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					            CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION
                      (CAGE CODES)
                  DFARS Case 2003-D040

• DFARS Parts 204, 212, 213 and 252 are amended to
  remove policy on Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) that duplicated policy found in the Federal
  Acquisition Regulation (FAR).

• The rule also addresses requirements for use of
  Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes in
  DoD contracts.

• Federal Register Publication on September 30, 2005.
                  UNIQUE ITEM IDENTIFIER
                   DFARS Case 2003-D081



• DFARS Parts 202, 204, 211, 212, 243 and 252 are
  amended to establish policy for unique
  identification and valuation of items delivered
  under DoD contracts.

• Federal Register Publication on April 22, 2005.
              GOVERNMENT SOURCE INSPECTION
                REQUIREMENTS - FINAL RULE

• DFARS 246.402 , Govt contract quality assurance at source
• Eliminates Govt QA at source for contracts or delivery orders
  below $250K unless--
   • Mandated by DoD regulation;
   • Required by MOA between acquiring department or
     agency and the contract administration agency; or
   • The CO determines that--
       (1) contract technical requirements are significant;
       (2) the product acquired has--
            – critical characteristics;
            – specific features that make QA at source necessary; or
            – specific acquisition concerns that make Govt QA at
              source necessary; and
       (3) the contract is being awarded to--
            – a manufacturer or producer; or
            – non-manufacturer or non-producer and specific Govt
              verifications are necessary and feasible to perform.
           QUALITY CONTROL OF AVIATION CRITICAL
              SAFETY ITEMS (CSI) AND RELATED
                   SERVICES - FINAL RULE
• DFARS 209.270 & 246.407
• Implements Section 802, FY 2004 DoD Authorization Act.
• Section 802 requires DoD to develop a quality control
  policy for the procurement of aviation (CSI) and the
  modification, repair, and overhaul of those items.
• Responsibilities of the head of the design control activity--
   – identifying items that meet aviation CSI criteria;
   – approving qualification requirements IAW procedures
     established by the design control activity; and
   – qualifying and identifying aviation CSI suppliers and products.
• Approval authority for accepting nonconforming aviation
  CSI is the head of the design control activity.
• Acceptance of minor nonconforming aviation CSI may be
  delegated as determined appropriate by the design control
  activity.
       NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CRITICAL
         SAFETY ITEMS (CSI) - PROPOSED RULE

• DFARS 246.371, Notification of potential safety issues
• Implements Section 8143, FY 2004 DoD Appropriations Act.
• Section 8143 requires DoD to examine standards and
  procedures to ensure timely notification to the Government
  and contractors regarding safety issues, including
  defective parts.
• Contains a new notification clause for use in contracts for--
   – replenishment parts identified as CSI;
   – systems and subsystems, assemblies, and subassemblies
     integral to a system; or
   – repair, maintenance, logistics support, or overhaul services for
     systems and subsystems, assemblies, and subassemblies
     integral to a system.
• Contractor required to provide written notification to the
  ACO and PCO within 72 hours.
• Contractor required to flow down clause to subcontracts.
       ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
           – EXCEPTION FOR DEFENSE ENERGY
              SUPPORT CENTER - FINAL RULE

• DFARS 242.202, Assignment of contract administration
• DFARS 242.202(a)(i) provides exceptions to the requirement
  that DoD activities shall not retain any contract for
  administration that requires performance of any contract
  administration function at or near contractor facilities.
• A MOA between Defense Contract Management Agency and
  Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) added DESC as an
  exemption so it can perform contract administration for all
  contracts it awards.
• This was done to eliminate duplication of effort in bulk fuel
  quality management.
            EVMS VALIDATION AND COMPLIANCE
                     REQUIREMENTS
              Proposed DFARS Case 2005-D006

• DoD is proposing to amend the Defense Federal
  Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to
  update requirements for DoD contractors to
  establish and maintain earned value management
  systems (EVMS).

• Proposed DFARS Case 2005-D006 anticipated the
  published FAR EVMS rule.

• Federal Register Publication on January 23, 2006.
                      DFARS TRANSFORMATION
                         Technology Cases


• Through DoD’s DFARS Transformation Effort, the
  following technology related cases were finalized:

   2003-D053 - Update of Clauses for Telecommunications Services

   2003-D054 - Update Information Technology (IT) Unique
     Procedures

   2003-D055 - Acquisitions of Telecommunications Services

   2003-D056 - Communications Service Authorizations
                         DFARS TRANSFORMATION
                           Implementation Cases


• Through DoD’s DFARS Transformation Effort, the
  following acquisition implementation related cases
  were finalized:

  2003-D024 -Part 243, Contract Modifications
  2003-D025 -Part 244, Subcontracting Policies and Procedures
  2003-D027 -Part 246, Quality Assurance
  2003-D045 - Part 251, Use of Government Sources by Contractors
  2003-D046 - Part 249, Termination of Contracts
  2003-D051 – Section 242.302, Revisions to List of Contract
               Administration Functions

  2003-D082 – Part 204, Uniform Contract Line Item Numbering

				
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