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CSOD: WC13 - Property Management & Contract Compliance: Best Practices for Managing Risk & Improving Efficiency in the Changing Landscape of Property Management Compliance - C13
by Robert Kaehler and Brian Thompson, CPPM, CF
Author / Presenter:Robert Kaehler and Brian Thompson, CPPM, CF
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Managing government-owned equipment and material is a discipline that continues to receive a lot of attention from both policy makers and auditors. Several recent changes to the FAR and DFARS place additional responsibility and risk on both contractors and government agencies alike. This session explores several recent policy changes and the significant risk posed by these changes, and how organizations can mitigate those risks through best practices and improvements to systems and processes. Following this session, you will have a clear understanding of what the government will be looking for, what policies and procedures you should have in place to insure your organization is not at risk for these payment withholdings, and how industry leading solutions can be leveraged to avoid potentially devastating penalties.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Robert Kaehler
Brian Thompson, CPPM, CF

Recorded at World Congress 2013

This is a downloadable product in the form of a zip file. The zip file contains the following:
-Windows Media Video file
-1 Printable PDF file containing the certificate of completion and copy of the PowerPoint slides

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