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It’s no mystery that we like to meet and greet with anyone who can use our CPA’s unique expertise and services. On many occasions we are asked to speak with entrepreneurs and professionals who are seeking to clarify some of the mysteries and confusion of Accounting when it comes to Government Grants & Contracts. We have been [...]
They may be. The Bayh-Dole Act (BDA) of 1980 forms the foundation of ownership rights of intellectual property arising from Federal Government funded research. However, BDA is largely misunderstood by the various Government Agencies as well as the Government auditors. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 31.205-30 states that “patent costs are only allowable if required” by [...]
During our June 14th webinar with the Larta Institute, the question came up on NIH Grants and if there had been a change in regulation to institute a HARD CAP of $1mm on a Phase II award (similar to those found in other agencies such as the Department of Defense ), or if the [...]
Jameson & Company is proud to announce our newest partnership with The Larta Institute as a preferred accounting resource within their network. The Larta Institute is known as a leading Non-Profit “Innovation Hub” for “Networked Organizations”. Their mission is to vastly improve the transition of scientific and technological breakthroughs from the laboratory to the marketplace, [...]