Webcast Overview

As a government contractor, you may have heard that your organization must have an accounting system that is approved by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) to do business with the U.S. Department of Defense. No such requirement exists. DCAA does not certify accounting systems—they accept accounting systems. Attend this webcast to learn how to build a successful foundation for DCAA accounting compliance from two industry experts, Ken Bricker and Larry Mocniak. Ken and Larry share insights and established standards for managing the labor and other direct costs associated with government contracts using the Microsoft Dynamics SL financial management solution.

 

When: May 12, 2009 at 2pm EST/11am PST (60 minutes)

 

Register here at http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/Register.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032412432&CountryCode=US

 

Our Speakers: 

Ken Bricker has worked in the government contracting and acquisitions arena since 1975. He has private-sector experience as the vice president of finance and chief financial officer of a government contractor, and he has government experience as a senior auditor for the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA). Ken has served as a guest instructor at the Defense Contract Audit Institute and has been a contributing writer to the Defense Contract Audit Manual (DCAM). He is a lecturer at many conferences for the Government Contracting Institute and American Graduate University, and he is an adjunct faculty member for Old Dominion University and George Washington University through ESI International.

Larry Mocniak oversees all aspects of Phoenix International's financial management, government procurement, financial reporting, and capital investment initiatives. Larry has an impressive track record of developing and implementing mission-critical financial processes and reporting systems that lead to greater profitability and operational efficiency. He has a unique blend of technological savvy and operational management rooted in real-time financial reporting. In addition to his financial management qualifications, Larry has a broad range of corporate expertise that he gained while administering government contracts for more than 20 years and while serving in senior management roles for both public and private companies for 17 years.