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Active Contracts Report Codes Guide and Data Definition

Procurement Status:

Type of Effort -

Indicates in general the type of product or service being provided under the contract.

ADP includes services, equipment and supplies

Architect/Engineering services

Construction including building and non-building structures

Equipment not including ADP equipment

Advisory & Assistance includes management consultant services, services and technical services

Janitorial/Maintenance for contracts in which one-year funds must be renewed

Research & Development

Services for contracts which contain the Service Contract Act of 1965

Other Technical Services not covered in other effort types

Cost Principle

Refers to cost and payment principles and is determined by the degree of risk in contract performance.

Code Meaning

CR - Cost Reimbursable

CPFF - Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee

FP - Fixed Price (and Fixed Price Indefinite Quantity)

FPR - Fixed Price Redetermination

FPE - Fixed Price with Economic Price Adjustment

TM - Time and Materials (and Fixed Rate Indefinite Quantity)

LH - Labor Hour

CS - Cost Sharing

CPAF - Cost-Plus-Award-Fee

CPIF - Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee

FPIF - Fixed-Price-Incentive-Fee

Obligated Amt -

Sum of all contract action obligations to date.

Current Value -

Current ceiling under the contract.

Maximum Potential Value -

Maximum potential value of the contract if all options are exercised and fees awarded.

Contract Dates

Award DT = date the contract was signed

Effective DT = date the contract is effective

Current Exp DT = date the contract will expire if the options are not exercised

Max Exp DT = date the contract will expire if options are exercised

NAICS

- North American Industry Classification System,Exit Disclaimer http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/

PBC

- Performance Base Contract

Superfund Site Specific

- a Superfund contract requires identification of the site

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