DCAA Compliance Blog

Your Source for DCAA News and Information for Contractors

ReliAscent® LLC is the only government contract accounting firm that specializes in all aspects of government contracting compliance.  From our DCAA compliant accounting services, to monthly government contract accounting for all government agency awards, contract management & administration, and financial services & planning, our goal is to ensure the success of our clients, and all small business government contractors and grantees.  

In our DCAA Blog, we discuss the latest government contracting news from the Federal Government, the DCAA, and DCMA, as well as promotions offered by ReliAscent, and helpful tools and resources for contractors.

We hope you will visit and take part in the discussions on our blog on a regular basis. If you ever have any questions or would like to discuss how our experts can help, do not hesitate to contact us at any time!  


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Top Ten Tips for year end allowable costs

Posted by HubSpot User Default on Wed, Dec 14, 2011 @ 09:55 AM

You read many articles this time of year about easily overlooked IRS deductions for your personal taxes. A similar dynamic applies to government contractors when evaluating actual indirect rates for the year.

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New potential DCAA threat - rejected cost vouchers in 2012

Posted by HubSpot User Default on Wed, Dec 07, 2011 @ 08:22 AM

The DCAA appears to be pushing for Provisional Billing Rate (PBR) proposals earlier than past years. PBR proposals have suffered a tortured history the past few years. They have alternately been ignored and considered mandatory by the DCAA. Now, we’re getting the sense that the DCAA may be insisting on proposals even if indirect rates don’t change. One clients said their auditor advised they should get their billing rate proposal in the first of the year to assure that there is no gap in billing.

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Incurred Cost Proposal (ICP) Season has Sprung

Posted by HubSpot User Default on Wed, Apr 06, 2011 @ 10:51 AM

As our CPA friends struggle with the avalanche of filings during “tax season,” our business has a similar and no less intense time of year called “ICP season.”

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