|Revision Date||November 1, 2011|
Contract staff are responsible for coordinating the development of a corrective action plan with the contractor when a deficiency or problem is identified. Contract staff must state the facts of the problem (and the specific contract provisions, statutes, circulars or rules) that apply to the situation, and require that the contractor draft the corrective action plan to address and correct issues.
A corrective action plan is a formal plan and assurances submitted by the contractor to correct an area of identified concern. If the contractor submits an acceptable plan and assurances, DFPS will follow up on the implementation of the plan to ensure that the contractor's deficiencies or problems are corrected. If the plan is not implemented or the desired results are not achieved, DFPS may proceed to consideration of other immediate adverse actions.