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The Single Source Contract Regulations 2014

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 General

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Meaning of “defence purposes”

    4. 4.Meaning of “contract completion date”

    5. 5.Calculating the value of a contract

  3. PART 2 Qualifying defence contracts

    1. 6.Threshold value for qualifying defence contracts

    2. 7.Contracts that may not be qualifying defence contracts

    3. 8.Competitive process for single contracts

    4. 9.Competitive process for contracts made under a framework agreement

  4. PART 3 Pricing of contracts

    1. 10.Pricing of contracts

    2. 11.Steps in determining contract profit rate

    3. 12.Calculation of profit on cost once (“POCO”) adjustment

    4. 13.Rates agreed on a group basis

    5. 14.Re-determination of contract price

    6. 15.Target cost incentive fee (“TCIF”) adjustment

    7. 16.Procedure for determining final price adjustment

    8. 17.Calculation of final price adjustment

    9. 18.Determination of contract profit rate adjustments

    10. 19.Determination of allowable costs

  5. PART 4 Records

    1. 20.Duty to keep relevant records

    2. 21.Examination of relevant records

  6. PART 5 Reports on qualifying defence contracts

    1. 22.General requirements and interpretation

    2. 23.Contract pricing statement

    3. 24.Contract reporting plan

    4. 25.Contract notification report

    5. 26.Quarterly contract report

    6. 27.Interim contract report

    7. 28.Contract completion report

    8. 29.Contract costs statement

    9. 30.On-demand contract report

  7. PART 6 Reports on overheads and forward planning etc

    1. 31.Application of this Part

    2. 32.Interpretation

    3. 33.General requirements

    4. 34.Actual rates claim report

    5. 35.QBU actual cost analysis report

    6. 36.Estimated rates claim report

    7. 37.QBU estimated cost analysis report

    8. 38.Estimated rates agreement pricing statement

    9. 39.Rates comparison report

    10. 40.Strategic industry capacity report: general requirements

    11. 41.Strategic industry capacity report: corporate structure

    12. 42.Strategic industry capacity report: activities, people and infrastructure

    13. 43.Strategic industry capacity report: forecast costs of maintaining industrial capacity

    14. 44.Strategic industry capacity report: capacity and supply chain

    15. 45.Small or medium enterprises (“SME”) report

  8. PART 7 Records and reports: restrictions

    1. 46.Disapplication of requirements to give information

    2. 47.Reference to SSRO to investigate obligation of confidentiality

  9. PART 8 Compliance

    1. 48.Contraventions of section 31

    2. 49.Time limits for compliance notices and penalty notices

    3. 50.Maximum penalties

  10. PART 9 SSRO: opinions and determinations

    1. 51.Matters on which the SSRO must give an opinion

    2. 52.Matters in relation to which the SSRO must make a determination

    3. 53.Time limits for applications for opinions

    4. 54.Matters to which the SSRO must have regard in making determinations

    5. 55.References in relation to contracts entered into before the relevant date

  11. PART 10 Restrictions on disclosing information

    1. 56.Information specified for the purposes of paragraph 1(1)(c) of Schedule 5

  12. PART 11 Qualifying sub-contracts

    1. 57.Interpretation

    2. 58.Requirements for qualifying sub-contracts

    3. 59.Competitive process for single sub-contracts

    4. 60.Competitive process for sub-contracts made under a framework agreement

    5. 61.Assessing whether a contract would be a qualifying sub-contract

    6. 62.Appeal against assessment

    7. 63.Cessation of application to qualifying sub-contracts

    8. 64.Modifications of Part 2 of the Act

    9. 65.Modifications of these Regulations

    10. 66.Price adjustments for qualifying sub-contracts

  13. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Re-determination of contract price

      1. PART 1 Introductory

        1. 1.Application of Schedule

        2. 2.Interpretation

      2. PART 2 Single pricing amendment to a qualifying defence contract

        1. 3.Application of Part 2

        2. Change of regulated pricing method

          1. 4.Amendment of the regulated pricing method used for a qualifying defence contract

          2. 5.Amendment of a regulated pricing method used for a defined component of a contract

        3. Change to an element of allowable costs

          1. 6.Amendment affecting a defined element of allowable costs

        4. Change to a contractual requirement

          1. 7.Change to a contractual requirement: contract or defined component not using cost-plus method

          2. 8.Change to a contractual requirement: contract or defined component which uses cost-plus method – distinguishable costs

          3. 9.Change to a contractual requirement: contract or defined component which uses cost-plus method – costs not distinguishable

        5. Other amendments

          1. 10.Other amendments

      3. PART 3 Multiple pricing amendments to a qualifying defence contract

        1. 11.Scope of Part 3

        2. 12.Re-determination of the contract price

  14. Explanatory Note

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