Don’t let time, expense audit, compliance requirements undermine contracting opportunities

May 26, 2021

Federal contractors face uncertainty on many fronts. Most prominently, an ongoing global health crisis, a worsening economic recession, and government instability coalesced to create a challenging economic environment. Read full story >

Do You Need Original Receipts for Expense Reporting?

May 13, 2021

People still ask, “Do you need original receipts for expense reporting?” By “original receipts,” they usually mean physical receipts or paper receipts. Regardless of how you refer to them, the short answer is thankfully, “No!” Read full story >

Three Priorities to Help Associations Thrive Post-Pandemic

April 26, 2021

The new normal is pushing associations to adapt and improve. Focusing on outcomes-based efficiencies, embracing transparency and value, and maximizing resources will help your organization succeed. Read full story >

What Should a Time Tracking App Do?

April 22, 2021

What should a time tracking app do? It depends on what you do. Read full story >

Is it Time to Start Thinking About Bringing Employees Back to the Office?

March 23, 2021

The United States has ramped up vaccinations to 2.5 million per day. States are relaxing restrictions. Schools are opening their doors. Fear seems to be receding. Employers of remote workers see a business boom coming and are restless to bring their people back. Read full story >

Value, accountability, and excellence: three priorities for NGOs and intentional aid nonprofits

March 14, 2021

International aid organizations are in the midst of a fundamental and monumental shift. Although more traditional metrics, like eliminating poverty, providing stable housing and advocating for personal safety, remain important pillars of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and nonprofits, the ... Read full story >