Tag Archives: Defense Acquisition Regulations System

GAO: DoD Must Bolster Stakeholder Coordination on Procurement Reforms

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The Government Accountability Office has assessed the Department of Defense’s procurement reforms, and found that the Pentagon is working to implement 180 of these reforms since 2010. DoD, on average, takes about a year to implement a procurement reform, but spends more than two years to apply some provisions, GAO said Thursday

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DoD Proposes New Rule on Performance-Based Contract Payments

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The Department of Defense has proposed a new rule to address the use of performance-based payments in contracts, Federal News Network reported Tuesday. According to the report, the proposed rule would subject all fixed-price contracts to performance-based payments to help companies manage their cash flow and reduce compliance and oversight costs.

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DoD to Hold Meeting About Performance-Based & Progress Payments

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The Defense Department's Defense Acquisition Regulations System plans to host a public meeting on Friday to gather feedback from government and industry professionals regarding proposed revisions to policies for issuing performance-based contract payments.

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DoD Proposes Rule on Cost, Records Examination Requirements Exceptions for Small Biz Contracts

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The Defense Department has proposed a rule that seeks to exclude contracts, subcontracts and contract modifications worth below $7.5 million that were awarded to small businesses or nonconventional contractors from pricing data, records examination and cost requirements. DoD said in a Federal Register notice published Tuesday the proposed regulation would amend the …

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