Western Region Audit Branch Office - Grand Opening
By DCAA Staff Writer | Nov. 27, 2023
The new Virtual Training Branch Office pilot successfully transitioned to the Western Audits Branch on Oct. 8, 2023. The Western Audits Branch benefits all current and future DCAA employees.
Gulf Coast Branch Office Auditors Receive Special Recognition
By DCAA Staff Writer | Nov. 22, 2023
Members of the Gulf Coast Branch Office (GCBO) recently attended a meeting with the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG) Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) Project Resident Office administration team. During the meeting, Captain Payne awarded OPC Commander Coins to GCBO members as appreciation for their excellent services.
Commencement Ceremony Celebrates DDPL Graduates
By DCAA Staff Writer | Nov. 8, 2023
The Director’s Development Program in Leadership (DDPL) recognized 25 new graduates on Friday, November 4. DDPL is an 18-month long executive level leadership program that plays a pivotal role preparing participants for high-level leadership roles and Senior Executive Service positions.
Mercy Fodje receives commendation for outstanding work
By DCAA Staff Writer | Oct. 27, 2023
On October 24, 2023, Mercy Fodje, Branch Chief, Customer Relationship Management with the Office of Information Technology, received the Defense Contract Audit Agency commendation award for her outstanding achievements and dedication in establishing the Strategic Initiatives Group.
OIS DCAA Auditors Recognized for Superior Work
By DCAA Staff Writer | Oct. 24, 2023
Operations Investigative Support Division (OIS) team members Igor Yegoroff and Myron Antoniw, and previous OIS auditors Karen Yanochko, David Gotlib and Brian Green received the United States Attorney’s Award in recognition of their “superior efforts in the investigation and prosecution of U.S. ex rel. Balestrieri v. Triumph Actuation Systems – Connecticut LLC (Triumph)” on October 5.
DCAA Auditors Help with Investigation Resulting in $600,000 Settlement
By DCAA Staff Writer | Oct. 16, 2023
DCAA Auditor Diyana Flores, Supervisor Auditor Sandy Porter, and former Auditor Janet Leonard helped discover Federal False Claims Act violations that resulted in a $600,000 settlement. The American States Utility Services, Inc. (ASUS) will pay $600,000 for knowingly submitting inflated price quotes.