Live Webinars
Aug 21, 2018
1:00-2:30 PM EDT
CAS 406, 407, 408
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
August 21, 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT - This is session 5 of 12 in the FPS CAS series. This webinar will cover CAS 406, 407 and 408 which includes these subjects: cost accounting period (406); use of standard costs for direct material and direct labor (407); and accounting for costs of compensated personal absence (408). Series Description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements. Each webinar will provide the genesis of the standard, illustrating its purpose and move into specific compliance requirements of the respective Standard(s) covered. Instructors will share examples of common "pitfalls"" and highlight areas of risk contractors should be aware of in compliance with the respective Standard(s). The webinars have purposefully been grouped in a manner that will aid in understanding the inter-relationship of some Standards to others. Who should attend these sessions? We recommend this course for anyone that is interested in an introduction or refresher to CAS, or looking for practical insights from consulting and legal practitioners that work with CAS routinely.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Aug 30, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
Mechanic's Liens: Claims and Defenses
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
August 30, Noon -1pm EDT - This is Session 9 of a 14- part series on Construction. On private construction projects mechanic's liens are an important remedy in the event the owner or general contractor fails to make payment when due. This webinar covers the practical aspects of mechanic's lien claims, notice requirements whether pre-lien or contemporaneous and removing liens through the use of bonds or cash payments into court. The coverage includes the terms and coverage of lien releases including partial, final, conditional and unconditional releases, as well as the impact of pending changes on the releases given during performance. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 5, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
Taking The Mystery Out of Rights in Technical Data
Intellectual Property Series
September 5, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This is session 1 of 3 in the FPS Intellectual Property Series. The "data rights" clauses in the FAR and DFARS are some of the longest and least understood contract provisions. But if one steps back from the length of the data rights clauses and instead views them with some very simple, common-sense concepts in mind, the clauses become surprisingly easy to understand and to apply. In this Webinar, W Jay DeVecchio of Morrison & Foerster LLP will explain the basic principles of rights in technical data and clarify the common misunderstandings about who owns the rights in the data, whether the data rights clauses require delivery, when development occurs, what is private expense, who gets rights in government-funded modifications, how to alert the government to your rights and to correctly mark your data, and how to keep your engineers from inadvertently giving up your data rights. IP Series Description- coming soon
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 6, 2018
2:00-3:30 PM EDT
Indirect Costs
2018 Procurement University Online
September 6, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET - This is session 6 in the Procurement University series. Presented by Capital Edge Consulting. Session 6 of 9. Indirect Costs refers to the overhead applied to a contract. The Federal Government requires contractors to submit an annual proposal to finalize claimed indirect costs. In this program, you will learn about indirect rate structures, the Forward Pricing Rate Proposal (FPRP), DCAA's FPRP Checklist, and the final indirect cost rate proposal process. 90 Minutes. Earn CPE/CLE Credits if You Attend the Live Session CPE/CLE credits for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 7, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
CAS 410 - Allocation of Expenses to Final Cost Objectives
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
This webinar will cover CAS 410 which includes allocation of business unit general and administrative expenses to final cost objectives (410). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 12, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
Construction Contract Claims- Delay, Acceleration and Inefficiency
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
September 12, Noon -1pm EST - This is Session 10 of a 14- part series on Construction Time is money and that phrase has particular relevance to the construction project and contract claims. Whether delays are unexcused, excusable or compensable depends on an analysis of the causes of delay and the terms of the contract. This webinar discusses the causes and classifications of delay, key contract clauses allocating the risk of delays and extended performance claims as well as topics such as acceleration and inefficiency claims, concurrency, notice requirements, documentation of delay claims and presentation of the claims in dispute resolution processes. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 14, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
What is Fair & Reasonable Pricing from a Contract Audit Point of View based upon FAR 15.404-4
September 14th, Noon -1pm EDT -What is Fair & Reasonable Pricing from an Contract Audit Point of View based upon FAR 15.404-4 From a recent issue audit report from the GSA Office of the Inspector General the following statements were made: The OIG recognizes that it is the contracting officer's responsibility to negotiate and award a reasonable profit rate in accordance with the guidance provided under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 15.404-4-Profit. For presentation purposes, the OIG used a 10 percent profit rate to calculate the per audit labor rate for ABC's employees. We applied this factor because the vast majority of the sales analyzed were under T&M task orders, a contract type that typically carries a lower risk to the contractor. FAR 15.404-4 provides guidance on profit and states that T&M contracts should be treated in the same manner as cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts, which limits profit to 10 percent. In addition, our position is that subcontractor labor should be treated as a pass-through cost, and profit should not be applied to this labor type. This was then used to request a 32% reduction in rate for the labor category rates for the company. The OIG performed a cost build for the labor rates that were charged on task order contracts and independently reviewed base rates, indirect rates, & profit to determine what the actual target rate should have been. The purpose of this webinar is to look at Fair & Reasonable pricing based upon the above stated approach and cover the follow questions:  Is FAR 15.404-4 an appropriate measure of the percentage of profit?  Do you add a fee to manage subcontractor labor or is it straight pass through?  GSA Schedule pricing structures (CPL vs Market Rates) : what is the impact of true historical rates usage?  What are in your indirect rates? (Do you know)  What is defective pricing?  What are the legal ramifications of defective pricing?
Live Webinars
Sep 18, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
Emergency Preparedness 101-- Strategies for Ensuring Your Organization Is Prepared for the Unexpected
September 18, 1pm-2pm EDT - Many forward-thinking businesses and public sector organizations have some sort of an emergency plan ready to deploy when disaster strikes. However, having a plan in place is only one component of a successful emergency preparedness strategy. Will your plan work in a variety of emergency situations? That is the real question to ask. During this webinar, Eddie Velez of CohnReznick's Disaster Response and Recovery Advisory team, and formerly of FEMA, will guide you through the steps needed to create and implement an effective emergency preparedness program that will help increase resiliency and decrease disruption to your organization. Topics to be discussed will include:  Preparedness Pitfalls - Common areas in emergency preparedness that lead to unclear expectations, communication breakdown, and confusion  All-Hazards Approach to Emergency Preparedness - A five-step approach to comprehensive preparedness  A View from the Front Lines - Real life scenarios and best practices to help your organization strategically prepare for an emergency. Don't miss this opportunity to help build a culture of preparedness in your organization.
Live Webinars
Sep 20, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
Rights in Computer Software Made Easy
Intellectual Property Series
September 20, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This is session 2 of 3 in the FPS Intellectual Property Series. If you thought there were misconceptions about rights in technical data, be assured there is even greater confusion about rights in noncommercial and commercial computer software. In this Webinar, W Jay DeVecchio of Morrison & Foerster LLP will address the fundamental aspects of the software clauses, and point out the commonalities and the differences between those clauses and the technical data provisions. Key differences include the definitions of when development occurs, how one has to mark software (including software within a silicon chip), the notable absence at DOD of any clause for commercial computer software and the corresponding use under the FAR of a peculiar commercial clause. He also will discuss the proper contents of software license agreements, how one prices commercial software, and how uniquely-governmental software can be or become commercial. IP Series Description- coming soon
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Sep 27, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
Construction Claims- Preparation and Documentation
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
September 27, Noon -1pm EDT - This is Session 11 of a 14- part series on Construction Claims management is a vital aspect of private construction projects. This webinar analyzes the types of claims arising on construction projects and the methods of proof and presentation of the claims in mediation, arbitration or litigation. Issues of entitlement and quantum are covered along with the categories of cost and the records used in the factual presentation and calculation of delays and damages, the use of expert witnesses, and consideration of the contract clauses as they impact the interests of the owner, general contractor and subcontractor. The course concludes with a discussion of the substantive and procedural aspects of the claims and modifications to contract clauses to address the assignment of risk. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 4, 2018
2:00-3:30 PM EDT
Accounting System Requirements
2018 Procurement University Online
October 4, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET - This is session 7 in the Procurement University series. Presented by Capital Edge Consulting. Session 7 of 9. As a contractor, you may be subject to certain requirements related to your accounting systems. This program will cover the Pre-Award Survey of Prospective Contractor - Accounting System (Standard Form 1408) as well as the DFARS Accounting System Rule including Timekeeping, Labor Distribution and Billing. 90 Minutes Earn CPE/CLE Credits if You Attend the Live Session CPE/CLE credits for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 5, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
CAS 411 - Accounting For Acquisition Costs of Material
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
October 5, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This webinar will cover CAS 411 which includes the following subjects of: accounting for acquisition costs of material (411). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 10, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
Prosecution and Defense of Government Construction Contract Claims
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
October 10, Noon -1pm EST - This is Session 12 of a 14- part series on Construction Claims against the government on federal government construction contracts is a normal aspect of public construction projects. This webinar analyzes the types of claims arising on government construction projects and the methods of proof and presentation of the claim in mediation or litigation. Issues of entitlement and quantum are covered along with the categories of cost and the records used in the factual presentation and calculation of delays and damages, the use of expert witnesses, and consideration of the contract clauses as they impact the interests of the general contractor and subcontractor. The course concludes with a discussion of the substantive and procedural aspects of the claims and modifications to contract clauses to address the assignment of risk. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 12, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
Patents, Invention Reporting, and IP Considerations for Grants and Other Types of Agreements
Intellectual Property Series
October 12, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - Patents, Invention Reporting, and IP Considerations for Grants and Other Types of Agreements - This is session 3 of 3 in the FPS Intellectual Property Series. This webinar, led by Tina Reynolds and Locke Bell of Morrison & Foerster LLP, will explore the consequences of developing inventions using federal government funding, answering the questions who owns the IP and what rights does the government obtain? We will discuss the process for reporting inventions to the government and patenting those inventions, and the consequences of not following the rules for doing so. In addition, we will discuss unique IP considerations related to special types of government agreements - grants, cooperative agreements, and agreements using other transactions authority.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 19, 2018
1-2 PM EDT
CAS 412 and 413 - Pension Cost: Composition, Allocation, Adjustment
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
October 19, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This webinar will cover CAS 412 and 413 which includes: composition and measurement of pension cost (412); and adjustment and allocation of pension cost (413). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Oct 30, 2018
12-1 PM EDT
Performance and Payment Bonds- Liabilities, Claims and Defenses
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
October 30, Noon -1pm EDT - This is Session 13 of a 14- part series on Construction This webinar analyzes the use of performance and payment bonds on private construction projects as well as the requirements and use of those bonds on federal government construction projects. Liability of the principal and surety for performance failures in connection with performance bond claims is addressed along with the defenses of the principal and its surety. Payment bond claims, defenses to the claims, and potential modifications to the construction contract forms is analyzed in order to understand and to mitigate the risk of defective performance or non-payment. Presented by James Newland. The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Nov 1, 2018
2:00-3:30 PM EDT
Estimating System Requirements
2018 Procurement University Online
November 1, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET - This is session 8 in the Procurement University series. Presented by Capital Edge Session 8 of 9. This session on Estimating Systems will discuss impacts of estimating systems on the accounting and pricing functions. We will cover the Estimating System adequacy criteria contained in the DFARS business systems rule, and what DCAA looks for in the audit process. Earn CPE/CLE Credits if You Attend the Live Session CPE/CLE credits for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.
Live Webinars
Nov 8, 2018
1-2 PM EST
CAS 414 and 415
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
November 8, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This webinar will cover CAS 414 and 415 which includes the following subjects of: cost of money as an element of the cost of facilities capital (414), and accounting for the cost of deferred compensation (415). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Nov 15, 2018
12-1 PM EST
Changes in the Work- Key Aspects of the Public and Private Contract Changes Clauses
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
November 15, Noon -1pm EDT - This is Session 14 of a 14- part series on Construction The final installment in the construction contract webinar series, this program provides a thorough analysis of changes in the scope of the work. Coverage includes both the substantive aspects such as entitlement to a claim for additional cost or time of performance, and administrative aspects such as notice, documentation, pass-through and payment bond issues. The focus of the webinar is recognition of change events and how to mitigate the risk of delays and payment claims from the sometimes disparate perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractor. Presented by James Newland. The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
Live Webinars
Nov 20, 2018
1-2 PM EST
CAS 416 and 417
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
November 20, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This webinar will cover CAS 416 and 417 which includes the following subjects of: accounting for insurance costs (416), and cost of money as an element of the cost of capital assets under construction (417). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Dec 6, 2018
2:00-3:30 PM EST
DCAA/DCMA Reviews and Audits
2018 Procurement University Online
December 6, 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET - This is session 9 in the Procurement University series. Presented by Capital Edge Session 9 of 9. This session will provide an overview of the reviews and audits conducted by the DCMA and DCAA. Learn about the types of audits, how to address the audit process and how to deal with audit positions and written findings. 90 Minutes. Earn CPE/CLE Credits if You Attend the Live Session CPE/CLE credits for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Dec 7, 2018
1-2 PM EST
CAS 418 - Allocation of Direct and Indirect Costs
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
December 7, 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET - This webinar will cover CAS 418 which includes the following subjects of: allocation of direct and indirect costs (418). Series description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements.
CPE, CLE
Live Webinars
Dec 18, 2018
1-2 PM EST
CAS 420
Cost Accounting Standards (CAS)
December 18, 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT - Our presenter is Ryan Koenitzer of RKI. This webinar will cover CAS 420 which includes the following subjects of: accounting for independent research and development costs and bid and proposal costs (420). This webinar also includes a recap of the series. Series Description: This multi-part webinar series focuses on the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), their applicability, and compliance requirements for U.S. Government contractors. CAS is one of the most complex, and punitive, laws for contractors to contend with, whether it be for new or established contractors of the U.S. Government. Once a contractor pursues, or is awarded, a CAS covered contract, their profile, regulatory requirements, and audit interest, are immediately pronounced. Simply understanding it's applicability to your U.S. Government contract universe can be an exercise in mixed interpretation. This series breaks CAS down to its fundamental requirements in simple, relatable terms to assist contractors in understanding applicable requirements, but also practical strategies for compliance, delivered by instructors who have dedicated their careers to CAS, and related U.S. Government regulatory requirements. Each webinar will provide the genesis of the standard, illustrating its purpose and move into specific compliance requirements of the respective Standard(s) covered. Instructors will share examples of common "pitfalls"" and highlight areas of risk contractors should be aware of in compliance with the respective Standard(s). The webinars have purposefully been grouped in a manner that will aid in understanding the inter-relationship of some Standards to others. Who should attend these sessions? We recommend this course for anyone that is interested in an introduction or refresher to CAS, or looking for practical insights from consulting and legal practitioners that work with CAS routinely.
CPE, CLE