Failure to maintain an accounting system that lives up the federal government’s standards could spell big trouble for government contractors. Having an “acceptable accounting system” in the eyes of the government means satisfying more than 18 stipulations and compliance can be tricky for even the most prepared contractors. In this program Hope Lane of Aronson LLC will break down these important guidelines and provide practical tips for:
- Complying with applicable laws and regulations
- Ensuring the reliability of your accounting system and cost data
- Minimizing misallocations and mischarges
- Identifying common items questioned by DCAA
Course Instructor: Hope Lane, CPA, Partner, Aronson LLC
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