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Good morning! As a government services contractor, we have recently purchased software for a purchasing system. We understand that all subcontracts should be entered into the system, but I am wondering if we need to enter for audit compliance - items such as rent contracts/Purchase Orders or contracts/Purchase Orders we have with outside firms for support services such as recruiting or marketing. These obviously impact our rates. Is it of your opinion that these Purchase Orders be entered into our purchasing system module to be compliant for Government audit? Thank you!
Hi I'm looking at a proposal under the following scenario: Single Source Award/Certified C&P Data required Contract Type FFP (one T&M CLIN) Offeror: CAS covered (submits D/S). IAW Disclosed Practices G&A base is TCI. Offeror has a pool for material handling (M&H) (base - direct materials). Direct materials and the expenses on the M&H pool are part of the G&A base. 1. Here's the way the offeror is burdening materials in the proposal: Lets assume the M&H rate is 5% and G&A is 50% Direct Materials is $100,000 Materials 100,000 M&H 5,000 Subtotal
I have a R&D, CR contract with an educational institution. Therefore, it is subject to OMB Circular A-21. A-21 limits to $25,000 the amount of subcontracts that the educational institution can charge F&A costs on. The contractor is using other companies to perform non-commercial work under this contract--sample testing, biological supplies and testing, that kind of thing. My office has taken the position that this is a subcontract, and therefore subject to the $25,000 limitation imposed by A-21. The institution is asserting this to be a 'vendor agreement' (or supplier contract), as the