In 2017 we wrote The DCMA Survival Guide to provide the Defense community assistance in navigating the shipment of end item deliverables, Government Property Management and DCMA Audit landscape. Obviously, much has changed and evolved since this very popular paper was published three years ago — but, remarkably many of the core strategies and tactics in the guide still hold true. We’re excited to announce that we have brought this paper back up to date and are now re-releasing a new updated DCMA Survival Guide.
Download the new updated DCMA Survival Guide — How to be Audit Ready with Government Property and End Item Deliverables.
This revised DCMA Survival Guide has been updated for 2020 and is intended to teach you about new requirements related to end item shipments and government property audit-readiness. It also provides a valuable update on the latest procedures for reporting asset information to government systems (e.g. GFP Module, IUID Registry, WAWF, PIEE, PCARSS and more). The new Survival Guide will teach you about the consequences of non-conformance and the impacts of a failed audit. It will also take a look at the tools and technology that is available to help support the passing of a DCMA audit.
In this guide you will learn:
- What DCMA will look for
- The role of the IUID Registry, WAWF, GFP Module and PCARSS
- The Impacts of the FIAR Directorate
- Consequences of non-conformance
- Preparing for audit survival
The DCMA Survival Guide — How to be Audit-Ready with Government Property and End Item Deliverables, contains valuable insights not only into how to prepare for and survive a DCMA audit, but also the benefits of utilizing a modern Government Property management platform that can improve efficiencies and help you stay 100% military compliant.
In today’s Defense Audit world, it’s not uncommon for program managers to feel overwhelmed about preparing for a possible DCMA audit. Understand that it’s far better to put in the time now than to be deemed non-compliant by a DCMA auditor. Non-compliance can result in delayed payments, shipments that are rejected upon receipt, costly corrective actions, retroactive fixes, and auditors codifying your organization’s deficiencies in an official government report.
Learn the steps that you can take to ensure your organization is adequately positioned to maintain compliance.