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  1. I have been asked to dig into the UK Single Source Contract Regulations. The SSRO rules apply to a large defence contract awarded without competition. When applicable, the SSRO rules supersede the long-standing MOU between the UK MOD and the US DOD regarding contract costs and audit. I realize that almost nobody has experience with these newly promulgated rules but I'm looking for any inkling of a policy position out of DOD on this issue. For example, has anybody heard whether DCAA will be performing audits IAW the UK SSRO rules, or will the UK auditors be coming to the US to perform audits? To me this ought to be a big deal, but I'm learning it's not because the big defense contractors have set up UK subsidiaries who know how to comply with the rules, which are the equivalent of the Part 31 Cost Principles and CAS merged together, written in British. For them the US entities simply transfer costs and it's up to the UK entities to scrub them. I will not be so fortunate. Anything?
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