- everything needs to be tracked - time spent on overhead tasks, bid and proposals, training, leave (paid or unpaid) and yes, even uncompensated time
- timekeeping isn't just for hourly employees -
-all time worked should be tracked. Both salaried and hourly employees
- correction timesheets are okay - budgets change, mistakes are made, people forget.. that's why a documented correction process is imperative
- audit trails are the key - with the internet, all things are possible. Anywhere. Anytime. A detailed audit trail captures it all. The time, the place as well as the details
- just saying it doesn't make it true
-any software can claim to be DCAA compliant but we don't just say it. We guarantee it. Our experts of 20+ years will make sure!
Having been in the industry for over 25 years, there are a number of key topics that continue to come up when talking with a customer about DCAA compliant time tracking software. One common theme I hear time and time again is centered around managing correction timesheets and enabling someone other than an employee to update a timesheet. There are many sources on the web and an unlimited number of resources that are waiting and willing to charge you for FAR training. Go ahead, do a little "google research" or just ask one of our many referral partners.