The Procurement History Integrated Command Accounting and Reporting System database is the FPDS collection that represents approximately 100 local and federal government agencies that are not traceable to NSNs. These include histories for maintenance, repair, research and development, architects, rentals, charters, ADP processing, equipment mods, and other services not connected to items tracked in the Federal Supply Catalog. The contractor, date of award, amount of award, contract number, action dates, point of performance, and the contracting agency are also available in this database.

To do a ICARS ProH search

  1. Click DatabasePricing and ProcurementICARS ProH.
  2. Type N3198001P2186 in the Contract Number field.
  3. On the Individual Contract Action Report window, click N3198001P2186.
    The Contact Information for Contract Number: N3198001P2186 includes the following information and code types:
    • Type of Contract
    • Modification #
    • Order #
    • Amount
    • Est. Completion Date
    • Report: Period
    • Bundling Code
    • Soliciting Agency and Contractor Information, which includes the Agency, Office, Office Address, Contractor Name, Contractor DUNS, Contractor Address, ContractorType, and Women Owned.
    • Miscellaneous Contract Information, which includes the Kind of Contract, Type of Entry, Solicitation Procedures, Authorized for Other Than Full and Open Competition, Number of Offers Received, Synopsis of Procurement, Commercial Item Acquisition, DOD Claimant Program number, DOD Weapons of System Code, Contract for Foreign Government, Tariff, Country of Manufacturer, Veteran-owned Small Business, HUBZone Small Business Concern, HUBZone Program, HUBZone Price Evaluation Preference Percent Difference, Small Disadvantaged Business, SDB Price Evaluation Adjustment Percent Difference, Other Preference Programs, Multiple Award Contract Fair Opportunity, Extent Competed, Performance-Based Service Contracting, Subcontracting Plan, Subject to Labor Statutes, Advisory/Assistance Services Award, and Competition in Contract Act Applicable.

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