3. COST REPORTING. Standardized cost data procedures and
formats support credible cost estimates for current and future programs. Reference (bc) authorizes the CAIG Chair to
establish procedural guidance for cost data collection and monitoring systems.
DoD 5000.04-M-1 (Reference (at))
identifies procedural and standard data formatting requirements for the CSDR
a. The two
components of the CSDR system are the CCDR and SRDR. PMs shall use the CSDR
system to report data on contractor costs and resource usage incurred in
performing DoD programs. Proposed CSDR plan(s) for ACAT I programs shall be
approved by the CAIG Chair prior to the issuance of a contract solicitation.
The Chair, CAIG, may waive the information requirements of Table
4 in Enclosure 4.
b. On ACAT
I programs, the sustainment contracts or organic Inter-/Intra-Service
agreements (such as Memorandums of Understanding) shall provide tailored cost
reporting that can facilitate future cost estimating and price analysis. If
the logistics support falls under a performance-based life-cycle product
support strategy, the contracts or organic agreements shall also include an
agreed-to set of performance metrics that can be used to monitor