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Nov 11, 2020
Gov't Contract Challenges Faced by Commercial and Non-Traditional Healthcare Companies- Session 3 - Healthcare Series
Compliance for Healthcare Contractors
Government Contract Challenges Faced by Commercial and Non-Traditional Healthcare - Session 3 - Compliance for Healthcare Contractors Series- Noon - 1 pm EDT - Wednesday November 11th Description: Healthcare companies bring their commercial services and practices to the world of government contracting and then find themselves confronted with a myriad of complex compliance requirements. Upon award of a government contract, one of the most common challenges is, how does a company protect the business at large from having to turn into government contractor as a result of the compliance requirements brought on by that contract? During this webinar we will explore this and other government contract challenges faced by healthcare companies. Learning Objectives: - Learn how to identify and mitigate risks associated with intercompany transfers - Gain an understanding of how to navigate subcontractor relationships - Discuss best practices to help your organization overcome the most common pitfalls
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Nov 10, 2020
Election Results Update, Tax Impacts of Remote working and Yearend Planning for Gov't Contractors
Get the latest on the presidential election results and the most recent updates on 2020 stimulus bills including what the new administration is saying about their tax plan. As many businesses have transitioned to teleworking due to the pandemic, businesses should take a close look and consider the potential federal and state tax implications of telework models for 2020 and the future. Join us for this webinar as our government contracting, tax, and governmental affairs professionals provide insights on the business implications of the most profound election and practical strategies for federal and state tax planning. After completing this webinar, you will have learned about the following:  Election results  Considerations for tax and other rulings impacting government contracting businesses  Impacts of remote working environments for state filing  Understanding the new administrations tax strategy
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Nov 4, 2020
The Government Contracts Landscape for Healthcare and Life Sciences - Session 2 - Compliance for Healthcare Contractors
Compliance for Healthcare Contractors
The Government Contracts Landscape for Healthcare and Life Sciences - Session 2 - Compliance for Healthcare Contractors - Noon - 1 pm EDT - Wednesday November 4th Description: The Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA), the Department of Defense (DoD), HHS, and other federal agencies purchase large quantities of these goods and services, and the contracting landscape that exists to reach these substantial customers is often confusing. In this session, attendees will learn about the many different contracting methods and a number of the different contract vehicles that the federal government relies upon to procure healthcare and healthcare-related services, pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices, and medical supplies. Learning Objectives: - Learn about the different contract vehicles and contract types the government relies upon to procure healthcare-related products and services, to include the VA FSS program, VA's Med-Surg Prime Vendor (MSPV) program, DoD's E-CAT system, and other federal contracts and grants (a deeper dive into some of these contract vehicles and types will take place in additional training sessions that are planned as part of this series) - Gain an understanding of the types of healthcare-related products and services that the federal government procures, and which types of contracts they generally rely upon for those procurements - Gain a high-level understanding of some of the requirements and opportunities associated with these contract types and vehicles
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Oct 29, 2020
The FPS Federal GovCon Quarterly Brief - Number 3
Description: Join FPS and Holland & Knight and get up to speed on the latest- on the most recent challenges and the ever-changing environment impacting the contractor and the industry as a whole. This update will bring you a high-level look at developments that impact the government contracting community. From new cybersecurity and supply chain requirements to protests, the industry continues to evolve and the need to understand those developments and their impacts becomes more critical. You can be certain it will be timely and relevant. During this session we will look at (learning objectives): -Areas of increased regulation and scrutiny -Cases and protests and how decisions will change -The intersection of politics and government contracting -What to expect in the quarter to come
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Oct 28, 2020
Government Contract Compliance Overview - Session 1 - Compliance for Healthcare Contractors Series
Compliance for Healthcare Contractors
Government Contract Compliance Overview - Session 1 - Compliance for Healthcare Contractors Noon - 1 pm EDT - Wednesday October 28th Description: While some companies have experience dealing with government contracts and grants, many organizations are starting to navigate federal funding compliance requirements for the first time to support the elimination of the coronavirus as well as support strategic healthcare initiatives. This webinar dives into the basics of government contract compliance and addresses the common questions raised by life science and healthcare companies. Learning objectives: - Gain a better understanding of the federal contracting environment - Discuss the most common compliance requirements that contractors should be aware of - Learn about the various ways that the Government provides oversight to the contractor community
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Oct 15, 2020
2020 GAUGE Report - Leveraging Technology to Optimize your Business
To help government contractors maintain success and thrive through the current COVID-19 pandemic, CohnReznick and Unanet have again collaborated to create the 4th annual benchmarking survey report. Known as the GAUGE Report, this essential resource covers five key categories: Government Contract Compliance, Accounting, Utilization, Growth, and Efficiencies. Join us as we share highlights from the 2020 Report to help you improve your operations as we focus this year on leveraging technology to optimize business operations. Learning Objectives (After completing this webinar, you will have learned):  DCAA audit trends for future compliance requirements  Financial management best practices to stay competitive  Market trends to assist with creating and modifying business strategies  Best practices for optimizing technology
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Oct 2, 2020
Opportunities for COVID Response Funding
During this webinar, panelists from BDO; Rogers, Joseph O'Donnell; and SMI will discuss areas of increased COVID-19 response funding and how fundamental government contracting considerations may be implicated in the unique circumstances of emergency response contracting. They'll also help you identify opportunities and share best practices for meeting the federal government's needs in these areas. Topics will include: USG  Federal Spending Update  Funding agencies  Funding opportunities  Defense Production Act (SMI - Mark Gilman)  Congressional programmatic adds (SMI - David Visi)  Best practices NGO  Funding organizations  Funding opportunities Contracting Considerations  Competition requirements/challenges  Liability  Claims Learning Objectives: After completing this webinar you will have a better understanding of the following: - areas of increased COVID-19 response funding; - how fundamental government contracting considerations may be implicated in the unique circumstances of emergency response contracting; - and be able to identify opportunities and share best practices for meeting the federal government's needs in these areas
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Oct 1, 2020
Procurement University - Accounting System Requirements - 2020 Series
Procurement University - 2020
Procurement University: Session 7 Accounting System Requirements Description: 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. Learning Objectives: By the end of the webinar you should be able to:  Understand a pre-award accounting system survey and its purpose in the federal-award process.  Identify the objective of the accounting business system and its common criteria.  Apply the accounting system adequacy attributes to real-world examples.  Recognize which accounting subsystems are covered in the Defense Contract Audit Manual (DCAM).  Be aware of potential issues when implementing new accounting systems.
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Sep 29, 2020
How to Prepare for Compliance Audits Under Grants and Cooperative Agreements
Grants and Cooperative Agreements for Government Contractors
Series Description: Each year the Federal government issues more funding as grants and cooperative agreements than contracts. This trend has accelerated in the past year and seen increased media attention due to the COVID-19 crisis and the race for a vaccine and other treatments. As the Federal funding landscape continues to evolve more traditional government contractors have learned to leverage grants and cooperative agreements to their advantage. In this series, we will introduce you to grants and cooperative agreement funding, discuss the relevant post award compliance considerations, and teach you how to prepare for successful post award compliance audits. Webinar Description: This is the third and final of three webinars in the series. : In this session, we will examine subpart F of 2 CFR 200 and discuss the post award audit requirements associated with grants and cooperative agreements. We will examine the Compliance Supplement and how it is used by auditors during the audit. We will review the most common audit procedures used and discuss how an organization can prepare in advance to help ensure a successful compliance audit. Learning Objectives: By the end of this session, students will be familiar with the audit requirements associated with grants and cooperative agreements. Students will have an understanding of how organizations have received non-compliance findings in the past and what the best practices are the help ensure their organization does not have any findings. Presenter: Dan Durst
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Sep 22, 2020
Post Award Compliance for Grants and Cooperative Agreements
Grants and Cooperative Agreements for Government Contractors
Series Description: Each year the Federal government issues more funding as grants and cooperative agreements than contracts. This trend has accelerated in the past year and seen increased media attention due to the COVID-19 crisis and the race for a vaccine and other treatments. As the Federal funding landscape continues to evolve more traditional government contractors have learned to leverage grants and cooperative agreements to their advantage. In this series, we will introduce you to grants and cooperative agreement funding, discuss the relevant post award compliance considerations, and teach you how to prepare for successful post award compliance audits. Webinar Description: This is the second of three webinars in the series. In this session, we will focus on the post award compliance requirements associated with grants and cooperative agreements. We will examine subpart D of 2 CFR 200 and discuss some of the key differences between compliance for grants vs. contracts. Our focus will be on the high-risk business functions including procurement, time and effort reporting, travel, property management, financial reporting, and subaward administration. Lastly, we will discuss best practices for compliance with the post award compliance requirements associated with grants and cooperative agreements, including recommended policies and procedures. Learning Objectives: By the end of this session, students will be familiar with the post award compliance requirements associated with grants and cooperative agreements. Students will also be prepared to adopt organizational practices that will help ensure successful post award performance. Presenter: Dan Durst