Anthony Kim has more than 20 years of experience in various cost accounting and compliance issues related to government contracts. Specifically, he is knowledgeable in the areas of government contract procurement regulations, Cost Accounting Standards, OMB Circulars, Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards and Generally Accepted Auditing Standards.
Anthony’s industry experience includes architecture and engineering, aerospace and defense, construction, manufacturing, information technology, not-for-profits, and higher education. He has assisted clients with complex cost accounting matters, cost representations, business system implementations, expert testimonials, proposal assistance, audit support, and other regulatory compliance matters.
Prior to joining Capital Edge, Anthony was a director at BDO USA, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, and Navigant Consulting. He has also worked for KPMG as a manager for over seven years. Recently, he assisted in developing an annual DCAA conference seminar, conducted training for Federal Publication Seminars and Public Contracting Institute, held webinars with clients and prospects on various government contract compliance matters, and served as a member of the NDIA Contract Finance Committee in charge of regulatory and legislative updates.
He has assisted contractors and their outside counsel to resolve disputes arising under the Federal Acquisition Regulation, Cost Accounting Standards, Truth in Negotiations Act, and other accounting-related rules and regulations, and conducted independent forensic accounting investigations to evaluate allegations of fraud, accounting errors and irregularities, cost mischarging and defective pricing.
Additional experience includes performing various accounting and business system compliance audits (Contracts Administration, Estimating System, Procurement System, Labor System, Billing System, GSA Schedule Compliance, Compensation System, Budget and Planning System); developing and implementing cost accounting and business systems for compliance under various federal procurement regulations, including commercial item contracting; and preparing indirect expense rate structures, models, and submissions in accordance with FAR Subpart 31.2, OMB A-122 and OMB A-87 criteria.