Companies Can Challenge Government Data on Their Performance

January 10, 2012

Contractor information input into the Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity System will be subject to review by companies involved starting Jan. 17, according to a correction notice in the Jan. 11 Federal Register.

The start date was missing from the final rule published Jan. 3.

Any information that agencies enter into FAPIIS from Jan. 17 onward will be subject to a two-week delay before it is transferred to the publicly available part of FAPIIS. Past performance information won't be published at all. Contractors will receive notice when new information about their company goes into FAPIIS, and they will have 7 days to point out information that should be exempt under the Freedom of Information Act.

In the new Federal Register notice, officials wrote that the delay until Jan. 17 will give agencies time to complete necessary system changes to support the two-week waiting period before contractors' information goes live. 

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