eQuip: Contractor Self-Assessment Checklist2021-06-08T17:59:39-04:00

Contractor Self-Assessment (CSA) Checklist

Why perform a self-assessment?

Government contractors perform contractor self-assessments to determine the strengths and weaknesses in their property management system. This allows the contractor to fix those weaknesses before a DCMA audit.

Identifying weaknesses in government property management is incredibly important. We on the eQuip team are seeing increased enforcement on compliance, especially when mission-critical assets from the Department of Defense are involved.

Currently, it’s advised for government contractors to perform a Self-Assessment occasionally at their own discretion. However, contractor self-assessments may soon become mandatory.

As requirements become more strict and CSA’s need to be performed more frequently, many government contractors may fall behind. These rapid changes create a steep learning curve for business owners and executives.

Why did eQuip create this self-assessment?

We’ve written before about how to ensure government contractors perform a successful CSA. We also routinely advise our customers on CSA best practices as part of eQuip implementations and updates. However, we wanted to provide a more detailed guide to for the industry to walk through the CSA process.

We’ve put together this checklist so you can understand exactly how to perform Contractor Self-Assessments. Should you have any questions on it or need more advice, please contact our team of expert property managers directly by emailing assetworks360@assetworks.com.

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