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DCAA Compliant Timekeeping Software

DCAA Compliant Timekeeping Software

Advice from the experts

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.

Additional Resources

Measure Costs Right: Make the Right Decisions

How To Calculate And Track Overhead Costs

How do I Calculate Overhead Costs?

Federal Acquisition Regulation Full Download

Federal Timekeeping Policies for Government Contractors (chron.com)

Record-keeping Requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act