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Allowable and Unallowable Costs in Government Contracts
This program by Dr. Louis Rosen covers the aspects of Allowable and Unallowable Costs in Government Contracting.
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An Introduction to the Cost Accounting Standards Board
This course takes you through the basics of the Cost Accounting Standards set by the Cost Accounting Standards Board. It discusses certain CAS clauses and related Federal Acquisition Regulations
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An Introduction to the Incurred Costs Submission
This program is designed to give the viewer an overview and introduce them to the Incurred Cost Submission (ICS) used in Government Contracting.
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Audit Compliance With Workflow Automation
Are you in compliance with the regulations and standards set by the agencies you do business for? Have you failed an audit because of poor internal controls or documentation? This course is designed to guide you into business process documentation and automation as a means to consistently provide audit support with faced with compliance auditor requests.
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Basics of Government Contract Accounting
Discover the role of accounting in government contracts. Understand the key cost accounting standards requirements and regulations. Determine the requirements to business and accounting systems.
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Commercial Item Determination
Procurement University - 2017
FAR Part 12 regulates commercial item acquisition. Selling a commercial item to the Federal Government sounds easy right? Wrong. The Federal Government wants to make sure it is getting a fair and reasonable price and when buying they want to ensure it is a commercially available item. This session will cover what is determines something to be a commercial item and how price analysis is conducted effectively. 90 Minutes
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Cost Allocation 101
During this one hour webinar, we will review key regulatory compliance and industry best practices in dealing with the allocation of indirect costs.
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CPSR - Current Issues and Hot Topics - Sep 30 2015
98% of firms will not pass their initial CPSR which could result in losing the competitive marketing advantage and cash flow impact. This webinar provides a real time and comprehensive overview of key elements auditors look for in a CPSR. Join us for this webcast as Jeffery White of JA White and Associates discusses the latest and greatest issues related to Contractors Purchasing System Reviews.
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CPSR Current Issues and Hot Topics - March 2015
Contractors Purchasing Systems Review is an important step for all contractors. Understand the importance and reasons for it.
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CPSR: What You Need to Have in Place to Pass a Purchasing System Review
Join industry expert Chase Kunk for an overview on Contractor Purchasing System Reviews, including system elements that must be in place to successfully pass a purchasing system review.
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DCAA Audit Hot Topics - 2015
Chad Braley of Capital Edge Consulting provides an update and overview of current "Hot Topics" related to contracting with the federal government and interacting with the DCAA. The webinar is intended for professionals in the areas of accounting, compliance, finance, and program or contract management.
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Demystifying the CPSR: Podcast
Join our presenters as they "Demystify the CPSR" with an informative discussion with answers to questions like: "Can you describe the government's evaluation of a purchasing system?" and, "We hear about FAR Part 44 as the go-to-regulation. Are there other regulations of value to this process?"
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FAR Parts 12 and 16 - Commercial Items and Types of Contracts
Foundations of the FAR
This session of the Fundamentals of the FAR program will cover Parts 12 and 16 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Steven Tomanelli, instructor of the FAR Workshop for Federal Publications Seminars and author of the Annotated FAR, FAR Desk Reference and DFARs Desk Reference, will cover the acquisition of commercial items (Part 12) and discuss the use of commercial item as preference by the government. Mr. Tomanelli will also discuss Types of Contracts (Part 16) - Fixed-Price; Cost-Reimbursement; Incentive; Indefinite-Delivery; Time and Materials, Labor-Hour, and Letter Contracts; and Agreements. Upon completion, you will have a better understanding of the FAR and its impact to both government contractors and government procurement professionals. CPE/CLE credit for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.
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Government Contract Accounting and Pricing Foundation
Procurement University - 2017
This introductory session will provide the foundation of the next 11 sessions. We will cover topics including the acquisition life cycle, key stakeholders in contracting as well as the legal and regulatory framework. Discussion of key terms and acronyms will assist you for the duration of the series.
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Government Contract Accounting and Pricing Foundation
2018 Procurement University Online
This introductory session of the Procurement University series will provide the foundation of the next 9 sessions. We will cover topics including the acquisition life cycle, key stakeholders in contracting as well as the legal and regulatory framework. Discussion of key terms and acronyms will assist you for the duration of the series.
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How to Prepare Today for Your Next CPSR
The object of this session is to discuss immediate practical steps that your firm can take to improve your opportunity to obtain an approved purchasing system. Even though most firms will not pass their initial CPSR, proactive corrective actions taken prior to the review will reduce the amount of post-review activities. During this webinar, J.A. White & Associates Inc. provides practical steps that your firm can leverage today.
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Life Cycle of an Indirect Cost Rate Proposal
This webinar will trace and explain the process from contractor submission of the indirect cost rate proposal through the initial test of DCAA's adequacy checklist, the audit or non-audit (DCAA's low risk sampling plan), DCAA's new urgency in completing the audits, typical audit issues/issue resolution, and contractor actions after finally getting a rate agreement letter.
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Practical Lessons in Defending and Litigating Defective Pricing Audits
Applying over 30 years of Government and private law firm experience in defective pricing, this course zeros in on lessons learned from these avoidable errors.
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Preparing for an Incurred Cost Submission
Presented by Chad Braley of Capital Edge Consulting, this webinar is a discussion on the Incurred Cost Submission including the format, requirements, schedules and the all-important ICS due date.
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Ten Steps to Secure Final Payment in Government Contracts
A webcast exploring key practices in securing final payment upon contract closeout.
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Top Ten Elements Contractors Must Know About Cost Principles
A program covering core elements government contractors should know about cost principles.
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Truthful Cost or Pricing Data
2018 Procurement University Online
A negotiated contract (or procurement) allows the government to select a contractor on criteria other than solely a formal price competition. The FAR provides guidance for conducting these types of procurements. Only certain contract types can be used such as fixed price, incentive or cost-reimbursement. In this FPSOnline webinar session, learn how these types of contracts can be both a challenge and an opportunity for contractors. 90 Minutes.
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Understanding the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data's Application to Subcontractors
The intent of our session is to discuss the actual applications of the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data requirement as it relates to suppliers and subcontractors. In doing so, we will discuss the following: When does Truthful Cost or Pricing Data apply?  What are the exceptions?  What are the responsibilities of by Government, the prime contractor, and the subcontractor as they relate to this requirement?  What are some of the pitfalls associated with the requirement?