This FREE webinar will offer attendees an overview of a Contractor’s Purchasing System Review (CPSR).
Schedule I is the most important part of the Incurred Cost Submission and is the single area of great interest for the Government and its auditors. This VLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, the importance of Schedule I, and how to resolve potential issues.
This FREE webinar will offer attendees an overview of multiple ways to retrieve data from Costpoint beyond the standard PDF reports.
A White paper by John Shire, Director & Lynne Nalley, Director
Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) is structured significantly differently than OMB Guidance 2 CFR Part 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (i.e., Grants and Cooperative Agreement).
A Case Study by John Shire & Lynne Nalley
In this case study: Redstone GCI explains three scenarios to illustrate how to understand 2 CFR 200 requirements related to subrecipients vs. contractors.
Schedule K is one of the most important parts of the Incurred Cost Submission and is an area of great interest for the Government and its auditors. This VLOG will briefly explain the Incurred Cost Submission, how to complete Schedule K, and the importance of Schedule K.
This FREE webinar will offer attendees an overview of interrelationship between requirements set forth in the Federal Acquisition Regulations Part 31 and the Cost Accounting Standards.
This FREE webinar will offer attendees an overview of the individual schedules of the Incurred Cost Submission and provide specific information to the importance of each. If you have the Allowable Cost and Payment Clause (FAR 52.216-7) within your contracts, you are required to complete an ICS within 6 months of your fiscal year end. This presentation by Mrs. Basden will assist you in understanding your ICS obligations and compliance requirements. Let’s get a jump on your submission early!
This FREE webinar will offer attendees an overview of some of the challenges that contractors will be facing in FY 2022 related to changes in government funding of types of contracts, regulations and areas government auditors are concentrating on.
A Whitepaper by John C. Shire, CPA, Director, Redstone GCI & Asa Gilliland, President & Director, Redstone Government Consulting
Based on DCAA’s track record of disregarding its own guidance on what are acceptable accounting methods for contractors incurring potentially significant amounts of uncompensated overtime, DCAA is very likely to see the risk sufficient to report what they see as a non-compliance as a significant deficiency and therefore recommend system disapproval and the implementation of a withhold.