independent cost research




 The Richmond office is located in downtown Richmond city, on the corner of
Main & 5th streets, 1 block south of the newly renovated John Marshall Hotel.
The Alexandria office is located two blocks from the Eisenhower Metro stop,
on the Yellow Line. Located just minutes from Old Town Alexandria.


Richmond Office Is located in The Virginia Building,
corner of 5th & Main streets
(downtown Richmond)
The Alexandria office is located in
The Eisenhower Center,
Corner of Eisenhower Avenue & Mill Road



Each year, Christopher is required to sucessfully accomplish 40 hours of continuing professional education, all to maintain an active license CPA to practice accounting for small businesses and individuals.

Christopher is constantly leveraged as a consultant by new small business owners, program/office managers and individuals for key tax matters, ‘fast-tracking’ budget plans, identifying key project tasks, and to identify/recognize key dependencies within a plan or strategy.

Christopher has also been continuously involved in computer automation, information systems, and program management for over 18 years. Included in this experience is specialized experience in economic, cost, and financial analysis development, requirements analysis, system design, development, test, and program management support. Christopher has experience developing Information System Cost and Economic Analyses (ISCEA) for Major Automated Information Systems under the Program Executive Office Standard Army Management Information System (PEO STAMIS). He has developed numerous cost analyses, program requirements, risk assessments, resource allocations, and affordability analyses.

He has experience performing requirements analysis, system design, development and testing. His activities include data modeling, transaction flow analysis, test strategy development, and documentation and standardization.

He has also researched and developed the creation of independent cost estimate analyses for multiple Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems (SAP) that support the United States Army’s entire “Single Army Logistics Enterprise” or SALE architecture.

Christopher also works as the cost lead with project managers of multiple distinct programs, experienced industry consultants, and other professionals at Ft. Belvoir and Ft Lee, Virginia to develop scenarios of cost estimate models.

He supports information system development through the creation of multiple complex life cycle cost models using ACEIT software and Microsoft Excel. He evaluates cost savings, creates impact and benefits analyses, Analysis of Alternatives (AoA), functional point analyses, statistical analyses, report preparation and presentation.

Christopher performs “what-if” scenario analyses on an iterative basis using various performance measures, risk management techniques and affordability analysis computations. He collects and analyzes requirements data to support program planning  and the identification of technical and functional resources to perform specific tasks and their associated costs.

In his spare time, Christopher volunteers at a local rescue squad in Richmond, providing immediate medical and rescue services to the sick and injured. He also is a state licensed instructor of vehicle rescue though the Virginia Department of Fire Programs (DFP) and the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads.


Certified Public Accountants provide technical expertise, innovative thinking, and personal service that help organizations thrive and families achieve financial security. In today’s global, competitive and information-driven environment, the CPA’s core competencies – integrity, objectivity, independence, and integrated thinking – bring new and diverse value to clients.


If you think all accountants and other business advisors are alike, think again. Those who are able to call themselves CPA’s have met stringent education and experience requirements, must work in accordance with high quality technical and professional standards, and adhere to a strict code of professional ethics.

You can have a plan. You can have all the right information. But unless you hold these things up to your goals, assess them against your needs, and understand their effects on the future, you can’t make a truly informed decision. That’s where your CPA comes in. Windows of opportunity aren’t always found – they’re created.