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GeneralRe: Time Sheets Pinmember_Damian S_6-Nov-12 13:41 
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GeneralRe: Time Sheets PinmemberDan Neely7-Nov-12 3:42 
Instructions from my employer are that we have to record every hour worked even if above 40 total. The rules the feds have in place to avoid being ripped off by contractors can be annoying (eg not filling your sheet out daily is grounds for being larted by the beancounters); but they do have the plus of making bogus timesheets forbidden. In most cases the way the contracts are written means that they're only able to bill for 40 hours/week if we work more than that; but federal procurement regs require that everything be recorded because if I were to go insane and work 40 hours on my project and 10 hours on overhead in a single week they'd (normally, some contracts are worded differently) only be allowed to bill for 80% of my time (or 32 hours).
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