Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR)

With over 130 CPSR’s and a 100% successful track record, we offer a tailored line of advisory services in CPSR Procurement System Compliance. Subject matter experts perform Mock CPSR’s under DCMA guidelines, provide guidance on adequate purchasing system requirements, monitor an approved system, support clients during government audits, and respond to the government on behalf of our client.



Our Approach to Success

As an industry leader in CPSR consulting, we combine proactive techniques to project future CPSR audit trends and practical CPSR experience. Our past success is attributed to consistently exceeding our most demanding clients’ expectations.

CPSR Target Training

As a part of our Implementation and Sustainment Phases, we provide custom training. Through discussions and participative methodology, subject matter expert, Jeffery White, provides insight into the requirements of an adequate purchasing system, monitors an approved system, and responds to a purchasing system review.

Four Phases to Success



Risk Assessment - A comprehensive review of a client's policies, procedures, systems, processes, file documentation and department staff. This phase is conducted to identify potential weaknesses that could impact business operations and company costs.

Corrective Action - Development of a CPSR success plan designed to address any weaknesses identified during the risk assessment phase. Corrective Actions will state the type of weakness identified, remedies, and specific steps to move from problematic to desired.

Implementation - Hands on support to clients from the initial Government Pre-CPSR data request and Pre-CPSR kickoff preparation, to receipt of their system approval letter. This critical phase engages the appropriate department resources, develops procurement policies, procedures and applicable forms, as well as, target training for management and staff.

Sustainment - Solutions that will assist your organization to sustain long term CPSR compliant processes. Management must continually adapt its policies and procedures to manage changing risks.

Contact us today for additional information on how we can help you recover from a failed CPSR or prepare for your next one!