Welcome to Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS)Guiding the DoD in Responsible Acquisition Decisions
SPRS is the Department of Defense’s single, authorized application to retrieve suppliers’s performance information. SPRS is web-enabled enterprise application that gathers, processes, and displays data about the performance of suppliers. The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Subpart 213.1 requires contracting officers to consider this data for supply contracts valued at less than or equal to $1 million
SPRS compiles supplier’s past performance data in areas of product delivery and quality to determine risks and creates a Supplier Risk Score used by procurement specialists. The quality and delivery classifications identified for a supplier in SPRS will be used by the contracting officer to evaluate a supplier’s past performance in conjunction with the supplier’s references (if requested) and other provisions of the solicitation under the past performance evaluation factor.
Request Access to SPRS through PIEE
All access to SPRS is now exclusively through the Department of Defense Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE). As of 5 October 2019 the SPRS PMO has completed the role-out of the single sign-on functionality, initially deployed on 26 January 2019. To learn how to obtain a PIEE account and SPRS access, go to Request Access.
NIST SP 800-171 Assessments
SPRS hosts NIST SP 800-171 assessment results. Government users can select the link on the menu (top right). Vendors who have been assessed may request their own score(s) by clicking here.
National Security Systems (NSS) Restricted List
SPRS is the host for the National Security Systems (NSS) Restricted List IAW Title 10, United States Code, National Security Systems Restricted List as implemented in Under Secretary of Defense for ACQ and SUS memorandum, “Acquisition Workforce Implementation of Enhanced Procedures for Supply Chain Risk Management in Support of Department of Defense Trusted Systems and Networks,” dated December 28, 2018.
User access to SPRS is expanded to all acquisition personnel in the DoD (and federal agencies, if supporting DoD acquisitions) to ensure access to the National Security Systems Restricted List Class Determinations. The Director, Defense Pricing and Contracting (DPC), ensures that regulations, policies, and guidance are established or updated to reflect this decision.
All procurement officials, regardless of procurement dollar value, shall verify that the award will not involve any entity listed in the National Security Systems Restricted List contained in SPRS when acquiring a “covered system” or a “covered item of supply” as defined at DFARS 239.7301.
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