FAR 9.104 criteria for contractor responsibility and strategic advice from our team on navigating the DFARS landscape, this whitepaper is essential for contractors eager to secure their competitive edge and ensure compliance.