The Recovery Accountability and Transparency (RAT) Board extended the deadline for the first quarterly stimulus reporting to October 20, 2009. The reports were originally due by October 10, 2009. The RAT Board cited technical issues and stated that it was more important to get accurate information than to stick to the deadline. The technical issue apparently concerned some states collecting the data and reporting it in bulk. The reporting site, Federal Reporting.gov was not set up to accept bulk reports. Anybody reporting after the original October 10th deadline must include an explanation as to why they were late and their names will be posted on the website as late reporters.
Leave a comment
You must be logged in to post a comment.
What We Are Writing
- A Marriage of Inconvenience: GSA Schedule Contracts & The Contractor Code of Business Ethics & Conduct Clause
- Emerging Small Businesses: To Grow Your Business, You Must Plan For Growth
- Government Contracting: Look Before You Leap!
- GSA Schedules – Strategies for Success
- New Employee vs. Independent Contractor Considerations
- Pay on Display – Understanding the Executive Compensation and Subcontractor Data Reporting Requirements & Ramifications
- The GSA Schedule: Your Ticket to the Federal Market (May 2010)
- The New FAR Codes of Conduct and Compliance Program Provisions
- The Seven Deadly Sins (of contract compliance)