When clients are notified they are being audited by the GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG), their first question is often what they did wrong. In reality, being selected for an audit is frequently an indication that a company is doing something right – at least as far as sales volume is concerned.
GSA’s OIG only does 40-50 pre-award audits annually and generally selects contracts that fall in the top 5% of sales for the Schedule. When only a small sample can be audited, the OIG will choose contracts that offer the most “bang for the buck” in terms of potential …read more
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