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DFARS 252.234-7004 Cost and Software Data Reporting System Basic (Nov 2014)

As prescribed in 234.7101(b) and (b)(1), use the basic or the alternate of the clause at 252.234-7004, Cost and Software Data Reporting System, in solicitations that include major defense acquisition programs or major automated information system programs as follows: (1) Use the basic clause in solicitations and contracts for major defense acquisition programs or major automated information system programs that exceed $50 million. (2) Use the alternate I clause in solicitations and contracts for major defense acquisition programs or major automated information system programs with a value equal to or greater than $20 million, but less than or equal to $50 million, when so directed by the program manager with the approval of the OSD Deputy Director, Cost Assessment.

COST AND SOFTWARE DATA REPORTING SYSTEM—BASIC (NOV 2014)

      (a)  In the performance of this contract, the Contractor shall use—

              (1)  A documented standard cost and software data reporting (CSDR) process that satisfies the guidelines contained in the DoD 5000.04–M–1, CSDR Manual;

              (2)  Management procedures that provide for generation of timely and reliable information for the contractor cost data reports (CCDRs) and software resources data reports (SRDRs) required by the CCDR and SRDR data items of this contract; and

              (3)  The Government-approved CSDR plan for this contract, DD Form 2794, and the related Resource Distribution Table as the basis for reporting in accordance with the required CSDR data item descriptions (DIDs).

      (b)  The Contractor shall require CSDR reporting from subcontractors at any tier with a subcontract that exceeds $50 million.  If, for subcontracts that exceed $50 million, the Contractor changes subcontractors or makes new subcontract awards, the Contractor shall notify the Government. 

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NONE, but b) the Contractor shall require CSDR reporting from subcontractors at any tier with a subcontract that exceeds $50 million. If, for subcontracts that exceed $50 million, the Contractor changes subcontractors or makes new subcontract awards, the Contractor shall notify the Government.

Prime’s obligation;
(Applies for major defense acquisition programs or major automated information system program.);

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