Out of the box solutions
We offer off-the-shelf Procurement Manuals as well as a wide variety of individual Policies & Procedures, Forms, Templates and Process Workflows.
The DFARS contains 7 elements that specifically require that policies and procedures must be applied to the output of an approved purchasing system.
We offer a DCMA reviewed manual that is a complete and up to date set of Policy and Procedures. We can also provide individual policies and procedures if you're looking to supplement a manual you already have.
There are more than 40 documentary elements that can be reviewed during a CPSR.
We have optimized our forms for procurement file execution that complement existing or new Policies and Procedures and can provide the full suite of forms and templates that address document requirements from Accounting System Adequacy through Vendor Rating.
Resource developed by Mark Hijar, our Founder and CEO
FSCMO Online Training modules are designed to interpret, digest, and expand upon regulatory requirements while organizing those requirements into the series of defined tasks that form the components of compliant and approvable federal business systems. We also offer customized and out of the box training solutions. Interested? Click the link below to find out more about our training.
A CPSR Compliant Audit Tool
We have developed the first and only CPSR-Compliant Procurement Audit Tool (ProcureLinx Pro) that will quickly and effectively prepare your company for CPSR success. Pro has supported more than 100 successful CPSRs
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1. A summary of the current CPSR environmen;t
2. An overview of the proposed PSDR process;
3. Proposals involving the current CPSR onsite review requirement; and
4. Proposed placement of the legislative text required to implement the initiative.
Please see future posts to learn more about the process through which FSCMO representatives are working with the Hill to implement this new approach to the audit and review of nontraditional government contractors (NTCs).