WE UNRAVEL THE RED TAPE OF GOVERNMENT CONTRACT ACCOUNTING
ARE YOU COMPLIANT WITH GOVERNMENT CONTRACT ACCOUNTING RULES & REGULATIONS?
We are a full service accounting firm that specializes in working with companies whose research, technological developments, and support services are largely backed by federal grants and contracts awarded by Federal Agencies.
Peter Witts CPA PC is your one-true partner for Government Contract Accounting. We’ll help you with that new government contract, make sure you keep a good grip, and maximize your profits.
We bank on our more than 20 years of experience plus insider accounting through first-hand DCAA knowledge and expertise. Say goodbye to red tape, and say hello to the vast new world of Government Contract Accounting.
Our vision is to be the accounting firm with the highest reputation for competence, integrity and client satisfaction by bringing clarity to government contractors, small businesses and individuals.
We are dedicated to providing timely and responsive financial advisory services that meet or exceed the expectations of our clients by:
Creating an environment of teamwork, communication, trust and mutual respect.
Developing highly qualified employees dedicated to our firm’s mission.
Working with you to make sure you are 100% satisfied all the time.
Meet Our Team
Peter Witts, CPA
Bruce Haykal MBA,EA
Lyka Mae Dagulo
Jashmyne Dela Paz
Tim Armand, CPA, MPM
What Our Clients Say
“In the federal accounting space there are those who have learned what they know from the outside and advise their clients accordingly ..and then there are those who have extensively worked on the inside and understand from direct experience how the system really works. These guys are well versed in how to avoid the problems as well as how to help their clients address the problems that they’re having when they do business with federal agencies. For those who seek my counsel in this regard, Peter is always top of my list of players they should talk to. Quiet and unassuming but among the very best you want on your side when the need arises.”
Steve Wein, Founder & President
EO Vista, LLC, Acton, MA
“Peter Witts, CPA is an integral part our financial and accounting team. They have designed and delivered a very high quality, DCAA compliant accounting system to EO Vista. The expertise and dedication that Peter Witts, CPA brings to our company makes them one of the key elements in maintaining an overall level of excellence in our accounting and financial systems.”
“Peter Witts CPA PC provides timely, accurate and professional service to meet all our business needs in regards to Government Compliance. His company has always been flexible in partnering with Windmill International Inc. in order to meet company goals in proposal and financial matters involving government documentation.”
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