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DCAA Compliance Requires Better Processes and Flexible Tools - 'Documentation Traceability' Can Build Confidence in Audits: Asset

This whitepaper serves to educate government contractors on the need for reliable, accessible and traceable data that reconciles internal billing information with federal contracts. In this paper, relevant experience from Government Contractors who are utilizing Microsoft Dynamics financial and operations management solutions successfully to meet the FAR requirements is provided. Additionally, industry experts comment on the best practices in industry and provide additional background as to what DCAA is expecting and how to accomplish that through foundational best practices.

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Improve Cybersecurity with Network Visibilty: Asset

Federal agency executives are making modernizing their IT a high priority. And it’s not just to provide citizens with the high-quality digital services they expect these days. There are federal mandates like FITARA. Plus it’s just good business sense. Many agencies are held back with legacy systems that are expensive to maintain, difficult to secure and integrate and simply don’t perform at the level required to support modern digital services. The cloud is emerging as the preferred platform to support these IT modernization efforts. The cloud provides the flexibility, agility and security government agencies need as they move to modernize IT.


Apply Modern DLP for Full Protection: Whitepaper

As budgets tighten, risks change, and government mandates grow, Data Loss Prevention (DLP) emerges as a way to minimize costs, avoid incidents, and simplify compliance. DLP tools identify exactly where data is at all times— at rest, in transit and in use. Download this whitepaper to find out the key capabilities needed to ensure the most comprehensive level of protection for your agency’s data.


NETCENTS-2 Contract Delivers on Price and Products: Whitepaper

Since its debut in 2013, the Air Force’s NETCENTS-2 family of IDIQ contracts has delivered a wide array of products and services from a variety of vendors. This is intended to help the Air Force and other eligible defense agencies standardize networks, encourage interoperability and manage IT requirements from an enterprise perspective. In this Contract Profile, we explore how NETCENTS-2 has evolved to keep up with increasing demand and ever-changing technology needs.