Strategic Consulting Solutions, Inc.


Upcoming Events

 

What Makes an Accounting System Compliant Lunch & Learn

Thursday, August 16, 2018 – Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce

Whether your contracts call for it or not, a compliant accounting system is a fundamental need for all successful businesses.  Laura Davis, President of Strategic Consulting Solutions, will lead you through the must-have elements that create a compliant accounting system!

  • Why Do I Need a Compliant Accounting System?
  • Auditor’s Judgment
  • Definitions
  • Key Components
  • Audits
  • How to be prepared for an audit
  • Common Deficiencies

Principals of Proposal Development Lunch & Learn

Thursday, September 27, 2018 – Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce

Responding to an RFP is costly, time consuming and often frustrating.  This workshop will examine two crucial aspects of a RFP response to help eliminate some of the difficulty.  Alan Baker of Crown Point Consultants will cover the necessities of a successful Technical Pricing proposal.


2018 SCS/PDS GovCon Seminar

Thursday, October 18, 2018 in Knoxville, TN

We have set the date for our annual GovCon seminar

Throughout the year we offer exceptional educational sessions to ensure you’re kept up to date on compliance and any changes in our GovCon industry.  For our annual premier event, we strive even harder to introduce you to new speakers and topics along side familiar faces and GovCon standards.  

PDS and Strategic Consulting Solutions hope you will join us again this year for our latest incarnation of our annual GovCon Seminar! 


DEFENSE CONTRACTOR ACADEMY

NOV 13-15, 2018

Central Piedmont Community College
Hall Building, Room 215
1112 Charlottetowne Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28235-5009

The Defense Contractor Academy hosted by the North Carolina Military Business Center, Industrial Expansion Solutions at NC State University, Wake Technical Community College and Central Piedmont Community College, will offer an intermediate-level of instruction and a certificate of completion to existing, small business defense contractors to provide the tools needed to grow the federal portion of their business portfolio. 

“The Defense Contractor Academy  provides the advanced skills businesses need in federal business development,  competitive processes and federal contracting procedures to grow in the federal  marketplace – and to grow jobs in North Carolina,” – Scott Dorney, Executive Director of the NCMBC.

A series of classes will be offered November 13-15 in Charlotte, beginning at 0800 and ending at 1600 each day.  Each Academy day will include presentation of material and either a panel or guest business(es) to discuss their experiences regarding the topic of the session.