Salt Lake City, Utah – February 19 & 20, 2020
Join us for this timely and informative course where instructor Dan Purvine will teach you the most up-to-date information you need to know to properly develop and support your firm’s overhead rate and minimize questioned costs in the state DOT review process. Through examples and experience with state DOTs nationwide, Dan will cover the risk areas you need to focus on to establish the necessary processes and documentation to support a FAR-compliant overhead rate and achieve state DOT approval.
For CPAs performing overhead rate audits, this course will describe key risk areas to address in the audit process and provide insight into specific areas of concern identified by state DOTs regarding CPA audit quality.
Topics will include:
- current developments in the interpretation of FAR Part 31 and the AASHTO Audit Guide and
- how they impact the preparation and auditing of A/E firm overhead rates
Using examples and interactive discussion, course participants will obtain a better understanding of state DOT expectations and A/E firm best practices for policies, procedures, and documentation for critical areas such as labor costing, bonuses, travel costs, compensation, and vehicles. Dan will also cover current developments in topics such as uncompensated overtime, home and field overhead rates, and challenging areas of FAR Part 31 interpretation.
AGC of Utah
2207 South 1070 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84119
16 hours of CPE credit will be provided
Bellevue, Washington – February 27, 2020
This one-day training course will focus on issues encountered in the development of A/E firm overhead rates and review of those rates by state DOTs. Using a practical, hands-on approach, instructor Dan Purvine will cover key issues that firms must address to support their FAR-allowable costs and achieve proper reimbursement. WSDOT audit staff will be in attendance, and the course will include a Q&A session with WSDOT to discuss key issues you should address to facilitate an easier WSDOT review. We’ll also have a “hot topics” discussion, during which we will cover issues that course participants submit in advance of the session, so please send us any issues you would like to discuss!
Topics to be covered in the course include:
- FAR Allowability of Costs
- Labor and Compensation Risk Areas
- WSDOT Q&A Session
- Hot Topics Discussion
This course will benefit A/E firms responsible for developing and applying an indirect cost / overhead rate for use on local, state, or federal agency projects, and CPA firms who perform indirect cost rate audits.
Red Lion Hotel
11211 Main St.
$375 for ACEC Members by February 19; $425 after 2/20
$475 for Non-Members by February 19; $525 after 2/20
breakfast and lunch are included
Renee Smith – email@example.com