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Defective Pricing Audits are Coming, You Can Hang Your Hat on It – What Does it Mean for Your Organization?

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Contributors

  • John Polcari, Senior Manager, Government Contracts Advisory Services, Baker Tilly

    John Polcari is a Senior Manager in Baker Tilly’s Government Contractor Advisory Services practice with over ten years of experience in government contract regulatory compliance. Over the course of his career, John has dealt with a wide range of issues contractors frequently face, including Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) compliance. John also has extensive experience related to CAS required Disclosure Statements, Incurred Cost Proposal (ICP) submissions, cost impact analyses, and in the general design and maintenance of compliant contractor indirect cost allocation structures.

    John earned his B.S. degree in Accounting and Finance from Salisbury University.

  • Patrick Fitzgerald, CPA, Director, Government Contracts Advisory Services, Baker TIlly

    Pat Fitzgerald is a Director in Baker Tilly’s government contractor advisory services group. He joined the firm in 2015, bringing with him over 35 years of experience in government auditing and acquisition, including expertise in enhancing the cost effectiveness of business operations, resolving compliance challenges, improving business system effectiveness, conducting internal investigations, preparing for negotiations, and improving relationships between contractors, auditors, and contracting officers. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Pat served for five years as the director of the Defense Contract Audit Agency, overseeing the agency’s $600 million budget as well as the 5,000 professionals who provide contract audit and advisory services to the Department of Defense. Pat also served as The Auditor General for the U.S. Army and was responsible for helping soldiers achieve their missions more effectively and efficiently as well as for providing recommendations to Army leaders to resolve issues. As The Auditor General, Pat led the U.S. Army Audit Agency and reported directly to the Secretary of the Army.

February 11, 2021
Thu 12:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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