If you are not already planning to attend DHG’s 26th Annual Government Contracting Conference, this sneak peek of Three Most Popular Sessions might just convince you to join.
This year’s theme is Charting Success Through Evolving Challenges. Expect helpful insight from our industry professionals on a variety of ways to prepare your organization for what’s new and what’s next – especially if you join these can't-miss conversations:
- The DCMA/DCAA Update: Because cost and pricing represent new challenges every year, we kick off the conference with a presentation on updates and trends. Our panelists will identify new and revised rules and share ideas for adapting contract pricing tools and techniques to evolving government audit requirements and oversight. Some of the other topics our panel will touch on include how to address increased costs due to COVID-19 and the impact on rates and pricing with all the legislation tied directly to the pandemic.
- The DCAA Keynote: Always popular with attendees, DCAA leadership will be on hand to share insights into the strategies and initiatives they use to accomplish their contract audit mission. Each year, DCAA provides insight into current issues facing the industry. Attendees can also submit questions ahead of time to give our distinguished panelists an idea of what information would be useful to them. All attendees can submit questions to DCAA’s Director of Policy, Martha McKune, and DCAA’s Deputy Director, Joseph Bentz.
- The GovCon Legal Update: In this session, attorney Paul Pompeo recaps 2021’s relevant legal decisions that impact how government contractors approach the federal marketplace. You will gain insight into regulations and interpretations along with strategies to help your organization avoid potential pitfalls.
In addition to these popular sessions, DHG will also host sessions on a range of issues to help you Get Ready to Be Change-Ready, including:
- Trends in Department of Labor Increasing Oversight
- What’s Happening with Cybersecurity Regulation
- Equitable Adjustments, Disputes, and Claims
- Supply Chain Challenges and Risks
- M&A – preparing to be a buyer and post-acquisition integration
We hope this sneak peek inspires you to join us for the 26th Annual Government Contracting Conference. If you have not registered, simply do so using the button below.
26th Annual Government Contracting Conference
October 21st and November 4th
Get Ready to Be Change-Ready
About DHG Government Contracting
DHG Government Contracting provides assurance, tax and advisory services to a multitude of government contractors working with the Department of Defense as well as civilian and intelligence agencies. We collaborate with you to help strengthen your processes and oversight around applicable FAR, CAS, and regulatory requirements so you can meet DCAA, DCMA, and SBA expectations. Additionally, we work proactively to help you improve both your current and future profitability.
You can also count on DHG Government Contracting to enhance your organization’s ability to manage and maintain government contracts by providing strategies for the contracting life cycle. Services include strategies for compliance, design, and optimization of business systems from inception through contract closeout.
About Kinetek Consulting
We specialize in implementing, configuring, and customizing Deltek Costpoint & IBM Cognos and Planning Analytics solutions for Government Contractors and Project-Driven organizations. Our combination of real-world product knowledge and experience with industry best practices, tools, and technology helps us remain well-poised to deliver high-value, custom-tailored solutions that meet the specific business and technical requirements of our clients – it’s about empowering our customers. Read on below to learn more about our expertise in ERP, Analytics, Financial Planning & Analysis, T&E, EVMS, Data Migration, Project Manufacturing, and more.
Our services not only provide insight into organizations but also helps them run more efficiently and remain competitive; our solutions save time and money.
The original post appeared on the DHG Blog on September 24, 2021.