(a) the requirement for class deviations by DoDGAR (see point 21.335 B) and 21,340 (a)) or derogations from the provisions of 31 states.C 6301 to 6308 that govern the appropriate use of contracts, grants and cooperation agreements (cf. 32 CFR 22.220). b) The location of DoDRG in the CFR is currently in transition. The rules move from Chapter I, Sub-Chapter C, Title 32, to a new location in Chapter XI, Title 2 of the CFR. During the transition, there will be some DoDGAR games in each of the two titles. The DoDGARs update consists of six individual final rules, each governing a different aspect of the subsidy and cooperation agreement regulations: the six final rules amend certain requirements to provide additional clarity in the rules for grants and recipients of cooperation agreements. Since the final rules include the standardization of conditions in grants and cooperation agreements, these amendments require, in addition to the definition of certain key conditions for the terms of acquisition, a thorough review and immediate attention, since they could potentially apply to premium recipients. Thus, the new rules deal, among other things, how each award document must be equipped with a contract sheet, whether it is necessary to define premium-specific conditions, to define general terms and conditions for grants or rewards for a dod element, to include administrative requirements, to indicate the basis of the legal attribution or attribution requirements (executive, regulation or right) and to indicate programmatic allocation or attribution requirements. Unless doDGARs indicate their application, the guidelines and procedures applicable to public procurement do not apply to subsidies, cooperation agreements, technological investment agreements or other support or non-award bonuses: on 19 August 2020, the DoD published six final rules that collectively update the existing transitional provisions of the subsidies division and cooperation agreements. The DoD Grant and Agreement Regulations (“DoDGARs”) are being updated to implement, among other things, the OMB Uniforme Guidance to DoD Agencies on administrative requirements, cost principles and audit requirements for federal grants, cooperation agreements and other federal financial agreements. Yes, DoD component managers or their designers may adopt rules, procedures or instructions for the implementation of the DGARS or supplement DoDGARs to meet requirements specific to the DoD component, provided that the rules, procedures or instructions do not entail additional costs or administrative burdens for potential recipients or recipients.
If you have any questions about the final rules, please contact one of Thompson Hine`s grant and cooperation specialists listed below for more information, including any updates, and any other steps your company may have to take: (b) Grants Officers and Agreements Officers must keep copies of applications and authorizations for individual and class deviations in the attribution files.