|About the Book|
The first guide to implementing a complete set of Policies and Procedures for small government contractors working with the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). The work includes the actual regulations and guidelines- discussion of compliance issues, and sample policies and procedures covering over forty areas to include billing, reporting, and timekeeping.Electronic copies of the policies and procedures are available to registered owners of the book.For the past 1/2 dozen years, I have been dealing with Steve Avery, a.k.a. www.dcaacompliance.com. Steve Avery himself has produced outstanding results when teamed with my firm in getting accounting systems off-the-ground for emerging firms to attain DCAA approvals (primarily accounting & estimating systems and forward price rates) and some CAS issues for a large company client. As example, Avery created an accounting system for a firm which I had helped establish, which won a $35 million Air Force CPFF contract. Steve was able to attain DCAA approval of the accounting systems in about a month from inception. Steve Avery has been cost effective in two ways:(1) able to cut the b.s. and (2) get to the meat of issues in sometimes hours, no more than a few days, instead of the typical weeks.Ted Siomporas, Senior Vice President Acquisition Associates, Inc.Quadratech Group is a spinoff from Lockheed Martin Corp. As a medium sized company we dont always have the in-house resources needed to comply with some of the very technical aspects of DoD requirements. Steve worked with us over a number of years managing some very complex reconciliations and negotiations between us, LMC and the Government needed for final rate negotiations and the submission of the required Incurred Cost Proposals. His knowledge of the rules and practices earned the respect of the staff members of all parties.Jim Goltz President, Quadratech Group LLC Previously- VP Finance, Energy & Environment Sector, Lockheed Martin Corp.