SBIR cost proposal and government accounting workshops in Seattle March 31, 2009 and Vancouver, WA April 1, 2009

Washington Technology Center presents a workshop featuring Jim Greenwood of Greenwood Consulting Group, well-known SBIR/STTR consultants. The session focuses on the cost proposal and accounting for SBIR and STTR awards. It covers basic terms and concepts including direct versus indirect rates, allowable and unallowable costs, cost proposal format variations between Federal agencies, and includes an exercise to estimate the indirect/facilities & administrative rate for your business. The workshop will be offered in the Seattle area March 31 and at Washington State University Vancouver April 1.

Who should attend:

Extra Feature: Pre-registered attendees are eligible for indirect rate calculation review or SBIR / STTR cost proposal critique from Greenwood Consulting Group within one year of attendance. Limited number of consultations available.

Fee: $75 for pre-registrations by 3/27; $85 at the door. Event includes continental breakfast and box lunch.

Questions: contact Suzanne Mitchell at (509) 372-5146.

Locations:

March 31, 2009
Lynnwood Convention Center
3711 196th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036
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April 1, 2009
Washington State University Vancouver
Firstenburg Student Commons
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
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Register for this location

Agenda:
7:30am – Continental breakfast; on-site registration; Welcome & Introductions
8:00 – Government Accounting Concepts, FAR, Cost Proposal Format
Tracking Expense & Estimating Costs; Cost Proposal formats of different
SBIR / STTR Agencies
12:00pm – Working Lunch – box lunch provided for pre-registered attendees
12:30 – Exercise: preparing basic Phase I SBIR Cost proposal
2:00pm – Workshop close; Questions; Networking
CEOs, CFOs, CTOs; Researchers, Universities’ Office of Grants & Sponsored Research; CPAs & Yellow Book Auditors

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