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Title 48Chapter 4Subchapter EPart 430 → Subpart 430.2


Title 48: Federal Acquisition Regulations System
PART 430—COST ACCOUNTING STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION


Subpart 430.2—CAS Program Requirements


Contents
430.201   Contract requirements.
430.201-5   Waiver.
430.202   Disclosure requirements.
430.202-2   Impracticality of submission.
430.202-8   Subcontractor Disclosure Statements.

430.201   Contract requirements.

430.201-5   Waiver.

The Senior Procurement Executive (SPE), without the authority to further redelegate, is authorized to request the Cost Accounting Standards Board to waive the application of the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS). Contracting officers shall prepare waiver requests in accordance with 48 CFR chapter 99 (Appendix B, FAR loose-leaf edition), subsection 9903.201-5, and submit them to the SPE through the head of the contracting activity (HCA).

430.202   Disclosure requirements.

430.202-2   Impracticality of submission.

(a) The Secretary, without the power to delegate, is authorized to determine, in accordance with FAR part 99 (Appendix B), subsection 9903.202-2, that the Disclosure Statement is impractical to secure and to authorize award without obtaining the Disclosure Statement.

(b) The request for this determination is to be prepared in accordance with FAR part 99 (Appendix B), subsection 9903.202-2 and is to contain the proposed report to the CASB.

(c) Requests for a determination under paragraph (a) of this section shall be prepared by the contracting officer and submitted through the HCA to the SPE for concurrence and submittal to the Secretary.

430.202-8   Subcontractor Disclosure Statements.

(a) The Secretary, without the power to redelegate, is authorized to determine that the Disclosure Statement for a subcontractor is impractical to secure and to authorize award without obtaining the Disclosure Statement.

(b) Requests for this determination are to be prepared and forwarded as described in 430.202-2.

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