Hubzone Program: Sbas Control Weaknesses Exposed the Government to Fraud and Abuse: Testimony Before the Committee on Small Business Progressive Management

ISBN: 9781234567859

Published: October 7th 2011

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Hubzone Program: Sbas Control Weaknesses Exposed the Government to Fraud and Abuse: Testimony Before the Committee on Small Business  by  Progressive Management

Hubzone Program: Sbas Control Weaknesses Exposed the Government to Fraud and Abuse: Testimony Before the Committee on Small Business by Progressive Management
October 7th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 26 pages | ISBN: 9781234567859 | 10.28 Mb

Original publisher: Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Govt. Accountability Office, 2008] OCLC Number: (OCoLC)244251362 Subject: Enterprise zones -- United States. Excerpt: ... Fiscal year 2006-07 obligations on HUBZone a contracts ( reporting Primary productMoreOriginal publisher: Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Govt. Accountability Office, 2008] OCLC Number: (OCoLC)244251362 Subject: Enterprise zones -- United States.

Excerpt: ... Fiscal year 2006-07 obligations on HUBZone a contracts ( reporting Primary product or agencies ) Case service Case details Firm met principal office requirement. 8 Construction $ 4.9 million ( Public management Buildings Service and Payroll documents showed only about 17 percent of the firms others ) employees lived in a HUBZone as of December 2007. Firm self-certified that it met the HUBZone requirements in ORCA in September 2007. Firm met principal office requirement. 9 IT products and services $ 712,000 ( Department of the Army ) Payroll documents showed that the firms only employee did not live in a HUBZone as of December 2007.

Firm self-certified that it met the HUBZone requirements in ORCA in October 2007. Firm met principal office requirement. 10 IT and logistics $ 515,000 ( Department of management Health and Human Payroll documents show only about 15 percent of the firms Services ) employees lived in a HUBZone as of December 2007. Firm self-certified that it met the HUBZone requirements in ORCA in March 2008 Source: GAO analysis of data from FPDS-NG, ORCA, and firms.

a Obligations on prime contracts with HUBZone firms according to procurement data from FPDS-NG. b n.a. = not applicable. While federal agencies did not report to FPDS-NG any obligations on HUBZone contracts for this firm during fiscal years 2006 and 2007, the nature of the allegation was as such to warrant our investigation.

Case 1: Our investigation clearly showed that this firm represented itself as HUBZone-eligible even though it did not meet HUBZone requirements at the time of our investigation. This firm, which provided business management, engineering, information technology, logistics, and technical support services, self-certified in July 2007 in ORCA that it was a HUBZone firm and that there ha...



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