Government Contracts Reporter

Now you can research the full body of law and news relating to government contracts in a few clicks of the mouse. The CCH Government Contracts Reporter delivers unmatched electronic search capabilities to help you instantly pinpoint the information needed for your contract. You get full text of all pertinent federal government contracting laws and regulations, including the current Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and its supplements. Detailed, fully annotated explanations help you interpret these official documents, which reflect more than 35,000 decisions from various federal courts, administrative boards, and the Government Accountability Office.

Pertinent directives, regulations, their amendments, along with applicable statutes and executive orders, and the United States Code titles are also covered. Subscribe today to:

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PGI Coverage in DFARS

The Government Contracts Reporter contains the important changes to the DFARS called called "Procedures, Guidance and Information," or PGI. To find the PGI information menu, walk through Regulations - Agency FAR Supplements - Department of Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS).

The Department of Defense has been working on a transformation initiative to identify improvements and reductions to procurement policies, procedures and processes in the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).

The Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (DPAP) established a task force to consider changes and make proposal recommendations. The task force worked hand-in-hand with the Defense Acquisition Regulations System (DARS) to develop legislative proposals for consideration by Congress for future changes to the DFARS. DFARS implemented the Procedures, Guidance and Information (PGI), a companion resource to the DFARS.

PGI is a new Web-based tool to simply and rapidly access non-regulatory Department of Defense (DoD) procedures, and guidance and information relevant to FAR and DFARS topics. PGI is a companion resource containing mandatory and non-mandatory internal DoD procedures, non-mandatory guidance and supplemental information to be used at the discretion of the contracting officer. PGI will not contain policy or procedures that significantly affect the public and will not be published in the Federal Register or the Code of Federal Regulations.

The DFARS remains the source for regulation, implementation of laws as well as DoD-wide contracting policies, authorities and delegations. DFARS will answer the questions, "What is the policy?" and "What are the rules?" DFARS PGI will answer the questions, "How can I execute the policy?" and "Why does this policy exist?"

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  • CCH Annotated Explanations
  • Statutes including the Contract Disputes Act
  • United States Code Titles
  • Executive Orders
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  • 48 CFR FAR Supplements
  • Related Regulations
  • Policy, including OMB Circulars and OFFF Policy Letters
  • Contract Cases, Federal 1950-Current (Digests Only)
  • Board of Contract Appeals Decisions 1959-Current (Digests Only)
  • Comptroller General Decisions 1986-Current
  • Government Accountability Office
  • Defense Contract Audit Agency Contract Audit Manual
  • Current Topical Index
  • Covers all pertinent regulations, documents, directives, and their amendments relating to government procurement, including:

  • Applicable statutes, Executive Orders, and the United States Code titles
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), as well as the Department of Defense and major civilian agency supplements
  • Court, administrative board, and General Accounting Office decisions
  • Comptroller General bid protests
  • Major policy documents from government agencies
  • DCAA Contract Audit Manual
  • Government summaries of regulatory changes
  • Office of Management and Budget Circulars
  • Office of Federal Procurement Policy Letters
  • Department of Defense Directives and Memos
  • Miscellaneous government contracts documents
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    Convenient organization and powerful electronic tools let you search in a variety of ways - User-friendly organization and tools allow you to search for information electronically using a variety of different search criteria: browse the alphabetical topical index, or search by criterion using the exclusive CCH Government Contracts Researcher tool. The Researcher allows you to search by category using either official or CCH citations—a great convenience when you need to limit your research. If you're looking for a specific court or board decision, our case table compiles the complete litigation history of a contract dispute in one spot, with the ability to link to any of the decisions cited. Our search template also lets you limit your search to just court cases, board cases, or Comptroller General decisions, to better target your search.

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