When you receive a federal grant or contract, everything changes. This influx of funding can mean new hires, more space and equipment, and great opportunity. But this isn’t free money! When it comes to your accounting, you must keep your books in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 31.
Most Federal grants and contracts are subject to several layers of regulations—FAR Part 31, agency supplemental regulations, as well as funding vehicle-type regulations (i.e. SBIR vs R01 vs ARPA-E). To avoid financial repercussions, you must comply with them all.
Unlike most CPAs, we focus on government grant and contract accounting 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 trouble.
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NIH funding is subject to the NIH Grants Policy Statement, including quarterly SF-425 reporting, Uniform Guidance and DFAS Audits. With Jameson on board, you can focus on your business.
DoD awards come with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) oversight. This means strict compliance with the FAR and DFAR regulations. Good thing you have Jameson CPAs on your side.
A financial award from the DoE means innovation and advancement. It also means annual audits. Whether it’s an ARPA-E, EERE, or other funding source, with Jameson CPAs you’ll be ready.
JamesonWorx unites our experienced CPAs and Accountants with an innovative mobile-friendly platform and four customizable service levels that range from basic set up and support to fully-outsourced turn key services. We give our clients visibility and expertise that provides peace of mind.