Is there a limit on how many DIDs we can put in one CDRL. Each DID will require a report under the same CDRL Title.
This response is based on the information provided. We suggest you discuss with your contracting team, program manager and/or legal department as appropriate.
The Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) DD Form 1423 is a list of authorized data requirements for a specific procurement that forms part of a contract. For each specific deliverable report you require, you determine the applicable the Data Item Description (DID) and complete a DD Form 1423. The first one on the list would be A001 and so on. The collection of DD Forms 1423 create the CDRL, which would likely be Exhibit A. If you have options on your contract, you would create another exhibit starting with B001.
Data Item Description (DID)
A DID is a completed document that defines the data required of a contractor and is included in a CDRL. The document specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use. There are standard DIDs for all topics that can be found in the ASSIST Database by entering their 5-digit DID number or searching for them by inputting “DI” into ASSIST – Quick Search.