Identifying and Recovering Overpayments For Federal Agencies Contractor Information



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Identifying and Recovering Overpayments

For Federal Agencies

Contractor Information

Company Name:                     PRG-Schultz International Inc. (Formerly The Profit Recovery Group)

Corporate Headquarters:         600 Galleria Parkway, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30339

Contact Name:    ScottBrown, VP of Client Services

Contact Information:  Scott Brown            

Email: scott.brown@prgx.com

Phone:  913.940.0720; Fax:  877.507.6472

Website:   http://www.prgx.com/

 

Contract Information

General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service, Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

 

On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage, a menu-driven database system.  Internet address for GSA Advantage is: http://www.gsa.advantage.gov/



 

Financial and Business Solutions (FABS)

Special Item Number (SIN) 520-9

Contract Number GS-23F-8140H

For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the FSS Schedules button at http://www.fss.gsa.gov/

Contract Period:  March 10, 1998 through December 31, 2007 with three five-year option periods

Contractor Name and Contact information: 

PRG-Schultz

600 Galleria Parkway,

Suite 100,

Atlanta, GA 30339

Phone:  913.940.0720

Fax:  877.507.6472

Email:  mailto:scott.brown@prgx.com

Internet address:  http://www.prgx.com/experience/government.html

 

Customer Information



1a.       Awarded Special Item Number 520-9

1b.       Price is 20.15% of overpayments identified and actually recovered

1c.       Hourly Rates: Not Applicable for this item

2.                Maximum Order: $1,000,000

3.                Minimum Order: $300

4.                Geographic Coverage:  Domestic & International

5.                Points of production: Data is processed in preparation for each program at our corporate technology center located at 600 Galleria Parkway, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30339.  The program is conducted at client locations and shared service centers located within the United States.

6.                Discount from list prices:  Prices shown are net

7.                Quantity discounts:  None

8.                Prompt payment terms:  None

9a.       Government purchase cards are accepted at or below the

micro-purchase threshold

9b.       Government purchase cards are accepted above the micro-

purchase threshold

10.       Foreign items:  None  

11a      Time of delivery:  Not applicable

11b.     Expedited Delivery:  Not applicable

11c.     Overnight and 2-day delivery:  Not applicable         

11d.     Urgent Requirements: 

Contact Scott Brown at mailto:scott.brown@prgx.com or

phone 913.940.0720 for urgent requirements

12.        F.O.B.:  Destination

13a.     Ordering addresses:  600 Galleria Parkway, Suite 100,

Atlanta, GA 30339

13b.     Ordering procedures:  For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s) are found in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405-3.

14.       Payment Address:  PRG-Schultz,  Attn:  Accounting

Department, 600 Galleria Parkway, Suite 100,

Atlanta, GA 30339

15.            Warranty provision:  Not applicable

16.            Export packing charges:  Not applicable

17.            Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance – Negotiable

18.            Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair:

  Not applicable

19.             Terms and conditions of installation:  Not applicable

20.             Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices:  Not applicable

20a.     Terms and conditions for any other services – Not

applicable

21.              List of service and distribution points:  Not applicable

22.             List of participating dealers:  Not applicable

23.             Preventive maintenance:  Not applicable

24a.     Special attributes:  Not applicable

24b.     Section 508 compliance information:  Not applicable

25.       Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number:

783765860

26.             PRG-Schultz is registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database.

 

 



Recovery auditing is a professional service to identify and recovery overpayments that would otherwise remain undetected and lost forever.  Using expert techniques and massive data mining capability, our staff surface anomalies within your purchase and payment transaction details for further research, verification and recovery of overpayments.  Provided below are “fast facts” regarding our past performance, legislative background and pricing.  Please visit our web site at prgx.com and contact Scott Brown for detailed information on our methodology, technology and approach customized to each client environment.  Our business is to optimize identification and recovery of overpayments without disrupting your ongoing operations or your vendor relationships.

 

Table of Contents:

1.           PRG Government Past Performance and Background

2.           Recovery Audit Legislative Background

3.           Pricing

 

1.     Past Performance and Background

 

Fast Facts 



(a)    The oldest and largest Recovery Audit firm worldwide, founded in 1972 with over 1200 employees serving clients in over 25 countries

(b)   The largest demonstrated Past Performance in the public and private sectors including completion or in process performance of 2,479 separate federal and state agency audits and serving 26% of the Fortune 100, 23% of the Global Fortune 100 and a large mix of the Fortune 1000.

(c)    Awarded the first federal agency recovery audit contract resulting from the 1996 Defense Authorizations Act, recovery audit demonstration program requirement.  The demonstration program was conducted for the Defense Logistics Agency.  Based on the success of the two-year demonstration program, it was re-competed and re-awarded to PRG for an additional 5-year term.  The Inspector General’s Office issued a report on August 17th, 2005 including review of this program and recommended expansion throughout the department.   A copy of the report is available at the Web site of the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General at http://www.dodig.osd.mil/audit/reports.  The Under Secretary of Defense issued Guidance to Department of Defense agencies on October 17th, 2005 for program application in agencies that enter into contract payments of more than $500 million in a fiscal year.

(d)     Contracted by 10 federal agencies and 10 state governments to date to conduct recovery audit programs, including a demonstration program for Medicare.  Each of the federal agencies and state governments served include the majority of sub agencies totaling over 800 separate agencies.

(e)    First recovery audit contractor on the GSA Multiple Award Schedule for Recovery Audits.

(f)    Largest data processing capability with the highest data security in the industry -  “At 410 Terabytes and 332 Switch Ports, PRG’s Storage Area Network (SAN) is in the top 10% of the world’s largest installations,” Bob Passmore, Gartner Consultants, Inc.

 

2.          Legislative Background

 

Fast Facts

(a)    1996-National Defense Authorization Act, Section 354 requiring a demonstration program (Public Law 104-106; 110 Stat. 268; 10 U.S.C. 2461

(b)   2002 – National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2002, Public Law 107-107, Subchapter VI-Recovery Audits - The head of each executive agency that enters into contracts with a total value in excess of $500,000,000 in a fiscal year shall carry out a cost-effective program for identifying any errors made in paying the contractors and for recovering any amounts erroneously paid to the contractors.  PRG was called to provide expert testimony at two congressional hearings on recovery auditing in advance of this legislation.

(c)    OMB-Circular A-11 requires that future budget submissions include information on erroneous payments.

(d)   January 2003 - OMB guidance to agencies issued and available at http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/memoranda/m03-07.html

 

3.          Price

 

Fast Facts

(a)    Contingency fee - Services are provided on a pay for performance basis with a contingency fee of 20.15% paid on the actual amounts recovered



(b)   Contractor bears cost of all related costs as part of the contingency fee

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