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Now, more than ever before, the programs funded by the U.S. Federal Government are under incredible scrutiny. So how does a program manager keep their programs on track and get past the distractions to deliver results?
One of the key areas you should review and analyze is open commitments and obligations. Aged open commitments and obligations can negatively impact an organization’s purchasing power and audit readiness.
Achieving Army’s Joint Reconciliation Program (JRP) goals can improve utilization of available funding; lowering unfunded requirements, maximizing the Commanders purchasing power and meeting audit readiness requirements.
Maximizing your Commander’s purchasing power and preparing for audit readiness are critical for resource managers, in order to effectively fund mission requirements and operate more effectively in today’s budget constrained environment.
Kristie Steel, Senior Financial Management Subject Matter Expert, Binary Group
For government contractors, superior customer service is more important now than ever before. With budgets being cut, projects being cancelled, and shorter contract period of performances, government contractors need to ensure they deliver outcomes customers require and meet their expectations and schedule.