BDO's Government Contracting Webinar Series

Government contractors and subcontractors, whether for profit or nonprofit, must be nimble and adaptable to navigate the dynamic regulatory and oversight landscape that comes with federal contracts, grants, cooperative agreements, other transaction authorities (OTAs) and other types of government funding. Staying informed of the latest rules, requirements and federal market trends prepares contractors for continued growth and helps to limit risk. BDO’s Government Contracting practice draws from its experience serving federal contractors across virtually all industries, as well as prior experience and relationships working in government agencies, as audit professionals and industry leaders that provide insights and best practices to the government contracting community.
BDO’s Government Contracting industry leaders are at the forefront of the conversation, remaining active in organizations and associations and contributing research and insights to a variety of news outlets, trade publications, webinars, events and thought leadership. We value the importance of industry participation as a key opportunity to increase knowledge and cultivate conversations to keep clients up to date as changes happen. The BDO Government Contracting Center of Excellence invites you to join us for informative webinars designed to share our knowledge on trending hot topics, compliance concerns, enterprise business systems, finance, tax and other pertinent topics to help your organization thrive in the government contracting sector. 

CPE credit may be earned for each of the webinars.

Representative Topics:

  • Best Practices for Timekeeping & Expense Reporting
  • Preparing Your Organization for Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Tax Considerations When Implementing or Upgrading an ERP
  • De-Mystifying the Revenue Recognition Process
  • Bringing Value Through EVMS
  • Considerations for Automating Your Billings Through ERP Systems
  • The Keys to SCA and DBA compliance
  • Incurred Cost Submission Tips and Techniques  

Upcoming Webinar: 


Considerations for First-Time EVMS Tool Implementation

December 14, 2022
12:00 - 1:00 PM EST
Speakers: David Libbares, William Laubach and Sean Samlal

Are you considering implementing an Earned Value Management System (EVMS) tool for your project control needs or have a new EVM requirement for the first time and unsure how to setup your system to deliver?  Join our Government Contracting Industry Professionals as they explore the many factors involved during an EVMS tool implementation and the advantages it provides with or without an EVM requirement.

Archived Webinars:

ASC 606 Revenue Recognition – What We Know Now

November 16, 2022

Since ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, went into effect in 2019, BDO has gained a deeper understanding about the standard and how best to apply its principles to government contractors.  Many organizations deal with complex elements when it comes to ASC 606, which is why our professionals have developed a proven process to identity and resolve such issues. Join us to learn how to navigate this regulation and the key takeaways your organization needs to know.


The Keys to SCA and DBA Compliance

October 19, 2022

Join our Government Contracting professionals for a discussion of the Service Contract Act (SCA) and the Davis Bacon Act (DBA). This session will include an overview of the SCA and DBA applicability, requirements, compliance challenges and tips on building compliance programs. We will then dive deeper into certain facets of the SCA and DBA that are more complex or found to result in higher consequences of non-compliance. Current enforcement environment and insights on the Department of Labor (DOL) audits and investigations will also be discussed.


The Role of the Inspector General in Federal Grants Oversight 

September 21, 2022

Join our Government Contracting professionals for a discussion of the history and purpose of the various Federal Offices of Inspectors General (OIG), specifically in their grant oversight role. Insights shared will cover how the OIGs conduct audits and investigations; communicate audit results and discuss accomplishments and oversight challenges in light of COVID19 and CAREs Act funding to State, local, and non-profit agencies over the last two years.