For Immediate Release
Contact: Jessica Trzyna or Ray Weiss
443-451-7144 or email@example.com
PBMares and Shulman Rogers are hosting a seminar designed to help government contractors, who are under increased scrutiny to prevent and detect internal fraud. This seminar will discuss what constitutes an effective compliance and ethics program â€“ and consequences if a program doesnâ€™t meet requirements.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
6:00 p.m. â€“ Cocktail Reception
6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Panel Discussion and Q&A
Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA
Register online by March 20 at: www.pbmares.com/news/upcoming-events/
Jacob S. Frenkel, Esq., Shulman Rogers
John Hanson, CPA, CFE, CCEP, PBMares
David B. Robbins, CFE, MBA, Esq., Shulman Rogers
With increased pressure to prevent internal fraud, government contractors are also compelled to disclose it under the FAR Mandatory Disclosure Rule. Regulations, such as this one, are complex. While compliance training is important for government contractors, it is no longer enough. PBMares and Shulam Rogers have assembled a panel of seasoned experts to provide attendees with government expectations and practices to put into action that will help provide corporate â€œbody armorâ€ for government contractors.