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About ReliAscent LLC

ReliAscent LLC provides consulting services in two main areas: government accounting systems compliance and operation and government contract compliance and management.

Our services vary, from setting up compliant systems to evaluating systems for adequacy, government requirements, training and actually operating company's systems on an outsourced basis.

The scope of services provided is variable depending upon the clients' needs and desires.


5710 Flatiron Pkwy, Suite B
Boulder, CO 80301

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Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Is your accounting system compliant with DCAA and other government requirements? Visit the Tech Biz website ( and download the DCAA checklist for a quick check or call Tech BizSolutions and ask about an Adequacy Audit of your system today. Or, if you don't have a compliant system, call the experts at Tech BizSolutions to have them help you set up (and operate if you choose) a fully compliant system.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Many small businesses that need a DCAA compliant accounting system try to run them using their normal accountant and/or bookkeeper. While all of the government requirements are public documents, there is such a large number of inter-mingled documents that you really need a bookkeeper and accountant that have experience with the government "maze". To allow your normal accountant/bookeeper to "learn on the job" is expensive and to hire your own person is "expensive". Why not let Tech BizSolutions do this with our team of experts on an outsorced basis?

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Before you hire a professional to help you with your government accounting system you should ask a few basic questions:
1) How many years of experience do you have in following the Federal Acqusition Regulations?
2) Have you supported an accounting system through a successful DCAA audit? How many times have you done this?
Before looking for help in managing government contracts you should ask:
1) What kind of contract management certifications does your staff have?
2) How long has your staff been involved in managing government contracts? What types of contracts have they managed?

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