Are you faced with making a determination on whether government relief funds are right for your company?
Watch our recorded webcast where PwC subject matter specialists provide insight to help you confidently navigate this crisis through the use of government relief funds and tax strategies.
Our interactive panel talk through your top challenges and questions, including:
Julie Allen is the National Tax Services (NTS) Market Tax Leader responsible for the strategy and operations of the national tax practice. She also leads the Washington National Tax Services Mergers & Acquisitions practice, and as a transactions group Partner, consults on federal taxation issues involving corporations and their shareholders.
Phil Koos is a contractual agreement specialist who provides advice to commercial companies, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions regarding the pricing, costing, and administrative requirements of federal contracts, grants, and other agreements. Phil has a deep history of providing government awards compliance and accounting services to businesses including those associated with past large government stabilization bills and funding.
Suzanne Roske has worked with recipients of U.S. government funds for over 20 years. She specializes in government procurement regulations, providing guidance to commercial clients in aerospace & defense, technology, private equity, healthcare and government services sectors. Suzanne also works with clients in higher education and not-for-profit sectors.
John May provides guidance to commercial clients across the energy, utility, aerospace and defense, automotive, software, and pharmaceutical life science industries. He provides in-depth analysis and perspectives pertaining to government contracts, grants and other agreement issues along with investigation and compliance assistance. John has significant experience assisting clients with complex contracting issues including incurred cost submissions, reimbursement claims, federal disaster recovery efforts, and other compliance related matters.
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