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PROPRICER™ Blog

Incurred Cost Submissions 101:  What You Need to Know

Posted by PROPRICER Team

If you’re a contractor to the United States Government working on a cost-based or T&M (time and materials) contract, you must provide an “incurred cost submission” annually. This post outlines how to avoid a faulty submission.


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Are There Resources to Help Me Document Work Authorizations?

Posted by PROPRICER Team

With the prevalence of incurred cost and voucher audits, a DCAA auditor will look for proof of a work authorization process when reviewing your contract pricing proposals. While there’s no specific regulation requiring your company to incorporate work authorizations as part of your labor (cost estimating) system, DCAA auditors will likely call an accounting system “inadequate” by citing disclosure deficiencies if they see you failed to follow a work authorization process.


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DCAA Proposal Rejections: Why Your Estimating Tool Matters More Than Ever

Posted by PROPRICER Team

In their May 2017 story, Defense Contract Audit Agency Loses Focus, National Defense Magazine refers to DCAA’s recent annual reports to Congress, stating that

The measure of mission success [for DCAA] is that their audit activities provide a large return on investment by identifying a large number of adverse audit findings rather than on executing their primary advisory functions.


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Building Cost Proposals for Hassle-free DCAA Audits

Posted by PROPRICER Team

If your organization regularly submits proposals within the DoD, you know that providing DCAA auditors with compliant and accurate cost data without a major interruption to your normal flow of operations is critical to maintaining a trusting relationship with the government while maintaining overall productivity.


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