Tom has worked with government contractors for over 25 years. His clients have included government and commercial contractors from a wide range of industries, including aerospace, construction, shipbuilding, contingency operations, IT services, engineering, healthcare, and professional services. Tom specializes in helping contractors undertake significant transformative initiatives, which include redesigning and/or developing cost accounting structures and systems, as well as reengineering business processes subject to DFARs Business Systems rules.
His experience includes regularly assisting contractors in preparing CASB disclosure statements; cost impact statements; and responses to allegations of defective pricing and other wrongdoings. Tom also advises contractors and their legal counsel on matters requiring discovery of financial data and forensic analysis in preparation for litigation. He has consulted with government contractors on cost allocability and allowability matters, assisted in responding to questions and allegations raised by the DCAA, DCMA, OIGs and DOJ, and helped contractors evaluate and document their compliance with the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
Washington & Lee University
Bachelor of Science in business administration and accounting