Presentation on theme: "CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION (CAGE CODES) DFARS Case 2003-D040 DFARS Parts 204, 212, 213 and 252 are amended to remove policy on Central Contractor."— Presentation transcript:
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