Our clients will undoubtedly benefit from Margaret’s expertise in government contracting. She not only has a wealth of knowledge and experience as to best practices and approaches, she also provides both DCAA and industry perspectives.
McLean, VA (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
Argy, Wiltse & Robinson, P.C. (Argy) is pleased to welcome Margaret Worthington to our team of professionals providing services for government contractors.
Margaret becomes a resource to Argy clients, effective immediately, after a career that includes 18 years with PWC’s (and legacy Price Waterhouse’s) Government Contracting Consulting group, including 12 years as a Partner, working for many large and middle market Government Contractors in all aspects of government contract consulting. As the sole proprietor of MMW Consulting, Margaret also continues to consult and be an expert for clients doing business with the Federal government on matters including:
- Pricing, costing and settlement of government contracts
- Expert witness consulting and testimony in the areas of cost evaluation, cost realism, cost allowability and allocability, cost accounting standards, defective pricing and contract terms, and compliance issues
Prior to joining Price Waterhouse, Margaret worked for the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) for 16 years in various key roles. She is a recognized national industry expert who has written or coauthored many books and articles including “Contracting with The Federal Government,” which has been an invaluable resource to the industry for two decades. She has served as an expert witness on a wide variety of large cases representing multinational public companies for over 25 years and continues to be known and recognized as a ‘go to” expert in the cost and pricing aspects of Federal Government contracting.
“Our clients will undoubtedly benefit from Margaret’s expertise in government contracting as she not only has a wealth of knowledge and experience as to best practices and approaches with dealing with issues, she also provides both the DCAA and industry perspectives,” notes Argy’s President and CEO, Paul Argy. “We are really excited to have Margaret on our team to provide this caliber of resource to our clients as well as to help develop our other professionals in our consulting group.