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2016 cpsr issues and 
"hot topics" - get ready!
Get a recap of past trends from 2015 and an outlook on issues that will be of concern into 2016.

Get a recap past trends from 2015 and an outlook on issues that will be of concern into 2016. 

98% of firms will not pass their initial CPSR which could result in losing the competitive marketing advantage and cash flow impact. J.A. White & Associates Inc. provides a real time and comprehensive overview of key elements auditors look for in a CPSR. 
Topics will include: 
Risk Assessments 
CPSR Scheduling 
Insight into CPSR Operations 
Make or Buy Decisions, Documentation, and Procurement’s Role in Process 
Non-Competitive Source Justifications (Engineering Directed/Customer Directed) and Evidence of Market Research 
Technical Evaluations Supporting Source Selection 
Extent of Competition 
Requisitions (Format/Content/Approvals/Dates/Lead Time) and Requisitioning Process 
Reporting of Executive Compensation 
Detection of Counterfeit Goods 
Combating Trafficking in Persons Requirements 
Reps and Certs 
24 DFARS Purchasing System Requirements 
Indirect vs. Direct Costs - Auditor questioned whether certain PO's should not be charged back to the Government as direct costs. 
Price Analysis 
Market Research 
Letter Subcontracts - Subcontractor working at risk is not acceptable. 
Supply Chain Management/Monitoring Supplier Performance. 

Limited to the first 500 Registrants. This program is not available for CLE, CPE, CLP or other credits as a live program. 

This webinar is sponsored by J.A. White & Associates, Inc.

J.A. White & Associates, Inc. is one of the top auditing and supply chain compliance management firms in the nation. We excel at providing consulting, training and audit support in the areas of purchasing systems, property systems, material management systems, earned value management systems, estimating systems and accounting systems. In our 17 years of experience in the market place, our firm has been involved, either directly or indirectly, with hundreds of successful audit projects in support of over 80% of the top 50 U.S. Government Federal contractors.
About Our Presenter ...
Jeffery A. White, C.P.M. CEO and Founder of J.A. White & Associates, Inc.
President and C.E.O. of Global Healthcare Solutions, L.L.C.

Jeffery A. White, C.P.M. is the President and Executive Principal Consultant for J.A. White & Associates, Inc. He is a successful executive with a blend of over twenty five years of subcontracting, contracting, project management, and financial experience in both the private and public sectors. His experiences include CPSR consulting, supplier financial management, procurement compliance training, purchasing policy/procedures for governmental agencies, manufacturing plants, service organizations, and hundreds of suppliers across the U.S. and Canada.

Jeffery is a former adjunct professor at Pennsylvania State University’s Lancaster and Harrisburg campuses. He is currently a consultant/instructor with The George Washington University (Washington, DC), teaching courses in the subcontract management, project management, and contracting programs. Jeffery has published numerous articles in professional purchasing-related publications such as Electronic Buyer’s News, NAPM Insight, Purchasing Today, and NAPM InfoEdge.

He is a noted international speaker for The National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM), the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP), the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) and other purchasing organizations, having presented topics at International Conferences, satellite seminars, and affiliate dinner meetings.

Jeffery’s work with NAPM on the development and teaching of the web-based course, “Fundamentals of Purchasing”, in 1999 earned him the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) 1999 Education Award of Excellence for Technology-Based Education Programs