Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) are extremely important to military employees like contract managers, as well as certain members of the public, like government and civilian contractors. Of course, the military has several secure locations around the globe, some of which have no connection to the outside world. As such, it may be important to these select groups to have a local copy of the FAR handy for reference material.
Enter, QuickFAR! The perfect reference material, searchable even when you are completely offline or in airplane-mode! The mobile application was not developed by the United States Government, and as such does not use the Zoom Search Engine, but instead uses a proprietary algorithm created and maintained by Recursive Dynamics, LLC to perform the searches, even while offline and without WiFi!
Whether you're searching the FAR, DFARS, AFARS, AFFARS, AFMC MP, AFMC IG, AFICA MP, DARS, DLAD, NMCARS, SOFARS, TRANSFARS, AGAR, AIDAR, CAR, DEARS, DIARS, DOLARS, DOSARS, DTAR, EDAR, EPAAR, FEHBAR, GSAM, HHSAR, HSAR, HUDAR, IAAR, JAR, LIFAR, NFS, NRCAR, TAR, or even the VAAR, this is the app that can do it! With local indexed copies of all that data available to you, almost instantly! Making the search for answers when taking a quiz or test much easier and more efficient.
The app does have the ability to reach some other .mil and .gov sites if you are online, so it's important to remember that when searching keywords and secondary keywords with this app. Certain links and functions from the full government website will not work as intended, due to the size and accessibility of those functions. However, if your device allows the app to access the internet, those resources will typically be accessible to you. You will receive a warning when leaving the FAR application, as the ability to browse the web is otherwise seamlessly integrated into the QuickFAR.