William D. Sawicki is a Director in the Firm's New Haven, Connecticut office. He has more than 30 years of accounting and auditing experience working with government agencies, nonprofit entities and employee benefit plan providers. He also has a particular expertise in conducting audits for GAO Yellow Book, and federal (A-133) and state single audits. Mr. Sawicki is Chairman of Marcum LLP's National Employee Benefit Practice Committee. Their responsibilities under Mr. Sawicki's direction include providing firm-wide training on benefit plan audits, as well as keeping up on the latest accounting and auditing standards. He also reviews benefit plan audits as part of his Engagement Quality Review duties.
Mr. Sawicki has an extensive background working with the State of Connecticut on compliance factors related to special projects and funding sources. He has performed audit and other attest services for several state agencies including the Connecticut Innovations, Inc., Connecticut Development Authority, and CTTransit. He has been responsible for, and participated in, approximately 20 municipal audits in the State of Connecticut. In addition, Mr. Sawicki has led internal audit engagements involving bidding processes, overhead and cost allocations, construction change orders, retainage, budgets and facilities operations. Finally, he oversees audits for numerous nonprofit organizations located throughout Connecticut.
Mr. Sawicki shares his expertise internally to other Firm professionals through instructing classes and serving as an external quality reviewer (EQR) on engagements. He has developed training materials for governmental auditing and single audits and is a frequent speaker at in-house seminars on topics related to government auditing standards, nonprofit and governmental auditing, and the audits of employee benefit plans.
Professional & Civic Affiliations
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CSCPA)
Government Finance Officer�s Association, Connecticut Chapter