Timekeeping and the Impact of a Pandemic: What Government Contractors Need to Know

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Timekeeping has long been an area of focus by Government auditors. With the addition of a pandemic and increased work from home practices by Contractors, we are seeing an increase in timekeeping scrutiny.

Please join DHG's Mike Mardesich and Brad Tress as they provide an overview of timekeeping guidance and traditional best practices as well as a focus on work from home requirements.

Some of the topics our team will address include:

  • Review of rules and regulations that impact timekeeping practices and accounting processes
  • Overview of timekeeping roles and responsibilities
  • FAQs of Labor Reporting
  • Labor cost distribution
  • What is total-time-accounting and why is it the expectation of DCAA?
  • DCAA floor-check requirements and expectations
  • Uncompensated overtime
  • DCAA's work from home expectations 


Webinar Series

This webinar is part of the Fundamentals of Government Contracting Webinar Series. The focus of this series is to cover the foundational basic requirements tied to this often confusing and always challenging Government Contracting marketplace.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: One hour of CPE (pending approval)

Delivery Format: Group Internet Based (each attendee must be logged in and answer the poll questions in order to receive CPE credit).

Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None

Course Level: Basic

Participants: Individuals in the government contracting sector

Program Content: An overview of timekeeping guidance and traditional best practices as well as a focus on work from home requirements.


This event is complimentary. Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds issued. If you have any questions regarding administrative policies such as registration or cancellation, please contact webinars@dhg.com.


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