Compliance & Accounting Systems Requirements for Government Contractors – NEW LOCATION
A key aspect of complying with government regulations is creating business and accounting systems that are compliant with the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA). The agency plays a critical role in contractor oversight by providing auditing, accounting, and financial advisory services in connection with the Department of Defense and other federal agency contracts and subcontracts.
In this workshop, we will:
- Provide an overview of DCAA functions as a key member of the government acquisition team
- Offer information on online resources and guidance available for contractors and small businesses
- Discuss contractor accounting system requirements, key provisions of the Accounting System Administration clause (DFARS 252.242-7006), contract billings, and common accounting system deficiencies
Attend this free event and learn how to increase your business’s compliance success rates for government contracts.
Agnieszka Dec, CPA
Financial Liaison Advisor
Audit Liaison Division, DCAA Operations
Agnieszka works for Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), which provides audit and financial advisory services to Department of Defense and other federal entities responsible for acquisition and contract administration. During her tenure at DCAA, Agnes gained experience performing a wide range of audits of various small and mid-size government contractors. She currently serves as a Financial Liaison Advisor and provides support to the Army Contracting Command at Picatinny Arsenal as well as US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity at Fort Detrick.
Agnes is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New Jersey and holds a BA in accounting from Ramapo College of New Jersey.
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.