Live Webinar | Thursday, April 04, 2013 | 1PM Eastern
DCAA has made it clear to Congress that one of their top priorities will be addressing the extensive backlog of Incurred Cost Submissions. This news further emphasizes how important it is for government contractors to be aware of DCAA requirements.
Are you aware that DCAA has a newly updated submission? Do you know if you have a requirement to file an Incurred Cost Submission? Do you understand the DCAA Adequacy Checklist? If you answered “no” to any of these questions, this webinar will guide you through deciding if an Incurred Cost Submission is required, what is involved to prepare an adequate Incurred Cost Submission, and how best to prepare for an uncomplicated audit.
- Become familiar with the background on Incurred Cost Submissions (ICS) and the
- Understand the Ramifications of Non-Compliance.
- Identify DCAA updates to ICS.
- Gain an understanding of DCAA Adequacy and Risk Assessment of ICS.
- Learn tips for surviving an ICS resources.
- And much, much more!
Use the coupon code ARONSON (all caps) to receive 15% off.
About the author: Nicole Mitchell, CPA, is a Partner in Aronson LLC’s Government Contract Services Group, where she provides consulting and accounting services to government contractors, including financial regulatory compliance, contract pricing, and complex cost accounting structures.
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