IMMEDIATE ACTION

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE AFAC 92-47

Headquarters US Air Force

Washington DC 20330 May 12, 1995

AIR FORCE ACQUISITION CIRCULAR

This Air Force Acquisition Circular (AFAC) is issued pursuant to the authority of FAR 1.301 and amends the 1992 Edition of the AFFARS. Reproduction is authorized.

POLICY CHANGES/INFORMATION

Item Title Pages

Section A, AFFARS Changes

A1 Head of Contracting Activity (HCA) Authority 1

and Designation of Procuring Activities

A2 Clearance Process 1

A3 Acquisition of Utility Services 2

A4 Imprest Funds 2

A5 Courtesy Contracting of Foreign End Products 2

A6 Base Contract Funding 2

A7 Special Termination Cost Clauses 2

A8 Update to Air Force Regulation Cites 2

ITEM DESCRIPTIONS

ITEM A1 -- Head of Contracting Activity (HCA) Authority and Designation of Procuring Activities

AFFARS 5301.601-91(b), 5306.304(a)(2)(i) and 5319.201 are revised to reflect (i) the decision to rescind delegation of general contracting authority to Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) and (ii) the redesignation of the 11th Support Wing as the 11th Wing.

ITEM A2 -- Clearance Process

a. 5301.9006-5 is updated to reflect designation of BMO/PK as SMC Detachment 10/PK.

b. 5301.9006-6 is revised to remove coverage that is redundant with 5301.9003-2(f) and to clarify the requirements for command supplements regarding the clearance process.

c. 5301.9007(c) is revised to delete the seven day suspense for RFP review.

No. of Printed Pages: 56

OPR: SAF/AQCF

Distribution: F (Same as FAR)

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d. 5301.9012-1(a) is revised to establish the Business Clearance Review Authority (BCRA) as the authority for directing contract clearance of competitive awards. 5301.9012-1(b) is also clarified.

e. Table 5301-1, footnote number is revised to allow HQ AFMC/PK to delegate Business Clearance Review Authority on competitive as well as non-competitive actions. Footnote number 4 is revised to remove an inconsistency with 5301.9006-7(a).

f. 5302.101, the definition of "Other Contacting" is revised to delete the statement that the DAC may designate other contracting efforts as "Other Programs" for purposes of contract clearance.

ITEM A3 -- Acquisition of Utility Services

As a result of FAR changes published in FAC 90-23 regarding utility services, AFFARS Subpart 5308.3 is deleted and a new Part 5341 is established to include Subpart 5341.2, Acquiring Utility Services, and Subsection 5341.205, Delegation of Contracting Authority. The purpose of 5341.205 is to delegate contracting authority for utility services to the major commands, FOAs and DRUs.

ITEM A4 -- Imprest Funds

AFFARS Subpart 5313.4 is revised to clarify Air Force contracting office responsibility for oversight and control of imprest fund cashiers and for the oversight and control of imprest funds for deployed units and at isolated activities.

ITEM A5 -- Courtesy Contracting of Foreign End Products

AFFARS Section 5325.190 is revised to reflect current activity designations for courtesy contracting of foreign end products. For foreign end products in Europe, HQ USAFE/LGCK is identified as the focal point to identify appropriate overseas activities.

ITEM A6 -- Base Contract Funding

AFFARS Section 5332.790 is revised to clarify procedures for issuing solicitations under AFFARS 5332.790(b). Paragraph 5332.790(c) is added to provide permanent coverage for executing facilities project requirements. Previously, coverage was provided by message AFAC each year.

ITEM A7 -- Special Termination Cost Clauses

AFFARS Section 5349.501-70 is revised to require submittal of requests to include the clause at DFARS 252.249-7000, Special Termination Costs, at least 60 days in advance of its intended use. This is necessary to enable Congressional notification as required by the Senate Appropriations Committee.

ITEM A8 -- Update to Air Force Regulation Cites

As a result of the Air Force policy initiative to replace the extensive system of Air Force Regulations with more succinct policy directives and implementation instructions, documents referenced throughout the AFFARS have been replaced or eliminated. THis is the first installment of AFFARS updates to reflect the current document numbers. We plan to update the remaining cites in the next AFFARS change. A list of the cite changes included in this AFAC follows--

AFAC 92-47 May 12, 1995 3

AFFARS Old Cite Subject New Cite

5301.201-1 AFR 900-4 Suggestions AFI 38-401

5304.490 AFR 205-4 Security AFI 31-601

5308.705(f) AFR 26-1 Manpower Policies and AFP 26-12

Procedures, Commercial

Activities Program

5313.405-90 AFM 70-332 Imprest Funds AFM 70-333

5315.810 AFP 70-5 Should Cost Delete reference

5319.201 AFR 800-42 Small Business AFI 64-201

5323.9001(b) AFR 127-12 OSHA AFI 91-301

5324.202(a) AFR 12-30 FOIA AFI 37-131

5333.290(a)(2) AFR 12-30 FOIA AFI 37-131

5333.290(a)(2) AFR 12-35 Privacy Act AFI 37-132

5333.290(b) AFR 110-24 Tax Disputes Delete reference

5345.302-1 AFR 78-22 Industrial Facility AFI 63-701

5345.302-90 AFR 75-58 U.S. Watercraft AFI 24-304

5345.304-90 AFM 77-310 Vehicles AFM 24-309

5345.306 AFR 78-3 Special Tooling Delete paragraph

5345.310(c)(2) AFR 27-15 Aerospace Vehicles AFI 16-402

Program

5345.310(c)(7) AFM 172-1 Accounting & Voucher Delete reference

Payment

5345.310(c)(8) AFR 400-26 Maintenance & Supply AFI 63-106

5345.310(c)(8) AFM 67-1 Maintenance & supply AFM 23-110

5352.223-9000 AFR 127-12 OSHA AFI 91-301

INSTRUCTIONS

I. FILING INSTRUCTIONS: File AFAC 92-47 Transmittal Page and Index Pages 1 thru 4 with the AFACs.

II. POSTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Remove the Following Pages Insert the Following Pages

AFFARS A-Pages A-1 & A-2................AFFARS A-Pages A-1 & A-2

1-1 & 1-2...............................1-1 & 1-2

1-5 & 1-6...............................1-5 & 1-6

1-16.1, 1-17 & 1-18.....................1-17 & 1-18

1-23 & 1-24.............................1-23 & 1-24

1-31....................................1-31

2-1 thru 2-3............................2-1 & 2-2

4-1 & 4-2...............................4-1 & 4-2

6-1 & 6-2...............................6-1 & 6-2

8-i.....................................8-i

8-1, 8-2 & 8-3..........................8-1 & 8-2

13-1 & 13-2.............................13-1 & 13-2

15-3 & 15-4.............................15-3 & 15-4

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Remove the Following Pages (Continued) Insert the Following Pages

19-1 & 19-2..................................19-1 & 19-2

23-1.........................................23-1

24-1.........................................24-1

25-1 & 25-2..................................25-1 & 25-2

32-3 & 32-4..................................32-3 thru 32-5

33-7 & 33-8..................................33-7 & 33-8

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45-1 & 45-2..................................45-1 & 45-2

49-5 thru 49-7...............................49-5 thru 49-7

52-1 & 52-2..................................52-1 & 52-2

III. MARKING INSTRUCTIONS:

Annotate "AFAC 88-5, E1" in the margin at 5306.3 on the replacement page 6-1 inserted under this AFAC.

IV. EFFECTIVITY INSTRUCTIONS: This AFAC is effective 12 May 1995.

AIR FORCE FAR SUPPLEMENT AFAC 92-47 May 12, 1995

Liat of AFFARS Effective Pages

The current edition of the AFFARS consists of the original issuance, dated January 1, 1992, as amended by change pages and interim policy letters inserted into the AFFARS by Air Force Acquisition Circulars (AFACs). Identified below is a list of the effective AFFARS pages and interim policy letters current through AFAC 92-47:

Page # AFAC

A-1 92-47

A-2 92-47

i 92-33

ii 92-41

1-i 92-31

1-ii 92-36

1-1 92-47

1-2 92-31

1-3 92-31

1-4 92-44

1-5 92-47

1-6 92-41

1-6.1 92-41

1-7 92-44

1-8 92-44

1-9 92-31

1-10 92-36

1-11 92-12

1-12 92-12

1-13 92-12

1-14 92-12

1-15 92-31

1-16 92-36

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1-17 92-47

1-18 92-47

1-19 92-12

1-20 92-12

1-21 92-12

1-22 92-12

1-23 92-47

1-24 92-12

1-25 92-17

1-26 92-12

1-27 92-12*

1-28 92-12*

1-29 92-12

1-30 92-31

1-31 92-47

2-i Original

2-1 92-31

2-2 92-47

3-i 92-31

3-1 92-36

3-2 92-31

3-3 92-31

4-i Original

4-1 92-47

4-2 92-31

5-i Original

5-1 92-10

5-2 92-31

5-3 92-31

6-i 92-12

E-2 thru E-6 88-05

6-1 92-12

6-2 92-47

6-3 92-44

6-4 92-36

6-5 92-44

7-i 92-36

7-1 92-44

7-2 92-31

7-3 92-36

7-4 92-36

7-5 92-44

8-i 92-47

8-1 92-47

8-2 92-47

[]

9-i 92-36

9-1 92-36

9-2 92-31

9-3 92-31

10-i 92-44

10-1 92-44

10-2 92-44

10-3 92-44

12-i Original

12-1 92-36

12-2 92-36

13-i Original

13-1 92-17

13-2 92-47

13-3 Original

13-4 Original

14-i Original

14-1 92-17

15-i 92-44

15-ii Original

15-1 92-44

15-2 92-44

C-1; 1.1; 1.2 92-40

15-2.1 92-44

15-3 Original

15-4 92-47

15-5 Original

15-6 Original

15-7 Original

15-8 Original

15-9 92-17

15-10 Original

15-11 Original

15-12 92-36

E-1; 1.1; 1.2 92-34

15-13 Original

15-14 Original

16-i 92-44

E-5 thru E-10 92-04

16-1 Original

16-2 Original

16-3 92-36

16-4 92-44

16-5 92-44

17-i 92-36

E-1 thru E-10 88-07

17-1 92-17

17-2 92-36

E-1.6 thru E-1.13 92-40

17-3 92-36

17-4 92-36

E-1 thru E-9 92-26

19-i 92-44

19-1 92-47

19-2 92-44

22-i 92-44

22-1 92-44

22-2 92-44

23-i Original

23-1 92-47

24-i Original

24-1 92-47

25-i 92-36

25-1 92-17

25-2 92-47

25-3 92-17

25-4 92-36

27-i 92-10

27-1 92-10

28-i 92-44

28-1 92-44

28-2 92-31

29-i Original

29-1 Original

32-i Original

32-1 Original

32-2 Original

32-3 92-44

32-4 92-47

32-5 92-47

33-i Original

33-1 92-31

33-2 92-31

33-3 Original

33-4 92-36

33-5 92-36

33-6 92-31

33-7 92-31

33-8 92-47

35-i 92-44

35-1 92-44

36-i 92-44

36-1 Original

36-2 92-44

36-3 92-44

37-i 92-10

E-3 92-04

37-1 Original

39-i Original

39-1 92-36

41-i 92-47

41-1 92-47

42-i Original

42-1 92-31

42-2 Original

42-3 92-44

43-i Original

43-1 Original

45-i Original

45-1 92-47

45-2 92-47

46-i Original

46-1 92-12

46-2 Original

47-i Original

47-1 Original

49-i 92-44

49-1 Original

49-2 92-36

49-3 Original

49-4 Original

49-5 92-44

49-6 92-47

49-7 92-47

50-i Original

50-1 92-31

50-2 92-17

50-3 92-17

50-4 Original

50-5 Original

51-i 92-44

51-1 92-44

52-i 92-44

E-8 92-26

52-1 92-44

52-2 92-47

52-3 92-44

52-4 92-44

53-i Original

53-1 Original

90-i Original

90-1 Original

90-2 Original

Appendix AA

AA-1 thru AA-5 92-33

AA-6 92-44

AA-7 thru AA-9 92-33

AA-10 thru AA-12 92-44

AA-13 thru AA-20 92-33

AA-21 92-44

AA-22 thru AA-28 92-33

AA-29 92-44

AA-30 thru AA-36 92-33

AA-37 92-44

Appendix BB

BB-1 thru BB-71 92-44

Appendix CC

CC-1 thru CC-27 92-41

Appendix DD

DD-1 thru DD-37 92-44

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5301.201-1 The two councils. Submit proposed revisions (including those resulting from suggestions under [AFI 38-401]) to the FAR, DFARS or AFFARS through major commands to SAF/AQCF.

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(b) The Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting), SAF/AQC, is the HCA for the following organizations:

(1) 11th [] Wing.

(2) Air Force Reserve.

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actually being accomplished, even if the System Program Director is located elsewhere.

(3) The SCCO at SMC may redelegate Table I authorities [] to the Deputy for Contracting at SMC Det 10 for Major or Selected Programs assigned to a PEO. The SCCO at SMC is authorized to designate SMC Det 10/PK as a BOCO for Other Programs.

(4) When clearance authority is delegated by letter, modify the wording in paragraph 1 of the clearance document shown in Figure 1-D or 1-E, as

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5301.9006-6 Clearance requirements established by major commands and suborganizations.

(a) Any clearance procedures for Major, Selected or Other Programs established by major commands or suborganizations shall

(1) Provide an independent assessment of proposed contractual actions and enable local management to achieve the objectives of the clearance process stated in 5301.9001;

(2) Be consistent with [] 5301.9007 through 5301.9012; and

(3) Require that the BCRA for a given contractual action normally be established as the RFP reviewer and CCAA [].

(b) All command and suborganization FAR supplements

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5301.9007 Solicitation Review

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(c) deleted second sentence.

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5301.9012-1 Competitive acquisitions.

(a) Contract clearance is not required for competitive acquisitions, unless requested by the contracting officer or directed by the BCRA.

(b) Reasons for requesting or directing the contract clearance [] include (but are not limited to) situations in which--

(1)[]Expected adequate price competition is not obtained;

(2)[]Significant issues remain [] unresolved after receipt and evaluation of BAFOs;

(3)[]One or more offerors introduce [] a significant change in the BAFO, either to the anticipated pricing arrangement or to contract terms and conditions; and

(4)[]There are [] procurement integrity concerns or the potential for debarment or suspension [].

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Page 1-24(sic - should be 1-31))

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Changed notes 1 & 4 to read as follows:

1. AFMC/PK may delegate [] Business Clearance Review Authority to the Senior Center Contracting Official (SCCO) on a case-by-case basis. AFMC/PK shall notify the PEO/DAC of such delegation.

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4. When the PEO/DAC delegates Source Selection Authority (SSA), the delegate will also serve as BCAA, in accordance with 5301.9006-7(a).

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Deleted last two sentences in definition of Other Contracting.

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5304.490 Security procedures for Air Force contracts.

(a) AFI 31-601, "Industrial Security Program Management," implements the [] industrial security program.

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5306.304 Approval of the justification.

(a)(2)(i) changed 11th Support Wing to 11th Wing & deleted Air Intelligence Agency.

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Pages 8-i and 8-1, 8-2 & 8-3

Deleted 5308.304, caused coverage to reflow, eliminating page 8-3.

Updated reference in second line of 5308.705(f) to AFP 26-12.

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SUBPART 5313.4--IMPREST FUND

5313.402 General.

(a) The base contracting officer at the office responsible for contract support of the unit to which the imprest fund cashier is assigned shall exercise direction, control and oversight of purchases using imprest funds. At isolated activities and deployed organizations under emergency conditions, this responsibility may be delegated to the senior ranking officer for the isolated activity or deployed unit.

5313.403 Agency responsibilities.

(c)(1) The contracting office [] shall forward requests for appointment through the disbursing office to the installation commander for approval. The base contracting officer shall ensure that imprest fund cashiers are given sufficient purchasing training to accomplish their duties.

5313.405 Procedures.

5313.405-90 C.O.D. orders.

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(b) For reporting purposes, only actual prices paid for the item shall be reported. When the order is placed, the ceiling price shall be entered by pencil on an appropriate control register. Bases preparing manual reports shall use the registers prescribed in AFM 70-333.

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5315.810(a), Deleted reference (see AFP 70-15).

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5319.201 General policy. (d) Major commands shall obtain the approval of the Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (SAF/SB) before appointing an Associate Director of Small Business (see DoD Directive 4205.1 and AFI 64-201). Other commands shall consult with the Director (SAF/SB) before appointing a command Deputy for Small Busines ..

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HQ AFMC/RL--New York north of Orange and Putnam Counties; Pennsylvania except Delaware, Montgomery, Bucks, Philadelphia, and Chester Counties.

11th [] Wing--Delaware; District of Columbia; Maryland; New York City; New Jersey; Virginia; Fairfield County, Connecticut; Montgomery, Bucks, Philadelphia, Delaware and Chester Counties in Pennsylvania.

HQ AFMC/WR-ALC--Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee except Shelby County.

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5323.9001 General.

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(b) If the purchase request incorporates a performance work statement ...

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Occupational Safety and Health Act, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standards developed according to AFI 91-301, and other applicable ...

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5324.202 Policy.

(a) The Air Force Freedom of Information Act Program is covered in AFI 37-131.

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5325.190 Courtesy contracting of foreign end products by overseas contracting activities.

(a) When overseas contracting support is needed, CONUS contracting activities should contact the following:

(1) In Japan (excluding Okinawa)

374 CONS/CC

Unit 5228

Yokota AB JA

APO AP 96328-5228

(2) In Okinawa

18th CONS/LGC

Unit 5199

Kadena AB JA

APO AP 96368-5199

(3) In Europe

HQ USAFE/LGCK

Unit 3050, Box 110

APO AE 09094-0110

DSN 480-5910 or -5551,

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Page 32-4 & 32-5 (new page).

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SUBPART 5332.7--CONTRACT FUNDING

5332.790 Base contract funding.

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(5) Information needed for planning purposes pursuant to FAR 15.405; or

(6) Requirements under paragraphs (b) or (c) below.

(b) When a purchase request is for one of the requirements listed in (b)(1) thru (4), the base contracting activity may issue a solicitation, receive and open offers, and prepare final award documents (including contract clearance, if required). However, the contract shall not be signed by the contracting officer; delivered to the contractor; nor will the contractor be notified that it has been awarded a contract until funds have been certified by the accountable AFO. Since contract award will not be made subject to the availability of funds, the procedure and clause prescribed at FAR 32.703-2(a) shall not be used. If additive or deductive items are included in the bid schedule, the contracting officer shall determine the amount of available funds before bid opening.

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(2)[] Construction to be commenced in the next fiscal year, if the approving authority certifies that the requirement has a high enough priority to ensure that it will not be cancelled when the next FY funds become available. Current FY funds may be used if they become available before the end of the FY and the contract can be obligated as required by AFR 170-8;

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(c) The MAJCOM Civil Engineer, Director of Contracting, and Comptroller may jointly agree in writing to authorize base contracting activities to issue solicitations for facility project requirements when it is anticipated that the contract will be awarded in the current fiscal year but funds are not yet available. Use of this authority is subject to the following

(1) MAJCOMs should carefully consider the use of this authority. It should only be used for non-complex projects for which estimated bid or proposal preparation costs are relatively low in relation to the estimated cost of the project. Also, MAJCOMs should consider imposing a limit on either the project value or the aggregate value of all projects solicited using this procedure.

(2) Projects that may be solicited under this authority include those for maintenance, repair and minor construction, facility O&M projects, and environmental restoration and compliance projects, which the MAJCOM civil engineer has reviewed, verified as a bona-fide need, and determined that there is a reasonable likelihood that the project will be funded in the annual year-end program.

(3) MAJCOM Civil Engineering and Comptroller offices will identify to Contracting the projects selected to be solicited under this authority, in adequate time to permit solicitation and processing. MAJCOM Contracting, Comptroller and Civil Engineering shall establish a reasonable cutoff date for cancellation of solicitations, in order to have time to open the offers and process the contract award before the end of the FY.

(4) Solicitations may not be opened until the funds certifying official either certifies that funds are available, or notifies the contracting officer that there is reasonable assurance that funds will be available after opening. If a reasonable assurance notification is received from the funds certifying official, the solicitation may be opened and processed up to the point of award. However, the contract shall not be signed by the contracting officer; delivered to the contractor; nor will the contractor be notified that it has been awarded a contract until funds have been certified by the accountable AFO. If funds or a reasonable assurance notification cannot be provided by the established cutoff date, the solicitation will be canceled before opening.

(5) Solicitations issued under this authority shall contain a notice on the cover sheet and in Section L as follows:

Notice to Offerors: funds are not presently available for this project. No award will be made under this solicitation until funds are available. The Government reserves the right to cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing date.

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5333.290 Appeals.

(a) Appeals to the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA).

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(2) Upon learning of an appeal to the ASBCA, the contracting officer shall comply with Rule 4 of the ASBCA Rules (see DFARS Appendix A, Part 2). In assembling the file of documents under Rule 4 (i.e., Rule 4 file), the contracting officer shall not include any legal opinions or intragovernmental or intergovernmental documents of the types described in AFI 37-131 "Freedom of Information Act," AFI 37-132 "Privacy Act" and DFARS Subpart 224.2, without having first obtained concurrence of AFMCLC/JAB. The contracting officer shall transmit any questions concerning . . . .

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(b) Actions in the United States Claims Court.

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. . . . Staff Judge Advocate in preparing the litigation report[]. The contracting officer shall send AFMCLC/JAB a copy of all notices of appeal to the United States Claims Court. Thereafter, the contracting officer shall give assistance as requested by HQ USAF/JACL.

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PART 5341--ACQUISITION OF UTILITY SERVICES

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Paragraph Page

SUBPART 5341.2--ACQUIRING UTILITY SERVICES

Separate contracts 5341.205 41-1

Page 41-1 (new).

SUBPART 5341.2--Acquiring Utility Services

5341.205 Separate contracts.

(a) The major commands, FOAs, and DRUs (see 5301.601-92) are authorized to acquire utility services.

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SUBPART 5345.3--PROVIDING GOVERNMENT

PROPERTY TO CONTRACTORS

5345.302 Providing facilities.

5345.302-1 Policy. It is the policy of the Air Force to place the maximum reliance on the use of contractor-owned facilities to support current RDT&E, production and maintenance requirements. Contracting officers shall comply with the procedures of AFI 63-701, Managing Industrial Facilities, when furnishing government facilities to contractors.

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5345.302-90 Providing watercraft to government contractors. Prior approval of the USAF Watercraft System Program Manager (SA-ALC/LDAC, DSN 945-4261) is required before Air Force watercraft can be offered as Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) in support of contract performance. In furtherance of FAR 45.302-1, which limits the provisions of facilities to contractors, watercraft which are available on the commercial market will not be provided to contractors unless such action would result in a significant benefit to the Government (See AFI 24-304, Management, Operation, Maintenance and Use of US Air Force Watercraft).

5345.304 Providing motor vehicles.

5345.304-90 Providing vehicular equipment (government-furnished or contractor-acquired) to government contractors.

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(b) Do not provide, as GFP, commercially available motor vehicles to contractors, except under the conditions in AFM 24-309, Vehicle Operations[].

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(d) AFM 24-309, Vehicle Operations outlines Air Force vehicle policies and procedures. Refer to this manual in all situations involving the possibility of the government being required to provide vehicles to contractors, whether GFP or CAP.

Deleted 5345.306.

5345.310 Providing agency-peculiar property.

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(c) Requirements.

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(2) Allocation and assignment of aerospace vehicles for support of procurement actions shall be approved by HQ USAF in accordance with AFI 16-402, Aerospace Vehicle Programming, Assignment, Distribution, Accounting, and Termination. Major commands . . . . . .

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Delete (See AFM 172-1.) on the last line.

(8) Before awarding a contract for supplies or services which anticipates the furnishing of aerospace vehicles and related support equipment, the PCO shall request a preaward survey by the applicable contract administration office (CAO) to determine the adequacy of--

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(iii) Maintenance and supply support, including training of personnel, initiation of requirements for initial and subsequent distribution of applicable technical orders, and spare parts (see AFI 63-106 and AFM 23-110).

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5349.5--Contract Termination Clauses

5349.501-70 Special termination costs. Forward requests to include the clause at DFARS 252.249-7000 to SAF/AQCS with sufficient justification to support a decision by the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition (ASAF(A))(non-delegable). Requests must be submitted at least 60 calendar days in advance of intended use so Congressional notification can be accomplished as required by Senate Appropriations Committee Report 103-321. Secretarial approval is required for any increase in the Government's maximum liability under the clause. Include

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SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION (MAY 95)

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(b) If this contract is performed on an Air Force installation, the Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standards (AFOSH) developed in accordance with AFI 91-301, Air Force Occupational Safety, Fire Prevention, and Health Program in effect on the date of this contract, apply. If contract performance is on other than an Air Force installation, the Contractor shall comply with the safety rules of that Government installation, in effect on the date of this contract.