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  • DCAA Audits
    The problem with most DCAA audits are that many of their auditors simply don't know what they're doing. Public accounting firms closely supervise their subordinates while it rarely happens in DCAA. The supervisors think they can just hand a workpackage out and expect it to be done, relying on the DCAI Memphis training. The real world doesn't work that way. Another issue is their dumb budgets. It takes a long time to understand a contractor's system and then intelligently audit it. DCAA will hand an auditor a 40 hour budget even though the auditor has rarely, if ever, been to that contractor. They call it 'metrics'. Everyone else calls it stupid, including their own people.
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