TRAINING

Training

RKI offers a full suite of training courses available on any U.S. Government contract topics a contractor may desire.

Trainings are tailored to each customer’s needs and range from Introduction to Government Contracts courses to more sophisticated cost accounting courses. RKI can provide trainings in a number of forums, at the client’s request.

A sample of the trainings we can provide are below:

New Project

Introduction to U.S. Government Contracts

New Project (1)

Preparing Indirect Cost Rate Proposals

New Project (2)

Designing Your Indirect Rate Structure

New Project (3)

Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) Compliance and Considerations

New Project (4)

U.S. Government Contracts and Your Bottom Line

New Project (5)

Cost Estimating

New Project (6)

U.S. Government Business Systems

New Project

Current and Emerging Trends in U.S. Government Contract Compliance

New Project
Leveraging Sarbanes-Oxley in U.S. Government Compliance

Training

RKI offers a full suite of training courses available on any U.S. Government contract topics a contractor may desire. Trainings are tailored to each customer’s needs and range from Introduction to Government Contracts courses to more sophisticated cost accounting courses. RKI can provide trainings in a number of forums, at the client’s request.

A sample of the trainings we can provide are below:

United States Capitol west fron

> Introduction to
U.S. Government Contracts

banking, bank, dollar

> Preparing Indirect
Cost Rate Proposals

plans, design, web design

> Designing Your
Indirect Rate Structure

money, finance, business

> Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) Compliance and Considerations

business, signature, contract

> U.S. Government Contracts and
Your Bottom Line

road, start, world

> Cost Estimating

work, business, organize

> U.S. Government
Business Systems

paper, business, finance

> Others, per request

us capitol, government, washington dc

> Leveraging Sarbanes-Oxley in
U.S. Government Compliance

ice, stars, winter

> Current and Emerging Trends
in U.S. Government Contract Compliance

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