Accounting Software for Government Contractors, Service-Focused Organizations & Professionals

power and results.
For PC and Mac.
DCAA compliance*

Buy and be Up-and-Running…Now

For newer Government Contractors we offer special options. Two very cost-effective configurations ship pre-configured with a standard chart of accounts and indirect cost rate structure and include all software to run your applications over your LAN and the Internet. You'll be up-and-running in no time and be fully DCAA compliant from the start. To schedule an on-line demo, for more information or to purchase this or other configurations, please contact us. Payments via PayPal are accepted.


An Overview of CCAS Light3 for Government Contractors

Our direct successor to Light2. Significant interface, performance, functionality and ease-of-administration enhancements have been added: same rock-solid foundation.Taking full advantage of the power of the latest computer hardware and Windows and Mac operating systems - and the array or mobile devices that have changed the computing landscape - a new level of accessibility, accounting and reporting power is established in Light3. Get the details and contact us to schedule an online demo.

The Bottom-Line

Light3 and Capture Web Timekeeping provide all the functionality you'll need to fully respond to your DCAA compliance, government contracts, and general accounting requirements - and a good bit more. With license fees priced at thousands to tens of thousands less than competing applications - and with the gains you'll realize in productivity in all areas - increased profitably and enhanced cash flow are at hand.

Light3's "Home" Screen. Simple and Complete. It All Begins Here.

About DCAA Compliance*

CCAS Light and its Capture electronic timekeeping have been approved by DCAA at user sites across the United States. We know of no occasion where our software has not been approved by DCAA. It is important to note, however, that Government auditors, including those of DCAA (Defense Contract Audit Agency), approve accounting systems based solely upon the user's implementation of software - not the software itself. Government auditors, by regulation, do not support or endorse the accounting software of any vendor.