Fraudulent Activity In System For Award Management

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Fraudulent Activity In System For Award Management

GSA’s System for Award Management issued a notification this month to state that fraudulent activity has occurred.  According to their post on April 4, 2018 an investigation is being performed by the Office of Inspector General (OIG).

Effective March 22, 2018 any entity registering a new SAM account will be required to submit an original signed notarized letter identifying the authorized entity administrator, showing proof of the assigned DUNS numbers for that entity prior to having the registration approved.

Effective April 27, 2018 any entity updating or renewing a registration will be required to  submit an original signed notarized letter identifying the authorized entity administrator, showing proof of the assigned DUNS numbers for that entity prior to having the update or renewal approved.

GSA is suggesting that entities currently registered in SAM to log in and review their registration information, specifically banking information.  Should any information be suspicious you may contact Federal Services Desk at www.fsd.gov, or 866-606-8220.

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