The SBA’s David Wm. Loines, Director Office of Government Contracting issued a memo to large business contractors extending the the time for submitting 2020 fiscal-year end Individual Subcontracting Reports and Summary Subcontract Report.
The SBA memo states that given the ongoing Presidential declared National Emergency, SBA is extending the time for the filing of Individual Subcontracting Reports (ISR) and Summary Subcontracting Reports (SSR) by 30 and 60 days, respectively. Although some states are beginning to reopen, many states and the District of Columbia are under varying degrees of orders for residents to remain socially distanced. Many of the records that would be needed to meet these reporting requirements may still currently be unavailable or inaccessible. Therefore, SBA will consider the fiscal year-end ISRs submitted by November 30, 2020, and the SSRs submitted by December 30, 2020, to be timely. Inline with SBA’s decision to extend the fiscal-year end ISR submission date, SBA is also extending the ISR reporting due date for firms that have recently completed contracts or that will complete contracts in the near future (prior to September 30, 2020) to November 30, 2020.