Jul 9, 2018 1:00-2:30 PM EDT
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CPE, CLE Accredited
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.

SESSION 3
This is session 3 of 12 in the FPS CAS series. This webinar will cover CAS 403 and 405 which includes the following subjects of: allocation of home office expenses to segments (403) and accounting for unallowable costs (405).
About Our Experts
  • Ryan Koenitzer
    CPA, President, RKI
    Ryan Koenitzer, CPA, leads RKI, a U.S. Government Contracts practice and CPA firm dedicated to assisting U.S. Government contractors with their accounting and compliance needs. Mr. Koenitzer has over 14 years experience in government contract cost accounting, pricing, interpretation and application of federal contract regulatory compliance requirements including the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), USG business system design and implementation, and internal audit services. He advises clients on a wide range of financial and compliance risks and other regulatory requirements related to U. S. government contracts. He has served clients in the aerospace and defense, architectural and engineering, construction, manufacturing, energy, transportation and technology industries across various Government agencies (e.g., DoD, DOE, etc.).
    University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Bachelor, Accounting