DCAA Informational Videos

Federal Government Cost And Pricing

Former DCAA Auditor Malcolm "Mac" Young presents the requirements for federal government proposals. Mac's presentation outlines what is needed for a proposal to be considered adequate by a CO (Contracting Officer).


DCAA Compliant Accounting system for Government Contracting

Kline & Company Chief Operating Officer Sheree DeFeo reviews the requirements of an accounting system in order for it to be DCAA Compliant.


DCAA Indirect Computation Example

Kline & Company Founder Fred Kline reviews a basic computation of indirect costs and some of the expenses that may be overlooked when calculating indirect cost rates.


Selecting QuickBooks Products for Government Contractors

Senior DCAA consultant Sheree DeFeo discusses available QuickBooks products and provides advice as to which ones can be set up to be DCAA compliant. QuickBooks Online, Pro, Premier and Enterprise are included in Sheree's ptesentation.


Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA)

Former DCAA Supervisory Auditor Tom Martin describes the Truth in Negotations Act clause that is included in many (typically Fixed Price) Federal Government Contracts. Tom discusses the 5 requirements that the government must satisfy to prove that a contractor was not truthful during contract negotiations.


DCAA Time and Materials Contracts

Former DCAA Auditor Malcolm (Mac) Young from Kline & Co. explains what time and materials is and how it works. Mac explains the pros and cons of this type of contract from the perspective of both the contractor and the government.


DCAA Fixed Price Contracts

Former DCAA Auditor Malcolm (Mac) Young from Kline & Co. explains what a fixed price contract is and how it works. Mac explains the pros and cons of this type of contract from the perspective of both the contractor and the government.


DCAA Cost Reimbursable Contracts

Former DCAA Auditor Malcolm (Mac) Young from Kline & Co. explains what a cost reimbursable contract is and how it works. Mac explains the pros and cons of this type of contract from the perspective of both the contractor and the government.


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