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Maintain Contract Modifications and Project Budget & Schedule Changes in Real-Time.
GCAS is developing a web-based product for Contract Management, Scheduling and Resource Management and Planning called eManage to complement its Government Cost Accounting System (GCAS) commercial product. eManage will allow project managers to construct schedules and budgets of active projects and create proposals for new efforts. The software is intimately tied to the GCAS accounting system to give a comparison between budget and actual expense including Earned Value Analysis to determine the Estimated Cost to Complete. Also included is a Risk Assessment module that allow the project manager to determine the likelihood of successfully completing the job on time and within the budget.
eManage is a web-enabled data entry and reporting system that is a companion to the GCAS Government Cost Accounting System software used by companies that do business with the Federal Government. eManage allows Contract Managers, Project Managers and Project Directors to enter contract related information, WBS task structure, budgets and schedules on projects, and to produce reports. Reports include a comparison of the budgeted dollars and schedule to actual expenses and achieved milestones recorded against timecards, GL entries and calculated indirect expense in the GCAS accounting system; as well as Earned Value reports giving the Estimate to Compete. The report information can be displayed in tabular or graphical formats. Advanced features in eManage include resource loading and management, CPM, CCM, Earned Value calculation and risk assessment and management. eManage is the tool Project Managers need to help control project cost and stay on schedule.
"Project Budgeting & Tracking" is part of the GCAS (Government Cost Accounting System) line of products, developed by GCAS.