Scale your business for Government Contracts. Discover how to leverage ICAT to automate indirect cost accounting with QuickBooks®
, satisfy reporting requirements, and gain key insights for growth. Join us for one of our regular Live Webinars
Learn the fundamentals of managing an accounting system of a government contractor. We train you on creating an accounting system to pass a DCAA review and to provide the required reports through the life of the business.
ICAT Systems is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of
individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to
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Our courses feature real-world tasks, and follow practical examples to illustrate accounting concepts. In a short time you'll be more productive and knowledgeable about the operations and profitability options for your company. With live training you'll meet face-to-face with industry experts, and receive detailed guidance in a classroom setting.
Fundamentals of Federal Contract Cost Accounting
In this course you will learn about the fundamental cost accounting principles imposed
by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 31.2 on commercial organizations,
and will follow an example of how a DCAA compliant accounting system should be configured.
QuickBooks for Government Contractors
A two-and-a-half day workshop to assist contractors in the actual set up of a DCAA
compliant accounting system using QuickBooks. We strongly recommend attending the
seminar, Fundamentals of Federal Contract Cost Accounting, prior to attending this
workshop. Attendees will leave with a DCAA compliant accounting system.
Configuring QuickBooks to be DCAA Compliant
This seminar applies the concepts presented in our seminar, Fundamentals of Federal Contract Cost Accounting to QuickBooks.
We demonstrate how QuickBooks should be configured to accommodate these cost principles so as to pass a DCAA Accounting System
Incurred Cost Report Workshop
Contractors subject to the "Allowable Cost and Payment" clause (FAR 52.216-7) are required to submit an incurred cost report
together with supporting data within 6 months after the end of their fiscal year. In this workshop, attendees will receive an
overview of each of the required schedules and then receive guidance and assistance on completion of their Incurred Cost Report.
Budget Development and Provisional Indirect Rates Workshop
Assert Greater Command and Control Over Your Budgets and Indirect Rates. This one-day workshop is to develop an operating budget and provisional indirect rates for the coming year. We will guide those companies attending through the budget development process.
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