CB&H Seminar: What You Should Know About The Defense Contract Audit Agency (Fayetteville, NC 1/11 and 2/8)
Have you ever wondered … Just exactly what is “DCAA”? Who are these people who strike fear in the hearts of men at the mere mention of “DCAA”? What gives the DCAA the right to look at my financial records? What gives the DCAA the right to just show up and walk around talking to my employees? If so, then this program is for you. We will spend about an hour over two days taking a look at some basic things you should know about DCAA as you step into the government contracting arena. Register Now: Intro to DCAA – Part I Fayetteville, NC | January. Read More.
2010 Update to DCAA Hot Buttons (Virginia Beach, Virginia – 2/18/10)
CB&H Seminar: Executive Compensation: Changes and Challenges (Vienna, VA 12/15/09)
As we end a challenging economic year, executive compensation philosophies and plan designs have been impacted. A new frontier of government involvement has contributed to sweeping challenges. How your company reacts to these changes may affect the perception of your company by customers, employees, and government authorities, as well as your strategies to attract, retain, and motivate executives. Join us as we address these issues with a panel of experienced executive compensation and government compliance specialists.
CB&H Seminar: Are You in Compliance with Your Labor Practices? (Vienna, VA)
The past year has marked seismic shifts with the arrival of the new administration, major changes in federal contracting, a new era of accountability, and increased competition in the federal sector. And with all of these changes, many government contractors are finding that their labor practices are facing greater federal scrutiny. Labor usually accounts for the largest single cost of your business, so you can’t afford to make mistakes. Join Cherry, Bekaert & Holland and Helios HR for an in-depth discussion of contracting labor best practices from both an accounting perspective and a human capital perspective. Some of the topics covered will include the following: Accounting. Read More.
GovCon Seminar: Termination for Convenience (Vienna, VA)
The federal government contractually has the right to terminate for default or for convenience its contracts in whole or in part if the Contracting Officer determines that a termination is in the best interest of the government. In return for this right the government will pay the contractor for the preparations made due to the convenience termination, the work done under the terminated portions of the contract, the impact on any un-terminated portion of the contact, and a reasonable profit. Join us as we identify the regulatory policies and procedures associated with a termination and provides insight into the contractor’s. Read More.
GovCon Seminar: Overcoming Hurdles to Selling a Business in a Challenging Environment (McLean, VA)
Cherry, Bekaert & Holland , Hogan & Hartson and The McLean Group will be hosting a seminar and discussion on overcoming hurdles to selling a business in the current challenging business environment. This program will provide potential sellers with an overview of the sales process with a panel of professionals that will comment on the different steps of the process, focusing on middle-market government contractors. Topics will include: Preparing for the sale Marketing your company Entering into a letter of intent Negotiating, signing and closing acquisition agreements Date & Time Thursday, June 25, 2009 7:30 am – 9:30 am Location Hogan & Hartson’s Northern Virginia Office Park Place II 7930. Read More.