You’ve received an SBIR award and you’re excited to get going on the project you proposed on – great!
First things first though, you need to make sure you address those accounting system requirements that go along with your SBIR award. There is a lot to maintaining a proper accounting system.
We’d like to begin with the most fundamental part of your accounting system – timesheets. Timesheets, might seem monotonous, but they’re actually extremely important to staying compliant with the Federal Acquisition Regulations.
You can keep asking “But do I need to keep a timesheet?” And we’ll keep telling you, “Yes! If you want to stay compliant and keep your award.” We’ve seen what can happen to companies if timesheets are not properly maintained or if they’re falsely documented (e.g. you’ll lose your award, pay fines for misrepresentation, and/or serve time in a federal prison). Seriously. They are that important.
Whether you’re new to the world of government funding or have multiple Federal grants and contracts, we can help you maximize your funds and decrease your risk, so you can spend less time worrying and more time innovating.
Contact Us to schedule a time to speak to one of our government funding experts, and we will follow up within 48 hours!
To learn more, read our White Paper on the Accounting Requirements Required for Government Awards.
Not all government contracts and grants are the same. Your funding agency, type of award, and funding stage require unique accounting requirements. Provide your information below to schedule a time to speak with one of our government funding experts!
Writing A Government Funding Proposal
Received A Pre-Award Notification
Received A Funding Award
National Institute of Health / HHS
Department of Defense (DOD)
National Science Foundation
Department of Energy (DoE)
SBIR/STTR Phase I
SBIR/STTR Phase II
R01, U01, Carb-X, HEAL or Pioneer Grant
EERE or ARPA-E Award
One of our government funding experts will contact you within 48 hours to schedule a phone call.