The Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Defense recently changed its mailing address. Unfortunately, some contractors have failed to notice the change, and have used the old address in attempting to submit their disclosure letters. Unfortunately, these disclosures were returned to sender. The new address(es) are below, and detailed information can be found here. For further information regarding the mandatory disclosure rule, please see our previous posting on the ABA’s Guide to the Mandatory Disclosure Rule or an article authored by two of our government contracts partners, Louis D. Victorino and John W. Chierichella, republished with permission from The Government Contractor.
Mandatory Disclosure Rule
ABA Publishes Guide To Mandatory Disclosure Rule
By Sheppard Mullin on
Posted in Ethics, Mandatory Disclosure Rule
Following the publication of the FAR’s Mandatory Disclosure Rule in late 2008, the Public Contracts Section of the American Bar Association organized a Task Force of leading Government contracts attorneys, DOJ fraud lawyers, federal investigators, and other experts to consider the implications of the new requirements and to draft written guidance to fill the many gaps inherent in the Rule. Sheppard Mullin’s Jonathan Aronie served on the ABA Task Force.
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