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Welcome to Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS) Frequently Asked Questions

Department of Defense Users

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A: SPRS is a shared data warehouse that details a vendor’s performance on current or completed contracts. The information is restricted to use for competitive acquisition determinations. The SPRS application is available to Acquisition officials with the need to know and Contractors who are able to view their own data.

A: All SPRS users (government and vendor) access SPRS via the Department of Defense Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE). To learn how to obtain a PIEE account and SPRS access, go to Request Access.

A: No. While it is true that SPRS assessments may contain information about an offeror’s capability to perform on a government contract, it is not intended for market research.

A: No. Any DoD government member (military or civilian) with a Command Access Card (CAC) may view the National Security Systems Restricted List.

A: Effective 15 JAN 2020, NMCI implemented a change to effectively disable hyperlinks in emails.
To resolve:
Copy the URL from the email.
Paste it into your browser address bar.
Delete “noclick_” wherever it appears in the address.
Verify the address and press enter.

To read more about this policy, please reference the NMCI User Awareness User Communication #20200115.

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