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Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA): Elements of an Adequate Proposal (Live Webinar)
During this webinar, we’ll provide an overview of how proposal adequacy is determined through discussions on Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFAR). We’ll also discuss proposal adequacy requirements for cost elements such as Direct Labor, Material, Subcontracts, Other Direct Costs (ODCs), and Indirect Rates.
Finally, participants will learn about historical data considerations such as FAR Part 31 – unallowable costs, common proposal deficiencies, and regulatory resources to assist with proposal development.
Get Free Assistance with Government Contracting
The PTAC Team will discuss the free services offered to small business owners when exploring government contracting opportunities.
PLEASE NOTE: Once you have registered, you will be sent access details to join the webinar in a separate email.
Learn from the experts
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. Joseph began his DCAA career as an Auditor at the Herndon Branch Office in Northern Virginia. He was promoted to Supervisory Auditor and then Branch Manager at the Springfield Branch Office in Alexandria, VA.
In her role as UCEDC’s Director of PTAC, Nadine oversees various procurement activities for small business owners seeking to market and sell their specific products and services to federal, state and local government agencies.
With more than 25 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.
This Procurement Technical Assistance Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency and the Union County Board of County Commissioners.