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This 12-part Webinar Series focuses on contract accounting, audits and compliance and is designed to enhance your knowledge over an 8 month span without being too overwhelming. Each session is 90 minutes long and taught by leading experts in the industry. You'll have the opportunity to participate through interaction with the instructors. This Webinar Series is perfect for professionals with all levels of experience. We'll start with foundational subject matter and end with risk mitigation and best practices. You will earn CPE credits if you attend the live sessions. $795 per person for the entire series. Sync your entire team with consistent training administered at the same time! Cost for this entire webinar series for groups is $2,995. Call 888.494.3696 for more information on group pricing.
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Session 4 of 12 in Procurement University. 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.... more
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Session 6 of 12. So what is an "allowable cost"? FAR Part 31.205 (Selected Costs) discusses this sometimes mis-understood and confusing area. There are 46 sup-parts including advertising costs, bad debts, cost of money, depreciation, manufacturing costs, etc. Learn about these unique costs and whether they are allowable or unallowable.
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This session will focus on the pricing issues related to a negotiated contract. We will discuss Table 15.2, DCAA's criteria for a negotiated cost based contract, challenges in subcontract pricing and the DFARs Checklist. Earn CPE credits if you attend this webinar live.
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This presentation will address significant topics for estimating system compliance. Topics will include an overview of the DFARS estimating system rule, key estimating system audit and compliance issues, best practices for managing system adequacy challenges. This Webinar is perfect for professionals in the field of Accounting, Compliance, Purchas... more
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Session 9 of 12. In this session, we will discuss Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and full and modified CAS covered contracts. You will learn about the most important standards and applicability as well as CAS administration issues such as changes to cost accounting practices. 90 Minutes Earn CPE credits if you attend this webinar live.
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Session 10 of 12 of Procurement University. In this session, we will discuss additional CAS requirements and take a deep dive into the disclosure statements that may be required. We will also cover DCAA's and DCMA's audit and review processes. 90 Minutes
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This FPS Procurement University session will focus on the reviews and audits conducted by the DCMA and DCAA. Learn about the audit process, their intent and the reporting requirements. We will touch on pro-active steps you can take to ensure a smooth audit process.
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In this final session of Procurement University 2017, we will wrap up the series with discussion on contract compliance risk management and discuss industry best practices.
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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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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... more
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A negotiated contract (or procurement) allows the government to select a contractor without a formal price competition. However, it has a set of rules one must follow and only certain contract types can be used such as fixed price, incentive or cost-reimbursement. In this session learn how these types of contracts can be both a challenge and an... more
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Session 5 of 12. 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... more