Our mission is your success.
Turn10 specializes in nothing but the government contracting industry. We have the knowledge, best practices and unique experiences to help you with your current challenges and prepare you for the challenges ahead. We've gained this knowledge by working in the industry as CFO's and Controllers for companies ranging in size from the startup to the multi-million dollar large businesses. From the small fast growing government contractor with limited resources to invest in infrastructure, to the large business with special projects that keep getting put back on the shelf due to lack of resources, Turn10 has the solution.
We provide that extra horsepower when you need it most.
- Finance executive level support
- Compliance reviews
- Financial Process Improvement
- Forward Pricing and Indirect Rate Pool design
- Assistance with DCAA matters
- Cost Proposal management
- Deltek implemenation and "re"implemenation
What's in a name?
In racing, the last turn in a series is the most important. The strategy you utilize entering and exiting a turn determines whether you overtake or are overtaken by your competition. So why Turn 10? At Summit Point Raceway turn 10 is the last turn before the long straight. How well you are able to get through the 9 turns before turn 10 can be the difference between winning and losing. Turn10 was founded to provide resources to the Government Contractor to help them position themselves for success.
Any experienced racer will tell you that they didn't learn anything going straight, it's all the twists and turns where they learned how to drive to win.
News & Events
March 21, 2011 - We've moved! Turn10 recently moved offices to 6430 Rockledge Drive, Suite 220 in Bethesda, Maryland.
September 7, 2010 - Check out the MACPA Government Contractor Committee's response to the interim rule FAR 2008-039. Click here.
July 8, 2010 - Government releases an interim rule entitled "Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards" under FAR 52.204-10. Once fully phased in all Prime Contractors will be required to report first-tier subcontract data on first-tier subcontract awards of $25,000 or more. Currently, this data must be reported if the award (including all options) was $20M or more. This rule also requires the Prime Contractor to report the compensation of the top 5 executives. The rule further defines executives as officers, managing partners, or any other employees in management positions. This rule is open for comment but has been placed into effect on July 8, 2010 without public comment. This rule is certain to impact many small and large government contractors. Stay tuned for more details. For a copy of the interim ruling click here.