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WOD: Government Contract Compliance Programs: A Practical Approach for Contractors 170069 12.18.2012
by William Weisberg and Joyce Tong - Oelrich
 
 
Author / Presenter:William Weisberg and Joyce Tong - Oelrich
Date published:Dec 18, 2012
Language:English
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DESCRIPTION
The program will address:

-The enforcement background: False Statements, False Claims, and Debarment;
-The elements of every compliance program: Code of Conduct; Training; and Internal Controls;
-When your compliance program should include a Compliance Review;
-Trade Agreements Act: confirming substantial transformation, and monitoring the production process;
-Organizational Conflicts of Interest: Setting up a system to flag potential OCI situations early enough to do something about them, and having a standard mitigation procedure;
-Subcontracting on set-asides: understanding, and following, the rules on improper control over, and subcontracting with, the prime; and
-GSA MAS contracts: monitoring the Price Reduction Clause and IFF payments.
-Avoiding debarment: your compliance program as the key to present responsibility.

This is a downloadable product in the form of a zip file. The zip file contains the following: - File(s) to run Webinar on Demand
-1 Read Me file
-1 printable PDF file containing the Certificate of Completion and copy of the PowerPoint slides


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