The Saga Continues: PPP, FHWA & FAR Overhead Rates

PPP FHWA FAR Overhead RatesDuration: 60-minutes
Previously Recorded

Lately, there has been significant discussion on how AE firms should treat their PPP loan for DOT contracting purposes. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) guidance, DCAA guidance, and the opinions of industry insiders are somewhat varied, making an already complicated situation even more daunting.

Join us on our upcoming webinar with AE and PPP experts Wayne Owens and Steve Snyder as we discuss the latest developments and strategies to minimize overhead rate impact on your firm.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the latest guidance
  • How to allocate the forgiveness cost pool
  • Options to avoid long-term negative impact

Webinar: The Saga Continues: PPP, FHWA & FAR Overhead Rates

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About the Presenters

T. Wayne Owens, CPA, CGMA, CDA | Stambaugh Ness

Wayne Owens, CPA, CGMA, CDA | Managing Director, Government Contract Services Practice Area

Over his 35+ year career, T. Wayne has established himself as a respected thought leader in the architecture and engineering industry. As the founder of T. Wayne Owens & Associates, PC, Wayne honed his skills providing consulting, auditing, and financial management services for firms nationally as well as serving as CFO of an architectural firm. You can frequently find him presenting to national audiences on his favorite industry topics including AE auditing and financial management, the AASHTO Uniform Audit & Accounting Guide, FAR overhead rates, government contracting, and project accounting.

 

Steve Snyder

Steve Snyder, CPA, CCIFP | Director, AEC Group

As Director, Steve’s concentration is on assisting clients within the architecture, engineering, construction and real estate development industries to improve internal processes and maximize profitability. Clients also benefit from his extensive experience auditing employee benefit plans ranging from 100 to 5,000 employees. In addition to his technical competence, Steve is an avid Penn State football fan and expert tailgater.