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This community is designed to present relevant and timely post-award contract administration information for the DCMA workforce, as well as other acquisition fields interested in post-award contracting and pricing. 

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two men shaking hands in office setting with contract on the desk Contract Administration 

 

This page is dedicated to the various topics associated with Post Award Contract Administration. Once fully operational, there will be topic areas (clickable "tiles" like those shown above) for all of the major categories of Contract Administration:  Contract Closeout, Quick Closeout, Canceling Funds, Payments and Financing, Contractor Business Systems. and many others. As noted on the main page, the only tiles available now are those for Contract Closeout and Quick Closeout, as these are the areas with content available for COP users. As the CCM and DCMA create and add content, the future tiles will be made available and function in the same manner as those shown above.

Contract Closeout and Quick Closeout. The learning assets inside those tiles were built using the Performance Learning methodology.  Instead of being a traditional "course" it is collection of resources designed to be available to you at the moment you need them.  These resources consist of videos, job aids, info-graphics, etc., that show you how to execute a particular task associated with Contract Closeout or Quick Closeout  This is similar to how one would use internet tools to find videos and other resources to assist in performing an immediate task.  The structure of all Contract Closeout  and Quick Closeout (as well as all future Performance Learning assets on this Community) consists of three standard components; videos, job aids, and policy.  The intent is to have any job aid or policy associated with Contract Closeout readily available here.  So, as you use the Contract Closeout Performance Learning Suite, if tools or resources mentioned in the videos cannot be found under job aids or in the documents tab, or if you do not see a resource that should be present, please let one of the community managers know and we will correct that as soon as possible.  The videos provided are stand alone.  They may be viewed individually or in order as often as necessary to assist you in your Contract Closeout duties. 

Plant Clearance
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Plant Clearance

A Plant Clearance Officer is the authorized representative of the contracting officer, responsible for screening, redistributing, and disposing of contractor inventory excess to government contracts.​

Initial Actions   Category 1 Reviewing the Received Inventory Disposal Schedule   Category 2 Screener Rules   Category 3 Withdrawing Excess Government Property from an Inventory Disposal Schedule   Category 4 Establish a Plant Clearance Case   Category 5 Inventory Verification Risk Rating   Category 6 Determining Inventory Verification Requirements   Category 7 Completing Inventory Verification   Category 8 Allocability Review      Category 9 Screening through GSA   Category 10 Reviewing of Reutilization Request   Category 11 Donation and Disposal of Government Property   Category 12 Authorize an Informal, Formal, or Negotiated Sale - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 13 Crediting Proceeds from a Sale Process   Category 14 Documentation Required for Sale of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Disposal   Category 15 Scrap - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 16 Selling Scrap and Crediting Proceeds - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 17 Identifying Government Property that Requires Special Handling   Category 18 Disposing of Government Property that Requires Special Handling - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 19 Demilitarization of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 20 Determine the Criteria for Abandonment or Destruction of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.      Category 21 Closing a Plant Clearance Case   Category 22 Evaluating Contractor Property Disposal Procedure   Category 23 Auditing Contractor Property Disposal Procedure   Category 24 Communicating with Property Administrator

 

Category 1. Reviewing the Received Inventory Disposal Schedule


The purpose of the checklist is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The information on an inventory disposal schedule is not only needed to determine disposal authority, but also for inventory tracking purposes.

The purpose of this worksheet is to identify key parts of an inventory disposal schedule that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance/rejection of submitted inventory disposal schedules. The basic information about the contract is required to establish authority for disposal. There should be enough information provided in the property line details to identify the property and facilitate appropriate disposal.

The purpose of the checklist is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The contract information being provided on the inventory schedule is needed to determine who has the disposal authority and for inventory tracking purposes.

The purpose of this worksheet is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The contract information being provided on the inventory schedule is needed to determine who has the disposal authority and for inventory tracking purposes.

 

Category 2. Screener Rules

This Job Aid was designed to provide PLCOs with a worksheet that includes a comprehensive list of all screener rules and the corresponding information about when to apply a specific screener rule to an accepted Inventory Disposal Schedule (IDS). Using the worksheet as a quick reference guide can be helpful when applying screener rules to an accepted IDS.

 

Category 3. Withdrawing Excess Government Property from an Inventory Disposal Schedule


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs understand the criteria needed to approve or reject withdrawal requests. The worksheet includes a listing of common withdrawal criteria, associated examples, and the actions that should be taken for each one. This worksheet can be used to assist you to handle withdrawal requests correctly.

 

Category 4. Establish a Plant Clearance Case


This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The worksheet includes a listing of questions and answers that you might ask while creating a case file.

This job aid checklist was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The checklist includes a listing of all actions needed to establish a plant clearance case.

This job aid was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The infographics display the considerations and steps for establishing a plant clearance case file and can be used in conjunction with the Establish a Plant Clearance Case Checklist.


 

Category 5. Inventory Verification Risk Rating


This blank form was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid infographic was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Risk Assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

 

Category 6. Determining Inventory Verification Requirements


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs determine the need for inventory verification of the property on a plant clearance case. The worksheet includes a listing of common inventory verification requirement criteria and associated examples. This worksheet can be used to assist you with ensuring inventory verification are conducted or requested appropriately.

 

Category 7. Completing Inventory Verification


This blank form was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey. This worksheet provides a sample completed IVS form and provides examples of what is filled out and when.

Welcome to the lesson Completing an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS) lesson. This lesson will provide you with information on the following:
  • When to complete the IVS
  • How to complete the IVS

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs identify the situations where they need to request other Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) technical personnel or personnel from other Government agencies to complete an IVS. The worksheet includes a list of criteria to determine additional support and actions to take.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS). The IVS form includes four sections: Section 1 – General, Section 2- Technical Verification, Section 3 – Termination Inventory, and Remarks and Signature section. This worksheet explains how to complete the IVS form and provides the checkpoints when answering Section 2 – Technical Verification.

This job aid infographic was designed to help Plant Clearance Officers (PLCOs) complete an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS). The IVS form includes four sections: Section 1 – General, Section 2- Technical Verification, Section 3 – Termination Inventory, and Remarks and Signature section.

 

Category 8. Allocability Review


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs understand the allocability review process and perform that process using Section 3 of the IVS form, SF1423. This worksheet explains how to complete Section III- Termination Inventory/Allocability Review on the IVS form.

This job aid infographic was designed to help PLCOs understand the allocability review process.

 

Category 9. Screening through GSA

This job aid infographic was designed to assist PLCOs with maintaining points of contact who are personnel at buying commands, inventory control points, GSA, and other potential users of contractor inventory to ensure maximum reutilization of Government property. Maintaining these points of contact helps to ensure that reutilization through screening takes place.

This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with maintaining points of contact who are personnel at buying commands, inventory control points, GSA, and other potential users of contractor inventory to ensure maximum reutilization of Government property. Maintaining these points of contact helps to ensure that reutilization through screening takes place. The worksheet includes a listing of all actions needed to successfully reutilize through GSA screening.

 

Category 10. Reviewing of Reutilization Request


This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with guidance and a decision tree when making certain determinations within the course of approving or rejecting a Reutilization Request.

This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with multiple examples of approved and rejected requests to aid in the decision-making process o
CMC251 LPSR 20-6 Process to Abandon or Destroy Non-Reutilized Surplus Contract GovProp Infographic Verification Review
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This job aid infographic was designed to help PLCOs perform the steps in the process to abandon or destroy non-reutilized, surplus contract Government property.

CMC251 LPSR 20-6 Process to Abandon or Destroy Non-Reutilized Surplus Contract GovProp Infographic_Verification Review.pdf
CMC251 LPSR 15-3 Scrap Procedure Worksheet Verification Review 4
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This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs understand the scrap procedures for surplus contract Government property items and how to process an inventory disposal schedule with different types of items that may be scrapped.

CMC251 LPSR 15-3 Scrap Procedure Worksheet_Verification Review 4.pdf

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Contract Administration

 

two men shaking hands in office setting with contract on the desk Contract Administration 

 

This page is dedicated to the various topics associated with Post Award Contract Administration. Once fully operational, there will be topic areas (clickable "tiles" like those shown above) for all of the major categories of Contract Administration:  Contract Closeout, Quick Closeout, Canceling Funds, Payments and Financing, Contractor Business Systems. and many others. As noted on the main page, the only tiles available now are those for Contract Closeout and Quick Closeout, as these are the areas with content available for COP users. As the CCM and DCMA create and add content, the future tiles will be made available and function in the same manner as those shown above.

Contract Closeout and Quick Closeout. The learning assets inside those tiles were built using the Performance Learning methodology.  Instead of being a traditional "course" it is collection of resources designed to be available to you at the moment you need them.  These resources consist of videos, job aids, info-graphics, etc., that show you how to execute a particular task associated with Contract Closeout or Quick Closeout  This is similar to how one would use internet tools to find videos and other resources to assist in performing an immediate task.  The structure of all Contract Closeout  and Quick Closeout (as well as all future Performance Learning assets on this Community) consists of three standard components; videos, job aids, and policy.  The intent is to have any job aid or policy associated with Contract Closeout readily available here.  So, as you use the Contract Closeout Performance Learning Suite, if tools or resources mentioned in the videos cannot be found under job aids or in the documents tab, or if you do not see a resource that should be present, please let one of the community managers know and we will correct that as soon as possible.  The videos provided are stand alone.  They may be viewed individually or in order as often as necessary to assist you in your Contract Closeout duties. 

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Plant Clearance

Plant Clearance

A Plant Clearance Officer is the authorized representative of the contracting officer, responsible for screening, redistributing, and disposing of contractor inventory excess to government contracts.​

Initial Actions   Category 1 Reviewing the Received Inventory Disposal Schedule   Category 2 Screener Rules   Category 3 Withdrawing Excess Government Property from an Inventory Disposal Schedule   Category 4 Establish a Plant Clearance Case   Category 5 Inventory Verification Risk Rating   Category 6 Determining Inventory Verification Requirements   Category 7 Completing Inventory Verification   Category 8 Allocability Review      Category 9 Screening through GSA   Category 10 Reviewing of Reutilization Request   Category 11 Donation and Disposal of Government Property   Category 12 Authorize an Informal, Formal, or Negotiated Sale - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 13 Crediting Proceeds from a Sale Process   Category 14 Documentation Required for Sale of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Disposal   Category 15 Scrap - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 16 Selling Scrap and Crediting Proceeds - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 17 Identifying Government Property that Requires Special Handling   Category 18 Disposing of Government Property that Requires Special Handling - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 19 Demilitarization of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.   Category 20 Determine the Criteria for Abandonment or Destruction of Government Property - Please also reference category item 11.3 for sending instructions.      Category 21 Closing a Plant Clearance Case   Category 22 Evaluating Contractor Property Disposal Procedure   Category 23 Auditing Contractor Property Disposal Procedure   Category 24 Communicating with Property Administrator

 

Category 1. Reviewing the Received Inventory Disposal Schedule


The purpose of the checklist is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The information on an inventory disposal schedule is not only needed to determine disposal authority, but also for inventory tracking purposes.

The purpose of this worksheet is to identify key parts of an inventory disposal schedule that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance/rejection of submitted inventory disposal schedules. The basic information about the contract is required to establish authority for disposal. There should be enough information provided in the property line details to identify the property and facilitate appropriate disposal.

The purpose of the checklist is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The contract information being provided on the inventory schedule is needed to determine who has the disposal authority and for inventory tracking purposes.

The purpose of this worksheet is to identify key parts of a contract that are needed in order to determine requirements for acceptance of submitted inventory disposal schedules accurately. The contract information being provided on the inventory schedule is needed to determine who has the disposal authority and for inventory tracking purposes.

 

Category 2. Screener Rules

This Job Aid was designed to provide PLCOs with a worksheet that includes a comprehensive list of all screener rules and the corresponding information about when to apply a specific screener rule to an accepted Inventory Disposal Schedule (IDS). Using the worksheet as a quick reference guide can be helpful when applying screener rules to an accepted IDS.

 

Category 3. Withdrawing Excess Government Property from an Inventory Disposal Schedule


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs understand the criteria needed to approve or reject withdrawal requests. The worksheet includes a listing of common withdrawal criteria, associated examples, and the actions that should be taken for each one. This worksheet can be used to assist you to handle withdrawal requests correctly.

 

Category 4. Establish a Plant Clearance Case


This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The worksheet includes a listing of questions and answers that you might ask while creating a case file.

This job aid checklist was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The checklist includes a listing of all actions needed to establish a plant clearance case.

This job aid was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The infographics display the considerations and steps for establishing a plant clearance case file and can be used in conjunction with the Establish a Plant Clearance Case Checklist.


 

Category 5. Inventory Verification Risk Rating


This blank form was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid infographic was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Risk Assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an inventory verification risk assessment needed to determine whether a plant clearance case requires an inventory verification.

 

Category 6. Determining Inventory Verification Requirements


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs determine the need for inventory verification of the property on a plant clearance case. The worksheet includes a listing of common inventory verification requirement criteria and associated examples. This worksheet can be used to assist you with ensuring inventory verification are conducted or requested appropriately.

 

Category 7. Completing Inventory Verification


This blank form was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey. This worksheet provides a sample completed IVS form and provides examples of what is filled out and when.

Welcome to the lesson Completing an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS) lesson. This lesson will provide you with information on the following:
  • When to complete the IVS
  • How to complete the IVS

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs identify the situations where they need to request other Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) technical personnel or personnel from other Government agencies to complete an IVS. The worksheet includes a list of criteria to determine additional support and actions to take.

This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs complete an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS). The IVS form includes four sections: Section 1 – General, Section 2- Technical Verification, Section 3 – Termination Inventory, and Remarks and Signature section. This worksheet explains how to complete the IVS form and provides the checkpoints when answering Section 2 – Technical Verification.

This job aid infographic was designed to help Plant Clearance Officers (PLCOs) complete an Inventory Verification Survey (IVS). The IVS form includes four sections: Section 1 – General, Section 2- Technical Verification, Section 3 – Termination Inventory, and Remarks and Signature section.

 

Category 8. Allocability Review


This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs understand the allocability review process and perform that process using Section 3 of the IVS form, SF1423. This worksheet explains how to complete Section III- Termination Inventory/Allocability Review on the IVS form.

This job aid infographic was designed to help PLCOs understand the allocability review process.

 

Category 9. Screening through GSA

This job aid infographic was designed to assist PLCOs with maintaining points of contact who are personnel at buying commands, inventory control points, GSA, and other potential users of contractor inventory to ensure maximum reutilization of Government property. Maintaining these points of contact helps to ensure that reutilization through screening takes place.

This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with maintaining points of contact who are personnel at buying commands, inventory control points, GSA, and other potential users of contractor inventory to ensure maximum reutilization of Government property. Maintaining these points of contact helps to ensure that reutilization through screening takes place. The worksheet includes a listing of all actions needed to successfully reutilize through GSA screening.

 

Category 10. Reviewing of Reutilization Request


This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with guidance and a decision tree when making certain determinations within the course of approving or rejecting a Reutilization Request.

This job aid worksheet was designed to assist PLCOs with multiple examples of approved and rejected requests to aid in the decision-making process o
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Articles

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Periodically, acquisition makes the news!  If you see an article or find a recent opinion from the ASBCA, GSA, or COFC that would be of interest to our community here is where it can be shared.     


Please browse the resources below and use the discussion board for this topic to ask questions and collaborate with other members of the community. Be sure to choose "Articles and Case Studies" from the Category drop-down menu of the question submission form.

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Quick Closeout

man looking at a document in an office settingQuick Closeout (QCO)

Quick Closeout is a sub-component of Contract Closeout.  It is a Performance Learning suite of assets that will assist ACOs in performing quick closeout of contracts using the procedures established herein.  Below you will see that there are 7 steps to QCO.  There are not 7 videos (IE., one for each step).  A few of the steps, although important, do not have enough content to support a separate video.  See the video description to the left of the diagram below for a breakdown of topics covered in each video.  

Videos: [scroll down to view videos
  • QCO Introduction
  • Introduction and Authority
  • Identify Candidates [covers Step 1]
  • Risk Assessment [covers Steps 2-4]
  • Determine Final Rates [covers Step 5]
  • Documentation [covers Steps 6-7]


7-Step QCO Process

 

A synopsis of each video follows:

Overview - introduces the concept of quick closeout, its purpose and benefits.

Introduction and Authority - Provides the regulation, policies and waiver authority for using QCO including low risk QCO.  

Identify Candidates - is step 1 in the QCO process and provides the FAR methodology for identifying viable candidates for QCO and then applies the Deviation to the pool of candidates to come up with a final pool of candidates for QCO.

Risk Assessment - This video covers steps 2, 3 and 4 of the QCO process using the risk assessment as the tool to accomplish the steps.  Criteria for assessing risk are addressed such as the status of business systems; CAS Non-Compliance; pending contractor mergers or reorganizations that would impact rates; litigation, bankruptcy or financial difficulties; and DACO or CACO Concerns.  

Establishing Final Rates for QCO - is step 5 of the QCO process.  Learn how to establish rates; learn the decrement factor method and the decrement percent method; learn how to draft a pre-negotiation objective memorandum (PNOM); and how to draft a price negotiation memorandum.  Learn how to provide proper written notice to the contractor regarding the negotiation of quick closeout rates.  Learn when to and how to utilize low risk QCO procedures in accordance with DCMA Memo 18-097 dated 4/13/18.  

Documentation - This video coveres steps 6 and 7 of the QCO process.  Learn how to draft a Price Negotiation Memorandum (PNM); Learn how to draft and execute a QCO Agreement;  Learn how to ensure the receipt of the final voucher and the proper processing of the final voucher. 

 

Please browse the resources below and use the discussion board for this topic to ask questions and collaborate with other members of the community. Be sure to choose "Quick Closeout" from the Category drop-down menu of the question submission form.


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Contract Closeout

two men shaking hands in office setting with contract on the deskContract Closeout 

 

The learning assets on this page for Contract Closeout, were built using the Performance Learning methodology.  Instead of being a traditional "course" they are a collection of resources designed to be available to you at the moment you need them.  These resources consist of videos, job aids, info-graphics, etc., that show you how to execute a particular task associated with Contract Closeout.  This is similar to how one would use internet tools to find videos and other resources to assist in performing an immediate task.  The structure of "Contract Closeout" (as well as all Performance Learning assets on this Community) consists of three standard components; videos, job aids, and policy.  The intent is to have any job aid or policy associated with Contract Closeout readily available here.  So, as you use the Contract Closeout Performance Learning Suite, if tools or resources mentioned in the videos cannot be found under job aids or in the documents tab, or if you do not see a resource that should be present, please let one of the community managers know and we will correct that as soon as possible.  The videos provided are stand alone.  They may be viewed individually or in order as often as necessary to assist you in your Contract Closeout duties.  One final note.  You will also see a Tile on this Community labeled Quick Closeout.  Quick Closeout is a sub-component of Contract Closeout, but due to its importance, it is given its own place on the Community.

Please browse the resources below and use the discussion board for this topic to ask questions and collaborate with other members of the community. Be sure to choose "Contract Closeout" from the Category drop-down menu of the question submission form.

NOTE:  The "documents" section contains policy related information, the "job-aid" section contains PDF, non-interactive materials, and, the "tools" section contains interactive job-aids/tools that require user inputs for each unique situation. Selecting a "tool" will take you to the DAU Tools page where you can launch the interactive tool with one click.

The job aids shown below are titled/organized as follows:

01XX:  Closeout actions related to financial actions necessary for closeout

02XX:  Closeout actions where the Contractor failed to perform some action, where the ACO/CA needs to take additional steps

03XX:  Closeout actions where the Contractor is no longer a going concern

04XX:  Additional miscellaneous closeout topics not falling into one of the sections shown above

The tools (interactive) are labeled according to their function and should be self-explanatory.

The videos shown below are for various topics within contract closeout and are also labeled according to their functions/applications. These can be viewed as an entire group, or as needed based on ACO/CA need. For a complete video name and application, place cursor over video title and complete title should be viewable.

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Contract Administration and Pricing Community Homepage

Welcome to the College of Contract Management's (CCM) Post-Award Contract Management community

This community is designed to present relevant and timely post-award contract administration information for the DCMA workforce, as well as other acquisition fields interested in post award contracting and pricing. This community is organized according to the general topic areas of Post Award Contracting and is arranged in a hierarchical manner. The first page (where you are now) is the general landing page for Post Award Contracting. On this page you will note that there are several tiles which represent the main areas of Post Award Contracting: Contract Administration, Cost and Pricing, Terminations, Plant Clearance and Property Administration. (Note:  Only Contract Administration and Plant Clearance are visible now, as these are the only areas with current content.)

Selecting Contract Administration will take you to the Contract Administration sub-page where you will find headings for:  Contract Closeout and Quick Closeout. Eventually Contract Administration will have numerous other sub-pages dedicated to Payments and Financing, Canceling Funds, Contractor Business Systems (CBS), and others.

In a similar manner, each of the other main page tabs (Cost and Pricing, Terminations, Property Administration, and Plant Clearance) will also have information related to the main category. For example, the current plan is to locate topics such as Indirect Rates (which will include Forward Pricing Rates, Final Indirect Rates, and Billing Rates), Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), and Cost Monitoring within the Cost and Pricing main tab. (Again, not yet visible.)

Note:  In the section labeled "Frequently Needed" on the right hand side of this page, there is a "How-to" video that will instruct users on the functions and capabilities of the CCM COP.

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Documents / Contract Administration and Pricing

CMC251 LPSR 21-3 Submit a Plant Clearance Case File for Disposal of Excess and Surplus Contract GovProp Worksheet Verification Review
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This worksheet provides a sample of a completed IDR designed to assist PLCOs to complete their own IDR with the required documentation (see figures 1-2). This worksheet should be used in conjunction with the Submit a Plant Clearance Case File for Disposal of Excess and Surplus Government Property checklist.

CMC251 LPSR 15-6 Example Documentation Required for Disposal Action When Downgrading Worksheet Verification Review
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This job aid worksheet was designed to provide PLCOs with the documentation required for disposal action of surplus Government property items.

CMC251 LPSR 11-2 Request to Donate Excess Contract Government Property Checklist Verification Review 2
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This job aid worksheet was designed to help PLCOs identify the requirements that must be met to approve a request to donate excess/surplus contract government property. This worksheet includes a list of eligibility requirements of property for donation and an organization that qualifies as donees.

CMC251 LPSR 4-4 Establishing a Plant Clearance Case Process Infographic Verification Review 3
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This job aid was designed to assist PLCOs with establishing a plant clearance case file using an automated system, such as PCARSS. The infographics display the considerations and steps for establishing a plant clearance case file and can be used in conjunction with the Establish a Plant Clearance Case Checklist.

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Job Aid to assist ACO/CA on flexibly priced contracts and final vouchers when files are lost or destroyed

Lockheed Martin ASBCA Court Opinion
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The actual opinion without commentary. Opinion with commentary from Cibinik: http://www.wifcon.com/analy/thefardoesithave.pdf

CMC251 LPSR 21-2 Submit a Plant Clearance Case File for Disposal of Excess and Surplus Contract GovProp Checklist Verification Review 2
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This Checklist provides examples of what should be included when completing an IDR. It is designed to assist PLCOs to complete their own IDR. This checklist should be used in conjunction with the Submit a Plant Clearance Case File for Disposal of Excess and Surplus Government Property worksheet.

CMC251 LPSR 15-5 Examples of Surplus Contract Government Property Items to Scrap Worksheet Verification Review 2
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This job aid worksheet was designed to provide PLCOs with examples of surplus Government property items that can be scrapped and the justification as to why will assist the PLCO with determining if surplus Government property items that can be scrapped.

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