Webcast for Government Contractors: How to Build a Successful Foundation for DCAA Compliance

Webcast Overview As a government contractor, you may have heard that your organization must have an accounting system that is approved by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) to do business with the U.S. Department of Defense. No such requirement exists. DCAA does not certify accounting systems—they accept accounting systems. Attend this webcast to learn…

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Webcast Opportunity: Understanding DCAA Requirements and the new PASS or FAIL AUDITS criteria – Is your organization ready?

By far, the largest hurdle for small to mid-sized government contractors to overcome is the requirement to provide excruciating detail about the direct, indirect and overhead expenses associated with every item billed to the government in fulfillment of specific contract awards. Are you equipped to PASS DCAA AUDITS? Join us for this one hour webcast on Thursday,…

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DCAA Compliance Requires Better Processes and Flexible Tools - 'Documentation Traceability' Can Build Confidence in Audits

To comply with the regulations regarding proper financial management, government contractors must satisfy the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), which is responsible for performing all audits for the DoD, and for providing accounting and financial advisory services to DoD components responsible for procurement and contract administration. DCAA also provides contract audit services for many other…

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Government IT Contractor Shows Force Is With Microsoft Dynamics NAV

REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 4, 2008 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that Force 3 Inc., a leading IT solutions provider to the federal government and other organizations, has selected Microsoft Dynamics NAV to integrate and streamline its project accounting and financial management operations, manage its fast-growing business, and handle the stringent compliance obligations it faces…

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Segovia Says Microsoft Dynamics NAV from PVBS is the Right Choice to Meet Federal Contracting Requirements and to Support Tremendous Growth

Pleasant Valley Business Solutions (PVBS) announced that fast-growing government contractor Segovia (Herndon, VA) has procured Microsoft Dynamics NAV for to handle its project accounting and financial management requirements. Segovia is a classic example of the type of Federal government contractor that moves to Microsoft Dynamics NAV from QuickBooks: fast growing, requires a DCAA-compliant (Defense Contract…

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Dynamics SL is a Great Option for Government Contractors

I hear from many government contractors that they feel like there should be more options in the ERP marketplace for government contractors.  Here’s a case study which shows how Phoenix International is using Microsoft Dynamics to meet their DCAA compliance needs and make confident decisions based on accurate and accessible financial information. Larry Mocniak, CFO…

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Key DCAA Reporting Requirements included in Dynamics SL

RSM McGladrey and Unanet hosted a breakout session entitled “Project and Financial Management Solutions for Government Contractors” at the Microsoft Government Contractor Summit. This was a very popular session which drew much enthusiasm from attendees.  It’s hard to replicate the government contractor specific demo showcased but if you want to get a feel for what…

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Professional Services Council Merges with the Contract Services Adminstration

Stan Soloway, President of the Professional Services Council had some exciting news this week!  The Professional Services Council merged with the Contract Services Adminstration and now has 320 of the largest and top growing services contractors represented. This will enable the PSC to be the SOLE association to the federal services marketplace.  To Read More…

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High-Growth Government Contractor Says Microsoft Dynamics NAV Solution from PVBS Helped Company Manage Growth and Optimize Contract Opportunities

Pleasant Valley Business Solutions (PVBS) released a press release in regards to one of their customers Oberon Associates.  What I find particularly notable is that Dynamics NAV supported Oberon’s growth without Oberon having to invest in more functionality. I often hear in talking to government contractors that they outgrow their Quickbooks and GCS Premier solution….

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DCAA Compliance Gets Easier with the Right Reporting Tools and Standard Reports

In speaking with Ken Bricker, former DCAA auditor and Senior Partner at Goodman and Co.  We asked Ken:   What do DCAA auditors look for in a commercially available accounting package? Auditors want to ensure that the accounting solution generates the reports they need to adequately show contract status and compliance. The reports need to…

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