Nancy Goode, Director of Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement
Integrated Award Environment (IAE) at the General Services Administration
The United States government has used services from Dun and Bradstreet to both identify (using the DUNS® number) and validate/verify federal contractors since 1978. In 1998, entities were required to get a DUNS number by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). In 2008, this requirement expanded to federal financial assistance, affecting over 630,000 public and private entities seeking federal contracts and/or grants.
Starting in December 2020, the DUNS number will no longer be the official identifier for doing business with the U.S. Government. What is changing?
The definition of entity uniqueness is not changing.
Change can be confusing and frustrating. We want to make the change easier by sharing information about the coming changes and transition plan with the NGMA.
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
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