Were you aware that winning and performing a federal government contact was only part of being a successful government contractor?  Many federal contract awards are contingent upon the determination of whether a contractor's accounting system meets the established requirements, follows specific written accounting policies, and maintains an accounting system that can perform specific cost, timekeeping, and billing functions.  Agencies conduct unique "financial health" audits prior to awarding some contracts.  Be proactive and be prepared!

This presentation will introduce participants to DCAA and their responsibilities and duties, as well as discuss how proposal adequacy is determined through discussions on FAR Part 15, Table 15-2 and DFARs 252.215-7009. 

 

The webinar will help clarify proposal adequacy requirements for cost elements such as:

  • Direct Labor

  • Material

  • Subcontracts

  • Other Direct Costs (ODCs)

  • Indirect Rates. 

 

Finally, participants will learn about historical data considerations, FAR Part 31 Unallowable Costs, common proposal deficiencies, and regulatory resources to assist with proposal development.

What:    DCAA Overview & Proposal Adequacy

 

When:   Tuesday, June 30, 2020
 

Time:     10:00 a.m. – 12:30 pm

 

Cost:      FREE 

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