Seriously? New Expectations of Subcontract Monitoring!
Topic: Subcontract Management
Original Air Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Program Code: 170007
As many contractors are experiencing, the Government's, and in particular, the Defense Audit Agency, have set a new standard of expectations in the prime contractor oversight of subcontractors. For prime contractors, disallowed costs if you have not audited your subcontractor's costs. For subcontractors who have successful stayed off of DCAA's radar, that lack of oversight may now hinder the award of your next subcontract unless you are willing to grant the prime contractor full access to your books and records. Join us to discuss what is happening in the process, what should happen, and how the interpretation of regulations seems to vary drastically.
- Subcontractor Systems' Adequacy
- Invoicing Expectations
- DCAA's attack on Prime Contractors and their Oversight
Chad Braley, CEO & Managing Director, Capital Edge Consulting Incorporated
Michael E. Steen, Beason & Nalley, Inc.
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