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Winning Business with the Federal Government

Presented by Lenee Lyte

What it takes to win business with the federal government. We will walk through steps like getting your company registered in SAM’s, acquiring small/disadvantaged business certifications, and setting up a full-end government accounting system. We will walk you through all you need to consider to be set up to bid on federal proposals.

 

 

Lenee Lyte: Not many people can say that accounting and business process improvement light them up. Luckily, I can! My career adventures include experiences in the GovCon, banking and financial services industry, financial reporting and auditing. My favorite challenges include solving accounting information system-related issues, business process improvement, and developing financial reports to support executive management decisions. I have over 13 years of experience in Financial Accounting and Reporting, Cost Accounting, Capital Markets, Mortgage-Backed Securities, Internal Audit, SOX Compliance, Systems Development Lifecycle Management, GovCon Accounting/Compliance, and more. If that felt like a chore to digest, imagine how pivotal it is to have someone knowledgeable in your corner as you run your business. While there are many industries within the accounting and compliance sphere, I find that my skills are best suited within the government contracting sector. Whether it’s advanced knowledge of GAAP, FASB, and SOX Compliance, or questions about system implementation and DCAA/FAR compliance, I am able to provide you the support you’ll need to succeed.

Tasha Jones: Tasha has a multi-faceted background in curating business and technology solutions for businesses and independent professionals; and rescuing troubled initiatives ranging from small engagements to multi-million-dollar global enterprise initiatives. She leverages competencies in Data Analysis & Strategy, Systems Engineering, Data Curation, Project/Program/Portfolio Management and Business Operations Strategy & Management to design, execute and implement solutions for her clients. Tasha has held various roles of escalating responsibility, authority and complexity over the last 22 years, is a U.S. Navy veteran, and former senior level federal civilian. What makes her a great consultant are those intangible gifts that feel so rare in today’s professional world – honesty, compassion, and a willingness to just get it done. Her strong interests in solving problems and helping people inspired her to create Twenty39; which serves as the foundation for a legacy of generational inspiration, prosperity and social impact. Outside of business hours, Tasha invests in startups and real estate, supports entrepreneurs and social impact organizations, and serves on board for Citrine Angels, a membership group providing early-stage investment opportunities and education to female investors in the Washington DC Metro area.