What is dpas 15 cfr 700?
The primary purpose of the DPAS regulation (15 CFR Part 700) is to ensure the timely availability of industrial resources to meet national defense and emergency preparedness requirements.
What is DoD Manual 4400.1 m?
DoD 4400.1-M, “Department of Defense Priorities and Allocations Manual,” 2/21/2002. awarding or administering contracts for research, development, engineering, acquisition, production, manufacturing, or construction.
What is DPAS?
The Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) is used to prioritize national defense-related contracts/orders throughout the U.S. supply chain in order to support military, energy, homeland security, emergency preparedness, and critical infrastructure requirements.
What is the highest DPAS rating?
DoD uses two priority ratings: DX and DO. DX rated programs and their orders are of the highest national defense urgency and are approved by the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) or Deputy Secretary of Defense (DEPSECDEF).
What does DX rating mean?
A DX rating is assigned to those programs of the highest national priority. Per DoD 4400.1-M, the Under Secretary of Defense for AT&L approves DO rated orders and nominates to the Secretary of Defense for approval of DX rated orders. An unrated order is a commercial order or a DoD order that is not ratable.
What is the DPAS rating?
Whenever a DPAS rating appears in the DPAS Rating Field on your Purchase Order, it means that it is a rated order certified for national defense, emergency preparedness, and energy program use, and you are required to follow all the requirements of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System regulation (15 CFR part …
What is a DO A1 rating?
A DX rating takes priority over a DO rating which takes priority over an unrated order. Rated programs are also given a program identifier symbol. Examples are A1 for Aircraft and A3 for ships. The program identifier symbol does not, by itself, indicate any priority.
What is a government Rated order?
A rated order is a contract or order placed in support of a national defense program, pursuant to section 101(a) of the DPA. A rated order takes precedence over all unrated orders, when necessary to meet delivery dates specified in the rated order. The signature of a contracting officer, certifying the rated order.