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  1. The idea behind this topic is to consolidate ideas somebody (I "volunteer" Vern Edwards! LOL!!! ) could pass up the chain so we could get better contract-writing software. I use PD2 and considered it a lot better than a typewriter and almost as good as MSWord... so, my suggestions: - CCR synchronization SHOULD mean no local database maintenance. - The user should have more control of how the final document looks like: - User-defined CLIN templates (set up how the CLIN will actually look to the public. i.e. where the description is placed, an underline for the offeror to input the unit and total prices, space between CLINs, etc.) - Improved ability to drag-and-drop items. - Clause Matrix – allow the ability to accept, discard, and change clauses/provisions after using it. - Ability to modify coordination with resource management (RM) software (PD2 is not talking well with Army RM). Any more ideas for the upcoming "new and improved" contract-writing software?
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