2016 Financial Forum Series

Join Dentons government contracts lawyers for a Public Contracting Institute (PCI) webinar series involving the most current industry analysis in government contract cost accounting from a team of leaders in the field with unparalleled experience. For both contracting officials and private practitioners, these exclusive webinars offer the latest developments, hot topics and the unique opportunity to “ask the authorities.”

Second Tuesday of the month

12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET

January 12 – Pricing requests for equitable adjustment and pursuing claims

February 9 – Subcontractor, travel and legal cost reasonableness

March 8 – Preventing, investigating and reporting accounting issues: The mandatory disclosure rule

April 12 – Incurred cost submissions and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) audits: Strategies, trends and areas of focus

May 10 – Compensation cost allowability: Select compensation costs

June 14 – Principles of fiscal law and government contracts-related funding issues

September 13 – Application of cost accounting standards (CAS) and modified CAS coverage: CAS 401, 402, 405 and 406

October 11– Full-CAS coverage: Disclosure statements and allocation of direct and indirect, home office, general and administrative (G&A) and selected costs

November 8 – Developments in cost and pricing issues: A year in review

For more information, or if you would like to attend a course (complimentary to Dentons’ clients), please reach out to Sofia Abraham Mendoza at sofia.mendoza@dentons.com. All webinars offer CLE credit. They are recorded and available to watch online for one year after the live date.

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Operating at the intersection of law, business and government, the Dentons’ Government Contracts practice delivers creative, flexible and effective business and litigation solutions and strategies, relying not only on our breadth and depth of experience, but also on our proven history of succeeding in the most complex and difficult circumstances.

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