Learn "2015 Updated Essential Accounting Practices for Federal Contractors" with the Government Contracting Institute

Top Quote This February, join the Government Contracting Institute for an advanced class designed to fill in the gaps of attendees' knowledge of federal accounting practices. End Quote
  • Baltimore, MD (1888PressRelease) December 30, 2014 - The Government Contracting Institute will hold "2015 Updated Essential Accounting Practices for Federal Contractors" on February 11, 2015 at the bwtech ( @ ) UMBC Research Park in Baltimore, Maryland dot The class runs from 8:30am to 4:00pm and includes breakfast, lunch, and networking opportunities dot Attendees of this class can expect to learn advanced accounting practices from experts who know accounting with the federal government dot To learn more about this class please visit www dot GovernmentContractingInstitute dot com dot

    Federal accounting regulations change constantly. If contractors are not keeping up with all the new DCAA, DCMA, DFARS compliance requirements and recent court rulings that affect businesses they are putting themselves at a disadvantage. "2015 Updated Essential Accounting Practices for Federal Contractors" aims to impart valuable insight and competencies in the requirements and implementation of an Approved Accounting System, types of contracts and the risks and rewards of each, requirements of Cost Accounting Systems (CAS), understanding FAR 31 distinctions, requirements for written policies procedures, what to expect in audits and floor checks, metrics for key performance indicators, and the current actions in the federal marketplace.

    Instructing this class are three accounting professionals with years of combined experience. Barbara Morgan, director of Aronson's Government Contract Services Group, provides consulting services to help government contractors navigate federal accounting challenges. Stephen T. Swales, a partner in Aronson LLC's Government Contract Services Group, leads the systems and outsourcing practices and has over 30 years of experience implementing systems for government contractors. Aaron Solar, senior technical consulting for Aronson's Government Contract Services Group, provides technical consulting services in support of Deltek CGS Premier software and Cognos Impromptu for clients.

    To register for this class or to learn more about the instructors email GovernmentContractingInstitute ( @ ) TargetGov dot com, visit www dot GovernmentContractingInstitute dot com or call 443-543-5067 dot

    About The Government Contracting Institute:
    The Government Contracting Institute, established in 2013 by bwtech ( @ ) UMBC and TargetGov at bwtech ( @ ) UMBC's Research Park, is a series of courses designed to help businesses at all experience levels see success in the federal government marketplace. It offers the opportunity to receive instruction from leaders in the government contracting market on topics that will help companies fast-track market entry. For more information about the course, contact TargetGov at 443-543-5067, email info@targetgov.com, or visit www.GovernmentContractingInstitute.com.

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