You just found out about a contract that you want to go after. The prime that wants to team with you says you need to be DCAA compliant.
What does it mean? How long will it take? How much will it cost? How do you get DCAA to approve your accounting system? Are you even going after the type of work that will require DCAA compliance? Is now the time to invest in the accounting systems for growth?
In this course, you will learn:
- what a DCAA Compliant Chart of Accounts should look like;
- how to identify direct, fringe, overhead, G&A, and Unallowable costs in your Accounting System;
- requirements for completing timesheets, labor distribution, and billing reports and
- DCAA Indirect Rate Calculation methods as shown in the Solvability Rate & Pricing Model (RPM).
Target Audience: Companies pursuing federal contracting opportunities