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New!  A U.S. CONTRACTOR'S GUIDE TO RISK ASSESSMENT

This 1-day course will provide a common framework for risk assessment and how it can be applied to current and evolving compliance risk. Attendees will learn about the different types of risk, the concept of materiality, applications, law and rules, as well as what the DFARs says about risk. Topics will include:

-- How does risk matter to me? 
-- A Risk Framework:  COSO
-- Example Application (class-led)
-- Defining U.S. Government compliance risk
-- Designing Effective Internal Controls
-- Example Application (instructor led)
-- Current and Emerging Risks in USG Compliance
-- Monitoring of U.S. Government Compliance


WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 
Contract professionals that work in accounting and cost functions, risk managers, compliance professionals, finance managers, finance directors, corporate counsel.
Dates and Locations
August 22, 2018
DC Metro Area - TBA
Washington, DC
$950
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A U.S. Government Contractor's Guide to Risk Assessment
DAILY SCHEDULE
Day 1
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Morning Session
·         How does risk matter to me? 
o   WHY does this matter to me and my job?
o   WHEN does this matter to me?
o   HOW does my company assess these risks today?
·         A Risk Framework:  COSO
o   Common framework for understanding
o   U.S. Government and commercial
o   Key Concepts
o   Monitoring benefits
·         Example Application (class-led)
o   Class identified risks
o   Application of COSO
·         Defining U.S. Government compliance risk
o   Terms and conditions, Laws and Regulations, etc.
o   Risk spectrum
o   Concept of materiality in compliance
 
Afternoon Session
·         Designing Effective Internal Controls
o   Preventive vs. detective
o   Key control identification
·         Example Application (instructor led)
o   DFARS Business Systems
o   Laws and Regulations
·         Current and Emerging Risks in USG Compliance
o   New rules and regulations
o   New enforcement mechanisms
o   Evolving trends/interpretations of the U.S. Government
·         Monitoring of U.S. Government Compliance
·         Group Forum

 
Ryan Koenitzer, RKI Accounting
Ryan Koenitzer, CPA, leads RKI Accounting, 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.  

Ryan 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.).

Prior to establishing RKI, Mr. Koenitzer worked with KPMG, Navigant Consulting, and Baker Tilly specializing in their risk advisory groups, specifically services benefitting U.S. Government contractors.
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CPE HOURS
This Program is eligible for: 6 (CPE) hours of credit
Program Level: n/a
Program Prerequisite: n/a
Advance Preparation: n/a
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CLP HOURS
This Program is eligible for: 6 (CLP) hours of credit
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CLE HOURS
This Program is eligible for: 5.5 (60 minutes),
DC Metro Area - TBA
TBA
Washington, DC 
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100
Basic or fundamental subject matter is covered. Courses are geared to general knowledge or can be taken as a refresher.
200
Specific topics or issues within a topic area are covered. Students should be familiar with terms of art and general concepts concerning the course topic.
300
Workshops and class discussions cover specific subject matter in-depth, and participation is strongly encouraged. Attendees should have at least 2-3 years' experience in the area of study.
400
Courses build upon students' knowledge and experience, and cover complex issues within the subject matter. Should have 4-5 years' mastery of subject for in-depth analysis.
500
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A Contractor's Guide to Risk Assessment
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