Corporate F.A.C.T.S. provides financial services to organizations of all sizes. We help nonprofit organizations to develop financial management systems and strategies to restore their fiscal health. Working with the client, we determine what they need to operate an effective organization, establish appropriate systems, and often, train the employees to implement the systems.
C-FACTS also provides professional support as chief financial officer through a contractual relationship. This work usually includes general accounting services ranging from ccounts payable and receivable to provide regular financial reports for boards of directors as well as funders. In some cases, this work involves creating their financial management systems.
Our consultants bring their vast experience to your organization. We can provide financial services for real estate, community based non-profits, and tax credit properties. With our proven solutions we have turned-around many distressed organizations and provided a strong financial structure for their future.
Turning around severely distressed organizations requires aggressive solutions. Planning must be accelerated with the expertise. Once planning choices are made, tasks must be executed with meticulousness in what is often a very critical atmosphere. When matters get critical, our consultants provide the seasoned objectivity to guide you through critical decisions and assist in executing complex restructuring plans.
C-FACTS provides a full array of Grants Management services that includes assurance, accounting, and consulting expertise. We monitor internal controls, and leverages records management and financial systems to support the integrity of the grants management process. Our consultants combine an auditor's approach with practical leadership to transition the grants management lifecycle to an auditable, efficient, and mission-effective program that adheres to applicable financial management laws, regulations, and guidance.
We have experience working with federal government agencies and grantees to build better financial management systems, strengthen internal controls and develop cost allocation plans and indirect cost rates.