Feb 28, 2019 12-1 PM EST
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Government contractors must consider traditional accounting functions provided by most accounting software along with the litany of compliance expectations required by their federal government customers.

In this webinar session, we will cover critical evaluation factors for small business accounting software selection. We will contrast two typical small business paths involving the various types of government acquisition methods (GSA/OTA/FAR 12, and FAR Part 15 Contracts) and discuss the compliance hurdles that companies will encounter along the way as well as key features/tools that you should be looking for when evaluating software offerings. This webinar is sponsored by NeoSystems and presented by Asa Gilliland of Redstone Consulting.

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NeoSystems delivers strategic back office services to over 500 government contractors, from small companies through federal divisions of large corporations. We provide industry experts for implementations and upgrades, day-to-day accounting, hosting, financial planning, and reporting. At NeoSystems, our clients leverage best-in-class software including Deltek Costpoint and GCS Premier. With Neo, our clients benefit from our secure, private, redundant cloud that is SSAE-16 SOC 1 & SOC 2, PCI-DSS, MA 201, HIPAA, and ITAR compliant. - See more at neosystemscorp.com.
About Our Experts
  • Asa Gilliland
    Director, Redstone Government Consulting
    Asa is a Director with Redstone Government Consulting, Inc. and provides contract compliance services to small and large companies contracting with the U.S. Government. Asa has assisted contractors all over the U.S., as well as worked with clients in Europe, Australia and the Middle East and specializes in DCAA audit compliance and accounting information systems. He frequently serves as a compliance resource to 8(a), HUBZone, SDVOSB, tribally-owned and other small business designation clients and has served as the technical lead in proposal cost-volume preparation, responses to DCAA audit issues and crafting of corrective action plans in response to government issues, and development of complex cost accounting structures.
    Education
    Mr. Gilliland has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Alabama-Huntsville along with a BSBA in Accounting from the University of Alabama-Huntsville.