(Billing Code 5000­04)

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

48 CFR Parts 202, 204, 207, 209, 210, 214, 215, 219, 222, 223, 225, 226, 231, 232, 233, 235, 237, 242, 243, 245, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, Appendices B, F, G, H, and I to Chapter 2

(Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­6)

Defense Federal Acquisition

Regulation Supplement;

Miscellaneous Amendments

AGENCY: Department of Defense (DoD).

ACTION: Interim rule with request for comment and final rules.

SUMMARY: Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­6 amends the Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) to revise, finalize, or add language on distribution of contracts, suspension and debarment, made in America labels, ozone­depleting substances, bills of material, price competition, prenegotiation objectives, set­asides, certificates of competency, small business subcontracting plan, surety bond waiver reporting, Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program, Pilot Mentor­Protege Program, ammunition and explosives, storage and disposal of toxic and hazardous materials, Angolan petroleum, hand or measuring tools, four ton dolly jacks, coal and petroleum pitch carbon fiber, antifriction bearings, supplemental cost principles, penalties for unallowable costs, overseas severance costs, legislative lobbying costs, GAO bid protest procedures, certification of contract

claims, fixed price development contracts, basic agreements, designation of paying office, reports of Government property, precious metals, notification of proposed program termination or reduction, title to contractor acquired property, Small Business Innovation Research Program, coordinated acquisition, and activity address numbers.

DATES: Effective date May 27, 1994.

Comment Date: Comments on the interim rule, Item XXXVIII, sections 249.7003 and 252.249­7002, should be submitted in writing on or before (insert 60 days after publication) to the address shown below.

ADDRESSES: Comments on the interim rule should be submitted to Mr. Eric Mens, Defense Acquisition Regulations Directorate, PDUSD(A&T)DP(DAR), 3062 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301­3062. Please cite DFARS Case 93­D321 in all correspondence concerning the interim rule.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Lucile Martin, or for Item XXXVIII, Mr. Eric Mens, (703) 604­5930.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

A. Background

This Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­6 includes 48 rules and miscellaneous editorial amendments. Twelve of the rules in the DAC (Items IX, XVIII, XXVII, XXX, XL, and XLIII­XLXIX) were published previously in the Federal Register and thus are not

included as part of this rulemaking notice. These 12 rules are being published in the DAC to revise the looseleaf edition of DFARS to conform to the previously published revisions.

B. Determination to Issue An Interim Rule

A determination has been made under authority of the Secretary of Defense to issue the rule in Item XXXVIII as an interim rule. Compelling reasons exist to promulgate this rule without prior opportunity for public comment. However, comments received in response to publication of this rule ill be considered in formulating the final rule.

C. Regulatory Flexibility Act

DAC 91­6, Items I, V, VI, VIII, X, XIII, XVI, XIX, XXII, XXV, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI, XXXVII, XXXIX, XLI, XLII, L

The Regulatory Flexibility Act does not apply because these rules are not significant revisions within the meaning of Public Law 98­577. However, comments from small entities will be considered in accordance with section 610 of the Act. Such comments must be submitted separately. Please cite DFARS Case 94­610 in correspondence.

DAC 91­6, Items II, III, IV, VII, XI, XII, XIV, XV, XVII, XX, XXI, XXIII, XXVI, XXVIII, XXIX, XXXII

DoD certifies that these rules will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities within the meaning of the Regulatory Flexibility Act because:

Item II ­ the rule merely standardizes debarment procedures. Contractors who avail themselves of the opportunity to present matters in opposition to debarment proceedings need not engage legal representation or present written material.

Item III ­ the rule only applies to those convicted of fraudulently affixing "Made in America" labels.

Item IV ­ any additional expenses to contractors as a result of this rule will be reimbursable.

Item VII ­ the rule merely clarifies existing guidance.

Item XI ­ the rule is based on a statutory provision which expressly directs these procedural revisions.

Item XII ­ the rule provides additional guidance on evaluating the contractor's use of small and small disadvantaged businesses as subcontractors.

Item XIV ­ the rule extends a test program directed by statute.

Item XV ­ the rules does not diminish any preferences accorded small businesses, but instead increases incentives for mentor firms to provide assistance to small businesses.

Item XVII ­ the rule merely prohibits storage or disposal of hazardous material on Government property.

Item XX ­ the rule prohibits acquisition of hand or measuring tools of foreign manufacture.

Item XXI ­ the rule prohibits acquisition of dolly jacks of foreign manufacture.

Item XXIII ­ the rule prohibits acquisition of antifriction bearings of foreign manufacture.

Item XXVI ­ most contracts awarded small entities are awarded on a competitive, fixed­price basis and the cost principles do not apply.

Item XXVIII ­ most contracts awarded small entities are awarded on a competitive, fixed­price basis and the cost principles do not apply.

Item XXIX ­ most contracts awarded small entities are awarded on a competitive, fixed­price basis and the cost principles do not apply.

Item XXXII ­ the rule is based directly on a statutory provision which expressly establishes criteria for certification.

DAC 91­6, Item XXXVIII

The Regulatory Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601 et seq., applies but the magnitude of the expected impact on small entities as a result of the rule is unknown and impossible to estimate. An Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (IRFA) was performed and a copy submitted to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration for the initially published interim DFARS rule. An amended IRFA will be submitted to reflect the latest changes in guidance as a result of the statutorily­imposed changes.

D. Paperwork Reduction Act

DAC 91­6, Items I, VIII, X­XIV, XVI, XVII, XIX­XXIII, XXV, XXVI, XXVIII, XXIX, XXXI­XXXV, XXXVII, XXXIX, XLI, XLII, L

The Paperwork Reduction Act does not apply because the revisions in this rulemaking notice do not contain and/or affect information collection requirements which require the approval of OMB under 44 U.S.C. 3501 et. seq.

DAC 91­6, Item XV

The Paperwork Reduction Act applies. OMB approved the paperwork collection requirement in 219.71, Pilot Mentor­Protege Program, under clearance number 0704­0332, through January 31, 1995. OMB also approved the paperwork collection requirement in Appendix I, Policy and Procedures for the DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program, under clearance number 0704­0338, through February 28, 1995.

DAC 91­6, Item XXXVI

The Paperwork Reduction Act applies. OMB has approved the information collection request for Item XXXVI under clearance 0704­0246, through December 13, 1996.

List of Subjects in 48 CFR Parts 202, 204, 207, 209, 210, 214, 215, 219, 222, 223, 225, 226, 231, 232, 233, 235, 237, 242, 243, 245, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, Appendices B, F, G, H, and I.

Government procurement.

Claudia L. Naugle,

Deputy Director,

Defense Acquisition

Regulations Council.

Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­6 amends the Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) 1991 edition, prescribes procedures to be followed, and provides informational interest items. The amendments, procedures, and information are summarized as follows:

Item I­­Distribution of Contracts

This final rule amends DFARS 204.201 to ensure that contract distribution is consistent with security regulations.

Item II­­Uniform Suspension and Debarment Procedures

DFARS 209.402 and Appendix H are added to provide uniform suspension and debarment procedures that are to be followed by all DoD debarring and suspending officials.

Item III­­Made in America Labels

This item revises and converts the interim rule published as Item VIII of DAC 91­5 to a final rule. The interim rule added DFARS 209.406­2 and 209.406­4 to require debarment consideration for anyone convicted of fraudulently affixing "Made in America" labels and to specify the period of debarment. This final rule deletes 209.406­4,

which specified the period of debarment because the statutory mandate to specify the period of debarment was not continued in the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations Act.

Item IV­­Elimination of Ozone­Depleting Substances

This finalizes the interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 93­005 on May 21, 1993. The interim rule added DFARS 207.105(b)(15) and 210.002­71 to implement Section 326 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act. Section 326 places restrictions on the award and modification of contracts that require the use of ozone­depleting substances. The interim rule is converted to a final rule without change.

Item V­­Bills of Materials

DFARS 210.001 and 210.011­70 are revised, and 210.070 and 252.210­7005 are deleted to remove unnecessary direction on contracting for bills of materials. In addition, DD Forms 346 and 347 are removed from Part 253. Guidance on bills of materials can be found in DoDI 4210.8, Department of Defense Bills of Materials, and MIL­STD­295, Preparation of Bills of Materials.

Item VI­­SBIR Rights in Data

Alternate II of the clause at 252.227­7013, Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software, is revised at paragraphs (b) and (c) to clarify the allocation of rights in technical data and computer software acquired under the Small Business Innovation Research Program.

Item VII­­Adequate Price Competition

DFARS 215.804­3 is revised to clarify guidance on adequate price competition in dual source acquisitions.

Item VIII­­Documentation of Prenegotiation Objectives

DFARS 215.807(b) is added to emphasize the requirement for documentation of the disposition of audit findings and recommendations in prenegotiation objectives.

Item IX­­Industrial Modernization Incentives Program (IMIP)

DFARS 215.870 and the clause at 252.215­7003 were deleted effective January 14, 1993, by Departmental Letter 93­001, to reflect cancellation of the DoD industrial modernization incentive program. The program was cancelled September 18, 1992 by the Deputy Secretary of Defense.

Item X­­Extension of Set­Aside Authority

DFARS 219.000, 226.7000, and the clause at 252.219­7003 are revised to implement section 801 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act. Section 801 of Public Law 102­484 codified and

extended authorities provided under section 1207 of Public Law 99­661 through Fiscal Year 2000. A new paragraph (c) is added to 219.502­2­70 to implement section 801(g) by establishing a process for determining whether use of small disadvantaged business (SDB) set­asides has caused a particular industry to bear a disproportionate share of contracts awarded by a particular contracting activity to achieve its SDB goal.

Item XI­­Certificate of Competency

This converts the interim rule, published as Item X of DAC 91­5 to a final rule with no revision. The interim rule implemented Section 804 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act. DFARS 219.602­1 was amended and a provision at 252.219­7009 was added to require contracting officers to notify a small business concern, in writing, of a determination of nonresponsibility and of the concern's right to request the Small Business Administration to make a determination of the concern's responsibility.

Item XII­­Small Business Subcontracting Plan

This revises and finalizes the interim rule published as Item XIII of DAC 91­5. DFARS 215.605 and 236.602­1 are revised to elaborate on the requirement to evaluate the extent of participation of small and small disadvantaged businesses in performance of a contract. DFARS 219.705­2(d) is revised to cross reference 215.605.

Item XIII­­Surety Bond Waiver Reporting

DFARS 219.808­1(b)(iv) is added to require contracting officers to prepare quarterly reports on contract awards where Miller Act requirements for performance and payments bonds are waived under 8(a) construction contracts. Report Control Symbol DD­ACQ(AR)1930 is assigned to this requirement.

Item XIV­­Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program

This item converts the interim rule published as Item XV of DAC 91­5 to a final rule with no change. This rule extended the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program through September 30, 1996. It also revised Part 219 to (1) state A­E services in support of military construction projects or military family housing are exempt from the program; and (2) address responsibility for reinstatement of small business set­asides.

Item XV­­Pilot Mentor­Protege Program

DFARS is amended to incorporate the DoD policy for the Pilot Mentor­Protege Program as a new Appendix I. Conforming changes have been made to Subpart 219.71 to correctly reference the new appendix and to delete redundant material. This implements Section 813 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Authorization Act.

Item XVI­­Ammunition and Explosives

DFARS 223.370­4(b)(1)(ii) and the clause at 252.223­7002 are revised to clarify policy regarding safety precautions for ammunition and explosives.

Item XVII­­Storage and Disposal of Toxic and Hazardous Materials

The interim rule published as Item XX of DAC 91­5 is converted to a final rule. The interim rule added DFARS Subpart 223.71 and the clause at 252.223­7006 to incorporate the requirements of 10 U.S.C. 2692, as amended by Section 2852 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act. An editorial correction is made at 252.223­7006.

Item XVIII­­North American Free Trade Agreement

This is an interim DFARS rule that was effective January 1, 1994. The rule was issued December 23, 1993 by Departmental Letter 93­010. Chapter Ten of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Implementation Act of 1993 (Pub. L. 103­182) requires the three parties to the agreement, (the United States, Canada, and Mexico) to eliminate "buy national" restrictions on nondefense­related purchases by the federal governments. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) was amended, effective January 1, 1994, but implementation of NAFTA also required revision of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to integrate Buy American Act and Balance of Payment Program waivers necessitated by NAFTA with similar existing Department of Defense waivers for countries with memoranda of understanding or other international agreements.

Item XIX­­Angolan Petroleum

DFARS 225.702(2), 225.703, 225.704, and 252.225­7011 are deleted to remove the restriction on acquisition of petroleum products originating in Angola. Pursuant to Section 842 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act, Presidential Determination No. 93­32 certified that free, fair, and democratic elections had taken place in Angola. This action ended the DoD prohibition on purchasing of petroleum products originating in Angola.

Item XX­­Restrictions on Hand or Measuring Tools

DFARS 225.7002, 252.225­7012, and 252.225­7015 are revised and 225.7003 is eliminated to combine the restriction on hand or measuring tools with the restriction on food, clothing, fabrics, and specialty metals. These items are subject to the same restrictions as a result of Section 9009 of Pub. L. 101­165 and similar restrictions in subsequent Defense Appropriations Acts.

Item XXI­­Four Ton Dolly Jacks

This revises and converts the interim rule, published as Item XXVII in DAC 91­5, to a final rule. The interim rule implemented Section 9108 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Appropriations Act. DFARS 225.7018 and the clause at 252.225­7033 were added to restrict purchases of four ton dolly jacks to U.S. manufacturers. DFARS 225.7018 is revised to limit this restriction to Fiscal Year 1993 funds. This restriction does not appear in the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations Act.

Item XXII­­Coal and Petroleum Pitch Carbon Fiber

DFARS 225.7020 and the clause at 252.225­7034 are added to restrict purchases of coal and petroleum pitch carbon fiber. This implements Section 8040A of Public Law 102­172 and Section 9040A of Public Law 102­396.

Item XXIII­­Antifriction Bearings

This item converts the interim rule published as Item XXVIII of DAC 91­5 to a final rule with no revisions. The interim rule moved the restriction on antifriction bearings from DFARS Subpart 225.71 to DFARS Subpart 225.70 because it is now a statutory restriction based on section 832 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act. Section 832 restricts acquisition of antifriction bearings through FY 1995.

Item XXIV­­Subcontractor Payment Complaints

On September 27, 1993 the Director of Defense Procurement issued to the Military Departments and Defense Agencies, a memorandum discussing the actions to be taken to address complaints by

subcontractors of nonpayment by a DoD prime contractor. Recent General Accounting Office and DoD Inspector General reviews have caused concern that this matter is not fully understood in all locations. Copies of the memorandum should be obtained through normal management channels.

Item XXV­­Supplemental Cost Principles

DFARS 231.100­70 is revised to narrow the prescription for use of the clause at 252.231­7000, Supplemental Cost Principles. The cost principles in DFARS do not apply to contracts with educational institutions.

Item XXVI­­Penalties for Unallowable Costs

This revises and finalizes the interim rule issued as Item XXXIV of DAC 91­5. The interim rule revised DFARS 231.70 and the clause at 252.231­7001, Penalties for Unallowable Costs, to implement Section 818 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Defense Authorization Act (Public Law 102­484). Changes between the interim and final rule include:

­ 231.7000(a) and 252.231­7001(b)­­Insertion of the word "indirect" between the words "unallowable" and "costs" to clarify that the penalties apply to unallowable "indirect" and not "direct" costs.

­ 231.7002­1(b)­­Added "administrative" to the types of penalties which may be imposed.

­ 231.7002­5(c)(1)­­In the parenthetical, inserted the words "the types of controls required for" to make the waiver available to contractors which do not formally participate in a DoD sponsored self­governance program.

­ 252.231­7001(e)­­Inserted the words "allocated to this contract" to make it clear that the penalty is not based on the total amount of unallowable costs in the indirect costs proposal.

Item XXVII­­Reduction in Progress Payment Rates

This is an interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 93­009 on November 18, 1993 to implement Section 8155 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations Act (Public Law 103­139). Section 8155 requires the Department of Defense to reduce the customary progress payment rate for large businesses from 85 percent to 75 percent for solicitations issued on or after November 11, 1993. This includes awards to large businesses under foreign military sales contracts. The rule revised language in DFARS 232.501­1 and the clause at 252.232­7004. It also revised Table 32­1 at 232.502­1­71 to preclude the use of flexible progress payments in contracts resulting from solicitations issued on or after November 11, 1993.

Item XXVIII­­Overseas Severance Costs

This item converts the interim rule published as Item XXXII of DAC 91­5 to a final rule without change. The interim rule added DFARS 237.171 to establish the criteria and conditions for agency waiver of the cost limitations at 231.205­6 and it added clauses at 252.237­7020 and 252.237­7021.

Item XXIX­­Legislative Lobbying Costs

This item converts the interim rule published as Item XXXIII of DAC 91­5 to a final rule without change. The interim rule added DFARS 231.205­22(a) to make unallowable the costs of preparing any material, report, list, or analysis on the actual or projected economic or employment impact in a particular State or congressional district of an acquisition program for which all research, development, testing and evaluation has not been completed.

Item XXX­­Incremental Funding of Fixed­Price Contracts

This interim rule was issued by Departmental Letter 93­008, effective August 23, 1993. The rule added a new subpart at DFARS 232.7 to establish specific situations where incremental funding of fixed­price contracts would be appropriate. The clause at 252.232­7007, Limitation of Government's Obligation, identifies procedures for incrementally funding the contract and requires the contractor to provide the Government with written notice when the work will reach the point at which the amount payable by the Government, including any termination costs, approximates 85 percent of the funds currently allotted to the contract.

Item XXXI­­GAO Bid Protest Procedures

This final rule removes the detailed GAO protest procedures at 233.104 from the DFARS. Comparable language was added to the FAR as Item XVII of FAC 90­16.

Item XXXII­­Certification of Contract Claims

This revises and finalizes the interim rule issued as Item XXXVI of DAC 91­5. The interim rule revised DFARS Subpart 233.70 and the clause at 252.233­7000, Certification of Claims and Requests for

Adjustment or Relief, to implement section 813 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993 (Public Law 102­484). Changes between the interim and final rule include:

­ 233.7000(a)­­Insertion of the words "or request" after the word "claim" in 233.7000(a)(1); insertion of the words "who is authorized to bind the contractor and" after the word "individual" in 233.7000(a)(2); and an editorial at 233.7000(a)(2)(ii).

­ 252.233­7000­­In the certification language, deletion of the word "and" after the words "knowledge and belief"; and revising the last portion of the certification to read "duly authorized to certify the claim on behalf of the contractor." Also, in paragraph (d) of the clause, insertion of the words "who is authorized to bind the contractor and" after the words "signed by an individual."

Item XXXIII­­Fixed Price Development Contracts

DFARS 235.006(b)(ii) is revised to clarify the requirement for USD(A&T) approval of the Government's prenegotiation position before negotiations begin and of the negotiated agreement with the contractor before it is executed.

Item XXXIV­­Basic Agreements

DFARS 235.015(b) is amended to delete the reference to the Office of Naval Research as the central DoD activity for negotiating basic agreements. This reflects the fact that DoD no longer requires a single DoD activity to perform this function.

Item XXXV­­Designation of Paying Office

DFARS 242.205(1) is revised to allow a department or agency payment office to serve as paying office for a contract assigned to the Defense Contract Management Command if authorized by defense financial management regulations. The revision also deletes the Air Force payment office for missile propellants as these contracts are now paid by Defense Financial and Accounting Service (DFAS).

Item XXXVI­­Reports of Government Property

DFARS 245.505­14 is revised to transfer requirements for contractor reporting on Government property to a new clause at 252.245­7001, Reports of Government Property. In addition, the DD Form 1662, DoD Property in the Custody of Contractors, has been revised to delete the certification requirement and to clarify reporting instructions.

Item XXXVII­­Precious Metals

DFARS 245.607­2(b) is revised to reflect the procedure initiated to streamline the process associated with the recovery of precious metals. The Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service is prepositioning annual disposition instructions for certain categories of precious metals with DoD contract administration offices.

Item XXXVIII­­Notification of Proposed Program Termination or Reduction

This interim rule replaces the interim rule which was issued as Departmental Letter 93­007 on August 9, 1993. It incorporates revisions necessitated by Section 1372 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 (Public Law 103­160).

Item XXXIX­­Title to Contractor Acquired Property

DFARS 251.106(b) is deleted because the inconsistency in FAR, that 251.106(b) was designed to correct, has been remedied. FAR 51.106(b) was amended by FAC 90­16 to raise the threshold under which title to contractor acquired property in contracts with educational institutions vests in the contractor. The $1,000 threshold in FAR 51.106(b) was increased to $5,000 to be consistent with the $5,000 threshold in Alternate II of the clause at FAR 52.245­2 and Alternate I of the clause at FAR 52.245­5.

Item XL­­Carbonyl Iron Powders

DFARS 225.7014 through 225.7014­3 and the clause at 252.225­7023 were removed by departmental letter 94­001, effective February 14, 1994, to delete the restriction on acquisition of carbonyl iron powders. Language restricting acquisition to powders manufactured in the United States or Canada was in the FY 93 Defense Appropriations Act but was not in the FY 94 Defense Appropriations Act.

Item XLI­­Coordinated Acquisition Assignments

DFARS Appendix B is amended to show that the Defense Logistics Agency has only a partial assignment for certain classes of items within Federal Supply Group 36.

Item XLII­­Appendix G Update

DFARS Appendix G is amended to update activity address codes.

Item XLIII­­Reflagging or Repair Work

DFARS 247.571 and 247.573 were revised and 252.247­7025 was added as an interim rule by departmental letter 94­002, effective February 25, 1994, to implement Section 315 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­160). Section 315 places restrictions on performance of reflagging or repair work on any vessel used under a time charter contract.

Item XLIV­­Aircraft Fuel Cells

DFARS 225.7021, 225.7021­1, 225.7021­2, 225.7021­3, and 252.225­7038 were added as an interim rule by departmental letter

94­003, effective March 7, 1994, to implement Section 8090 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations Act (Pub. L. 103­139). Section 8090 prohibits using fiscal year 1994 appropriated funds to procure aircraft fuel cells unless such cells are produced or manufactured in the United States by a domestic­operated entity. The clause at 252.225­7038 is to be included in all solicitations and contracts involving fiscal year 1994 funds, unless a waiver has been granted in accordance with 225.7021­2.

Item XLV­­Preference for Local and Small Business

DFARS 219.504 was revised and Subpart 226.71 was added as an interim rule by departmental letter 94­004, effective March 8, 1994, to implement Section 2912 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­160). Section 2912 requires DoD, when entering into contracts as part of the closure or realignment of a military installation under a base closure law, to give preference, to the greatest extent practicable, to qualified businesses located in the vicinity of the installation and to small business and small disadvantaged business concerns. This includes contracts awarded to carry out activities for the environmental restoration and mitigation at military installations to be closed or realigned. The guidance in Subpart 226.71 is to be used when entering into contracts as part of the closure or realignment of a military installation. If there is a reasonable expectation that offers will be received from responsible business concerns located in the vicinity of the military installation that is being closed or realigned, do not set aside the acquisition for small or small disadvantaged businesses unless an offer can be expected from a small or small disadvantaged business located in the vicinity of the installation.

Item XLVI­­Lifeboat Survival Systems

DFARS 225.7022, 225.7022­1, 225.7022­2, and 252.225­7039 were added as an interim rule by departmental letter 94­005, effective April 13, 1994, to implement Section 8124 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations Act, Pub. L. 103­139. Section 8124 prohibits the purchase of totally enclosed lifeboat survival systems, which consist of the lifeboat and associated davits and winches, if less than 50 percent of the entire system's components are manufactured in the United States, and if less than 50 percent of the labor in the manufacture and assembly of the entire system is performed in the United States.

Item XLVII­­Small Disadvantaged Business, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Minority Institutions

DFARS 219.301, 226.7005, 252.219­7000, 252.219­7003, 252.219­7006, 252.226­7000, and 252.226­7001 were revised by departmental letter 94­006, effective April 21, 1994, to implement Subsections 811(a), (b), and (c) of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­160). Subsections 811(a) and (b) revise the definitions for historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) and minority institutions (MI). Subsection 811(c) deletes the requirement for an offeror, that represents itself on a DoD solicitation as small disadvantaged business, HBCU, or MI, to maintain its status as such at the time of award. Under this interim rule, the offeror must qualify as an SDB, HBCU, or MI only at time of submission of the offer.

Item XLVIII­­Economy Act

By memorandum of February 8, 1994, the Secretary of Defense established requirements for approval of a written determination before an Economy Act order may be released outside of DoD for contracting action. DFARS Subpart 217.5 was revised by departmental letter 94­007, effective April 25, 1994, to define the role of the contracting officer in the approval process for Economy Act orders. Contracting officers should provide advice, if requested, to assist requirements personnel in the preparation of written determinations to support Economy Act orders.

Item XLXIX­­Petroleum Products

DFARS 225.401, 225.403, and 225.403­70 were revised by departmental letter 94­008, effective April 26, 1994, to implement Section 8094 of the Fiscal Year 1994 Defense Appropriations

Act (Pub. L. 103­139). Section 8094 requires the Department of Defense to treat offers of petroleum products from eligible countries under the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act the same as offers from designated countries under the Trade Agreements Act.

Under the Trade Agreements Act, designated country end products and Caribbean Basin country end products are evaluated without regard to the Buy American Act or Balance of Payments Program. However, petroleum products were previously excluded from the definition of Caribbean Basin country end products. The revisions of DFARS 225.401, 225.403, and 225.403­70 remove the exclusion of petroleum products from the definition of "Caribbean Basin country end product." This will result in treating offers of petroleum from Caribbean Basin countries as if they were offers from designated countries under the Trade Agreements Act.

Item L­­Editorial Revisions

(Note: The asterisked items are revisions being made only in the looseleaf edition of DFARS.)

(a) The name of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has been changed to the Advanced Research Projects Agency. DFARS has been amended to reflect the name change.

(b) The name of the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization has been changed to the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization. DFARS has been amended to reflect the name change.

(c) The definition of "contracting activity" at DFARS 202.101 is amended to update the contracting activity names that appear under the headings: Department of Defense, Army, Air Force, and On­Site Inspection Agency.

(d) DFARS 204.670­6(b)(2) is amended to revise "Military Airlift Command" to read "Air Mobility Command."

(e) DFARS 209.202(a)(1) is amended to update the addressee within AMC.

(f) DFARS 209.403(1) is amended to update the designation of the Air Force debarring official.

(g) DFARS 214.406­3 is amended to add the General Counsel, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization as BMDO's delegated authority for mistake in bid determinations.

(h) DFARS 215.804­6 is amended to revise the Air Force Contractor Cost Data Reporting (CCDR) System acronym.

(i) DFARS 215.871­3(c) is amended to revise the reference statement "(see 250.871­4)" to read "(see 215.871­4)".

(j) DFARS 215.971­3(d)(2) is amended to revise the reference statement "(see also 217.7406­6(a))" to read "(see also 217.7404­6(a))."

(k) DFARS 215.975(b) is amended to revise the addresses of the Army and Air Force designated offices.

(l) DFARS 219.1005(a) is amended for clarification.

(n) DFARS 222.101­3(3) is amended to revise the reference "RCS DD P&L (AR) 1153" to read "Report Control Symbol DD­ACQ (AR) 1153."

(o) DFARS 225.302(b)(i) is amended to revise the Air Force authority list.

(p) DFARS 225.7004, 225.7007, 225.7010, and 225.7016­1 are revised to update the statutory citations.

(q) DFARS 231.205­18(c)(2) is amended to revise "255.7303­2" to read "225.7303­2."

(r) DFARS 235.015­71(i)(3) is revised to update references to FAR cost accounting standard clauses, which were revised by FAC 90­12.

*(s) DFARS 237.171­1 is amended by removing the letter "a" after the title "Waiver of cost allowability limitations."

(t) DFARS 242.1203(b)(1) is amended to revise the Air Force address.

(u) DFARS 243.205­70 is amended to revise the reference "MIL­STD­480 or 481" to read "MIL­STD­973"; and to remove the parenthetical statement "(The contracting officer must consult technical personnel before determining which MIL­STD to use.)"

(v) DFARS 245.310(c)(ii)(A) is amended to revise the word "Contract" to read "Contact."

(w) DFARS 247.105(a)(iii)(A) and (D) are amended to update the Air Force names and addresses.

(x) DFARS 248.270 is amended by revising the reference "MIL­STD­480 or 481" to read "MIL­STD­973."

(y) DFARS 249.105­1 is amended by revising in the introductory statement the reference "RCS:DD(I&L)(Q&AR)1411" to read "Report Control Symbol DD­ACQ (AR) 1411."

(z) DFARS 249.7001(b)(1) is amended by revising paragraph (b)(1) to read "Army ­ Chief, Legislative Liaison (SALL­SPA)" in lieu of "Army ­ OSA, OCLL, (SACLL), ASA (I&L)."

(aa) DFARS 250.201(b) is amended by revising the reference "FAR Subpart 50.4" to read "FAR Subpart 50.2."

(bb) DFARS 252.203­7001 is amended by removing in paragraph (h) the extra word "the" between the word "contracting" and the word "The."

(cc) DFARS 252.217­7026 is amended by revising at the end of the clause the words "(End of clause)" to read "(End of provision)".

(dd) DFARS 252.223­7006 is amended to revise introductory sentence reference "223.7013" to read "223.7103."

(ee) DFARS 252.225­7025 is amended by revising in paragraph (f) the reference "paragraph (g)" to read "paragraph (f)."

(ff) DFARS 252.225­7031 is amended in the introductory prescription statement by revising the reference "225.770­4" to read "225.770­5."

(gg) DFARS 252.234­7000(a)(4) is amended by revising the acronym "AFSCP" to read "AFMCP."

(hh) DFARS 252.234­7000(b)(1)(i) is amended by revising the acronym "AFSCP" to read "AFMCP."

(ii) DFARS 252.243­7000 is amended to update MIL­STD references.

(jj) DFARS 252.248­7000 is amended to update MIL­STD references.

(kk) DFARS 252.249­7001(a)(1) is amended to add a beginning quotation mark between the paragraph number "(1)" and the word "Major."

*(ll) DFARS part 253 is amended to include updated DD Form 250, DD Form 250C, DD Form 250­1, DD Form 375, DD Form 375C, DD Form 882, DD Form 1149, DD Form 1149C, DD Form 1155, DD Form 1155C­1, DD Form 1342, DD Form 1419, DD Form 1637, DD Form 1639, DD Form 1640, DD Form 1659, DD Form 1662, DD Form 1861, DD Form 2222, DD Form 2222­2, and DD Form 2604. *

(mm) DFARS Appendix F, Parts 3 and 4 are amended to reflect name and address updates for the Air Force.

Interim Rules Adopted as Final Without Changes

PARTS 207 AND 210 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding sections 207.105(b)(15) and 210.002­71 that was published at 58 FR 32061 on June 8, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

PART 219 [AMENDED]

The interim rule amending sections 219.502­1, 219.502­2, and 219.1006 that was published as Item XV of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

PARTS 219 AND 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule amending section 219.602­1 and adding section 252.219­7009 that was published as Item X of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

PART 225 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding 225.7019 and 252.225­7016 that was published as Item XXVIII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

PART 231 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding section 231.205­22(a) that was published as Item XXXIII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

PARTS 237 and 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding sections 237.171, 237.171­1, 237.171­2, 252.237­7020, and 252.237­7021 that was published as Item XXXII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final without change.

Interim Rules Adopted as Final With Changes

PART 209 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding sections 209.406­2 and 209.406­4 that was published as Item VIII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is amended and adopted as final. Section 209.406­4 is removed.

PARTS 209, 215, AND 219 [AMENDED]

This finalizes the interim rule published as Item XIII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993. Section 209.106­2 is adopted without change and sections 215.605(b) and 219.705­2(d) are amended.

PARTS 223 AND 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding subpart 223.71 and section 252.223­7006 that was published as Item XX of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final with a minor editorial correction at 252.223­7006.

PARTS 225 AND 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule adding section 225.7018 and section 252.225­7033 that was published as Item XXVII of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final with an amendment to 225.7018.

PARTS 231 AND 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule revising subpart 231.70 and section 252.231­7001 that was published as Item XXXIV of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final with amendments at 231.7000 and 252.231­7001

PARTS 233 AND 252 [AMENDED]

The interim rule revising section 233.7000 and section 252.233­7000 that was published as Item XXXVI of DAC 91­5 at 58 FR 28458 on May 13, 1993, is adopted as final with amendments to 233.7000 and 252.233­7000.

Amendments to Defense FAR Supplement

The Defense FAR Supplement is amended as set forth below.

1. The authority for 48 CFR parts 202, 204, 207, 209, 210, 214, 215, 219, 222, 223, 225, 226, 231, 232, 233, 235, 237, 242, 243, 245, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, Appendices B, F, G, H, and I continues to read as follows:

Authority: 41 U.S.C. 421 and 48 CFR Part 1.

PART 202­­DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND TERMS

202.101 [Amended]

2. Section 202.101 is amended by adding three activities in the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, to read "Defense Evaluation Support Activity, Department of Defense Office of Dependents Schools and Office of Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services"; by revising under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading ARMY, the entry "Laboratory Command" to read "Research Laboratory"; by removing under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading AIR FORCE, the entries "Air Force Logistics Command" and "Air Force Systems Command" and inserting "Air Force Materiel Command"; by removing under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading AIR FORCE, the entry "Air Force Communications Command"; by revising under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading AIR FORCE the entry "Air Training Command" to read "Air Education and Training Command"; by revising under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading AIR FORCE the entry "Space Command" to read "Air Force Space Command"; by removing under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading AIR FORCE, the entry "Electronic Security Command"; by revising the heading "DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY" to read "ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY"; by revising the heading and subheading "STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE ORGANIZATION, Headquarters, Strategic Defense Initiative Organization" to read "BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION, Headquarters, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization"; by revising in the definition entitled "Departments and agencies" the words "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency" to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency"; by revising in the definition entitled "Departments and agencies" the words "Strategic Defense Initiative Organization" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization"; and by revising under the definition entitled "Contracting activity" under the heading ON­SITE INSPECTION AGENCY, the entry "Headquarters, On­Site Inspection Agency" to read "Acquisition Management Office."

PART 204­­ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

3. Section 204.201 is amended by revising the introductory paragraph to read as follows:

204.201 Procedures.

(1)The procuring contracting officer (PCO) retains the original signed contract for the official contract file. Administrative contracting officers and terminations contracting officers provide the original of each modification to the PCO for retention in the official contract file. Unless otherwise directed by department/agency procedures, the office issuing the orders maintains the original of orders under basic ordering agreements and the original of provisioning orders.

(2)Ensure that distribution of contracts and modifications is consistent with security directives.

* * * * *

204.670­6 [Amended]

4. Section 204.670­6 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(2) the words "Military Airlift Command" to read "Air Mobility Command."

204.7003 [Amended]

5. Section 204.7003 is amended by revising paragraph (a)(1)(i)(J) to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization BMD" in lieu of "Strategic Defense Initiative Office SDIO".

PART 209­­CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS

209.202 [Amended]

6. Section 209.202 is amended by revising in paragraph (a)(1) the entry "Army­­Headquarters, U.S. Army Materiel Command, AMCCE­PSE" to read "Army­­Headquarters, U.S. Army Materiel Command, AMCRD­IC"; by revising in paragraph (a)(1) the entry "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency­­Director, Contracts Management Office" to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency­­Director, Contracts Management Office;" and by revising in paragraph (a)(1) the entry "Strategic Defense Initiative Organization­­Director" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization­­Director."

7. Section 209.402 is added to read as follows:

209.402 Policy.

(d) The uniform suspension and debarment procedures to be followed by all debarring and suspending officials are set out in Appendix H.

(e)The department or agency shall provide a copy of the Debarment and Suspension Procedures at DFARS Appendix H to contractors at the time of their suspension or when they are proposed for debarment, and upon request to other interested parties.

209.403 [Amended]

8. Section 209.403 is amended by revising under the definition entitled "Debarring official" the entry "Air Force­­The Deputy Assistant Secretary (Acquisition)" to read "Air Force­­The Assistant General Counsel for Contractor Responsibility (SAF/GCR)"; by revising under the definition entitled "Debarring official" the entry "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency­­The Director" to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency­­The Director"; and by revising the entry "Strategic Defense Initiative Organization­­The General Counsel" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization­­The General Counsel."

209.406­4 [Removed]

9. Section 209.406­4 is removed.

PART 210­­SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS, AND OTHER PURCHASE DESCRIPTIONS

210.001 [Amended]

10. Section 210.001 is amended by removing the definition of "Bill of Materials."

210.011­70 [Amended]

11. Section 210.011­70 is amended by removing paragraph (d).

210.070 [Removed]

12. Section 210.070 is removed.

PART 214­­SEALED BIDDING

214.406­3 [Amended]

13. Section 214.406­3 is amended by revising paragraph (e)(i) to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency: General Counsel, ARPA" in lieu of "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency: General Counsel, DARPA"; and by adding a new paragraph (e)(ix) to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization: General Counsel, BMDO."

PART 215­­CONTRACTING BY NEGOTIATION

14. Section 215.605 is amended by removing paragraph (a) and revising paragraph (b) to read as follows:

215.605 Evaluation factors.

(b) In acquisitions which require use of the clause at FAR 52.219­9, Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan, the extent of participation of small and small disadvantaged businesses in performance of the contract shall be addressed in source selection.

(i) For acquisitions other than those based only on cost or price competition, the contracting officer shall evaluate the extent to which offerors identify and commit to small business and to small disadvantaged business, historically black college and university, or minority institution performance of the contract, whether as a joint venture, teaming arrangement, or subcontractor.

(ii) Criteria for evaluation may include­­

(A) The extent which such firms are specifically identified in proposals;

(B) The extent of commitment to use such firms;

(C) The complexity and variety of the work small firms are to perform;

(D) The realism of the proposal;

(E) Prior performance of offerors in complying with requirements of the clauses at FAR 52.219­8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns and Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns, and 52.219­9, Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan; and

(F) The extent of participation of such firms in terms of the value of the total acquisition.

(iii) Proposals addressing the extent of small and small disadvantaged business performance may be separate from subcontracting plans submitted pursuant to the clause at FAR 52.219­9, Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan, and should be structured to allow for consideration of offers from small businesses.

* * * * *

15. Section 215.804­3 is amended by revising paragraph (b)(3)(B)(2) and adding paragraph (b)(3)(B)(3) to read as follows:

215.804­3 Exemptions from or waiver of submission of certified cost or pricing data.

* * * * *

(b)(3)(B)(2) Adequate price competition normally exists when­­

(i)Prices are solicited across a full range of step quantities, normally including a 0­100 percent split, from at least two offerors who are individually capable of producing the full quantity; and

(ii)The price reasonableness of all prices awarded is clearly established on the basis of price analysis (see FAR 15.805­2).

(3)If price reasonableness cannot be determined on the basis of price analysis, including the results of negotiations, the exemption at FAR 15.804­3(a)(1) from submisson of certified cost of pricing data shall not apply.

* * * * *

215.804­6 [Amended]

16. Section 215.804­6 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(2)(A) the words "Air Force ­ AFLCP/AFSCP 800­15" to read "Air Force ­ AFMCP 800­15."

17. Section 215.807 is amended by adding a new paragraph (b) to read as follows:

215.807 Prenegotiation objectives.

* * * * *

(b) Prenegotiation objectives, including objectives related to disposition of findings and recommendations contained in preaward and postaward contract audit and other advisory reports, shall be documented and reviewed in accordance with Departmental procedures.

215.871­3 [Amended]

18. Section 215.871­3(c) is amended by revising the reference statement "(see 250.871­4)" to read "(see 215.871­4)".

215.971­3 [Amended]

19. Section 215.971­3 is amended by revising in paragraph (d)(2) the reference "(see also 217.7406­6(a)" to read "(see also 217.7404­6(a)."

20. Section 215.975 is amended by revising paragraph (b) under the headings ARMY and AIR FORCE to read as follows:

215.975 Reporting profit and fee statistics.

(a) * * *

(b) * * *

ARMY

All Army Procurement Research and

Analysis Office

ATTN: SFRD­KPR(WGL)

Bldg 12500, C Wing

Ft. Lee, VA 23801­6045

NAVY * * *

AIR FORCE

Air Force Materiel Command Air Force Materiel Command

(all field offices) 645 CCSG/SCOS

ATTN: J010 Clerk

2721 Sacramento Street

Wright­Patterson Air Force Base Ohio 45433

* * * * *

PART 219­­SMALL BUSINESS AND SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS CONCERNS

21. Section 219.000 is amended by revising the introductory text to read as follows:

219.000 Scope of part.

This part also implements 10 U.S.C. 2323, which sets a goal for DoD for each of fiscal years 1987 through 2000 to ­­

* * * * *

22. Section 219.502­2­70 is amended by revising paragraph (a) introductory text and by revising paragraph (c) to read as follows:

219.502­2­70 Total set­asides for small disadvantaged business concerns.

(a) Except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c), the contracting officer shall set aside an acquisition for small disadvantaged businesses when there is a reasonable expectation that ­­

(1) * * *

(2) * * *

(b) * * *

(c) Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2323(g), the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology), is responsible for determining whether use of small disadvantaged business (SDB) set­asides has caused a particular industry category to bear a disproportionate share of the contracts awarded by a particular contracting activity to achieve its SDB goal. Upon making a determination that a particular industry is bearing a disproportionate share, the OUSD(A&T) SADBU shall limit the use of total SDB set­asides in the affected industry category, at the contracting activity. This limitation shall not apply to solicitations that already had been synopsized as SDB set­asides. Forward requests for a determination through agency channels to OUSD(A&T) SADBU and include­­

(1) The standard industrial (SIC) code(s) affected;

(2) Supporting information to justify the request, including dollars and percentages by the contracting activity, under the affected SIC code(s) for the previous two fiscal years and current fiscal year to date for­­

(i) Total awards;

(ii) Total awards to small businesses;

(iii) Total awards to SDBs; and

(iv) Awards to SDBs under the SDB set­aside program.

(d) See 205.207(d) for information on Commerce Business Daily synopsis.

23. Section 219.705.2 is revised to read as follows:

219.705­2 Determining the need for a subcontracting plan.

(d) See 215.605 for unique DoD requirements.

24. Section 219.808­1 is amended by adding a paragraph (b)(iv) to read as follows:

219.808­1 Sole source.

* * * * *

(iv) Upon award of a contract using these procedures, the contracting officer shall prepare a report to include the following information (RCS DD­ACQ(AR)1930). Accumulate reports at each buying activity and forward, at the end of each fiscal quarter, through agency channels to the Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology.

(A) Title/Description of construction project.

(B) Estimated dollar amount of the contract.

(C) Name of contracting activity and contracting officer.

(D) Name and address of contractor.

(E) Contract number and award date.

25. Section 219.1005 is revised to read as follows:

219.1005 Applicability.

(a)Dredging (SIC 1629, FPDS Y216 and Z216) applies only to the Army Corps of Engineers.

* * * * *

26. Subpart 219.71 is revised to read as follows:

Sec.

219.7100 Scope.

219.7101 Policy.

219.7102 General.

219.7103 Procedures.

219.7103­1 General.

219.7103­2 Contracting officer responsibilities.

219.7104 Developmental assistance costs eligible for reimbursement or credit.

219.7105 Reporting.

Subpart 219.71­­Pilot Mentor­Protege Program

219.7100 Scope.

This subpart implements the Pilot Mentor­Protege Program established under Section 831 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991, Pub. L. 101­510, as amended. The purpose of the Program is to provide incentives for DoD contractors to assist small disadvantaged businesses in enhancing their capabilities and to increase participation of such firms in Government and commercial contracts. Qualified organizations employing the severely disabled, as defined in section 8064A of Pub. L. 102­172, are also eligible to participate as protege firms.

219.7101 Policy.

DoD policy and procedures for implementation of the Program are contained in Appendix I, Policy and Procedures for the DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program.

219.7102 General.

The Program includes­­

(a) Mentor firms, which are prime contractors with at least one active subcontracting plan negotiated under FAR Subpart 19.7.

(b) Protege firms, which are small disadvantaged business (SDB) concerns or qualified organizations employing the severely disabled, eligible for receipt of Federal contracts and selected by the mentor firm.

(c) Mentor­protege agreements, which establish a developmental assistance program for a protege firm.

(d) Incentives, which may be provided to mentor firms by the DoD including:

(1) Reimbursement for developmental assistance costs through­­

(i) A separate contract;

(ii) A separately priced contract line item on a DoD contract; or

(iii) Inclusion of program cost in indirect expense pools.

(2) Credit toward SDB subcontracting goals, established under a subcontracting plan negotiated under FAR Subpart 19.7, for developmental assistance costs which are either reimbursed through indirect expense pools or are not reimbursed; or

(3) A combination of reimbursement and credit.

219.7103 Procedures.

219.7103­1 General.

The procedures for application, acceptance, and participation in the program are in Appendix I, Policy and Procedures for the DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program. The Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology) approves contractors as mentor firms, approves mentor­protege agreements, and forwards approved mentor­protege agreements to the contracting officer when program funding is available through a DoD Program Manager.

219.7103­2 Contracting officer responsibilities.

Contracting officers shall­­

(a) Negotiate an advance agreement on the treatment of developmental assistance costs for credit, reimbursement, or both, if the mentor firm proposes such an agreement, or delegate authority to negotiate to the administrative contracting officer (see FAR 31.109).

(b) Modify (without consideration) applicable contract(s) to incorporate the clause at 252.232­7005, Reimbursement of Subcontractor Advance Payments­DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program, when advance payments are provided by a mentor firm to a protege firm under the Program and the mentor firm requests reimbursement of advance payments.

(c) Modify (without consideration) applicable contract(s) to incorporate other than customary progress payments for small disadvantaged businesses in accordance with FAR 32.504(c) if such payments are provided by a mentor firm to a protege firm and the mentor firm requests reimbursement.

(d) Modify applicable contract(s) to establish a contract line item for reimbursement of developmental assistance costs­­

(1) When funds have been made available for that purpose by a DoD program manager; and

(2) The contractor has an approved mentor­protege agreement.

(e) Advise contractors of reporting requirements in Appendix I.

219.7104 Developmental assistance costs eligible for reimbursement or credit.

(a) Developmental assistance provided under an approved mentor­protege agreement is distinct from, and shall not duplicate, any effort that is the normal and expected product of the award and administration of the mentor firm's subcontracts. Costs associated with the latter shall be accumulated and charged in accordance with the contractor's approved accounting practices. Mentor firm costs which are eligible for reimbursement are set forth in Appendix I.

(b) Before incurring any costs under the Program, mentor firms need to establish the accounting treatment of developmental assistance costs eligible for reimbursement or credit. Advance agreements are encouraged. To be eligible for reimbursement under the Program, costs must be incurred before October 1, 1996.

(c) If the mentor firm is suspended or debarred while performing under an approved mentor­protege agreement, the mentor firm may not be reimbursed or credited for developmental assistance costs incurred more than 30 days after the imposition of the suspension or debarment.

(d) Developmental assistance costs, incurred by a mentor firm before October 1, 1999, that are eligible for crediting under the Program may be credited towards subcontracting plan goals as set forth in Appendix I.

219.7105 Reporting.

Mentor firms shall report on the progress made under active mentor­protege agreements semi­annually as indicated in Section I­111 of Appendix I.

27. Section 219.808­1 is amended by adding paragraph (b)(iv) to read as follows:

219.808­1 Sole source.

(b) * * *

(iv) Upon award of a contract using these procedures, the contracting officer shall prepare a report to include the following information (RCS DD­ACQ(AR)1930). Accumulate reports at each buying activity and forward, at the end of each fiscal quarter, through agency channels to the Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition.

(A) Title/Description of construction project.

(B) Estimated dollar amount of the contract.

(C) Name of contracting activity and contracting officer.

(D) Name and address of contractor.

(E) Contract number and award date.

PART 222­­APPLICATION OF LABOR LAWS TO GOVERNMENT ACQUISITIONS

222.101­3 [Amended]

28. Section 222.101­3 is amended by revising in paragraph (3) the reference "RCS DD P&L (AR) 1153" to read "Report Control Symbol DD­ACQ (AR) 1153."

PART 223­­ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, AND DRUG­FREE WORKPLACE

223.370­4 [Amended]

29. Section 223.370­4 is amended in paragraph (b)(1)(ii) by revising the last sentence in the introductory text to read "The contracting officer shall make a decision after considering recommendations of the ACO and safety personnel responsible for ammunition and explosive safety."

PART 225­­FOREIGN ACQUISITION

225.302 [Amended]

30. Section 225.302 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(i) the entries under the heading AIR FORCE to read "Commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Commander, Pacific Air Forces, Commander, Air Mobility Command, Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Commander, Air Combat Command, Commander, Air Force Space Command"; and by revising the entry "DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY, Director, Contracts Management Office" to read "ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY, Director, Contracts Management Office."

31. Section 225.702 is revised to read as follows:

225.702 Restrictions.

See 209.104­1(g)(i) for restrictions on contracting with firms owned or controlled by foreign governments that support terrorism. See 209.104­1(g)(ii) for prohibition on award of a DoD contract under a national security program to a company owned by an entity controlled by a foreign government when access to proscribed information is required to perform the contract.

225.703 [Removed]

32. Section 225.703 is removed.

225.704 [Removed]

33. Section 225.704 is removed.

225.704­70 [Removed]

34. Section 225.704­70 is removed.

35. Section 225.7002 is revised to read as follows:

225.7002 Restrictions on food, clothing, fabrics, specialty metals, and hand or measuring tools.

36. Section 225.7002­1 is amended by adding paragraph (c) to read as follows:

225.7002­1 Restrictions.

* * * * *

(c) Do not acquire hand or measuring tools that were not produced in the United States or its possessions.

225.7002­2 [Amended]

37. Section 225.7002­2 is amended by revising paragraph (a); by revising paragraph (d); and by revising paragraph (i) to read as follows:

225.7002­2 Exceptions.

* * * * *

(a) Any of the items in 225.7002­1(a) or (b), if the Secretary concerned, or designee, determines that they cannot be acquired when needed in a satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity grown or produced in the United States or its possessions at U.S. market prices.

* * * * *

(d) Acquisitions of those supplies listed in FAR 25.108(d)(1), unless the supplies are hand or measuring tools.

* * * * *

(i) Purchases of specialty metals and chemical warfare protective clothing when the acquisition furthers an agreement with a qualifying country (see 225.872)."

38. Section 225.7002­4 is amended by adding an introductory statement; and by adding paragraph (d) to read as follows:

225.7002­4 Contract clauses.

Unless an exception is known to apply­­

* * * * *

(d) Use the clause at 252.225­7015, Preference for Domestic Hand or Measuring Tools, in all solicitations and contracts over the threshold in FAR 13.000 calling for delivery of hand or measuring tools.

225.7003 [Removed and Reserved]

39. Section 225.7003 is removed and reserved.

225.7003­1 [Removed]

40. Section 225.7003­1 is removed.

225.7003­2 [Removed]

41. Section 225.7003­2 is removed.

225.7004 [Amended]

42. Section 225.7004 is amended by revising in paragraph (a) the reference "10 U.S.C. 2507(d)" to read "10 U.S.C. 2534(c)."

225.7007 [Amended]

43. Section 225.7007 is amended by revising in paragraph (a) the reference "(10 U.S.C. 2507(a))" to read "(10 U.S.C. 2534(a))."

225.7010 [Amended]

44. Section 225.7010 is amended by revising in the introductory paragraph the reference "10 U.S.C. 2507(b)" to read "10 U.S.C. 2534(b)."

45. Section 225.7011 is revised to read as follows:

225.7011 Restriction on Ballistic Missile Defense research, development, test, and evaluation.

225.7011­1 [Amended]

46. Section 225.7011­1 is amended by revising the words "Strategic Defense Initiative" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense."

225.7011­2 [Amended]

47. Section 225.7011­2 is amended by revising in paragraph (a) the words "Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD); and by revising in paragraph (c) the acronym "(SDI)" to read "BMD)."

225.7011­4 [Amended]

48. Section 225.7011­4 is amended by revising in paragraph (b) the words "SDI Organization, ATTN: SDIO/IPM" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, ATTN: BMDO/DRI."

225.7011­5 [Amended]

49. Section 225.7011­5 is amended by revising in the introductory sentence the words "Strategic Defense Initiative" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense"; and by revising in the introductory sentence the acronym "SDI" to read "BDM."

225.7014 [Removed and Reserved]

50. Section 225.7014 is removed and reserved.

225.7014­1 [Removed]

51. Section 225.7014­1 is removed.

225.7014­2 [Removed]

52. Section 225.7014­2 is removed.

225.7014­3 [Removed]

53. Section 225.7014­2 is removed.

225.7016­1 [Amended]

54. Section 225.7016­1 is amended by revising in the introductory paragraph the reference "10 U.S.C. 2507(f)" to read "10 U.S.C. 2534(e)."

55. Section 225.7018­1 is revised to read as follows:

225.7018­1 Restriction.

In accordance with Section 9108 of Pub. L. 102­396, no fiscal year 1993 funds shall be used to procure four ton dolly jacks manufactured outside the United States.

56. Section 225.7018­3 is revised to read as follows:

225.7018­3 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.225­7033, Restriction on Acquisition of Four Ton Dolly Jacks, in solicitations and contracts that use fiscal year 1993 funds for the acquisition of four ton dolly jacks.

57. Sections 225.7020, 225.7020­1, and 225.7020­2 are added to read as follows:

225.7020 Restriction on coal and petroleum pitch carbon fiber.

225.7020­1 Restriction.

(a) Section 8040A of Pub. L. 102­172, and section 9040A of Pub. L. 102­396, require the Secretary of Defense to take such action as necessary to ensure by fiscal year 1994 that a minimum of 75 percent of the annual DoD requirements for coal and petroleum pitch carbon fibers is acquired from domestic sources.

(b) To meet this goal, all new major systems must use U.S. or Canadian manufacturers or producers for all coal and petroleum pitch carbon fiber requirements.

225.7020­2 Contract clause.

(a) Use the clause of 252.224­7034, Restriction on Acquisition of Coal and Petroleum Pitch Carbon Fiber, in all acquisitions for major systems (as defined in FAR Part 34) that are not yet in production (milestone III as defined in DoDI 5000.2, Defense Acquisition Program Procedures.)

(b) Contracting officers may, with the approval of the head of the contracting activity, waive, in whole or in part, the manufacturing/production requirement in paragraph (b) of the clause at 252.225­7034. For example, a waiver is justified if a qualified U.S. or Canadian source cannot meet scheduling requirements.

PART 226­­OTHER SOCIOECONOMIC PROGRAMS

58. Section 226.7000 is revised to read as follows:

226.7000 Scope of subpart.

This subpart implements the historically black college and university (HBCU) and minority institution (MI) provisions of 10 U.S.C. 2323, which­­

(a) Set a goal for DoD for each of fiscal years 1987 through 2000 to award five percent of contract and subcontract dollars to small disadvantaged business concerns and HBCU/MIs; and

(b) Require a separate goal, for each of fiscal years 1991 through 2000, as a subset of the five percent goal, for the participation of HBCUs and MIs.

PART 231­­CONTRACT COST PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES

59. Section 231.100­70 is revised to read as follows:

231.100­70 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.231­7000, Supplemental Cost Principles, in all solicitations and contracts which are subject to the principles and procedures described in FAR Subparts 31.1, 31.2, 31.6, or 31.7.

231.205­18 [Amended]

60. Section 231.205­18 is amended to revise in paragraph (c)(2) the reference "255.7303­2" to read "225.7303­2."

61. Section 231.7000 is revised to read as follows:

231.7000 Scope of subpart.

(a) This subpart implements 10 U.S.C. 2324(a) through (d). It covers the assessment of penalties against contractors which include unallowable indirect costs in­­

(1) Final indirect cost rate proposals, or

(2) The final statement of costs incurred or estimated to be incurred under a fixed­price incentive contract.

(b) This subpart applies to all DoD contracts awarded after February 26, 1987, in excess of $100,000, except fixed­price contracts without cost incentives.

(c) The status of the Government's audit of the final indirect cost proposal will determine whether penalties should be assessed under 231.7001 or 231.7002. An audit will be deemed to be formally initiated when the Government provides the contractor with written notice that audit work on a specific final indirect cost proposal has begun or the Government holds an audit entrance conference with the contractor.

231.7001 [Amended]

62. Section 231.7001 is amended by revising the word "initiates" to read "initiated."

63. Section 231.7002­1 is revised to read as follows:

231.7002­1 General.

(a)* * *

(1) * * *

(i) The amount of the disallowed costs allocated to contracts that are subject to this Subpart for which an indirect cost proposal has been submitted, plus

* * * * *

(b) These penalties are in addition to other administrative, civil, and criminal penalties provided by law.

* * * * *

231.7002­2 [Amended}

64. Section 231.7002­2 is amended by redesignating paragraph (c) as paragraph (b) and removing in redesignated paragraph (b) the word "rate" between the word "cost" and the word "proposals."

231.7002­3 [Amended]

65. Section 231.7002­3 is amended by revising the parenthetical statement in paragraph (b)(1) to read "(see 242.705­2)" in lieu of "(see FAR 42.705­2)."

231.7002­4 [Amended]

66. Section 231.7002­4 is amended by inserting in paragraph (b) between the word "of" and the word "Treasury" the word "the."

231.7002­5 [Amended]

67. Section 231.7002­5 is amended by inserting in the parenthetical statement in paragraph (c)(1) between the word "include" and the word "satisfactory" the words "the types of controls required for."

PART 233­­PROTESTS, DISPUTES, AND APPEALS

233.1 [Removed]

68. Subpart 233.1 is removed in its entirety.

69. Section 233.7000 is amended by revising paragraph (a) to read as follows:

233.7000 Policy.

(a) Before payment can be made on a claim (see definition in FAR 33.201), a request for equitable adjustment to contract terms, a request for relief under Pub. L. 85­804 (see FAR Part 50), or another similar request that exceeds $100,000, 10 U.S.C. 2410e requires that­­

(1) The contractor certify the claim or request as required by FAR 33.207; and

(2) The person certifying the claim or request be an individual who is authorized to bind the contractor and who has knowledge of­­

(i) The basis of the claim or request;

(ii) The accuracy and completeness of the supporting data; and

(iii) The claim or request.

* * * * *

PART 235­­RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTING

70. Section 235.006 is amended by revising paragraphs (b)(i)(C)(1), (b)(ii) and (b)(iii) to read as follows:

235.006 Contracting methods and contract type.

* * * * *

(b)(i)* * *

(A) * * *

(B) * * *

(C) * * *

(1) By the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology) (USD(A&T)) for­­

* * * * *

(ii) The contracting officer must obtain USD(A&T) approval of the Government's prenegotiation position before negotiations begin and must obtain USD(A&T) approval of the negotiated agreement with the contractor before the agreement is executed for any action that is­­

(A) An increase of more than $250 million in the price or ceiling price of a fixed­price type development contract, or a fixed­price type contract for the lead ship of a class;

(B) A reduction in the amount of work under a fixed­price type development contract or a fixed­price type contract for the lead ship of a class, when the value of the work deleted is $100 million or more; or

(C) A repricing of fixed­price type production options to a development contract, or a contract for the lead ship of a class, which increases the price or ceiling price by more than $250 million for equivalent quantities.

(iii) Notify the USD(A&T) of an intent not to exercise a fixed­price production option on a development contract for a major weapon system reasonably in advance of the expiration of the option exercise period.

. Section 235.015 is revised to read as follows:

235.015 Contracts for research with educational institutions and nonprofit organizations.

(b) Basic agreements.

(3) When using a basic agreement­­

(i) Incorporate it by reference in Section I of the contract; and

(ii) Incorporate any special clause requirements in Section H.

71. Section 235.015­71 is amended by revising paragraph (i)(3) to read as follows:

235.015­71 Short form research contract (SFRC).

* * * * *

(3) The following clauses should be incorporated by reference in all SFRC contracts of $100,000 or more. Clauses with a double asterisk (**) apply to nonprofit organizations only.

FAR 52.203­12 Limitation on Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions

252.203­7000 Statutory Prohibitions on Compensation to Former Department of Defense Employees

FAR 52.222­2 Payment for Overtime Premiums (The word

"zero" is inserted in the blank space indicated by an asterisk.)

FAR 52.223­2 Clean Air and Water Act (Applies if contract

amount exceeds the dollar amount set forth in the preamble to the clause.)

**FAR 52.230­2 Cost Accounting Standards (If contract is not

exempt under 48 CFR Chapter 99 (Appendix B, FAR looseleaf edition), Subpart 9903.201.)

**FAR 52.230­3 Disclosure and Consistency of Cost Accounting

Practices (If contract is not exempt under

48 CFR Chapter 99 (Appendix B, FAR looseleaf edition), Subpart 9903.201.)

**FAR 52.230­5 Administration of Cost Accounting Standards

(If contract is not exempt under 48 CFR Chapter 99 (Appendix B, FAR looseleaf edition), Subpart 9903.201.)

252.231­7001 Penalties for Unallowable Costs

252.233­7000 Certification of Claims and Requests for

Adjustment or Relief

* * * * *

PART 236­­CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECT­ENGINEER CONTRACTS

72. Section 236.602­1 is amended by adding a new paragraph (a)(i)(6)(C) to read as follows:

236.602­1 Selection criteria.

(a)(i) * * *

(6)* * *

(A)* * *

(B)* * *

(C) Consider the extent to which potential contractors identify and commit to small business and to small disadvantaged business, historically black college and university, or minority institution performance of the contract, whether as a joint venture, teaming arrangement, or subcontractor.

PART 242­­CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

73. Section 242.205 is revised to read as follows:

242.205 Designation of the paying office.

(1) For contracts assigned to the Defense Contract Management Command (DCMC), designate as the paying office­­

(i) The cognizant Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) payment office as specified in the DoD Directory of Contract Administration Services Components

(DLAH 4105.4), for contracts funded with DoD funds;

(ii) The department or agency payment office if authorized by defense financial management regulations or if the contract is funded with non­DoD funds; or

(iii) Multiple paying offices under paragraphs (1)(i) and (ii) of this section­­if the contract is funded with both DoD and non­DoD funds.

* * * * *

242.1203 [Amended]

74. Section 242.1203 is amended to revise in paragraph (b)(1) the Air Force address "HQ, U.S. Air Force Systems Command, ATTN: PKCP, Andrews AFB, DC 20334­5000" to read "HQ Air Force Materiel Command, ATTN: AFMC/PKM, 4375 Chidlaw Road, Suite 6, Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433­5006."

PART 243­­CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS

75. Section 243.205­70 is revised to read as follows:

243.205­70 Engineering change proposals.

Engineering changes can originate with either the contractor or the Government. In either case, the Government will need detailed information from the contractor for evaluation of the technical, cost, and schedule effects of implementing the change. When the contracting officer wants this information submitted in the format prescribed by MIL­STD­973, use the clause at 252.243­7000, Engineering Change Proposals. Use the clause with its Alternate I, when appropriate, to discourage submission of a large number of small dollar, contractor originated engineering change proposals.

PART 245­­GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

245.310 [Amended]

76. Section 245.310 is amended to revise in paragraph (c)(ii)(A) the word "Contract" to read "Contact."

77. Section 245.505­14 is revised to read as follows:

245.505­14 Reports of Government property.

(a) Use the clause at 252.245­7001, Reports of Government Property, in all solicitations and contracts containing one of the following clauses­­

(1) FAR 52.245­2, Government Property (Fixed­Price Contracts);

(2) FAR 52.245­5, Government Property (Cost Reimbursement, Time­and­Material, or Labor­Hour Contracts;

(3) FAR 52.245­7, Government Property (Consolidated Facilities);

(4) FAR 52.245­10, Government Property (Facilities Acquisition); or

(5) FAR 52.245­11, Government Property (Facilities Use).

78. Section 245.607­2 is revised to read as follows:

245.607­2 Recovering precious metals.

(b) Precious metals are silver, gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, osmium, and ruthenium.

(i) At the beginning of every fiscal year, the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) will provide each contract administration office with disposition instructions for certain categories of precious metals­bearing property, including scrap and usable items containing recoverable quantities of these metals. The disposition instructions­­

(A) Will remain in effect for the entire fiscal year, unless modified by DRMS; and

(B) Will contain a fund citation to be used when disposition requires shipment of precious metals­bearing property for recovery.

(ii) Plant clearance officers shall obtain disposition instructions for precious metals­bearing property not covered by the annual disposition instructions from the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, ATTN: DRMS­OC, 74 N. Washngton(SIC) Avenue, Battle Creek, MI 49017­3092.

PART 247­­TRANSPORTATION

79. Section 247.105 is revised to read as follows:

247.105 Transportation assistance.

(a)(i)* * *

(ii) * * *

(iii)* * *

(A) Originating in CONUS, request assistance from the appropriate military activity; i.e., the Air Mobility Command (AMC), Military Sealift Command (MSC), MTMC, or the military service sponsoring the cargo;

* * * * *

(D) * * *

Air Force Applicable overseas Air Force Command

HQ PACAF/LGT

25 East Street, Suite I­326

Hickam AFB, HI 96853­5427

HQ USAFE/LGT

Unit 3050, Box 105

APO AE 09094­0105

HQ AFSPACECOM/LGT

150 Vandenberg Street, Suite 1105

Peterson AFB, CO 80914­4435

* * * * *

PART 248­­VALUE ENGINEERING

248.270 [Amended]

80. Section 248.270 is amended by revising the reference "MIL­STD­480 or 481" to read "MIL­STD­973."

PART 249­­TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS

249.105­1 [Amended]

81. Section 249.105­1 is amended by revising in the introductory statement the reference "RCS:DD(I&L)(Q&AR)1411" to read "Report Control Symbol DD­ACQ (AR) 1411."

249.7001 [Amended]

82. Section 249.7001 is amended by revising paragraph (b)(1) to read "Army ­ Chief, Legislative Liaison (SALL­SPA)" in lieu of "Army ­ OSA, OCLL, (SACLL), ASA (I&L)"; by revising paragraph (b)(4) to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency ­ CMO" in lieu of "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ­ CMO"; and by revising paragraph paragraph(SIC) (b)(12) to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization ­ Director of Contracts (BMDO­DCT)" in lieu of "Strategic Defense Initiative Organization ­ Director of Contracts (Code CT)."

83. Section 249.7003 is revised to read as follows:

249.7003 Notification of proposed program termination or reduction.

(a) Section 1372 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 (Pub. Law 103­160), is intended to help establish benefit eligibility under the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1661 and 1662) for employees of DoD contractors and

subcontractors adversely affected by termination or substantial reductions in major defense programs.

(b) Departments and agencies are responsible for establishing procedures to:

(1) Determine which defense programs are proposed for termination or substantial reduction as a result of the submission of the President's budget, and which are likely to be terminated or substantially reduced as a result of enactment of an appropriations act.

(2) Within 90 days of such submission or enactment, provide notice of the proposed or anticipated termination or reduction­­

(i) By general notice in the Federal Register;

(ii) In case of an enactment, to the Secretary of Labor; and

(iii) Through the contracting officer to each prime contractor, unless in the case of an enactment, notice was given at budget submission.

(3) Within 90 days after an enactment provides sufficient funding for a program, provide notice withdrawing the notices provided in 249.7003(b)(2)­­

(i) By general notice in the Federal Register; and

(ii) Through the contracting officer to each prime contractor.

(c) The notification provided under (b)(2)(iii) shall be substantially as follows:

"Section 1372 of the Fiscal Year 1994 National Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­160) requires that each prime contractor under a major defense program be notified if the program is likely to be or proposed for termination or substantial reduction. (The terms "major defense program" and "substantial reduction" are defined in the Notification of Proposed Program Termination or Reduction clause of your contract (insert contract number).)

You are hereby notified that the (insert program name) has been (contracting officer to insert either (1) or (2))­­

(1) proposed to be (insert "terminated" or "substantially reduced") by the Fiscal Year (insert fiscal year) President's budget; or

(2) identified as likely to be (insert "terminated" or "substantially reduced") by the Fiscal Year (insert fiscal year) Defense Appropriations Act.

While this notice is provided pursuant to section 1372, the impact on individual contracts has not yet been determined. This is not a notice of termination under the Termination for Convenience or Default clauses of your contract.

Your responsibilities upon receipt of this notice are set forth in the Notification of Proposed Program Termination or Reduction clause in your contract."

(d) Use the clause at 252.249­7002, Notification of Proposed Program Termination or Reduction, in all contracts under a major defense program.

PART 250­­EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

250.201 [Amended]

84. Section 250.201 is amended by revising in paragraph (b) the reference "FAR Subpart 50.4" to read "FAR Subpart 50.2."

250.303 [Amended]

85. Section 250.303 is amended by revising number (5) in the introductory list to read "Advanced Research Projects Agency­­Director, CMO" in lieu of "Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency­­Director, CMO"; and by revising number (13) in the introductory list to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization­­Director, BMDO" in lieu of "Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, Director, SDIO."

PART 251­­USE OF GOVERNMENT SOURCES BY CONTRACTORS

251.106 [Removed]

86. Section 251.106 is removed in its entirety.

PART 252­­Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses

252.203­7001 [Amended]

87. Section 252.203­7001 is amended by removing in paragraph (h) the extra word "the" between the word "contracting" and the word "The."

252.210­7005 [Removed]

88. Section 252.210­7005 is removed.

252.217­7026 [Amended]

89. Section 252.217­7026 is amended by revising at the end of the clause the words "(End of clause)" to read "(End of provision)".

252.219­7003 [Amended]

90. Section 252.219­7003 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(APR 1993)" and by revising paragraph (c)(2) to read "It meets the requirements of 10 U.S.C. 2323a."

252.219­7008 [Removed and Reserved]

91. Section 252.219­7008 is removed and the section marked "Reserved."

252.223­7002 [Amended]

92. Section 252.223­7002 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(DEC 1991)"; by redesignating paragraph (a)(2)(iv) as paragraph (a)(2)(v); by redesignating paragraph (a)(2)(v) as paragraph (a)(2)(vi); by adding a new paragraph (iv) to read "(iv) Oxidizers"; and by revising paragraph (b)(1) to read "The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the DoD Contractors' Safety Manual for Ammunition and Explosives, DoD 4145.26­M, hereafter referred to as "the manual," in effect on the date of the solicitation for this contract. The Contractor shall also comply with any other additional requirements included in the schedule of this contract."

252.223­7006 [Amended]

93. Section 252.223­7006 is amended by revising in the introductory sentence the reference "223.7013" to read "223.7103."

252.225­7011 [Removed and Reserved]

94. Section 252.225­7011 is removed.

95. Section 252.225­7012 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(DEC 1991)" and by revising paragraph (b)(1) to read as follows:

252.225­7012 Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities.

* * * * *

(b) * * *

(1) To supplies listed in FAR 25.108(d)(1), or other supplies for which the Government has determined that a satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity cannot be acquired as and when needed at U.S. market prices;

* * * * *

252.225­7015 [Amended]

96. Section 252.225­7015 is amended by revising the reference in the introductory statement to read "225.7002­4(d)" in lieu of "225.7003­2."

252.225­7018 [Amended]

97. Section 252.225­7018 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(DEC 1991)"; by revising in the section title the words "Strategic Defense Initiative" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense"; by revising in the clause title the words "Strategic Defense Initiative" to read "BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE"; by revising in paragraph (b) of the clause the words "Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)"; by revising in paragraph (c) the two references "(SDI)" to read "(BMD)."

252.225­7023 [Removed and Reserved]

98. Section 252.225­7023 is removed and reserved.

252.225­7025 [Amended]

99. Section 252.225­7025 is amended by revising in paragraph (f) the reference "paragraph (g)" to read "paragraph (f)."

252.225­7031 [Amended]

100. Section 252.225­7031 is amended in the introductory prescription statement by revising the reference "225.770­4" to read "225.770­5."

101. Section 252.225­7034 is added to read as follows:

252.225­7034 Restriction on Acquisition of Coal and Petroleum Pitch Carbon Fiber.

As prescribed in 225.7020­2, use the following clause:

RESTRICTION ON ACQUISITION OF COAL AND PETROLEUM PITCH CARBON FIBER (MAY 1994)

(a) This clause applies only if the end product furnished under this contract contains coal and petroleum pitch carbon fibers.

(b) Coal and petroleum pitch carbon fibers contained in the end product shall be manufactured in the United States or Canada using coal and petroleum pitch precursor produced in the United States or Canada.

(c) The Contracting Officer may waive the requirement in paragraph (b) in whole or in part. The Contractor may request a waiver from the Contracting Officer by identifying the circumstances and including a plan to qualify U.S. or Canadian sources expeditiously.

(End of clause)

252.227­7013 [Amended]

102. Section 252.227­7013, Alternate II, is amended by revising the Alternate II date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(APR 1993)"; by revising paragraph (b)(2)(i); by revising in paragraph (b)(3) the introductory text; by removing in the first sentence of paragraph (b)(3)(ii) between the word "after" and the word "acceptance" the words "delivery and"; by inserting in the first sentence of paragraph (b)(3)(ii) between the word "in" and the word "DFARS" the word "the;" by inserting in the second sentence of paragraph (b)(3)(ii) between the word "in" and the word "DFARS" the word "the"; by revising in the last sentence of paragraph (b)(3)(ii) the words "on Government purpose license rights." to read "of Government Purpose License Rights."; by adding to the end of the first sentence of paragraph (c)(1)(i) the words "for a period of four (4) years (or such longer period as may be authorized by the Contracting Officers for good cause shown) after acceptance of the last deliverable item under the contract under which the computer software was generated."; and by revising paragraph (c)(2) to read as follows:

ALTERNATE II (MAY 1994)

(b)* * *

(1)* * *

(2) Limited Rights.

The Government shall have limited rights in:

(i) Unpublished technical data pertaining to items, components or processes developed exclusively at private expense, and unpublished computer software documentation related to computer software that is acquired with restricted rights, other than such data included in (b)(1) of this clause. The limited rights shall be for a period of four (4) years (or such longer period as may be authorized by the Contracting Officer for good cause shown) after acceptance of the last deliverable item under the contract under which the technical data or computer software documentation were generated. Limited rights shall be effective provided that only the portion or portions of each piece of data to which limited rights are to be asserted are identified (for example, by circling, underscoring, or a note), and that the piece of data is marked with the legend below containing:

* * * * *

(3) Government Purpose License Rights.

After the expiration of the four (4) year limited rights period established in paragraph (b)(2), the Government shall have Government Purpose License Rights in any technical data generated or required to be delivered under this contract or any subcontract hereunder, which is not otherwise subject to unlimited rights under subparagraph (b)(1) of this clause. The Government shall not be liable for unauthorized use or disclosure of the data by third parties.

Government Purpose License Rights shall be effective provided that only the portion or portions of each piece of data to which such rights are to be asserted are identified (for example, by circling, underscoring, or a note), and that the piece of data is marked with the legend below:

* * * * *

(c)* * *

(1)* * *

(2) Government Purpose License Rights.

After the expiration of the four (4) year restricted rights period established in paragraph (c)(1), the Government shall have Government Purpose License Rights in:

(i) Computer software generated in the performance of experimental, developmental or research work which was specified as an element of performance in this or any Government contract or subcontract;

(ii) Computer software required to be originated or developed under a Government contract, or generated as a necessary part of performing a contract; and

(iii) Any other computer software required to be prepared or delivered under this contract or any subcontract hereunder, which is not otherwise subject to restricted or unlimited rights under subparagraph (c)(1) or (c)(3) of this clause. Government Purpose License Rights shall be effective provided that each unit of software is marked with an abbreviated license rights legend reciting that the use, duplication, or disclosure of the software is subject to the same restrictions included in the same contract

(identified by number) with the same contractor (identified by name). The Government assumes no liability for unauthorized use, duplication, or disclosure by others.

* * * * *

252.231­7001 [Amended]

103. Section 252.231­7001 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(APR 1993)"; by inserting in paragraph (b) between the word "unallowable" and the word "costs" the word "indirect"; by revising the punctuation at the end of paragraph (d)(2)(i) to a comma in lieu of a period and by adding the word "and" after the comma; and by adding at the end of paragraph (e) the words "allocated to this contract."

104. Section 252.233­7000 is amended by revising the clause date to read "(MAY 1994)" in lieu of "(APR 1993)"; by revising paragraph (a); and by revising paragraph (d) to read as follows:

252.233­7000 Certification of Claims and Requests for Adjustment or Relief.

* * * * *

(a) * * *

I certify that the claim is made in good faith, that the supporting data are accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief; that the amount requested accurately reflects the contract adjustment for which the Contractor believes the Government is liable; and that I am duly authorized to certify the claim on behalf of the Contractor.

___________________________________

(Official's Name)

___________________________________

(Title)

* * * * *

(d) In those situations where no claim certification for the purposes of 10 U.S.C. 2410e has been submitted prior to the inception of a contract dispute, a single certification, using the language prescribed by the Contract Disputes Act (41 U.S.C. 601 et seq.) but signed by an individual who is authorized to bind the contractor and who has knowledge of the basis of the claim or request, knowledge of the accuracy and completeness of the supporting data, and knowledge of the claim or request, will satisfy the certification requirements of both statutes.

* * * * *

252.234­7000 [Amended]

105. Section 252.234­7000 is amended by revising in paragraph (a)(4) the acronym "AFSCP" to read "AFMCP."

252.234­7001[Amended]

106. Section 252.234­7001 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(1)(i) the acronym "AFSCP" to read "AFMCP."

107. Section 252.243­7000 is revised to read as follows:

252.243­7000 Engineering Change Proposals.

As prescribed in 243.205­70, use the following clause:

ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSALS (MAY 1994)

(a) The Contracting Officer may ask the Contractor to prepare engineering change proposals for engineering changes within the scope of this contract. Upon receipt of a written request from the Contracting Officer, the Contractor shall prepare and submit an

engineering change proposal in accordance with the instructions of MIL­STD­973, in effect on the date of contract award.

(b) The Contractor may initiate engineering change proposals. Contractor initiated engineering change proposals shall include a "not to exceed" price* or a "not less than" price* and delivery adjustment. If the Contracting Officer orders the engineering

change, the increase shall not exceed nor the decrease be less than the "not to exceed" or "not less than" amounts**.

(c) When the price** of the engineering change is $500,000 or more, the Contractor shall submit

(1) A completed SF 1411, Contract Pricing Proposal Cover Sheet, and

(2) At the time of agreement on price*, a signed Certificate of Current Cost or Pricing Data.

(End of clause)

ALTERNATE I (MAY 1994)

As prescribed in 243.205­70, add the following paragraph (d) to the basic clause:

(d) If the price* of a Contractor initiated engineering change is __________*** or less, the change, if ordered, shall be made at no adjustment in the contract price*.

*Use a term suitable for the type of contract

**In cost reimbursement type contracts, replace this sentence with the following: "Change orders issued under the Changes clause of this contract are not an authorization to exceed the estimated cost in the schedule unless there is a statement in the change order, or other contract modification, increasing the estimated cost."

***Insert a percentage of the contract price or a dollar amount

108. Section 252.245­7001 is added to read as follows:

252.245­7001 Reports of Government Property.

As prescribed in 245.505­14(a), use the following clause:

REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY (MAY 1994)

(a) The Contractor shall provide an annual report­­

(1) For all DoD property for which the Contractor is accountable under the contract;

(2) Prepared in accordance with the requirements of DD Form 1662, DoD Property in the Custody of Contractors, or approved substitute, including instructions on the reverse side of the form;

(3) In duplicate, to the cognizant Government property administrator, no later than October 31.

(b) The Contractor is responsible for reporting all Government property accountable to this contract, including that at subcontractor and alternate locations.

(End of clause)

109. Section 252.248­7000 is revised to read as follows:

252.248­7000 Preparation of Value Engineering Change Proposals.

As prescribed in 248.270, use the following clause:

PREPARATION OF VALUE ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSALS (MAY 1994)

Prepare value engineering change proposals, for submission pursuant to the value engineering clause of this contract, in the format prescribed by the version of MIL­STD­973 in effect on the date of contract award.

(End of clause)

110. Section 252.249­7002 is revised to read as follows:

252.249­7002 Notification of Proposed Program Termination or Reduction.

As prescribed in 249.7003(d), use the following clause:

NOTIFICATION OF PROPOSED PROGRAM TERMINATION OR REDUCTION (MAY 1994)

(a) Definitions.

"Major defense program" means a program that is carried out to produce or acquire a major system (as defined in 10 U.S.C. 2302) (see also DoD Instruction 5000.2, Defense Acquisition Management Policies and Procedures, Acquisition Categories I and II).

"Substantial reduction" means a reduction of 25 percent or more in the total dollar value of contracts under the program.

(b) Section 1372 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 is intended to help establish benefit eligibility under the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1661 and 1662) for employees of DoD contractors and subcontractors adversely affected by termination or substantial reductions in major defense programs.

(c) Notice to employees and state and local officials.

Within two weeks after the Contracting Officer notifies the Contractor that a major defense program is proposed for, or likely to be, terminated or substantially reduced, the Contractor shall provide notice of such proposed or anticipated termination or reduction to­­

(1) Each employee representative of the Contractor's employees whose work is directly related to the program; or

(2) If there is no such representative, each such employee;

(3) The State dislocated worker unit or office described in section 311(b)(2) of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C.1661(b)(2)); and

(4) The chief elected official of the unit of general local government within which the adverse effect may occur.

(d) Notice to subcontractors.

As soon as practicable, but not later than 45 days after the Contractor receives the Contracting Officer's notice of the proposed termination or reduction in a major defense program, the Contractor shall­­

(1) Provide notice of the proposed termination or reduction to each first­tier subcontractor with a subcontract of $500,000 or more under the program; and

(2) Require that each such subcontractor­­

(i) Provide notice to each of its subcontractors with a subcontract of $100,000 or more under the program; and

(ii) Impose a similar notice and flowdown requirement to subcontractors with subcontracts of $100,000 or more.

(e) The notice provided an employee under paragraph (c) of this clause shall have the same effect as a notice of termination to the employee for the purposes of determining whether such employee is eligible for training, adjustment assistance, and employment

services under section 325 or 325A of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1662d, 1662d­1). If the Contractor has specified that the proposed program termination or reduction is not likely to result in plant closure or mass layoff, as defined in 29 U.S.C. 2101, the employee shall be eligible only for services under section 314(b) and paragraphs (1) through (14), (16), and (18) of section 314(c) of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1661c(b) and paragraphs (1) through (14), (16), and (18) of section 1661c(c)).

(f) If the Contracting Officer subsequently withdraws a notice referred to in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this clause, the Contractor, as soon as practicable but not later than two weeks after receipt of the withdrawal notice, shall provide notice of the withdrawal to­­

(1) The representatives, employees, offices, officials, and subcontractors specified in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this clause; and

(2) Each grantee under section 325(a) or 325A(a) of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1662d, 1662d­1), which provides training, adjustment assistance, and employment services to the employees.

(g) An employee who receives notice of withdrawal shall not be eligible for training, adjustment assistance, or employment services under section 325 or 325A of the Job Training Partnership Act (29 U.S.C. 1662d, 1662d­1), beginning on the date the employee receives such notice.

(End of clause)

PART 253­­FORMS

253.204 [Amended]

111. Section 253.204 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(12)(iii)(B) the words "Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)" to read "Ballistic Missile Defense Organization."

253.303­346 [Removed]

112. Section 253.303­346 is removed from the DFARS Form List.

253.303­347 [Removed]

113. Section 253.303­347 is removed from the DFARS Form List.

APPENDIX B TO CHAPTER 2 [Amended]

114. DFARS Appendix, B, Part 4­­Defense Logistics Agency Assignments is amended by adding the designation "P9" to the Defense Logistics Agency Federal Supply Class Code numbers "3611, 3620, 3635, 3650, 3660, 3680, 3685, 3693, and 3694"; and under the Footnotes by adding footnote "9" to read "9 This partial assignment applies only to secondary items not otherwise assigned, as listed in the applicable Federal Supply Catalog Management Data lists of each respective service."

APPENDIX F TO CHAPTER 2 [Amended]

115. Appendix F to chapter 2 is amended to revise in Part 3, Preparation of the DD Form 250 and DD Form 250c, paragraph F­302, Mode/method shipment codes, under the heading DESCRIPTION, the Air Force entry "Military Airlift Command (Channel and Special Assignment Airlift Mission)" to read "Air Mobility Command (Channel and Special

Assignment Airlift Mission)"; and by revising in Part 4, Distribution of DD Form 250 and DD Form 250c, paragraph F­401, Distribution, Table 2 of Material Inspection and Receiving Report, the Air Force entry to read as follows:

PART 4­­DISTRIBUTION OF DD FORM 250 AND DD FORM 250c

F­401 Distribution.

MATERIAL INSPECTION AND RECEIVING REPORT

TABLE 1

* * * * *

Air Force HQ Air Force Materiel Command 1

On shipments of new AFMC/LGM­AVDO

production of aircraft 4375 Chidlaw Road, Suite 6

and missiles, class 1410 Wright­Patterson AFB, OH 45433­5001

missiles, 1510 aircraft

(fixed wing, all types),

1520 aircraft (rotary

wing), 1540 gliders,

1550 target drones.

* * * * *

APPENDIX G TO CHAPTER 2

116. Appendix G to chapter 2 is revised to read as follows:

APPENDIX G TO CHAPTER II

ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

Table of Contents

Part 1­­General.

G­100 Scope

G­101 Assignment and use of a number

G­102 Activity address number data base maintenance

Part 2­­Army Activity Address Numbers.

Part 3­­Navy Activity Address Numbers.

Part 4­­Marine Corps Activity Address Numbers.

Part 5­­Air Force Activity Address Numbers.

Part 6­­Defense Logistics Agency Activity Address Numbers.

Part 7­­Defense Information Systems Agency Activity Address Numbers.

Part 8­­Defense Mapping Agency Activity Address Numbers.

Part 9­­Defense Nuclear Agency Activity Address Numbers.

Part 10­­Miscellaneous Defense Activities Activity Address Numbers.

Part 11­­On­Site Inspection Agency Activity Number.

Part 12­­Ballistic Missile Defense Organization Activity Number.

Part 13­­Defense Commissary Agency Activity Numbers.

PART 1­­GENERAL

G­100 Scope.

This appendix identifies the activity address numbers to be used with the uniform procurement instrument identification numbering system prescribed in DFARS subpart 204.70.

G­101 Assignment and use of a number.

(a) Activities coding solicitations, contracts and related instruments shall use only those codes assigned by their respective department/agency activity address monitor(s).

(b) The six­character code is used in the first six positions of the procurement instrument identification number (PIIN). When required, activities also will be assigned a two position code. The two position code is used in the first two positions of the call/order serial number.

(c) Activity address monitors are­­

ARMY U.S. Army Contracting Support Agency

Attn: Contract Support Office (SFRD­KS)

5109 Leesburg Pike, Suite 916

Falls Church, VA 22041­3201

NAVY

* Navy Accounting and Finance Center

(NAFC­5511)Washington, DC 20376­5001

AIR FORCE SAF/AQCO

1060 Air Force Pentagon

Washington, DC 20330­1060

DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

Defense Logistics Agency

Contracting Systems Support Office (DLA­PS)

Cameron Station

Alexandria, VA 22304­6100

MARINE CORPS

* Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

(Code LBP)

Washington, DC 20380­0001

**DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY

Director of Acquisition

Defense Mapping Agency

Washington, DC 20305­3000

**DEFENSE NUCLEAR AGENCY

Chief, Contract Division

Defense Nuclear Agency

Washington, DC 20305­1000

**DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY

Chief, Logistics Management Office

Code 202

Defense Information Systems Agency

Washington, DC 20305­2000

* The Navy and Marine Corps Activity Address Monitor for assignment of two­character call/order serial numbers is:

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (RD&A)

Room 536

Crystal Plaza 5

Washington, DC 20350­1000

** Agency activity address monitors forward requests for Appendix G maintenance to the U.S. Army Contracting Support Agency (SFRD­KS).

G­102 Activity address number data base maintenance.

(a) The Defense Logistics Agency, DLA­PS, Cameron Station, Alexandria, VA 22304­6100 is the executive agent for maintenance of six and two character code assignments. The executive agency distributes blocks of two character codes to department/agency activity address monitors for further assignment.

(b) Contracting activities submit requests for assignment of or changes in either the six character or two character codes to their activity address monitor in accordance with department/agency procedures. Activity address monitors­­

(1) Approve requests for additions, deletions, or changes;

(2) Notify the executive editor, Defense Acquisition Regulations System, DUSD(A&T)DP(DAR), Washington, DC 20301­3000; and

(3) Provide a copy of the notification to the executive agent.

(c) A copy of the Appendix G data base is available on tape or MS­DOS compatible floppy diskettes from the executive agent.

PART 2­­ARMY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DAAA03 Pine Bluff Arsenal

B1 ATTN: SMCPB­PO

10020 Kabrich Circle

Pine Bluff, AR 71602­9500

DAAA05 Rocky Mountain Arsenal

B2 Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: AMXRM­DOC

Commerce City, CO 80022­2180

DAAA08 Rock Island Arsenal

B7 ATTN: SMCRI­CT

Rock Island, IL 61299­5000

DAAA09 U.S. Army Armament, Munitions,

BA and Chemical Command

ATTN: AMSMC­ABR­TS

Rock Island, IL 61299­6000

DAAA15 U.S. Army Chemical, and Biological Defense

ZU Agency

ATTN: AMSCB­PCS­S (Procurement Directorate)

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010­5423


DAAA21 U.S. Army Armament Research

2T Development & Engineering Center

ATTN: SMCAR­PCM­O

Building 9

Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806­5000

DAAA22 Watervliet Arsenal

BV ATTN: SMCWV­PPA

Watervliet, NY 12189­4050

DAAA31 McAlester Army Ammunition Plant

GJ ATTN: SMCMC­PC

McAlester, OK 74501­5000

DAAA32 Crane Army Ammunition Activity

0P ATTN: SMCCN­CT

300 Highway 361

Crane, IN 47522­5099

DAAB07 USA Communications­Electronics Command

BG C3I Acquisition Center

ATTN: AMSEL­ACSP­BM

Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703­5008

DAAB08 USA Communications­Electronics Command

2V C3I Acquisition Center

ATTN: AMSEL­ACSB­C (Facility ADP Branch)

Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703­5008

DAAB10 USA CECOM C3I Acquisition Center

ZP Vint Hill Farms Station

ATTN: AMSEL­ACVF­A­AA (Stop 42)

Building 160

Warrenton, VA 22186­5172

DAAB11 USA CECOM C3I Acquisition Center

D0 Vint Hill Farms Station

ATTN: AMSEL­AC­VHA­HB Base OPS (Stop 42)

Warrenton, VA 22186­5172

DAAC01 Anniston Army Depot

BH ATTN: SDSAN­DOC

Anniston, AL 36201­5003

DAAC02 Blue Grass Army Depot

ZT Procurement Office

ATTN: SDS­BG­BM­P

Lexington, KY 40511­5001

DAAC07 Sierra Army Depot

ZM ATTN: SDSSI­CONT

Herlong, CA 96113­5009

DAAC67 Letterkenny Army Depot

ZN ATTN: SDSLE­P

Chambersburg, PA 17201­4152

DAAC71 Tobyhanna Army Depot

ZS ATTN: SDSTO­K

Tobyhanna, PA 18466­5100

DAAC79 Red River Army Depot

D7 ATTN: SDSRR­P

Texarkana, TX 75507­5000

DAAC83 Corpus Christi Army Depot

BJ ATTN: SDSCC­C

Corpus Christi, TX 78419­6170

DAAC89 Tooele Army Depot

BK ATTN: SDSTE­DCBO

Tooele, UT 84074­0839

DAAD01 USA Yuma Proving Ground

B5 Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: ATEYP­CR

Yuma, AZ 85365­9106

DAAD03 USA Jefferson Proving Ground

B6 ATTN: STEJP­EH­C

Madison, IN 47250­5100

DAAD05 USA Aberdeen Proving Ground

BM Support Activity

ATTN: STEAP­PR/M (Building 3l4)

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005­5001

DAAD07 USA White Sands Missile Range

BN Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: STEWS­PR

White Sands, NM 88002­5201

DAAD09 USA Dugway Proving Ground

BP Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: STEDP­DOC

Dugway, UT 84022­0538

DAAE07 USA Tank­Automotive Command

BR ATTN: AMSTRA­IDXR

Warren, MI 48397­5000

DAAE20 Armament and Chemical Acquisition

and Logistics Activity (ACALA)

ATTN: Acquisition Center

Rock Island, IL 61299

DAAE30 Armament RD&E Center (ARDEC)

ATTN: Procurement and Production Directorate

Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806­5000

DAAG60 USA Military Academy

G8 Purchasing & Contracting Division

ATTN: MAPC

Building 667A

West Point, NY 10996­1594

DAAG99 USA Program Manager­SANG

ZY ATTN: AMCPM­NGA

Unit 61304

APO AE 09803­1304

DAAH01 USA Missile Command

CC ATTN: AMSMI­AC

Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898­5280

DAAH03 USA Missile Command

D8 ATTN: AMSMI­AC

Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898­5280

DAAH04 U.S. Army Research Office

YU P.O. Box 12211

ATTN: AMXRO­PR

Research Triangle Park, NC 27709­2211

DAAJ02 Aviation Applied Technology Directorate

D9 ATTN: AMSAT­R­TC

Building 401

Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5577

DAAJ04 USA Charles Melvin Price Support

0V Center

ATTN: SATAS­P

Granite City, IL 62040­1801

DAAJ05 USA Aviation and Troop Command

ZF ATTN: IAS21WG

Building 404

Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5577

DAAJ09 USA Aviation and Troop Command

BS ATTN: AMSAT­A­AD

4300 Goodfellow Boulevard

St. Louis, MO 63120­1798

DAAK01 USA Aviation and Troop Command

BB ATTN: AMSAT­A­AD

4300 Goodfellow Boulevard

St. Louis, MO 63120­1798

DAAK60 USA Natick Research, Development

C5 and Engineering Center

Directorate of Procurement

ATTN: SATNC­PP (Procurement Support Division)

Natick, MA 01760­5011

DAAK70 USA Belvoir Research, Development

E1 and Engineering Center

ATTN: SATBE­PMA (Policy & Compliance)

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5606

DAAL01 U.S. Army Research Laboratory

1Y ATTN: AMSLC­PR

2800 Powder Mill Road

Adelphi, MD 20783­1145

DAAM01 U.S. Army Chemical and Biological

ZU Defense Command

ATTN: AMSCB­PC

Procurement Directorate

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010­5423

DAAM02 Program Manager, Rocky Mountain Arsenal

B2 ATTN: AMXRM­PM

Commerce City, CO 80022­2180

DABT01 U.S. Army Aviation Center

F6 Contracting Office

ATTN: ATZQ­C

Building T­00116

Fort Rucker, AL 36362­5000

DABT02 U.S. Army Chemical and

2A Military Police Centers and Fort McClellan

ATTN: ATZN­DOC

Building 241­C, Transportation Road

Fort McClellan, AL 36205­5000

DABT10 U.S. Army Infantry Center

2B and Fort Benning

ATTN: ATZB­KT, Building 6

P. O. Box 5­5179

Fort Benning, GA 31905­5179

DABT11 U.S. Army Signal Center

2C and Fort Gordon

ATTN: ATZI­CT

Building 2050B

Fort Gordon, GA 30905­5110

DABT15 U.S. Army Soldier Support

F9 Center and Fort Benjamin Harrison

ATTN: ATZI­CT

Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN 46216­5230

DABT19 U.S. Army Combined Arms

2D Center and Fort Leavenworth

ATTN: ATZL­GCC

Pope & Thomas Avenues

Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027­5031

DABT23 U.S. Army Armor Center

2E and Fort Knox

ATTN: ATZK­DC

Building 4022

Fort Knox, KY 40121­5000

DABT31 U.S. Army Engineer Center

2F and Fort Leonard Wood

ATTN: ATZT­DOC

Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473­5000

DABT39 U.S. Army Field Artillery

2H Center and Fort Sill

ATTN: ATZR­Q, Building 1803

P.O. Box 3501

Fort Sill, OK 73503­0501

DABT43 Carlisle Barracks

2J ATTN: ATZE­DOC­C

Building 46

Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013­5002

DABT47 U.S. Army Training Center

2K and Fort Jackson

ATTN: ATZJ­DOC

Building 4340, Magruder Street

Fort Jackson, SC 29207­5420

DABT51 U.S. Army Air Defense

2L Artillery Center & Fort Bliss

ATTN: ATZC­DOC, Building 2021

P.O. Box 6078

Fort Bliss, TX 79916­0058

DABT57 Directorate of Peninsula Contracting

2N ATTN: ATZF­DPC

Building 2746, Harrison Loop

Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5293

DABT58 Fort Monroe

2P ATTN: ATZG­C #62

Building T­195

Fort Monroe, VA 23651­6000

DABT59 U.S. Army Combined Arms Support

2Q Command and Fort Lee

ATTN: ATZM­DC

Building T­7124, 19th & Quartermaster Road

Fort Lee, VA 23801­5172

DABT60 TRADOC Contracting Agency

1L ATTN: ATCA

Building 1748

Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5538

DABT61 The Judge Advocate General's School,

BF USA, University of Virginia

ATTN: JAGS­SSL­B

600 Massie Road

Charlottesville, VA 22903­1781

DABT63 U.S. Army Information

BL Systems Command

ATTN: ATZS­DKS

Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613­5000

DABT64 Chief,

YV Purchasing and Contracting Office

ATTN: ATZR­ZQ

Building 1390

Fort Chaffee, AR 72905­5000

DABT65 Mission Contracting Activity

B0 at Fort Leavenworth

ATTN: ATOB­AL

614 Custer Road

Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027­7203

DACA01 USA Engineer District, Mobile

DACW01 ATTN: CESAM­CT

CK P.O. Box 2288

Mobile, AL 36628­0001

DACA03 USA Engineer District, Little Rock

DACW03 ATTN: CESWL­CT

CL P.O. Box 867

Little Rock, AR 72203­0867

DACA05 USA Engineer District, Sacramento

DACW05 ATTN: CESPK­CT

CM 1325 J Street

Sacramento, CA 95814­2922

DACA07 USA Engineer District, San Francisco

DACW07 ATTN: CESPN­CT

CP 211 Main Street

San Francisco, CA 94105­1905

DACA09 USA Engineer District, Los Angeles

DACW09 ATTN: CESPL­CT

CQ P.O. Box 2711

Los Angeles, CA 90053­2325

DACA10 Engineer Procurement Activity for

DACW10 Information Resources

CN ATTN: CEEP

Kingman Building #1A09

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5582

DACA17 USA Engineer District, Jacksonville

DACW17 ATTN: CESAJ­CT

CS P.O. Box 4970

Jacksonville, FL 32232­0019


DACA21 USA Engineer District, Savannah

DACW21 ATTN: CESAS­CT

CV P.O. Box 889

Savannah, GA 31402­0889

DACA23 USA Engineer District, Chicago

DACW23 ATTN: CENCR­CT

CX 111 North Canal Street

Chicago, IL 60606­7206

DACA25 USA Engineer District, Rock Island

DACW25 Clock Tower Building

CD ATTN: CENCR­CT

P.O. Box 2004

Rock Island, IL 61202­2004

DACA27 USA Engineer District, Louisville

DACW27 ATTN: CEORL­CT

CY P.O. Box 59

Louisville, KY 40201­0059

DACA29 USA Engineer District, New Orleans

DACW29 ATTN: CELMN­CT

CZ P.O. Box 60267

New Orleans, LA 70160­0267

DACA31 USA Engineer District, Baltimore

DACW31 Contracting Division

DA P.O. Box 1715

Baltimore, MD 21203­1715

DACA33 USA Engineer District, New England

DACW33 ATTN: CENED­CT

DB 424 Trapelo Road

Waltham, MA 02254­9149

DACA35 USA Engineer District, Detroit

DACW35 ATTN: CENCE­CT

DC P.O. Box 1027

Detroit, MI 48231­1027

DACA37 USA Engineer District, St. Paul

DACW37 ATTN: CENCS­CT

DD 180 Kellogg Boulevard East, Room 1421

St. Paul, MN 55101­1479

DACA38 USA Engineer District, Vicksburg

DACW38 ATTN: CELMK­CT

DE 3515 I­20 Frontage Road

Vicksburg, MS 39180­5191

DACA39 USA Engineer

DACW39 Waterways Experiment Station

DF ATTN: CEWES­CT­Z (Contracting Division)

3909 Halls Ferry Road

Vicksburg, MS 39180­6199

DACA41 USA Engineer District, Kansas City

DACW41 700 Federal Building

DH ATTN: CEMRK­CT

60l East 12th Street

Kansas City, MO 64106­2896

DACA43 USA Engineer District, St. Louis

DACW43 ATTN: CELMS­CT

DJ 1222 Spruce Street

St. Louis, MO 63101­2833

DACA45 USA Engineer District, Omaha

DACW45 ATTN: CEMRO­CT

DK 215 North 17th Street

Omaha, NE 68102­4978

DACA47 USA Engineer District, Albuquerque

DACW47 ATTN: CESWA­CT

DM P.O. Box 1580

Albuquerque, NM 87103­1580

DACA49 USA Engineer District, Buffalo

DACW49 ATTN: CENCB­CT (Contracting Division)

DN 1776 Niagara Street

Buffalo, NY 14207­3199

DACA51 USA Engineering District, New York

DACW51 Contracting Division

CE ATTN: CENAN­CT

26 Federal Plaza

New York, NY 10028­0090

DACA54 USA Engineer District, Wilmington

DACW54 ATTN: CESAW­CT

DQ P.O. Box 1890

Wilmington, NC 28402­1890

DACA55 USA Engineer Division, Ohio River

DACW55 ATTN: CEORD­CT

DR P.O. Box 1159

Cincinnati, OH 45201­1159

DACA56 USA Engineer District, Tulsa

DACW56 ATTN: CESWT­CT

DS P.O. Box 61

Tulsa, OK 74121­0061

DACA57 USA Engineer District, Portland

DACW57 ATTN: CENPP­CT

DT P.O. Box 2946

Portland, OR 97208­2946

DACA59 USA Engineer District, Pittsburgh

DACW59 ATTN: CEORP­CT­SADBUS

DV 1000 Liberty Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15222­4186

DACA60 USA Engineer District, Charleston

DACW60 ATTN: CESAJ­CT

DW P.O. Box 919

Charleston, SC 29402­0919

DACA61 USA Engineer District, Philadelphia

DACW61 ATTN: CENAP­CT

CF Contracting Division

110 Penn Square East, Wanamaker Building

Philadelphia, PA 19107­3390

DACA62 USA Engineer District, Nashville

DACW62 ATTN: CEORN­CT

DX P.O. Box 1070

Nashville, TN 37202­1070

DACA63 USA Engineer District, Fort Worth

DACW63 ATTN: CESWF­CT

DY P.O. Box 17300

Fort Worth, TX 76102­0300

DACA64 USA Engineer District, Galveston

DACW64 ATTN: CESWG­CT

DZ P.O. Box 1229

Galveston, TX 77553

DACA65 USA Engineer District, Norfolk

DACW65 Contracting Division

EA ATTN: CENAO­CT

803 Front Street

Norfolk, VA 23510­1096

DACA66 USA Engineer District, Memphis

DACW66 ATTN: CEIMM­CT

EB B­202 Clifford Davis Federal Building

Memphis, TN 38103­1894

DACA67 USA Engineer District, Seattle

DACW67 ATTN: CENPS­CT

EC P.O. Box C­3755

Seattle, WA 98124­2255

DACA68 USA Engineer District, Walla Walla

DACW68 ATTN: CENPW­CT

YW Building 602, City­County Airport

Walla Walla, WA 99362­9265

DACA69 USA Engineer District, Huntington

DACW69 ATTN: CEORH­CT

CG 502 8th Street

Huntington, WV 25701­2070

DACA72 USA Humphreys Engineer Center

DACW72 Support Activity

ZA ATTN: CEHEC­CT

Kingman Building

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5580

DACA75 USA Engineer Ordnance Program Division

DACW75 ATTN: CETAD­OP­C

ZC APO AE 09803­1303

DACA76 USA Engineer Topographic Laboratories

DACW76 ATTN: CETEC­CT

ZD Cude Building #2592

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5546

DACA78 USA Engineer Transatlantic Division

DACW78 ATTN: CETAD­CT­P

9V P.O. Box 2250

Winchester, VA 22604­1450

DACA79 USA Engineer District Japan

DACW79 ATTN: CEPOJ­CT

2R Unit 45010

APO AP 96343­0061

DACA81 USA Engineer District, Far East

DACW81 APO AP 96205­0610

DACA83 USA Engineer Division ­ Pacific Ocean

DACW83 ATTN: CEPOD­CT

ZH Building 230

Fort Shafter, HI 96858­5540

DACA85 USA Engineer District, Alaska

DACW85 P.O. Box 898

ZJ Anchorage, AK 99506­0898

DACA86 USA Engineer District, Riyadh

DACW86 Resident Office

P.O. Box 390, Unit 61303

APO AE 09803­1303

DACA87 USA Engineer Division, Huntsville

DACW87 ATTN: CEHND­CT

ZW P.O. Box 1600

Huntsville, AL 35807­4301

DACA88 USA Construction Engineering

DACW88 Research Laboratory

0S ATTN: CECER­CT

P.O. Box 4005

Champaign, IL 61820­1305

DACA89 USA Cold Regions Research and

DACW89 Engineering Laboratory

1Z ATTN: CECRL­LM­CT

72 Lyme Road

Hanover, NH 03755­1290

DACA90 USA Engineer District, Europe

DACW90 ATTN: CETAE­CT

Unit 25727

APO AE 09242­5301

DACA91 Engineer Procurement Activity

DACW91 for Information Resources

ATTN: CEEP

Kingman Building #1A09

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5582

DADA03 Fitzsimons Army Medical Center

8W Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: HSHG­DC

Building 205, 10th Street & McCloskey Avenue

Aurora, CO 80045­5001

DADA08 Dwight David Eisenhower Medical Center

BT Contracting Office

ATTN: HSAA­D

Building 39706, 40 A Street

Fort Gordon, GA 30905­5650

DADA09 William Beaumont Army Medical Center

YY ATTN: HSAA­W

Building 7777, Piedras Street, Room 4J18

El Paso, TX 79920­5001

DADA10 U.S. Army Health Services Command

ZQ Central Contracting Office

ATTN: HSAA­C

Building 2015, Beebe Loop

Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234­6000

DADA13 Madigan Army Medical Center

0W Contracting Office

ATTN: HSAA­M

Building 9933­A, Johnson Street

Tacoma, WA 98431­5100

DADA15 Walter Reed Army Medical Center

0X Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: HSHL­ZC

Building T­20, lst Floor

Washington, DC 20307­5001

DADA16 Tripler Army Medical Center

0Y Contracting Office

ATTN: HSAA­T

Building 160, Krukowski Street

Tripler AMC, HI 96859­5000

DAEA08 U.S. Army Information Systems Command

E4 Office of Acquisition

ATTN: ASPC­RA

Building 134, Malbrouk Street

Fort Ritchie, MD 21719­5010

DAEA16 Headquarters, 5th Signal Command

E7 DCSLOG, Contract Management Division

ATTN: ASQE­LG­C

CMR 421

APO AE 09056­3104

DAEA20 Commander, lst Signal Brigade (USAISC)

E8 Office of Acquisition Management

ATTN: ASQK­AM

Unit #15271

APO AP 96205­0044

DAEA30 Television Audio Support Activity

E0 Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: ASQB­RTV­C

8350 Fruitridge Road

Sacramento, CA 95813­5045

DAEA32 U.S. Army Information Systems Command

Y6 Contracting Office (USAISCCO)

ATTN: ASPC­T

Building 61801, Room 2408

Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613­5000

DAHA01 USPFO for Alabama

9B P. O. Box 3715

Montgomery, AL 36193­4801

DAHA02 USPFO for Arizona

0G 5636 E. McDowell Road

Phoenix, AZ 85008­3495

DAHA03 USPFO for Arkansas

9D Camp Robinson

North Little Rock, AR 72118­2200

DAHA04 USPFO for California

9N P.O Box 8104

San Luis Obispo, CA 93403­8104

DAHA05 USPFO for Colorado

Z0 Camp George West

Golden, CO 80401­3997

DAHA06 USPFO for Connecticut

1S State Armory

ATTN: Contracting Officer

360 Broad Street

Hartford, CT 06105­3795

DAHA07 USPFO for Delaware

9A Grier Building

1161 River Road

New Castle, DE 19720­5199

DAHA08 USPFO for Florida

2W P.O. Box 1008

St. Augustine, FL 32085­1008

DAHA09 USPFO for Georgia

C0 P.O. Box 17882

Atlanta, GA 30316­0882

DAHA10 USPFO for Idaho

CU P.O. Box 45

Boise, ID 83707­4501

DAHA11 USPFO for Illinois

9E 1301 North McArthur Boulevard

Springfield, IL 62702­2399

DAHA12 USPFO for Indiana

4E P.O. Box 41346

Indianapolis, IN 46241­0346

DAHA13 USPFO for Iowa

9L Camp Dodge

7700 NW Beaver Drive

Johnston, IA 50131­1902

DAHA14 USPFO for Kansas

4Z P.O. Box 2099

Topeka, KS 66601­2099

DAHA15 USPFO for Kentucky

6P Boone National Guard Center

Frankfort, KY 40601­6192

DAHA16 USPFO for Louisiana

0A Jackson Barracks

New Orleans, LA 70146­0330

DAHA17 USPFO for Maine

0B Camp Keys

Augusta, ME 04333­0032

DAHA18 USPFO for Maryland

0C State Mil Reservation

301 Old Bay Lane

Havre de Grace, MD 21078­4094

DAHA19 USPFO for Massachusetts

0D ATTN: Contracting Officer

143 Speen Street

Natick, MA 01760­2599

DAHA20 USPFO for Michigan

9F 3111 West St. Joseph Street

Lansing, MI 48913­5102

DAHA21 USPFO for Minnesota

9K Camp Ripley

P.O. Box 288

Little Falls, MN 56345­0288

DAHA22 USPFO for Mississippi

CW 144 Military Drive

Jackson, MS 39208­8880

DAHA23 USPFO for Missouri

9H 1715 Industrial Avenue

Jefferson City, MO 65101­1468

DAHA24 USPFO for Montana

9P P.O. Box 1157

Helena, MT 59624­1157

DAHA25 USPFO for Nebraska

1234 Military Road

Lincoln, NE 68508­1092

DAHA26 USPFO for Nevada

2601 South Carson Street

Carson City, NV 89701­5596

DAHA27 USPFO for New Hampshire

P.O. Box 2003

Concord, NH 03301­2003

DAHA28 USPFO for New Jersey

ZK 131 Eggert Crossing Road

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648­2805

DAHA29 USPFO for New Mexico

ATTN: Contracting Officer

P.O. Box 4277

Santa Fe, NM 87502­4277

DAHA30 USPFO for New York

D2 330 Old Niskayuna Road

Latham, NY 12110­2224

DAHA31 USPFO for North Carolina

D3 4201 Reedy Creek Road

Raleigh, NC 27607­6412

DAHA32 USPFO for North Dakota

D6 P.O. Box 5511

Bismarck, ND 58502­5511

DAHA33 USPFO for Ohio

9M 2811 West Granville Road

Columbus, OH 43235­2712

DAHA34 USPFO for Oklahoma

9J 3501 Military Circle, N.E.

Oklahoma City, OK 73111­4398

DAHA35 USPFO for Oregon

1X ATTN: USPFO­P

P.O. Box 14840

Salem, OR 97309­5008

DAHA36 USPFO for Pennsylvania

DL Department of Military Affairs

ATTN: Contracting Officer

Annville, PA 17003­5003

DAHA37 USPFO for Rhode Island

330 Camp Street

Providence, RI 02906­1954

DAHA38 USPFO for South Carolina

DU 9 National Guard Road

Columbia, SC 29201­4766

DAHA39 USPFO for South Dakota

VQ Camp Rapid

Rapid City, SD 57702­8186

DAHA40 USPFO for Tennessee

YX Powell Avenue

P.O. Box 40748

Nashville, TN 37204­0748

DAHA41 USPFO for Texas

9C ATTN: Contracting Officer

P.O. Box 5218

Austin, TX 78563­5218

DAHA42 USPFO for Utah

P.O. Box 2000

Draper, UT 84020­2000

DAHA43 USPFO for Vermont

Camp Johnson, Building #3

P.O. Box 2000

Colchester, VT 05446­3004

DAHA44 USPFO for Virginia

ZR 50l East Franklin Street

Richmond, VA 23219­2317

DAHA45 USPFO for Washington

ZX Camp Murray

Tacoma, WA 98430­5000

DAHA46 USPFO for West Virginia

50 Armory Road

Buckhannon, WV 26201­2396

DAHA47 USPFO for Wisconsin

9G Camp Douglas, WI 54618­9002

DAHA48 USPFO for Wyoming

P.O. Box 1709

Cheyenne, WY 82003­1709

DAHA49 USPFO for the District of Columbia

Anacostia Naval Air Station

Building 350

Washington, DC 20315­0001

DAHA50 USPFO for Hawaii

3949 Diamond Head Road

Honolulu, HI 96816­4495

DAHA51 USPFO for Alaska

2Z ATTN: P&C Division

Camp Denali, P.O. Box B

Fort Richardson, AK 99505­5000

DAHA70 USPFO for Puerto Rico

P.O. Box 3786

San Juan, PR 00904­3786

DAHA72 USPFO for Virgin Islands

#9 Estate Diamond, Frederiksted

St. Croix, VI 00840

DAHA74 USPFO for Guam

PSC456 Box 56

FPO AP 96539­1256

DAHA90 National Guard Bureau,

2Y Contracting Support

5109 Leesburg Pike, Suite 401­B

Falls Church, VA 22041­3201

DAHC21 MTMC Eastern Area

G3 Acquisition Division

ATTN: MTEA­LOA

Building 427, Military Ocean Terminal

Bayonne, NJ 07002­5302

DAHC22 HQ MTMC

DP Acquisition Division

ATTN: MTAQ­AT, Room B24­L

5611 Columbia Pike

Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC23 MTMC, Western Area

G4 Oakland Army Base

ATTN: MTWA­LOA

Building 1, Alaska Street, Room 2336

Oakland, CA 94026­5000

DAHC24 HQ MTMC Acquisition Division

1B ATTN: MTAQ­AS, Room 725

5611 Columbia Pike

Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC25 HQ MTMC

1W Directorate of Personal Property

ATTN: MTPP

5611 Columbia Pike

Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC26 HQ MTMC

0E Program Support Division

ATTN: MTAQ­AF

Stop 898

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5898

DAHC30 U.S. Army Military District of Washington

0F Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: ANOC­Z

Building 15, Cameron Station

Alexandria, VA 22304­5050

DAHC32 National Defense University

0M Contracting Office

ATTN: NDU­LG­P

Building 62, Fort Leslie J. McNair

Washington, DC 20319

DAHC35 Fort Belvoir Directorate of Contracting

2M ATTN: ANFB­OC

9410 Jackson Loop, Suite 101

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5075

DAHC36 Fort Meade Directorate of Contracting

1J Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755­5081

DAHC38 Fort Ritchie Directorate of Contracting

2S Fort Ritchie, MD 21719

DAHC75 U.S. Army, Pacific

0U Office of the ACSAM

ATTN: APAM

Building T115, Palm Circle Drive

Fort Shafter, HI 96858­5100

DAHC76 U.S. Army Garrison, Alaska

8U Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: APVR­DOC

P.O. Box 5­525

Fort Richardson, AK 99505­0525

DAHC77 U.S. Army Support Command, Hawaii

CJ Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: APVG­GK

Building 520, Pierce Street

Fort Shafter, HI 96858­5025

DAHC90 U.S. Army Intelligence and

YJ Security Command

ATTN: IAPARC

Building 2444 (Stop 370)

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5368

DAHC92 USAG SOCO­CO­S

1V Directorate of Contracting

Unit 7116

APO AA 34002­5000

DAHC94 U.S. Army Info Sys Sel & Acq Activity

BD ATTN: ISSA­PP

2461 Eisenhower Avenue

Alexandria, VA 22331­0700

DAJA01 RCO Vicenza

9Q ATTN: AEUCC­I

Unit 31401, Box 33

APO AE 09630

DAJA02 RCO Seckenheim

G5 ATTN: AEUCC­S

Unit 29331

APO AE 09266

DAJA04 RCO Fuerth

9R ATTN: AEUCC­FU

Unit 28130

APO AE 09222

DAJA06 RCO Stuttgart, Suboffice of Seckenheim

9S ATTN: AEUCC­ST

Unit 30616

APO AE 09154

DAJA10 RCO Augsburg

9U ATTN: AEUCC­A

Unit 25047

APO AE 09178

DAJA16 RCO Grafenwoehr

8X ATTN: AEUCC­G

Unit 28130

APO AE 09114

DAJA23 RCO Berlin

9W ATTN: AEUCC­BN

Unit 26704, Box 360

APO AE 09235

DAJA37 USAREUR Contracting Center

G6 ATTN: AEUCC­C

Unit 25602, Box 49

APO AE 09228

DAJA61 RCO Benelux

9Z ATTN: AEUCC­B

PSC 79, Box 003

APO AE 09724

DAJA76 RCO Frankfurt

8V ATTN: AEUCC­F

Unit 25601, Box 73

APO AE 09228

DAJA85 RCO Hanau

B8 ATTN: AEUCC­H

Box 169

APO AE 09165

DAJA89 RCO Wuerzburg, Suboffice of Fuerth

F0 ATTN: AEUCC­W

River Building, 3rd Floor

APO AE 09244

DAJA90 RCO Bad Kreuznach

0T ATTN: AEUCC­BK

Unit 24307

APO AE 09252

DAJB03 U.S. Army Korea Contracting Command

F4 ATTN: EAKC­CO

APO AP 96205­0062

DAKF01 Directorate of Contracting

1A ATTN: AFKC­ZM­DOC

Building 103A

Presidio of San Francisco, CA 94129­5000

DAKF03 Directorate of Contracting

0Q ATTN: AFZW­DOC

P.O. Box 27

Fort Ord, CA 93941­0027

DAKF04 Directorate of Contracting

ZE ATTN: AFZJ­DC

P.O. Box 10039

Fort Irwin, CA 92310­5000

DAKF06 Directorate of Contracting

1C ATTN: AFZC­DOC

Building 6222

Fort Carson, CO 80913­5022

DAKF10 Directorate of Contracting

1D ATTN: AFZP­DC

Building 622, 2nd Floor

Fort Stewart, GA 31314­5189

DAKF11 Directorate of Contracting

1E ATTN: AFZK­DOC

Building 184

Fort McPherson, GA 30330­5000

DAKF12 FORSCOM Central Contracting Office

BC ATTN: FCJ4­PRC

Building 130

Fort McPherson, GA 30330­6000

DAKF19 Directorate of Contracting

1G ATTN: AFZN­DOC

P.O. Box 2248

Fort Riley, KS 66442­0248

DAKF23 Directorate of Contracting

1H ATTN: AFZB­DOC

Building 2174, Street 13A

Fort Campbell, KY 42223­1100

DAKF24 Directorate of Contracting

G1 ATTN: AFZX­DOC

P.O. Drawer 3918

Fort Polk, LA 71459­5000

DAKF29 Directorate of Contracting

2G ATTN: AFZI­DOC

Building 5418, South Scott Plaza

Fort Dix, NJ 08640­6150

DAKF31 Directorate of Contracting

1K ATTN: AFZD­DOC

Building 227

Fort Devens, MA 01433­5340

DAKF36 Directorate of Contracting

1M ATTN: AFZS­DOC

West Street, Building T­45

Fort Drum, NY 13602­5220

DAKF40 Directorate of Contracting

1N ATTN: AFZA­DC

Drawer 70120

Fort Bragg, NC 28307­0120

DAKF48 Headquarters, III Corps and Fort Hood

1Q Directorate of Contracting

ATTN: AFZF­DOC

Building 1001 (Room W103)

Fort Hood, TX 76544­5059

DAKF49 Directorate of Contracting

1R ATTN: AFZG­DOC

Building 4201

Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234­5000

DAKF57 Directorate of Contracting

1T ATTN: AFZH­DOC

Rainer Drive, Building 9504

Fort Lewis, WA 98433­5000

DAKF61 Directorate of Contracting

1U ATTN: AFZR­DOC

Building 2103

Fort McCoy, WI 54656­5000

DAMD17 U.S. Army Medical Research

B3 Acquisition Activity

ATTN: SGRD­RMA

Building 820, Chandler Street

Frederick, MD 21702­5014

DASA01 Commander

G0 ARCENT HQ SWA

ATTN: DOC

APO AE 09808

DASA02 Commander

ARTAS­K

ATTN: AFRD­KU­KO

APO AE 09889

DASA03 Commander

ARCENT Contracting Division

ATTN: AFRD­PARC

Building 363

Fort McPherson, GA 30330­6000

DASG60 USA Strategic Defense Command

CB Deputy Commander

ATTN: CSSD­CM­AC

P.O. Box 1500

Huntsville, AL 35807­3801

DASG62 U.S. Army Space Command

CH ATTN: MOSC­SC

1670 North Newport Road, Suite 211

Colorado Springs, CO 80916­2749

DASW01 Defense Supply Service ­ Washington

F7 ATTN: Policy and Compliance

5200 Army Pentagon, Room 1D245

Washington, DC 20310­5200

DATM01 U.S. Army OPTEC Contracting Activity

0R ATTN: CSTE­ZOC

P.O. Box Y

Fort Hood, TX 76544­5065



PART 3­­NAVY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

* An asterisk indicates a two­digit code of a major command, which is shared with subordinate activities. Such subordinate activities will indicate the Unit Identification Code of the major command in parentheses, e.g. (MAJ00011)..

N00011 Chief of Naval Operations

LB* Washington, DC 20350­2000

LBZ

N00012 Assistant for Administration

HX*, V8* Under Secretary of the Navy

V8Y Washington, D.C. 20350

N00013 Judge Advocate General

MR Navy Department

200 Stovall Street

Alexandria, VA 22332

N00014 Office of Naval Research

EE* Arlington, VA 22217

EE0­9

N00015 Naval Intelligence Command HQ

L0* (Suitland, MD)

L0Z 4600 Silver Hill Road

Washington, DC 20389

N00018 Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

MC*, MD*, Washington, DC 20372­5120

J5*, QA*

MCZ

N00019 Naval Air Systems Command

EF*, GU* Washington, DC 20361

EF0­9

N00022 Chief of Naval Personnel

ML*, MQ*, Washington, DC

NV*, MLZ

N00023 Commander

4J*, L5* Naval Supply Systems Command

4J0­9 Washington, DC 20376

N00024 Naval Sea Systems Command

EH*, U0* Washington, DC 20360

EH0­9

N00025 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

EJ*, FZ* 200 Stovall Street

EJ0­9 Alexandria, VA 22332

N00030 Strategic Systems Programs

EK* Department of the Navy

EK0­9 Washington, DC 20376­5002

N00033 Commander, Military Sealift Command

EL* Washington, DC 20390

EL0­9

N00039 Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command

NS* Washington, DC 20360

NS0­9

N00060 Commander­in­Chief, Atlantic Fleet

LH*, J0*, Norfolk, VA 23511

NMZ*, LHZ

N00061 Commander­in­Chief

NL* U. S. Naval Forces, Europe

NLZ (London, U.K.)

FPO AE 09499

N00062 Chief of Naval Education and Training

8A*, L9*, Code 013, NAS

R0* Pensacola, FL 32508­5100

8A0­9

N00063 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command

NT* 4401 Massachusetts Avenue,

NWNTZ Washington, DC 20394­5290

N00065 Naval Oceanography Command

S0* Stennis Space Center

S0Z Bay St. Louis, MS 39529­5000

N00069 Naval Security Group

HQ8Q* 3801 Nebraska Avenue,

NW8QZ Washington, DC 20390­0008

N00070 Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet

LP*, V5*, NAVBASE

4L*, LPZ Pearl Harbor, HI 96860­7000

N00072 Commander, Naval Reserve Force

9T*, LC* Code 17

9TZ New Orleans, LA 70146

N00074 Naval Special Warfare Command

QH* NAVPHIBASE Coronado

QHZ San Diego, CA 92155

N00101 Naval Air Station

3R South Weymouth, MA 02190

N00102 Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

EN Portsmouth, NH 03801

N00104 Navy Ships Parts Control Center

EP Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

EQ

N00105 Naval Medical Clinic

JT NAVSHIPYD

Portsmouth, NH 03801

N00109 Naval Weapons Station

F1 Yorktown, VA 23491

N00123 Commanding Officer

ES Naval Regional Contracting Center

937 N. Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92132­5106

N00124 Naval War College

M5 Newport, RI 02840

N00127 Naval Air Station

H1 Quonset Point, RI 02819

N00128 Supply Department

EU Naval Administrative Command

Naval Training Station

Great Lakes, IL 60088

N00129 Submarine Base, New London

EV Groton, CT 06340

N00140 Commanding Officer

EX Naval Regional Contracting Center

LA Naval Base Bldg. No. 600

Philadelphia, PA 19112

N00146 Marine Corps Air Station

QK Cherry Point, NC 28533

N00151 Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

EY Philadelphia, PA 19112

N00153 Governor

N0 Naval Home

01 800 East Beach Blvd.

Gulfport, MS 39501

N00158 Naval Air Station

3V Willow Grove, PA 19090

N00161 Naval Academy

FA Annapolis, MD 21402

N00162 Naval Medical Clinic

(MAJ00018) Annapolis, MD 21402­5050

MDG­H

N00163 Naval Air Warfare Center,

Aircraft Division Indianapolis

FB 21st and Arlington Avenue

Indianapolis, IN 46218

N00164 Naval Surface Warfare Center

FC Crane Division

Crane, IN 47522

N00166 Naval Air Facility

(MAJ00072) Bldg 3086,

Andrews AFB

LC0­1 Washington, DC 20396­5130

N00167 Naval Surface Warfare Center

FD Carderock Division

Bethesda, MD 20084­5000

N00168 National Naval Medical Center

FE National Capital Region

Bethesda, MD 20014

N0017A Atlantic Fleet Weapons Training

Facility (Code 51) (Roosevelt Roads, PR)

Naval Station, Box 3023

FPO AA 34051

N00171 HQ, Naval District Washington

N5 Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N00173 Naval Research Laboratory

FF Washington, DC 20390

N00174 Naval Surface Warfare Center

FG Indian Head Division

Indian Head, MD 20640

N00178 Naval Surface Warfare Center

Dahlgren Division

Dahlgren, VA 22448

N00181 Norfolk Naval Shipyard

FJ Portsmouth, VA 23709

N00183 Commanding Officer

JX Naval Hospital

Portsmouth, VA 23708­5100

N00187 Navy Public Works Center

3J Norfolk, VA 23511

N00188 Naval Air Station

H2 Norfolk, VA 23511

N00189 Naval Supply Center

FK, H3 Norfolk, VA 23512

N00191 Charleston Naval Shipyard

FL Naval Base

Charleston, SC 29408

N00193 Commanding Officer (Code 11)

(MAJ00024) Naval Weapons Station

EHD­G Charleston, SC 29408­7000

N00196 Commanding Officer (Code 60)

3K Naval Air Station, Atlanta

Marietta, GA 30060

N00197 Naval Surface Warfare Center

FM Naval Ordnance Station, Crane Division

Louisville, KY 40214

N00203 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital

MCL Pensacola, FL 32512

N00204 Naval Air Station (Code 19P10)

FN Pensacola, FL 32508

N00205 Naval Support Activity (Code N443)

FP New Orleans, LA 70146

N00206 Naval Air Station

New Orleans, LA 70146

N00207 Naval Air Station

FQ Jacksonville, FL 32212

N00211 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Great Lakes, IL 60088­5230

MCQ­S

N00213 Naval Air Station

H4 Key West, FL 33040

N00215 Naval Air Station (Code 60)

3W Dallas, TX 75211

N00216 Commanding Officer (Code 194)

FR Naval Air Station, Bldg 10

Corpus Christi, TX 78419

N00221 Mare Island Naval Shipyard

K5 Vallejo, CA 94592

N00228 Naval Supply Center

FU Oakland, CA 94625

N00231 Commanding Officer

Naval Medical Clinic

Quantico, VA 22134

N00232 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Jacksonville, FL 32214­5222

MCB­F

N00236 Naval Air Station

NX Alameda, CA 94501

N00244 Naval Supply Center, Naval Base

NW 937 North Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92132

N00245 Naval Station

(MAJ00070) San Diego, CA 92136­5000

LPN

N00246 Naval Air Station, North Island

H5 San Diego, CA 92135

N00247 Naval Training Center

HC San Diego, CA 92133

N00249 Commanding Officer

Civil Engineer Support Office

Naval Construction Battalion Center

Port Hueneme, CA 93043

N00250 Commander

FW Navy Exchange Service Command

NAVSTA New York

Staten Island, NY 10305

N00251 Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

FX Bremerton, WA 98314

N00253 Commanding Officer

FY Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport

Keyport, WA 98345

N00255 Naval Station Puget Sound

(MAJ00070) Seattle, WA 98115­5000

LPS­TLPW­Y

N00267 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Navy Medical Clinic

MC0­1 Key West, FL 33040

N00274 Naval Air Facility, Detroit

(MAJ00072) Selfridge Air Force Base

LCA­B Supply Department

Mt. Clemens, MI 48045

N00275 Naval Air Station

3M Glenview, IL 60026

N00276 Naval Air Station

Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 55450

N00281 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Fleet Combat Training Center, Atlantic

L90­1 Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, VA 23461

N00285 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital

MDR Corpus Christi, TX 78419

N00288 Naval Publications and Forms Center

5801 Tabor Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19120

N00296 Naval Air Station

NY Moffett Field, CA 94035

N00311 Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard

GA Box 400

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N0031A Commander, Naval Special

(MAJ00060) Warfare Group Two

J0K­M Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

JOY­Z Norfolk, VA 23521­5340

N00314 Submarine Base

M7 Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N00334 Naval Air Station

N6 Barbers Point, HI 96862

N00383 Navy Aviation Supply Office

GB 700 Robbins Avenue

GC Philadelphia, PA 19111

N00389 Contracting Officer (Code 192)

KL U.S. Naval Station (Roosevelt Roads, PR)

MM Box 3002

FPO AA 34051

N00406 Naval Supply Center, Puget Sound

GE Bremerton, WA 98314

N00421 Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division

M8 Patuxent River, MD 20670

N00600 Naval Regional Contracting Center

GG Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N00604 Naval Supply Center, Pearl Harbor

NQ Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N00612 Commanding Officer

GH Naval Supply Center

RCD, Code 200M

Charleston, SC 29408

N00619 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Oakland, CA 94627­5000

QA0­9

N00620 Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island

H6 Oak Harbor, WA 98277

N00639 Commanding Officer

H7 Naval Air Station, Memphis (84)

Millington, TN 38054

N00702 Naval Security Group Activity

(MAJ00069) Winter Harbor, ME 04693

8QM­N

N00743 Commanding Officer

8N Naval Computer and Telecommunications

Station (Roosevelt Roads, PR)

Box 3022

FPO AA 34051

N00788 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00063) Naval Communication Det., Washington

NTR­S (Cheltenham, MD)

Washington, DC 20390

N00849 Naval Security Group Activity, Skaggs Island

(MAJ00069) Sonoma, CA 95476­5000

8QC

N00886 Naval Communication Station

QB San Francisco, Rough and Ready Island

Stockton, CA 95203


N00950 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area

8R Master Station, EASTPAC

Wahiawa, HI 96786

N0417A Naval Support Facility

(MAJ00025) P.O. Box 1000

EJA Thurmont, MD 21788

N0428A Naval Air Station

3Q Patuxent River, MD 20670

N0429A Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division

3A Point Mugu, CA 93042

N0434A United States Navy Band

(N00022) Washington Navy Yard

MQL Washington, DC 20374­1052

N0463A Commanding Officer

(MAJ00024) Navy Experimental Diving Unit

EHC NAVCOASTSYSCEN, Bldg. 321

Panama City, FL 32401

V04697 USS Simon Lake

(MAJ00060) FPO AA 34085­2590

LHA

N0597A Director

(MAJ00012) Office of Civilian Personnel Management

HXP­W Southeast Region, Bldg A­67

Naval Base

Norfolk, VA 23511­6098

N0598A Director

(MAJ00012) Office of Civilian Personnel Management

HXN Pacific Division

Box 119

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860­5060

N0604A Director

(MAJ00012) Office of Civilian Personnel Management

HXJ­L Northwest Region

2890 North Main Street, Suite 301

Walnut Creek, CA 94596­2739

N0605A Director

(MAJ00012) Office of Civilian Personnel Management

HXG­H Northeast RegionBldg 75­3 Naval Base

Philadelphia, PA 19112­5006

N0618A School of Music

(MAJ00062) Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

8AE Norfolk, VA 23521­5240

N0619A Naval Health Sciences Education & Training Command

8E NAVMEDCOM NATCAPREG

Bethesda, MD 20814

N0708A Naval Warfare Engineering Activity

(MAJ00024) Port Hueneme Division

U0A­B Naval Surface Warfare Center

Yorktown, VA 23961­5076

N08939 Navy Section, US Military Group (Caracas, Venezuela)

Department of State

Washington, DC 20521

N09534 Navy Section, US Military Group (Lima, Peru)

APO AA 34031

N09550 Commander Fleet Air Mediterranean (Naples, Italy)

4G FPO AE 09619

N30492 David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and

(MAJ00039) Development Center Detachment Puget Sound

NSC Bremerton, WA 98324­5215

N30776 Naval Air Station

4N Kingsville Auxiliary Landing Field Detachment

Orange Grove, TX 77630

N30779 Naval Auxiliary Landing Field

3Z Goliad, TX 77963

N30829 Officer in Charge

(MAJ00061) Naval Support Activity

NL0­2 Naples Detachment (Gaeta, Italy)

FPO AE 09609

N30929 Commanding Officer

Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels)

Naval Air Station

(Attn: Supply Officer)

Pensacola, FL 32508

N31149 Naval Sea Logistics Center Det Philadelphia

(MAJ00024) Naval Base

EHA­B Philadelphia, PA

N31699 Office of Under Secretary of the Navy

(MAJ00012) Washington, DC 20350­1000

V8Z

N31863 Director, Naval Audit Service

Capital Region

P.O. Box 1206

Falls Church, VA 22041

N31954 Submarine Training Facility

(MAJ00062) San Diego, CA 92106

R0X

N32525 U.S. Naval Communication Station

8S Naples Detachment (Sigonella, Italy)

FPO AE 09627

N32778 Fleet Activities, Chinhae (Korea)

(MAJ00070) FPO AP 96269­1100

4LE

N32832 Naval Aviation Logistics Center

7K European Repair and Rework

Activity Representative

(Alverca, Portugal)

APO AE 09642

N32960 Navy Support Office, La Maddalena

K2 (Sardinia Italy)

FPO AE 09612

N33137 Naval Intelligence Operations Group DET CTG 168.4

(MAJ00015) (Munich, Germany)

L0A­C APO AE 09108

N35316 Patrol Combatant Missile Squadron Two

(MAJ00060) Mobile Logistic Support Group

J0G Trumbo Point Annex

NAS Key West, FL 33040

N35949 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Twentynine Palms, CA 92278­5008

J5S

N39167 Commanding Officer

Naval Branch Medical Clinic

Naval Air Station

Meridian, MS 39309

N39353 Commanding Officer

GV Integrated Combat Systems Test Facility

San Diego, CA 92152

N41756 Navy Engineering Logistics Office

LE Washington, DC 20000

N42237 Commanding Officer

7A Naval Submarine Base

Code N411

Kings Bay, GA 31547

N44405 Antilles Consolidated School System

(MAJ00062) Box 3200 (Roosevelt Roads, PR)

8AA FPO AA 34051

N44416 Defense Printing Service Northeast Area

(MAJ00023) 700 Robbins Avenue

4JL Philadelphia, PA 19111­5093

N44930 Intra­Fleet Supply Support Operations Program

KN Norfolk, VA 23512

N44967 Naval Sea Systems Command Detachment

KP (PERA CSS)

San Francisco, CA 94124­2995

N45045 Navy Comptroller Standard Systems Activity Det.

(MAJ00012) Raleigh Oaks Plaza Office Building

V8A 3606 Austin Peay Highway

Memphis, TN 38128­3757

N45405 Naval Sea Systems Command Det.

HS PERA (Surface) Atlantic Office

Portsmouth, VA 23709­5000

N45406 Officer in ChargeLDNaval Sea Systems Command Detachment

(PERA CV)

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

Bremerton, WA 98310­0206

N45411 Assault Craft #5

(MAJ00070) MCB Camp Pendleton, CA 92055­5003

LPE

N45534 AEGIS Combat Systems Center

(MAJ00024) Bldg D­11

EHN Wallops Island, VA 23337

N45854 Fleet Surveillance Support Command, Chesapeake

(MAJ00011) Chesapeake, VA 23322­5010

LBE

N46079 Military Sealift Command Office, Northern Europe

(Bremerhaven, Germany)

APO AE 09069­0006

N46450 Naval Supply Center, Charleston Detachment

(MAJ00023) Naval Submarine Base

L50­9 Kings Bay, GA 31547

N46531 Office of Civilian Personnel Management

(MAJ00012) National Capital Region

HX0­E 801 N. Randolph Street

Arlington, VA 22203

N46656 Telecommunication Management Detachment West

NP937 North Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92132­5104

N46657 Telecommunication Management Detachment Pacific

(MAJ00063) Wahiawa, HI 96786­3050

NT0­NT1

N46659 Telecommunications Management Detachment Europe

KJ (Naples, Italy)

FPO AE 09620

N46904 Commanding Officer, Precommissioned Unit

(MAJ00060) Antisubmarine Warfare Training Group Atlantic

J00­1 Bldg CEP 104, Naval Station

Norfolk, VA 23511­6495

N47408 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts Office

(MAJ00025) Naval Construction Battalion Center

EJP­W Port Hueneme, CA 93043­5000

N47427 Naval Air Pacific Repair Activity Detachment,

(MAJ00070) New Zealand (Christchurch)

V5G c/o U.S. Naval Support Force Antarctic Det.

FPO AP 96531

N47875 Naval Technical Representative Detachment Bethpage

(MAJ00019) Grumman Aerospace Corporation

GUP­S Bethpage, NY 11714­3593

N47876 Naval Technical Representative Detachment Burbank

(MAJ00019) Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Company

GUJ­L P.O. Box 551

Burbank, CA 91503

N47877 Naval Technical Representative Detachment St. Louis

GD McDonnell Douglas Corporation

P.O. Box 516

St. Louis, MO 63166­0516

N47878 Naval Technical Representative Detachment Lynn

(MAJ00019) General Electric Company

GUV Aircraft Engine Business Group

1000 Western Avenue

Lynn, MA 01910­0445

N47879 Naval Technical Representative Detachment Stratford

(MAJ00019) United Technologies Corporation

GU0­B Sikorsky Aircraft Division

Stratford, CT 06497

N48142 Assistant Secretary of the Navy

(MAJ00012) Research Development and Acquisition

V80­1 Washington, DC 20350­1000

N48398 Commander

(MAJ00070) U.S. Naval Forces Alaska

4LD P.O. Box 25517

Juneau, AK 99802­5517

N48521 Naval Technical Representative Detachment Bell

(MAJ00019) Bell Helicopter Textron

GUX P.O. Box 482, Bldg. 2

Fort Worth, TX 76101

N48758 Naval Air Pacific Repair Activity Plant Rep. Office

(MAJ00070) Box 39

V5R (Atsugi, Japan)

FPO AP 96306

N49399 Naval Submarine Support Facility

(MAJ00060) Supply Operations, New London

NM0­9 Box 500

Groton, CT 06349­5500

N52731 Reserve Naval Construction Force

(MAJ00072) First Reserve Naval Construction Brigade

LCU Support Detachment

Naval Construction Battalion Center, Bldg 121

Gulfport, MS 39501­5016

N52846 Naval Aviation Depot Operations Center Detachment

(MAJ00019) European Repair and Rework Activity (NERRA)

EFA­B (Naples, Italy)

Box 50

FPO AE 09619

FPO New York 09520­5000

N52855 Special Boat Unit 11

LZ FPO AP 96601­4517

N53210 Assault Craft Unit 2

(MAJ00060) Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

LHJ­K Norfolk, VA 23520

N53825 Naval Surface Force

GYUS LANTFLT

Norfolk, VA 23511­6002

N53999 Seal Team Six

(MAJ00060) Naval Amphibious Company

J0Q­R Norfolk, VA 23521

N55131 Cargo Handling and Port Group

(MAJ00060) Williamsburg, VA 23187­5792

J0A­B

N55322 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group Two

(MAJ00060) Fort Story, VA 23459­5024

LHN

N55418 Naval Antarctic Support Unit

(MAJ00070) (Christchurch, New Zealand)

V50 FPO AP 96531

N57007 Commander, Middle East Force

V0 (Jufair, Bahrain)

FPO AE 09834

N57012 Commander Naval Air Force

GQ U.S. Atlantic Fleet

Naval Air Station

Norfolk, VA 23511

N57016 Commander Submarine Force

(MAJ00060) U.S. Atlantic Fleet

J0N Norfolk, VA 23511­6296

N57023 Commander

GT Operational Test and Evaluation Force

Naval Base

Norfolk, VA 23511

N57032 Naval Air Facility

(MAJ00061) (Mildenhall, UK)

NLF­H FPO AE 09459

N57049 Naval Support Facility (Antigua, West Indies)

(MAJ00060) FPO AA 34054

J0E­F, V­X

N57053 Naval Facility

(MAJ00070) Centreville Beach

LPQ Ferndale, CA 95536­9766

N57070 Commander

(MAJ00060) Undersea Surveillance, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

LH7 Norfolk, VA 23511­6687

N57075 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00060) Naval Facility (Argentia, Canada)

LH9 FPO AE 09730

N57095 Atlantic Fleet Headquarters Support Activity

(MAJ00060) CINCLANTFLEET

LH0­1 Norfolk, VA 23511

N57100 Naval Special Warfare Group One

(MAJ00070) NAVPHIBASE Coronado

LP0­1 San Diego, CA 92155

N60002 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital

QAD Millington, TN 38054

N60028 Naval Station, Treasure Island

QC San Francisco, CA 94130

N60036 Naval Weapons Station

QD Concord, CA 94520

N60042 Naval Air Facility

(MAJ00070) El Centro, CA 92243

LPU

N60050 Marine Corps Air Station

HD El Toro

Santa Ana, CA 92709

N60087 Naval Air Station

3P Brunswick, ME 04011

N60169 Commanding Officer

W0 Marine Corps Air Station

Beaufort, SC 29904

N60191 Naval Air Station, Oceana

4A Virginia Beach, VA 23460

N60200 Commanding Officer

3G Naval Air Station

Cecil Field, FL 32215

N60201 Commanding Officer

L7 Naval Station

P.O. Box M

Mayport, FL 32228

N60211 Naval Auxiliary Landing Field

3D Crows Landing, CA 95313

N60234 Naval Air Station, Whiting Field

4R OLF Saufley Field

Pensacola, FL 32508

N60241 Commanding Officer

3X Naval Air Station

Bldg. 2701

Kingsville, TX 78363

N60258 Long Beach Naval Shipyard

GK Long Beach, CA 90801

N60259 Naval Air Station, Miramar

H9 San Diego, CA 92145­5000

N60268 Navy Recruiting District Chicago

(MAJ62980) Glenview, IL 60026­5200

MQ0­1

N60376 Commanding Officer

3Y Naval Air Station, Chase Field

Beeville, TX 78103

N60462 Naval Air Station, Adak (Alaska)

WE FPO AP 98506­1200

N60478 U.S. Naval Weapons Station, Earle

3C Colts Neck, NJ 07722

N60495 Naval Air Station

3T Fallon, NV 89406

N60508 Commanding Officer

4Q Naval Air Station

Whiting Field

Milton, FL 32570

N60514 Commanding Officer

GL Naval Station (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba)

Box 33

FPO AE 09593

N60530 Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division

GM China Lake, CA 93555

N60656 Navy Exchange, Naval Station

GN Annapolis, MD 21402

N60663 Officer in Charge

GR Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

Naval Base, Bldg 2600

Great Lakes, IL 60088

N60666 Navy Exchange, Naval Air Station

GS Key West, FL 33040

N60676 Navy Resale and Services Support Office

GX Field Support Office Commissary Div.

Naval Air Station

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

N60681 Commissary OPS Division, NAVRESSOFSO

HA Naval StationSan Diego, CA 92136

N60693 Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

HB Naval Base Pearl Harbor

Box 110

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N60701 Naval Weapons Station

4M Seal Beach, CA 90740

N60865 Naval Forces, Marianas

(MAJ00070) (Guam)

V5X FPO AP 96540

N60872 Naval Magazine (Guam)

(MAJ00070) FPO AP 96540­1300

V5T

N60895 Commissary OPS Division, NAVRESSOFSO

HF Naval Air Station

Alameda, CA 94501

N60921 Commander

HG Naval Surface Warfare Center

FH Dahlgren Division, Detachment White Oak

10901 New Hampshire Avenue

Silver Spring, MD 20903

N60935 Commissary OPS Div, NAVRESSOFSO

HH Naval Air Station

Jacksonville, FL 32212

N60936 Navy Resale Activity Commissary Support Office

HJ Naval Air Station

Pensacola, FL 32508

N60937 Navy Exchange Det.

HK Naval Support Activity

New Orleans, LA 70140

N60938 Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

HL Naval Air Station

Corpus Christi, TX 78419

N60939 Navy Exchange

HM Naval Air Station

Memphis 32

Millington, TN 38054

N60951 Fleet Accounting and Disbursing Center

(MAJ00060) Operating Forces Accounting

LHU U.S. Atlantic Fleet

Norfolk, VA 23511­6096

N60956 Navy Regional Finance Center

(MAJ00012) Great Lakes, IL 60088­5797

V8J­N

N61115 Navy Exchange Activity, Submarine Base

HN New London

Groton, CT 06340

N61119 Naval Supply Depot, Guam

HP PSC 455, Box 190

FPO AP 96540­1500

N61165 Supply Officer

NN Bldg NS46

Naval Station

Charleston, SC 29408­5000

N61174 Naval Station, New York

7B Brooklyn, NY 11251

N61189 Naval Station

(MAJ00060) Philadelphia, PA 19112

J0T

N61217 Navy Exchange

HQ Naval Air Station, Bermuda

FPO AE 09727

N61331 Naval Surface Warfare Center

HR Dahlgren Division

Coastal Systems Station

Panama City, FL 32407

N61337 Commanding Officer

H0 Naval Hospital

Beaufort, SC 29904

N61339 Commanding Officer

HT Naval Training Systems Center (N­601)

12350 Research Parkway

Orlando, FL 32826­3275

N61414 Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

4B Norfolk, VA 23521

N61463 Naval Base

(MAJ00060) Norfolk, VA 23511­6002

LHB­D

N61466 Commander

Naval Base, Bldg NH48

Charleston, SC 29408

N61510 Navy Exchange, Naval Station

HU (Guam) Box 179

FPO AP 96540

N61533 David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research

HW and Development Laboratory

Annapolis, MD 21402

N61564 Naval Hospital

FS NAVBASE (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba)

FPO AE 09593

N61577 Naval Air Station, Agana (Guam)

(MAJ00070) Box 60

V5P FPO AP 96540­1200

N61581 Fleet Activities, Naval Base

(MAJ00070) (Yokosuka, Japan)

4LT FPO AP 96349­1100

N61685 Naval Oceanography Command Center (Guam)

(MAJ00065) Box 12

S0A FPO AP 96540­2926

N61726 Naval Hospital

QL Naval Submarine Base New London

Groton, CT 06349

N61751 Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3, Cairo (Egypt)

(MAJ00018) PSC 452, Box 5000

MCK,M,N,P FPO AE 09835­1600

N61755 Naval Station (Guam)

(MAJ00070) FPO AP 96540­1000

V5E

N61762 Naval Ordnance Missile Test Station

HY White Sands Missile Range, NM 88002

N62021 Naval Amphibious Base, Coronado

7V San Diego, CA 92155

N62161 Navy Exchange Det, NAVCOMSTA

HZ Rough and Ready IslandStockton, CA 95203

N62190 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00014) Naval Research Laboratory

EEY Underwater Sound Reference Detachment

P.O. Box 8337Orlando, FL 32856

N62191 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

L97 and Naval Administrative Unit

Room 20E­125

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA 02139

N62254 Commander Fleet Activities, Okinawa

(MAJ00070) Naval Air Facility, Kadena (Ryukyu Islands Southern)

4LX Box SU/CR

FPO AP 96370­1100

N62269 Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center

JC Aircraft Division Warminster

Warminster, PA 18974

N62271 Naval Postgraduate School

QE Monterey, CA 93940

N62285 Naval Observatory, Washington, DC

(MAJ00065) 34th and Massachusetts Avenue, NW

S00­1 Washington, DC 20390­5100

N62306 Commanding Officer (Code 4410)

7C Naval Oceanographic Office

Stennis Space Center

Bay St. Louis, MS 39552

N62367 Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility

(MAJ00023) 21 Strathmore Road

4JC Natick, MA 01760­2490

N62376 Commanding Officer

4K Naval Air Warfare Center

Aircraft Division Trenton

P.O. Box 7176

Trenton, NJ 08628

N62381 Military Sealift Command, Atlantic

JG Military Ocean Terminal

Building 42

Bayonne, NJ 07002

N62382 Military Sealift Command Office, Gulf Subarea

4400 Dauphin Street

New Orleans, LA 70146

N62383 Military Sealift Command, Pacific

JH Naval Supply Center

Oakland, CA 94625

N62387 Commander

Military Sealift Command

Central Technical Activity (Code M10­3)

4228 Wisconsin Avenue

Washington, DC 20016

N62395 Navy Public Works Center

JK (Mariana Islands, Guam)

FPO AP 96540­2937

N62401 Defense Printing Service Branch Office

3F The Pentagon

Washington, DC 20350­3000

N62404 Military Sealift Command, Far East

JJ (Yokohama, Japan)

FPO AP 96347

N62410 Navy Recruiting District

(MAJ00022) P.O. Box 8667

MQ6 Albuquerque, NM 87198­8667

N62412 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

MLR Perry Hill Office Park

3815 Interstate Court

Montgomery, AL 36109­5294

N62415 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

MLX Strom Thurmond Federal Bldg., Suite 771

1835 Assembly Street

Columbia, SC 29201­2430

N62416 Navy Recruiting District Columbus

(MAJ00022) Room 609 Federal Building

NV0­1 200 North High Street

Columbus, OH 44142­2474

N62419 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

Melrose Bldg., 1121 Walker Street

Houston, TX 77002

N62421 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

MQM 8925 North Meridian Street, Room 250

Indianapolis, IN 46260

N62422 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

2974 Woodcock Drive

Jacksonville, FL 32207

N62423 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

301 Center Street

Little Rock, AR 72201

N62425 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

MQ8 1808 West End Avenue, Suite 1312

Nashville, TN 37203

N62427 Navy Recruiting District Omaha

(MAJ00022) Overland­Wolf Building

MLP 6910 Pacific

Omaha, NE 68106

N62429 Navy Recruiting District Portland

(MAJ00022) 1220 SW Third Avenue, Suite 576

MLE Portland, OR 97204

N62430 Commanding OfficerNavy Recruiting District

1001 Navaho Drive

Raleigh, NC 27609

N62432 Navy Recruiting District, St. Louis

(MAJ00022) 1222 Spruce Street

MQG St. Louis, MO 63103­2814

N62435 Navy Recruiting District Boston

(MAJ00022) 495 Summer Street

MQE Boston, MA 02210­2103

N62437 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

MQ4 918 So. Ervay Street

Dallas, TX 75201

N62438 Navy Recruiting District Denver

(MAJ00022) Capital Life Center, 3rd Floor

MLQ 1600 Sherman Street

Denver, CO 80203­1668

N62440 Navy Recruiting District

(MAJ00022) 2420 Broadway

MLT Kansas City, MO 64108

N62441 Navy Recruiting District Los Angeles

(MAJ00022) 5051 Rodeo Road

MLG Los Angeles, CA 90016

N62442 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District Atlanta

612 Tinker Street

Suite C

Marietta, GA 30060

N62443 Navy Recruiting District

(MAJ00022) Federal Office Building

MLV 2nd & Washington Avenues, S.

Minneapolis, MN 55401

N62444 Commanding Officer (Code 602­2C)

(MAJ00022) Navy Recruiting District

NVA 4400 Dauphine Street

New Orleans, LA 70146

N62448 Navy Recruiting District San Francisco

(MAJ00022) 1500 Broadway, Room 210

MLN Oakland, CA 94612­1430

N62449 Navy Recruiting District Seattle

(MAJ00022) Naval Station, Building 30

MLC Seattle, WA 98115­5105

N62467 Commanding Officer

JM Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Southern Division

(SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM)

2155 Eagle Drive,

P.O. Box 10068

Charleston, SC 29411­0068

N62470 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

JN Atlantic Division

Norfolk, VA 23511

N62471 Officer in Charge of Construction

N7 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Contracts, Mid­Pacific

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N62472 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

JP Northern Division

U.S. Naval Base

Philadelphia, PA 19112

N62474 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

JR Western Division

San Bruno, CA 94066

N62477 Naval Facilities Engineering Command

JU Chesapeake Division

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N62481 Naval Air Station (Bermuda)

N8 FPO AE 09727

N62507 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00070) Naval Air Facility (Atsugi, Japan)

4LJ Box 3

FPO AP 96306­1200

N62522 Military Sealift Command, Europe

JV (London, UK)

Box 3

FPO AE 09499­3700

N62535 Marine Corps Air Station (HELO)

HE Tustin, CA 92710

N62537 Military Sealift Command, Mediterranean Sub­Area

(Naples, Italy)

Box 23

FPO AE 09619­0600

N62538 Military Sealift Command Office, Middle Atlantic, NSC

K1 Bldg Y100A

Norfolk, VA 23512

N62539 Military Sealift Command Office, United Kingdom

(London, UK)

Box 29

FPO AE 09499­3700

N62573 Marine Corps Air Station

K8 New River Plaza

Jacksonville, NC 28540

N62576 Defense Printing Service Branch Office

(MAJ00023) 700 Robbins Avenue

4JG Philadelphia, PA 19111­5094

N62578 Naval Construction Battalion Center

J2 Davisville, RI 02854

N62583 Naval Construction Battalion Center

J3 Port Heuneme, CA 93041

N62585 Commander, Naval Activities, United Kingdom

K3 (London, UK)

FPO AE 09499

N62586 Naval Ship Repair Facility (Guam)

(MAJ00070) FPO AP 96540

V5A­B

N62588 Naval Support Activity (Naples, Italy)

NR FPO AE 09619

N62593 Director

Defense Printing Service Det Office

Southeast Div.4400 Dauphine St., Unit 601­3­B

New Orleans, LA 70146

N62603 Commanding Officer

Fleet & Mine Warfare Training Center

Naval Base, Bldg 647

Charleston, SC 29408

N62604 Commanding Officer

J4 Naval Construction Battalion Center

Gulfport, MS 39501

N62613 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00027) Marine Corps Air Station

MUE (Iwakuni, Japan)

FPO AP 96310

N62638 Naval Inshore Undersea Warfare

(MAJ00072) Group Two

LCN NSC Cheatham Annex, Bldg. 111

Williamsburg, VA 23187­8792

N62645 Naval Medical Logistics Command

EG Fort Detrick

Frederick, MD 21701­5015

N62649 Naval Supply Depot (Yokosuka, Japan)

JY FPO AP 96349

N62651 Director

Defense Printing Service Office

Southeast Division

Pensacola, FL 32508

N62653 Director

(MAJ00023) Defense Printing Service Branch Office

4JW­X Southeast Division

Bldg. 1628, Naval Base

Charleston, SC 29408

N62654 Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility

(MAJ00019) Kirtland AFBEFE

Albuquerque, NM 87117

N62661 Naval Education and Training Center

(MAJ00062) Newport, RI 02841­5000

L97

N62665 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

JQ and Repair, USN

Barnes Building ­ 6th Floor

495 Summer Street

Boston, MA 02210

N62670 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

8B and Repair, USN

Drawer T

Mayport Naval Station

Jacksonville, FL 32228

N62673 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

8P and Repair, USN

Naval Base

Charleston, SC 29408

N62678 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

8C and Repair, USN

P.O. Box 215

Portsmouth, VA 23705

N62686 Defense Printing Service Office

T0 Naval District Washington

Building 157­2, Washington Naval Yard

Washington, DC 20374­1572

N62688 Naval Station

GW Naval Base

Norfolk, VA 23511­6002

N62695 Auditor General of the Navy

Naval Audit Services Headquarters

P.O. Box 1206

Falls Church, VA 22041

N62700 Defense Printing Service Detachment Office

(MAJ00023) Northern Division

4JJ Bldg 2A

Great Lakes, IL 60088­5708

N62703 Defense Printing Service Branch Office

(MAJ00023) Bldg 530

4JA Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

Bremerton, WA 98314

N62705 Defense Printing Service Detachment Office

(MAJ00023) Naval Supply Center

4JN Oakland, CA 94625­5045

N62706 Defense Printing Service Branch Office

JS Western Division, Bldg. 154

San Diego, CA 92136­5148

N62707 Defense Printing Service Detachment Office

(MAJ00023) Western Area, Pearl Harbor

4JS­U Box 126

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860­5120

N62735 Commander, Fleet Activities

(MAJ00070) (Sasebo, Japan)

4LP PSC 476, Box 1

FPO AP 96322­1100

N62741 Commanding Officer

MB Navy Supply Corps School

Code 60

Athens, GA 30606

N62742 Naval Facilities Engineering

KB Command, Pacific Division

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N62745 Officer in Charge of Construction

(MAJ00025) Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts

FZC­E Mediterranean (Madrid, Spain)

APO AE 09642

N62755 Commanding Officer

J7 Navy Public Works Center

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860­5470

N62757 Naval Reserve Center

(MAJ00072) 7410 West Roosevelt Road

9TV­Y Forest Park, IL 60130­2592

N62762 Navy Shipbuilding Liaison Office, Spain

(MAJ00024) Box 36

EHU­W (Madrid, Spain)

APO AE 09642

N62766 Officer in Charge of Construction

L1 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts(Guam)

FPO AP 96540

N62786 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

ER and Repair, USN

574 Washington Street

Bath, ME 04530­0998

N62789 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

L8 and Repair, USN

Groton, CT 06340

N62791 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

NU and Repair, USN

Naval Station, Box 119

San Diego, CA 92136­5119

N62793 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

4T and Repair, USN

Newport News, VA 23607­2785

N62794 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

7D and Repair, USN

Flushing & Washington Avenues

Brooklyn, NY 11251­9000

N62795 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

7F and Repair, USN

Pascagoula, MS 39568­2210

N62798 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

4X and Repair, USN

San Francisco, CA 94124­2996

N62799 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

7M and Repair, USN

Seattle, WA 98115­5001

N62802 Naval Audit Service Northeast Region

(MAJ00012) 5 Executive Campus, Suite 200

V8P Cherry Hill, NJ 08002­4104

N62808 Public Works Center, Subic Bay

(MAJ00025) (Luzon, Republic of the Philippines)

FZ0 FPO AP 96451­2900

N62816 Defense Printing Service Det. Br. Office

(MAJ00023) (Naples, Italy)

L5A­C Box 108

FPO AE 09619

N62832 Naval Activities (Rota, Spain)

FPO AE 09645

N62836 Officer in Charge of Construction

L4 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts

Far East

Yokosuka, Box 61

FPO AP 96349

N62841 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00030) Naval Ordnance Test Unit

EKA Cape Canaveral, FL 32920­1623

N62844 Naval Imaging Command

K0 Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20350­2000

N62849 Naval Aviation Engineering Service Unit

(MAJ00019) Philadelphia, PA 19112­5088

EFC

N62852 Naval Electronic System Security Engineering Center

Naval Security Station

3801 Nebraska Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20390

N62856 Naval Air Facility (Lajes Azores, Portugal)

(MAJ00060) APO AE 09720­5000

LHW­X

N62863 Naval Station (Rota, Spain)

K4 FPO AE 09645

N62864 Officer in Charge of Construction

L2 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts

Southwest Pacific (Manila, Philippines)

APO AP 96440

N62892 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00069) Naval Security Group Activity

8QA Site "B", Card Sound Road

Homestead, FL 33039­6428

R62894 Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea

(MAJ00070) (Yongsan, South Korea)

4LA APO AP 96205­0023

N62907 Naval Plant Representative Office

KG Applied Physics Laboratory

Johns Hopkins Road

Laurel, MD 20810

N62908 Naval Weapons Engineering Support Activity

8D Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N62911 Navy Recruiting Area One

(MAJ00022) Scotia, NY 12302­9462

MQC

N62913 Commander, Naval Recruiting Area Three

(MAJ00022) 451 College Street

MLL P.O. Box 4887

Macon, GA 31208­4887

N62915 Navy Recruiting Area Five

(MAJ00022) Building 3, NTC

MQJ Great Lakes, IL 60088­5135

N62917 Commander, Navy Recruiting Area Seven

(MAJ00022) 1499 Regal Row, Suite 501

ML0­1 Dallas, TX 75247

N62918 Navy Recruiting Area Eight

(MAJ00022) 7677 Oakport Street, Suite 650

MLA Oakland CA 94621­1929

N62922 Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, Pacific

7W Department of the Navy

P.O. Box 418

San Bruno, CA 94067

N62954 Navy Recruiting District Cleveland

(MAJ00022) 17535 Rosbough Boulevard

MQN Middleburgh Heights, OH 44130

N62974 Marine Corps Air Station

JB Yuma, AZ 85364

N62980 Bureau of Naval Personnel

(MAJ00022) Washington, DC 20370­5000

MQR­Z

N62990 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

L3 and Repair, USN

P.O. Box 26

Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235

N62995 Naval Air Station, Sigonella (Italy)

4H FPO AE 09627

N63005 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00011) Administrative Support Unit, Bahrain

LBL­N FPO AE 09834

N63007 Nuclear Weapons Training Group, Atlantic

(MAJ00060) Norfolk, VA 23511LHS

N63015 Naval Education and Training Support Center, Pacific

7Y Fleet Station PO Bldg

San Diego, CA 92132

N63026 Marine Corps Air Station

(MAJ00027) (Futenma, Japan)

MUJ FPO AP 96372­5001

N63028 Polaris Missile Facility Atlantic

U2 Charleston, SC 29408

N63032 U.S. Naval Station, Keflavik (Iceland)

KS FPO AE 09728

N63038 U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station

8M Cutler

East Machias, ME 04630

N63042 Naval Air Station

NZ Lemoore, CA 93245

N63043 Commanding Officer

3S Naval Air Station

Meridian, MS 39301

N63051 Commanding Officer

(MAJ0004) Naval Investigative Service, Southeast Region

LB8 Naval Base, Building NH 53

Charleston, SC 29408­6425

N63053 Commanding Officer

Naval Investigative Service Regional Office

P.O. Box 6438

New Orleans, LA 70174

N63055 Naval Investigative Service

(MAJ00011) Mid­Atlanta Region Norfolk

LBJ 293 Independence Blvd, Suite 525, Pembroke 5

Virginia Beach, VA 23462

N63058 Naval Investigative Service

(MAJ00011) Northwest Region

LBC P.O. Box 4247

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

N63073 U.S. Naval Security Group Activity RAF

(MAJ00069) (Edzell UK)

8Q6­8 FPO AE 09419

N63080 Navy Resale Activity, Chinhae (South Korea)

KT FPO AP 96269

N63082 Commanding OfficerNaval Technical Training Center

Corry Station (Code 4460)

Pensacola, FL 32511

N63110 Commanding Officer

Chief of Naval Air Training (Code N­73)

Naval Air Station

Corpus Christi, TX 78419

N63111 Commanding Officer

Chief of Naval Technical Training

Naval Air Station, Memphis

Millington, TN 38054

N63124 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

(MAJ00024) and Repair, USN

U00­9 New Orleans, LA 70146

N63134 Fleet Numerical Oceanography Center

7R Monterey, CA 93940

N63135 Defense Printing Service Management Office

(MAJ00023) Washington, DC 20374­1762

4JD­E

N63136 Navy Section, U.S. Military

Group, Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Department of State

Washington, DC 20521

N63143 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station

8K (Keflavik, Iceland)

Box 22

FPO AE 09728

N63152 Fleet Combat Direction Systems

GZ Support Activity

San Diego, CA 92147­5081

N63165 Navy Regional Data Automation Center, Washington

7U Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N63182 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station

8T (Rota, Spain)

FPO AE 09644

N63200 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00011) Naval Satellite Operations Center

LBB Point Mugu, CA 93042­5013

N63204 Naval Plant Representative Office

KV Goodyear Aerospace Corp.

Akron, OH 44305

N63209 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9A Corps Unit

University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87106

N63210 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9B Corps Unit

Iowa State University of Science

and Technology

Ames, IA 50011­3010

N63211 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9C Corps Unit

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI 48109­1085

N63212 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9G Corps Unit

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX 78712

N63213 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9J Corps Unit

University of California

Berkeley, CA 94720­0001

N63214 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9M Corps Unit

University of Colorado, Box 374

Boulder, CO 80309­0374

N63215 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9U Corps Unit

Illinois Institute of Technology

3300 S. Federal Street

Chicago, IL 60616­3793

N63216 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9W Corps Unit

University of Missouri

Columbia, MO 65201

N63217 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9Z Corps Unit

Oregon State University

Corvallis, OR 97331

N63218 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0B Corps Unit

Northwestern University

Evanston, IL 60201

N63219 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0E Corps Unit

L99 Rice University, P.O. Box 1892

Houston, TX 77001

N63220 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0L Corps Unit

UCLA, Mens Gym Room 123405 Milgard Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90024­1399

N63221 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AB Corps Unit

PED 101, University Park MC 0654

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA 90089­0654

N63222 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0H Corps Unit

University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS 66044

N63223 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0K Corps Unit

University of Nebraska

Lincoln, NE 68508

N63224 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AD Corps Unit

University of Wisconsin

1610 University Avenue

Madison, WI 53705

N63225 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AH Corps Unit

Marquette University

Milwaukee, WI 53233

N63226 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AJ Corps Unit

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN 55455­0108

N63227 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AK Corps Unit

University of Idaho

Moscow, ID 83843­3244

N63228 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AM Corps Unit

Tulane University

New Orleans, LA 70118

N63229 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AN Corps Unit

University of Oklahoma

Norman, Oklahoma 73019

N63230 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AR Corps Unit

University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, IN 46556­5601

N63231 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AW Corps Unit

University of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT 84112­1107

N63232 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AY Corps Unit

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195

N63234 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9Q Corps Unit

505 East Armory Street

University of Illinois

Champaign, IL 61820­6288

N63235 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R05 Corps Unit

Purdue University

West Lafayette, IN 47907­0001

N63273 Fleet Combat Direction Systems Support Activity

4S Dam Neck, Port Hueneme Division, Naval

Surface Warfare Center

Virginia Beach, VA 23461

N63285 Naval Security and Investigative Command

(MAJ00011) Washington, DC 20388

LB0

N63290 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Combat Systems Technical Schools Command

R00­1 Mare Island

Vallejo, CA 94592

N63291 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0F Corps Unit

Barton Hall

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853

N63294 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AV Corps Unit

University of Rochester

Rochester, NY 14627

N63295 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0M Corps Unit

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY 12180­3590

N63296 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9F Corps Unit

Auburn University

Auburn, AL 36830

N63299 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0A Corps Unit

Duke University

Durham, NC 27706

N63301 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9D Corps Unit

Georgia Tech

Atlanta, GA 30313

N63303 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0U Corps Unit

College of the Holy Cross

Worcester, MA 01610­2389

N63306 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AS Corps Unit

Miami University

Oxford, OH 45056­1698

N63307 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0N Corps Unit

University of Mississippi

Box 69

University, MS 38677

N63308 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9R Corps Unit

University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC 27515

N63309 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9Y Corps Unit

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH 43210­1169

N63310 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0P Corps Unit

Wagner Bldg.

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

N63311 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AT Corps Unit

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA 19104

N63313 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9X Corps Unit

University of South Carolina

Columbia, SC 29208

N63315 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AL Corps Unit

Vanderbilt University (Westside Hall)

Nashville, TN 37240

N63316 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0R Corps Unit

Villanova University

Villanova, PA 19085­1699

N63317 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9T Corps Unit

Maury Hall

University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA 22903­3194

N63325 Naval Education & Training Support Center, Atlantic

7X Bldg. Z­86, Naval Station

Norfolk, VA 23511

N63339 Navy Exchange

LL Naval Air Station, Adak (Alaska)

FPO AP 96506

N63340 Navy Exchange, Newfoundland

LM (Argentia, Canada)

FPO AE 09730

N63341 Navy Exchange Det.

LN Naval Air Station, Chase Field

Beeville, TX 78102

N63344 Navy Commissary Store Region

LR Charleston, SC 29408

N63345 Navy Exchange

LS Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay (Cuba)

FPO AE 09731

N63346 Navy Resale Activity

LT Commissary Support Office

Naval Station, Keflavik (Iceland)

FPO AE 09728

N63348 Navy Exchange Det.

LV Naval Air StationKingsville, TX 78364

N63349 Navy Exchange, Naval Air Station

LW Lemoore, CA 93246

N63350 Navy Exchange

3L (Dunstable, UK)

FPO AE 09499

N63351 Navy Commissary Store Region, Naval Station

LY Long Beach, CA 90802

N63352 Navy Exchange Det.

KE Naval Air Station

Meridian, MS 39301

N63353 Officer in Charge

MA Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

Naval Support Activity, Naples (Italy)

FPO AE 09619

N63357 Navy Exchange

ME Naval Station, Rota (Spain)

FPO AE 09645

N63362 Officer in Charge

MK Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

Naval Station (Subic Bay, Philippines)

P.O. Box 28

FPO AP 96451

N63365 Navy Resale Activity, Commissary Support Office

MN (Yokosuka, Japan) Box 33

FPO AP 96349

N63367 Officer in Charge

MP Commissary OPS Div.

Navy Resale and Services Support

Office, Field Support Office

Norfolk, VA 23511

N63369 Military Sealift Command Office

Benelux (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

APO AE 09715

N63381 Joint U.S. Military Advisory Group, Thailand

(MAJ00011) (Bangkok, Thailand)

LBA APO AP 96546

N63387 Navy Public Works Center, Naval Base

JD San Diego, CA 92136

N63394 Naval Surface Warfare Center

L6 Port Hueneme Division

Port Hueneme, CA 93043

N63395 U.S. Naval Communication Station Thurso

8L (Caithness, UK)

FPO AE 09418

N63402 Commanding Officer

K7 Strategic Weapons Facility, Pacific

Bremerton, WA 98383

N63406 Naval Submarine Base San Diego

(MAJ00070) 140 Sylvester Road

V5C San Diego, CA 92106­3521

N63408 Navy Material Transportation Office

HV Norfolk, VA 23511­6691

N63410 Navy Manpower and Material Analysis

KA Center, Atlantic

Norfolk, VA 23511

N63427 U.S. Naval Communication Station

8F Harold E. Holt, Exmouth

Western Australia

FPO AP 96550

N63429 Naval Computer and Telecommunications

MH Station London (UK)

FPO AE 09499

N63439 Naval Ophthalmic Support and Training Activity

K9 Yorktown, VA 23690

N63543 Naval Reserve Center

(MAJ00072) 3070 Ross Lane

9TC Central Point, OR 97502­1399

N63821 Officer in Charge

(MAJ00039) Naval Underwater Systems Center

NSA­B AUTEC Andros Range Detachment

(Andros Island, Bahama Islands)

FPO AA 34058

N63886 Naval Security Group Activity

(MAJ00069) (Adak, AK)

8Q0­1 FPO AP 96505

N63891 Naval Security Group, Northwest

(MAJ00069) Chesapeake, VA 23322

8QG

N64165 Naval Unit

(MAJ00062) Lowry Air Force Base, CO 80230

R0Z

N64181 Department of Naval Science

(MAJ00062) Texas Maritime Academy

R0W Galveston, TX 77553­1675

N64267 Naval Warfare Assessment Center

M9 Corona Annex

Corona, CA 91720

N64281 Commanding Officer

3U Naval Sea Combat Systems Engineering Station

KX Naval Station

Norfolk, VA 23511

N64356 Commanding Officer

KF Naval Administrative Command

Armed Forces Staff College

Norfolk, VA 23511­6097

N64980 Officer in Charge

(MAJ00061) Naval Weapons Facility

NLA­C Detachment Machrihanish (UK)

FPO AE 09422

N64981 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00061) Naval Weapons Facility

NL5­7 (St. Mawgan, UK)

FPO AE 09415

N65113 Navy Public Works Center

EZ Bldg 1A

Great Lakes, IL 60088­5600

N65114 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00025) Navy Public Works Center

EJC Naval Air Station

Pensacola, FL 32508­6500

N65115 Navy Public Works Center

(MAJ00025) Box 13 (Yokosuka, Japan)

FZA FPO AP 96349­3100

N65116 Officer in Charge

MZ Navy­Marine Corps Appellate Review Activity

Office of the Judge Advocate General

Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374­2001

N65146 Procurement Branch, OP­09B31

7E Office of the Chief of Naval Operations

Support Activity

Washington, DC 20350

N65198 Naval Administrative Unit

3H 550 First Street

Idaho Falls, ID 83401


N65236 Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Center

V7 4600 Goer Road

North Charleston, SC 29406

N65256 Navy Office of Information, East

(MAJ00012) 133 East 58th Street, 1st Floor

V8C New York, NY 10022

N65428 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital (Roosevelt Roads, PR)

MDP FPO AA 34051­8100

N65440 Officer in Charge

4V Navy Exchange

NAVCOMMSTA Harold E. Holt

(Exmouth, Australia)

FPO AP 96550

N65491 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) (Subic Bay, Philippines)

J5P FPO AP 96452­1600

N65492 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital

MCA Fiscal & Supply Service, Code 32C

Orlando, FL 32813­5200

N65497 Commissary OPS Division, NAVRESSO

4U Field Support Office

2801 "C" Street, SW

Auburn, WA 98001

N65538 Naval Sea Logistics Center

(MAJ00024) 5450 Carlisle Pike

U0D P.O. Box 2060

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055­0795

N65540 Naval Ship System Engineering Station

(MAJ00024) Carderock Division

EHP­S Naval Surface Warfare Center

Naval Base

Philadelphia, PA 19112­5083

N65575 Naval Medical Clinic

(MAJ00018) Seattle, WA 98115MCY

N65576 Navy Space Systems Activity

P.O. Box 92960

Worldway Postal Center

Los Angeles, CA 90009

N65580 Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Center

M2 P.O. Box 55

Portsmouth, VA 23705


N65849 Office of Civilian Personnel Management

(MAJ00012) Southwest Region

HXY­Z San Diego, CA 92188

N65870 Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion

M4 and Repair, USN

Long Beach Naval Shipyard

Long Beach, CA 90822

N65886 Commanding Officer

Aviation Depot

Naval Air Station

Jacksonville, FL 32212

N65888 Aviation Depot

ED North Island

San Diego, CA 92135

N65889 Commanding Officer

Aviation Depot

Naval Air Station, Code 56000

Pensacola, FL 32508

N65912 Commanding Officer

GP Naval Sea Support Center, Atlantic

St. Juliens Creek Annex

Portsmouth, VA 23702

N65913 Naval Sea Support Center, Pacific

7L San Diego, CA 92138

N65918 Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity

FT Naval Station

San Diego, CA 92136­5000

N65926 Officer in Charge

(MAJ00039) Naval Underwater Systems Center Detachment

NSA­B AUTEC West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach, FL 33402

N65928 Naval Training Center

(MAJ00062) Orlando, FL 32813

N3

N65980 Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Activity

(MAJ00039) St. Inigoes, MD 20684

NSL­N

N65995 Officer in Charge

KM Naval Support Activity

(Holy Loch, UK)

FPO AE 09416

N66001 Naval Command Control and Ocean

7N Surveillance Center

RDT&E Division

San Diego, CA 92152­5000

N66021 Naval Air Pacific Repair Activity

7G (Atsugi, Japan)

FPO AP 96306

N66022 Naval Dental Center

(MAJ00018) San Diego, CAMDW

N66032 Information Technology Acquisition Center

LK Building 218, Washington Navy Yard

Washington, DC 20374

N66074 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AU Corps Unit

Prairie View A&M University

Prairie View, TX 77445

N66094 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Cherry Point, NC 28533­5008

QAA­B

N66095 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) NAS

J5E Lemoore, CA 93246

N66096 Naval Hospital Naples

(MAJ00018) Box 19 (Naples, Italy)

QAJ FPO AE 09619

N66097 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Oak Harbor, WA 98278­8800MDE

N66125 Naval Facility (Guam)

(MAJ00070) FPO AP 96540­2903

V5J

N66231 Naval Reserve Readiness Center

(MAJ00072) Bldg 2711, Naval Training Center

9TS Great Lakes, IL 60088­5707

N66398 Navy Motion Picture Service

(MAJ00022) Flushing & Washington Avenues

ML6­7 Brooklyn, NY 11251­8400

N66458 Naval Oceanography Command Facility

(MAJ00065) NASS0CBrunswick, ME 04011­5000

N66540 Morale, Welfare and Recreation Division

(MAJ00022) Bureau of Naval Personnel

NVZ Washington, DC 20370­5000

N66604 Naval Undersea Warfare Center,

N4 Division Newport

Newport, RI 02840

N66612 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L95 Corps Unit

The Citadel

Charleston, SC 29409­0770

N66630 Naval Air Reserve

(MAJ00072) Naval Air Station

LCS Point Mugu, CA 93042­5018

N66691 Commanding Officer

4P Naval Support Activity

(Souda Bay, Crete, Greece)

FPO AE 09865

N66715 Commander

VJ Navy Recruiting Command

Washington, DC 22203­1191

N66753 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0G Corps Unit

Jacksonville University

Jacksonville, FL 32211

N66754 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00069) Naval Security Group Activity

8QX (Sabana Seca, PR)

FPO AA 34053

N66809 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0V Corps Unit

Savannah State College

Savannah, GA 31404

N66810 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9H Corps Unit

Southern University and A&M College

Baton Rouge, LA 70813

N66833 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00060) U.S. Naval Station Panama (Rodman, Canal Zone)

LHL FPO AA 34061­1000

N66863 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Biodynamics Laboratory

MCU­X 13800 Old Gentilly Road

Michout Assembly Facility

New Orleans, LA 70189

N66890 Naval Station, Mare Island

LJ Supply and Fiscal Code 90

Bldg 851

Vallejo, CA 94592

N66898 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Medical Clinic

QAF New Orleans, LA 70142

N66957 Defense Printing Service Det. Office

Bldg. 2049, NTC

Orlando, FL 32813

N66959 Defense Printing Service Det. Office

(MAJ00023) P.O. Box 3, NAS

4JR Jacksonville, FL 32212

N66965 Defense Printing Service Det. Office

(MAJ00023) Point Mugu, CA 93042­5027

4JQ

N66972 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

5901 S.W. 74th Street

Miami, FL 33143

N67596 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

102 W Rector Street

San Antonio, TX 78216

N68011 Commanding Officer

Navy Recruiting District

8 North Third Street, Sterick Bldg.

Memphis, TN 38103

N68047 Naval Regional Contracting Center

(MAJ00070) (Singapore)

4L0 FPO AP 96534­2100


N68056 Naval Medical Command Southwest Region

JE San Diego, CA 92134

N68057 Commanding Officer

VZ Naval Regional Data Automation Center

Code 212Norfolk, VA 23511

N68064 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0D Corps Unit

University of Florida

Van Fleet Hall, Room 26

Gainesville, FL 32601

N68072 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9V Corps Unit

Texas A&M University

College Station, TX 77843

N68073 Naval Computer and Telecommunications

(MAJ00063) Station Diego Garcia

NTU (British Indian Ocean Territory)

FPO AP 96464­0008

N68084 Commanding Officer (Code 206)

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital

MDJ­M Charleston, SC 29408­6900

N68086 Naval Hospital

7S Newport, RI 02841

N68088 National Support Unit Headquarters

(MAJ00061) Commander­in­Chief Iberian Atlantic Area

NLL­N (Lisbon, Portugal)

APO AE 09726­0001

N68090 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Long Beach, CA 90822­5199

MD0­9

N68092 Naval Medical Command Northeast Region

Great Lakes, IL 60088

N68093 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) Camp LeJeune, NC 28542­5008

MCG­H

N68094 Naval Hospital

V9 Camp Pendleton, CA 92055­5008

N68095 Naval Hospital

JF Boone Road

Bremerton, WA 98312­1898

N68096 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00018) Naval Hospital (Guam)

J50 FPO AP 96540­1600

N68097 Naval Medical Command Northwest Region

Oakland, CA 94627

N68098 Naval Medical Clinic

(MAJ00018) Box 121 Code 01.3

QAL­M Pearl Harbor, HI 96860­5080

N68101 Naval Medical Clinic

(MAJ00018) 17th Street and Pattison Avenue

MDT­V Philadelphia, PA 19145­5199

N68139 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AZ Corps Unit

Florida A&M University

Tallahassee, FL 32307

N68141 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9P Corps Unit

Maine Maritime Academy

Castine, ME 04421­0902

N68142 Naval Computer & Telecommunications Station

NK Naval Air Station

Pensacola, FL 32508­6100

N68165 Naval Facility

(MAJ00060) (Brawdy, Wales, UK)

J06­8 FPO AE 09420

N68166 Naval Technical Intelligence Center

(MAJ00015) 4301 Suitland Road

L01­2 Washington, DC 20390

N68171 Commanding Officer

M3 Naval Regional Contracting Center

(Naples, Italy)

PSC 810, Box 50

FPO AE 09619­3700

N68175 Navy Recruiting District New Jersey

(MAJ00022) Parkway Towers, Building A

MQA 485 US Route 1, So.

Iselin, NJ 08830­3012

N68199 Commanding Officer

Navy Office of Information, Southeast

1459 Peachtree Street, NE ­ Suite 300

Atlanta, GA 30309

N68200 Director

VM Navy Office of Information, Southwest

1114 Commerce Street, Suite 811

Dallas, TX 75242

N68221 Commanding Officer

7J Navy Personnel Research and

Development Center

San Diego, CA 92152

N68246 Officer in Charge

(MAJ00070) U.S. Naval Supply Depot Yokosuka Det.

4LL­N (Sasebo, Japan)

FPO AP 96322­1500

N68248 Officer in Charge of Construction

V6 Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts

Naval Submarine Base

Kings Bay, GA 31547

R68251 Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity

(MAJ00070) Box 141

LPC Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

N68292 Naval Hospital (Yokosuka, Japan)

(MAJ00018) FPO AP 96350­1615

J5A

N68297 Naval Magazine

ET Lualualei, Oahu HI 96792­4301

N68303 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0C Corps Unit

State University of New York

Maritime College

Fort Schuyler

Bronx, NY 10465­4198

N68306 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command

9TF Region Six, WNY Bldg 200

Washington, DC 20374­2003

N68307 Commander, Code 431

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region Ten

LCJ New Orleans, LA 70142

N68308 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region 20, Bldg 1, NAVSTA Treasure Island

9TQ San Francisco, CA 94130­5032

N68311 Naval Station

JL Long Beach, CA 90822

N68322 Naval Education & Training Program

7Z Management Support Activity, Code

SU1 Saufley Field

Pensacola, FL 32509

N68323 Naval Legal Service Office

(MAJ00011) 200 Stovall Street

LBC Alexandria, VA 22332­2400

N68327 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00022) Naval Reserve Personnel Center

ML8 New Orleans, LA 70149­7800

N68328 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region 22

9TJ Bldg 9, Naval Station

Seattle, WA 98115­5009

N68329 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region Five

LCL Bldg. 1033, USAAP

Ravenna, OH 44266­9211

N68330 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region 13

9TN Bldg 1, Code 712, NTC

Great Lakes, IL 60088­5026

N68331 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region Four

LCE­F Bldg. 662, Naval Base

Philadelphia, PA 19112

N68332 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command

9T0­1 Region 18301 Navy Drive

Industrial Airport, KS 66031­0031

N68335 Commanding Officer

4Y Naval Air Warfare Center

Aircraft Division Lakehurst

Supply Dept., Purchase Division

Lakehurst, NJ 08733

N68348 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command, Region Nine

9TG NAS Memphis (76), Bldg E­35

Millington, TN 38054

N68349 Commander

Naval Reserve Readiness Command

Region 16

Bldg. 715, Minneapolis­St. Paul IAP

Minneapolis, MN 55450­2996

N68350 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region 19

LCH 960 North Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92132­5108

N68351 Naval Reserve Readiness Command

(MAJ00072) Region One

LCQ Newport, RI 02840­5016

N68355 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0J Corps Unit

Virginia Military Institute

Lexington, VA 24450­2697

N68356 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command, Region Seven

9TD Naval Base

Charleston, SC 29408

N68357 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command, Region Two

9TL Scotia, NY 12302­9465

N68358 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command, Region Eight

9TA Naval Air Station

Jacksonville, FL 32212

N68359 Commander

(MAJ00072) Naval Reserve Readiness Command, Region Eleven

9TB Bldg 11

Naval Air Station

Dallas, TX 75211

N68378 Navy Public Works Center

KQ San Francisco Bay

Oakland, CA 94623

N68391 Navy Recruiting District, Harrisburg

(MAJ00022) 310 North Second Street

MLB Harrisburg, PA 17101­1304

N68401 Navy Recruiting District, San Diego

(MAJ00022) Naval Training Center, Building 335

MLJ San Diego, CA 92133­6800

N68402 Navy Office of Information

(MAJ00012) New England Branch

V8E 408 Atlantic AvenueBoston, MA 02210­2203

N68409 Naval Dental Center

(MAJ00018) San Francisco, CA 94130­5030

QAU

N68436 Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, Code 863

KC Bremerton, WA 98315J6

N68441 Commanding Officer

Naval Dental Clinic

Naval Air Station

Pensacola, FL 32508

N68443 Commanding Officer

7T Naval Dental Clinic

Bremerton, WA 98314

N68451 Navy Regional Data Automation Center San Francisco

MF Naval Air Station

Alameda, CA 94501

N68470 Naval Hospital

(MAJ00018) (Okinawa, Japan)

J5J­M FPO AP 96362

N68497 Commanding Officer, Code 40

Naval Administrative Command

Naval Training Station

Orlando, FL 32813

N68499 Director

LX Naval Council of Personnel Boards

Ballston Center Tower #2

801 North Randolph Street

Arlington, VA 22203­1989

N68518 Commanding Officer

Naval Reserve Financial Information Processing Center

Code S43

4400 Dauphine Street

New Orleans, LA 70146

N68520 Aviation Depot Operations Center

7P Naval Air Station

Patuxent River, MD 20670

N68527 Naval & MC Reserve Readiness Center

(MAJ00072) Armed Forces Reserve Center

9TT Floyd Bennett Field

Brooklyn, NY 11234­7097

N68546 Navy Environmental Health Center

QG Naval Station

Norfolk, VA 23511

N68547 Personnel Support Activity

(MAJ00060) Naval Station

LHQ Norfolk, VA 23511­5115

N68560 Naval Computer & Telecommunications Station

QM Jacksonville, FL 32212­0111

N68561 Navy Management Systems Support Office

(MAJ00039) 1441 Crossways Blvd.

NSE Chesapeake, VA 23320­2843

N68593 Naval Ocean Processing Facility

(MAJ00060) Dam Neck, VA 23461­5450

LHE

N68608 Naval Computer Telecommunications Station

(MAJ00011) 4400 Dauphine Street

LBP­Y New Orleans, LA 70145­7700

N68610 Officer in Charge

GF Fleet Hospital Support Office

620 Central Ave., Bldg #5

Alameda, CA 94501­3874

N68636 Naval Sea Systems Command

(MAJ00024) Automated Data Systems Activity

EHJ­K P.O. Box 100

Indian Head, MD 20640­0100

N68689 Human Resources Office

(MAJ00024) Crystal City

U0F Washington, DC 20376

N68691 Naval Plant Representative Office

JW (Melbourne, Australia)

APO AP 96551

N68692 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AX Corps Unit

University of San Diego/San Diego

State University

Alcala Park

San Diego, CA 92110­2496

N68695 Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity

(MAJ00060) Naval Reserve Maintenance Facility

LHG Bldg 133, Naval Base

Philadelphia, PA 19112­5066

N68699 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AP Corps Unit

Old Dominion University/Hampton Institute

Norfolk State University

5215 Hampton Blvd.Norfolk, VA 23508­8556

N68707 Naval Reserve Maintenance Training Facility

(MAJ00072) Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

9TU Bremerton, WA 98314­5270

N68709 Naval Air Station

(MAJ00060) Mayport, FL 32228

J0C

N68710 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9K Corps Unit

Virginia Polytechnic Institute

and State University

Blacksburg, VA 24061­2306

N68717 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9L Corps Unit

Boston University

116 Bay State Road

Boston, MA 02215

N68725 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0Q Corps Unit

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

N68726 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0T Corps Unit

The George Washington University

Washington, DC 20052

N68727 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AF Corps Unit

Memphis State University

Memphis, TN 38152­0001

N68728 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AQ Corps Unit

Norwich University

Northfield, VT 05663­1097

N68733 Strategic Weapons Facility, Atlantic

(MAJ00030) Kings Bay, GA 31547­6600

EKC

N68742 Naval Base

(MAJ00070) Seattle, WA 98115­5012LPA

N68753 Naval Air Pacific Repair Activity Det.,

(MAJ00070) Singapore

V5L SAE Singapore

FPO AP 96536­2700

N68829 Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity (NRMF)

(MAJ00060) Pier 2, Bldg. 68 NETC

J0J Newport, RI 02841­5001

N68831 Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity San Francisco

(MAJ00070) Bldg 162, NASLPG

Alameda, CA 94501­5065

N68836 Commanding Officer

J9 Naval Supply Center

Jacksonville, FL 32212

N68857 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

8AC Corps Unit

Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX 79409­4559

N68860 Naval Supply Center ­ Pensacola

KR Pensacola, FL 32508­6200

N68875 Naval Hospital (Keflavik, Iceland)

(MAJ00018) PSC 1003, Box 8

QAP­S FPO AE 09728­0308

N68877 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

R0Y Corps Unit

Carnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburgh, PA 15213

N68881 Commanding Officer

(MAJ00062) Naval Reserve Officers Training

L9E Corps Unit

Morehouse College

Atlanta, GA 30314

N68891 Naval Station

(MAJ00060) Ingleside, TX 78362­5000

LH5

N68899 Naval Reserve Intelligence Command

(MAJ00072) Bldg. 11, Naval Air Station

LCW Dallas, TX 75211­9541

N68925 Navy Public Works Center

8J Building 175, Washington Navy Yard

901 M Street, SE

Washington, DC 20374­5041

N68944 Naval Command, Control and

4F, 4W Ocean Surveillance Center

EW, 3E ISE West Coast Division (NISE West)

KU, 3B San Diego, CA 92186­5137

N70092 Naval Security Station

(MAJ00069) 3801 Nebraska Avenue, NW

8QJ­K, Q­R Washington, DC 20390­8230

N70240 Commanding Officer

M6 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station

Naval Air Station

937 N. Harbor DriveSan Diego, CA 92132

N70272 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area

8G Master Station Atlantic

ND Norfolk, VA 23511­6898

LQ

N70273 Naval Radio Station

V3 Jim Creek

Oso, WA 98223

N70278 Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station

V4 (Yokosuka, Japan)

Box 3

FPO AP 96349

N70283 Commanding Officer, Code 30

(MAJ00069) Naval Security Group Activity

8QE (Galeta Island, Canal Zone)

FPO AA 34060­9998

N70294 U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area

8H Master Station MED

(Naples, Italy)

FPO AE 09620

N70310 Naval Radio Station

RN2 Sugar Grove, WV 26815.

PART 4­­MARINE CORPS ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

M00027 Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

MS*, MU* Washington, DC 20380

MS0­9

M00146 Marine Corps Air Station

MT Cherry Point, NC 28533

M00243 Marine Corps Recruit Depot

NE San Diego, CA 92140

M00263 Marine Corps Recruit Depot

MX Parris Island, SC 29905

M00264 Marine Corps Combat Development Command

(MAJ00027) Marine Corps Air Facility

MUT Quantico, VA 22134­5001

M00318 Marine Corps Air Station

Kaneohe Bay

Oahu, HI 96744

M00681 Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton

NG Oceanside, CA 92054

M60050 Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro

MV Santa Ana, CA 92709

M62204 Marine Corps Logistics Base

MW Barstow, CA 92311

M62974 Marine Corps Air Station

NA Yuma, AZ 85364

M67001 Marine Corps Base

NB Camp Lejeune, NC 28542

M67004 Marine Corps Logistics Base

NC Albany, GA 31704

M67011 Director, 1st Marine Corps District, Garden City

(MAJ00027) Long Island, NY 11530

MSA

M67013 Director, 4th Marine Corps District

(MAJ00027) Philadelphia, PA 19112­5072

MSC

M67015 Director, 6th Marine Corps District

(MAJ00027) Atlanta, GA 30303

MSE

M67016 Director, 8th Marine Corps District

(MAJ00027) New Orleans, LA 70113

MSG

M67017 Director, 9th Marine Corps District

(MAJ00027) Shawnee Mission, KA 66204

MSJ

M67019 Director, 12th Marine Corps District

(MAJ00027) San Francisco, CA 94130

MSL

M67021 Marine Aircraft Wing 4, New Orleans

(MAJ00027) 4400 Dauphine Street

MUC New Orleans, LA 70146­9125

M67025 Headquarters, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific

Pearl Harbor, HI 96860

M67029 Marine Barracks

(MAJ00027) Washington, DC 20003

MSN

M67030 Marine Corps Security Force Battalion Pacific

(MAJ00027) NAVSTA Mare Island

MUP Vallejo, CA 94592­5022

M67290 Marine Aviation Training Support Group­90

(MAJ00027) NATTC

MSY NAS Memphis

Millington, TN 38054­5123

M67351 Marine Corps Security Force Company

(London, UK)

APO AE 09499

M67353 Headquarters Battalion, Marine Corps

(MAJ00027) Henderson Hall

MSQ Arlington, VA 22214

M67354 Post Supply Officer, Headquarters Marine Corps

Navy Annex

Arlington, VA 20380

M67355 Landing Force Training Command Atlantic

(MAJ00027) Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

MUN Naval Amphibious Base

Little Creek, Norfolk, VA 23521­2350

M67385 Camp H. M. Smith, U.S. Marine Corps, Halawa Heights

(MAJ00027) Oahu, Hawaii 96861

MU0­1

M67391 Marine Corps Camp Det.

KY (Camp Elmore)

Norfolk, VA 23511

M67399 Marine Corps Air­Ground Combat Center

NF Twentynine Palms, CA 92278

M67400 Marine Corps Procurement Office, Okinawa

QJ Marine Corps Base, Camp Smedley D. Butler

(Ryuku Island, Southern)

FPO AP 96373

M67428 Marine Corps Air Bases Western Area

JA MCAS El Toro

Santa Ana, CA 92709

M67443 Defense Finance and Accounting Service

LG Kansas City Center

Kansas City, MO 64197

M67840 USMC

(MAJ00027) Marine Corps Detachment

MUV 1420 Hughes Avenue

Lackland Training Center

Lackland AF Base, TX 78236­5411

M67842 East Coast Commissary Complex

K6 Marine Corps Base

Camp LeJeune, NC 28542

M67853 Marine Corps Security Force Battalion Atlantic

(MAJ00027) Naval Base

MUR Norfolk, VA 23511­5697

M67854 Marine Corps Research, Development and

(MAJ00027) Acquisition Command

MU6­9 Washington, DC

M68479 4th Marine Division (Rein), FMF, USMCR

(MAJ00027) 4400 Dauphine Street

MSU New Orleans, LA 70146­5400

M68522 Marine Corps Reserve Support Center

(MAJ00027) Purchasing Department

MSW 16950 El Monte

Overland Park, KS 66211­1408

PART 5­­AIR FORCE ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

F01600 3800 LS/LGC

5A Maxwell AFB, AL 36112­5320

F01620 SSC/PK

6K Gunter AFS, AL 36114­6343

F02600 82 SG/LGC

5B Williams AFB, AZ 85240­5004

F02601 355 CONS/CC

5C Davis­Monthan AFB, AZ 85707­5320

F02604 58 CONS/CC

5D Luke AFB, AZ 85309­5320

F03601 97 LOGSS/LGLC

5E Eaker AFB, AR 72317­5320

F03602 314 CONS/LGC

5F Little Rock AFB, AR 72076­5320

F04604 93 CONS/LGC

5G Castle AFB, CA 95342­5320

F04605 22 CONS/LGC

5H March AFB, CA 92518­5320

F04606 SM­ALC/PK

SM Directorate of Contracting

Sacramento Air Logistics Center

McClellan AFB, CA 95652­5320

F04607 63 MAW/LGC

5J Norton AFB, CA 92409­5320

F04609 35 FW/LGC

5K George AFB, CA 92394­5320

F04611 AFFTC/PK

QQ Edwards AFB, CA 93523­5320

F04612 323 LG/LGC

5L Mather AFB CA 95655­5320

F04626 60 MAW/LGC

5M Travis AFB, CA 94535­5320

F04666 9 CONS/LGC

5N Beale AFB, CA 95903­5320

F04684 4392 AEROSW/LGC

QW Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437­5320

F04689 2nd Satellite Tracking Group/LKD

RN Onizuka Air Force Base

P.O. Box 3430

Sunnyvale, CA 94088­3430

F04690 CSTC/PM

P.O. Box 3430

Sunnyvale, CA 94088­3430

F04693 SSD/PMB

MG Base Contracts

P.O. Box 92960

Worldway Postal Center

Los Angeles, CA 90009­9260

F04699 SM­ALC/PKO

Q5 Operational Contracting

McClellan AFB, CA 95652­5320

F04700 AFFTC/PKO

Q2 Operational Contracting

Edwards AFB, CA 93523­5000

F04701 SSD/PK

TB Space Systems Division

P.O. Box 92960

Worldway Postal Center

Los Angeles, CA 90009­9260

F04702 1352 AVS/PK

Norton AFB, CA 92409­5996

F04703 30 SW/PK

R8 Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437­6021

F04704 BMO/PK

R9 Ballistic Missile Organization

Norton AFB, CA 92409­6463

F04709 Det 42, SM­ALC

S5 Norton AFB, CA 92409­6447

F05600 3415 CONS/LGC

5P Lowry AFB, CO 80230­5320

F05603 HQ Air Force Space Command/PKD

Director of Systems Contracting

Stop 7

Peterson AFB, CO 80914­5001

F05604 3d Space Support Wing/PKB

SX Stop 20

Peterson AFB, CO 80914­5000

F05611 USAFA/LGC

5Q USAF Academy, CO 80840­0189

F07603 436 AW/LGC

5R Dover AFB, DE 19902­5320

F08602 56 CONS/CC

5S MacDill AFB, FL 33608­5320

F08606 45 SW/PK

RG Patrick AFB, FL 32925­5472

F08620 1 SOW/LGC

5T Hurlburt Field, FL 32544­5320

F08621 31 CONS/CC

5U Homestead AFB, FL 33039­5320

F08626 ASD­OL/PK

QU Aeronautical Systems Division

Eglin AFB, FL 32542­5000

F08630 WL/MNK

S1 Eglin AFB, FL 32542­5000

F08635 AFDTC/PK

RH Air Force Development Test Center

Eglin AFB, FL 32542­5000

F08637 325 CONS/CC

5V Tyndall AFB, FL 32403­5320

F08650 ESMC/PMK

TJ Base Contracts

Patrick AFB, FL 32925­5472

F08651 AFDTC/PKO

Q3 Operational Contracting

Eglin AFB, FL 32542­5320

F09603 WR­ALC/PK

RJ, RR Warner Robins Air Logistics Center

Robins AFB, GA 31098­5320

F09604 Det 8, 2762 Logistics Sq Special (AFMC)

RU Robins AFB, GA 31098

F09607 347 CONS/CC

5W Moody AFB, GA 31699­5320

F09609 94 CSG/LGC

5X Dobbins AFB, GA 30069­5320

F09634 HQ AFRES/LGC

5Y Robins AFB, GA 31098­6001

F09650 WR­ALC/PKO

Q6 Operational Contracting

Robins AFB, GA 31098­5320

F10603 366 CONS/CC

5Z Mountain Home AFB, ID 83648­5320

F11602 3345 LG/LGC

6A Chanute AFB, IL 61868­5320

F11603 928 TAG/LGC

6B Chicago O'Hare ARFF IL 60666­5000

F11623 375 AAW/LGC

6C Scott AFB, IL 62225­5320

F11624 CSPO/PGZ

X4 Scott AFB, IL 62225­6001

F11626 HQ AMC/XOK

RL Scott AFB, IL 62225­5001

F12617 305 CONS/LGC

6D Grissom AFB, IN 46971­5320

F14614 384 CONS/LGC

6E McConnell AFB, KS 67221­5320

F16600 23 FW/LGC

6F England AFB, LA 71311­5320

F16602 2 CONS/LGC

6G Barksdale AFB, LA 71110­5320

F17600 42 CONS/LGC

6H Loring AFB, ME 0475­5320

F17608 101 AREFW/LGC

Bangor International Airport, ME 04401­5320

F19617 439 CSG/LGC

R5 Westover AFB MA 01022­5320

F19628 ESD/PK

RS Electronic Systems Division

Hanscom AFB, MA 01731­5000

F19630 AFCAC/PK

RV Hanscom AFB, MA 01731­6340

F19650 ESD/PKO

SH Operational Contracting

Hanscom AFB, MA 01731­5320

F20603 379 LOGSS/LGLC

6J Wurtsmith AFB, MI 48753­5320

F20613 410 CONS/LGC

6L K.I. Sawyer AFB, MI 49843­5320

F21611 934 CSS/LGC

6N Minneapolis­St. Paul IAP

MN 55450­5000

F22600 3380 CONS/LGC

RC Keesler AFB, MS 39534­5000

F22608 14 CONS/LGC

6Q Columbus AFB, MS 39701­5000

F23606 351 CONS/LGC

6R Whiteman AFB, MO 65305­5320

F23608 442 CSG/LGC

6S Richards­Gebaur AFB, MO 64030­5000

F24604 301 CONS/LGC

6T Malmstrom AFB, MT 59402­5320

F25600 55 CONS/LGC

6U Offutt AFB, NE 68113­5320

F25606 3908 CONS/LGC

TD Offutt AFB, NE 68113­5000

F26600 554 CONS/CC

S4 Nellis AFB, NV 89191­5320

F26606 37 FW/LGC

6M Nellis AFB, NV 89191­5320

F28609 438 MAW/LGC

6V McGuire AFB, NJ 08641­5320

F28620 OL­A, 1605 MASW/LGC

SN McGuire AFB, NJ 08641­5000

F29601 PL/PK

RW Phillips Laboratory

Kirtland AFB, NM 87117­5320

F29605 27 CONS/CC

6W Cannon AFB, NM 88103­5320

F29650 PL/PKO

R3 Operational Contracting

Phillips Laboratory

Kirtland AFB, NM 87117­5320

F29651 49 CONS/CC

6X Holloman AFB, NM 88330­5320

F30602 RL/PK

RX Rome Lab

Griffiss AFB, NY 13441­5700

F30617 914 TAG/LGC

6Y Niagara Falls IAP, NY 14304­5320

F30635 416 CONS/LGC

S3 Griffiss AFB, NY 13441­5320

F30636 380 CONS/LGC

6Z Plattsburgh AFB, NY 12903­5320

F31601 317 CONS

BU Pope AFB, NC 28308­5320

F31610 4 CONS/CC

BW Seymour Johnson AFB, NC 27531­5320

F32604 5 CONS/LGC

BX Minot AFB, ND 58705­5320

F32605 319 CONS/LGC

BY Grand Forks AFB, ND 58205­5320

F33600 WPCC/PKR, PKS, PKT & PKY

RZ Wright­Patterson AFB, OH 45433­5320

F33601 WPCC/PKO

Q7 Operational Contracting

Wright­Patterson AFB, OH 45433­5320

F33615 WL/PK

SG Wright Laboratory

Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433­6503

F33630 910 TAG/LGC

C1 Youngstown MAP, OH 44473­0910

F33657 ASD/PK

SC Aeronautical Systems Division

Wright­Patterson AFB, OH 45433­6503

F33659 AGMC/PK

Q8 Directorate of Contracting

Newark AFS, OH 43055­5320

F33660 AGMC/PKO

TA Operational Contracting

Newark AFB, OH 43057­5320

F33733 WL/MTD

J8 Wright­Patterson AFB, OH 45433­6503

F34600 71 FTW/CVC

C2 Vance AFB, OK 73705­5000

F34601 OC­ALC/PK

SD Directorate of Contracting

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center

Tinker AFB, OK 73145­5320

F34608 HQ CSC/PK

TF Tinker AFB, OK 73145­6343

F34612 443 CON SQ/LGC

C3 Altus AFB, OK 73523­5320

F34650 OC­ALC­PKO

Q9 Operational Contracting

Tinker AFB, OK 73145­5320

F35610 114 TFTS/LGC

C4 Kingsley Field

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

F36629 911 TAG/LGC

C7 Greater Pittsburgh IAP, PA 15231­5320

F36700 913 TAG/LGC

C8 Willow Grove ARF, PA 19090­5130

F38601 363 CONS/CC

C9 Shaw AFB, SC 29152­5320

F38604 HQ USCENTAF/LGC

T3 Shaw AFB, SC 29152­5002

F38606 354 FW/LGG

CA Myrtle Beach AFB, SC 29579­5320

F38610 437 MAW/LGC

CR Charleston AFB, SC 29404­5320

F39601 28 CONS/LGC

CT Ellsworth AFB, SD 57706­5320

F40600 AEDC/PK

Q4 Arnold Engineering Development Center

Arnold AFB, TN 37389­5000

F40650 AEDC/PKO

D1 Operational Contracting

Arnold AFB, TN 37389­5000

F41608 SA­ALC/PK

SA Directorate of Contracting

San Antonio Air Logistics Center

Kelly AFB, TX 78241­5320

F41612 3750 CONS/LGC

D4 Sheppard AFB TX 76311­5000

F41613 7 LOGSS/LGLC

D5 Carswell AFB, TX 76127­5320

F41614 3499 CONS/LGC

E2 Goodfellow AFB TX 76908­5000

F41620 64 CONS/LGC

E3 Reese AFB TX 79489­5000

F41621 HQ AFIC/LEC

SJ San Antonio, TX 78243­5000

F41622 HSD/PKO

QY Operational Contracting

Brooks AFB, TX 78235­5320

F41624 HSD/PK

RQ Brooks AFB, TX 78235­5320

F41636 3700 CONS/CC

ZV Lackland AFB, TX 78236­5000

F41640 HQ AFCOMS/DOC

Kelly AFB, TX 78241­6290

F41650 SA­ALC/PKO

YA Operational Contracting

Kelly AFB, TX 78241­5320

F41652 96 CONS/LGC

E5 Dyess AFB, TX 79607­5320

F41685 47 CONS

E6 Laughlin AFB TX 78840­5000

F41687 67 RW/LGC

E9 Bergstrom AFB, TX 78743­5320

F41689 3303 CONS/CC

SK Randolph AFB, TX 78150­5001

F41691 12 CONS/LGC

Y0 Randolph AFB, TX 78150­5000

F41999 AFNAF Purchasing Office

HQ AFMPC/DPMSK

9504 IH 35 North, Rm 330

San Antonio, TX 78233

F42600 OO­ALC/PK

QP, SY Directorate of Contracting

Ogden Air Logistics Center

Hill AFB, UT 84056­5320

F42610 OO­ALC/PK

TE ICBM Directorate Contracting

Ogden Air Logistics Center

Hill AFB, UT 84056­5320

F42620 OO­ALC/PK

TG Aircraft Directorate Contracting

Ogden Air Logistics Center

Hill AFB, UT 84056­5320

F42630 OO­ALC/PK

XP Commodities Directorate Contracting

Ogden Air Logistics Center

Hill AFB, UT 84056­5320

F42650 OO­ALC/PKO

R2 Operational Contracting

Hill AFB, UT 84056­5320

F44600 1 CONS/CC

F3 Langley AFB, VA 23665­5320

F44650 4400 CONS/LGCN

Q1 Langley AFB, VA 23665­5000

F45603 62 CONS

F5 McChord AFB, WA 98438­5320

F45613 92 CONS/LGC

F8 Fairchild AFB, WA 99011­5320

F47606 440 TAW/LGC

G7 Gen. Billy Mitchell Field

00 College Ave.

Milwaukee, WI 53207­5000

F48608 90 CONS/LGC

G9 F.E. Warren AFB, WY 82001­5320

F49620 AFOSR/PK

Bolling AFB, DC 20332­6448

F49642 1100 CNS/CN (AFDW)

J1 Operational Contracting

Andrews AFB, DC 20331­5320

F49650 1100 CNS/SP (AFDW)

X0 Specialized Contracting

Andrews AFB, DC 20331­5320

F61040 1605 MASW/LGC

M1 APO AE 09720­5320

F61051 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Brussels

APO AE 09724

F61060 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Sofia

APO AE 09242

F61080 USDAO, American Consulate General ­ Prague

APO AE 09242

F61100 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Copenhagen

APO AE 09716

F61101 Det 1, Space Combat Operations Staff/LGC

T1 APO AE 09716­5000

F61130 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Helsinki

APO AE 09723

F61171 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Athens

APO AE 09840

F61180 USDAO, American Consulate General ­ Budapest

APO AE 09242

F61210 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Rome

APO AE 09624

F61211 401 FW/LGC

N9 APO AE 09601­5320

F61214 7275 ABG/LGC

U9 APO AE 09605­5320

F61230 OL­PM WR­ALC/PKE

XV Bldg 519

APO AE 09094­5000

F61260 USDAO, American Embassy ­ The Hague

APO AE 09715

F61270 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Oslo

APO AE 09707

F61271 USAFE Contracting Office

T8 OL­D Det 4, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09707­5320

F61280 USDAO, American Consulate General ­ Belgrade

APO AE 09242

F61290 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Lisbon

APO AE 09726

F61301 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Bucharest

APO AE 09242

F61308 USAFE Contracting Region ­ Spain

W3 OL­B Det 5, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09643­5320

F61310 USDAO, American Embassy ­ Madrid

APO AE 09285

F61354 7241 ABG/LGC

W8 APO AE 09821­5320

F61355 7217 ABG/LGC

T4 APO AE 09822

F6l358 39 TACG/LGC

W9 APO AE 09824­5320

F61503 435 TAW/LGC

UC APO AE 09097­5320

F61504 7350 ABG/LGC

T6 APO AE 09187­5320

F61517 USAFE Contracting Region ­ Eifel

UF Det 3, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09132­5320

F61521 USAFE Contracting Office

UH Det 2, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09094­5320

F61546 USAFE Contracting Center

UJ OL A, Det 2/7000 CONS/LG

APO AE 09196­5320

F61708 USAFE Contracting Region ­ Thames Valley

UK OL­E Det 4, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09466­5320

F61712 USAFE Contracting Office

UM OL­B Det 4, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09405­5320

F61730 USAFE Contracting Office

UQ OL­C Det 4, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09470­5320

F61775 USAFE Contracting Region ­ UK North

UV Det 4, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09461­5320

F61815 32 FG/LGC

T7 APO AE 09719­5320

F61817 USAFE Contracting Office

UW OL­A Det 5, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09646­5320

F61910 USAFE Contracting Office

WJ OL­A Det 3, 7000 CONS/LGC

APO AE 09122­5320

F62032 HQ USMTM/SAS­LGC

4D APO AE 09803­1300

F62321 18 CONS/LGC

RA APO AP 96368­5320

F62509 432 CONS/LGC

QZ APO AP 96319­5320

F62562 475 CONS/LGC

SW APO AP 96328­5320

F62600 5 DSCS/LGC

APO SF 96287­5000

F63197 7276 ABG/LGC

UX APO AE 09846­5320

F64133 633 CONS/LGC

S9 APO AP 96542­5320

F64605 15 CONS/LGC

TN Hickam AFB, HI 96853­5320

F64620 HQ PACAF/LGC

SZ Hickam AFB, HI 96853­5001

F64719 13 AF/OLAB

TK FPO AP 96534

F65501 3 CONS/LGC

WF Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506­5001

F65503 343 CONS/LGC

WH Eielson AFB, AK 99702­5320

F66501 24 CONS/LGC

R7 APO AA 34001­5320

PART 6­­DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DLAH00 Defense Logistics Agency

YK ADP/Telecommunications Contracting Office

Cameron Station

Alexandria, VA 22304­6100

DLA003 Defense Depot Ogden

TT Ogden, UT 84407­5000

DLA004 Defense Distribution Region East (DDRE)

WX Office of Contracting

New Cumberland, PA 17070­5001

DLA005 Defense Distribution Region West (DDRW)

TV Office of Contracting

Bldg S­4

Lathrop, CA 95330­5000

DLA006 Defense Distribution Region Central

UN Office of Contracting

ATTN: DDRC­P

Memphis, TN 38114­5210

DLA100 Defense Personnel Support Center

TW Directorate of Clothing & Textiles

2800 South 20th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

DLA120 Defense Personnel Support Center

TX Directorate of Medical Materiel

2800 South 20th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

DLA13H Defense Personnel Support Center

UE Directorate of Subsistence

2800 South 20th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

DLA132 Defense Subsistence Office, Kansas City

601 E. 12th Street, Room 1768

Kansas City, MO 64106­2895

DLA136 Defense Subsistence Office, Cheatham

W5 Cheatham Annex, Bldg 113

Williamsburg, VA 23185­0001

DLA137 Defense Subsistence Region, Pacific

W6 2155 Mariner Square Loop

Alameda, CA 94501­1022

DLA139 Defense Subsistence Region, Europe

U6 APO New York, NY 09052

DLA140 Defense Personnel Support Center

W7 (Installation Support)

2800 South 20th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

DLA200 Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service

X1 Federal Center ­ Hazardous System

Battle Creek, MI 49017­3092

DLA210 Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service

X1 Federal Center ­ Supply System

Battle Creek, MI 49017­3092

DLA300 Defense National Stockpile Center

VS 1745 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Suite 100

Arlington, VA 22202­5000

DLA301 Defense National Stockpile Center

VT Zone 1 Management Office

Room 19­116

26 Federal Plaza

New York, NY 10278­5000

DLA302 Defense National Stockpile Center

VU Zone 2 Management Office

3200 Sheffield Avenue

Hammond, IN 46327­5000

DLA303 Defense National Stockpile Center

VY Zone 3 Management Office

819 Taylor Street

Fort Worth, TX 76102­5000

DLA400 Defense General Supply Center

TY 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5000

DLA410 Defense General Supply Center

XH Contracts Division III

Special Acquisition and Base Support Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5312

DLA411 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division III

Emergency Supply Operations Center Support

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5313

DLA 412 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division III

Electronic Source Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5314

DLA413 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division III

Special Purchase Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5320

DLA 414 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division III

Systems Automated Small Purchase I

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5316

DLA420 Defense General Supply Center

XK Educational Supplies Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5320

DLA430 Defense General Supply Center

TY Commodity Oriented Logistics Office

8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Richmond, VA 23297­5330

DLA440 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division I

Branch A

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5341

DLA441 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division I

Branch B

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5344

DLA450 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division II

Branch A

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5351

DLA451 Defense General Supply Center

TY Contracts Division II

Branch B

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5355

DLA460 Defense General Supply Center

TY Aviation Division

Aircraft Structural Components Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5361

DLA461 Defense General Supply Center

TY Aviation Division

Aircraft Accessories & Components Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5362

DLA490 Defense General Supply Center

TY Industrial Plant Equipment Branch

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297­5100

DLA500 Defense Industrial Supply Center

TZ 700 Robbins Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

DLA510 Defense Industrial Supply Center

W2 Base Operating Support System (BOSS)

700 Robbins Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

DLA520 Defense Industrial Supply Center

Product Verification Testing (PVT) Acquisitions

700 Robbins Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

DLA600 Defense Fuel Supply Center

UA Cameron Station

Alexandria, VA 22304­6160

DLA700 Defense Construction Supply Center

UB P.O. Box 3990

Columbus, OH 43216­5000

DLA710 Defense Construction Supply Center

YL Commercial Activities & Services Branch

P.O. Box 16704

Columbus, OH 43216­5010

DLA720 Defense Construction Supply Center

YM Wood Products Branch

P.O. Box 16704

Columbus, OH 43216­5010

DLA730 Defense Construction Supply Center

WZ Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request

MIPR Division

P.O. Box 3990

Columbus, OH 43216­5000

DLA740 Defense Construction Supply Center

XJ High Demand Group (MINI­ICP)

P.O. Box 3990

Columbus, OH 432316­5000

DLA750 Defense Construction Supply Center

UB Contracts Division I

P.O. Box 16704

Columbus, OH 43216­5010

DLA760 Defense Construction Supply Center

UB Contracts Division II

P.O. Box 16704

Columbus, OH 43216­5010

DLA770 Defense Construction Supply Center

UB Contracts Division III

P.O. Box 16704

Columbus, OH 43216­5010

DLA8AC DCMAO, Santa Ana

UG 34 Civic Center Plaza

P.O. Box C 12700

Santa Ana, CA 92712­2700

DLA8AL DCMAO, Atlanta

Y1 805 Walker Street

Marietta, GA 30060­2789

DLA8AM DPRO McDonnell Douglas

YQ P.O. Box 5669

Titusville, FL 32783­5669

DLA8AN DCMAO Clearwater

Z4 1100 Cleveland Street, Suite 200

Clearwater, FL 34615­4822

DLA8AP DPRO Grumman St. Augustine

Z5 5000 US HWY 1, North

P.O. Drawer 3447

St. Augustine, FL 32085­3447

DLA8AQ DCMC Aircraft Program Management Office

U8 805 Walker Street

Marietta, GA 30060­2789

DLA8AR DPRO Michoud

13800 Old Gentilly Highway, Bldg. 350

P.O. Box 29503

New Orleans, LA 70189­0503

DLA8AS DCMAO Atlanta

Termination Settlement Division

805 Walker Street

Marietta, GA 30060­2789

DLA8AT DCMD South

UL 805 Walker Street

Marietta, GA 30060­2789

DLA8AU DPRO Aerojet, Sacramento

QV P.O. Box 15846

Sacramento, CA 95852­1846

DLA8BC DCMAO Bridgeport

UP 555 Lordship Blvd

Stratford, CT 06497­5000

DLA8BF DPRO Bell Helicopter Textron

W1 P.O. Box 1605

Fort Worth, TX 76101­1605

DLA8BG DPRO, Stewart and Stevenson Inc

WM Attn: DCMDS­RXD

5000 Interstate 10 West

P.O. Box 457

Sealy, TX 77474­0457

DLA8BL DPRO Textron Lycoming Division

Y4 550 Main Street

Stratford, CT 06497­7593

DLA8BM DCMAO Baltimore

UR 200 Towsontown Blvd., West

Towson, MD 21204­5299

DLA8BN DPRO AT&T Technologies, Inc.

US 204 Graham Hopedale Road

Burlington, NC 27217­2941

DLA8BP DCMD Northeast

UT 495 Summer Street

Boston, MA 02210­2184

DLA8BQ DPRO Boeing Helicopter

TU P.O. Box 16859

Philadelphia, PA 19142­0859

DLA8BR DPRO Boeing, Seattle

SP P.O.Box 3707

Seattle, WA 98124­3707

DLA8BS DCMAO Boston

Y3 495 Summer Street

Boston, MA 02210­2184

DLA8BT DPRO Allied Signal

UU Route 46

Teterboro, NJ 07068­1173

DLA8BU DCMAO Buffalo

XC 1103 Federal Building

111 W. Huron Street

Buffalo, NY 14202­2392

DLA8BV DPRO General Electric

YT Lakeside Avenue

Burlington, VT 05401­4984

DLA8BW DPRO Boeing Military Airplanes

RP P.O. Box 7730

Wichita, KS 62777­7730

DLA8CD DCMAO Cedar Rapids

UZ 1231 Park Place, NE

Cedar Rapids, IA 52402­2023

DLA8CH DCMD North Central

UY O'Hare International Airport

P.O. Box 66475

Chicago, IL 60666­0475

DLA8CL DCMAO Cleveland

VB A. J. Celebreeze Federal Building

1240 East Ninth Street

Cleveland, OH 44199­2063

DLA8CM DPRO BMY Marysville

U5 13311 Industrial Parkway

Marysville, OH 43040­9599

DLA8C0 DPRO Loral

X6 1432 Exeter Road

Akron, OH 44306­3893

DLA8CS DPRO General Dynamics

VE 5001 Kearny Villa Road

P.O. Box 85375

San Diego, CA 92138­5357

DLA8DB DCMAO Dallas

Z7 P.O. Box 50500

Dallas, TX 75250­5050

DLA8DC DCMAO San Diego

VH 7675 Dagget Street, Suite 200

San Diego, CA 92111­2241

DLA8DD DPRO Rockwell International

U4 3200 E Renner Road, MS 462­115

Richardson, TX 75082­2402

DLA8DL DPRO Douglas, Long Beach

TC 3855 Lakewood Boulevard

Long Beach, CA 90846­0001

DLA8DM DCMAO Detroit

Y7 McNamara Federal Building

477 Michigan Avenue

Detroit, MI 48226­2506

DLA8DN DCMAO, Denver

VK Orchard Place 2

5975 Greenwood Plaza Building.

Englewood, CO 80111­5000

DLA8DP DCMAO, Dayton

VL c/o Defense Electronics Supply Center

Building 1

Dayton, OH 45444­5300

DLA8EC DCMAO, Chicago

YP O'Hare International Airport

P.O. Box 66911

Chicago, IL 60666­0911

DLA8EG DPRO, Eaton, AIL DIV

ST Commack Road

Deer Park, NY 11729­9998

DLA8FL DPRO, ITT, Defense Group

VN 500 Washington Ave

Nutley, NJ 07110­3698

DLA8FM DPRO, FMC, Minneapolis

3N 4800 East River Road

Minneapolis, MN 55421­1402

DLA8FS DPRO, FMC

VR 1125 Coleman Avenue

P.O. Box 367

San Jose, CA 95103­0367

DLA8FT DPRO, Ford Newport Beach

Y2 Administration Building, Room 303

Ford Road

Newport Beach, CA 92658­8900

DLA8GB DPRO, Grumman Aerospace, Bethpage

KK Bethpage, NY 11714­3531

DLA8GC DPRO, GE Aircraft Engines, Cincinnati

SB Mail Drop N­1

Cincinnati, OH 45215­6303

DLA8GD DPRO, Westinghouse

YB 18901 Euclid Ave

Cleveland, OH 44117­1388

DLA8GE DPRO, General Electric

7Q Aircraft Engines, Lynn

1000 Western Avenue

Lynn, MA 0910­0445

DLA8GF DPRO, General Dynamics, Fort Worth

SL P.O. Box 371

TH Fort Worth, TX 76101­0371

DLA8GG DPRO, General Dynamics, Pomona

KD P.O. Box 2505

Pomona, CA 91769­2505

DLA8GL DPRO, General Electric Company

VV M/S 9­2 Automated Systems Department

Bedford Street

P.O. Box 588

Burlington, MA 01803­0949

DLA8GM DCMAO, Grand Rapids

VW Riverview Center Building

678 Front Street, NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504­5352

DLA8GN DCMAO, Garden City

VX 605 Stewart Avenue

Garden City, NY 11530­4761

DLA8GP DPRO, General Dynamics, Lima

YF 1155 Buckeye Road

Lima, OH 45804­1898

DLA8GR DPRO, General Electric, Pittsfield

M0 100 Plastics Avenue

NJ Pittsfield, MA 01201­3696

DLA8GW DPRO, General Dynamics, Warren

Z2 28251 Van Dyke Street

Warren, MI 48090­5000

DLA8HB DPRO, PEMCO Aeroplex, Inc.

WA P.O. Box 12447

Birmingham, AL 35202­2447

DLA8HC DCMAO, Hartford

WB 130 Darlin Street

East Hartford, CT 06108­3234

DLA8HD DPRO, GEC/Kearfott

WC 164 Totowa Road, M/S 11A30

Wayne, NJ 07474­0975

DLA8HL DPRO, Hughes, Los Angeles

QT P.O. Box 92463

Los Angeles, CA 90009­2463

DLA8HM DPRO, Honeywell

WD Alliant Techsystems

Honeywell Plaza

2701 Fourth Avenue, South

Minneapolis, MN 55408­1792

DLA8HN DPRO, Hercules, Magna

P.O. Box 157

Magna, UT 84044­0157

DLA8HR DCMAO San Francisco

Z9 Hawaii Residency

Federal Building, Room 4115

300 Ala Moana Boulevard.

Honolulu, HI 96813­4908

DLA8HS DPRO, Hamilton Standard

XT 1 Hamilton Road

Windsor Locks, CT 06096­0463

DLA8HT DPRO, Hughes

SR P.O. Box 11337, M/S E­4

Tucson, AZ 85734­1337

DLA8HU DPRO, Hughes

XG Building 600, Mail Station C107

P.O. Box 3310

Fullerton, CA 92634­3310

DLA8JJ DCMAO, Indianapolis

WG Building 1

Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN 46249­5701

DLA8JL DPRO, Magnavox

X2 1616 Directors Row

Fort Wayne, IN 46808­1286

DLA8KA DPRO, Kaman Aerospace

XY Old Windsor Road

P.O. Box 2

Bloomfield, CT 06002­0002

DLA8LA DCMAO, El Segundo

WL 222 N Sepulveda Boulevard

El Segundo, CA 90245­4320

DLA8LD DPRO, LTV Aerosapce and Defense

WP P.O. Box 655907, M/S 4915

Dallas, TX 75265­5907

DLA8LF DPRO, Lockheed, Sunnyvale

QX P.O. Box 3504

Sunnyvale, CA 94088­3504

DLA8LG DPRO, Lockheed Aeronautical

RK Systems Company ­ Georgia

86 S. Cobb Drive

Marietta, GA 30063­0260

DLA8LT DPRO, E­Systems, Inc.

WN P.O. Box 6379

Greenville, TX 75401­0379

DLA8MB DPRO, Harris, Melbourne

V1 1425 Troutman Boulevard, N.E.

Palm Bay, FL 32905­4102

DLA8MC DPRO, Rockwell International­TSD

V2 P.O. Box 1357

Duluth, GA 30136­4099

DLA8MD DPRO, Martin Marietta, Denver

RE P.O. Box 179

Denver, CO 80201­0179

DLA8MF DCMAO, Puerto Rico

QF Box DLA N S G A

FPO Miami, FL 34053­0007

DLA8MH DPRO, McDonnell Douglas

X9 Space Systems Company

5301 Bolsa Avenue

Huntington Beach, CA 92647­2048

DLA8ML DPRO, McDonnell Douglas Helicopter

TR 5000 East McDowell Road

Mesa, AZ 85025­9797

DLA8MM DPRO, Martin Marietta, Orlando

XL P.O. Box 55837, Mail Point 49

Orlando, FL 32855­5837

DLA8MN DCMAO, Twin Cities

WQ 3001 Metro Drive

Bloomington, MN 55425­1573

DLA8MS DPRO, McDonnell Douglas, St. Louis

JZ P.O. Box 516

St. Louis, MO 63166­0516

DLA8MW DCMAO, Milwaukee

WR H. S. Reuss Federal Building, Suite 340

310 West Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee, WI 53203­2282

DLA8NC DCMAO, Ottawa

WV P.O. Box 3416, Station D

Ottawa, On Canada K1P 6L4

DLA8NF DCMAO, Orlando

WW 3555 Maguire Boulevard

Orlando, FL 32803­3726

DLA8NH DPRO, Lockheed Sanders, Inc.

YS Daniel Webster Highway, South

P.O. Box 868

Nashua, NH 03061­0868

DLA8NJ DCMAO, Springfield

WT 955 South Springfield Avenue

Springfield, NJ 07081­3170

DLA8NK DPRO, Northrop, Hawthorne

QR One Northrop Avenue

Hawthorne, CA 90250­3296

DLA8NM DPRO, IBM

YR Route 17C

Owego, NY 13827­1298

DLA8NN DPRO, Harris

YN 6801 Jericho Turnpike

Syosset, NY 11791­4465

DLA8NY DCMAO, New York

WU 201 Varick Street

New York, NY 10014­4811

DLA8PA DCMAO, Phoenix

WY The Monroe School

215 N 7th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85034­1012

DLA8PE DPRO, Pratt & Whitney, East Hartford

T5 400 Main Street

East Hartford, CT 06108­0969

DLA8PH DCMD, Mid Atlantic

XA P.O. Box 7478

Philadelphia, PA 19101­7478

DLA8PL DCMAO, Philadelphia

X3 P.O. Box 7699

Philadelphia, PA 19101­7699

DLA8PM DPRO, IBM Manassas

XB 9500 Godwin Drive

Manassas, VA 22110­4198

DLA8PP DCMAO, Pittsburgh

XD 1612 Federal Building

1000 Liberty Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15222­4190

DLA8PR DPRO, GE Aerospace

X7 Marne Highway and

Borton Landing Road

Moorestown, NJ 08057­3095

DLA8PW DPRO, Pratt & Whitney, West Palm Beach

T2 P.O. Box 109600

West Palm Beach, FL 33410­9600

DLA8RA DCMC Residency, Annapolis

7H P.O. Box 1488

Annapolis, MD 21401­1488

DLA8RB DPRO, Raytheon

XF Spencer Laboratory

Wayside Ave

Burlington, MA 01803­0901

DLA8RC DPRO, Rockwell, Canoga Park

RY 6633 Canoga Avenue

Canoga Park, CA 91303­2790

DLA8RD DPRO, Rockwell, Anaheim

RB 3370 Miraloma Avenue M/SAB02A

Anaheim, CA 92803­3110

DLA8RP DCMAO, Reading

XM 45 South Front Street

Reading, PA 19602­1094

DLA8SA DCMAO, San Antonio

XN 615 East Houston

P.O. Box 1040

San Antonio, TX 78294­1040

DLA8SF DCMAO, San Francisco

XR 1250 Bayhill Drive

San Bruno, CA 94066­3070

DLA8SK DPRO, Link Flight Simulation

XQ Kirkwood Plant

P.O. Box 1237

Binghamton, NY 13902­1237

DLA8SL DCMAO, St. Louis

XS 1222 Spruce Street

St. Louis, MO 63103­2811

DLA8SN DCMAO, Syracuse

XU 615 Erie Boulevard, West

Syracuse, NY 13204­2408

DLA8SS DPRO, Silorsky

LF Stratford, CT 06497­7553

DLA8SW DCMAO, Seattle

XW Building 5D

Naval Station Puget Sound

Seattle, WA 98115­5010

DLA8SY DPRO, GTE Government Systems Corporation

XX 200 First Ave

Needham, MA 02194­9123

DLA8TB DPRO, Thiokol

R6 P.O. Box 524, Mail Stop Z­10

Brigham City, UT 84302­0524

DLA8TE DPRO, Texas Instruments, Inc.

XZ P.O. Box 660246, M/S 256

Dallas, TX 75266­0246

DLA8TR DPRO, TRW, Redondo Beach

S6 One Space Park

Redondo Beach, CA 90278­1078

DLA8TW DPRO, Textron Defense Systems

SQ 201 Lowell Street

Wilmington, MA 01887­2941

DLA8UG DPRO, Unisys, Great Neck

NH Long Island

Great Neck, NY 11020­7001

DLA8VC DCMAO, Van Nuys

YC 6230 Van Nuys Boulevard

Van Nuys, CA 91401­2713

DLA8WB DPRO, Westinghouse Electric, Baltimore

S2 P.O. Box 1693, M/S 1265

Baltimore, MD 21203­1693

DLA8WK DCMAO, Wichita

YD U.S. Courthouse, Suite B­34

401 North Market

Wichita, KS 67202­2095

DLA8WP Defense Contract Management Command

International Contracts Division

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH 45433­5000

DLA8WR DPRO, Williams International

YH c/o Williams International Corporation

2280 West Maple Road

Walled Lake, MI 48088­0200

DLA8WS DPRO, Westinghouse

YG 401 East Hendy Avenue

P.O. Box 3499, M/S 11­7

Sunnyvale, CA 94088­3499

DLA8WT DPRO, Grumman Aerospace Corporation

Z8 P.O. Box 9015

Stuart, FL 33495­9015

DLA8WV DPRO, Grumman

P. O. Box 9650

Melbourne, FL 32902­9650

DLA900 Defense Electronics Supply Center

UD 1507 Wilmington Pike

Dayton, OH 45444­5000

DLA910 Defense Electronics Supply Center

U7 Base Contracting Section

1507 Wilmington Pike

Dayton, OH 45444­5000

DLA920 Defense Electronics Supply Center

W4 DESC­PKCC

1507 Wilmington Pike

Dayton, OH 45444­5000

PART 7­­DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS

NUMBERS

DCA100 Defense Information Systems Agency (ZD10)

VC Contract Management Division

ATTN: PM

701 South Courthouse Road

Arlington, VA 22204­2199

DCA200 Defense Commercial Communications Office (ZD11)

VP Directorate of Plans and Policy

ATTN: RP

2300 East Drive

Scott AFB, IL 62225­5406

DCA300 DECCO ­ Pacific (ZD13)

1F ATTN: RU

99­080 Kauhale Street, Suite 2

Aiea, HI 96701­4104

DCA400 DECCO ­ Europe (ZD14)

WK ATTN: RS

Unit 4235, Sambach Air Base

APO AE 09136

DCA500 DECCO ­ Alaska (ZD15)

KH ATTN: RT

9864 L Street, Suite 201

Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506­2615

DCA600 DISA / DITPRO (ZD16)

9T Office of Acquisition

ATTN: OA

148 Redman Street

Fort Ritchie, MD 21719­3201

PART 8­­DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DMA600 Defense Mapping Agency (ZD40)

BQ SC Contracts Office

ATTN: AQC/Mail Stop J­11

12100 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 200

Reston, VA 22090­3207

DMA700 Defense Mapping Agency (ZD41)

8Y AC Contracts Office

ATTN: AQC/Mail Stop L­13

3200 South Second Street

St. Louis, MO 63118­3399

DMA800 Defense Mapping Agency (ZD42)

YZ HTC Contracts Office

ATTN: AQW/Mail Stop D­6

4600 Sangamore Road

Bethesda, MD 20816­5003

PART 9­­DEFENSE NUCLEAR AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DNA001 Defense Nuclear Agency (ZD30)

8Z Headquarters

ATTN: Acquisition Management Office (AM)

6801 Telegraph Road

Alexandria, VA 22310­3398

DNA002 Defense Nuclear Agency (ZD31)

0N Field Command

ATTN: Acquisition Management Office (FC)

1680 Texas Street, S.E.

Kirtland AFB, NM 87115­5669

PART 10­­MISCELLANEOUS DEFENSE ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

MDA902 Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (ZD02)

ATTN: AFRTS­BC­RMK

10888 La Tuna Canyon Road

Sun Valley, CA 91352­2098

MDA904 Maryland Procurement Office (ZD04)

ATTN: N363

9800 Savage Road

Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755­6000

MDA905 Uniformed Services University of the (ZD05)

B4 Health Sciences

ATTN: Directorate of Contracting

4301 Jones Bridge Road

Bethesda, MD 20814­4799

MDA906 Office for the Civilian Health & Medical (ZD06)

Program of the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS)

ATTN: Contract Management Division

Building 222, East Harlow Avenue, FAMC

Aurora, CO 80045­6900

MDA907 Purchasing and Contracting Office (ZD07)

Menwith Hill Station

APO AE 09210

MDA908 Virginia Contracting Activity (ZD50)

2X ATTN: DPP

P.O. Box 46563

Washington, DC 20050­6563

MDA911 U.S. Special Operations Command (ZD22)

2U Directorate of Procurement

7701 Tampa Point Boulevard

MacDill AFB, FL 33608­6001

MDA928 Armed Forces Radiobiology (ZD28)

Research Institute

ATTN: Acquisition Management Office

8901 Wisconsin Avenue

Bethesda, MD 20889­5603

MDA946 Procurement and Contracts Office (ZD46)

Washington Headquarters Services

1155 Defense Pentagon

Washington, DC 20301­1155

MDA972 ARPA (ZD72)

WS Contract Management Office

3701 North Fairfax Drive

Arlington, VA 22203

PART 11­­ON­SITE INSPECTION AGENCY ACTIVITY NUMBER

OSIA01 On­Site Inspection Agency (ZD74)

Acquisition Management

300 West Service Road

Washington, DC 20041­0498

PART 12­­BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION ACTIVITY

NUMBER

HQ0006 Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (ZD60)

SS ATTN: BMDO/DCTP

7100 Defense Pentagon, Room 1E1019

Washington, DC 20301­7100

PART 13­­DEFENSE COMMISSARY AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DECA01 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD81)

ZG East Service Center

ATTN: DeCA/ES­AM

Building P­11200, 38th Street & E Avenue

Fort Lee, VA 23801­6390

DECA02 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD82)

ZT West Service Center

ATTN: DeCA/WS­AM

Building 3184

Kelly AFB, TX 78241­6290

DECA03 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD83)

0H North East Region

ATTN: DeCA/NE­AM

Building 2257

Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755­5220

DECA04 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD84)

BE Central Region

ATTN: DeCA/CE­AM

1140 Gator Boulevard

Norfolk, VA 23521­2228

DECA05 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD85)

0L Southern Region

ATTN: DeCA/SO­AM

Building 835

Maxwell AFB, AL 36112­6722

DECA06 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD86)

0J Midwest Region

ATTN: DeCA/MW­AM

Building 3030

Kelly AFB, TX 78241­6290

DECA07 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD87)

0Z South West Region

ATTN: DeCA/SW­AM, Building 329

Marine Corps Air Station El Toro

Santa Ana, CA 92709­5002

DECA08 Defense Commissary Agency (ZD88)

0K Northwest Region

ATTN: DeCA/NW­AM

Building 9630

Fort Lewis, WA 98433­7300

Appendix H to Chapter 2

117. A new DFARS Appendix H­­Debarment and Suspension Procedures is added to read as follows:

Sec.

H­100 Scope

H­101 Notification

H­102 Nature of proceeding

H­103 Presentation of matters in opposition

H­104 Fact­finding

H­105 Timing requirements

H­106 Subsequent to fact­finding

Authority: 41 U.S.C. 421 and FAR Subpart 1.3.

H­100 Scope.

This appendix provides uniform debarment and suspension procedures to be followed by all debarring and suspending officials.

H­101 Notification.

Contractors will be notified of the proposed debarment or suspension in accordance with FAR 9.406­3 or 9.407­3. A copy of the record which formed the basis for the decision by the debarring and suspending official will be made available to the contractor. If there is a reason to withhold from the contractor any portion of the record, the contractor will be informed of what is withheld and the reasons for such withholding.

H­102 Nature of proceeding.

There are two distinct proceedings which may be involved in the suspension or debarment process. The first is the presentation of matters in opposition to the suspension or proposed debarment by the contractor. The second is fact­finding which occurs only in cases in which the contractor's presentation of matters in opposition raises a genuine dispute over one or more material facts. In a suspension action based upon an indictment or in a proposed debarment action based upon a conviction or civil judgment, there will be no fact­finding proceeding concerning the matters alleged in the indictment, or the facts underlying the convictions or civil judgment. However, to the extent that the proposed action stems from the contractor's affiliation with an individual or firm indicted or convicted, or the subject of a civil judgment, fact­finding is permitted if a genuine dispute of fact is raised as to the question of affiliation as defined in FAR 9.403.

H­103 Presentation of matters in opposition.

(a) In accordance with FAR 9.406­3(c) and 9.407­3(c), matters in opposition may be presented in person, in writing, or through a representative. Matters in opposition may be presented through any combination of the foregoing methods, but if a contractor desires to present matters in person or through a representative, any written material should be delivered at least 5 working days in advance of the presentation. Usually, all matters in opposition are presented in a single proceeding. A contractor who becomes aware of a pending indictment or allegations of wrongdoing that the contractor believes may lead to suspension or debarment action may contact the debarring and suspending official or designee to provide information as to the contractor's present responsibility.

(b) An in­person presentation is an informal meeting, nonadversarial in nature. The debarring and suspending official and/or other agency

representatives may ask questions of the contractor or its representative making the presentation. The contractor may select the individuals who will attend the meeting on the contractor's behalf; individual respondents or principals of a business firm respondent may attend and speak for themselves.

(c) In accordance with FAR 9.406­3(c) and 9.407­3(c), the contractor may submit matters in opposition within 30 days from receipt of the notice of suspension or proposed debarment.

(d) The opportunity to present matters in opposition to debarment includes the opportunity to present matters concerning the duration of the debarment.

H­104 Fact­finding.

(a) The debarring and suspending official will determine whether the contractor's presentation has raised a genuine dispute of material fact(s). If the debarring and suspending official has decided against debarment or continued suspension, or the provisions of FAR 9.4 preclude fact­finding, no fact­finding will be conducted. If the debarring and suspending official has determined a genuine dispute of material fact(s) exists, a designated fact­finder will conduct the fact­finding proceeding. The proceeding before the fact­finder will be limited to a finding of the facts in dispute as determined by the debarring and suspending official.

(b) The designated fact­finder will establish the date for a fact­finding proceeding, normally to be held within 45 working days of the contractor's presentation of matters in opposition. An official record will be made of the fact­finding proceeding.

(c) The Government's representative and the contractor will have an opportunity to present evidence relevant to the facts at issue. The contractor may appear in person or through a representative in the fact­finding proceeding.

(d) Neither the Federal Rules of Evidence nor the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure govern fact­finding. Hearsay evidence may be presented and will be given appropriate weight by the fact­finder.

(e) Witnesses may testify in person. Witnesses will be reminded of the official nature of the proceeding and that any false testimony given is subject to criminal prosecution. Witnesses are subject to cross­examination.

H­105 Timing requirements.

All timing requirements set forth in these procedures may be extended by the debarring and suspending official for good cause.

H­106 Subsequent to fact­finding.

(a) Written findings of fact will be prepared by the fact­finder as mandated by FAR 9.406­3(d)(2)(i) and 9.407­3(d)(2)(i).

(b) The fact­finder will determine the disputed fact(s) by a preponderance of the evidence. A copy of the findings of fact will be provided to the debarring and suspending official, the Government's representative, and the contractor.

(c) The debarring and suspending official will determine whether to continue the suspension or to debar the contractor based upon the entire administrative record, including the findings of fact.

(d) Prompt written notice of the debarring and suspending official's decision will be sent to the contractor and any affiliates involved, in compliance with FAR 9.406­3(e) and 9.407­3(d)(4).

Appendix I to Chapter 2

118. A new DFARS Appendix I­­Policy and Procedures for the DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program is added to read as follows:

Sec.

I­100 Purpose.

I­101 Definitions.

I­102 General procedures.

I­103 Program duration.

I­104 Eligibility requirements for a protege firm.

I­105 Selection of protege firms.

I­106 Approval process for companies to participate in the program as mentor firms.

I­107 Mentor­protege agreements.

I­108 Reimbursement procedures.

I­109 Credit for unreimbursed developmental assistance costs.

I­110 Advance agreements on the treatment of developmental assistance costs.

I­111 Reporting requirements and program reviews.

Authority: 41 U.S.C. 421 and FAR Subpart 1.3.

I­100 Purpose.

(a) Appendix I to 48 CFR Chapter 2 implements the Pilot Mentor­Protege Program (hereinafter referred to as the "Program") established under section 831 of Pub.L. 101­510, The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991, as amended. The purpose of the Program is to­­

(1) Provide incentives to major DoD contractors, performing under at least one active approved subcontracting plan negotiated with DoD or other Federal agencies, to assist small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) in enhancing their capabilities to satisfy DoD and other contract and subcontract requirements;

(2) Increase the overall participation of SDBs as subcontractors and suppliers under DoD contracts, other Federal agency contracts and commercial contracts and;

(3) Foster the establishment of long term business relationships between SDBs and such contractors.

(b) Under the Program, eligible companies approved as mentor firms will enter into mentor­protege agreements with eligible SDBs as protege firms to provide appropriate developmental assistance to enhance the capabilities of SDBs to perform as subcontractors and suppliers. According to the law, the DoD may provide the mentor firm with either cost reimbursement, credit against SDB subcontracting goals established under contracts with DoD or other Federal agencies, or a combination of credit and reimbursement.

(c) DoD will measure the overall success of the Program by the extent to which the Program results in­­

(1) An increase in the dollar value of subcontracts awarded to SDBs by mentor firms under DoD contracts;

(2) An increase in the dollar value of contract and subcontract awards to protege firms (under DoD contracts, contracts awarded by other Federal agencies and under commercial contracts) since the date of their entry into the Program;

(3) An increase in the number and dollar value of subcontracts awarded to a protege firm (or former protege firm) by its mentor firm (or former mentor firm);

(4) An improvement in the participation of SDBs in DoD, other Federal agencies, and commercial contracting opportunities that can be attributed to the development of SDBs as protege firms under the Program;

(5) An increase in subcontracting with SDB concerns in industry categories where SDBs have not traditionally participated within the mentor firm's vendor base;

(6) The involvement of emerging SDBs in the Program;

(7) An expanded relationship between mentor firms and protege firms to include non­DoD programs; and

(8) The development of protege firms that are competitive as subcontractors and suppliers to DoD or in other Federal agencies or commercial markets.

(d) This policy sets forth the procedures for participation in the Program applicable to companies that are interested in receiving­­

(1) A separate contract, cooperative agreement, or other

agreement entered into between DoD and the mentor firm ­ company is interested in reimbursement through a separate contract, cooperative agreement or other agreement with DoD or, a combination of reimbursement through such agreement with DoD and credit against SDB subcontract goals for any unreimbursed costs incurred under the Program.

(2) Program Manager funded reimbursement ­ company has identified a DoD program manager willing to fund the Program and the company is interested in reimbursement for technical assistance costs to a protege firm(s) through a separately priced cost reimbursement contract line item added to a DoD contract, with credit against SDB subcontracting goals for any unreimbursed costs.

(3) Indirect reimbursement and credit ­ company is interested in receiving reimbursement for indirect costs incurred under the Program as well as credit against SDB subcontract goals for these indirect costs.

(4) Credit only ­ company is interested in receiving credit only against SDB subcontracting goals for costs incurred under the Program.

I­101 Definitions.

I­101.1 Emerging SDB concern.

A small disadvantaged business whose size is no greater than 50 percent of the numerical size standard applicable to the standard industrial code for the supplies or services which the protege firm provides or would provide to the mentor firm.

I­101.2 Historically black college or university.

An institution determined by the Secretary of Education to meet the requirements of 34 CFR Section 6082. The term also means any nonprofit research institution that was an integral part of such a college or university before November 14, 1986.

I­101.3 Minority institution of higher education.

An institution meeting the requirements of Section 1046(3) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1135d­5(3). The term also includes Hispanic­serving institutions as defined in Section 316(b)(1) of such Act (20 U.S.C. 1059c(b)(1)).

I­102 General procedures.

(a) At any time between October 1, 1991, and September 30, 1995, companies interested in becoming mentor firms that want to take credit only for costs incurred for providing developmental assistance to one or more protege firms, or receive credit and reimbursement of indirect costs incurred under the Program, must apply to the DoD for participation in the Program pursuant to the application process set forth at I­106(a).

(b) At any time between October 1, 1991, and September 30, 1995, companies interested in becoming mentor firms that are able to identify funding from a DoD contract program manager(s) to provide developmental assistance to one or more protege firms must apply to the DoD for participation in the Program, pursuant to the application process set forth at I­106(d).

(c) Once funding is made available by DoD, companies that are interested in becoming mentor firms that want to receive reimbursement only or a combination of reimbursement and credit for providing developmental assistance to one or more protege firms by either a separate contract, cooperative agreement or other agreement awarded for that purpose, will be solicited for participation in the Program through a program solicitation. The Program solicitation will be issued by DoD and will contain, among other things, the statement of work and the evaluation factors upon which award will be based. Companies seeking reimbursement only, or a combination of reimbursement and credit, must respond to the solicitation and will be evaluated on the quality of the proposed developmental assistance program for each protege, in accordance with the evaluation factors contained in the solicitation. Awards will be made by DoD to approved mentor firms, to provide the proposed developmental assistance to one or more identified protege firms.

I­103 Program duration.

Activities under the Program may only occur during the following periods:

(a) From October 1, 1991, until September 30, 1995, companies may apply for participation in the Program as mentor firms pursuant to I­102, General Procedures, and once approved, may enter into mentor­protege agreements, pursuant to I­107, Mentor­Protege Agreements.

(b) From October 1, 1991, until September 30, 1996, mentor firm's costs of providing developmental assistance to its protege firm may be reimbursed only if­­

(1) Such costs are incurred after either a separate contact, cooperative agreement, or other agreement is entered into between DoD and the mentor firm;

(2) The funding for such costs have been identified by a DoD program manager and such costs are incurred pursuant to the execution of a separately priced contract line item added to a DoD contract(s); or

(3) Such costs are included in indirect expense pools.

(c) From October 1, 1991, until September 30, 1999, mentor firms may receive credit toward the attainment of such firm's goals for subcontract awards to SDBs for unreimbursed costs incurred in providing developmental assistance to its protege firms, only if such costs are incurred pursuant to an approved mentor­protege agreement.

I­104 Eligibility requirements for a protege firm.

(a) An entity may qualify as a protege firm if it is­­

(1) An SDB concern as defined by section 8(d)(3)(C) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(D)(3)(C)) which is­­

(i) Eligible for the award of Federal contracts; and

(ii) A small business according to the SBA size standard for the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code which represents the contemplated supplies or services to be provided by the protege firm to the mentor firm;

(2) A business entity that meets the criteria in (a)(1) of this section and is owned and controlled by either an Indian tribe as defined by section 8(a)(13) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(a)(13)) or a Native Hawaiian Organization as defined by section 8(a)(15) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(a)(15)); or

(3) A qualified organization employing the severely disabled as defined in Pub. L. 102­172, section 8064A.

(b) A protege firm may self­certify to a mentor firm that it meets the eligibility requirements in paragraphs I­104(a)(1), (2), or (3). Mentor firms may rely in good faith on a written representation that the entity meets the requirements of paragraphs I­104(a)(1), (2), or (3).

(c) A protege firm may have only one active mentor­protege agreement.

I­105 Selection of protege firms.

(a) Mentor firms will be solely responsible for selecting protege firms. Mentor firms are encouraged to identify and select protege firms that are defined as emerging SDB concerns.

(b) The selection of protege firms by mentor firms may not be protested, except as in I­105(c).

(c) In the event of a protest regarding the size or disadvantaged status of an entity selected to be a protege firm as defined in either paragraph I­104(a)(1) or (2), the mentor firm shall refer the protest to the Small Business Administration (SBA) to resolve in accordance with 13 CFR Part 121 (with respect to size) or 13 CFR Part 124 (with respect to disadvantaged status).

(d) For purposes of the Small Business Act, no determination of affiliation or control (either direct or indirect) may be found between a protege firm and its mentor firm on the basis that the mentor firm has agreed to furnish (or has furnished) to its protege firm pursuant to a mentor­protege agreement any form of developmental assistance described in paragraph I­107(f).

(e) If at any time pursuant to paragraph I­105(c), the protege firm is determined by the SBA not to be a small disadvantaged business concern, assistance furnished such business concern by the mentor firm after the date of the determination, may not be considered assistance furnished under the program.

I­106 Approval process for companies to participate in the Program as mentor firms.

(a) On or after October 1, 1991, a company that is interested in becoming a mentor firm that is seeking credit only against SDB subcontracting goals for costs incurred under the Program, or reimbursement of developmental assistance costs via inclusion of program costs in indirect expense pools and credit for such costs, must submit a request to the DoD, OUSD(A&T)SADBU to be approved as a mentor firm under the Program. The request will be evaluated on the extent to which the company's proposal addresses the items listed in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section. To the maximum extent possible, the request should be limited to not more than 10 pages, single spaced. A company may identify more than one protege in its request for approval under the Program. The information required in paragraphs I­106(b) and (c) must be submitted to be considered for approval as a mentor firm, and may cover one or more proposed mentor­protege relationships.

(b) A company must indicate whether it is interested in participating in the Program pursuant to paragraph I­100(d), (2), (3), or (4), and submit the following information:

(1) A statement that the company is currently performing under at least one active approved subcontracting plan negotiated with DoD or another Federal agency pursuant to FAR 19.702, and that the company is currently eligible for the award of Federal contracts.

(2) The number of proposed mentor­protege relationships covered by the request for approval as a mentor firm.

(3) A summary of the company's historical and recent activities and accomplishments under their SDB program.

(4) The total dollar amount of DoD contracts and subcontracts received by the company during the two preceding fiscal years (show prime contracts and subcontracts separately per year).

(5) The total dollar amount of all other federal agency contracts and subcontracts received by the company during the two preceding fiscal years (show prime contracts and subcontracts separately per year).

(6) The total dollar amount of subcontracts awarded by the company under DoD contracts during the two preceding fiscal years.

(7) The total dollar amount of subcontracts awarded by the company under all other Federal agency contracts during the two preceding fiscal years.

(8) The total dollar amount and percentage of subcontract awards made to all SDB firms under DoD contracts and other Federal agency contracts during the two preceding fiscal years (show DoD separately). If presently required to submit a SF 295, provide copies of the two preceding years end reports.

(9) The number and total dollar amount of subcontract awards made to the identified protege firm(s) during the two preceding fiscal years (if any). Show DoD subcontract awards and other Federal agency subcontract awards separately.

(c) In addition to the information required in paragraph I­106(b), companies must submit the following information for each proposed mentor­protege relationship:

(1) Information on the company's ability to provide developmental assistance to the identified protege firm and how that assistance will potentially increase subcontracting opportunities in industry categories where SDBs are not dominant in the company's vendor base.

(2) A letter of intent indicating that both the mentor firm and the protege firm will negotiate a mentor­protege agreement. The letter of intent must be signed by both parties and contain the following information:

(i) The name, address, and telephone number of both parties.

(ii) The protege firm's business classification, based upon the SIC code(s) which represents the contemplated supplies or services to be provided by the protege firm to the mentor firm.

(iii) A statement that the protege firm meets the eligibility criteria in either paragraph I­104(a)(1), (2) or (3).

(iv) A preliminary assessment of the developmental needs of the protege firm and the proposed developmental assistance the mentor firm envisions providing the protege firm to address those needs and enhance the protege firm's ability to perform successfully under contracts or subcontracts with DoD, other federal agencies and commercial contracts.

(v) An estimate of the dollar amount and type of subcontracts that will be awarded by the mentor firm to the protege firm, and the period of time over which they will be awarded.

(vi) Information as to whether the protege firm's development will be concentrated on a single major system, a service or supply program, research and development programs, initial production, mature systems, or in the mentor firm's overall contract base.

(3) An estimate of the cost of the developmental assistance program and the period of time over which the assistance will be provided.

(d) A company that has identified Program funds to be made available through a DoD program manager must provide: the information in paragraphs I­106(b) and (c) to the appropriate program manager and to the OUSD(A&T)SADBU, with a letter

signed by the appropriate program manager indicating the amount of funding that has been identified for the developmental assistance program.

(e) Companies seeking credit only for the cost of developmental assistance, reimbursement of program costs via their inclusion in indirect expense pools and credit for such costs, or reimbursement with funds made available by a DoD program manager, shall submit four copies of the information specified in paragraphs I­106(b) and (c) to: DoD, OUSD(A&T)SADBU, 3061 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC. 20301­3061, Attn: Pilot Mentor­Protege Program Manager. Upon receipt of this information, OUSD(A&T)SADBU will review and evaluate each request and, to the maximum extent possible, within 30 days advise each applicant of approval or rejection of its request to become a mentor firm.

(f) Companies interested in reimbursement of costs of a developmental assistance program through either a separate contract, cooperative agreement, or other agreement awarded for that purpose will be solicited to provide the information in paragraphs I­106(b) and (c) as well as any other information specified in the program solicitation.

(g) A company approved as a mentor firm for credit only, for reimbursement through funds made available by a DoD program manager, or for reimbursement via inclusion of program costs in indirect expense pools and credit for such costs, may proceed with the negotiation of the mentor­protege agreement with the identified protege firm(s).

(h) Companies that apply for participation in the program pursuant to paragraph I­106(e) and are not approved, will be provided the reasons and an opportunity to submit additional information for reconsideration.

(i) A company may not be approved for participation in the Program as a mentor firm if at the time of requesting participation in the Program it is currently debarred or suspended from contracting with the Federal government pursuant to FAR Subpart 9.4.

(j) If the mentor firm is suspended or debarred while performing under an approved mentor­protege agreement, the mentor firm­­

(1) May continue to provide assistance to its protege firms pursuant to approved mentor­protege agreements entered into prior to the imposition of such suspension or debarment;

(2) May not be reimbursed or take credit for any costs of providing developmental assistance to its protege firm, incurred more than 30 days after the imposition of such suspension or debarment; and

(3) Shall promptly give notice of its suspension or debarment to its protege firm and OUSD(A&T)SADBU.

I­107 Mentor­protege agreements.

(a) A signed mentor­protege agreement for each mentor­protege relationship identified under I­106(b)(2) must be submitted to OUSD(A&T)SADBU and approved before

developmental assistance costs may be incurred. To the maximum extent possible, such mentor­protege agreements will be approved within five business days of receipt.

(b) Each signed mentor­protege agreement submitted for approval under the Program shall include­­

(1) The name, address and telephone number of the mentor firm and the protege firm and a point of contact within the mentor firm who will administer the developmental assistance program;

(2) The SIC code which represents the contemplated supplies or services to be provided by the protege firm to the mentor firm and a statement that at the time the agreement is submitted for approval, the protege firm, if an SDB concern, does not exceed the size standard for the appropriate SIC code.

(3) A developmental program for the protege firm specifying the type of assistance identified in paragraph I­107(f) that will be provided. The developmental program shall also include­­

(i) Factors to assess the protege firm's developmental progress under the Program including milestones for providing the identified assistance; and

(ii) The anticipated number, dollar value, and type of subcontracts to be awarded the protege firm consistent with the extent and nature of mentor firm's business, and the period of time over which they will be awarded.

(iii) The dollar value of the technical assistance program broken out per year.

(4) A program participation term for the protege firm which shall not exceed nine years.

(5) Procedures for the mentor firm to notify the protege firm in writing at least 30 days in advance of the mentor firm's intent to voluntarily withdraw its participation in the Program. Mentor firms may only voluntarily terminate the mentor­protege agreement(s) if they no longer want to be a participant in the Program as a mentor firm. Otherwise, a mentor firm must terminate a mentor­protege agreement for cause.

(6) Procedures for a protege firm to notify the mentor firm in writing at least 30 days in advance of the protege firm's intent to voluntarily terminate the mentor­protege agreement.

(7) Procedures for the mentor firm to terminate the mentor­protege agreement for cause which provide­­

(i) The protege firm shall be furnished a written notice of the proposed termination, stating the specific reasons for such action, at least 30 days in advance of the effective date of such proposed termination.

(ii) The protege firm shall have 30 days to respond to such notice of proposed termination, and may rebut any findings believed to be erroneous and offer a remedial program.

(iii) Upon prompt consideration of the protege firm's response, the mentor firm shall either withdraw the notice of proposed termination and continue the protege firm's participation, or issue the notice of termination.

(iv) The decision of the mentor firm regarding termination for cause, conforming with the requirements of this section, shall be final and is not reviewable by DoD.

(8) Additional terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by both parties.

(c) Mentor firms shall send a copy of any termination notices to the DoD, OUSD(A&T)SADBU, and where funding is made available through a DoD program manager, also provide a copy to the program manager and to the appropriate PCO or ACO.

(d) Termination of a mentor­protege agreement shall not impair the obligations of the mentor firm to perform pursuant to its contractual obligations under Government contracts and subcontracts. Termination of all or part of the mentor­protege agreement shall not impair the obligations of the protege firm to perform pursuant to its contractual obligations under any contract awarded to the protege firm by the mentor firm.

(e) Only developmental assistance provided after the DoD approval of the mentor­protege agreement may be reimbursed.

(f) The mentor­protege agreement may provide for the mentor firm to furnish any or all of the types of developmental assistance as follows:

(1) Assistance by mentor firm personnel in­­

(i) General business management, including organizational management, financial management, and personnel management, marketing, business development, and overall business planning;

(ii) Engineering and technical matters such as production inventory control, quality assurance; and

(iii) Any other assistance designed to develop the capabilities of the protege firm under the developmental program.

(2) Award of subcontracts under DoD contracts or other contracts on a non­competitive basis.

(3) Payment of progress payments for the performance of subcontracts by a protege firm in amounts as provided for in the subcontract; but in no event may any such progress payment exceed 100 percent of the costs incurred by the protege firm for the performance of the subcontract. Provision of progress payments by a mentor firm to a protege firm at a rate other than the customary rate for small disadvantaged businesses shall be implemented in accordance with FAR 32.504(c).

(4) Advance payments under such subcontracts. Advance payments must be administered by the mentor firm in accordance with FAR Subpart 32.4.

(5) Loans.

(6) Investment(s) in the protege firm in exchange for an ownership interest in the protege firm, not to exceed 10 percent of the total ownership interest. Investments may include but not be limited to cash, stock, contributions in kind, etc.

(7) Assistance obtained by the mentor firm for the protege firm from one or more of the following:

(i) Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) established pursuant to section 21 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 648).

(ii) Entities providing procurement technical assistance pursuant to chapter 142 of Title 10 U.S.C. (Procurement Technical Assistance Centers.)

(iii) Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

(iv) Minority institutions of higher education.

(g) A mentor firm may not require an SDB concern to enter into a mentor­protege agreement as a condition for being awarded a contract by the mentor firm including a subcontract under a DoD contract awarded to the mentor firm.

I­108 Reimbursement procedures.

(a) A mentor firm may be reimbursed only for the cost of developmental assistance incurred by the mentor firm and provided to a protege firm under I­107(f)(1) and (7), and pursuant to an approved mentor­protege agreement. Reimbursement shall be made only through either a separate contact, cooperative agreement, or other agreement entered into between the DoD and the mentor firm awarded for the purpose of providing developmental assistance to one or more protege firms; a separately priced contract line item in a DoD contract; or inclusion of program costs in indirect expense pools. No other means for the reimbursement of the costs of developmental assistance provided under I­107(f)(1) and (7) are authorized under the Program.

(b) Costs reimbursed via inclusion in indirect expense pools may be reimbursed only to the extent that they are otherwise reasonable, allocable, and allowable.

(c) Assistance provided in the form of progress payments in excess of the customary progress payment rate for SDBs, shall be reimbursed only if implemented in accordance with FAR 32.504(c).

(d) Assistance provided in the form of advance payments shall be reimbursed only if they have been provided to a protege firm under subcontract terms and conditions similar to FAR 52.232­12. Reimbursement of any advance payments shall be made pursuant to

the inclusion of DFARS 252.232­7005, Reimbursement of Subcontractor Advance Payments ­ DoD Pilot Mentor­Protege Program, in appropriate contracts. In requesting reimbursement, the mentor firm agrees that the risk of any financial loss due to the failure or inability of a protege firm to repay any unliquidated advance payments shall be the sole responsibility of the mentor firm.

(e) No other forms of developmental assistance are authorized for reimbursement under the Program.

I­109 Credit for unreimbursed developmental assistance costs.

(a) Developmental assistance costs incurred by a mentor firm for providing assistance to a protege firm pursuant to an approved mentor protege agreement, which have not been reimbursed through either a separate contract, cooperative agreement, or other agreement entered into between DoD and the mentor firm, or through a separately priced contract line item added to a DoD contract, may be credited as if it were a subcontract award for determining the performance of such mentor firm in attaining an SDB subcontracting goal established under any contract containing a subcontracting plan pursuant to FAR 52.219­9.

(b) For crediting purposes only, costs that have been reimbursed via inclusion in indirect expense pools may also be credited as subcontract awards for determining the performance of such mentor firm in attaining an SDB subcontracting goal established under any contract containing a subcontracting plan pursuant to FAR 52.219­9. However, costs that have not been reimbursed because they are not reasonable, allocable, or allowable under I­108(b), shall not be recognized for crediting purposes.

(c) Other costs that are not eligible for reimbursement pursuant to I­108(a) may be recognized for credit only if requested, identified, and incorporated in an approved mentor­protege agreement. Such costs are not eligible for reimbursement.

(d) The amount of credit a mentor firm may receive for any such unreimbursed developmental assistance costs shall be equal to­­

(1) Four times the total amount of such costs attributable to assistance provided by small business development centers (SBDC), historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), minority institutions (MI), and procurement technical assistance centers (PTAC).

(2) Three times the total amount of such costs attributable to assistance furnished by the mentor's employees.

(3) Two times the total amount of other such costs incurred by the mentor in carrying out the developmental assistance program.

(e) A mentor firm may receive credit toward the attainment of an SDB subcontracting goal for each subcontract awarded for a product or a service by the mentor firm to an entity that qualifies as a protege firm pursuant to I­104(a). With respect to a former SDB protege firm(s), a mentor may take credit for awards to such concern(s) that, except for its size would be a small business concern owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, but only if­­

(1) The size of such business concern is not more than two times the appropriate size standard;

(2) The business concern formerly had a mentor­protege agreement with such mentor firm that was not terminated for cause; and

(3) The credit is taken not later than October 1, 1999.

(f) Amounts credited toward the SDB goal(s) for unreimbursed costs under the Program shall be separately identified from the amounts credited toward the goal resulting from the award of actual subcontracts to protege firms. The combination of the two shall equal the mentor firm's overall accomplishment toward the SDB goal(s).

(g) Adjustments may be made to the amount of credit claimed under paragraphs I­109(a) and (b) if the DoD Director of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization determines that­­

(1) A mentor firm's performance in the attainment of its SDB subcontracting goals through actual subcontract awards declined from the prior fiscal year without justifiable cause.

(2) Imposition of such a limitation on credit appears to be warranted to prevent abuse of this incentive for mentor firm's participation in the Program.

(h) The mentor firm shall be afforded the opportunity to explain the decline in SDB participation before imposition of any such limitation on credit. In making the final decision to impose a limitation on credit, the DoD Director shall consider­­

(1) The mentor firm's overall SDB participation rates (in terms of percentages of subcontract awards and dollars awarded) as compared to the participation rates existing during the two fiscal years prior to the firm's admission to the Program;

(2) The mentor firm's aggregate prime contract awards during the prior two fiscal years and the total amount of subcontract awards under such contracts; and

(3) Such other information the mentor firm may wish to submit.

(i) The decision of the Director regarding the imposition of a limitation on credit shall be final.

(j) Any prospective limitation on credit imposed by the Director shall be expressed as a percentage of otherwise eligible credit and shall apply beginning on a specific date in the future and continue until a date certain during the current fiscal year.

(k) Any retroactive limitation on credit imposed by the Director shall reflect the actual costs incurred for developmental assistance (not exceeding the maximum amount reimbursed).

(l) For purposes of calculating any incentives to be paid to a mentor firm for exceeding an SDB subcontracting goal pursuant to 252.219­7009, incentives shall be paid only if an SDB subcontracting goal has been exceeded as a result of actual subcontract awards to SDBs (excluding credit under paragraphs I­109(a), (b) and (c)).

(m) Developmental assistance costs that are incurred pursuant to an approved mentor­protege agreement, and have been charged to, but not reimbursed through a separate contract, cooperative agreement, or other agreement entered into between the DoD and the mentor firm, or through a separately priced contract line item added to a DoD contract, shall not be otherwise reimbursed, either as a direct or indirect cost, under any other DoD contract, irrespective of whether the costs have been recognized for credit against SDB subcontracting goals.

(n) Developmental assistance provided under an approved mentor­protege agreement is distinct from, and shall not duplicate, any effort that is the normal and expected product of the award and administration of the mentor firm's subcontract. Costs associated with the latter shall be accumulated and charged in accordance with the contractor's approved accounting practices; they are not considered developmental assistance costs eligible for either credit or reimbursement under the Program.

I­110 Advance agreements on the treatment of developmental assistance costs.

Pursuant to FAR 31.109, approved mentor firms seeking reimbursement, credit, or a combination thereof, are strongly encouraged to enter into an advance agreement with the contracting officer responsible for determining final indirect cost rates under FAR 42.705. The purpose of the advance agreement is to establish the accounting treatment of the costs of the development assistance pursuant to the mentor­protege agreement prior to the incurring of any costs by the mentor firm. An advance agreement is an attempt by both the Government and the mentor firm to avoid possible subsequent dispute based on questions related to reasonableness, allocability, or allowability of the costs of developmental assistance under the Program. Absent an advance agreement, mentor firms are advised to establish the accounting treatment of such costs and address the need for any changes to their cost accounting practices that may result from the implementation of a mentor­protege agreement, prior to incurring any costs, and irrespective of whether costs will be reimbursed, credited or a combination thereof.

I­111 Reporting requirements and program reviews.

(a) Mentor firms shall report on the progress made under active mentor­protege agreements semiannually by attaching to their SF 295­­

(1) A statement which includes­­

(i) The number of active mentor­protege agreements in effect; and

(ii) The progress in achieving the developmental assistance objectives under each mentor­protege agreement, including whether the objectives of the Program set forth in I­100(c) were met, any problem areas encountered, and any other appropriate information.

(2) A copy of the SF 294 for each contract where developmental assistance was credited, with a statement in Block 18 identifying­­

(i) The amount of dollars credited to the SDB subcontract goal as a result of developmental assistance provided to protege firms under the Program;

(ii) An explanation as to the relationship between the developmental assistance provided the protege firm(s) under the Program and the activities under the contract covered by the SF 294(s); and

(iii) The number and dollar value of subcontracts awarded to the protege firm(s), broken out per protege.

(b) For commercial companies and companies participating in the DoD "Test Program for Negotiation of Comprehensive Small Business subcontracting Plans," indicate in Block 16 of the SF 295­­

(1) The total dollars credited to the SDB goal as a result of developmental assistance provided to a protege firm(s) under the Program; and

(2) The total dollar amount of subcontracts awarded to the protege firm(s), broken out per protege.

(c) The OUSD(A&T)SADBU will conduct periodic performance reviews of the progress and accomplishments realized under approved mentor­protege agreements.