PART 5242 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION AND AUDIT SERVICES
SUBPART 5242.1—CONTRACT AUDIT SERVICES
5242.191 Audit resolution and disposition.
(a) Resolution of findings/recommendations in reportable contract audit reports, other than pre-award audits, is required within six months of report issuance. When an audit’s findings/recommendations are resolved, they shall be supported, in the official contract file, by a negotiation memorandum, if applicable; a memorandum for the record; or other appropriate specific written documentation in the file. Disposition, including fund recovery actions, shall take place as soon as possible after resolution.
(b) HCAs are responsible for establishing procedures to accomplish resolution and disposition within the required times and to comply with the DOD Instruction 7640.02, Policy for Follow-Up on Contract Audit Reports. Semiannual (March 31 and September 30 of each year) reporting requirements shall be conducted through routine and timely entry of resolved, unresolved, dispositioned, or in litigation or investigation and document forward date within the CAFU DCMA eTools system at www.dcma.mil. DASN (AP) PABT is the DON liaison. DASN(AP) PA&BT is the DON liaison.
SUBPART 5242.6—CORPORATE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRACTING OFFICER
5242.602 Assignment and location.
(a) Submit recommendations for assignment of a corporate administrative contracting officer
(CACO) to DASN(AP) by email at RDAJ&As.firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “DFARS 242.602 - CACO Assignment Recommendation.”
SUBPART 5242.17 FORWARD PRICING RATE AGREEMENTS
5242.1790 Business base forecasting and evaluation.
HCAs shall submit the business base forecast and evaluations semiannually by February 7 and August 7, to improve DCMA’s ability to negotiate forward pricing in compliance with the Director, Defense Pricing memorandum “Improved Business Base Forecasting and Evaluation” dated September 14, 2012, via DASN(AP) by email at RDAJ&As.email@example.com with the subject “NMCARS 5242.1790 – DCMA Business Base Forecasting and Evaluation.”