(Added July 9, 2021)
This subpart prescribes the requirement to report certain contracted services in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2330a.
As used in this subpart—
“First-tier subcontract” means a subcontract awarded directly by the contractor for the purpose of acquiring services for performance of a prime contract. It does not include the contractor’s supplier agreements with vendors, such as long-term arrangements for materials or supplies or services that benefit multiple contracts and/or the costs of which are normally applied to a contractor’s general and administrative expenses or indirect costs.
204.1703 Reporting requirements.
(a) Thresholds. Service contractor reporting of information is required in the System for Award Management (SAM) when a contract or order—
(i) Has a total estimated value, including options, that exceeds $3 million; and
(A) Logistics management services.
(B) Equipment-related services.
(C) Knowledge-based services.
(D) Electronics and communications services.
(b) Agency reporting responsibilities. In the event the agency believes that revisions to the contractor-reported information are warranted, the agency shall notify the contractor.
(S-70) Contractor reporting.
(1) The basic and the alternate of the clause at 252.204-7023, Reporting Requirements for Contracted Services, require contractors to report annually, by October 31, on the services performed under the contract or order, including any first-tier subcontracts, during the preceding Government fiscal year.
(2) For indefinite-delivery contracts, basic ordering agreements, and blanket purchase agreements—
(i) Contractor reporting is required for each order issued under the contract or agreement that meets the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section; and
(ii) Service contract reporting is not required for the basic contract or agreement.
204.1705 Contract clauses.
(a)(i) Use the basic or the alternate of the clause at 252.204-7023, Reporting Requirements for Contracted Services, in solicitations, contracts, agreements, and orders, including solicitations and contracts using FAR part 12 procedures for the acquisition of commercial items, that—
(A) Have a total estimated value, including options, that exceeds $3 million; and
(B) Are for services in the following service acquisition portfolio groups:
(1) Logistics management services.
(2) Equipment-related services.
(3) Knowledge-based services.
(4) Electronics and communications services.
(ii) Use the basic clause in solicitations and contracts, except solicitations and resultant awards of indefinite-delivery contracts, and orders placed under non-DoD contracts that meet the criteria in paragraph (a)(i) of this section.
(iii) Use the alternate I clause in solicitations and resultant awards of indefinite-delivery contracts, basic ordering agreements, and blanket purchase agreements, when one or more of the orders under the contract or agreement are expected to meet the criteria in paragraph (a)(i) of this section.