A surprise audit conducted by the DCAA. The sole purpose is to make sure that you are following the government’s strict timekeeping rules. In it, the DCAA will visit your facility and randomly select employees to audit. These employees need to answer questions about timekeeping procedures and demonstrate that their time sheets reflect these procedures.
- May 9, 2018
- Jameson & Company
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