If you are a small business seeking funding from the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), this is a must-attend event. Co-located with NanoTech 2019 and AI TechConnect for the TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo, this event provides incredible opportunities for innovators in search of government funding.
During this two-hour session, led by our managing partner, Ed Jameson, you’ll learn how to develop a FAR-compliant accounting system that can withstand a government audit and gain a better understanding of indirect rates, why they matter, and how to project them correctly. Don’t miss it!
Ed Jameson will moderate this panel session. Count on a lot of expertise and information, as well as enthusiasm and humor.
If you have questions about government award accounting, compliance and audits, stop by the Jameson & Company booth. Ryan Remington will be on hand, ready to answer your questions. Feel free to contact him at Ryan@Jamesoncpa.com if have a specific need or issue beforehand.
As a Supporting Partner of this event, we can offer you a 10% off discounted rate on your registration fee. Simply use our code: 19SBA10 when you register.
We look forward to seeing you in Boston!
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.