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Surviving the DCAA Exit Conference and Audit Remediation

Months can expire between the conclusion of an audit and when the DCAA issues an audit report. Save yourselves needless speculation and angst! Make sure to hold an exit conference…

Received a DCAA Audit Letter? Don’t Panic!

For government contractors, auditing is a matter of when – not if. Yet many contractors still panic when they receive the inevitable audit request from the Defense Contract Audit Agency.…

Begin Planning Today for DCAA and DCMA Contract Reviews

The minute you sign a contract with an agency of the federal government, one thing becomes certain: you will be audited. In fact, depending on your contract, you may undergo…

Outsource Your Incurred Cost Proposal

Congratulations! You Submitted Your Incurred Cost Proposal. But is it Adequate? If your company has flexibly priced or time-and-materials federal contracts that contain the Allowable Cost & Payment clause (FAR…

Allowable Rental Costs

We often receive questions regarding the amount of allowable rental costs between related parties. Rental costs are normally allowable to the extent they are reasonable and allocable. In an effort…