By Peter Collins

The last two years marked the first full financial statement audits of the Department of Defense (DoD). These were massive audits during 2018 and 2019 that covered more than $2.7 trillion in U.S. military assets. Each year, the audits were carried out by more than 1,200 auditors during 900+ site visits across the entire DoD.

The DoD will not be stopping there, more audits are on the way. The one message that comes through loud and clear is that defense audits should be recognized as an annual exercise for the entire defense community.

Today’s defense contractors need to have business systems in place to help them achieve compliance for the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), for financial accounting, and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) audits, for physical assets.  Read More …


Audit Obligations for Defense Contractors

This article was written by A2B Tracking’s Founder and CEO, Peter Collins and first published on the Deltek website. To read the rest of this article on Audit Obligations for Defense Contractors and to learn more about how Deltek Costpoint and the A2B Tracking software platforms can provide an integrated path to Government contract compliance click here.


Audit Obligations for Defense Contractors

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