Thousands of contractors are subject to routine audits by DCAA every year. This webinar will focus on the highlights relative to DCAA audits, compliance and updates in 2016 that you need to know heading into 2017.
Industry experts will address recent legislation and rules impacting government contracting as well as provide valuable DCAA audit guidance and strategies to mitigate potential setbacks.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The Webinar is intended for professionals in the areas of:
- Accounting or Finance
- Compliance or Internal Audit
- Program or Contract Management
- In-house Counsel
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Upon completion of this webinar, participants should be aware of recent legislative, regulatory and DCAA audit guidance actions affecting government contract compliance and identify challenges that may be in store for 2017.
This webinar will provide some insight to 2017 and highlight changes in the past year. It is the first of an ongoing quarterly DCAA update provided to you by JAMIS Software Solutions and Federal Publications Seminars.
This program will be submitted for CPE accreditation, but has not yet been approved by NASBA or our accreditation partner, West LegalEdcenter. More information to follow after the webinar has taken place.
This webinar is presented by JAMIS Software Corporation.
About JAMIS Software Corporation
JAMIS Software Corporation is a leading provider of ERP software solutions designed specifically for government contractors and other project-focused organizations. JAMIS delivers comprehensive, intuitive, innovative and cost-effective solutions for the most respected names in government contracting. Companies large and small rely on JAMIS to provide detailed visibility into all of their projects, as well as provide the foundation for DCAA and other regulatory compliance. JAMIS helps companies connect with customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways to foster new levels of collaboration and drive profitability and growth.
|Craig Stetson, Managing Director/Government Contract Regulatory Compliance Practice
Capital Edge Consulting
Craig Stetson has over 25 years of direct experience in government contract accounting, pricing, subcontract management, regulatory and federal contract compliance, business system implementation, and internal control oversight. His industry experience includes aerospace and defense, manufacturing, construction, architecture and engineering, information and communications, higher education, and not-for-profits.
Craig is experienced in a wide range of cost accounting and regulatory compliance matters related to government contracts and grants, including claims preparation and negotiation; cost allowability; application of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and OMB Circular requirements; accounting and business systems assessment related to government contract compliance requirements, internal control sufficiency and overall self-governance; cost estimating, accounting and auditing of federal contracts and grants; and, application and interpretation of Cost Accounting Standards (CAS).
Prior to joining Capital Edge, Craig was a director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, Navigant Consulting, and KPMG. He began his career as an auditor for the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA).