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Government Contractors Now Have Even Stricter Regulations For Data Storage
Department Of Defense Releases New Guidelines
A proposed rule released by the Department of Defense (DOD) on January 15, 2010 will provide contracting officers the authority to withhold payments on cost reimbursable type and time and materials type contracts as a response to address business system deficiencies. The draft rule adds a clause to contracts requiring contractors to certify that they have no major defects in their contractor business systems defined as: accounting systems, estimating systems, purchasing systems (CPS), earned value management systems (EVMS), material management and accounting systems (MMAS), and property management systems. This DoD’s proposal to amend the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), continues the crack-down on contractors increasing regulations and potential penalties for contractors with deficient business systems.
The draft rule identifies contractor business systems and internal controls as the first line of defense against waste, fraud, and abuse of tax dollars. The objective of the rule is to improve the effectiveness of Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) oversight of contractor business systems. The requirements of the rule will apply to entities contractually required to maintain one or more of the defined contractor business systems listed above. If deficiencies are identified in the systems and the contractor does not implement corrective action within 45 days, the proposed rule allows contracting officers to withhold up to 10% of each of the Contractor’s payments on cost reimbursement, time and materials, and labor hour type contracts for each system up to a maximum of 50%. If a corrective action plan is submitted but there is not a complete remedy of the deficiency then the contractor could still be subject to a 5% withholding due to the deficiency in the system. If one or more system deficiencies that are highly likely to lead to improper contract payments being made, or represent an unacceptable risk of loss to the Government, contractor could be subject to up to 100% withholding. The rule does not identify the specific guidelines for correcting a deficiency or how quickly the system will be audited to verify the corrective actions taken by the contractor.
Defense Contractors Need To Organize Their Project Records
Raw research data, archived documents, photos, presentations, artwork, databases, projects, and spread sheets all fall under the pervue of government audits.
Army Corps Of Engineers Uses Disk-Store Binders For Data Storage
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