In the last few years the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) has been backlogged in completing incurred cost audits. As a result, USAID has utilized private accounting firms to perform their annual incurred cost audits. Incurred cost audits can be tedious and time-consuming. Understanding the process, where problems commonly occur, and proven approaches for working with the auditor will help your company survive the audit.
Join Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs and Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP for an in-depth discussion of the trials USAID government contractors endure while working with the auditor. You will receive tips and best practices to make your next USAID-incurred cost audit less complicated and more streamlined.
- General issues that occur during the audit cycle including the entrance conference, field work, initial findings, exit conference and draft audit report
- Common communication issues with the auditor
- Timeline and common roadblocks
- Overview of the audit resolution process
- The contracting officer’s decision and USAID’s appeal process
Additional Program Details
• Learning Objective: To provide attendees with a better understanding of the USAID incurred cost audits
• Instructional Delivery Methods: Group Online-Based
• Recommended CPE: 1.0 CPE Credit
• Recommended Fields of Study: Accounting
• Prerequisites: None Required
• Advance Preparation: None
• Program Level: Basic
• Course Registration Requirements: None
• Refund Policy: No fee is required to participate in this session.
• Cancellation Policy: In the event that the presentation is cancelled or rescheduled, participants will be contacted immediately with details.
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