Accounting Requirements for Federal Contractors
Presented by: CCEDC and PTAC (Procurement Technical Assistance Centers) of Southeast Pennsylvania
1. Segregation of Costs
2. Unallowable Costs
3. Direct/Indirect Costs
4. Allocation Pools
5. Timekeeping Requirements
6. Financial Capability Audits and SBA Certificate of Competency
Registration is required as seating is limited!
No cost to attend training
Alexis Kirksey is the Corporate Accountant and Lead Instructor for DCAA training at CFO Leasing and a QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Ms. Kirksey facilitates DCAA compliance workshops across the country. Ms. Kirksey is responsible for assessing client’s level of compliance with the FAR, recommending accounting process improvements, and designing DCAA compliant accounting systems. She must also ensure that CFO Leasing’s corporate books are DCAA compliant. Ms. Kirksey is a graduate of The Culver Academies. She holds a B.S. in Accounting degree from Southern Polytechnic State University and a Master of Accountancy degree at Kennesaw State University.
This program is designed to assist business people in establishing an accounting system that will be found acceptable by the federal government.
Many federal contract awards are contingent upon finding that a contractor’s accounting system is sound. This includes having specific written accounting policies and an accounting system that can perform certain cost, timekeeping, and billing functions. Agencies conduct unique “financial health” audits prior to awarding some contracts.
For more information please contact Kutztown University SBDC/PTAC – Laurie Sterner, Government Procurement Specialist – email@example.com or 484-646-4005.