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DCAA Compliance for Federal Contractors

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    Are any Intervals customers using the tool for DCAA compliant timekeeping and associated invoicing?

    Have any passed their DCAA audit using this product as their primary timesheet system?

    I have been told Quickbooks time reporting module from Intuit is not DCAA compliant so you have to get some kind of extra timesheet system, of which there are several to choose from, but not several that are also valuable for actually managing a project.

    In general I want to track projects at a lower level of granularity than required by the govt so we will get smarter about bidding our contracts. I want to get buy-in from the project team why this is important. But it is imperative we be able to pass a DCAA audit as well.

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