PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

Today we are carrying on our conversation of the lately released Volume 3 report released by the Section 809 Panel. As most Defense companies know, there are six business systems that the federal government considers essential to protecting its interests and essential for companies to ensure good inner control systems are set up.

These are (i) accounting system (ii) purchasing system, (iii) estimating system (iv) property management, ( v ) materials accounting and management, and (vi) gained value management system (EVMS). Various oversight agencies (usually DCAA and DCMA) will take the business lead in reviewing internal handles for these systems and concern reports concerning their bottom line on the adequacy of those controls.

If the controls are located to be lacking, the federal government will expect corrective action plans and perform follow-up reviews to ensure those programs are set up and effective. According to DFARS, substantial deficiency details it as materially impacting DoD officials and contractor’s capability to rely on information produced by the business system that is needed for management purposes.

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If you merely want to buy one size tape, you’ll want to select the full-size roll and then cut off smaller pieces for taping smaller vinyl fabric items. If your cutter can break up to 24 in. Wide, you’re going to need the 24-inch roll. Special Note: My walls will be the super-crappy builder grade sprayed-on eggshell color in a color I LOVE. And I would like the space to remain there after I apply vinyl.

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Most people utilize it to weed. Personally, I don’t but I use mine frequently to finish slashes that my cutter stuttered along or just didn’t connect correctly. Weeding Tool: Lots of people use an X-acto Knife but if you’re reducing small little letters you’re going to need something better. This bubble is loved by me pop tool. 2 after shipping and worth it.

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I choose the yellowish 4 inch ones because they’re easy to spot among discarded pieces of backing & application tape so they’re not unintentionally thrown away. For this good reason I recommend you not buy the white! They come in other hideous colors and 6-inch widths also. Being the color-coordinated person that I am, I choose the 6-inch squeegee in blue and the 4-inch squeegee in yellow.