In your role as a government contracting executive, keeping pace with the ever-evolving government contracting compliance rules, regulations, and oversight can be daunting. We've designed this program to help understand and demystify the quagmire of changes made over the past year to the contracting rules and regulations. This will help you evaluate the risks you need to be aware of as you lead your organization forward and provide best practices to overcome those risks. Join us for our informative annual update as we continue to provide in-depth commentary and insights from leading professionals in the marketplace on the past year’s changes and current hot topics important to your organization.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Recognize trending DCAA audit challenges.
- Identify current issues and challenges associated with resolving open DCAA audit issues.
- Describe Cost Accounting Standards updates and best practices to help you meet government auditor expectations.
- Explain the latest requirements and challenges when pricing Equitable Adjustments.
- Discuss elements of most current legal decisions that may impact corporate strategies.
- Recall the new draft CMMC regulation and guidance.
- Detail trending indirect rate strategies and assessments.
8.00 CPE Credit (pending approval)
Up to 8 CPE credits (pending approval) in the Accounting (Governmental) field of study may be awarded upon verification of participant attendance, during live broadcast.Fields of Study
Who's This For
Individuals in the government contracting sector
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