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Given the volume of Department of Defense (DoD) audits that have transpired over the course the past two fiscal years, one message is loud and clear – defense audits should be recognized as an annual exercise. Paying close attention to business systems is vital for Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) compliance. Review what contractors and manufacturers need to know to shore up their audit readiness.
Once upon a time, the Department of Defense (DoD) was unable to account for its assets in the possession of government contractors. Thus, item unique identification (IUID) was born. IUID is integral to the management and tracking of government property, specifically serially-managed assets. But, what is the tracking methodology, how are audits conducted, and what are the implications for a lack of preparedness? Walk through the basics with Deltek partner Peter Collins, founder and CEO of A2B Tracking.
Manufacturing leaders are wrestling with quality control in a variety of ways. Talent shortages, compliance needs and data cued up struggles even before COVID-19, which have compounded as manufacturers retool to address safety demands. Discover how they are benchmarking performance through it all and working to improve output into 2021.
Manufacturing does not have to be the primary source of profit for government contractors, but if it’s not managed with the three pillars of success in mind, it could invite increased scrutiny from contracting agencies. Learn what it means to “get it right” in the areas of engineering services or discrete manufacturing through the tenets of quality, traceability and efficiency.
The Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study expanded its coverage in 2019 with the addition of both procurement and manufacturing results, trends and challenges. Findings in each business areas reinforce the bullish market sentiments found throughout the Study, including more contract dollars and manufacturing orders and output than in previous years.
Manufacturing improvements always start in the same place… with data. Discover the information manufacturing execution systems (MES) gather and analyze to expose and correct inefficiencies, improve margins and better decision making.
Tracking Work in Progress, Product Genealogy and Shelf Life with Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
What happens when a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) and inventory system achieve synergy? The flow of materials and all of the information surrounding them becomes more transparent and seamless.
Accountants today are playing a modern game using ancient rules. Review some of the top myths relating to accounting in manufacturing, and how holding tight to expired information can throw a business off balance.
When it comes to production quality management for complex products, here are the territories covered by Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and the factors considered in the rework versus scrap decision.
Catch a glimpse of how a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) can work with ERP to centralize project resource and requirement information, improve tracking and provide new levels of project detail.
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