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Clause Organization

FAR and Agency Supplements

How FAR clauses and provisions are organized by agencies.

New or Updated FAR Clauses (current year)

Count of FAR clauses and provisions that have been added or updated this year.

FAR Clauses by Uniform Contract Format (UCF)

How the current FAR clauses and provisions are organized by Universal Contract Format.

Risk Profile

FAR Risk Profile

How FAR clauses and provisions are organized by risk factors you may be interested in.

Inspection
Warranty
Liquidated Damages
Liability
Indemnity
Limitation of Liability
Hazardous Materials
Deployment
Insurance
Bonds
Taxes
OCI
Intellectual Proerty
Service Contract Act
Foreign Matters
Small Business Req.
Cost/Pricing Data
Government Furnished Property
Waiver
Cybersecurity
Penalty
Cost Accouning Standards
Disclosure
Deliveries
Security
Key Personnel
Export Control
Withholdings
Earned Value Management
Termination
Price Adjustment
Changes

Reporting Requirements

FAR Certifications and Reporting Requirements

Certification means that a clause has certain certification requirement. Reporting means that a clause has periodic reporting requirements. Notification means that a clause has some event-based notification requirement. Proposal instruction means that a clause contains certain information that you should account for when developing your proposal.

Certification
Reporting
Notification
Proposal Instructions

Subcontractor Flow downs

FAR Clauses Not Applicable to Subcontracts

FAR clauses and provisions we don't recommend flowing down to subcontracts.

FAR Clauses Conflicting General T&C

FAR clauses and provisions that may conflict with the general terms of your subcontract.

FAR Mandatory Flow Down Clauses

What are the FAR mandatory flow down clauses?

FAR Commercial Flow Down Clauses

What FAR clauses and provisions are approved to flow down to commercial item or services contracts?