Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)

No software product can make your organization DCAA compliant. The DCAA auditor looks at your accounting system, of which timekeeping and project management is just one component. The proper tools, combined with the appropriate policies and procedures, is what leads to DCAA compliance.

Capriccio Fuzion supports your DCAA compliance efforts by providing a time and project management tool that was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of government contractors. Some of the specific features that support DCAA compliance are:
  • Complete audit trails of all entries and changes throughout the timecard and project management system.
  • Users are required to provide explanations for late or edited timecard entries.
  • User access to timecards is restricted by user ID and password.
  • User access to charge codes is limited by project / task assignments within the period of performance.
  • A delinquent / late time report is available.
  • An automated workflow directs completed timecards to the proper approver.
  • Timecard approvals are limited to specific named approvers for each timecard user.
  • Charge number budgets are enforced by the software.
  • Future timecard entries are not allowed for billable projects.
Key Features
  • DCAA compliant time reporting
  • Real time project management.
  • Immediate, online access to both current and historical timesheets
  • Extensive and comprehensive reporting capabilities
  • Real time integration with Quickbooks and other accounting tools.

Complete Audit Trail Charge Number Control Changed Timecard Control
The Audit Trail can be found throughout the Capriccio Fuzion application. Charge numbers are specific to each user, providing granular control over who can charge to any project. The period of performance and the budget are also both enforced to ensure that all billable timecard entries are valid. Any change to a timecard after the actual day requires a reason for the changed or late entry. The explanations are stored in the audit trail along with the original and new entry.