WCA has a staff of highly experienced government accountants, auditors and financial managers, certified public accountants (CPA), certified government financial managers (CGFM), certified financial service auditors (CFSA), certified fraud examiners (CFE) and numerous consultants.
With this wealth of talent we are able to partner with the government and truly 'hit the ground running' on most engagements. Through years of supervisory experience as former government audit project managers, WCA can tailor the government's accounting, auditing, financial services and management advisory needs to the appropriate 'level of effort' and ensure quality at the best value.
WCA has the expertise and experience needed to assist government managers in preparing program budgetary documents, developing policies and procedures to provide program oversight, implementation and execution of program goals and objectives and reporting program results.
For example, during the government's review of the implementation of the Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange (EC/EDI) known as the Federal Acquisition Computer Network (FACNET), a partner of WCA participated in the audit (during his tenure as a government auditor) and reported his findings on the program's results. As a result we have extensive experience in its infrastructure, development and requirements.
WCA understands that the Contracting Officers and the Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) have a responsibility under OMB guidance to assure that the deliverables under the contract are being met per the Statement of Work. Further, we also realize that the COTR and WCA must interface as a team to achieve the contract requirements.
For example,WCA is committed to this team effort and continues to work with the government to provide long-range solutions to problems in financial management systems, operating accounting systems, and internal control systems to accommodate Chief Financial Officers (CFO) reporting requirements.
In fact, a WCA associate (during his tenure as a government budget and accounting director) wrote recently in the Navy Comptroller magazine, " One of the biggest challenges facing Navy financial managers today is the requirement of the CFO Act of 1990 that all government agencies effecting proprietary reporting are required to produce auditable financial statements. As he summarizes, "the CFO Act was not enacted to encourage separatism, but to promote togetherness, team effort and jointness."
WE PROVIDE SERVICES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
- COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
- FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
- PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACTING
- SYSTEMS ANALYSIS