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GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) Support

General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) audits are rare, but the likelihood of being audited increases with the volume of GSA Contract sales. Contractors may be subject to an OIG audit for: cause, volume of sales, or random check.

The main purpose of a GSA OIG audit is to determine if your GSA Contract is in non-compliance, and if so should it result in:

  • Refunds
  • Retroactive Price Reductions
  • Retroactive Price Reductions
  • Change in the Basis of Award Customer

With so much at stake, GSA OIG audits are a serious matter, warranting meticulous preparation. Federal Schedules provides full-service support to successfully prepare your company for, and navigate you through the GSA OIG audit process.  This includes participating in initial meetings with the GSA Office of the Inspector General regarding the scope, timing, and data requirements of your audit, as well as prepping your team and conducting an internal review of all information to be presented to the auditors. We will work with you to assess potential exposures, prepare explanations for any transactions that appear to be out of compliance, and mitigate risk.

Services Include:

  • Provide briefing on anticipated audit process and procedures
  • Prime audit participants on their roles and responsibilities in providing auditors with information
  • Review required files
  • Ensure all necessary files are prepared per audit request to facilitate ease of review
  • Provide advisement regarding appropriate responses to auditor questions, requests, and requirements
  • Provide guidance and understanding of auditor requests
  • Participate in on-site OIG Audit Review for up to five (5) days

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