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Construction Recordkeeping and Documentation Requirements for Government Contracts

 

Explore the recordkeeping requirements for government contractors and learn how to establish compliant recordkeeping practices.

All federal contractors are required to maintain and keep records, yet many are unfamiliar with the nuances of these obligations to ensure their company's recordkeeping practices and procedures comply with applicable laws and regulations. What types of records must or should a government contractor keep? How long should a government contractor keep contracting records? Where should government contractor keep its records? When does the obligation to maintain records arise? This topic explores the recordkeeping requirements for government contractors and helps explain how to establish compliant recordkeeping practices. Recordkeeping may sound like a mundane and tedious task, but when faced with an audit or claim, properly kept records that can be quickly identified and utilized makes all the difference.

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Andy Howard

Andy Howard

Alston & Bird LLP

  • Partner in the Los Angeles office of Alston & Bird LLP
  • 18 years of experience resolving construction and government contracting disputes
  • Advises companies on the unique procurement and contracting policies and procedures contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and associated agency supplemental regulations and equivalent state procurement rules, on compliance with and negotiation of government contracts, and on the standards for the protection of classified information
  • Recently recognized in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America
  • Presented Alston & Bird Coronavirus webinar, The Road Ahead: Keeping Up with the Regulatory Onslaught and Forbearance Agreements
  • J.D. degree, Mercer University; B.A. and B.M. degrees, Furman University
  • Can be contacted at 213-576-1057 or [email protected]
Paul Ghazaryan

Paul Ghazaryan

Alston & Bird LLP

  • Associate in the Los Angeles office of Alston & Bird LLP
  • Represents construction industry professionals in contract negotiations and in litigation related to construction dispute claims
  • Provides transactional and compliance counseling to federal, state, and local government contractors
  • Published Final FAR Council Rule Expands the Scope of GIDEP Screening and Reporting and Effectively Mandates GIDEP Membership for Covered Contractors, Alston & Bird Government Contracts Blog, December 2019
  • J.D. degree, University of Southern California; B.A. degree, University of California, Irvine
  • Can be contacted at 213-576-1032 or [email protected]
MJ Kim

MJ Kim

Alston & Bird LLP

  • Associate in the Atlanta office of Alston & Bird LLP
  • Provides counseling to government contractors on compliance with federal, state, and local procurement rules and regulations, including the Federal Acquisition Regulation, agency supplements, and state equivalent rules, and represents them in adversary proceedings including procurement protests and government investigations
  • Published “Construction Laws and Customs: Georgia,” Thomson Reuters Practical Law, April 2020 and “Are Stars Aligning for a Major Shakeup of the Buy American/TAA Domestic Preference Regime?” Contract Management Magazine, April 2020
  • J.D. and B.A. degrees, Georgia State University
  • Can be contacted at 404-881-7436 or [email protected]
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