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Advanced Forum on DCAA and DCMA Cost, Pricing, Compliance, and Audits

On June 13, Mary Karen Wills will discuss “New Audit Challenges for Industry: The Practical Impact of the DCAA Selected Areas of Cost Guidebook.” Continue reading Advanced Forum on DCAA and DCMA Cost, Pricing, Compliance, and Audits

Recent CRA Resolution of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Regulation

March 7—Last night, the Senate passed a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution disapproving of the August 25, 2016, final “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Federal Acquisition Regulation, often referred to as the “blacklisting” regulation. Continue reading Recent CRA Resolution of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Regulation

Year-End Compliance Planning for Federal Contractors and Awardees

As another year comes to a close, BRG’s Government Contracts Advisory Services team is here to share a year-end compliance planning checklist for Federal Contractors and Awardees. As you get ready to close the books on another year, these proactive efforts can help your organization prepare for and reduce delays in completing annual compliance and business processes, audit readiness, mitigation of potential issues, and improvement of audit outcomes and internal/external reporting. Continue reading Year-End Compliance Planning for Federal Contractors and Awardees

Government Contract Accounting and Compliance Developments Conference

On Thursday, June 12, Director Mary Karen Wills and Principal Brad Smith will speak on “Pre and Post Merger and Acquisition Activities for Government Contractors” at the Greater Washington Society of CPAs’ 10th Annual Government Contract Accounting and Compliance Developments Conference.

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DCAA Audit Guidance on Detecting Instances of Fraud in Attestation Engagements

By: Kayla See

On July 30, 2013, the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) issued a Memorandum for Regional Directors (MRD) (13-PAS-014(R)) regarding “Audit Guidance on Detecting Instances of Fraud in Attestation Engagements.” This memo reiterates the requirements for DCAA audit teams to design examination engagements to detect instances of fraud and other noncompliance with applicable laws, regulations, and contract and agreement terms and conditions that may have a material effect on the subject matter. The memo supplements previously updated language within the DCAA’s Contract Audit Manual (CAM 4-702) and associated training provided to auditors in March and April of this year.

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