Managing your Cost Type or DoD SBIR Contract – What you need to know prior to submitting a proposal and after awardMay 24, 2016 Pewaukee, WI
|Start Date||May 24, 2016|
|End Date||May 24, 2016|
|Time||8:00 am - 3:15 pm|
|Facility||Country Springs Hotel - Grand Pavilion|
|Address||2810 Golf Rd,Pewaukee, WI 53072|
|Contact Info||Larry Herrera
|Details||Read More Information|
Please note: online registration for this event has closed. However, you may still attend by registering onsite.
This training is for not only business development professionals but also finance, accounting, and lead technical personnel at small/medium/large manufacturers, engineering firms, and research and development companies. Please forward on to all individuals involved in developing proposals or supporting cost accounting.
On May 24th in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), and highly experienced industry representatives will provide a unique training opportunity for companies currently doing business with or considering doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD) or major prime defense contractors.
This is a must attend for companies currently performing on, or considering proposing on, a DoD Cost Type contracts, sole source contracts exceeding $700,000, or proposing as a subcontractor to a major prime defense contractor. Why?
Are you currently performing on a cost type contract including Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts? Do you understand the accounting requirements and post-award audit process?
Do you appreciate the importance of how significantly your procedures could affect final negotiated costs years after finishing performance?
Have you ever considered submitting a proposal for a cost type contract, SBIR/STTR contract, or a subcontract on a major defense program?
Do you know what information a major defense contractor would request in support of a subcontract proposal?
Have you ever been audited by DCAA or has DCMA ever requested information in support of a prime or subcontract proposal analysis?
Do you know what the Contractor Business Analysis Repository (CBAR) is? Did you know that the DoD now posts your indirect rates, business system status, and other information on an internal website accessible to all DoD contracting officers? Do you understand what effect that may have on your eligibility for a DoD contract award in the future?
This is NOT an event focused on small business certifications or Contracting 101 although the information is important for contractors considering doing business in the future. The focus of this event is on the complex regulatory and procedural information needed to successfully perform or propose on major defense contracts.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to learn from the very same DoD representatives responsible for managing those contracts.
This event qualifies for Continuing Professional Education
Please CLICK HERE view an agenda for the event.
Please CLICK HERE to see the bios for the event speakers.
6 Continuing Education Units CEUs will be available by attending this conference.
Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)
Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
DRS Power & Control Technologies
Smith & Gesteland, LLP
National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) – Great Lakes Chapter
National Contract Management Association (NCMA) – Wisconsin Chapter
Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI)