Part II is for those who complete the DVD or Live Workshop and would like to have their learning reinforced and step up to more in-depth issues.
This workshop provides business owners with strong reinforcement of what they have learned in Part I through focused exercises. In addition, it provides greater detail on Indirect Rate issues and expanded options while integrating Bid and Cost Proposal requirements.
Areas to be discussed
Cost and Pricing Foundational Review
Being Careful with Claims – Minimize Exposure to Fines, Penalties, and Interest.
Indirect Costs and Rates in Greater Detail
The Accounting System Structure in Greater Detail
Key Pricing Regulations, Guidelines, and Contract Audit Clauses
Key Factors in Preparing an Adequate Cost Proposal
Provide a foundational review of basic cost and pricing principles
Improve ability to avoid trouble with claims while minimizing fines, penalties and interest.
Improve understanding of selected terminology
Improve your understanding and ability to develop advanced indirect cost rates based on more detailed variables and structures. (Onsite, Offsite, M/H)
Review advanced coding methods for a government acceptable accounting system. (COA, Job cost and Payroll)
Improve understanding of key pricing regulations, guidelines, and audit clauses in a contract.
Improve understanding of how daily company operations relate to cost proposal activity. (Step through an advanced example).
Improve understanding of criteria for an adequate cost proposal.
Provide dependable resources for remaining current with changes
Reinforce learning with interactive exercises and handouts.
Paul Gunn presents only a limited number of Live Workshops so be sure to register for the next one! To view a schedule of our next commerical workshop click here
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