FUN with the DFARS Season 3 On Demand

The popular FUN with the DFARSSM has come to on demand. Watch the DFARS sessions that ran from January 2017 through December 2017 on demand.


Covering each Part of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement and created to make the DFARS approachable and thought provoking for contracting professionals at all levels. All sessions will be recorded and accessible as a podcast throughout the year.

The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is a supplement specific to Department of Defense (DoD) acquisitions. The DFARS provides acquisition regulations that must be followed by both DoD government acquisition professionals and contractors who do business with the DoD. To accomplish this, it is critical for contracting professionals in the government and private sector to have a working knowledge of the source document—the DFARS. Ignorance of the rules can lead to costly and undesirable outcomes. This Virtual Training is designed to teach government and private sector contracting professionals techniques to efficiently and effectively maneuver through the extensive number of clauses and provisions in order to select the right clauses and correct procedures applicable to their contract.

Interactive & Content Rich

  • Class will be taught through a dynamic dialogue with guests and students in a unique radio show format.
  • No Power Points – Go straight to the source! The only material needed for this training is a copy of the DFARS (we want you to take notes in it along the way).


  • Listen to the show whenever you like!

Efficient & Cost Effective

  • Share the experience – schedule as a staff meeting for all to join. High Quality Low Cost Training for your Team!


  • Each session of Fun with the DFARS features trivia, topical jokes and more!


The cast of Fun with the DFARSSM changes each week, with guests rotating through the show on a regular basis. However, Dixon Hughes Goodman’s Bill Walter hosts the show week-to-week.

Bill Walter

Bill is a Partner in Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP’s Government Contracting Consulting Services Group. Bill has over 25 years of experience helping companies identify and resolve issues associated with cost accounting and financial management systems. He has an extensive background in the application and interpretation of rules, regulations, and standards applicable to government contractors. Bill is also recognized for his extensive knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, individual agency supplements to the FAR, the Truth in Negotiations Act and the Cost Accounting Standards and his experience with real business issues, systems and solutions. Bill’s work includes helping clients understand the requirements associated with Federal contracting, developing and implementing pricing strategies, indirect cost allocation solutions, developing accounting, estimating, procurement, project management and integrated system requirements for clients in various field such as manufacturing, health care, construction, energy and service industries. Starting out his career as an auditor for the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), Bill was responsible for evaluating contractor submissions to ensure that they were based on current, accurate, and complete information and were prepared according to appropriate regulations. While with DCAA, Bill was responsible for implementing micro-computers and training his fellow auditors and administrative staff to use major application software packages. Bill has developed and taught many courses on accounting and financial management of government contracts. He regularly presents to industry groups on current issues in the Federal procurement arena.

Continuing Education Credit


24 credits for entire series. 2 credits per session.


1.8 credits for entire series. .15 per session

CPE (business law)

21.5 credits for entire series. 1.5 credits per session.


18 credits for entire series for AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, FL, HI, ME, MT, NJ, NY, ND, OR, OH, PA, TX, VA, WI (if you need CLE for a state not listed, call us.) 1.5 credits per session.


This course can be submitted to Project Management Institute (PMI) for PDU. Upon their approval, it may be worth 1.5 PDU credits per session or 18 credits for the entire series.

Upcoming Seminars

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