Why Is DCAA Questioning An Incurred Cost Expense?

In this short video, Peter Witts CPA PC, explains why DCAA may be questioning an incurred cost expense as an unallowable expense.

Is DCAA questioning an incurred expense as an unallowable expense? Watch this short video, where Peter Witts CPA PC,  discusses why this might be happening. 


peter Witts (resized)Peter Witts has over two decades of specialized experience in Government Contract Accounting. With a background that includes working at the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), Peter brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his clients. During his tenure at DCAA, he was involved in a wide range of audit-related activities for both large aerospace contractors and small business contractors. Peter has successfully designed and implemented government contract accounting systems, prepared incurred cost submissions, developed forward pricing rates, conducted NIH A-133 Program Audits, and supported numerous DCAA audits for clients. With a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by businesses in the government contracting industry, Peter's goal is to help clients navigate the complex world of government accounting with confidence.


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