The Huntsville, Alabama based government contracts services firm continues to expand its reach into international markets with the award of two significant government consulting engagements by foreign companies located in Dubai, UAE and Perth, Australia. The consulting services for which Redstone has been contracted involve bringing these foreign entities into compliance with U.S. procurement regulations, to include the Federal Acquisition Regulations and Cost Accounting Standards, with a specific focus of meeting contract cost accumulation and billing requirements of existing or forthcoming government contracts.
Redstone has a long-standing history in serving foreign entities located in Europe and the Middle East in overcoming the challenges of doing business with the U.S. government. Consulting services provided to international companies over the past fifteen years have achieved the client goals of building and maintaining U.S. government compliant cost and pricing systems and practices which have significantly mitigated the risk of adverse contract problems and maximizing our foreign customer’s profitability.
About Redstone Government Consulting, Inc.
Redstone GCI is a consulting firm focused on fulfilling the needs of government contractors in all areas of compliance. With a singular mission to help contractors through the multiple layers of “red tape,” we allow contractors to focus on what they do best – support their mission with the U.S. Government. We are home to a group of consultants made up of GovCon industry professionals, CPAs, attorneys, and retired government audit and acquisition professionals. From humble beginnings, as a small group of core individuals with a goal of providing DCAA/DCMA compliance and audit support, we have grown to a firm of over 30 professionals, with expertise extending well beyond our initial goal, now supporting compliance needs in most areas of a contractor’s back-office. One thing our clients can be certain of is that with the Redstone GCI Team in your corner, there is no problem too big and no issue too technical for our team to tackle.