Join the National Contract Management Association, Battlefield – Dulles on February 15
Contractor Business Systems Rules: Clauses were added to the DFARS last year incorporating standards a contractor must meet for the Government to consider a business system acceptable. The discussion will include a brief description of each covered business system as well as: examples of the application of the rule, business system audit priorities and changes in audit programs, and practical tips all contractors must follow to maintain acceptable business systems.
- Date: February 15, 2013, 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM EDT
- Speakers: Aronson’s Nicole M. Mitchell and Tom Marcinko
- Where: Westfields Business Park – Conference Center, 15000 Conference Center Dr. Chantilly, VA 20151
Join L2 Federal Resources on February 28
Attributes of an Adequate Accounting System: Failure to maintain an accounting system that lives up the federal government’s standards could spell big trouble for government contractors. Having an “acceptable accounting system” in the eyes of the government means satisfying more than 18 stipulations and compliance can be tricky for even the most prepared contractors.
- Date: February 28, 2013, 1:00 PM EDT
- Speakers: Nicole M. Mitchell and Brian Bender
- Where: Via Webinar
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