GSA is facing shrinkage of their contracting workforce which, in return, is creating an increase in contracting officer workloads. An easy way for GSA to resolve this problem is to cancel contracts that are not in compliance.
Case-in-point: During the government fiscal year 2010 there were approximately 20,000 active GSA schedule contracts. Of those, 9,014 did not attain the minimum contract sales requirement of $25,000 and 6,825 had no sales at all!
Join Aronson on February 24thfor a free webinar that will assist GSA contractors in understanding the areas of contract compliance that are under the microscope and may lead to a contract cancellation. Our GSA contracting expert will address the current cancellation environment, focusing on the following:
- Contracting Officer / Contracting Specialist Turnover
- Minimum GSA Contract Sales Requirements
- Industrial Funding Fee (IFF) Reporting and Payment
- Small Business Subcontract Reporting
- Mandatory Modifications
- Contractor Assistance Visits (CAV)
- Option Period Renewals
This is a must-attend event for all Government Business Development Specialists, GSA Contract Administrators, Controllers, C-level executives, or anyone responsible for the success of their GSA contract. The webinar will take place on February 24, 2011 at 11:00 AM EST and is free via WebEx. Click here for more information and to register.
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