Tuesday June 27th, 12:30PM-2:30PM
The Mandatory Disclosure rule is incorporated into every GSA Schedule. The Mandatory Disclosure rule requires a contractor to disclose to the Office of the Inspector General when a contractor has credible knowledge that a principal, employee, agent or subcontractor has committed a violation of the act such as submitting a false invoice by using noncompliant labor categories on an invoice. It applies up until three years after the final payment under a task or delivery order. GSA Schedule contracts have complex areas of risk regarding Commercial Sales Practices (CSP), Transactional Data Reporting (TDR) and well as compliance with the Price Reductions Clause (PRC) and Trade Agreements Act (TAA).
- When to make a mandatory disclosure
- How to make a mandatory disclosure
- When follow up disclosures are required
- What protections a company receives in doing so
- When to hire counsel to obtain privilege