Tag Archives: Office of Inspector General

Price Reductions Are Dead; Long Live Price Reductions

You no doubt have heard by now about GSA’s 23 June effort to “embrace  modern  technology while moving away from outmoded practices” – specifically, its implementation of the new Transactional Data Reporting Rule (“TDR Rule”) and its concurrent elimination of the Price Reductions Clause (“PRC”) and the Commercial Sales Practices Format (“CSPF”).  See 81 Fed. Reg. … Continue Reading

The DoD IG Has Moved

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 … Continue Reading

From Attestation Reviews To Examinations: The GSA OIG Expands The Scope Of Its Pre-Award Audits

By Jonathan S. Aronie So there I was, just sitting there minding my own business. It was the third day of the GSA OIG’s site visit being conducted as part of a routine pre-award audit (or as the OIG called it, a pre-award “attestation review”), and all was going well. The auditor, who was quite a nice guy … Continue Reading
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