Receiving a government grant or contract is just the beginning.

When the Federal Government invests in your idea, things change.

The influx of funding can mean new hires, more space and equipment, greater capacity.  When it comes to your accounting, it can also mean greater risk.


You need to reevaluate your accounting system

All government grants and contracts are subject to a complex set of rules know as the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), as well as agency specific regulations.  To stay out of trouble, you need a FAR-compliant accounting system overseen by experts who understand the rules of the game – Jameson & Company.


You need a specialist.

CPAs typically don’t have a deep knowledge of the FAR, but Jameson CPAs are different.  We focus on government grants and contracts exclusively.  With over 30 years of experience, clients from coast-to-coast, and over $4 Billion in awards managed, we know the agencies and regulations – and how to help our clients avoid the pitfalls.


We specialize in government grants and contracts from:

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Department of Defense (DoD)
  • Department of Energy (DoE)


We are experts in award funding from:

  • R01/U01
  • BAA
  • ARPA-E
  • IDIQ
  • R21
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