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GSA Schedule rules and risks: the advisors’ perspective on FAR Mandatory Disclosure exposure analyses

Operating in the GSA Federal Supply Schedules (FSS) program can pose challenges that can often put government contractors at risk. Since 2008, the Mandatory Disclosure Rule (MDR) has given credence to the need for timely and accurate reporting to GSA. As the federal marketplace changes, it is essential for government contractors to understand essential exposure analyses and best practices when working with GSA through a Mandatory Disclosure.

Join Baker Tilly’s Leo Alvarez and Jeff Clayton and the Practising Law Institute (PLI) for one-hour briefing on this complex topic. 

Entitled, GSA Schedule rules and risks: the advisors’ perspective on FAR Mandatory Disclosure exposure analyses, Leo and Jeff will provide insight on the following topics:

  • An overview of the Mandatory Disclosure Rule
  • Internal investigations and the timing of the disclosure
  • Cost impacts and settlement methods
  • Expanding beyond a Mandatory Disclosure

Intended audience

The government contractor community including attorneys, in-house counsel, accountants, financial professionals and staff who deal with FAR MDR and the GSA FSS program.

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