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Training & Events - for Government Contractors with Industry Experts

Our experts offer extensive training options for Government Contracting professionals in-house, at seminars and via the web. We also personalize courses to fit individual requirements. Some of our areas of focus include; FAR, CAS, Cost Accounting, ICS, EMV, Government Contracting principles and more.

Please review our calendar for courses and contact us if we can assist with scheduling training personalized for you or your organization.

Toll Free: 855-CAPEDGE (855-227-3343) or by email info@capitaledgeconsulting.com

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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Aug 21 all-day
Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class . Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in.. read more
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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Aug 22 all-day
Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class . Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in.. read more
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Procurement University Online
Apr 20 @ 2:30 pm – Dec 7 @ 4:00 pm
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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Aug 21 all-day

Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class .  Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the “why’s” but the “how to’s”. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies

Upon completion of this course, the participant should have adequate knowledge of the background and requirements related to cost accounting for Government Contracts.  Further, the participant should have basic understanding of policies, procedures and practices required to comply with the requirements.  We will highlight DCAA’s audit approach, recent developments and new regulations.  Further, we will provide industry best practices to implement and/or maintain a compliant accounting system.

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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Aug 22 all-day

Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class .  Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the “why’s” but the “how to’s”. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies

Upon completion of this course, the participant should have adequate knowledge of the background and requirements related to cost accounting for Government Contracts.  Further, the participant should have basic understanding of policies, procedures and practices required to comply with the requirements.  We will highlight DCAA’s audit approach, recent developments and new regulations.  Further, we will provide industry best practices to implement and/or maintain a compliant accounting system.

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Pricing Negotiated Contracts – Cost Based Webinar
Aug 24 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
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Estimating System Requirements Webinar
Sep 14 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Sep 18 all-day

Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class .  Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the “why’s” but the “how to’s”. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies

Upon completion of this course, the participant should have adequate knowledge of the background and requirements related to cost accounting for Government Contracts.  Further, the participant should have basic understanding of policies, procedures and practices required to comply with the requirements.  We will highlight DCAA’s audit approach, recent developments and new regulations.  Further, we will provide industry best practices to implement and/or maintain a compliant accounting system.

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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts
Sep 19 all-day

Join our GovCon Experts Chad Braley and Anthony Kim for 2-day class .  Taught in a straightforward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the “why’s” but the “how to’s”. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies

Upon completion of this course, the participant should have adequate knowledge of the background and requirements related to cost accounting for Government Contracts.  Further, the participant should have basic understanding of policies, procedures and practices required to comply with the requirements.  We will highlight DCAA’s audit approach, recent developments and new regulations.  Further, we will provide industry best practices to implement and/or maintain a compliant accounting system.

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Cost Accounting Standards Applicability and Administration Webinar
Oct 5 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
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Disclosure Statements and Cost Accounting Practices @ American Management Association (AMA)
Oct 17 – Oct 18 all-day

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This workshop takes an analytical approach to Disclosure Statements, cost accounting practices, and cost impact proposals through definitions, rules, requirements, responsibilities, and implications in the management and administration of CAS-covered government contracts.

It starts with the basics:
• CAS-Covered Contracts and Awards
• Thresholds
• Exemptions
• Disclosure Statement Criteria
• Revisions
• Reviews
• Adequacy of Disclosure
• Timing of Submission
• Compliance
• Accounting Requirements
• Implementation
• Effects of Filing
• Changes to a Cost Accounting Practice
• Cost Impact Proposals
• Calculation Methods and Techniques
• FAR Provisions

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Internal Controls Compliance Leading Practices
Oct 25 – Oct 26 all-day

What contract professionals must know about internal control compliance. 

The class will cover leading internal control practices and demonstrate how a standard methodology to approaching compliance can be leveraged to improve effectiveness and efficiency.

The course includes coverage of current events impacting internal control requirements, application of internal controls under proven programs such as Sarbanes-Oxley 404, government business systems including DCAA’s Internal Control Audit Programs (ICAPS), contractor code of business conduct and ethics, and more.  This class will assist in strengthening your compliance program by examining the leading internal control practices and demonstrate how you can incorporate those practices into your own compliance efforts.