Ensuring Your Company’s Books are Ready for Government Contracts
Many technology startups find that both their first sources of funding and their first sales will come from government agencies. Those sources of revenue and investment come with a myriad of requirements for tracking expenses and coordination of how those funds can be used. This InnoVentures U session will help you understand what is required in your company’s accounting processes and systems to stay in compliance and not spend your entire week managing the bookkeeping.
Ed Jameson will lead this InnoVentures University session and discuss how to avoid the top 10 accounting mistakes government grantees and contractors make.
The event will take place in the Cummings Center community conference room:
100 Cummings Center
Room 221 E
Beverly, MA 01915
Register on EventBrite here!
About our speaker:
Ed Jameson, CPA
Managing Partner, Jameson & Company CPAs
Ed is a second-generation CEO of Jameson & Company, LLC, which was founded by his father Gordon in 1977. Ed re-joined the firm in 1988, having previously served as a senior consultant in the small business and tax departments at Price Waterhouse, Boston.
Ed has helped clients secure billions of dollars in federal government grants and contracts over his career. He has extensive experience in the indirect rate recovery and audit process and has personally negotiated hundreds of incurred cost submissions. In addition to overseeing all client relationships, Ed consults on cost recovery, strategic and tactical management issues, and contract and grant cost procurement challenges.
Ed is a regular speaker at the bi-annual National SBIR conferences and speaks at organized events throughout New England that focus on the special needs of the federal grant and contract recipient. His free monthly webinars are frequently oversubscribed and he runs virtual events for audiences of 50 or less outside of New England with SBDC’s around the country.