Keith is a CPA and partner with Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC (CRI), and has a combined twenty years of experience in private industry and public accounting. Keith is a part of the firm’s governmental services and nonprofit practice recognized throughout the South for its knowledge of auditing standards and business practices. Keith specializes in providing audit, tax and consulting services to nonprofits, as well as federal, state and local governments. Keith regularly serves as a continuing education leader for CRI as well as a certified facilitator in the CRI Leadership Academy. Keith is an active member in the American Institute of Certified Accountants (AICPA) and the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA), and is a 2011 inductee to the Troy University Accounting Hall of Honor.
For many organizations the indirect cost process is a confusing, unclear endeavor. Understanding indirect cost is an important key in the budgeting and management processes of the grant-funded entity. Unfamiliarity with the rules surrounding indirect costs can lead to issues of noncompliance and potential disallowance of costs creating an unnecessary financial burden on the entity. […]
In this companion course to Understanding Indirect Costs, we will work through an actual indirect cost proposal, giving the participant the tools necessary to successfully complete an indirect cost proposal. This is part 2 of a 2 part course. This session is recommended for all professionals involved with the preparation and review of an indirect […]
One of the most critical components of an organization’s financial management system is its internal control. Under the Uniform Guidance, internal control is considered essential for minimizing fraud, waste, and abuse. Noncompliance with federal regulations can often be traced to an inadequate system of internal controls. Do you know if your organization’s controls meet expectations? […]
Join us for a deep dive into the Uniform Guidance Subpart E – Cost Principles. In this session, we drill down into Subpart E covering the basic consideration associated with determining allowable cost; direct cost vs. indirect costs; cost allocation plans; and selected items of cost. This session is recommended for all attendees. The experience […]