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14, August
2017

DCAA Regulation Basics for Small Businesses

Small businesses are critical to the economy of the United States. Their performance as innovators and job creators consistently outperforms their larger corporate counterparts. In fact, in the post-recession years spanning mid-2009 to mid-2013, approximately 60 percent of net new jobs were created by companies with fewer than 500 employees. The federal government is committed to supporting small businesses, taking steps to ensure that contracts are awarded to companies of all sizes, not just major corporations.

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17, April
2017

First-Time Contractor's Guide to Real-Time Labor Evaluations

A DCAA audit includes a real-time labor evaluation to determine the accuracy of labor charges in regard to.

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11, April
2017

First-Time Contractor's Guide to the Audit Process

As a small government contractor you may be stretched for accounting resources, and if this is your first contract,.

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21, November
2016

DCAA Compliance Overview for New Contractors

Federal government contracts can be a lucrative and stable source of income for your business. Due to competitive.

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15, November
2016

First-Time Contractor's Guide to Subcontractors

Your first government contract can be a rewarding experience, but what happens when you find out you need extra.

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4, November
2016

First-Time Contractor's Guide to Avoiding Common Deficiencies

Contract work can be very rewarding, but sometimes you can get tangled up while learning the ropes. Learn about the.

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