San Diego, CA
DCAA is expected to hire 1,000 new auditors by 2015, an increase of 37%. With audits on the rise and government contracts playing an increasingly important role in companies’ revenue, keeping up to date on the latest strategies for preparing audits is essential to extended business growth.
With the current Administration cutting back on wasteful government spending and the new DCAA focusing on the quality of their audits, American Conference Institute offers this unique DCAA Audits conference – an opportunity to gain the latest audit perspective from senior in-house government contract executives, government offi cials, lawyers and accountants.
Conference panel discussions are geared to give participants the multi-dimensional perspective that is needed to prepare for DCAA audits. Participants will learn such practical things as how much information to disclose during an audit, responding to unfavorable reports and preparing an adequate disclosure statement, among other things. After attending this practical conference, participants will leave better equipped with proven-effective strategies to prepare and manage the complex DCAA audits. Both large and small contractors who are faced with DCAA audits will benefit from benchmarking and networking opportunities at this conference.
American Conference Institute’s National Conference on DCAA Audits: Strategies to Prepare and Manage Increasingly Complex and Frequent Audits is the only event that allows you to navigate through the maelstrom of DCAA audits with the wide array of industry experts participating on each panel.
Practical sessions will include the latest information on:
-DCAA interaction with other agencies including DCMA, GAO, DOJ, non-DoD agencies and the DoD Inspector General
Understanding records retention requirements and managing expectations to access of electronic accounting data
-Knowing when cost and pricing data is required and responsibility of sub-contractors to submit data during defective pricing audits
-Review of compliance issues related to key systems including: accounting, purchasing, information technology, billing and timekeeping systems
-How to ensure cost allowabilty
-Agency use of DCAA audit reports in contract award determinations
-Revised DCAA audit guidance focused on contractor business ethics and conduct programs
PLUS, don’t miss the interactive and practical post-conference workshop to complete the training:
CAS Compliance and Adequacy: A Complete Guide to Critical
CAS Issues and How to Prepare a Disclosure Statement
Register early as seats at this event are expected to fill to capacity.
Vice Presidents, Managers and Directors of:
Cost & Pricing
Federal Government Procurement
Corporate Legal Professionals
VPs, Legal Affairs/Operations
Government Contracts Counsel
Attorneys, Accountants and Consultants specializing in:
Government Contracting Compliance and Litigation
Cost Accounting and Cost Allowability
False Claims Act and Procurement Fraud
Suspension and Debarment
Contact Name: Alison Morgan