ReliAscent is happy to announce that we released our latest white paper yesterday on the differences between the DCMA and the DCAA.Read More
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Posted by Tyler Link on Thu, Apr 07, 2016 @ 12:27 PM
ReliAscent Releases our First White Paper of 2016: "An Introduction to Government Property Management"
Posted by Tyler Link on Thu, Jan 14, 2016 @ 01:20 PM
ReliAscent is happy to announce that we have just released our first white paper of 2016---the first in a series of white papers and blogs this year that will focus on Government Property Management (GPM), the DCMA, and DCMA audits!Read More
Posted by Mike Anderson on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 @ 03:25 PM
Earlier this year I was asked to participate in a webinar to cover the difference between the DCAA and the DCMA as well as describe what each agency did. The audience was a group of companies that were Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award winners. I think this may get confused for a number of people that do business with the Federal Government and so worth a little time today to discuss. Both of these agencies originate from the Department of Defense and are primarily concerned with helping the Department of Defense handle their contracting business. So what are the differences?