Nov 5, 2019
Sep 9, 2019
People really are the most important asset a company has, yet so many companies struggle to truly manage this resource. How much more profitable would you be if you increased utilization of your resources? How much more on-time would your projects be if you had the right people at the right time for the right tasks? In this blog, we’ll walk you through 5 steps to resource management maturity so you can see not only at what level your organization currently sits, but where you'd like to go in the future.
Aug 22, 2019
What is the DCAA? The Defense Contract Audit Agency's primary function is to perform contract and financial audits for agencies that are responsible for acquisition and contract administration for the US Government.
Jul 19, 2019
If you're facing an upcoming review, you could benefit from our tips for a successful CPSR! To succeed in your CPSR, prepare a strategic plan; prepare yourself with policies, procedures, and tools; understand the purpose of the review; study the guidebook; and more! Read our blog to help you prepare.
Jul 9, 2019
The Business Systems Rule sets forth 24 system criteria that must be present in all contractor purchasing systems for a purchasing system to be “acceptable.” The criteria are outlined in DFAR 252.244-7001(a). In this blog, we will review these CPSR requirements. Below, the DFARS criteria are grouped into summary activities with the applicable criterion.
Jul 2, 2019
Each year, DCAA sends a report to Congress discussing the previous year. The 2018 report is ready and full of interesting information about expected DCAA compliance trends. In our blog, we take a closer look.
Jul 2, 2019
Digital transformation appears to some as a just a buzzword. However, it's fast becoming an essential business priority for the C-suite in all sizes of government contractors in the drive for sustainable competitive advantage. Unanet customers have experienced significant digital transformation. Hear from them in our blog.
Jun 28, 2019
CPSR policies & procedures make all the difference! Having & adhering to policies and procedures is the largest part of this review. So, making sure your documentation is in order, up-to-date, followed & monitored is critical. Read our blog for tips for developing CPSR policies & procedures.
Jun 18, 2019
Why is a CPSR performed? The objective of a contractor purchasing system review (CPSR) is to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness with which the contractor spends government funds and complies with government policy when subcontracting. Learn more in our blog!
Jun 14, 2019
What is a DCMA Compliant Purchasing System? A DCMA compliant purchasing system is one designed to ensure that purchases are made at fair and reasonable prices and in compliance with the applicable contract terms, regulations and public laws. A purchasing system is an amalgamation of people, processes, and tools that must work together to achieve the goal of spending taxpayer dollars wisely.