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Timekeeping Fraud and Mandatory Disclosures

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Just a reminder that Nick Sanders – that’s me! – will be speaking at an upcoming meeting of the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants. I’ll be speaking on February 14th – Valentine’s Day – at lunchtime.

Here’s a link to event registration, if you’re interested. Registration closes on February 8th. That’s tomorrow!

For those who are not attending, I’ll be covering the following topics:

  • Risks and mitigating controls—i.e,, what are circumstances where timekeeping fraud is likely to be found, and what might you do to detect and/or prevent it?

  • Mandatory Reporting Requirements—i.e., are you required to submit a disclosure under the 52.203-13 contract clause for instances of timekeeping fraud? Are you sure?

  • Quantification and Audit Support—i.e., if you choose to disclose instances of timekeeping fraud, how do you quantify the government’s damages? How do you convince an auditor that you did it correctly?

  • Active Monitoring—i.e., are there means and methods of detecting timekeeping fraud, other than waiting for a Hotline call?




Effective January 1, 2019, Nick Sanders has been named as Editor of two reference books published by LexisNexis. The first book is Matthew Bender’s Accounting for Government Contracts: The Federal Acquisition Regulation. The second book is Matthew Bender’s Accounting for Government Contracts: The Cost Accounting Standards. Nick replaces Darrell Oyer, who has edited those books for many years.