Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) - DOE Version

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Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) - DOE Version

Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) - DOE Version, dated 25 October 2018

The Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR) is designed to supply funding data about individual projects to Federal Project Directors and Contracting Officers for: (a) updating and forecasting contract funds requirements for the identified project, (b) planning and decision making on funding changes to contracts for the identified project, (c) developing funds requirements and budget estimates in support of the identified project, (d) determining funds in excess of contract needs for the identified project and available for deobligation, and (e) obtaining rough estimates of termination costs.

This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation instructions for the data product generated by the specific and discrete task requirements as delineated in the contract. A CFSR should be completed for each individual project, not necessarily at the overall contract level which may encompass numerous projects, operations and other work activity.

The CFSR is used in conjunction with the Contract Performance Report (CPR)/Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR).

The CFSR is applicable to contracts for capital asset projects greater than $50M where EVMS is required. A CFSR should be prepared for each individual project with a unique PARS number.

The CFSR will be a contractual requirement and reported as part of the PARS Upload. Unless otherwise provided in the contract, the CFSR will be prepared as of the end of each calendar quarter or contractor accounting period nearest the end of each quarter. The required number of copies of the CFSR will be forwarded within 25 calendar days after the "as of" date of the report, or as otherwise specified in the contract. In the event of exceptional circumstances which call for increased frequency in reporting, such frequency will not be more often than monthly and will be negotiated and specified in the contract.

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