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Categories: October 1, 2010, Collective bargaining agreements, Contract administration, Contractor violations, Contracts, Employees, Federal law, Federal legislation, Federal procurement, Federal Procurement Data System?Next Generation (FPDS-NG), Federal regulations, Fines (penalties), Fraud, Labor law, Pay
First, add e-RA data collection to contract action reports and to FPDS-NG. Capture that an e-RA was used, whether it encompassed an evaluation of nonprice factors, and savings from the independent government estimate.
FPDS-NG is the primary source of information on federal contracting.
Take the Federal Procurement Data System--Next Generation (FPDS-NG), for example.
FPDS-NG, introduced in 2003, has many features that fill in forms automatically, to avoid data-entry errors.
I am taking this opportunity to provide you with an update regarding the Department of Defense's (DoD)'s transition to the Federal Procurement Data System--Next Generation (FPDS-NG).
Categories: May 12, 2010, Contracts, Defense procurement, Energy, Energy industry, Federal funds, Federal law, Federal procurement, Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation (FPDS-NG), Foreign corporations, Foreign policies, Fuel gas industry, Government contracts, Industry, Investments, Iran, Natural gas, Petroleum industry, Petroleum products, Procurement records, Sanctions
On December 20, 2004, DoD became the first government agency to certify that it completed submission of its FY04 contract reporting data to the General Services Administration (GSA) for loading into FPDS-NG. Since DoD is the source for over 60 percent of contract reporting information for the entire federal government, this accomplishment signifies completion of a major milestone.
The Defense Department's system is already connected to FPDS-NG.
Upon issuance of the PO, the acquisition system generates a transaction to be reported into IAE's FPDS-NG.
Recommendation: To address the cost-reimbursement contract issues, and to help clarify reporting requirements in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS-NG) to provide a clearer picture of the extent to which various contract types, including cost-reimbursement, are being used, the Administrator of OFPP should implement controls in FPDS-NG to preclude information from being entered without a contract type being identified, that is, eliminate the "missing" contract type option.
The Department of Defense (DoD) fully supports the move to the real-time, validated contract reporting environment that will be available with the full implementation of the Federal Procurement Data System--Next Generation (FPDS-NG).
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