2017 Financial Forum Series

new-tax-picture

Dentons’ Government Contracts practice and the Public Contracting Institute (PCI) present a monthly webinar series offering practical advice and CLE credit. Each session will take an in-depth look at topics such as cost accounting compliance, cost and pricing trends, contractor best practices and more. The current schedule of dates and topics is below.

Contractors and government practitioners alike will benefit from this informative and exciting webinar series.

 
Every second Tuesday of the month
12–1 p.m. ET

January 10: Subcontract and vendor cost allowability and related issues

February 14: Final indirect cost rate proposals: auditor focus areas, trends and best practices

March 14: Selected FAR cost principles, Part 1: compensation, legal, consulting, organization, restructuring, tangible and intangible capital asset costs

April 11: Selected FAR cost principles, Part 2: IR&D, B&P, selling, advertising, public relations costs, other business development costs

May 9: Cost estimating and truthful cost or pricing data requirements

June 13: Cost reasonableness and travel and relocation cost allowability

September 12: Managing internal investigations into accounting matters: mandatory disclosures

October 10: CAS overview and best practices

November 14: Termination cost recovery

December 12: TBD

Register now for the 2017 Financial Forum Series. All sessions are complimentary for Dentons clients.

Each webinar will provide CLE credit and will be recorded and available online.

For more information, please contact Sofia Abraham Mendoza at sofia.mendoza@dentons.com.

[Register now]

Dentons Government Contracts Group

About Dentons Government Contracts Group

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.

Full bio