Really? Meals and Entertainment Expenses

While working on another project this morning, I recalled that twice in the last year; two separate DCAA auditors working…

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A Note on the Birth of the Contractor, the Previous Article.

One quick note about the contractor is described in the previous article, how I described their critical technology, and the…

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17-2 Costs Related to Extraordinary Reviews of Unsettled Overhead Costs

One of the probably unforeseen outcomes of DCAA’s decision to spin off Chapter Seven of the Contract Audit Manual (CAM)…

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Just What is a Subcontractor?

At a recent conference an audience member asserted that the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) did not define subcontractors and she…

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Support the Audit and Stand Up for Your Rights

A recent CBCA case (CBCA 3407) brings up a couple of critical issues relevant to small government contractors. To abridge,…

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Overhead Part One

  Do you really need this pool? One common headache small business contractors create for themselves is adopting too many…

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