IRS Tax Checking Process Not Effective

September 7, 2016 IRS Falls Short in Tracking Tax-Delinquent Contractors Source: Government Executive, Charles S. Clark, August 12, 2016 Despite past admonitions, the Internal Revenue Service still has a ways to go in preventing the award of agency contracts to … Continued

New Payment Technology Designed to Reduce Fraud

Make the Switch to New Payments Technology Fraud is a big problem in the United States.  New payment technology starts October 1. Source: SBA, Article written by Maria Contreras-Sweet and Jack Dorsey, Published September 15, 2015 This October, America will … Continued

Contracting Data Misreported by Commerce Department

Commerce not accurately reporting contracting data to FPDS-NG database Source: FierceGovernment, Article written by Ryan McDermott, published on June 25, 2015 The Commerce Department isn’t accurately reporting contracting data to the federal government’s main procurement database, says a June 19 … Continued

PTAC Hosts Intensive DCAA Training for Navajo Nation

NCAIED Facilitating High-Level Government Contract Training, Starts With Navajo Nation The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) hosted a specialized Defense accounting training for the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, Arizona. The session focused … Continued