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  • Government Agencies
    kenifer47
    have a way of forgetting to respond to requirements, especially when it involves their contractors. Let's face facts, these contractors provide the money that lines the pockets of procurers. That is why little or nothing has happened in the past and we should all expect the same in the future. Greed rules in the management of government.
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  • Accountability Critical to Improving Oversight and Performance Data
    jaimegracia
    What the memo fails to address is why the information is not being entered into PPIRS to begin with, and also why contractor oversight is currently so lax. It is a startling abrogation of ones duties to those responsible with being stewards of taxpayers money, and one that needs corrective actions through enforcement and proper program management. Past performance, especially for services, should be one of the most important evaluation criteria in selecting a contractor for award. However, the incomplete or missing data, combined with allowing contractors to submit their own evaluations from favored customers, often does not allow for differentiation and drives evaluations in areas that often let irresponsible contractors get way with murder because they offer ridiculously low-prices to win work in this era of institutionalizing "buying in."
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