In bygone days, GSA contractors received little oversight by GSA auditors. Today, the average GSA Contractor will receive two audits during their initial five-year term.
It is important to understand that GSA vendors won't receive notices that they will be audited or be visited by an Auditor, because GSA euphemistically calls their audits "Contractor Assistance Visits" and their auditors are known as "Industrial Operations Analysts."
Occasionally, the GSA Inspector General will perform an extensive audit of some GSA contractors; these are far more detailed than the CAV audits described below.
ABOUT GSA AUDITS
GSA Audits or Contractor Assistance Visits are scheduled in the first year to 18 months of your contract, and then about 12-18 months before the end of the five year term. An Industrial Operations Analyst will visit to review your procedures and compliance with the terms of your contract.
If you are inadequately prepared or have not instituted proper procedures to ensure compliance, then you could receive an adverse "report card." Bad CAV report cards can adversely affect your renewal or could result in contract cancellation.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This webinar teaches you...
- Types of GSA Audits and Contractor Assistance visits
- How to prepare for an upcoming audit
- How to set up procedures and systems to avoid audit problems
- Keeping your contract up to date
- Price reduction clause issues
- Proper quoting and pricing
- Monitoring transactions
- Sales reporting and IFF payments
- Post award discounting and pricing practices
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Business owners, managers, staff responsible for GSA contract administration, sales managers, office managers.
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