The audit process is distinct in the contracting industry as compared to private companies without government customers. There are extra rules and regulations by which government contracting organizations have to abide, such as the Cost Accounting Standards or the many expectations set by the Federal Acquisition Regulation. To help navigate this often complex world of GovCon auditing, with a particular focus on the Department of Defense, the Potomac Officers Club has put together an event in collaboration with CACI, Crowley and Unanet called the Challenges and Best Practices to Achieving Audit Readiness in the DOD Forum.
The afternoon information session will take place on Dec. 11 virtually, so you can watch from wherever you’re most comfortable. Register here (for free) now!
The Achieving Audit Readiness Forum will gather top minds from the defense sector and the private world. CACI Principal Audit Lead for Business and Information Technology Solutions Eddie Coney will serve as moderator, speaking to U.S. Transportation Command Director of Program Analysis and Financial Management Jacqueline Benningfield; Defense Agencies Initiative Audit Lead at the Defense Logistics Agency Thomas Moslak; and U.S. Air Force Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System Officer Todd Baker.
All of the event’s participants have broad, often cross-industry experience in the auditing and finance fields. Benningfield and Moslak are career government and military servants, with Moslak having reportedly dedicated years to making the DOD primed for accessible auditing. Baker spent time at Deloitte and BearingPoint, gaining a well-rounded perspective in addition to his considerable military bonafides.
During the event, you’ll hear these knowledgeable individuals engage in productive conversation about defense sector GovCon auditing as well as make time for an audience Q&A portion. You don’t want to miss this! Register here now.