GSA Excluded Parties Report

Identify which candidates are named on the GSA excluded parties list. Your organization needs to know which parties are excluded from federal procurement and non-procurement programs. Because those on the list are barred from receiving federal contracts, subcontracts, certain types of federal financial assistance and other benefits.

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requires the GSA to compile and maintain a list of parties that are:

  • Debarred
  • Suspended
  • Proposed for debarment
  • Declared ineligible

Your report will include:

  • Name and address
  • Class
  • Record type
  • Exclusion type
  • DUNS (Dun & Bradstreet 9-digit ID)
  • Descriptions
  • Cause and treatment actions

Ideal for:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Other trained medical staff
  • Government contractors
  • Students in clinical placement

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Q: Is the GSA report included in any other searches you offer?
A: Yes. The GSA report is included in the FACIS® Health Care Sanctions search. It can also be ordered independently depending on your organization’s needs.
FACIS® is a registered trademark of Verisys Corporation.

Q: What is the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)?
A: FAR includes the main rules in the Federal Acquisition Regulation System, carried out through the U.S. General Services Administration. The guidelines encompass management of property, technology and administrative services by the U.S. government.

Q: How can I order GSA reports on all of my existing employees as quickly and easily as possible?

A: We offer an easy way to update background checks. Send us a spreadsheet with the required information for the staff you need to check, and we will quickly process a “bulk” order. Learn more about Bulk Screening Projects ›

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