Internal Audit Series: Contract Audits

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December 6, 2018 9:00 AM PT
1 hour

Whether you’re a government organization planning to post a contract opportunity or a contractor that recently won a government contract, now is the time to make sure you have a contract audit plan in place.

In this third part of our internal audit webinar series, we’ll explore how to protect your organization’s investment by establishing a contract audit program.


  • Importance of performing regular contract audits
  • Compliance challenges facing government contractors
  • Government contract types and their audit requirements
  • Incorporating contract audits into your business process


Mark Steranka, Partner, Moss Adams

Mark has over 30 years of experience working with businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental entities throughout the United States. He has directed and managed hundreds of consulting engagements during his career. Mark specializes in working with boards, councils, and senior management of organizations from a wide range of industries, including agriculture, architecture, construction, engineering, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, higher education, manufacturing, not-for-profit, retail, technology, and telecommunications. His areas of expertise include: strategic planning, succession planning, compensation benchmarking and design, internal and performance audits, and management organization, and operations assessments.

Robert Gutierrez, Manager, Moss Adams

Robert is a manager with more than eight years of internal audit experience. He has in-depth experience in the performance of contract audits and in working with governments at the federal, state, and local levels. Prior to joining Moss Adams, Robert was a Senior Auditor with the Defense Contract Audit Agency where he audited a major defense contractor’s records and submissions under procurement regulations and accounting standards.

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