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ACUA Webinar Series

Title: Construction Contract Fiscal Management - Did you get what you paid for?

Date: October 23, 2014
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM (EDT)


Speakers: Rob Broline and John Croy from McGladrey

 

Field of Study: Financial Management

Event Overview:

Event Overview: While operating budgets and costs, service contracts and individual purchase orders and invoices are frequently subject to robust scrutiny, the same is often less true for payments relating to substantial cash outlays related to construction contracts. In fact, original construction contracts are all too often left to look like a rubber dingy next to a yacht of change orders, and organizations are left with little assurance that what was paid for is commensurate with what has been received.   There are various myths that provide false comfort relative to the proper and effective fiscal management of construction contracts. Come ride with us as we help you navigate through the myths to the truth that your next capital investment project does not leave the property capsized -- management searching for a life vest.

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While operating budgets and costs, service contracts and individual purchase orders and invoices are frequently subject to robust scrutiny, the same is often less true for payments relating to substantial cash outlays related to construction contracts. In fact, original construction contracts are all too often left to look like a rubber dingy next to a yacht of change orders, and organizations are left with little assurance that what was paid for is commensurate with what has been received.

There are various myths that provide false comfort relative to the proper and effective fiscal management of construction contracts. Come ride with us as we help you navigate through the myths to the truth that your next capital investment project does not leave the property capsized -- management searching for a life vest.

Learning Objectives
1. Learn about the value of contract fiscal management of construction projects

2.Learn about the primary myths that mask the risk of contractor overcharges and the real need for fiscal management of construction contracts

3.Learn about the basic tools and methodology for performing effective fiscal management of construction contracts to assess contractor compliance with the terms and conditions of the contract to help ensure you get what you paid for.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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November ACUA Webinar

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: November


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Baker Tilly Webinar Series

Title: TBD

Date, Time: November
Time: TBD

Speakers: TBD

Field of Study: TBD

 

ACUA and Baker Tilly have partnered to provide members with four complimentary webinars per year.  1 CPE credit is available for each webinar.   Save the date and plan to attend one of our upcoming webinars.

 

 


Archived Webinars

Click here to access archived webinars from the Baker Tilly series. 

 


 

Other CPE Opportunities

As a service to our members in these challenging economic times, we are providing a list of webinars provided by other organizations which may be of interest to our members. Many of these opportunities are free and provide CPE hours.  Please contact ACUA's Executive office if you have any questions.

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