DCAA Compliance: 7 Things You Should Know
DCAA stands for “Defense Contract Audit Agency,” which is the government agency responsible for auditing the Department of Defense (DoD) contracts. DCAA can also be brought in by other government agencies to provide accounting and financial advisory services and to assist with their audits.
A key aspect of complying with government regulations is creating business and accounting systems that are compliant with DCAA. In this free workshop, we will address the frequently asked questions about DCAA compliance and provide resources to help you understand the process. Here are 7 things we will cover:
- Federal Acquisition Regulation
- Accounting System Requirements
- Contract Briefs
- Public Vouchers
- Pre-Award Survey
- Proposal Adequacy
- Real-time Labor Evaluations
Attend this free event and learn how to increase your business’s compliance success rates for government contracts.
Joseph F. Greger
Small Business Program Manager
Audit Liaison Division, Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)
Joseph is the Small Business Program Manager and is located at DCAA Headquarters in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. In this capacity, he serves as the program manager and audit expert for the small business program with responsibility to provide assistance, consultation and internal control with regard to audit requirements and their application to small business.
He graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelors in Accounting. He began his DCAA career as an Auditor at the Herndon Branch Office in Northern Virginia. He was promoted to Supervisory Auditor then Branch Manager at the Springfield Branch Office.
Maryann brings over 30 years of government contracting experience to her position as director of UCEDC’s PTAC program. She brings a unique perspective to the job as she’s held positions on both sides of the table – helping businesses to obtain government contracts as well as overseeing the government contract process for a manufacturing concern in New Jersey.
Following an 18-year tenure as a senior contracting official for Greenbrier Industries in Englewood Cliffs, Maryann served as director of the Rockland County PTAC for 13 years. She joined UCEDC in 2007, and under her direction, the PTAC program was awarded the 2010 “Outstanding Center Award” by the Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (APTAC).
In her role as a procurement counselor with UCEDC’s PTAC program, Nadine assists small business owners with marketing and selling their products and services to federal, state and local government agencies.
With more than 20 years of combined experience in both the public and private sectors of government contracting, Nadine has a thorough grasp of how to navigate the government contracting system. She believes that this familiarity enables her to successfully help small businesses understand how to find, bid, win, and perform on government contracts.