Government Contracting: NAV-Business Central and Power BI for DCAA Compliance














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Title Government Contracting:  NAV-Business Central and Power BI for DCAA Compliance
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Time 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (EASTERN TIME)
Description When it comes to compliance for government contractors, there’s a lot you need to know. The rules and regulations for business systems set out by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and those established by the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) for physical assets can be dense, to say the least. As intricate as the regulations may be, any system can be compliant.

So what exactly do these two agencies look for? For DCAA, being compliant means adhering to the three major standards and guidelines: Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), the Generally Accepted Government Accounting Standards (GAGAS). These standards outline how government contractors need to set up their system and contracts for accounting and cost reporting (pre- and post-award). Altogether, the regulations set by DCAA are intended to ensure that government contractors are financially stable enough to deliver appropriate services and complete contracts.






Bill Jones

William “Bill” Jones is the Vice President of Implementation and Operations at GovCon365. With two decades of experience in software analysis, design, and implementation, he’s developed a strong business process and application functionality knowledge leading to optimization of client needs and processes. For more than 16 years, Bill has directed a GovCon365’s team of industry-leading consultants and program managers, ensuring the success of hundreds of Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementations

Paul Skurpski

Paul Skurpski is widely regarded in government contracting circles as one of the industry’s true experts on government contracting financial management solutions. Paul sits on the board of a number of industry associations including the Small and Emerging Contractor Advisory Forum (SECAF) and frequently speaks and conduct webinars on topics of interest for companies that provide services or sell products to the Federal Government.

Paul is responsible for new client acquisition activities for the company. Prior to co-founding GovCon365, Paul was corporate process improvement manager and director of enterprise systems for Oberthur Card Systems. He has a process improvement and enterprise systems background with over ten years experience delivering and managing enterprise inventory and financial management solutions. With his technical background, Paul specializes in understanding client’s needs and using software solution to help them reach their business goals. He also worked for one of the furniture industry’s top 20 distributors where he helped implement one of the first RFID systems for the furniture industry. He has a BS in Operations Research and Management Science from the State University of New York in Oswego.

Level Beginner
CPE (NASBA Category) Finance
CAE (Field of Study) Administration – Financial Management
Prerequisites; advance preparation required None.  No advance preparation required.
Delivery Group Internet-Based
CPE / CAE Credits 1.5
Cost: $–
Learning Objectives
  • What is DCAA and DCMA Compliance?
  • What Compliance looks like as it pertains to accounting system compliance
  • Understand Chart of Accounts that clearly segments Direct Cost from Indirect Cost, Allowable Cost from Unallowable cost


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