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Apr 11 - 12

Arlington, VA

Westin Arlington Gateway

Time and money are of the essence. US Government Contractors are contending with increased regulatory oversight, expanding DCAA audits, and strict reporting and disclosure requirements. As you seek to safeguard profitability and competitiveness, you cannot afford to miss American Conference Institute’s 2nd Annual Advanced Forum on “Government Contract Cost & Pricing”. Back by popular demand, this industry-led forum is the premier networking and benchmarking event for addressing the most critical cost and pricing issues that can make or break your business. You will hear from a sophisticated faculty of senior contracting executives, accountants, government officials and legal experts, who will provide you with the latest updates and practical insights on how to stay out of trouble – and refine your cost and pricing strategy. Key sessions will include: -Contractor Oversight: What Recent and Pending Policy Changes Mean for Your Cost & Pricing Strategy -Defining “Cost or Pricing Data”: How to Comply with Recent FAR Changes and Ensure Data is Current, Complete and Accurate -The DCAA-DCMA Relationship: The Latest on Interagency Communication and Enhanced Audit Capabilities -Supporting Subcontractor Cost Estimates and Pricing: Avoiding Lost Profits due to Inadequate Price Competition, Market Research, Data and Mischarging -Preventing Payment Withholdings for Internal Control System Defects and Inadequacies: Managing DCAA Systems Reviews amid New Defense Business Systems Rules -Year in Review of Disallowed Costs: Recent Challenges to Compensation, I R & D and Legal Fees and Lessons Learned for Determining Allowability -Managing DCAA Requests for Records and Employee Interviews: How to Respond and Cooperate while Safeguarding Your Rights -Validating Your Basis of Estimate to Prevent Disqualification: Satisfying Strict Requirements for Detailed Estimates instead of Forecasts -When and How to Report Significant Overpayments, False Claims, Executive Compensation and Subcontractor Awards: Benchmarking Session on Mandatory Disclosure -Complying with GSA “Most Favored Customer”, Discount and Price Reduction Requirements -Penalty Update: The Costs of False Claims, Overcharging and Fraud Enforcement -CAS Compliance and Your Bottom Line: Avoiding Expensive Allocation Errors Affecting Profitability PLUS! Maximize your learning experience by attending post-conference, interactive working sessions: “The Ins and Outs of Preparing for DCAA Audits: What You Need to Know Now Before It’s Too Late” and “Conducting Cost or Price Analyses of Subcontractor Data: How Far You Need to Go in Vetting, Selecting and Monitoring Your Vendors”. Benefit from enhanced interaction and additional speaker prepared materials that you can reference in your daily work.

Vice Presidents, Managers and Directors of: Government Accounting Finance Contracts & Pricing Government Contracts Federal Government Procurement Government Compliance/Relations Acquisition Policy Industrial Compliance Corporate Legal Professionals VPs, Legal Affairs/Operations Government Contracts Counsel Litigation and Compliance Counsel Attorneys and Consultants specializing in: Government Contracting Compliance and Litigation Cost Accounting and Cost Allowability False Claims Act and Procurement Fraud GSA contracts Suspension and Debarment Bid Protests

Registration Opens: 03/01/2011

Contact Name: Brandon Kops

ph: 888-224-2480 email: [email protected]

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