This web site was copied prior to January 20, 2005. It is now a Federal record managed by the National Archives and Records Administration. External links, forms, and search boxes may not function within this collection.
Enter the DUNS number, company name, or the CAGE Code. Click the appropriate Search button.
When the record appears, click on the "Details" button to the left of the DUNS number to view the rest of the registration.
The expiration date of the registration is posted in bold type at the top of the screen.
*If you do not have internet access, you may call the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone system at 888-227-2423. You will need the contractor’s DUNS number to use the IVR.
Who assigns vendors' CAGE codes?
The Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) in Battle Creek, MI is the only authorized source of CAGE codes. The CAGE request process is now incorporated in the DCCR registration. Upon activation in CCR the company will be assigned a CAGE Code. Notification of the new CAGE is sent in a letter via the US Postal Service.
Foreign companies that perform work outside the United States ARE required to register in CCR in order to receive a contract. They must first obtain a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) CAGE (NCAGE) code from the appropriate source. The NCAGE code can be obtained directly from the Codification Bureau in their country. Please view the up-to-date list of countries and the information necessary to contact the Codification Bureau by visiting our web site at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/Forms/Form_AC135.asp.
This document is intended to provide Federal agencies with a template to utilize when developing a return on investment analysis for the implementation of the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) within that agency. Although each agency will vary in its actual return on investment analysis, this document provides the general framework from which potential costs and savings can be estimated. This document also outlines various non-quantitative benefits of CCR implementation for both the current version of CCR as well as for planned future enhancements.
On September 12th, the CCR Program Office held a half day event to provide updated information on the upcoming CCR mandate. Over 350 attendees from various government agencies were present for this informative session.