Contractor support for the Financial Reporting and Analysis Division (CG-842), the Personal Property Accountability Division (CG-844), and the Audit Remediation Division (CG-845). We provide complete capital acquisition lifecycle support from initiation through capitalization and recording of assets in USCG financial systems. This includes the establishment of CIP projects, review of CIP related transactions, preparation and review of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) compliant Construction in Progress (CIP) packages with all supporting documentation to properly capitalize assets as they are delivered in accordance with existing Coast Guard policies and procedures. We gather documents, research valuation and date in service, calculate labor rates, prepare and track CIP packages, document and test internal controls, prepare and provide CIP related training, support audit remediation activities and aid in the CIP accrual.
To be fully qualified, a senior associate must have a bachelor's degree in accounting or a bachelor's degree with an active Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification, and 2.5 years of relevant government work experience. In addition, a senior associate must have experience auditing federal agencies financial statements, or performing audit readiness work in the Department of Homeland Security as a government employee or contractor directly in support of an audit readiness task order. Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) certification may be substituted for the CPA requirement.