Cory Scott

Background Mr. Scott is a seasoned government contracts and accounting professional with almost a decade of experience working with small businesses and not-for-profit organizations to meet regulatory expectations for contracts and grants with the U.S. Government. In Cory’s career thus far he has held diverse roles that frequently challenged him to learn and quickly adapt to changing conditions and rapidly establish new and compliant processes to meet contract expectations. He has served as a project controller responsible for Antarctic expeditions at a well-known educational not-for-profit, Controller and independent consultant to multiple small businesses, as well as roles with responsibilities in the areas of contracts administration and purchasing. Professional Experience Prior to joining Redstone GCI Cory worked a variety of roles with both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations working with the U.S. Government. These roles spanned contracts administration, accounting and compliance functions. His prior experience includes working with many small businesses to establish DCAA compliant accounting, timekeeping and purchasing systems. In his prior roles he was responsible not only for the implementation and operation of accounting systems, but also for the training and education of staff members on compliance expectations and preparation for audits such as DCAA Incurred Cost Audits, Voucher Examinations, Pre/Post Award Accounting System Audits, Labor Floor Checks and many other frequently occurring interactions with auditors from the Defense Contract Audit Agency. In addition to compliance roles, Cory has been responsible for budgeting, proposal pricing, contract administration and traditional accounting functions (AP, AR, Billing, Payroll, et. al). His diverse skillset provides our clients with an excellent resource in the areas of small business accounting, contract administration and not-for-profit grant support. Cory is experienced with a variety of accounting systems including Deltek GCS Premier, Costpoint, QuickBooks and Unanet. Education Cory graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a BSBA in Accounting and a Master of Accountancy degree.

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5 Tips for Government Contractors Using Quickbooks

For most small businesses - and especially for those in the early stages of their life cycle - Quickbooks is an excellent option and an almost fundamental starting point when considering an accounting software from which to grow your company. It is cost effective, easy to use, and given its popularity and presence in the market, training resources are readily available. But is it a viable option for Government Contractors?

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Topics: Compliant Accounting Infrastructure, Quickbooks