Planning Budgets with Incremental Funding

Advance Regular Price Member: $
150
Advance Regular Price Non-member: $
150
Registration Deadline:
Aug 23, 2030
Regular Price Member: $
150
Regular Price Non-member: $
150
Registrar Name:
NCMA
Registrar Phone:
1-800-344-8096
Registrar Email:
memberservices@ncmahq.org
Code:
170194
CPE/CLPs:
1.5


Abstract:

Essential for effective contract management is managing costs while ensuring contract compliance. This course will examine the creation of a budget, project setup, tracking of costs, and reporting to meet contractual requirements. The primary focus is with cost-type contracts, but the information provided can be helpful managing budgets for fixed-type contracts where organizations anticipate Cost Accounting Standards–compliant types of awards.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to create a budget based on the contract award
  • The purpose of monitoring funding and costs
  • The essentials of project setup—to include schedule relating to cost
  • How to create a “Funded Through Date/Analysis”

Presenter:

CGlenn Crystal M. Glenn, CPCM, FellowAquabotix_Logo_Stacked_HalfSubmerged

  VP, Finance and Business Operations
  Aquabotix Technology Corporation


 

 Ms. Glenn has extensive experience in various career fields,
 including Finance and Accounting, Contract Administration, and
 Marketing.  Currently, she is the Vice President for Aquabotix for
 finance and business operations. Previously employed at CenturyLink, SAIC and the National Institute of Aerospace for program control management. She has worked on various government and international programs managing budgets and scheduling of $100M+ with EVMS requirements providing various project and financial reporting. 

 

Crystal serves as an Advisor and Vice Chair for the Women in Leadership initiative for the NCMA Tysons chapter, previously served as Tysons chapter President and served on several national NCMA committees.    She is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP).