Our vision,” explains Brian Felix, Chairman, “is to bring all the project team members together to exchange knowledge and ideas to improve the overall control environment for the Owners, delivering them greater value.
Chesterfield, VA (PRWEB) February 23, 2016
The National Association of Construction Auditors (NACA) (http://www.thenaca.org) finalizes the program for their 2016 Annual Conference being held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, FL on March 21-23, 2016.
Join other Auditing, Accounting and Construction professionals (CMs, PMs, Accountants, Auditors, Attorneys, Engineers, CPAs, Architects, Estimators, etc.) at the most economical conference with the most interesting topics. The 20 hours of continuing professional education credits include Best-in-Class sessions you cannot miss:
- The Future of Construction - Randy Stutzman, FMI Capital Advisors, Inc.
- Overcoming Resistance: What Works & What Doesn’t - Courtenay Thompson
- Cyber Security, Responsibility and Liability - John Sier
- A Claim Gone Bad - Sam Hadley & Lucas Troyer
- Vendor Fraud – Case Study - Bob Meissner
- Dealing with Management & Clients on Construction-Related Fraud - Courtenay Thompson
- The Construction Managers Role - Marvin Johnson
- Organized Crime in Construction - Iris Duncan
- Lost Profits - The Denny Construction Case - Jack Harris
- Effective Auditing of Construction Activity - Update - Rich Townsend
- GMP: Is It Really a Guaranteed Maximum Price? - Paul Pettit
- The G702/G703 Payment Application - Best Practices and Methodologies - John Wisz
- Labor Rate Workshop - Paul Donovan
- Auditing the Administrative Owner Management Aspects of Construction Projects - Warren Hudson
- Fraud in Construction - David Cotton
- Providing Added Value to Your Construction Clients with Data Analytics - Brian Moore
- What Does Fraud Look Like in a Construction Project - Greg Smith
- Ethics, Is It Part of Your Business Culture - Jim Brigham
- Government Contracts - John Croy
- Change Orders - John Wisz
- Construction Contract-Language and Process (Lessons Learned From the Audit Trail) - John Conley
This year’s program was developed by continuing to embrace the NACA mission to seek out and unite those individuals performing in the fields of construction and risk management, auditing, accounting, public accounting, architecture, and engineering; and be recognized as the authority on construction project controls. “Our vision,” explains Brian Felix, Chairman, “is to bring all the project team members together to exchange knowledge and ideas to improve the overall control environment for the Owners, delivering them greater value.”
The NACA grants the designation of Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) and Construction Control Professional (CCP) to the individuals with the expertise in these areas. The National Association of Construction Auditors is committed to providing resources, information, and leadership for NACA members, their clients, and the public to ensure the highest standard of construction controls possible.
For a limited period of time, the National Association of Construction Auditors (NACA) is currently accepting applications under the grandfathering provision for the Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) and Construction Control Professional (CCP) designations, setting the standard in these fields (http://www.thenaca.org). The provisions are a point-based system based upon education, training, and experience.
The grandfathering provision will be replaced by a challenging testing process beginning in 2016.
While “National” is in our name, we welcome members from around the globe.