Join us at our next live training workshop where Joseph Gregor, Program Manager and Audit Expert for the Defense Contract Audit Agency’s (DCAA) small business program, will walk you through DCAA’s Accounting System requirements and give a working understanding of the terminology and explain the additional requirements placed on businesses who are federal contractors.
For accountants, small business owners, and executives, this session will help you understand why federal contractors invest in specialized accounting software that is designed to support federal contracting requirements for billing, costing and pricing, and reporting.
Here is what you will learn:
What is on the checklist for DCAA Compliance and what the checklist terms mean.
Common government contract accounting terminology with examples of how to classify costs as direct, indirect, unallowable.
That it is not the accounting software itself that’s “DCAA Compliant or DCAA Approved,” but how you show that you operate the system and understand the rules.
That you must complete timesheets daily if you are a federal contractor providing services that are billed by hours and costs.
What to look for in accounting software, plus examples of systems commonly used by federal contractors.
Target Audience: small business contractors providing services to the federal government that require a bidding process.
Space is limited, so please click the Register Now button above to reserve your seat.