The National SBIR/STTR Conference is May 14-16 in Anaheim, California and will be held in conjunction with the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo.
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The SBIR Targeted Technologies (START) program helps growing Massachusetts-based companies commercialize technologies developed under SBIR and STTR contracts. The START program plays an important role in powering Massachusetts’ Innovation Economy. Since the program’s founding in 2012, START has:
Sep 14, 2017 11:20:12 AM
Aug 25, 2017 12:04:04 PM
Jameson & Co. is happy to share that ByteCubed Ventures' will host its first Lunch with Leaders! Jonathan Aberman - Founder and Managing Director, Amplifier Ventures and TandemNSI, host of the What's Working in Washington podcast, and regular columnist for Washington Post's Capital Business - will give a talk titled "Pitching Investors Without Getting Caught in the Sandtraps!"
Aug 24, 2017 2:08:42 PM
Establishing a compliant accounting system early on has an enormous influence in determining a small business’s success when working with the government.
Aug 9, 2017 12:39:06 PM
Jameson & Co., CPAs will be speaking at this years Beyond Phase II Mentor Protégé Training Week in Chicago on Implementing SBIR Accounting Systems as well as participating in a panel discussion on fraud, waste, and abuse. This event is designed to strengthen DOD’s commitment to the Small Business community by equipping the Defense Industrial Base and Government representatives with innovative solutions, cutting edge acquisition practices, and new SBIR, MPP, and Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) policies and procedures.
Jul 18, 2017 3:32:24 PM
The Section 809 Panel is a congressionally mandated panel tasked with streamlining and improving the defense acquisition process. They believe bold improvements are needed to create an agile and simple defense acquisition process that provides the warfighter what they need, when they need it.
Jun 27, 2017 10:59:58 AM
There are numerous companies that are doing business with the federal government, some for decades, some for years, and some just started. No matter the maturity of the company, each must comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulations as outlined in their grants and/or contracts. The question we often get is “How do I know if my team is doing the accounting properly for our government award(s)?” Well, there are many questions you could ask your financial team but, we’ve narrowed it down to just two:
Small Business Innovation Breakfast: Government Funding for Emerging Technologies | 7/19 Kendall Square
Jun 26, 2017 2:29:01 PM
Jameson & Co. is excited to be participating in the Small Business Innovation Breakfast: Government Funding for Emerging Technologies event on July 19th in Kendall Square. The morning will be dedicated to small businesses finding new opportunities to work on programs with federal agencies like the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) and the Small Business Administration (SBA).
Learn about new programs to get your company funded in as little as 30 days as the government looks to attract companies in emerging technology fields like AI, cybersecurity, robotics, additive manufacturing, biologics and wearables. The event will feature speakers from DIUx, the SBA and Jameson. DIUx is an innovation cell stood up by the military to attract emerging technology companies with one of its first offices opening in Boston. The SBA has also created new programs to boost funding ceilings to small businesses working on R&D programs.
This is a unique opportunity to learn about these exciting new programs that allow you to build your companies without losing equity. We look forward to seeing everyone soon.
Jun 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM
We previously talked about uncompensated overtime and what it means. (If you missed that blog, check it out here.) We also talked about a couple methods to deal with this; Options #1 and #2. Now, let’s look at another method: Pro-rate the standard hours per pay period (i.e. 40 hrs if paid weekly) based on the actual hours worked.
Topics: Uncompensated Overtime