Allmond & Company is a certified public accounting firm that began operations in 1985. The firm graduated from U.S. Small Business Administration's 8(a) Program as a minority-owned business in 1997. In 1994, its name was changed from Buck, Allmond & Company to its current name after the withdrawal of Louis Buck as a partner. During the past twenty years, the firm has provided tax, accounting, auditing, and management advisory services to hundreds of professionals and small to medium-sized businesses in the Washington, DC area. The firm's primary efforts, however, have been in support of auditing and accounting requirements of the Federal Government.

Allmond & Company has assembled a dynamic group of experienced professionals who can meet the needs of federal or commercial entities. The members of its team are eminently qualified and have significant experience in providing the types of services required by either environment. The key personnel are experienced in writing clear, concise reports with realistic recommendations. These personnel are also experienced in present the results of audits to the highest level of management.

As Allmond & Company is a certified public accounting firm, its partners and managers are certified public accountants and members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The conduct of firm personnel and work on engagements are governed by the AICPA's Code of Ethics and generally accepted auditing standards. General areas covered include independence, ethics, training, technical proficiency, and reporting. Allmond & Company, in observing all standards in these areas, provides a quality work product to its clients. Additionally, the firm periodically undergoes a quality reviews conducted by peer members of the AICPA.