How Are Awards Audited?
Understanding the Different Types of DCAA Audits

ThumbnailUnderstandingDifferentTypesYou’re about to enter into a business agreement with the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world -- the United States government.

To help you understand the government’s rules for cost-reimbursable awards and the consequences when their expectations aren’t met, we’ve created a foundational whitepaper, Understanding the Different Types of DCAA Audits.”

This comprehensive resource will give you a basic, yet critical understanding of cost-reimbursable awards and how they are audited, including: 

  • Which awards are cost-reimbursable
  • Government’s three primary purchasing methods
  • Role of the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
  • DCAA pre-award survey
  • Full-blown accounting system review
  • Provisional billing rate audit
  • Progress payment audit
  • Surprise time sheet audit
  • Financial capacity audit
  • Annual incurred cost audit
  • Contract close out

This information is designed to help you understand the different types of government audits cost-reimbursable awards are subject to so that you can make an informed decision about the proper oversight of your accounting system.

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