Subject: Audit Close-Out Initiative.OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
3000 DEFENSE PENTAGON
WASHINGTON, DC 20301-3000
See: Annual Percentage Rate 15 2005
MEMORANDUM FOR SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS (ATTN: ACQUISITION EXECUTIVES)
DIRECTORS OF DEFENSE AGENCIES
SUBJECT: Audit Close-Out Initiative
Mr. Wynne, the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics), asked me to lead an initiative that will ensure that contracting personnel are efficiently working to close-out Defense Contract Audit Agency The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), under the authority, direction, and control of the United States Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), is responsible for performing all contract audits for the United States Department of Defense (DoD), and providing accounting and (DCAA DCAA Defense Contract Audit Agency
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April 22, 2005: The Military Departments and Defense Agencies will identify a POC (Proof Of Concept) See PoC exploit.
POC - Point Of Contact for the subject initiative and notify my point of contact, Mr. David Capitano, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 4, 2005: DPAP DPAP Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy will distribute a list to the Military Departments and Defense Agencies of all open DCAA audit findings that are six months or older.
June 6, 2005: The Military Departments and Defense Agencies will provide input to DPAP on the open DCAA audit findings, including (a) the reason the audit findings have not been resolved, and (b) what actions are being taken to facilitate close-out.
June 30, 2005: DPAP will produce an initial report (a) summarizing the reasons for the open audit reports, (b) providing an implementation strategy for reducing the number of open audit reports (e.g., prioritizing the open reports based on age), and (c) identifying recommended solutions to any systemic problems impeding audit closeout closeout, closure
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If you have any questions or require additional information, contact Mr. David Capitano, Senior Procurement Analyst, at 703-847-7486.
Deidre A. Lee
Director, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy