Based on the report to congress - The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) issued almost 4,300 audit reports, examined $286.7 billion in contract costs from pricing proposals, incurred costs submissions, and special audits. DCAA identified over $9.9 billion in audit exceptions, and reported a net savings to the government of $3.6 Billion. The net return on taxpayers' investment in DCAA was $5.70 for each $1.00 invested.  Pretty good return on investment! The DCAA has about 4,000 Auditors whose primary responsibility is to maintain the billions of dollars in savings to the government.  26% are CPA's, 42% have Advanced degrees, and 92% have Bachelor degrees.

Based on these facts what do you think? Is the government serious about finding, questioning, and disallowing your costs? Are you serious about wanting your business to retain and recover all its costs? Do you want to not only survive but be profitable? Do you want to avoid/minimize fines and penalties? Do you want to be prepared for an audit? Is it important that you or your key staff are adequately trained in key government contract methods and systems? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions then becoming a member of our community and receiving our free newsletter should be a key aspect of your staff development! Please, don't learn the costly way! JOIN HERE NOW!

Why chose us?  We get to the issues that you need to know. We provide no nonsense, hands-on, practical training and support that you and your staff can use immediately.  We have real life experience! Not just theory. We specialize in the unique requirements of government contract cost disciplines.  This is what we do and do well. We help you level the playing field with the government and your prime contractor in this often frustrating and competitive business.  Our approach is based on practical, day-to-day application of the theory so you can get the job done. 

Our membership is priced to be cost effective (try the Free Membership) and is more often than not, the best available option.  WHY? Because it can be extremely difficult to find qualified and experienced accountants or consultants with the specialized knowledge, training and practical experience.  And those available can be expensive. The majority of contractors learn by OJT (On The Job Training) with often very costly results.  We know because we are often called in after the fact. Finally members get discounts on our commercial workshops, products, and services. 

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