We create solutions for government contracting problems.

If you are anything like our current clients, you probably feel like doing business with the federal government is like walking into a maze for the first time. Fortunately, our team knows this maze back to front and is happy to help you find your clear path to compliant business with the federal government. Our team is widely experienced in areas that are critical to compliant business practices, such as:

  • Proposal Preparation & Contract Management
  • GSA Schedule Contracts
  • Compliance Programs
  • Audits & More

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Virtual Contract Manager On-Call

Our latest service is designed to plug the knowledge gap that is left behind as senior contracting personnel retire.

 
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Proposal Preparation and Contract Management

Regardless of where you are in the life-cycle of contract management – (from proposal development to contract management to contract closeout) – we can simplify the process for you. The Point Compliance team has broad experience in federal government contracts as Certified Federal Contracts Managers, legal advisors, and proposal writers who get the job done right.

 
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GSA Schedule Contracts

We do more than get you a contract number. Our reputation is for designing and maintaining compliant and profitable GSA Schedule programs. Whether it’s preparing your offer, managing your schedule contract, handling a CAV visit or surviving an audit, partner with Point Compliance Group for success. 

 

Compliance Programs

We provide a holistic compliance approach to federal government contracting. Our models in the areas of GSA and Federal Contract Compliance are proven to help minimize and prevent fines and penalties. Point Compliance Group takes pride in reducing the risk of noncompliance for our clients.

 
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Audits & More

Maintain the health of your compliance program with an audit. Using our proven checklists and measurement tools, we can verify that your organization has the appropriate internal controls required to meet federal regulations and the standards of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.