2018 GAUGE Report: 2nd Annual Industry Roadmap of Benchmarks and Trends for Government Contractors


    In helping government contractors plan and strategize for the upcoming fiscal year, CohnReznick and Unanet have once again partnered to conduct a government contracting industry benchmarking survey. The results of this survey has been compiled into the 2018 GAUGE Report which focuses on five major areas of contracting: Government Contract Compliance, Accounting, Utilization, Growth, and Efficiencies. With more than 1500 contributors this year, representing a wide array of government contractors of all sizes, the 2018 Report is intended to provide valuable insider information for all size contractors, but this edition is especially focused on small contractors pursing prime contractor status.

    Consult the GAUGE report as you begin or continue your annual forecasting and budgeting process, for such useful information as:


    • 7 Tips for Winning a Government Contract
    • How to Develop a Successful Marketing Strategy 
    • How to Determine if Your Company is Ready for Prime Status

    Access the full report and get the information you need to position your company for success.

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