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A Day with DCAA and DCMA - Understanding Government Contract Compliance

On March 28, 2019, NDIA-Rocky Mountain Chapter, Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center, Colorado Government Contracting Forum, and The Smalls hosted a day with the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)  and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) to help small and medium sized businesses achieve success in DoD compliance standards. The event focused on understanding how DCAA and DCMA conduct their government contract compliance responsibilities in the small business community. The head of Defense Contract Audit Agency Small Business, Joe Greger (DC) and the commander of DCMA LM-Denver, Col Ken Warcholik, USAF, were the featured speakers. At the end, an open forum panel with DCMA, DCAA, and AFSPC Small Business answered questions from the audience.

Copies of the presentations are available.

  1. Introduction and Overview
  2. Catalyst Campus Overview
  3. Colorado State Study Presentation
  4. DCAA Introduction and Overview
  5. DCMA Small Business Conference
  6. DCAA Proposal Adequacy
  7. DCAA Accounting System
  8. DCAA Certified vs NonCertified Data

About the author

Karri Palmetier

Founder and owner of Palmetier Law, Karri Palmetier more than two decades of experience in government contracting and aerospace and defense industries. Her extensive background in working for and with the U.S. Government (Department of Defense, U.S. Air Force, the Intelligence Community, and NASA) gives her a unique perspective, helping companies understand the underlying policies and rationale for the government position.

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