A problem solver at heart, Taylor Dean, CPA, CGMA, helps government contractors and nonprofits solve the most difficult of compliance puzzles.
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Taylor is a long distance cyclist who has completed several century rides around the country. Her longest single day ride is 106 miles.
Taylor Dean, CPA, CGMA, provides accounting and financial management consulting services. She specializes in working with government contractors, but has served many industries, including publicly and privately held computer hardware and software development firms, nonprofit and religious organizations, banks, construction companies, and retail and service providers.
Clients know Taylor as someone who brings extra value to their client-CPA relationship. Taylor enjoys introducing clients to potential customers and business partners. As a founding member of GC-TEC, a seminar series for government contractors, Taylor enjoys sharing her knowledge with government contractors, speaking on topics such as how to comply with employment policies and regulations, and how to avoid bid protests during end-of-year government spending.
Taylor volunteers her time and expertise to National Contract Management Association where she helps contractors looking for guidance. She also serves on the small business committee of the Washington Building Congress.
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New mandates regarding COVID-19 vaccinations and mask requirements in federal buildings will mean big changes for government contractors.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently approved the use of a revised Voluntary Self‐Identification of Disability Form, also known as Form CC-305. The more streamlined, user-friendly form is intended to increase the response rate of applicants and employees who choose to voluntarily self-identify their disability status.
The Government Contractors Group at Gross Mendelsohn has been following the COVID-19 related traffic at the Department of Defense and other agencies, including DoD Class Deviation - CARES Act S3610 and DFARS 231.205-79 (CARES Act S3610 Implementation and subsequent FAQs).