Don't miss a lively panel discussion by Indian Country's top
In 2012, the Supreme Court issued a ruling in Salazar v. Ramah Navajo Chapter that may allow your tribe to collect unpaid contract support costs in a big way – if you know what steps to take. At Falmouth Institute’s seventh annual Indirect Cost Summit you’ll receive up-to-the-minute information from the country's top Contract Support Cost litigation attorneys: Michael Gross, Geoff Strommer and Lloyd Benton Miller.
Bring your questions for an in-depth Q and A session and learn what you need to do to collect in full, including how to stay within the statute of limitations under the Contract Disputes Act.
We'll also provide you with an overview of S-1574, which provides for tribes to choose IDC to P.L. 102-477 Programs.
Our talented faculty – Richard Phelps; John Friel, CPA and Brian Deveau, CPA – will instruct you on the most effective strategies and time-tested techniques for negotiating IDC agreements with the National Business Center (NBC). They’ll walk you through everything you need to know about re-budgeting to eliminate over-recoveries, how to report indirect cost activities and how to avoid charges of filing false claims. We’ll discuss policy on allocating tribal money to exclusions to manage tribal supplements and have an in-depth discussion of multiple rates. Plus, you’ll discover what the most recent court rulings mean for your tribe in terms of how you need to file claims.
It is now time to put the newly-won victories to work. Allow our experts to walk you through the decisions and show you how they can be incorporated into your strategy when developing your tribe’s next indirect cost proposal. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – register today!
Pre-Summit Workshop - March 19 - Join us and be fully prepared for the complexities of the two-day Summit. The Pre-Summit Workshop will cover generating your IDC proposal from beginning to end. (You must register for the Indirect Cost Summit in order to attend this session.)
*Topics and presenters subject to change.