Contractors performing work on flexibly priced contracts (T&M and cost-type) must submit an incurred cost proposal (ICP) within 6 months of the close of their fiscal year. The ICP reconciles actual costs incurred with amounts billed against each contract. The reconciliation includes direct costs and allocated indirect costs. Completion of the ICP provides the contractor with their claimed rates which, when approved, become final indirect rates for the period in question.
- Identify the requirements for submitting an ICP
- Define the contents of the ICP
- Locate resources for completion of the ICP
- List common mistakes when completing the ICP
- General knowledge of accounting rules and regulations surround government contracts.
Who Should Attend
Accounting and financial professionals who work or bid on any of the following contracts:
- Small Business Innovation Research/ Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Phase II
- Time and Material (T&M) contracts
- Cost-reimbursable contracts
- Multiple Award Contract (MAC)* or Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC)
- Government Contracts and & Accounting Expert
- Left Brain Professionals
Award-winning speaker Robert E. Jones shows audiences how to navigate the constantly changing legal and regulatory landscape of government contracts. In his engaging and highly rated presentations, he shares insider secrets drawn from 15 years of DoD contract and accounting experience. His proactive, decisive approach to finding opportunities and solving problems is based on experience in managing more than $30 million in federal contracts.
Mr. Jones has experience with a wide variety of speaking engagements including emcee/moderator, seminars, training, chapter meetings, and conference presentations. He engages audiences with innovative approaches to contract profitability, accounting, compliance and related topics.
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Date & Time
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
1:00 PM EDT
(see additional timezones)
|Subject area:||Accounting (Governmental)|
|Delivery method:||Group Internet Based|
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