Tag Archives: DCAA

Metova Taps Deltek for Govt Contract Accounting Software

Metova has opted to use Deltek‘s software that works to help small and medium-sized businesses account for and manage their government contracts. Deltek said Thursday its Costpoint Foundations software is designed to automate processes such as pre-award audits, subcontractor management and cost submission reporting. The accounting platform also aids compliance with the Defense …

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TechnoMile Unveils Cloud-Based Tools Suite for GovCon Firms; Ashish Khot Comments

TechnoMile has introduced a set of cloud-based applications designed to help government contractors track contracts and task orders, collaborate with government agencies and collect data on agency spending. The GovCon Suite is built on Salesforce’s App Cloud platform and works to help federal contractors manage and integrate intelligence data, contracts …

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Neil Albert on OASIS as ‘Potential Catalyst’ for MCR and Potential Acquisition Reform Initiatives

Neil Albert, vice chairman of MCR LLC, oversees strategic operations at the McLean, Va.-based professional services contractor and led the company as CEO from 1999 to 2012. Albert previously spoke to ExecutiveBiz one year ago to overview his 26-year career at MCR and discuss the evolution of the GovCon market during …

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DCAA: New Mission, New Philosophy

Patrick Fitzgerald, DCAA Director, and Robert Hale, DoD comptroller, acknowledge in an online editorial for federaltimes.com that “DCAA’s reputation has been tarnished in recent years by complaints involving poor audit quality and abusive management.”  GAO has been particularly critical, releasing a report last October titled “Widespread DCAA Audit Problems Leave Billions …

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Clayton Christensen’s Disruptive Prescription for Healthcare

Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen has developed a model that explains the market chaos that follows a game-changing innovation in any particular field.  Using examples from the steel, computing, chemistry, and financial industries, he explains the three enablers that make an innovation game-changing: technology, a cost-effective business model, and …

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