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Training Forum October 8, 2008 Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS) Malores Hall. eSRS Reporting. Malores Hall, I work in the Industry Assistance Office (IAO) that supports the NASA GSFC and HQ Small Business Specialist, Ms. Rosa Acevedo

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Training Forum

October 8, 2008

Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS)

Malores Hall


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eSRS Reporting

  • Malores Hall, I work in the Industry Assistance Office (IAO) that supports the NASA GSFC and HQ Small Business Specialist, Ms. Rosa Acevedo

  • Alternate POC for the Agency and the POC for all GSFC contracts

  • Nathan Watters is the POC for HQ contracts


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eSRS Reporting

Agenda

  • Definitions

  • Background

  • Registration Information

  • Reporting Periods

  • Important Information


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eSRS Reporting

Definitions

  • iSRS Interim Subcontracting Reporting System (old test beta system)

  • eSRSelectronic Subcontracting Reporting System

  • ISR Individual Subcontracting Report

  • SSR Summary Subcontracting Report

  • Pending Contractor has submitted ISR, needs review

  • Accepted Contracting Officer has approved the ISR

  • Rejected Contracting Officer has issues with the ISR

  • Reopen Agency POC will reopen reports to allow corrections

  • Edit Agency POC will delete reports when the contract has ended

  • OSBP Office of Small Business Programs


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eSRS Reporting

  • eSRS is a web-based Government-wide subcontracting system that allows electronic submission, management, (acceptance, rejection), reports and analyses of subcontracting data in a real time paperless environment

  • To assure reduction of errors in reporting data, and to decrease processing time. This should increase subcontracting activity

  • As of October 25, 2005, the eSRS was available for use by all Federal agencies and their contractors


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eSRS Reporting

  • Previously FAR clause 52.219-9 required contractors to submit SF-294s and SF-295s forms for hardcopy reporting

  • The eSRS satisfies the reporting requirement. The FAR clause 52.219-9 was modified to show a change in the wording

  • The iSRS, the old test beta system was shut down effective October 31, 2005, for submitting of ISRs. You may use the site for viewing purposes only


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eSRS Reporting

  • The SF-294 is now called the ISR, and is submitted in the eSRS to the current CO for any contract

  • The CO is responsible for reviewing and accepting or rejecting the report

  • The SF-295 is now called a SSR

  • The report is submitted in the eSRS for all of a prime’s contracts with an Agency from the contractors finance office

  • They are due 9/30 and 3/31

  • Donna Sprinkle at NASA Headquarters is responsible for reviewing and approving the reports


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eSRS Reporting

  • When a new contract is awarded; an ISR report is due in the eSRS 6 months later

  • ISR reporting periods end (1) 9/30 and (2) 3/31 each year. The ISRs are due in the eSRS 30-days after the period ends

  • An analysis of all the ISR data submitted for GSFC and HQ contracts is due to within 2 weeks after the reports are due in eSRS, a Goals Attainment Report (old delta) is compiled after the data has been analyzed and it is submitted to the OSBP

  • This report tracks the subcontracting activity of the Prime contractor for the current period. It will also reveal if they are adhering to the goals they agreed upon when their subcontract plan was submitted


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eSRS Reporting

  • Prime contractors are required to ensure that their subcontractors and lower tier subcontractor’s file their ISRs in the eSRS and that the data is accurate

  • ISRs are due, regardless of whether there has been any subcontracting activity since the inception of the contract or since the previous report

  • When the contract ends, a Final report should be submitted in the eSRS 30 days after contract completion


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eSRS Reporting

  • If you are new to procurement and have not registered in the eSRS, please do so at www.esrs.gov

  • If you have problems registering, please feel free to give me a call at X4379. I will walk you through the process

  • Please view the training tutorial located on the eSRS Homepage. You will also find a list of on-line training dates

  • If I can’t resolve your issues, you may call the eSRS Help Desk at (703) 373-7041


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eSRS Reporting

  • When you receive a contract previously administered by another CS or CO, you must contact the contractor and request that he/she update their registration page with your email address. This will assure you are receiving alerts when the ISR report has been submitted by your contractors

  • To update the eSRS to show changes of the CO on an award document, the CS should notify Deanna Herschell of the change. Ms. Herschell will then update the FPDS-NG to reflect this change, which in turn results in the updating of the eSRS


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eSRS Reporting

  • The IAO acts as the Liaison between Procurement and the OSBP

  • The Small Business subcontracting goals and dollars for each Center is now being tracked very closely by the OSBP

  • Please view your ISRs timely, so that the IAO can submit our Goals Attainment Reports timely to the OSBP


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