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ed to speak at NIH SBIR Workshop for CT Innovations

July 11, 2011 / Ed Jameson / Blog Posts
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We have the distinct honor to be providing an NIH SBIR Accounting Workshop this October 20th, 2011 at Yale University in conjunction with the Regional NIH SBIR event produced by the team at Connecticut Innovations.

We will be providing a workshop on:

Indirect Cost Rates and Accounting Systems Workshop

Fixed and direct costs are often easy to determine, but variable and indirect costs can be tricky and could undermine the fiscal success of your initiatives.  This session will present useful and practical information on how to develop basic indirect cost rates. Learn why indirect cost rates are vital to a company’s financial success and discover fundamental accounting system principles and practices that are critical to understand before you receive an award.

Matthew Portnoy, SBIR Director at the NIH has already confirmed his attendance.

More details to come, but stay tuned to our blog and the events calendar at for more information and how to register.

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Ed Jameson, CPA, Managing Partner

I’ve been in practice for over 40 years helping our small business clients procure, manage, and survive audits on more than $6 billion in federal government contract and grant funding. We’ve been featured presenters and panel moderators at Tech Connect’s National SBIR/STTR conferences since 2010, and I’ve presented at the DOD’s Mentor Protégé Summit and present regularly for several state and local organizations.