Program Date and Time

Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 12:00PM – 1:30PM. Lunch provided starting at 12:00PM.

Program Location

General Dynamics Information Technology, 3211 Jermantown Road, Fairfax, VA 22030 (Click here for directions)

NOTE: You must attend this event in person. The chapter is hosting an in-person site for this NCMA webinar and is not able to re-transmit it. If you cannot make it to our site, you must register directly with NCMA for the $189 site fee.

Program Description

Building upon Part 1 of this two-part series, getting ready for a Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR), Part 2 addresses how to proceed when the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) issues notice of a pending CPSR. The presenters will discuss all phases of the CPSR, from initial notification, managing the review, the exit conference, and ultimately responding to findings.

Participants will learn about:

  • What to expect from and how to respond to DCMA’s initial data request,
  • Composition of the review team,
  • What to expect during the review and how to manage communications, and
  • When and how to respond to findings.

This fast-paced webinar will address the above issues and more while giving you the opportunity to ask our experts for advice about your unique concerns.

Earn 1.5 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for attending.

About The Presenters

John Hindman, Manager, Baker Tilly

John Hindman has over 6 years of experience assisting government contractors with matters related to regulatory compliance issues, business process analysis, incurred cost proposal preparation, Cost Accounting Standards, and internal control assessments. John has extensive experience performing contractor business system reviews (labor, billing, indirect/other direct cost, budget & planning, purchasing, estimating, compensation, overall control environment and accounting) and documenting business processes for identifying compliance risks, internal controls and efficiency gaps. He has assisted contractors in performing unallowable sampling of high risk accounts and reviewing transactions for compliance with FAR. John has also prepared settlement proposals for contractors under Termination for Convenience and provided litigation support for contractors accused of Truth in negotiation Act (TINA) violations.

Drew Lewis, CFCM, Senior Consultant, Baker Tilly

Drew Lewis, CPA, is a senior consultant in Baker Tilly’s Government Contractor Advisory Services practice in Tysons Corner, VA.  Drew began his career as an auditor with the Defense Contract Audit Agency working primarily on incurred cost audits and providing assistance with various other assignments, including Cost Accounting Standards disclosure statements and compliance reviews, contractor business system reviews, and some proposal support.  Since joining Baker Tilly, Drew has assisted contractors in adapting to the new DFARS business system criteria through detailed, preliminary reviews of policies and procedures, performance of internal control gap analyses and remediation efforts, implementations of information systems to assist with management visibility and contractor compliance, and developing monitoring plans for continued success.  Drew also has broad knowledge of rules and regulations surrounding the FAR, DFARS, CAS, and TINA.

Program Cost

Join us for an informative webinar, lunch, and an opportunity to network with fellow contract professionals, all for only $20 per person! Save on the $189 per site fee from NCMA and get out of the office for a change by signing up today!

In order to save on printing costs and to give people an option to use a laptop or tablet, we will email the webinar presentation prior to the event. We suggest downloading the presentation in advance or utilizing a personal hotspot/cellular data on the day of the event as there is no Wi-Fi network. We will not have printed copies available the day of the event.

Our event cancellation policy is here.

Register by clicking below. Registration closes January 27, 2015.

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