[Federal Register: November 30, 1995 (Volume 60, Number 230)]

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Part II

Department of Defense

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48 CFR Parts 201, 202, et al.

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Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement; Miscellaneous

Amendments; Interim and Final Rules

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

48 CFR Parts 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212,

214, 215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228, 231, 232, 234, 235,

237, 239, 242, 246, 247, 249, 250, 252, 253, and Appendices C, F,

and G to Chapter 2

[Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­9]

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement; Miscellaneous

Amendments

AGENCY: Department of Defense (DoD).

ACTION: Interim and final rules.

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SUMMARY: Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­9 amends the Defense

Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to revise, finalize,

or add language on ethics, personal services contracts, contract award,

class justifications and approvals, integrated materiel management,

preaward surveys, qualification requirements, audit, field pricing

reports, subcontracting plans, environmentally sound products,

hazardous materials, foreign source restrictions, supercomputers,

Indian incentives, preference for local residents, allowable individual

compensation, cost principles, manufacturing science and technology

program, research and development, firefighting and security­guard

services, automatic data processing equipment leasing reviews, cost

monitoring, contract quality requirements, contract data reporting,

master agreements, and acquisition of commercial items.

DATES: Effective date: November 30, 1995.

Comment date: Comments on the interim rule (Item XXXV: Sections

203.170­1; 203.170­4; 203.570­5; 207.105; 209.103­70; Parts 210, 211,

and 212, Sections 215.971­4; 217.7302; 219.704; 223.570­4; 225.7002­2;

225.7019­2; 225.7103; 225.7201; 227.7101; 227.7102­3; 227.7103­15;

227.7202­2; 234.001; 242.7206; 246.204; 246.704; 246.770­1; 247.572­1;

247.572­2; 252.203­7000; 252.203­7001; 252.209­7000; 252.210­7000

through 252.210­7004; 252.211­7000 through 252.211­7021; 252.212­7000;

252.212­7001; 251.217­7026; 252.219­7003; 252.219­7005; 252.225­7012;

252.225­7014; 252.225­7016; 252.225­7026; 252.227­7103; 252.227­7015;

252.227­7037; 252.247­7023; and 252.247­7024) should be submitted in

writing to the address shown below on or before January 29, 1996, to be

considered in the formulation of the final rule.

ADDRESSES: Interested parties should submit written comments on the

interim rule (Item XXXV) to: Defense Acquisition Regulations Council,

PDUSD(A&T)DP(DAR), IMD 3D139, 3062 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC

20301­3062. Telefax number (703) 602­0350. Please cite DFARS Case 95­

D712 in all correspondence related to this rule.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Item XXXV­­Mr. Louis Gaudio, (703)

695­1097.

All other items­­Ms. Lucile Martin, (703) 602­0131.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

A. Background

This Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­9 includes 35 rules and

miscellaneous editorial amendments. Five of the rules in the DAC (Items

II, IX, XII, XIV, and XXIII) were published previously in the Federal

Register and thus are not included as part of this rulemaking notice.

These five rules are being published in the DAC to revise the looseleaf

edition of DFARS to conform to the previously published revisions. Item

XXXV, Acquisition of Commercial Items, was subject to Office of

Management and Budget Review under Executive Order 12866, dated

September 30, 1993.

B. Determination to Issue an Interim Rule (Item XXXV)

A determination has been made under the authority of the Secretary

of Defense that urgent and compelling reasons exist to publish an

interim rule prior to affording the public an opportunity to comment.

Federal Acquisition Circular 90­32 (60 FR 48206, September 18, 1995)

revised the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to implement Title

VIII of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­

355). Title VIII of Pub. L. 103­355 contained requirements for the

acquisition of commercial items and required publication of

implementing FAR revisions by October 1, 1995. The FAR rule became

available for use on October 1, 1995, and is mandatory for use by all

Federal agencies in commercial item solicitations issued after December

1, 1995. This DFARS rule implements DoD­unique requirements of Pub. L

103­355 pertaining to the acquisition of commercial items. DoD

contracting activities cannot effectively use the FAR commercial item

procedures without this supplemental DFARS guidance. Immediate DFARS

coverage is needed to permit DoD contracting activities to comply with

Pub. L. 103­355 and the implementing FAR requirements pertaining to the

acquisition of commercial items.

C. Regulatory Flexibility Act

DAC 91­9, Items I, VI, VII, VIII, X, XV, XVIII, XXI, XXV, XXVIII, XXIX,

XXX, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXIV

The Regulatory Flexibility Act does not apply because these rules

are not significant revisions within the meaning of the Regulatory

Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601 et seq. However, comments from small

entities will be considered in accordance with Section 610 of the Act.

Such comments must be submitted separately. Please cite the applicable

DFARS case number in correspondence.

DAC 91­9, Items IV, V, XI, XIII, XVI, XVII, XX, XXII, XXVI

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 IV­­The rule only pertains to (1) purchases made outside the

United States for use by armed forces outside the United States; (2)

internal Government considerations regarding leasing; (3) production

contracts where special tooling/special test equipment costs exceed

$1,000,000; and (4) certain notification requirements under the

Certificate of Competency Program which were repealed by Section

7101(b) of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994.

Item V­­The use of class justifications and approvals is already

permitted by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). This rule merely

expands Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) guidance to address the use of

class justifications and approvals for multiple contracts extending

across more than one program phase.

Item XI­­The rule primarily relates to the application of

Government resources for conducting field pricing reviews.

Item XIII­­The rule merely reflects the extension of statutory

authority for contractors to claim credit toward their small business

subcontracting goals when awarding subcontracts to qualified nonprofit

agencies for the blind or severely disabled.

Item XVI­­The rule only applies in exceptional situations when non­

DoD­owned toxic or hazardous materials are stored or disposed of on a

military installation.

Item XVII­­The DFARS already permits DoD to grant public interest

exceptions to the Buy American Act, where the purposes of the Buy

American Act are not served. This rule

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merely amends the DFARS guidance to reflect a recent statutory change

to the criteria that must be considered when granting a public interest

exception, and to streamline internal DoD approval requirements.

Item XX­­The rule places restrictions on the acquisition of foreign

products.

Item XXII­­The rule only applies to contracts that are awarded in

support of the closure or realignment of a military installation.

Item XXVI­­The rule only applies to contracts that are awarded

under the Manufacturing Science and Technology Program.

DAC 91­9, Items III, XIX, XXIV, XXVII, XXXII

The Regulatory Flexibility Act applies. A final regulatory analysis

has been performed and is available by writing the Defense Acquisition

Regulations Council, PDUSD(A&T)DP(DAR), 3062 Defense Pentagon,

Washington, DC 20301­3062.

DAC 91­9, Item XXXV

This interim rule is expected to have a positive economic impact on

a substantial number of small entities within the meaning of the

Regulatory Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601, et seq., because the rule

simplifies procedures for DoD acquisition of commercial items. An

Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (IRFA) has been prepared and

may be obtained from the address stated herein. A copy of the IRFA has

been submitted to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business

Administration. Comments from small entities concerning the affected

DFARS subparts will be considered in accordance with Section 610 of the

Act. Such comments must be submitted separately and cite DFARS Case 95­

D712 in correspondence.

D. Paperwork Reduction Act

DAC 91­9, Items I, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XV, XVI, XVII,

XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX, XXX,

XXXI, XXXII, XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV

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 91­9, Item XIII

The Paperwork Reduction Act applies. OMB has approved the

information collection requirement under OMB Control Number 9000­0007.

Michele P. Peterson,

Executive Editor, Defense Acquisition Regulations Council.

Defense Acquisition Circular (DAC) 91­9 amends the Defense Federal

Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 1991 edition. The amendments

are summarized as follows:

Item I­­Ethics (DFARS Case 95­D707)

This final rule deletes DFARS Subpart 203.71, Contractor Employee

Communications with Government Officials, and the corresponding

contract clause at 252.203­7003, Prohibition Against Retaliatory

Personnel Actions. DFARS Subpart 203.71 and the clause at 252.203­7003

implemented 10 U.S.C. 2409a, which was repealed by Section 6005 of the

Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­355).

Guidance on whistleblower protections for contractor employees has been

added to the FAR at Subpart 3.9, by Federal Acquisition Circular 90­30,

dated July 21, 1995.

Item II­­Sequence of Progress Payments and Contract Modifications

(DFARS Case 93­D016/95­D012)

This final rule was issued by Departmental Letter 95­012, effective

July 3, 1995. The rule amends DFARS Subparts 204.71, 215.4, 217.74, and

243.1 to provide additional guidance regarding identification of

funding under DoD contracts. Contracting officers shall ensure that

contracts clearly identify the accounting classification reference

numbers which apply to each line and subline item. When a line item

contains multiple accounting classification citations, the contract

shall include instructions which provide for payment in a manner that

reflects the performance of work on the contract. Contracts that

contain both fixed­price and cost­reimbursement line or subline items

shall identify the contract type for each line or subline item. In

addition, contract modifications which obligate or deobligate funds

shall identify the accounting changes for each line and subline item to

facilitate appropriate payment.

Item III­­Personal Services Contracts (DFARS Case 94­D302)

The interim rule published as Item XXX of DAC 91­7 is revised and

finalized. The rule establishes procedures for entering into personal

services contracts under 10 U.S.C. 1091 to carry out health care

responsibilities in medical treatment facilities. The final rule

differs from the interim rule in that it adds language at DFARS

206.001, deletes 206.102, and amends 237.104(b)(ii), to recognize that

personal services contracts authorized by 10 U.S.C. 1091 are exempt

from FAR Part 6 competition requirements.

Item IV­­Contract Award (DFARS Case 95­D701)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­016 on August 7,

1995, is converted to a final rule without change. The rule (1) revises

DFARS 206.302­5(b)(i) to exclude soft drinks, that are manufactured in

the United States, from the limitations which apply to noncompetitive

acquisition of items from military exchange stores outside the United

States; (2) adds a new section at DFARS 207.470 to place restrictions

on the lease of vessels, aircraft, or vehicles for a term of 18 months

or more; (3) deletes the language at DFARS 215.871 concerning

production special tooling and production special test equipment; and

(4) deletes DFARS 219.602­1(a), 219.602­70, and 252.219­7009 to

eliminate certain notification requirements pertaining to the

Certificate of Competency Program. These DFARS revisions implement

Sections 1506, 3065, 3066, and 7101(b) of the Federal Acquisition

Streamlining Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­355).

Item V­­Class Justifications and Approvals (DFARS Case 95­D009)

This final rule adds language at DFARS 206.303­1(c) and 207.102 to

state that: (1) When conditions warrant, a class justification for

other than full and open competition may provide for award of multiple

contracts extending across more than one program phase; and (2) when a

class justification for other than full and open competition has been

approved, planning for competition shall be consistent with the terms

of that approval.

Item VI­­Integrated Materiel Management (DFARS Case 95­D005)

This final rule amends DFARS 208.7003 to permit greater flexibility

for local purchase of items assigned for integrated materiel management

(IMM), when such action is in the best interest of the Government. The

dollar threshold at which file documentation is required to justify

local purchase of an IMM item is increased from $100 per line item to

the micro­purchase threshold. The dollar threshold at which a waiver is

required, before local purchase of an IMM item, is increased from

$5,000 per line item to the simplified acquisition threshold.

Additionally, the list of points of contact for waiver requests is

revised.

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Item VII­­Preaward Survey (DFARS Case 95­D016)

This final rule revises DFARS 209.106­1 to delete the requirement

for the contracting officer to contact the cognizant contract

administration activity when the contracting officer is unable to make

a determination of responsibility for a low­dollar value acquisition.

Guidance regarding sources of information to support determinations of

responsibility can be found at FAR 9.105­1(c).

Item VIII­­Qualification Requirements (DFARS Case 95­D011)

This final rule revises DFARS 209.202 to delegate authority for

approval of qualification requirements, except those pertaining to

Qualified Products Lists (QPLs) or Qualified Manufacturers Lists

(QMLs), to the chief of the contracting office. QPLs and QMLs are

managed in accordance with DoD Manual 4120.3­M, Defense Standardization

Program Policies and Procedures.

Item IX­­Institutions of Higher Education (DFARS Case 94­D310)

This interim rule was issued by Departmental Letter 95­007,

effective March 6, 1995. The rule adds a new section and contract

clause at DFARS 209.470 and 252.209­7005 to implement Section 558 of

the Fiscal Year 1995 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337).

Section 558 provides that no funds available to DoD may be provided by

grant or contract to any institution of higher education that has a

policy of denying, or which effectively prevents the Secretary of

Defense from obtaining for military recruiting purposes, entry to

campuses, access to students on campuses, or access to directory

information pertaining to students.

Item X­­Audit (DFARS Case 95­D705)

This final rule amends DFARS 215.804­8, 235.015­71, 237.7204,

252.239­7010, and C­204.3, and deletes the clause at 252.215­7001, to

reflect revisions to the FAR published as Item I of Federal Acquisition

Circular (FAC) 90­31 on August 16, 1995. Item I of FAC 90­31 (1)

revised the policy pertaining to contractor records retention at FAR

4.703; (2) deleted the clause at FAR 52.215­1, Examination of Records

by Comptroller General; and (3) revised the clauses at FAR 52.214­26,

Audit and Records­­Sealed Bidding, and 52.215­2, Audit and Records­­

Negotiation, to provide for examination of records by the Comptroller

General.

Item XI­­Field Pricing Report (DFARS Case 95­D010)

This final rule amends DFARS 215.805­5 to increase, from $1 million

to $10 million, the dollar threshold for requesting field pricing

reports for cost­type proposals from offerors without significant

estimating system deficiencies.

Item XII­­Comprehensive Small Business Subcontracting Plans (DFARS

Case 95­D002)

This final rule was issued by Departmental Letter 95­015, effective

July 10, 1995. The rule amends DFARS 219.702 and the clause at 252.219­

7004 to implement Section 7103 of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining

Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­355). Section 7103 extends, through September

30, 1998, the test program for contractor use of comprehensive small

business subcontracting plans.

Item XIII­­Subcontracting Plans for Nonprofit Agencies for the Blind or

Severely Disabled (DFARS Case 94­D312)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­004, on February

27, 1995, is converted to a final rule without change. The rule amends

DFARS 219.703 to implement Section 804 of the Fiscal Year 1995 Defense

Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337). Section 804 extends, through

September 30, 1997, the authority for contractors to claim credit

toward their small business subcontracting goals for subcontracts with

qualified nonprofit agencies for the blind or severely disabled.

Item XIV­­Evaluation Preference for Small Disadvantaged Business

Concerns (DFARS Case 95­D008)

This final rule was issued by Departmental Letter 95­017, effective

August 22, 1995. The rule amends DFARS 219.7001 to state that the

evaluation preference for small disadvantaged business concerns shall

not be used in acquisitions for long distance telecommunications

services.

Item XV­­Environmentally Sound Products (DFARS Case 95­D303)

This final rule adds a new section at DFARS 223.404 to (1)

designate the approving official for acquisition of EPA designated

items which do not meet EPA or agency minimum recovered material

standards; and (2) require agency collection and consolidation of

annual contractor certifications pertaining to the use of recovered

materials.

Item XVI­­Hazardous Materials (DFARS Case 94­D309)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­006, on March 6,

1995, is revised and finalized. The rule amends DFARS Subpart 223.71

and the clause at 252.223­7006 to implement Section 325 of the Fiscal

Year 1995 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337). Section 325

provides an additional exception to the statutory prohibition on

storage and disposal of non­DoD­owned toxic and hazardous materials on

military installations. The final rule differs from the interim rule in

that it revises alternate paragraph (d) of the clause at 252.223­7006

to clarify requirements for flowdown of the clause to subcontractors.

Item XVII­­Determinations Under the Buy American Act (DFARS Case

94­D313)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­011, dated July

3, 1995, is converted to a final rule without change. The rule amends

DFARS 225.102 to implement Section 812 of the Fiscal Year 1995 Defense

Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337). Section 812 adds several factors

to the series of factors at 10 U.S.C. 2533 that must be considered when

deciding whether to grant a public interest exception to the Buy

American Act. In addition, the rule changes the approval levels for

granting such exceptions.

Item XVIII­­Australian Memorandum of Agreement (DFARS Case 95­D013)

This final rule amends DFARS 225.872­1 to add Australia to the list

of countries whose defense products are not subject to the restrictions

of the Buy American Act/Balance of Payments Program. The rule

implements a Memorandum of Agreement Concerning Reciprocal Defense

Procurement, dated April 19, 1995, between the United States and

Australia, and a determination made by the Deputy Secretary of Defense,

on April 29, 1995, that it is inconsistent with the public interest to

apply the restrictions of the Buy American Act to the acquisition of

defense equipment produced or manufactured in Australia.

Item XIX­­Restriction on Procurement of Goods (DFARS Case 94­D314)

The interim rule published as Item XIV of DAC 91­7 is revised and

finalized. The rule implements the foreign source restrictions of 10

U.S.C. 2534. The interim rule differs from the final rule in that it

revises DFARS 225.7007­4, 225.7010­3, and 225.7016­3 to refer to,

rather than repeat, the waiver criteria at 225.7004­4.

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Item XX­­Supercomputers (DFARS Case 95­D301)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­013 on July 3,

1995, is revised and finalized. The rule adds a section at DFARS

225.7023 and a contract clause at 252.225­7011 to implement Section

8023 of the Fiscal Year 1995 Defense Appropriations Act (Pub. L. 103­

335). Section 8023 and comparable sections in prior Defense

Appropriations Acts require that any supercomputers acquired with

defense funds appropriated in Fiscal Years 1988 through 1995 must be

manufactured in the United States, unless the Secretary of Defense

certifies to the Congress that the supercomputers are for national

security purposes and are not available from United States

manufacturers. The final rule differs from the interim rule in that it

corrects the statutory citation at 225.7023­1.

Item XXI­­Indian Incentives (DFARS Case 95­D027)

This final rule adds a new section at DFARS 226.103 to provide

procedures for obtaining contract funding for an approved Indian

incentive payment request.

Item XXII­­Preference for Local Residents (DFARS Case 94­D315)

The interim rule published as Item XX of DAC 91­7 is revised and

finalized. The rule implements Section 817 of the Fiscal Year 1995

Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337). Section 817 authorizes the

Secretary of Defense to give preference to entities that plan to hire

local residents, when entering into contracts for services to be

performed at a military installation that is affected by closure or

realignment under a base closure law. The final rule differs from the

interim rule in that it adds language at DFARS 226.7104 to clarify that

the guidance in this section applies to contracts related to base

closure activities.

Item XXIII­­Payment Protections in Construction Contracts Between

$25,000 and $100,000 (DFARS Case 95­D305)

This interim rule was issued by Departmental Letter 95­018,

effective August 31, 1995. The rule adds a new section and contract

clause at DFARS 228.171 and 252.228­7007. The rule provides alternative

payment protections for construction contracts between $25,000 and

$100,000, pending implementation of Section 4104(b)(2) of the Federal

Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­355) in the FAR.

Section 4104(b)(2) requires FAR revisions to provide alternatives to

payment bonds as payment protections for suppliers of labor and

material under construction contracts between $25,000 and $100,000.

Federal Acquisition Circular 90­29 revised FAR Part 13 to exclude

construction contracts and subcontracts at or below the simplified

acquisition threshold from Miller Act bond requirements, in accordance

with Section 4104(b)(1) of Pub. L. 103­355.

Item XXIV­­Limitation on Allowable Individual Compensation (DFARS

Case 94­D318)

The interim rule published as Item XXII of DAC 91­7 is converted to

a final rule without change. The interim rule amended DFARS 231.205,

231.303, 231.603, and 231.703 to implement Section 8117 of the Fiscal

Year 1995 Defense Appropriations Act (Pub. L. 103­335). Section 8117

limits allowable costs for individual compensation to $250,000 per

year. This limitation applies to contracts that are awarded after April

15, 1995, and that are funded with Fiscal Year 1995 appropriations.

Item XXV­­Cost Principles (DFARS Case 95­D704)

This final rule amends the DFARS to delete language that was

incorporated into the FAR by Federal Acquisition Circular 90­31, dated

August 15, 1995. Accordingly, the following DFARS sections are deleted:

231.205­6(g)(2)(i); 231.603(1); 231.703(1); 231.70; 237.171; 242.705­

1(b) (3) and (4); 242.770; 252.231­7001; 252.237­7020; 252.237­7021;

and 252.242­7001.

Item XXVI­­Manufacturing Science and Technology Program (DFARS Case

94­D307)

The interim rule published as Item XXVI of DAC 91­7 is converted to

a final rule without change. The interim rule added language at DFARS

235.006 (a) and (b)(iv) to implement Section 256 of the Fiscal Year

1995 Defense Authorization Act (Pub. L. 103­337). Section 256 requires

use of competitive procedures in awarding contracts under the

Manufacturing Science and Technology Program, and use of a cost­sharing

arrangement for these contracts unless an alternative arrangement is

approved by the Secretary of Defense.

Item XXVII­­Federally Funded Research and Development Centers

(FFRDCs) (DFARS Case 94­D306)

The interim rule published as Item XXVIII of DAC 91­7 is revised

and finalized. The rule allows DoD­sponsored FFRDCs that function

primarily as research laboratories to respond to solicitations and

announcements for programs which promote research, development,

demonstration, or transfer of technology. The final rule differs from

the interim rule in that it adds, at DFARS 235.017­1, the names of DoD­

sponsored FFRDCs that function primarily as research laboratories.

Item XXVIII­­Research and Development Streamlined Contracting

Procedures­­Test (DFARS Case 92­D034)

This final rule amends DFARS 235.7002 to add the Army Soldier

Systems Command and the Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance

Center to the list of contracting offices authorized to participate in

the streamlined research and development contracting test program. In

addition, editorial corrections are made at 235.7003(b)(1) and in

paragraph H.5 of the exhibit at 235.7006(d).

Item XXIX­­Firefighting and Security­Guard Services (DFARS Case 95­

D035)

This final rule adds a new section at DFARS 237.102­70 to reflect

the requirements of 10 U.S.C. 2465, which prohibits the award of DoD

contracts for firefighting or security­guard functions except under

certain conditions.

Item XXX­­Annual Automatic Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) Leasing

Review (DFARS Case 95­D017)

This final rule amends DFARS 239.7303 to eliminate the requirement

for annual review of ADPE leasing costs and, instead, require review of

ADPE leasing costs as warranted.

Item XXXI­­Cost Monitoring (DFARS Case 95­D08)

This final rule deletes the language of DFARS 242.7003­1(b),

regarding requirements for in­depth functional reviews of certain

contractor activities, to provide contract administration offices

greater flexibility in planning and executing cost monitoring programs.

Item XXXII­­Contract Quality Requirements (DFARS Case 95­D007)

The interim rule issued by Departmental Letter 95­010, on June 13,

1995, is converted to a final rule without change. The rule amends

DFARS Part 246 to encourage increased use of commercial quality

standards by removing existing requirements to use military quality

standards. The rule revises the definition of ``quality program,''

replaces direct references to MIL­I­45208 and MIL­Q­9858 with

references to higher­level contract quality requirements, and deletes

Table

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46­1, Contract Quality Requirements Guide.

Item XXXIII­­Contract Data Reporting (DFARS Case 95­D711/95­D713)

This final rule contains the guidance issued by Departmental Letter

95­014, on July 6, 1995, and additional guidance pertaining to DD Form

350 and DD Form 1057 reporting requirements. The rule revises DFARS

204.6, 253.204­70 and 253.204­71 to comply with reporting requirements

of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103­355).

Except for contracting actions pertaining to contingencies as described

at FAR 13.101, contracting officers will continue to use DD Form 350 to

report all contracting actions exceeding $25,000. Contracting actions

pertaining to contingencies will continue to be reported on DD Form

1057. Until the forms are revised, the term ``small purchase

procedures'' used on DD Forms 350 and 1057 shall be interpreted to mean

``simplified acquisition procedures.''

Item XXXIV­­Master Agreements (DFARS Case 95­D038)

This final rule deletes DFARS 237.270, Master Agreements. The

authority to award master agreements for advisory and assistance

services under 10 U.S.C. 2304 expired on September 30, 1994.

Item XXXV­­Acquisition of Commercial Items (DFARS Case 95­D712)

This interim rule amends the DFARS to conform to the FAR changes

pertaining to the acquisition of commercial items, published as Item

III of FAC 90­32 on September 18, 1995. The rule also implements DoD­

unique requirements of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994

(Pub. L. 103­355) regarding the acquisition of commercial items.

Following is a summary of the DFARS amendments contained in this rule:

­­Part 203 is amended to reflect that the statutory prohibitions of 10

U.S.C. 2397b do not apply to contractors that supply only commercial

items to DoD.

­­Part 207 is amended to reflect the preference for commercial items

and the requirement for market research contained in FAR Parts 10 and

11.

­­Parts 210, 211, and 212 are revised to reflect the restructuring of

FAR Parts 10, 11, and 12. Part 210 is retitled ``Market Research'' and

contains no DFARS text; Part 211 is retitled ``Describing Agency

Needs'' and revised to include guidance that was previously included in

Part 210; and Part 212 is retitled ``Acquisition of Commercial Items''

and revised to include two new subparts. Subpart 212.3 prescribes

solicitation provisions and contract clauses for use in DoD

acquisitions of commercial items, to include a new solicitation

provision at 252.212­7000, Offeror Representations and Certifications­­

Commercial Items, and a new contract clause at 252.212­7001, Contract

Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes Applicable to

Defense Acquisition of Commercial Items. Subpart 212.5 contains lists

of statutes that do not apply, or have limited application to,

contracts or subcontracts for the acquisition of commercial items.

­­Part 217 is amended to state that the requirement for contractor

identification of sources of supply does not apply to commercial items.

­­Part 225 is amended to state that certain foreign source restrictions

do not apply to commercial items or components purchased by contractors

from subcontractors/suppliers.

­­Part 227 is amended to delete definitions which appear in FAR Part 2

and to clarify that clauses prescribed by 227.7102­3 and 227.7103­15 do

not flow down to subcontractors providing commercial items or

components.

­­Part 234 is amended to include the definitions of ``systems'' and

``systems acquisition'' which were deleted from 210.001.

­­Part 246 is amended to conform to the policy in FAR 12.208 on

contract quality assurance.

­­Amendments are made to conform terminology to the definition of

``commercial items'' in FAR Part 2 and to delete obsolete references.

Item XXXVI­­Editorial Revisions

Note: The asterisked items are revisions being made only in the

looseleaf edition of the DFARS.

(a) DFARS is amended by revising ``Under Secretary of Defense for

Acquisition (USD(A))'' to read ``Under Secretary of Defense for

Acquisition & Technology (USD(A&T))'' each place it appears.

*(b) Section 202.101 is amended by revising in the definition

``Contracting activity'' under the heading ``NAVY'' the entry ``Space

nd Naval Warfare Systems Command'' to read ``Space and Naval Warfare

Systems Command.''

(c) Section 204.7003(a)(1) is amended to update the department/

agency identification characters used in procurement instrument

identification numbers.

(d) Section 209.403 is amended to update the Air Force entry to

read ``Air Force­­Deputy General Counsel (Contractor Responsibility).''

(e) Section 209.405­1 is amended to redesignate paragraphs (a) and

(b) as paragraphs (b) and (c), respectively.

(f) Section 214.406­3(e)(i) is amended to revise ``DARPA'' to read

``ARPA.''

(g) Section 225.302. is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(i)

under the heading ``DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY'' the entry ``Executive

Director, Contracting'' to read ``Executive Director, Procurement'';

and to add a new heading and entry between the headings ``DEFENSE

MAPPING AGENCY'' and ``ON­SITE INSPECTION AGENCY'' to read ``

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OFFICE OF DEPENDENT SCHOOLS, Director.''

(h) Section 225.770­1 is amended by revising between the word

``that'' and the word ``does'' the word ``is'' to read ``it.''

(i) Section 227.7103­6 is amended in paragraph (a) to revise the

word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation.''

(j) Section 227.7104 is amended in the title by revising the word

``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation'' and by revising in paragraph (a)

the word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation.''

*(k) Section 232.704­70(c) is amended to revise the word ``funs''

to read ``funds.''

(l) Section 242.705­2 is amended to redesignate paragraphs

(b)(2)(iii) and (b)(2)(v) as paragraphs (b)(2)(ii) and (b)(2)(iv),

respectively.

(m) Section 249.7002(b) is amended in the introductory text to

revise the phrase ``Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), Assistant

Secretary of Defense (Force Management and Personnel)'' to read

``Assistant Secretary of Defense (Economic Security), Office of

Economic Adjustment (OEA).''

(n) Section 249.7002(b)(2) is amended to revise the Telefax number

to read ``(703) 604­5843.''

*(o) Section 252.223­7004(a)(1) is amended to revise ``employe'' to

read ``employee.''

(p) Section 252.225­7040 is amended to revise in the introductory

text the reference ``225.7004­5(c)'' to read ``225.7004­6(c).''

(q) Section 252.227­7018 is amended in the section title to revise

the word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation'' and in the clause title

to revise the word ``INNOVATIVE'' to read ``INNOVATION.''

(r) Appendix F, F­401, Table 2, is amended to update the Army

address for Foreign Military Sales.

(s) Appendix G is revised to update activity addresses.

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Interim Rules Adopted as Final Without Changes

PARTS 206, 207, 215, 219, AND 252­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule that was published at 60 FR 40106 on August 7,

1995, is adopted as final without change.

PART 225­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule that was published at 60 FR 34470 on July 3, 1995,

is adopted as final without change.

PART 231­­[AMENDED]

The interim that was published at 60 FR 2330 on January 9, 1995, is

adopted as final without change.

PART 235­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule that was published at 60 FR 4569 on January 24,

1995, is adopted as final without change.

Interim Rules Adopted as Final With Changes

PARTS 206 AND 237­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule that was published at 60 FR 2888 on January 12,

1995, is adopted as final with amendments at section 237.104, addition

of section 206.001, and removal of Subpart 206.1.

PART 219­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule that was published at 60 FR 13074 on March 10,

1995, is adopted as final with amendments at section 219.703.

PARTS 223 AND 252­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 13075 on March 10, is adopted

as final with amendments at sections 223.7101, 223.7102, and 252.223­

7006.

PARTS 225 AND 252­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 19531 on April 19, 1995, is

adopted as final with amendments at sections 225.7004­4, 225.7007­4,

225.7010­3, and 225.7016­3.

PARTS 225 AND 252­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 34471 on July 3, 1995, is

adopted as final with amendments at sections 225.7023­1, 225.7023­3,

and 252.225­7011.

PART 226­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 5870 on January 31, 1995, is

adopted as final with a revision at section 226.7104.

PART 235­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 13076 on March 10, 1995, is

adopted as final with a revision at section 235.017­1.

PART 246­­[AMENDED]

The interim rule published at 60 FR 33144 on June 27, 1995, is

adopted as final with amendments at section 246.202­3.

List of Subjects in 48 CFR Parts 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208,

209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228,

231, 232, 234, 235, 237, 239, 242, 246, 247, 249, 250, 252, 253,

and Appendices C, F, and G to Chapter 2

Government procurement.

Amendments to 48 CFR Chapter 2 (Defense Federal Acquisition

Regulation Supplement)

48 CFR Chapter 2 (the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation

Supplement) is amended as set forth below.

1. The authority for 48 CFR parts 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207,

208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 214, 215, 217, 219, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228,

231, 232, 234, 235, 237, 239, 242, 246, 247, 249, 250, 252, 253, and

Appendices C, F, and G to Chapter 2 continues to read as follows:

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

PART 201­­FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATIONS SYSTEM

201.201­1 [Amended]

2. Section 201.201­1 is amended by revising in paragraph (d)(i)

introductory text the phrase ``OUSD(A)'' to read ``OUSD(A&T);'' and by

revising in paragraph (d)(i)V. the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read

``USD(A&T)DP.''

201.301 [Amended]

3. Section 201.301(b) is amended by revising the phrase ``USD(A)''

to read ``USD(A&T).''

201.304 [Amended]

4. Section 201.304 is amended by revising in paragraph (1) the

phrase the ``USD(A)'' to read ``USD(A&T);'' by revising in paragraph

(2) the phrase ``USD(A)'' to read ``USD(A&T);'' and by revising in

paragraph (2) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP;'' by

revising in paragraph (3) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read

``USD(A&T)DP;'' by revising in paragraph (4) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to

read ``USD(A&T)DP;'' by revising in paragraph (5) the phrase ``USD(A)''

to read ``USD(A&T);'' and by revising in paragraph (5) the phrase

``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

201.402 [Amended]

5. Section 201.402 is amended by revising in paragraph (1) the

phase ``Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,

USD(A)DP'' to read ``Office of the Under Secretary of Defense

(Acquisition & Technology), USD(A&T)DP;'' and by revising in paragraph

(3) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP''.

PART 202­­DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND TERMS

6. Section 202.101 is amended by revising the definition of

``Senior procurement executive'' to read:

202.101 Definitions.

* * * * *

Senior procurement executive, means for DoD­­

Department of Defense (including the defense agencies)­­Under

Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology);

Department of the Army­­Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research,

Development and Acquisition);

Department of the Navy­­Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research,

Development and Acquisition);

Department of the Air Force­­Assistant Secretary of the Air Force

(Acquisition).

The directors of the defense agencies have been delegated authority

to act as senior procurement executive for their respective agencies,

except for such actions that by terms of statute, or any delegation,

must be exercised by the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition &

Technology).

PART 203­­IMPROPER BUSINESS PRACTICES AND PERSONAL CONFLICTS OF

INTEREST

7. Section 203.170­1 is amended in paragraph (a) by adding a last

sentence to read as follows:

203.170­1 Policy.

(a) * * * The prohibitions in 10 U.S.C. 2397b do not apply to

contractors that supply only commercial items to DoD.

* * * * *

8. Section 203.170­4 is revised to read as follows:

203.170­4 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.203­7000, Statutory Prohibitions on

Compensation to Former Department of Defense Employees, in all

solicitations and contracts expected to exceed $100,000, except

solicitations and contracts for commercial items.

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9. Section 203.570­5 is revised to read as follows:

203.570­5 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.203­7001, Special Prohibition on Employment,

in all solicitations and contracts exceeding the simplified acquisition

threshold in FAR part 13, except solicitations and contracts for

commercial items.

203.703 [Amended]

10. Section 203.703 is amended by revising ``Under Secretary of

Defense for Acquisition'' to read ``Under Secretary of Defense

(Acquisition & Technology).''

203.71 [Removed]

11. Subpart 203.71 is removed.

PART 204­­ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

12. Section 204.602­70 is added to read as follows:

204.602­70 Solicitation provision.

When the Commercial and Government Entity codes for the prospective

offerors are not available to the contracting office, use the provision

at 252.204­7001, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code

Reporting.

204.603 [Removed]

13. Section 204.603 is removed.

204.603­70 [Removed]

14. Section 204.603­70 is removed.

204.670­I [Amended]

15. Section 204.670­1 is amended by revising in paragraph (c)(3)

the acronym ``SAF/AQCP'' to read ``SAF/AQCI.''

16. Section 204.670­2 is amended by revising paragraph (c) and

paragraph (d) to read as follows:

204.670­2 Reportable contracting actions.

* * * * *

(c) Do not report on a DD Form 350, contingency actions defined in

213.101. Summarize these actions on a DD Form 1057 in accordance with

the instructions in 253.204­71(a)(3).

(d) The following contracting actions are not subject to reporting

on either the DD Form 350 or DD Form 1057:

(1) Micro­purchases obtained through use of the purchase card;

(2) Transactions that cite only nonappropriated funds (Funds held

in trust accounts for foreign governments shall be treated as

appropriated funds.);

(3) Transactions for purchase of land, or rental or lease of real

property, when the General Services Administration (GSA) executes the

contracting action;

(4) Orders from GSA stock and the GSA Consolidated Purchase

Program;

(5) Transactions that involve Government bills of lading or

transportation requests, except orders placed under Regional Storage

Management Office's (RSMO) BOAs;

(6) Requisitions transferring supplies within or among the

departments or agencies; and

(7) Pursuant to 204.670­6(b), orders placed by other contracting

activities against indefinite delivery contracts awarded by the­­

(i) Military Sealift Command;

(ii) Defense Fuel Supply Center for petroleum and petroleum

products; or

(iii) Defense General Supply Center for petroleum products.

17. Section 204.670­6 is amended by revising paragraph (b) to read

as follows:

204.670­6 Types of DD Form 350 report.

* * * * *

(b) A consolidated report is one DD Form 350 report which combines

several contracting actions.

(1) Prepare consolidated reports for­­

(i) Air Mobility Command awards for international airlift services.

The Command reports these at the end of each operating month with one

DD Form 350 for each airlift contract.

(ii) Military Sealift Command awards of indefinite delivery

contracts for ocean transportation. The Command reports at the

beginning of each fiscal year the estimated value of the orders for

that fiscal year on one DD Form 350.

(iii) Defense Fuel Supply Center or Defense General Supply Center

indefinite delivery contracts for petroleum or petroleum supplies. The

Centers, at the time of award, report the estimated value of the orders

to be placed against the contract on one DD Form 350.

(iv) Orders placed by the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) for

resale items in excess of $25,000. DeCA consolidates the orders monthly

and reports the cumulative dollar amounts and actions on one DD Form

350 in accordance with departmental regulations. Defense Logistics

Agency activities submit single rather than consolidated reports.

(v) Vouchers processed by the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Europe

(USACCE), for the purchase of utilities from municipalities (e.g., gas,

electricity, water, sewage, steam, snow removal, and garbage

collection). USACCE consolidates these transactions monthly and reports

the cumulative dollar amount on one DD Form 350 in accordance with

departmental regulations.

(2) Consolidated reports may be prepared in accordance with

departmental instructions for orders under communications service

agreements for local dial tone services.

* * * * *

18. Section 204.7003 is amended by revising paragraph (a)(1)(i) to

read as follows:

204.7003 Basic PII number.

(a) * * *

(1) * * *

(i) Department/agency identification:

(A) Department of the Army................. DA

(B) Department of the Navy (except Marine N

Corps).

(C) Department of the Air Force............ F

(D) Defense Information Systems Agency..... DCA

(E) Defense Logistics Agency............... S

(F) Defense Nuclear Agency................. DNA

(G) Defense Mapping Agency................. DMA

(H) Miscellaneous Defense Activities....... MDA

(I) Marine Corps........................... M

(J) Ballistic Missile Defense Organization. HQ0006

(K) On Site Inspection Agency.............. OSIA

(L) Defense Commissary Agency.............. DECA

(M) United States Special Operations USZA

Command.

* * * * *

PART 206­­COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS

19. A new section 206.001 is added to read as follows:

206.001 Applicability.

(b) Contracts awarded using the procedures in 237.104(b)(ii) are

expressly authorized by 10 U.S.C. 1091.

206.1 [Removed]

20. Subpart 206.1 is removed.

21. Section 206.303­1 is amended by adding a new paragraph (c) to

read as follows:

206.303­1 Requirements.

* * * * *

(c) When conditions warrant, a class justification may provide for

award of multiple contracts extending across more than one program

phase.

PART 207­­ACQUISITION PLANNING

22. Section 207.102 is added to read as follows:

207.102 Policy.

When a class justification for other than full and open competition

has been approved, planning for competition shall be accomplished

consistent with the terms of that approval.

23. Section 207.105 is amended by revising paragraph (b)(6);

paragraph (b)(5); and paragraph (b)(17)(A)(8) to read as follows:

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207.105 Contents of written acquisition plans.

(a) * * *

(b) * * *

(6) Product descriptions

For development acquisitions, describe the market research

undertaken to identify commercial items, commercial items with

modifications, or nondevelopmental items (see FAR part 10) that could

satisfy the acquisition objectives.

* * * * *

(15) Environmental considerations.

Discuss actions taken to ensure either elimination of or

authorization to use class I ozone­depleting chemicals and substances

(see 211.271).

(17) * * *

(A) * * *

(8) Expanded use of commercial items, commercial items with

modifications, or to the extent commercial items are not available,

nondevelopmental items (see FAR part 10).

* * * * *

PART 208­­REQUIRED SOURCES OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES

24. Section 208.7003­1 is revised to read as follows:

208.7003­1 Assignments under integrated material management (IMM).

(a) All items assigned for IMM must be acquired from the IMM

manager except­­

(1) Items purchased under circumstances of unusual and compelling

urgency as defined in FAR 6.302­2. After such a purchase is made, the

requiring activity must send one copy of the contract and a statement

of the emergency to the IMM manager;

(2) Items for which the IMM manager assigns a supply system code

for local purchase or otherwise grants authority to purchase locally;

or

(3) When purchase by the requiring activity is in the best interest

of the Government in terms of the combination of quality, timeliness,

and cost that best meets the requirement. This exception does not apply

to items­­

(i) Critical to the safe operation of a weapon system;

(ii) With special security characteristics; or

(iii) Which are dangerous (e.g., explosives, munitions).

(b) When an item assigned for IMM is to be acquired by the

requiring activity under paragraph (a)(3) of this subsection, the

contracting officer must­­

(1) Document the contract file with a statement of the specific

advantage of local purchase for an acquisition exceeding the micro­

purchase threshold in FAR part 13; and

(2) Ensure that a waiver is obtained from the IMM manager before

initiating an acquisition exceeding the simplified acquisition

threshold in FAR part 13, if the IMM assignment is to the General

Services Administration (GSA), the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), or

the Army Materiel Command (AMC). Submit requests for waiver to­­

(i) For GSA:

Commissioner (F), Federal Supply Service, Washington, DC 20406

(ii) For DLA:

Defense Construction Supply Center, ATTN: DCSC­BDA, P.O. Box 3990,

Columbus, OH 43216­5000

Defense Electronics Supply Center, ATTN: DESC­ERM, 1507 Wilmington

Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5000

Defense Fuel Supply Center, ATTN: DFSC­OI, Cameron Station, VA

22304­6160

Defense General Supply Center, ATTN: DGSC­X, Richmond, VA 23297­

5000

Defense Industrial Supply Center, ATTN: DISC­OPD, 700 Robbins

Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

Defense Personnel Support Center, ATTN: DPSC­CSH, 2800 South 20th

Street, P.O. Box 8419, Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

(iii) For AMC:

Commander, U.S. Army Materiel Command, ATTN: AMCLG­S, 5001

Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22333­0001

25. Section 208.7003­2 is amended by revising paragraph (c) to read

as follows:

208.7003­2 Assignments under coordinated acquisition.

* * * * *

(c) Requirements not in excess of the simplified acquisition

threshold in FAR part 13, when contracting by the requiring department

is in the best interest of the Government;

* * * * *

PART 209­­CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS

26. Section 209.103­70 is revised to read as follows:

209.103­70 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.209­7000, Acquisition from Subcontractors

Subject to On­Site Inspection Under the Intermediate­Range Nuclear

Forces (INF) Treaty, in all solicitations and contracts exceeding the

simplified acquisition threshold in FAR part 13, except solicitations

and contracts for commercial items.

27. Section 209.106­1 is revised to read as follows:

209.106­1 Conditions for preaward surveys.

(a) If a preaward survey is requested, include the rationale in

block 23 of the SF 1403, Preaward Survey of Prospective Contractor

(General).

28. Section 209.202 is revised to read as follows:

209.202 Policy.

(a)(1) The inclusion of qualification requirements in

specifications for products which are to be included on a Qualified

Products List, or manufactured by business firms included on a

Qualified Manufacturers List, requires approval by the departmental

standardization office in accordance with DoD Manual 4120.3­M, Defense

Standardization Program Policies and Procedures. The inclusion of other

qualification requirements in an acquisition or group of acquisitions

requires approval by the chief of the contracting office.

209.403 [Amended]

29. Section 209.403 is amended under the definition ``Debarring

official'' to revise the ``Air Force'' entry to read ``Air Force­­

Deputy General Counsel (Contractor Responsibility).''

209.405­1 [Amended]

30. Section 209.405­1 is amended by redesignating paragraphs (a)

and (b) as paragraphs (b) and (c).

209.470­1 [Amended]

31. Section 209.470­1 is amended by removing in paragraph (a)

introductory text the comma after the parenthetical phrase ``(Pub. L.

103­337)''; and by revising in paragraph (b) the last sentence ``(See

FAR 9.404).'' to read ``(See FAR 9.404.)''

209.470­3 [Amended]

32. Section 209.470­3 is amended to revise ``252.209­7007'' to read

``252.209­7005.''

PART 210­­SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS, AND OTHER PURCHASE

DESCRIPTIONS

Part 210­­[Removed]

33. Part 210 is removed.

34. Part 211 is revised to read as follows:

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PART 211­­DESCRIBING AGENCY NEEDS

Sec.

211.002 Policy.

211.002­70 Contract clause.

Subpart 211.2­­Using and Maintaining Requirements Documents

211.201 Identification and availability of specifications.

211.204 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

211.270 Brand name or equal purchase descriptions.

211.270­1 Policy.

211.270­2 Solicitation provision.

211.271 Elimination of use of class I ozone­depleting substances.

211.272 Alternate preservation, packaging, and packing.

Subpart 211.5­­Liquidated Damages

211.504 Contract clauses.

Subpart 211.6­­Priorities and Allocations

211.602 General.

211.002 Policy

All systems acquisition programs in the DoD are subject to the

acquisition streamlining policies and procedures in DoDI 5000.2,

Defense Acquisition Management Policies and Procedures.

211.002­70 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.211­7000, Acquisition Streamlining, in all

solicitations and contracts for systems acquisition programs.

Subpart 211.2­­Using and Maintaining Requirements Documents

211.201 Identification and availability of specifications.

(a) The DoD index of data item descriptions is DoD 5010.12­L,

Acquisition Management Systems and Data Requirements Control List

(AMSDL).

(b) Also, furnish data item descriptions which are not listed in

the AMSDL, except when it is not feasible, e.g., documents are bulky or

only a limited number of copies are available at the contracting

activity.

(d) The AMSDL, all unclassified specifications and standards listed

in the DODISS, and data item descriptions listed in the AMSDL may also

be purchased from the Standardization Documents Desk, Building 4D, 700

Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111­5094. Include with the letter or

DD Form 1425­­

(i) The requester's customer number; and

(ii) Complete return mailing address, including any ``mark for''

instructions.

211.204 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

(c) When contract performance requires use of specifications and

standards which are not listed in the DODISS and data item descriptions

which are not listed in the AMSDL, use provisions, as appropriate,

substantially the same as those at 252.211­7001, Availability of

Specifications and Standards Not Listed in DODISS, Data Item

Descriptions Not Listed in DoD 5010.12­L, and Plans, Drawings, and

Other Pertinent Documents, and 252.211­7002, Availability for

Examination of Specifications, Standards, Plans, Drawings, Data Item

Descriptions, and Other Pertinent Documents.

211.270 Brand name or equal purchase descriptions.

211.270­1 Policy.

When a ``brand name or equal'' purchase description is used­­

(a) The purchase description­­

(1) Should include a complete common generic identification of the

item.

(2) Should reference all known acceptable brand name products, to

include­­

(i) Name of manufacturer, producer, or distributor of each brand

name product referenced (and address if not well known); and

(ii) Model, make, or catalog number for each, and identity of the

commercial catalog in which it appears.

(3) May, if necessary to adequately describe an item, use a

commercial catalog description or an extract from the catalog. Ensure

that a copy of each catalog referenced (except parts catalogs) is

available at the contracting office for review by offerors.

(4) Should give prospective offerors the opportunity to offer

products other than those specifically referenced by brand name, as

long as they meet the needs of the Government in essentially the same

manner as the brand name product.

(5) Must identify those salient physical, functional, or other

characteristics which are essential to the needs of the Government.

(b) The solicitation­­

(1) Shall be at or below the simplified acquisition threshold in

FAR part 13.

(2) May require bid samples for ``or equal'' offers, but not for

``brand name'' offers.

(3) Must provide for full consideration and evaluation of ``or

equal'' offers against the salient characteristic specified in the

purchase description. Do not reject offers for minor differences in

design, construction, or features which do not affect the suitability

of the product for its intended use.

(4) Must include the following immediately after the item

description­­Offering:

Manufacturer's Name______ Brand______ Model or Part No.______

(c) The contract shall­­

(1) Not exceed the simplified acquisition threshold in FAR part 13.

(2) Identify, or incorporate by reference an identification of the

specific products the contractor is to furnish. Include any brand name,

make or model number, descriptive material, and any modifications of

brand name products specified in the offer.

211.270­2 Solicitation provision.

(a) When a brand name or equal purchase description is included in

a solicitation at or below the simplified acquisition threshold in FAR

part 13, use the provision at 252.211­7003, Brand Name or Equal.

(b) When component parts of an end item are described by brand name

or equal purchase descriptions and application of the provision at

252.211­7003 to some or all of the components is impracticable, either

do not use the provision or limit its application to specified

components.

211.271 Elimination of use of class I ozone­depleting substances.

(a) Contracts. No DoD contract may include a specification or

standard that requires the use of a class I ozone­depleting substance

or that can be met only through the use of such a substance unless the

inclusion of the specification or standard is specifically authorized

at a level no lower than a general or flag officer or member of the

Senior Executive Service of the requiring activity in accordance with

Section 326, Public Law 102­484 (10 U.S.C. 2301 (repealed) note).

(b) Modifications. (1) Contracts awarded before June 1, 1993, with

a value in excess of $10 million, that are modified or extended

(including option exercise) and, as a result of the modification or

extension will expire more than one year after the effective date of

the modification or extension, must be evaluated in accordance with

agency procedures for the elimination of ozone­depleting substances.

(i) The evaluation must be carried out within 60 days after the

first modification or extension.

(ii) No further modification or extension may be made to the

contract until the evaluation is complete.

(2) If, as a result of this evaluation, it is determined that an

economically

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feasible substitute substance or alternative technology is available,

the contracting officer shall modify the contract to require the use of

the substitute substance or alternative technology.

(3) If a substitute substance or alternative technology is not

available, a written determination shall be made to that effect at a

level no lower than a general or flag officer or member of the Senior

Executive Service of the requiring activity.

211.272 Alternate preservation, packaging, and packing.

Use the provision at 252.211­7004, Alternate Preservation,

Packaging, and Packing, in solicitations which include military

preservation, packaging, or packing specifications when it is feasible

to evaluate and award using commercial or industrial preservation,

packaging, or packing.

Subpart 211.5­­Liquidated Damages.

211.504 Contract clauses.

(b) Use the clause at FAR 52.211­12, Liquidated Damages­­

Construction, in all construction contracts exceeding $500,000, except

cost­plus­fixed­fee contracts or contracts where the contractor cannot

control the pace of the work. Use of the clause in contracts of

$500,000 or less is optional.

Subpart 211.6­­Priorities and Allocations.

211.602 General.

DoD implementation of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System

is in DoDI 4400.1, Priorities and Allocations­­Delegation of DO and DX

Priorities and Allocations Authorities, Rescheduling of Deliveries and

Continuance of Related Manuals.

35. Part 212 is revised to read as follows:

PART 212­­ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS­­GENERAL

Sec.

Subpart 212.2­­Special Requirements for the Acquisition of Commercial

Items

212.211 Technical data.

Subpart 212.3­­Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses for the

Acquisition of Commercial Items

212.301 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses for the

acquisition of commercial items.

212.302 Tailoring of provisions and clauses for the acquisition of

commercial items.

Subpart 212.5­­Applicability of Certain Laws to the Acquisition of

Commercial Items

212.503 Applicability of certain laws to Executive Agency contracts

for the acquisition of commercial items.

212.504 Applicability of certain laws to subcontracts for the

acquisition of commercial items.

Subpart 212.2­­Special Requirements for the Acquisition of

Commercial Items

212.211 Technical data.

The DoD policy for acquiring technical data for commercial items is

at 227.7102.

Subpart 212.3­­Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses for the

Acquisition of Commercial Items

212.301 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses for the

acquisition of commercial items.

(f)(i) Use the provision at 252.225­7013, Domestic Wool Preference,

as prescribed in 225.7002­4(b).

(ii) Use one of the following provisions as prescribed in part 225:

(A) 252.225­7000, Buy American Act­­Balance of Payments Program

Certificate.

(B) 252.225­7006, Buy American Act­­Trade Agreements­­Balance of

Payments Program Certificate.

(C) 252.225­7035, Buy American Act­­North American Free Trade

Agreement Implementation Act­­Balance of Payments Program Certificate.

(iii) Use the provision at 252.212­7000, Offeror Representations

and Certifications­­Commercial Items, in all solicitations for

commercial items exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold in FAR

part 13. If an exception to 10 U.S.C. 2410i applies to a solicitation

exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold (see 225.770­3),

indicate on an addendum that ``The certification in paragraph (b) of

the provision at 252.225­7000 does not apply to this solicitation.''

(iv) Use the clause at 252.212­7001, Contract Terms and Conditions

Required to Implement Statutes Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of

Commercial Items, in all solicitations and contracts for commercial

items, completing paragraph (b), as appropriate.

212.302 Tailoring of provisions and clauses for the acquisition of

commercial items.

(c) Tailoring inconsistent with customary commercial practice.

The head of the contracting activity is the approval authority

within the DoD for waivers under FAR 12.302(c).

Subpart 212.5­­Applicability of Certain Laws to the Acquisition of

Commercial Items

212.503 Applicability of certain laws to Executive Agency contracts

for the acquisition of commercial items.

(a) The following laws are not applicable to contracts for the

acquisition of commercial items:

(i) Section 806, Public Law 102­190 (10 U.S.C. 2301 (repealed)

note), Payment Protections for Subcontractors and Suppliers.

(ii) 10 U.S.C. 2306(b), Prohibition on Contingent Fees.

(iii) 10 U.S.C. 2324, Allowable Costs Under Defense Contracts.

(iv) 10 U.S.C. 2384(b), Requirement to Identify Suppliers.

(v) 10 U.S.C. 2397(a)(1), Reports by Employees or Former Employees

of Defense Contractors.

(vi) 10 U.S.C. 2397b(f), Limits on Employment for Former DoD

Officials.

(vii) 10 U.S.C. 2397c, Defense Contractor Requirements Concerning

Former DoD Officials.

(viii) 10 U.S.C. 2408(a), Prohibition on Persons Convicted of

Defense Related Felonies.

(ix) 10 U.S.C. 2410b, Contractor Inventory Accounting System

Standards (see 252.242­7004).

(x) 107 Stat 1720 (Section 843(a), Public Law 103­160), Reporting

Requirement Regarding Dealings with Terrorist Countries.

(xi) Domestic Content Restrictions in the National Defense

Appropriations Acts for Fiscal Years 1996 and Subsequent Years.

(c) The applicability of the following laws has been modified in

regard to contracts for the acquisition of commercial items:

(i) 10 U.S.C. 2402, Prohibition on Limiting Subcontractor Direct

Sales to the United States (see FAR 3.503 and 52.203­6).

(ii) 10 U.S.C. 2306a, Truth in Negotiations Act (see FAR 15.804).

212.504 Applicability of certain laws to subcontracts for the

acquisition of commercial items.

(a) The following laws are not applicable to subcontracts at any

tier for the acquisition of commercial items or commercial components:

(i) 10 U.S.C. 2241 note, Limitations on Procurement of Food,

Clothing, and Specialty Metals Not Produced in the United States.

(ii) Section 806, Public Law 102­190 (10 U.S.C. 2301 (repealed)

note), Payment Protections for Subcontractors and Suppliers.

(iii) 10 U.S.C. 2306(b) Prohibition on Contingent Fees.

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(iv) 10 U.S.C. 2313(c), Examination of Records of a Contractor.

(v) 10 U.S.C. 2320, Rights in Technical Data.

(vi) 10 U.S.C. 2321, Validation of Proprietary Data Restrictions.

(vii) 10 U.S.C. 2324, Allowable Costs Under Defense Contracts.

(viii) 10 U.S.C. 2327, Reporting Requirement Regarding Dealings

with Terrorist Countries.

(ix) 10 U.S.C. 2384(b), Requirement to Identify Suppliers.

(x) 10 U.S.C. 2391 note, Notification of Substantial Impact on

Employment.

(xi) 10 U.S.C. 2393, Prohibition Against Doing Business with

Certain Offerors or Contractors.

(xii) 10 U.S.C. 2397(a)(1), Reports by Employees or Former

Employees of Defense Contractors.

(xiii) 10 U.S.C. 2397b(f), Limits on Employment for Former DoD

Officials.

(xiv) 10 U.S.C. 2397c, Defense Contractor Requirements Concerning

Former DoD Officials.

(xv) 10 U.S.C. 2408(a) Prohibition on Persons Convicted of Defense

Related Felonies.

(xvi) 10 U.S.C. 2410b, Contractor Inventory Accounting System

Standards.

(xvii) 10 U.S.C. 2501 note, Notification of Proposed Program

Termination.

(xviii) 10 U.S.C. 2534, Miscellaneous Limitations on the

Procurement of Goods Other Than United States Goods.

(xix) 10 U.S.C. 2534(c), Preference for United States and Canadian

Valves and Machine Tools.

(xx) 10 U.S.C. 2534(d), Restriction on Acquisition of Carbonyl Iron

Powder.

(xxi) 10 U.S.C. 2534(e), Restriction on Acquisition of Air Circuit

Breakers.

(xxii) Effective May 1, 1996: 10 U.S.C. 2631, Transportation of

Supplies by Sea.

(xxiii) 19 U.S.C. 2512, Trade Agreements Act.

(xxiv) 41 U.S.C. 10, Buy American Act.

(xxv) 10 U.S.C. 2327 (Section 843(a), Public Law 103­160),

Reporting Requirement Regarding Dealings with Terrorist Countries.

(xxvi) Domestic Content Restrictions in the National Defense

Appropriations Acts for Fiscal Years 1996 and Subsequent Years.

(b) Certain requirements of the following laws have been eliminated

for subcontracts at any tier for the acquisition of commercial items or

commercial components:

(i) 10 U.S.C. 2393(d), Subcontractor Reports Under Prohibition

Against Doing Business with Certain Offerors (see FAR 52.209­6).

(ii) 10 U.S.C. 2402, Prohibition on Limiting Subcontractor Direct

Sales to the United States (see FAR 3.503 and 52.203­6).

PART 214­­SEALED BIDDING

214.406­­3 [Amended]

36. Section 214.406­3 is amended by revising in paragraph (e)(i)

the phrase ``DARPA'' to read ``ARPA.''

PART 215­­CONTRACTING BY NEGOTIATION

37. Section 215.804­8 is revised to read as follows:

215.804­8 Contract clauses.

If the solicitation or contract includes one of the clauses at FAR

52.215­23, FAR 52.215­24, or FAR 52.215­25, also use the clause at

252.215­7000, Pricing Adjustments.

215.805­5 [Amended]

38. Section 215.805­5 is amended by revising in paragraph

(a)(1)(A)(3) the amount ``$1 million'' to read ``$10 million.''

215.971­4 [Amended]

39. Section 215.971­4(d)(3)(A) is amended by revising the word

``product'' to read ``item.''

PART 217­­SPECIAL CONTRACTING METHODS

217.103­1 [Amended]

40. Section 217.103­1 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(v)

the phrase ``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition & Technology)'' and

the phrase ``(USD(A)DP)'' to read ``(USD(A&T)DP);'' by revising in

paragraph (b)(v) the phrase ``Deputy Assistant'' to read ``Under'' and

by revising the phrase ``(OASD(C)(P/B))'' to read ``(USD(C)P/B))''; by

revising in paragraph (b)(vi)(A)(2) the phrase ``(Acquisition)'' to

read ``(Acquisition & Technology);'' and by revising in paragraph

(b)(viii)(C) the phrase ``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition &

Technology).''

41. Section 217.7302 is amended by revising paragraph (b) to read

as follows:

217.7302 Procedures.

* * * * *

(b) The requirement in paragraph (a) of this section does not apply

to commercial items.

217.7406 [Amended]

42. Section 217.7406 is amended by revising ``252.217.7027'' to

``252.217­7027.''

PART 219­­SMALL BUSINESS AND SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS CONCERNS

219.703 [Amended]

43. Section 219.703(a) is amended by revising the reference ``Pub.

L. 103­277'' to read Public Law 103­337.''

44. Section 219.704 is revised to read as follows:

219.704 Subcontracting plan requirements.

(a)(1) The goal for use of small disadvantaged business concerns

shall include subcontracts with historically black colleges and

universities and minority institutions (see subpart 226.70), in

addition to subcontracts with small disadvantaged business concerns.

Subcontracts with historically black colleges and universities and

minority institutions do not have to be included in the small

disadvantaged business goal in commercial items subcontracting plans.

219.1006 [Amended]

45. Section 219.1006(b)(2) is amended by revising the phrase

``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition & Technology).''

PART 223­­ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, AND DRUG­

FREE WORKPLACE

46. Section 223.104 is revised to read as follows:

223.104 Exemptions.

(c) The authority to act for the agency head under this subpart is

limited to a level no lower than an official who is appointed by and

with the advice of the Senate. For the defense agencies, this is the

Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology).

47. A new subpart 223.4 is added to read as follows:

Subpart 223.4­­Use of Recovered Materials

223.404 Procedures.

(b)(3) A contract for an EPA designated item which does not meet

the EPA or agency minimum recovered material standards shall not be

awarded before approval of the written determination required by FAR

23.404(b)(3). The approving official shall be­­

(A) A general or flag officer, or a member of the Senior Executive

Service, of the requiring activity; or

(B) For requiring activities without a general or flag officer or

member of the Senior Executive Service, the commander of the activity.

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(4) Annual contractor certifications shall be submitted for

consolidation and reporting in accordance with department/agency

procedures.

48. Section 223.570­4 is amended by revising paragraph (b)(1) to

read as follows:

223.570­4 Contract clause.

* * * * *

(b) Do not use the clause in solicitations and contracts for­­

(1) Commercial items; or

* * * * *

49. Section 223.7101 is revised to read as follows:

223.7101 Procedures.

(a) If the contracting officer is uncertain as to whether

particular activities are prohibited or fall under one of the

exceptions in 223.7102, the contracting officer should seek advice from

the cognizant office of counsel.

(b) When storage, treatment, or disposal of non­DoD­owned toxic or

hazardous materials is authorized in accordance with this subpart, the

contract or authorization should specify the types, conditions, and

quantities of toxic or hazardous materials that may be temporarily

stored, treated, or disposed of in connection with the contract or as a

result of the authorized commercial use of a DoD industrial­type

facility.

223.7102 [Amended]

50. Section 223.7102 is amended by removing at the end of paragraph

(a)(7) the word ``or''; by removing at the end of paragraph (a)(8) the

period and adding a semicolon and the word ``or''; and by adding

paragraph (a)(9)(ii) the word ``into'' after the word ``Enters.''

PART 225­­FOREIGN ACQUISITION

225.302 [Amended]

51. Section 225.302 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(i)

under the heading ``DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY'' the entry ``Executive

Director, Contracting'' to read ``Executive Director, Procurement'';

and to add a new heading and entry between the headings ``DEFENSE

MAPPING AGENCY'' and ``ON­SITE INSPECTION AGENCY'' to read ``DEPARTMENT

OF DEFENSE OFFICE OF DEPENDENTS SCHOOLS, Director.''

225.403 [Amended]

52. Section 225.403 is amended by revising in paragraph (d)(1)A)

the phrase ``(USD(A)DP)'' to read (USD(A&T)DP):'' by revising in

paragraph (d)(1) (B) introductory text the phrase ``USDA(A)DP'' to read

``USD(A&T)DP;'' by revising in paragraph (d)(1)B)(2) the phrase

``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

225.770­4 [Amended]

53­54. Section 225.770­4 is amended by revising the phrase

``OUSD(A)DP'' to read ``OUSD(A&T)DP.''

225.871­7 [Amended]

55. Section 225.871­7 is amended in paragraph (a)(1) revising the

phrase ``(ASD(P&L)'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

225.872­1 [Amended]

56. Section 225.872.1 is amended in paragraph (a) by adding to the

listing in alphabetical order the country ``Australia''; and is amended

in paragraph (b) by removing from the listing the country

``Australia.''

225.872­2 [Amended]

57. Section 225.872­2 is amended by revising in paragraph

(a)(2)(ii) the phrase ``OASD(P&L), Office of Industrial Base

Assessment'' to read ``the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense

(Industrial Affairs).''

225.872­3 [Amended]

58. Section 225.872­3 is amended by revising in paragraph (f)(4)

the phrase ``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition & Technology).''

59. Section 225.7002­2 is amended by adding a new paragraph (j) to

read as follows:

225.7002­2 Exceptions.

* * * * *

(j) Commercial items or components purchased by contractors from

subcontractors/suppliers.

60. Section 225.7004­4 is amended by revising paragraph (b) to read

as follows:

225.7004­4 Waiver.

* * * * *

(b) The restriction is waived when it would cause unreasonable

costs. The cost of the item of U.S. or Canadian origin is unreasonable

if it exceeds 150 percent of the offered price, inclusive of duty, of

items which are not of U.S. or Canadian origin.

61. Section 225.7007­4 is revised to read as follows:

225.7007­4 Waiver.

The waiver criteria at 225.7004­4 also apply to this restriction.

62. Section 225.7010­3 is revised to read as follows:

225.7010­3 Waiver.

The waiver criteria at 225.7004­4 also apply to this restriction.

63. Section 225.7016­3 is revised to read as follows:

225.7016­3 Waiver.

The waiver criteria at 225.7004­4 also apply to this restriction.

225.7018­2 [Amended]

64. Section 225.7018­2 is amended by revising the phrase

``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition & Technology).''

225.7019­2 [Amended]

65. Section 225.7019­2 is amended by revising in paragraph (b) the

word ``products'' to read ``items.''

225.7023­1 [Amended]

66. Section 225.7023­1 is amended by revising the phase ``Section

8101'' to read ``Section 8112.''

225.7023­3 [Amended]

67. Section 225.7023­3 is amended by revising the word

``Restrictions'' to read ``Restriction.''

225.7103 [Amended]

68. Section 225.7103 is amended by revising in paragraph (a) the

phrase ``small purchase'' to read ``simplified acquisition''; and by

revising in paragraph (c) introductory text the word ``products'' to

read ``items''.

69. Section 225.7201 is revised to read as follows:

225.7201 Exception.

This subpart does not apply to contracts for commercial items,

construction, ores, natural gas, utilities, petroleum products and

crudes, timber (logs), or subsistence.

225.7307­1 [Amended]

70. Section 225.7307­1(f) is amended to revise the phrase

``OUSD(A)DP(FC)'' to read ``OUSD(A&T)DP(FC).''

225.7307­2 [Amended]

71. Section 225.7307­2 is amended in paragraph (b) by revising the

phrase ``OASD(P&L)'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

PART 226­­OTHER SOCIOECONOMIC PROGRAMS

72. A new subpart 226.1 is added to read as follows:

Subpart 226.1­­Indian Incentive Program.

226.103 Procedures.

Contracting officers shall contact the Office of Small and

Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Office of the Under Secretary of

Defense for Acquisition and Technology, OUSD(A&T) SADBU, Room 2A340,

The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301­3061, (703) 697­1688, to obtain

funding for an approved Indian incentive payment request. Upon receipt

of funding from OUSD(A&T)

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SADBU, the contracting officer shall issue a unilateral contract

modification to add the incentive payment.

73. Section 226.7104 is revised to read as follows:

226.7104 Other considerations.

When planning for contracts for services related to base closure

activities at a military installation affected by a closure or

realignment under a base closure law, contracting officers shall

consider including, as a factor in source selection, the extent to

which offerors specifically identify and commit, in their proposals, to

a plan to hire residents of the vicinity of the military installation

that is being closed or realigned.

PART 227­­PATENTS, DATA, AND COPYRIGHTS

227.7101 [Amended]

74. Section 227.7101 is amended by removing paragraph (b) and

redesignating paragraph (c) as paragraph (b).

75. Section 227.7102­3 is amended by adding a last sentence to

paragraph (a); by adding a last sentence to paragraph (b); and by

adding a last sentence to paragraph (c) to read as follows:

227.7102­3 Contract clause.

(a) * * * Do not require the contractor to include this clause in

its subcontracts.

(b) * * * Do not require the contractor to include this clause in

its subcontracts for commercial items or commercial components.

(c) * * * Do not require the contractor to include this clause in

its subcontracts for commercial items or commercial components.

227.7103­6 [Amended]

76. Section 227.7103­6 is amended in paragraph (a), second

sentence, by revising the word ``Innovative'' to read `` Innovation.''

77. Section 227.7103­15 is amended by revising paragraph (c)

introductory text to read as follows:

227.7103­15 Subcontractor rights in technical data.

* * * * *

(c) Require prime contractors whose contracts include the following

clauses to include those clauses, without modification except for

appropriate identification of the parties, in contracts with

subcontractors or suppliers, at all tiers, who will be furnishing

technical data for non­commercial items in response to a Government

requirement:

* * * * *

227.7104 [Amended]

78. Section 227.7104 is amended in the title by revising the word

``Innovatiive'' to read ``Innovation''; and by revising in paragraph

(a) the word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation.''

227.7202­2 [Removed and Reserved]

79. Section 227.7202­2 is removed and reserved.

PART 228­­BONDS AND INSURANCE

228.171­1 [Amended]

80. Section 228.171­1(e) is amended by revising ``28.204'' to read

``FAR 28.204.''

PART 231­­CONTRACT COST PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES

231.205­6 [Amended]

81. Section 231.205­6 is amended by removing paragraph (g)(2)(i).

82. Section 231.603 is revised to read as follows:

231.603 Requirements.

The limitation on allowable individual compensation at 231.205­

6(a)(2) also applies to this subpart.

83. Section 231.703 is revised to read as follows:

231.703 Requirements.

The limitation on allowable individual compensation at 231.205­

6(a)(2) also applies to this subpart.

Subpart 231.70­­[Removed]

84. Subpart 231.70 is removed.

PART 232­­CONTRACT FINANCING

232.170 [Amended]

85. Section 232.170 is amended by revising in paragraph (a) the

phrase ``Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition),

USD(A)DP'' to read ``Office of the Under Secretary of Defense

(Acquisition & Technology), USD(A&T)DP''; and by revising in paragraph

(b) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

232.171 [Amended]

86. Section 232.171 is amended by revising in paragraphs (a)(1),

(b)(1), and (b)(3) the phrase ``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

232.173­1 [Amended]

87. Section 232.173­1(b) is amended by revising the phrase

``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition & Technology).''

232.173­5 [Amended]

88. Section 232.173­5 is amended by revising in the introductory

text the phrase ``(Acquisition)'' to read ``(Acquisition &

Technology).''

232.501­2 [Amended]

89. Section 232.501­2(a) is amended to revise the two occurrences

of ``USD(A)DP'' to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

232.617 [Amended]

90. Section 232.617 is amended by revising the phrase ``USD(A)DP''

to read ``USD(A&T)DP.''

PART 234­­MAJOR SYSTEM ACQUISITION

91. Section 234.001 is added to read as follows:

234.001 Definitions.

Systems means a combination of elements that will function together

to produce the capabilities required to fulfill a mission need.

Systems acquisition means the design, development, and production

of new systems. It also includes modifications to existing systems that

involve redesign of the systems or subsystems.

PART 235­­RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTING

235.015­71 [Amended]

92. Section 235.015­71 is amended by removing in paragraph (i)(2)

the entry ``FAR 52.215­1 Examination of Records by Comptroller

General'' and by revising in paragraph (i)(2) the title of the entry

``FAR 52.215­2'' to read ``Audit and Records­­Negotiation.''

93. Section 235.017­1 is revised to read as follows:

235.017­1 Sponsoring agreements.

(c)(4) DoD­sponsoring FFRDCs that function primarily as research

laboratories (C3I Laboratory operated by the Institute for Defense

Analysis, Lincoln Laboratory operated by Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, and Software Engineering Institute) may respond to

solicitations and announcements for programs which promote research,

development, demonstration, or transfer of technology (Section 217,

Public Law 103­337).

235.7002 [Amended]

94. Section 235.7002 is amended by removing at the end of paragraph

(a)(1) the period and adding a semicolon and the words ``Army Soldier

Systems Command contracting office.''; and by removing at the end of

paragraph (a)(2) the period and adding a semicolon and the words

``Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center contracting

office.''

95. Section 235.7003 is amended by revising paragraph (b)(1) to

read as follows:

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235.7003 Reporting requirements.

* * * * *

(b) * * *

(1) Army:

Mr. Chuck Boylan, Army Research Laboratory, Fort Monmouth, Phone:

(908) 427­3471; DSN 987­3471; FAX: (908) 532­5188; DSN 992­5188

* * * * *

235.7006 [Amended]

96. Section 235.7006, Exhibit­­Research and Development Streamlined

Contracting Format, Part I­The Schedule, Section H, Special Contract

Requirements is amended by revising paragraph designation (H.8) to read

(H.5).

PART 237­­SERVICE CONTRACTING

97. Section 237.102­70 is added to read as follows:

237.102­70 Prohibition on contracting for firefighting or security­

guard functions.

(a) Under 10 U.S.C. 2465, the DoD is prohibited for entering into

contracts for the performance of firefighting or security­guard

functions at any military installation or facility unless­­

(1) The contract is to be carried out at a location outside the

United States (to include any U.S. commonwealth, territory, or

possession) at which members of the armed forces would have to be used

for the performance of firefighting or security­guard functions at the

expense of unit readiness;

(2) The contract will be carried out on a Government­owned but

privately operated installation; or

(3) The contract (or renewal of a contract) is for the performance

of a function under contract on September 24, 1983.

(b) Under Section 2907 of Public Law 103­160, this prohibition does

not apply to services at installations being closed (see subpart

237.74).

237.104 [Amended]

98. Section 237.104 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(ii)

introductory text the word ``service'' to read ``services;'' by

revising in paragraph (b)(ii)(B) the word ``service'' to read

``services;'' and by revising the last sentence in paragraph (b)(ii)(B)

to read ``Selections made using the procedures in this section are

exempt by statute from FAR part 6 competition requirements (see

206.001(b)).''

99. Section 237.109 is added to read as follows:

237.109 Services of quasi­military armed forces.

See 237.102­70b for prohibition on contracting for firefighting or

security­guard functions.

237.171, 237.171­1, and 237.171­2 [Removed]

100. Sections 237.171, 237.171­1, and 237.171­2 are removed.

237.270, 237.270­1, 237.270­2, 237.270­3 and 237.270­4 [Removed]

101. Sections 237.270, 237.270­1, 237.270­2, 237.270­3 and 237.270­

4 are removed.

237.7204 [Amended]

102. Section 237.7204 is amended by revising under the heading

``GENERAL PROVISIONS'' entry No. 6 to read ``FAR 52.215­2, Audit and

Records­­Negotiation'' in lieu of ``FAR 52.215­1, Examination of

Records by Comptroller General.''

PART 239­­ACQUISITION OF INFORMATION RESOURCES

103. Section 239.7303 is amended by revising paragraph (b) to read

as follows:

239.7303 Review and approval of leasing costs.

* * * * *

(b) The contracting officer shall conduct reviews of leasing costs

as warranted, meeting the criteria of FAR 31.205­2(d), to determine the

continued need for leasing. In performing the review, the contracting

officer shall request the contractor to update its supporting

documentation.

* * * * *

PART 242­­CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

242.705­1 [Amended]

104. Section 242.705­1 is amended by removing paragraphs (b)(3) and

(b)(4).

242.705­2 [Amended]

Section 242.705­2 is amended by revising paragraph designations

``(b)(2)(iii)'' and ``(b)(2)(v)'' to read ``(b)(2)(ii)'' and

``(b)(2)(iv)'' respectively.

242.770 [Removed and Reserved]

105. Section 242.770 is removed and reserved.

242.770­1, 242.770­2, 242.770­3, 242.770­4, 242.770­5, and 242.770­

6 [Removed]

106. Sections 242.770­1, 242.770­2, 242.770­3, 242.770­4, 242.770­

5, and 242.770­6 are removed.

242.771­3 [Amended]

107. Section 242.771­3 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(2)

the phrase ``(OUSD(A))'' to read ``(OUSD(A&T))''; and by revising in

paragraph (c) the phrase ``(OUSD(A)DDR&E)'' to read

``(OUSD(A&T)DDR&E).''

108. Section 242.7003­1 is revised to read as follows:

242.7003­1 Description.

The annual cost monitoring plan is a schedule for reviewing

contractor activities that have the greatest potential for generating

erroneous charges to the Government.

109. Section 242.7206 is amended by revising the introductory text

to read as follows:

242.7206 Contract clause.

Use the clause at 252.242­7004, Material Management and Accounting

System, in all solicitations and contracts exceeding the simplified

acquisition threshold in FAR part 13 that are not for the acquisition

of commercial items and­­

* * * * *

PART 246­­QUALITY ASSURANCE

246.202­3 [Amended]

110. Section 246.202­3 is redesignated as 246.202­4; and paragraphs

(i) and (ii) of newly designated 246.202­4 are redesignated as

paragraphs (1) and (2) respectively.

246.204 [Removed]

111. Section 246.204 is removed.

246.704 [Amended]

112. Section 246.704 is amended by removing in paragraph (2) the

words ``supplies or services'' and inserting the word ``items''; and by

revising in paragraph (4) the parenthetical phrase ``(see 246.202­3)''

to read ``(see 246.202­4).''

113. Section 246.770­1 is amended by revising paragraph (f)(2)(i)

to read as follows:

246.770­1 Definitions.

* * * * *

(f) * * *

(2) * * *

(i) Commercial items;

* * * * *

PART 247­­TRANSPORTATION

114. Section 247.572­1 is amended by revising paragraph (a) to read

as follows:

247.572­1 Ocean transportation incidental to a contract for supplies,

services, or construction.

(a) This subsection applies when ocean transportation is not the

purpose of the contract. However, effective May 1, 1996, this

subsection does not apply to subcontracts for the acquisition of

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commercial items or commercial components (see 212.504(a)(xxii)).

* * * * *

247.572­2 [Amended]

115. Section 247.572­2 is amended by removing at the end of

paragraph (a)(4) the word ``and''; by removing the period at the end of

paragraph (a)(5) and inserting a semicolon and the word ``and'' in its

place; and by adding a new paragraph (a)(6) to read as follows:

247.572­2 Direct purchase of ocean transportation services.

(a) * * *

(6) Subcontracts under Government contracts or agreements for ocean

transportation services.

* * * * *

PART 249­­TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS

249.7002 [Amended]

116. Section 249.7002 is amended in paragraph (b) introductory text

by revising the phrase ``Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA), Assistant

Secretary of Defense (Force Management and Personnel)'' to read

``Assistant Secretary of Defense (Economic Security), Office of

Economic Adjustment (OEA''; and in paragraph (b)(2) by revising the

Telefax number to read ``(703) 604­5843.''

PART 250­­EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

117. Section 250.201­70 is amended by revising in paragraph (b)(1)

the phrase ``Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition) (USD(A))'' to

read ``Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology)

(USDA&T))''; and by revising in paragraph (b)(2) the phrase ``USD(A)''

to read ``USD(A&T).''

PART 252­­SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES

118. Section 252.203­7000 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (a)(3) to read as

follows:

252.203­7000 Statutory prohibitions on compensation to former

Department of Defense employees.

* * * * * * *

(a) * * *

(3) Defense contractor means an entity (including affiliates and

subsidiaries which clearly engage in the performance of Department

of Defense (DoD) contracts) that contracts directly with the DoD to

supply goods or services. ``Defense contractor'' does not include a

State or local government or any person who contracts to supply the

Department of Defense only commercial items.

* * * * *

119. Section 252.203­7001 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (g) to read as follows:

252.203­7001 Special prohibition on employment.

* * * * *

(g) The Contractor agrees to include the substance of this

clause, appropriately modified to reflect the identity and

relationship of the parties, in all first­tier subcontracts

exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold in part 13 of the

Federal Acquisition Regulation, except those for commercial items or

components.

* * * * *

252.203­7003 [Removed]

120. Section 252.203­7003 is removed.

252.204­7001 [Amended]

121. Section 252.204­7001 is amended by revising in the

introductory text the reference ``204.603­70'' to read ``204.602­70.''

122. Section 252.209­7000 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (b) to read as follows:

252.209­7000 Acquisition from subcontractors subject to on­site

inspection under the Intermediate­Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

* * * * *

(b) The Contractor shall incorporate this clause, including this

paragraph (b), in all solicitations and contracts exceeding the

simplified acquisition threshold in part 13 of the Federal

Acquisition Regulation, except those for commercial items.

252.209­7007 [Amended]

123. Section 252.209­7007 is redesignated as 252.209­7005; the

clause date is revised to read ``(NOV 1995)''; the title of paragraph

(a) is revised to read ``Definition''; and paragraph (b) is revised to

read as follows:

252.209­7005 Military recruiting on campus.

* * * * *

(b) General.

An institution of higher education that has been determined,

using procedures established by the Secretary of Defense to

implement section 558 of Pub. L. 103­337, (1) to have a policy of

denying, or (2) to prevent effectively the Secretary of Defense from

obtaining for military recruiting purposes, entry to their campuses,

access to students on campuses, or access to directory information

pertaining to students, is ineligible for contract award and

payments under existing contracts. In addition, the Government shall

terminate this contract for the Contractor's material failure to

comply with the terms and conditions of award.

* * * * *

252.210­7000 [Amended]

124. Sections 252.211­7000 through 252.211­7021 are removed and

Section 252.210­7000 is redesignated as 252.211­7003 and the

introductory text is revised to read ``As prescribed in 211.270­2, use

the following provision:''.

252.210­7001 [Amended]

125. Section 252.210­7001 is redesignated as 252.211­7001 and the

introductory text is revised to read ``As prescribed in 211.204(c), use

the following provision:''.

252.210­7002 [Amended]

126. Section 252.210­7002 is redesignated as 252.211­7002 and the

introductory text is revised to read ``As prescribed in 211.204(c), use

the following provision:''.

252.210­7003 [Amended]

127. Section 252.210­7003 is redesignated as 252.211­7000 and the

introductory text is revised to read ``As prescribed in 211.002­70, use

the following clause:''.

252.210­7004 [Amended]

128. Section 252.210­7004 is redesignated as 252.211­7004 and the

introductory text is revised to read ``As prescribed in 211.272, use

the following provision:''.

129­130. Sections 252.212­7000 and 252.212­7001 are added to read

as follows:

252.212­7000 Offeror representations and certifications­­Commercial

items.

As prescribed in 212.301(f)(iii), use the following provision:

OFFEROR REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS­­COMMERCIAL ITEMS

(NOV 1995)

(a) Definitions.

As used in this clause­­

(1) Foreign person means any person other than a United States

person as defined in Section 16(2) of the Export Administration Act

of 1979 (50 U.S.C. App. Sec. 2415).

(2) United States person is defined in Section 16(2) of the

Export Administration Act of 1979 and means any United States

resident or national (other than an individual resident outside the

United States and employed by other than a United States person),

any domestic concern (including any permanent domestic establishment

of any foreign concern), and any foreign subsidiary or affiliate

(including any permanent foreign establishment) of any domestic

concern which is controlled in fact by such domestic concern, as

determined under regulations of the President.

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(b) Certification.

By submitting this offer, the Offeror, if a foreign person,

company or entity, certifies that it­­

(1) Does not comply with the Secondary Arab Boycott of Israel;

and

(2) Is not taking or knowingly agreeing to take any action, with

respect to the Secondary Boycott of Israel by Arab countries, which

50 U.S.C. App. Sec. 2407(a) prohibits a United States person from

taking.

(c) Representation of Extent of Transportation by Sea. (This

representation does not apply to solicitations for the direct

purchase of ocean transportation services).

(1) The Offeror shall indicate by checking the appropriate blank

in paragraph (c)(2) of this provision whether transportation of

supplies by sea is anticipated under the resultant contract. The

term ``supplies'' is defined in the Transportation of Supplies by

Sea clause of this solicitation.

(2) Representation.

The Offeror represents that it­­

______Does anticipate that supplies will be transported by sea

in the performance of any contract or subcontract resulting from

this solicitation.

______ Does not anticipate that supplies will be transported by

sea in the performance of any contract or subcontract resulting from

this solicitation.

(3) Any contract resulting from this solicitation will include

the Transportation of Supplies by Sea clause. If the Offeror

represents that it will not use ocean transportation, the resulting

contract will also include the Defense Federal Acquisition

Regulation Supplement clause at 252.247­7024, Notification of

Transportation of Supplies by Sea.

(End of provision)

252.212­7001 Contract terms and conditions required to implement

statutes or Executive Orders applicable to Defense acquisitions of

commercial items.

As prescribed in 212.301(f)(iv), use the following clause:

CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT STATUTES OR

EXECUTIVE ORDERS APPLICABLE TO DEFENSE ACQUISITIONS OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS

(NOV 1995)

(a) The Contractor agrees to comply with the Defense Federal

Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clause 252.247­7023,

Transportation of Supplies by Sea, which is included in this

contract by reference to implement 10 U.S.C. 2631.

(b) The Contractor agrees to comply with any clause that is

checked on the following list of DFARS clauses which, if checked, is

included in this contract by reference to implement provisions of

law or Executive Orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial

items or components.

______ 252.205­7000 Provision of Information to Cooperative

Agreement Holders (10 U.S.C. 2416).

______ 252.206­7000 Domestic Source Restriction (10 U.S.C. 2304).

______ 252.219­7001 Notice of Partial Small Business Set­Aside with

Preferential Consideration for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns

(____ Alternate I) (Section 9004, Pub. L. 101­165 (10 U.S.C. 2301

(repealed) note)).

______ 252.219­7002 Notice of Small Disadvantaged Business Set­

Aside (____ Alternate I) (15 U.S.C. 644).

______ 252.219­7003 Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business

Subcontracting Plan (DoD Contracts) (15 U.S.C. 637).

______ 252.219­7005 Incentive for Subcontracting with Small

Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Historically Black

Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions (____ Alternate

I) (Section 9004, Pub. L. 101­165 (10 U.S.C. 2301 (repealed) note)).

______ 252.219­7006 Noice of Evaluation Preference for Small

Disadvantaged Business Concerns (____ Alternate I) (15 U.S.C. 644).

______ 252.225­7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payment Program

(41 U.S.C. 10, E.O. 10582).

______ 252.225­7007 Trade Agreements (10 U.S.C. 2501­2582).

______ 252.225­7012 Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities.

______ 252.225­7014 Preference for Domestic Speciality Metals (10

U.S.C. 2241 note).

______ 252.225­7015 Preference for Domestic Hand or Measuring Tools

(10 U.S.C. 2241 note).

______ 252.225­7017 Preference for United States and Canadian

Valves and Machine Tools (10 U.S.C. 2534(c)(2)).

______ 252.225­7027 Limitation on Sales Commissions and Fees (12

U.S.C. 2779).

______ 252.225­7028 Exclusionary Policies and Practices of Foreign

Governments (22 U.S.C. 2755).

______ 252.225­7029 Restriction on Acquisition of Air Circuit

Breakers (10 U.S.C. 2534(a)(3)).

______ 252.225­7036 North American Free Trade Agreement

Implementation Act.

______ 252.227­7015 Technical Data­­Commercial Items (10 U.S.C.

2320).

______ 252.227­7037 Validation of Restrictive Markings on Technical

Data (10 U.S.C. 2321).

______ 252.233­7000 Certification of Claims and Requests for

Adjustment or Relief (10 U.S.C. 2410).

______ 252.242­7002 Submission of Commercial Freight Bills for

Audit (31 U.S.C. 3726).

______ 252.247­7024 Notification of Transportation of Supplies by

Sea (10 U.S.C. 2631).

______ 252.249­7001 Notification of Substantial Impact on

Employment (10 U.S.C. 2501 note).

(End of clause)

252.215­7001 [Removed and Reserved]

131. Section 252.215­7001 is removed and reserved.

132. Section 252.217­7026 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and revising paragraph (3) of the table to read as

follows:

252.217­7026 Identification of sources of supply.

* * * * *

(b) * * *

(3) Use ``Y'' if the item is a commercial item; otherwise use

``N.'' If ``Y'' is listed, the Offeror need not complete the

remaining columns in the table.

* * * * *

133. Section 252.219­7003 is amended by revising the title; by

revising the clause date to read ``(NOV 1995)''; by revising the

introductory text of the clause and by revising in paragraph (b) the

word ``products'' to read ``items'' as follows:

252.219­7003 Small, small disadvantaged and women­owned small business

subcontracting plan (DoD contracts).

* * * * *

This clause supplements the Federal Acquisition Regulation

52.219­9, Small, Small Disadvantaged and Women­Owned Small Business

Subcontracting Plan, clause of this contract.

* * * * *

252.219­7005 [Amended]

134. Section 252.219­7005 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising in paragraph (d) the word

``products'' to read ``items.''

135. Section 252.223­7006, ALTERNATE I, is amended by revising the

date to read ``(NOV 1995)''; by revising in paragraph (c) the word

``material'' to read ``materials''; and by revising paragraph (d) to

read as follows:

252.223­7006 Prohibition on storage and disposal of toxic and

hazardous materials.

* * * * *

ALTERNATE I (NOV 1995)

* * * * *

(d) The Contractor shall include this clause, including this

paragraph (d), in each subcontract which requires, may require, or

permits a subcontractor to treat or dispose of non­DoD­owned toxic

or hazardous materials as defined in this clause.

136­137. Section 252.225­7012 is amended by revising the clause

date to read ``(NOV 1995)''; by removing the word ``or'' at the end of

paragraph (b)(2); by removing the period at the end of paragraph (b)(3)

and adding a semicolon and the word ``or'' in its place; and by adding

a new paragraph (b)(4) to read as follows:

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252.225­7012 Preference for certain domestic commodities.

* * * * *

(b) * * *

(4) To commercial items or components purchased from

subcontractors or suppliers.

138. Section 252.225­7014 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)''; by revising in paragraph (c)(2) the acronym

``FAR'' to read ``Federal Acquisition Regulation''; by removing the

word ``or'' at the end of paragraph (c)(2); by removing the period at

the end of paragraph (c)(3) and adding a semicolon and the word ``or''

in its place; and by adding a new paragraph (c)(4) to read as follows:

252.225­7014 Preference for domestic specialty metals.

* * * * *

(c) * * *

(4) The specialty metal is contained in a commercial item or

component purchased from subcontractors or suppliers.

* * * * *

139. Section 252.225­7016 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (b) to read as follows:

252.225­7016 Restriction on acquisition of antifriction bearings.

* * * * *

(b) The restriction in paragraph (a) does not apply to the

extent that the end items or components containing antifriction

bearings are commercial items. The commercial item exception does

not include items designed or developed under a Government contract

or contracts where the end item is bearings and bearing components.

* * * * *

140. Section 252.225­7026 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (c)(1) to read as

follows:

252.225­7026 Reporting of contract performance outside the United

States.

* * * * *

(c) * * *

(1) The Contractor shall include a clause substantially the same

as this one in all first­tier subcontracts exceeding $100,000,

except subcontracts for commercial items, construction, ores,

natural gases, utilities, petroleum products and crudes, timber

(logs), or subsistence.

* * * * *

252.225­7040 [Amended]

141. Section 252.225­7040 is amended by revising in the

introductory text the reference ``225.7004­5(c)'' to read ``225.7004­

6(c).''

142. Section 252.227­7013 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (k)(2) to read as

follows:

252.227­7013 Rights in technical data­­Noncommercial items.

* * * * *

(k) * * *

(1) * * *

(2) Whenever any technical data for noncommercial items is to be

obtained from a subcontractor or supplier for delivery to the

Government under this contract, the Contractor shall use this same

clause in the subcontract or other contractual instrument, and

require its subcontractors or suppliers to do so, without

alteration, except to identify the parties. No other clause shall be

used to enlarge or diminish the Government's, the Contractor's, or a

higher­tier subcontractor's or supplier's rights in a

subcontractor's or supplier's technical data.

* * * * *

143. Section 252.227­7015 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (a) to read as follows:

252.227­7015 Technical data­­Commercial items.

* * * * *

(a) Definitions.

As used in this clause:

(1) Commercial item does not include commercial computer

software.

(2) Form, fit, and function data means technical data that

describes the required overall physical, functional, and performance

characteristics (along with the qualification requirements, if

applicable) of an item, component, or process to the extent

necessary to permit identification of physically and functionally

interchangeable items.

(3) The term item includes components or processes.

(4) Technical data means recorded information, regardless of the

form or method of recording, of a scientific or technical nature

(including computer software documentation). The term does not

include computer software or data incidental to contract

administration, such as financial and/or management information.

* * * * *

252.227­7018 [Amended]

144. Section 252.227­7018 is amended in the title by revising the

word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation''; and by revising in the

clause title the word ``Innovative'' to read ``Innovation.''

145. Section 252.227­7037 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (l) to read as follows:

252.227­7037 Validation of restrictive markings on technical data.

* * * * *

(l) Flowdown.

The Contractor or subcontractor agrees to insert this clause in

contractual instruments with its subcontractors or suppliers at any

tier requiring the delivery of technical data, except contractual

instruments for commercial items or commercial components.

252.231­7001 [Removed]

146. Section 252.231­7001 is removed.

252.237­7020 [Removed and Reserved]

147. Section 252.237­7020 is removed and reserved.

252.237­7021 [Removed and Reserved]

148. Section 252.237­7021 is removed and reserved.

149. Section 252.239­7010 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)''; by revising paragraph (a) introductory text; and

by revising paragraph (b) to read as follows:

252.239­7010 Audit and records­­Common carriers.

* * * * *

(a) For the purpose of verifying the accuracy of the cost or

pricing data submitted under the Submission of Cost or Pricing

Data­­Common Carriers clause of this agreement/contract, the

Contracting Officer or authorized representative shall have the

right to examine the Contractor's records, the computations and

projections used, and other supporting data, as defined in 4.703(a)

of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, which will permit adequate

evaluation of the cost or pricing data. This right applies to cost

and pricing data which were available to the Contractor as of the

date of the certification and shall last­­

* * * * *

(b) The Contractor shall maintain records and other evidence,

and accounting procedures and practices, sufficient to show the

direct and indirect costs which were the basis for pricing the

communication service authorization.

* * * * *

252.242­7001 [Removed and Reserved]

150. Section 252.242­7001 is removed and reserved.

151. Section 252.247­7023 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' by revising paragraph (a)(5); and by revising

paragraph (g) to read as follows:

252.247­7023 Transportation of supplies by sea.

* * * * *

(a) * * *

(5) Subcontractor means a supplier, materialman, distributor, or

vendor at any level below the prime contractor whose contractual

obligation to perform results from, or is conditioned upon, award of

the prime contract and who is performing any part of the work or

other requirement of the prime contract. However, effective May 1,

1996, the term does not include a supplier, materialman,

distributor, or vendor of commercial items or commercial components.

* * * * *

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(g) The Contractor shall include this clause, including this

paragraph (g) in all subcontracts under this contract, which exceed

the simplified acquisition threshold in Part 13 of the Federal

Acquisition Regulation.

152. Section 252.247­7024 is amended by revising the clause date to

read ``(NOV 1995)'' and by revising paragraph (b) to read as follows:

252.247­7024 Notification of transportation of supplies by sea.

* * * * *

(b) The Contractor shall include this clause, including this

paragraph (b), revised as necessary to reflect the relationship of

the contracting parties, in all subcontracts hereunder, except

(effective May 1, 1996) subcontracts for the acquisition of

commercial items or components.

PART 253­­FORMS

153. Section 253.204­70 is revised to read as follows:

253.204­70 DD Form 350, Individual Contracting Action Report.

Policy on use of a DD Form 350 is in 204.670­2. This subsection

253.204­70 contains instructions for completion of Parts A through F of

the DD Form 350. Paragraph (g) of this subsection contains special

instructions for completing a DD Form 350 for an action of $25,000 or

less under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program.

(a) Part A of the DD Form 350.

Part A identifies the report and the reporting activity. Complete

all four blocks.

(1) BLOCK A1, TYPE OF REPORT.

Enter one of three codes.

(i) Code 0­Original.

Enter code 0 unless 1 or code 2 applies.

(ii) Code 1­Cancelling.

A cancelling action cancels an existing DD Form 350 in accordance

with departmental data collection point instructions.

(iii) Code 2­Correcting.

A correcting action corrects an existing DD Form 350 action in

accordance with departmental data collection point instructions.

(2) BLOCK A2, REPORT NO.

Enter the four digit local control number (see 204.670­3(a)(4)). If

Block A1 is coded 1 or 2, use the prior report number rather than a new

one.

(3) BLOCK A3, CONTRACTING OFFICE CODE.

Enter the code assigned the contracting office by the departmental

data collection point in 204.670­1(c).

(4) BLOCK A4, NAME OF CONTRACTING OFFICE.

Enter sufficient detail to establish the identity of the

contracting office.

(b) Part B of the DD Form 350.

Part B identifies the transaction.

(1) BLOCK B1, CONTRACT NUMBER.

(i) Enter­­

(A) The DoD contract number; or

(B) For orders under contracts awarded by other Federal agencies,

the contract number of that Federal agency as it appears in the

contractual instrument.

(ii) Do not leave spaces between characters, and do not enter

dashes, slants, or any other punctuation marks.

(iii) The DoD contract number is the basic (13 alphanumeric

character) procurement instrument identification number (PIIN) that was

assigned in accordance with 204.7001 or constructed under an exception

permitted by 204.7000. Do not enter any supplementary procurement

instrument numbers as part of the contract number (these go in Block

B2).

(2) BLOCK B2, MOD. ORDER OR OTHER ID NUMBER.

Enter the supplemental procurement identification number (if there

is one) that was assigned in accordance with 204.7004 or as permitted

by 204.7000. It can be up to 19 characters. Usually calls and orders

have a four­position number (see 204.7004­4) and modifications

(including modifications of calls or orders) have a six­position

modification number (see 704.7003 or 204.7004(b)).

(3) BLOCK B3, ACTION DATE.

(i) Enter the year, month, and day of the effective date for fiscal

obligation purposes. When contract actions are awarded contingent on

the availability of funds, enter the date funds are obligated.

(ii) Enter each segment as a two digit number. Use 01 through 12

for January through December. For example, enter January 2, 1999 as

990102.

(4) BLOCK B4, COMPLETION DATE.

(i) Enter the year, month, and day of the last contract delivery

date or the end of the performance period.

(ii) Enter each segment as a two digit number. Use 01 through 12

for January through December. For example, enter January 2, 1999 as

990102.

(5) BLOCK B5, CONTRACTOR IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION.

(i) Use data that relates to the contractor whose name and address

appears in the contract document (Block 7 of the SF 26, Award/Contract;

Block 8 of the SF 30, Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of

Contract; Block 15A of the SF 33, Solicitation, Offer and Award; or

Block 9 of the DD Form 1155, Order for Supplies or Services), except­­

(A) For contracts placed with the Small Business Administration

under Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act, use data that relates to

the company that will be performing the work.

(B) For orders placed against a contract awarded by another agency,

also use data that relates to the company that will be performing the

work.

(C) For Federal supply schedule orders, use data that applies to

the contractor whose name appears on the schedule (not the data for the

agent to whom orders may be sent).

(D) For contracts with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC),

use data for the appropriate CCC office, except as noted in Block B5B.

(ii) Block B5 has seven parts. Some of the parts may not apply to

the action being reported.

(A) BLOCK B5A, ESTABLISHMENT CODE.

Enter the contractor's 9­position contractor establishment code

(CEC). If CEC is not available within the contracting activity, use the

procedures at 204.7202­2 to obtain one.

(B) BLOCK B5B, CAGE CODE.

Enter the 5­position commercial and Government entity (CAGE) code

that identifies the contractor plant or establishment. If the CAGE code

is not already available in the contracting office and the apparent

awardee does not respond to the provision at 252.204­7001, Commercial

and Government Entity (CAGE) Code Reporting, use the procedures as

204.7202­1 to obtain one.

(C) BLOCK B5C, CONTRACTOR NAME AND DIVISION NAME.

Enter the contractor's name. Include its division name.

(D) BLOCK B5D, CONTRACTOR ADDRESS.

Enter the contractor's address. Include street address (and/or P.O.

Box), city/town, state/country, and ZIP code, if applicable. Do not

enter foreign postal codes.

(E) BLOCK B5E, TIN.

Enter the contractor's taxpayer identification number (see FAR

Subpart 4.9).

Leave Block B5E blank if the contractor is­­

(1) A nonresident alien, foreign corporation, or foreign

partnership that does not have income effectively connected with the

trade or business in the United States; and does not have an office or

place of business or a fiscal paying agent in the United States;

(2) An agency or instrumentality of a foreign government; or

(3) An agency or instrumentality of a Federal, State, or local

government.

(F) BLOCK B5F, PARENT TIN.

Enter the contractor's parent company (common parent) TIN (see FAR

4.9 and 52.204­3). If the contractor does not have a parent company or

the parent

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company meets the exemption for Block B5E, leave Block B5F blank.

(G) BLOCK B5G, PARENT NAME.

If a parent TIN is entered in Block B5F, enter in Block B5G the

name of the parent company (common parent). Leave Block B5G blank if

there is no parent company or the parent company is exempted from the

requirement to have a TIN.

(6) BLOCK B6, PRINCIPAL PLACE OF PERFORMANCE.

(i) The place, or places, where the contract will be performed may

be specified by the Government or listed by the contractor in response

to the solicitation provision at FAR 52.214­14, Place of Performance­­

Sealed Bidding, or FAR 52.215­20, Place of Performance. Use data for

the contractor's principal place of performance, which is generally

the­­

(A) Final assembly point for supply contracts with manufacturers.

(B) Dealer's location for supply contracts with regular dealers

(FAR 22.601) where shipment is made from stock.

(C) Subcontractor's location for supply contracts with regular

dealers (FAR 22.601) where shipment is made from a subcontractor's

plant.

(D) Actual construction site for construction contracts.

(E) Planned construction site for architect­engineer contracts.

(F) Place of mining for mined supplies.

(G) Place (including military installations) where a service is

performed for service contracts.

(ii) When there is more than one location for any of paragraphs

(i)(A) through (G) (e.g., more than one construction site), use the

location involving the largest dollar amount of the acquisition. Do not

show more than one location in Block B6.

(iii) If places of performance are too varied or not known, or if

commercial procedures were used, enter the contractor's home office

location.

(iv) Follow the instructions for each part of Block 6 which applies

to the action being reported.

(A) BLOCK B6A, CITY OR PLACE CODE.

(1) For places in the United States and outlying areas, enter the

numeric place code, which can be found in the Federal Information

Processing Standards (FIPS) Publication (PUB) 55­2, (``Guideline: Codes

for named Populated Places, Primary Country Divisions, and Other

Locational Entities of the United States and Outlying Areas''). Leave

Block B6A blank for places outside the United States and outlying

areas.

(2) If the city or locality is not listed, look in FIPS PUB 55­2

for the county code of the principal place of performance. Enter that

in Block B6A. Use 50000 for Washington, DC, with a State code of 11.

(3) Paragraph 5.2, Entry Selection With the Aid of the Class Code,

of FIPS PUB 55­2 will help in selecting the correct code. Sometimes, a

class code should be used in addition to a place code to accurately

identify the place of performance. Do not use place codes where the

first position of the class code is X or Z.

(B) BLOCK B6B, STATE OR COUNTRY CODE.

(1) For places in the United States and outlying areas, enter the

numeric State code, which can be found in FIPS PUB 55­2 or FIPS PUB 5­

2, Codes for the Identification of the States, the District of Columbia

and the Outlying Areas of the United States and Associated Areas.

(2) For places outside the United States and outlying areas, enter

the alpha country code from FIPS PUB 10­3, Countries, Dependencies,

Areas of Special Sovereignty, and Their Principal Administrative

Divisions.

(C) BLOCK B6C, CITY OR PLACE AND STATE OR COUNTRY NAME.

Enter the name of the principal place of performance. Do not leave

Block B6C blank.

(7) BLOCK B7, TYPE OBLIGATION.

Enter one of two codes.

(i) Code 1­­Obligation. Enter code 1 if the contracting action

obligates funds.

(ii) Code 2­­Deobligation. Enter code 2 if the contracting action

deobligates funds.

(8) BLOCK B8, TOTAL DOLLARS.

Enter the net amount of funds (whole dollars only) obligated or

deobligated by the contracting action. Do not leave Block B8 blank.

(9) BLOCK B9, FOREIGN MILITARY SALE.

Enter one of the two codes. If only part of the contracting action

is foreign military sale, separately report the parts (see 204.670­

6(c)).

(i) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y when the contracting action is under

a foreign military sales arrangement, or under any other arrangement

where a foreign country or international organization is bearing the

cost of the acquisition.

(ii) Code N­­No. Enter code N when code Y does not apply.

(10) BLOCK B10, MULTIYEAR CONTRACT.

Enter one of the two codes.

(i) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y when the contracting action is a

multiyear contract under FAR Subpart 17.1.

(ii) Code N­­No. Enter code N when code Y does not apply.

(11) BLOCK B11, TOTAL MULTIYEAR VALUE.

(i) Complete Block B11 if the contracting action is­­

(A) A multiyear contract (B10 is coded Y); and

(B) Either a new letter contract or a new definitive contract

(Block B13 is coded 1 or 3). Otherwise, leave Block B11 blank.

(ii) Enter the estimated multiyear contract value (whole dollars

only).

(12) BLOCK B12, PRINCIPAL PRODUCT OR SERVICE.

B12 contains five parts. Do not leave any blocks blank.

(i) BLOCK B12A, FSC or SVC CODE.

Enter the 4­character federal stock class or service code that

describes the contract effort. To find the code, look in Section 1 of

the Department of Defense (DoD) Procurement Coding Manual (MN02). There

are three categories of codes to choose from. In some cases, use a 4­

character code from a list of 4­character codes; in other cases,

construct a code using the instructions in the Manual. If more than one

category or code applies to the contract action, enter the one that

best identifies the product or service representing the largest dollar

value.

(A) Supplies. If the contracting action is for the purchase (not

lease or rental) of supplies, enter a federal supply classification

(FSC) code in Block B12A. FSC codes are all numeric. Look in Section 1,

Part C, of the DoD Procurement Coding Manual (MN02). The Department of

Defense Federal Supply Classification Cataloging Handbooks H2­1, H2­2,

and H2­3 may also help with the correct 4­character code.

(B) Services. If the contracting action is for services (except

research, development, test, and evaluation), construction, or lease or

rental of equipment or facilities, enter a service code in Block B12A.

(C) Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E). If the

contracting action is for RDT&E (as defined in FAR 35.001 and 235.001),

enter an RDT&E code in Block B12A. Look in Section 1, Part A of the DoD

Procurement Coding Manual (MN02). All RDT&E codes should begin with the

letter ``A''. Do not use an RDT&E code for­­

(1) Purchase, lease, or rental of equipment, supplies, or services

separately purchased in support of RDT&E work, even if RDT&E funds are

cited. Instead, use an FSC or Service code under the instructions in

paragraphs (i)(A) or (B).

(2) Orders under Federal supply schedule contracts. Instead use an

FSC or Service code under the instructions in paragraphs (i)(A) or (B).

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(ii) BLOCK B12B, DOD CLAIMANT PROGRAM CODE.

Enter a code that identifies the commodity described in Block B12E.

These codes are in Section III of the DoD Procurement Coding Manual

(MN02). If more than one code applies to the contracting action, enter

the one that best identifies the product or service representing the

largest dollar value. If the description in Block B12E is for­­

(A) Research and development (R&D), enter the code that best

represents the objective of the R&D. For example, if the objective of

the research and development is a guided missile, enter code A20. If

the R&D cannot be identified to any particular objective, enter code

S10.

(B) Ship repair, inspect and repair as necessary (IRAN),

modification of aircraft, overhaul of engines, or similar maintenance,

repair or modification services, enter the code that best identifies

the program.

(C) Equipment rental (including rental of automated data processing

equipment), enter code S10.

(D) Utility services, enter code S10.

(E) Services that cannot be identified to any listed program, enter

code S10.

(F) Supplies or equipment that cannot be identified to any listed

program, enter code C9E.

(iii) BLOCK B12C, PROGRAM, SYSTEM, OR EQUIPMENT CODE.

(A) Enter a code that describes the program, weapons system, or

equipment. These codes are in Section II of the DoD Procurement Coding

Manual (MN02). If there is no code that applies to the contracting

action, enter three zeros. If more than one code applies to the action,

enter the one that best identifies the product or service representing

the largest dollar value.

(B) If the contracting action is funded by the Ballistic Missile

Defense Organization, enter code CAA.

(C) If the contracting action supports environmental cleanup

programs, enter one of the codes listed in Section II of the DoD

Procurement Coding Manual (MN02) under the heading ``Description and

Use of Program Codes­­Environmental Cleanup Programs.''

(D) Defense Logistics Agency activities must use the code assigned

by the sponsoring Service.

(iv) BLOCK B12D, SIC CODE.

Enter the standard industrial classification (SIC) code for the

acquisition (as opposed to the SIC of the manufacturer or dealer). Use

the SIC code in effect at the time of award. These codes are in the OMB

Standard Industrial Classification Manual. If more than one code

applies to the contracting action, enter the one that best identifies

the product or service representing the largest dollar value.

(v) BLOCK B12E, NAME DESCRIPTION.

Enter the name or brief description of the commodity or service. If

the description is classified, enter only the word ``Classified.'' Do

not, however, use ``Classified'' when a code name (e.g., Minuteman,

Polaris, Trident, Pershing, etc.) or an identifying program number

(e.g., WS­107A) can be used.

(13) BLOCK B13, KIND OF CONTRACTING ACTION.

Enter one of the 16 codes.

(i) Code 1­­Initial Letter Contract. Enter code 1 when the

contracting action is a new letter contract. Do not use code 1 for a

letter modification to an existing contract­­use code A instead.

(ii) Code 2­­Definitive Contract Superseding Letter Contract. Enter

code 2 when the contracting action is the definitization of a letter

contract. Do not use code 2 for an action which is a definitization of

a letter modification­­use code A instead.

(iii) Code 3­­Definitive Contract. Enter code 3 when the

contracting action is the first binding document containing all the

terms and conditions. Code 3 also includes­­

(A) Definitive contract awards under the Small Business

Administration 8(a) program;

(B) Orders from the Procurement List with qualified nonprofit

agencies employing people who are blind or severely disabled;

(C) Notices of award;

(D) Funding actions which are initial obligations (but see Code C­­

Funding Action); and

(E) Lease or loan agreements.

(iv) Code 4­­Order Under a BOA. Enter code 4 when the contracting

action is an order or definitization of an order (not a modification of

an order). Examples include orders under a basic ordering agreement,

priced exhibit, or production list entered into by a DoD component (see

code 3 for actions which are not orders or modifications of orders).

Enter code 9 if the action is an order under a blanket purchase

agreement.

(v) Code 5­­Order Under DoD Contract. Enter code 5 when the

contracting action is­­

(A) An order (not a modification or definitization of an order)

against an indefinite delivery type contract;

(B) A job order, task order, or the like where firm obligations are

created by issuance of the order against a contract awarded by a DoD

component (not a modification or definitization of an order); or

(C) An order (not a modification of an order) placed against DoD

contracts with the Small Business Administration under the 8(a)

program.

(vi) Code 6­­Order/Modification Under Federal Schedule. Do not use

for GSA area contracts for utility services, use code 7 instead. Enter

code 6 if the contracting action is an order, or a modification of an

order, under­­

(A) Federal supply schedule, e.g., GSA, VA, or OPM, contract (FAR

8.401); or

(B) GSA ADP schedule contract.

(vii) Code 7­­Order Under Another Agency's Contract. Enter code 7

if the contracting action is an order, or a modification of an order

other than those in code 6, under a contract awarded by another Federal

agency or Government corporation. Include GSA area contracts for

utility services (FAR 8.301). Do not use code 7 if the Federal agency

or Government corporation is the contractor (i.e., is doing the work)­­

use code 8 instead.

(viii) Code 8­­Action With Another Federal Agency. Enter code 8 if

the contracting action is an action, or a modification of an action,

placed directly with another Federal agency or Government corporation

(e.g., Government Printing Office, Federal Printing Office, Federal

Prison Industries (UNICOR), Tennessee Valley Authority, or the

Department of Treasury, Agriculture or Energy) where the Federal agency

or Government corporation is acting as the contractor (i.e., doing the

work).

(ix) Code 9­­Purchase/Modification Using Simplified Acquisition

Procedures. Enter code 9 if the contracting action, including actions

in a designated industry group under the Small Business Competitiveness

Demonstration Program (FAR subpart 19.10), is an award or a

modification of an award pursuant to FAR part 13.

(x) Code A­­Additional Work (new agreement). Enter code A when the

contracting action is a bilateral supplemental agreement which­­

(A) Adds work to an existing contract (including a letter

contract); and

(B) Requires a justification and approval (J&A), except see FAR

6.302­4(c) and 6.302­5(c)(2)(ii).

(xi) Code B­­Additional Work (other). Enter code B when the

contracting action is a modification of an existing contract (including

a letter contract) which is not covered by code A or by codes C through

F. Code B includes actions which­­

(A) Exercise an option;

(B) Initiate an incremental yearly buy under a multiyear contract;

and

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(C) Amend a letter or other contract to add work that does not

require a J&A.

(xii) Code C­­Funding Action. Enter code C when the contracting

action is a modification (to a letter or other contract) for the sole

purpose of obligating or deobligating funds.

(A) This includes­­

(1) Incremental funding (other than incremental yearly buys under

multiyear contracts which are code B);

(2) Increases to the estimated cost on cost­reimbursement

contracts;

(3) Repricing actions covering incentive price revisions; and

(4) Economic price adjustments.

(B) This does not include modifications that have the initial

citation and obligation of funds for a contract or modification awarded

in one fiscal year but not effective until a subsequent fiscal year.

Code these­­

(1) 3­­definitive contract, if they are the initial obligation for

the acquisition, or

(2) A or B­­additional work, if they are the initial obligation for

the modification.

(xiii) Code D­­Change Order. Enter code D when the contracting

action is a change order issued under the ``Changes,'' ``Differing Site

Conditions,'' or other similar clauses in existing contracts.

(xiv) Code E­­Termination for Default. Enter code E if the

contracting action is a modification which terminates all or part of

the contract for default.

(xv) Code F­­Termination for Convenience. Enter code F if the

contracting action is a modification which terminates all or part of

the contract for convenience.

(xvi) Code G­­Cancellation. Enter code G if the contracting action

is a modification which cancels the contract. Do not use code G to

cancel a prior DD Form 350­­see Block A1.

(c) Part C of the DD Form 350.

(1) Part C gathers data concerning contracting procedures, use of

competition, financing, and statutory requirements other than

socieconomic (which are in Part D).

(2) Do not complete Part C if the contracting action is­­

(i) A foreign military sale, i.e., Block B9 (Foreign Military Sale)

is coded Y (Yes); or

(ii) An action with another Federal agency, i.e., Block B13 (Kind

of Contracting Action) is coded 8 (Action With Another Federal Agency).

(3) In completing Part C, the codes to be used describe either the

contracting action being reported or the original contract, depending

on the codes reported for ``Kind of Contracting Action'' in Block B13.

The following chart provides overall instructions. There are some

exceptions for various Part C blocks. These are listed at the beginning

of the instructions for the block.

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If block B13 is Then code the blocks

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ in part C with

Code Title reference to

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1....................... Initial Letter Action being reported.

Contract.

2....................... Definitive Contract Action being reported.

Superseding Letter

Contract.

3....................... Definitive Contract... Action being reported.

4....................... Order Under DoD Action being reported.

Agreement.

5....................... Order Under DoD Original contract.<SUP>1

Contract.

6....................... Order/Modification Action being reported

Under Federal Supply (but see Blocks C3,

Schedule. C6, C7, C11, and

C13).

7....................... Order Under Another Original contract

Agency's Contract. (information provided

by other agency) (but

see Blocks C4, C6,

C11, C12, and C13).

8....................... Action With Another Leave all of Part C

Federal Agency. blank.

9....................... Purchase/Modification Action being reported.

Using Simplified

Acquisition

Procedures.

A....................... Additional Work (new Action being reported.

agreement).

B....................... Additional Work Original contract (but

(other). see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

C....................... Funding Action........ Original contract (but

see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

D....................... Change Order.......... Original contract (but

see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

E....................... Termination for Original contract (but

Default. see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

F....................... Termination for Original contract (but

Convenience. see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

G....................... Cancellation.......... Original contract (but

see Blocks C6 and

C7).<SUP>1

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<SUP>1 If there are no codes for the original contract because a DD Form 350

was not required at the time, the original action is no longer

available, the definition of the original code has changed, or a data

element has been added to the system after the original contract

report, then use codes that best describe the original contracting

action.

(4) Complete Part C blocks as follows­­

(i) BLOCK C1, SYNOPSIS.

Enter one of the two codes.

(A) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if a synopsis of the proposed action

was prepared and transmitted to the Commerce Business Daily in

accordance with FAR Subpart 5.2.

(B) Code N­­No. Enter code N if a synopsis was not prepared.

(ii) BLOCK C2, REASON NOT SYNOPSIZED.

Enter one of the two codes if Block C1 is ``N.'' Otherwise, leave

Block C2 blank.

(A) Code A­­Urgency. Enter code A if the action was not synopsized

due to urgency (see FAR 6.302­2).

(B) Code B­­Other than Urgency. Enter code B if the action was not

synopsized due to some other reason.

(iii) BLOCK C3, EXTENT COMPETED.

Enter one of the four codes. As an exception to the chart in

paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 6, enter

code A in Block C3.

(A) Code A­­Competed Action. Enter code A when­­

(1) The contracting action is an action under a Federal supply

schedule contract (Block B13 is coded 6).

(2) Competitive procedures were used to fulfill the requirement for

full and open competition (FAR subpart 6.1).

(3) Full and open competition procedures after exclusion of sources

were used in order to establish/maintain alternative sources, to set

aside an acquisition for small business, or to compete Section 8(a)

awards (FAR subpart 6.2).

(4) Statutory authorities for other than full and open competition

were used

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(FAR subpart 6.3) and more than one offer was received (if only one

offer was received, use code D).

(5) Contracting action resulted from a contract awarded prior to

the Competition in Contracting Act that used two­step sealed bidding or

other sealed bidding, or that was negotiated competitively.

(6) Simplified acquisition procedures were used and competition was

obtained.

(B) Code B­­Not Available for Competition. Enter code B for­­

(1) Awards for utilities or utility systems, excluding long

distance telecommunications services, when only one supplier can

furnish the service (FAR 6.302­1(b)(3)).

(2) Brand name commercial products for authorized resale.

(3) Acquisitions authorized or required by statute to be awarded to

a specific source pursuant to FAR 6.302­5(b) (2) or (4), e.g.,

qualified nonprofit agencies employing people who are blind or severely

disabled (FAR subpart 8.7) or 8(a) program (FAR subpart 19.8).

(4) International agreements.

(5) Other contract actions where the Director of Defense

Procurement has determined that there is no opportunity for

competition.

(Note: Even though Part C is not completed for foreign military

sales or actions with another Federal agency, the database will

automatically include these actions in the category of not available

for competition.)

(C) Code C­­Follow­on to Competed Action. Enter code C when the

action pertains to an acquisition placed with a particular contractor

to continue or augment a specific competed program where such placement

was necessitated by prior acquisition decisions.

(D) Code D­­Not Competed. Enter code D when codes A, B, or C do not

apply.

(iv) BLOCK C4, SEA TRANSPORTATION.

Enter one of the three codes. As an exception to the chart in

paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 7, leave

Block C4 blank.

(A) Code Y­­Yes­­Positive Response to 252.247­7022. Enter code Y

when the contractor's response to the provision at 252.247­7022,

Representation of Extent of Transportation by Sea, or 252.212­

7000(c)(2), Offeror Representations and Certifications­­Commercial

Items, indicates the contractor anticipates that some of the supplies

being provided may be transported by sea.

(B) Code N­­No­­Negative Response to 252.247­7022 or 252.212­

7000(c)(2). Enter code N when the contractor's response to the

provision at 252.247­7022 or 252.212­7000(c)(2) indicates that the

contractor anticipates that none of the supplies being provided will be

transported by sea.

(C) Code U­­Unknown­­No Response or Provision Not Included in

Solicitation. Enter code U when the contractor did not complete the

representation at 252.247­7022 or 252.212­7000(c)(2) or the

solicitation did not include it.

(v) BLOCK C5, TYPE OF CONTRACT.

(A) If the action is a letter contract, including modifications and

amendments to letter contracts, enter the code that describes the

anticipated type of contract the letter contract will become when it is

definitized.

(B) If there is more than one type of contract involved in the

contracting action, enter the code that matches the type with the most

dollars. If the type with the least dollars exceeds $500,000, fill out

separate DD Forms 350 (with different report numbers) for each type.

(C) Enter one of the 11 codes­­

(1) Code A­­Fixed Price Redetermination.

(2) Code J­­Firm Fixed Price.

(3) Code K­­Fixed Price Economic Price Adjustment.

(4) Code L­­Fixed Price Incentive.

(5) Code R­­Cost Plus Award Fee.

(6) Code S­­Cost Contract.

(7) Code T­­Cost Sharing.

(8) Code U­­Cost Plus Fixed Fee.

(9) Code V­­Cost Plus Incentive Fee.

(10) Code Y­­Time and Materials.

(11) Code Z­­Labor Hour.

(vi) BLOCK C6, NUMBER OF OFFERORS SOLICITED.

Leave Block C6 blank if the original contract resulted from a

solicitation issued before April 1, 1985 (i.e., before the effective

date of the Competition in Contracting Act). As an exception to the

chart in paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection­­

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If block B13 is coded Then

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6......................................... Enter code 2 in Block C6.

7......................................... Leave Block C6 blank.

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If not an exception, enter,

(A) Code 1­­One. Enter code 1 if only one offeror was solicited.

(B) Code 2­­More than one. Enter code 2 if more than one offeror

was solicited.

(vii) BLOCK C7, NUMBER OF OFFERS RECEIVED.

Leave Block C7 blank if the original contract resulted from a

solicitation issued before April 1, 1985 (i.e., before the effective

date of the Competition in Contracting Act). As an exception to the

chart in paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection­­

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If block B13 is coded Then

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6......................................... Enter code 2 in Block C7.

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If not an exception, enter­­

(A) Code 1­­One. Enter code 1 if only one offer was received.

(B) Code 2­­More than one. Enter code 2 if more than one offer was

received. If code 2 is entered, complete Block E4.

(viii) BLOCK C8, SOLICITATION PROCEDURES.

(A) Leave Block C8 blank if­­

(1) The original contract resulted from a solicitation issued

before April 1, 1985 (i.e., before the effective date of the

Competition in Contracting Act); or

(2) The action is pursuant to simplified acquisition procedures

(Block B13 is coded 9).

(B) If the action is an order/modification under a Federal Supply

Schedule (Block B13 is coded 6), use code B for single award schedules

and code F for multiple award schedules.

(C) Otherwise, enter one of the following codes­­

(1) Code A­­Full and Open Competition­­Sealed Bid. Enter code A if

the action resulted from an award pursuant to FAR 6.102(a).

(2) Code B­­Full and Open Competition­­Competitive Proposal. Enter

code B if the action resulted from an award pursuant to FAR 6.102(b).

(3) Code C­­Full and Open Competition­­Combination. Enter code C if

the action resulted from an award using a combination of competitive

procedures (e.g., two­step sealed bidding) pursuant to FAR 6.102(c).

(4) Code D­­Architect­Engineer. Enter code D if the action resulted

from selection of sources for architect­engineer contracts pursuant to

FAR 6.102(d)(1).

(5) Code E­­Basic Research. Enter code E if the action resulted

from competitive selection of basic research proposals pursuant to FAR

6.102(d)(2).

(6) Code F­­Multiple Award Schedule. Enter code F if the action is

an award of a multiple award schedule pursuant to FAR 6.102(d)(3) or an

order against such a schedule.

(7) Code G­­Alternative Sources. Enter code G if the action

resulted from use of competitive procedures but excluded a particular

source pursuant to FAR 6.202(a).

(8) Code K­­Set Aside. Enter code K if the action resulted from

any­­

(i) Set­aside for small business concerns (see FAR 6.203) including

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small business innovation research (SBIR) actions and awards to

qualified nonprofit agencies employing people who are blind or severely

disabled which were participating in a set­aside for small business

concerns (see FAR 19.501(h)).

(ii) Set­aside for small disadvantaged business concerns (see

206.203).

(iii) Total or partial set­asides (including portions of broad

agency announcements (BAAs)) for historically black colleges and

universities or minority institutions (see 206.203 and 235.016).

(iv) Competition among section 8(a) firms under FAR 19.805 (report

noncompetitive 8(a) awards as code N).

(9) Code M­­Otherwise Authorized by Statute. Enter code M if using

contracting procedures that are expressly authorized by statute and not

addressed in FAR 6.302­5 (see FAR 6.001(b)). Do not use code M for

statutes addressed in FAR 6.302­5; instead use code N and enter code 5A

in Block C9.

(10) Code N­­Other Than Full and Open Competition. Enter code N if

the action resulted from use of other than full and open competition

pursuant to FAR subpart 6.3. This includes awards to qualified

nonprofit agencies employing people who are blind or severely disabled

(see FAR subpart 8.7) or noncompetitive awards to the Small Business

Administration under Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act (see FAR

6.302­5(b)).

(ix) BLOCK C9, AUTHORITY FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION.

(A) Leave Block C9 blank if the original contract resulted from a

solicitation issued before April 1, 1985 (i.e., before the effective

date of the Competition in Contracting Act).

(B) Enter one of the following codes if Block C8 is coded ``N.''

Otherwise, leave Block C9 blank.

(1) Code 1A­­Unique Source. Enter code 1A if the action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(b)(1).

(2) Code 1B­­Follow­on Contract. Enter code 1B if the action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(a)(2) (ii) or (iii).

(3) Code 1C­­Unsolicited Research Prop. Enter code 1C if the action

was justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(a)(2)(i).

(4) Code 1D­­Patent/Data Rights. Enter code 1D if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(b)(2).

(5) Code 1E­­Utilities. Enter code 1E if action was justified

pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(b)(3).

(6) Code 1F­­Standardization. Enter code 1F if action was justified

pursuant to FAR 6.302­1(b)(4).

(7) Code 1G­­Only One Source­­Other. Enter code 1G if the action

was justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­1 in a situation other than the

examples cited in code 1A through 1F.

(8) Code 2A­­Urgency. Enter code 2A if action was justified

pursuant to FAR 6.302­2.

(9) Code 3A­­Particular Sources. Enter code 3A if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­3(a)(2)(i).

(10) Code 4A­­International Agreement. Enter code 4A if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­4.

(11) Code 5A­­Authorized by Statute. Enter code 5A if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­5(a)(2)(i).

(12) Code 5B­­Authorized Resale. Enter code 5B if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­5(a)(2)(ii).

(13) Code 6A­­National Security. Enter code 6A if action was

justified pursuant to FAR 6.302­6.

(14) Code 7A­­Public Interest. Enter code 7A if action was taken

pursuant to FAR 6.302­7.

(x) BLOCK C10, SUBJECT TO LABOR STANDARDS STATUTES.

Enter one of the following codes. As an exception to the chart in

paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 6, leave

Block C10 blank.

(A) Code A­­Walsh­Healey Act. Enter code A when the contracting

action is subject to the provisions of FAR subpart 22.6.

(B) Code C­­Service Contract Act. Enter code C when the contracting

action is subject to the provisions of the Service Contract Act (see

FAR part 37).

(C) Code D­­Davis­Bacon Act. Enter code D when the contracting

action is subject to the Davis­Bacon Act (see FAR 22.403­1).

(D) Code Z­­Not Subject to Above. Enter code Z when the contracting

action is not subject to any of the statutory requirements in

paragraphs (A) through (C).

(xi) BLOCK C11, CERTIFIED COST OF PRICING DATA.

Enter one of the three codes. As an exception to the chart in

paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 6 or 7,

leave Block C11 blank.

(A) Code Y­­Yes­­Obtained. Enter code Y when certified cost or

pricing data were obtained for the contracting action (see FAR 15.804­

2).

(B) Code N­­No­­Not Obtained. Enter code N when certified cost or

pricing data were not obtained because data were not required (see FAR

15.804­2) or an exemption was granted (see FAR 15.804­3(a)­(g)).

(C) Code W­­Not Obtained­­Waived. Enter code W when certified cost

or pricing data were not obtained because the requirement was waived

(See FAR 15.804­3(i) and DFARS 215.804­3(i)).

(xii) BLOCK C12, CONTRACT FINANCING.

Enter one of the five codes identifying whether or not progress

payments (PP) or advance payments (AP) were used. As an exception to

the chart in paragraph (c)(3) of this subsection, when Block B13 is

coded 7, enter the code for the action being reported.

(A) Code A­­FAR Clause 52.232­16. Enter code A if the contracting

action contains the clause at FAR 52.232­16, Progress Payments.

(B) Code B­DFARS Clause 252.232­7003. Enter code B if the

contracting action contains the clause at 252.232­7003, Flexible

Progress Payments.

(C) Code C­­Percentage of Completion PP. Enter code C if the

contracting action provides for progress payments based on percentage

or stage of completion, which is only permitted on contracts for

construction, for shipbuilding, or for ship conversion, alteration, or

repair (see 232.102(e)(2)).

(D) Code D­­Unusual PP or AP. Enter code D if the action provides

unusual progress payments or advance payments (see FAR Subpart 32.4 and

32.501­2).

(E) Code Z­­None of the Above. Enter code Z if codes A through D do

not apply.

(xiii) BLOCK C13, FOREIGN TRADE DATA.

(A) The term ``United States'' (U.S.), as used in Block C13

excludes the Trust Territory of Palau (see 204.670­1 for definition of

United States and outlying areas).

(B) As an exception to the chart in paragraph (c)(3) of this

subsection

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If block B13 is coded Then

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6......................................... Enter the code for the

action being reported but

leave Block C13C blank

7......................................... Enter the code for the

original contract, but

leave Block C13C blank.

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(C) BLOCK C13A, NUMBER OF OFFERORS.

Enter the number of offers of foreign end products as defined in

FAR Part 25 or services performed by foreign concerns. If zero, enter

0; if 9 or greater than 9, enter 9.

(D) BLOCK C13B, BUY AMERICAN ACT PERCENT DIFFERENCE.

(1) If the contracting action is with a firm offering a domestic

end product, and award to the firm resulted from use of the evaluation

factor under the Buy American Act (225.105­70), enter the percent

difference between the award

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price and the lowest price for a foreign end product. Compute the

percent as follows:

The award price (AP) minus the lowest price for a foreign end

product (LPFEP) divided by the lowest price for a foreign end

product (LPFEP) times 100 equals the Buy American Act percent

difference (BAAPD); or expressed mathematically:

<GRAPHIC><TIFF>TR30NO95.000

(2) Enter the percentage as a two position whole number (e.g., for

5%, enter 05; for 11%, enter 11).

(3) Enter two zeroes (00) if the evaluation factor was not used.

(E) BLOCK C13C, PLACE OF MANUFACTURE.

Complete Block C13C only if the contracting action is for a foreign

end product or a service provided by a foreign concern. Otherwise,

leave Block C13C blank.

(1) Code A­­U.S. Enter code A if the contracting action is for­­

(i) A foreign end product that is manufactured in the United States

but still determined to be foreign because 50 percent or more of the

cost of its components is not mined, produced, or manufactured inside

the United States or inside qualifying countries; or

(ii) Services performed in the United States by a foreign concern.

(2) Code B­­Foreign. Enter code B if the contracting action is

for­­

(i) Any other foreign end product; or

(ii) Services performed outside the United States by a foreign

concern.

(F) BLOCK C13D, COUNTRY OF ORIGIN CODE.

(1) Complete Block C13D only if Block C13C is coded A or B.

Otherwise, leave Block C13D blank.

(2) Enter the code for FIPS PUB 10­3 (Countries, Dependencies,

Areas of Special Sovereignty, and Their Principal Administrative

Divisions) that identifies the country where the foreign product is

coming from or the foreign company providing the services is located.

If more than one foreign country is involved, enter the code of the

foreign country with the largest dollar value.

(d) Part D of the DD Form 350.

(1) Part D gathers data on the various socioeconomic programs that

apply to defense acquisitions.

(2) Do NOT complete Part D if the contracting action is a:

(i) Foreign military sale, i.e., Block B9 (Foreign Military Sale)

is coded Y (Yes);

(ii) Order/modification under a Federal supply schedule, i.e., Item

B13 (Kind of Contracting Action) is coded 6 (Order/Modification Under

Federal Supply Schedule); or

(iii) Action with another Federal agency, i.e., Item B13 (Kind of

Contracting Action) is coded 8 (Action With Another Federal Agency).

(3) Determine the status of the concern (e.g., size and ownership),

by referring to FAR part 19/DFARS part 219.

(4) In completing Part D, the codes to be used describe either the

contracting action being reported or the original contract depending on

the codes reported in B13 (Kind of Contracting Action). The following

chart provides overall instructions. There are some exceptions for

various Part D Blocks. The exceptions are listed at the beginning of

the instructions for the individual blocks.

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If block B13 is

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Then use the block D

Code Title for the

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1....................... Initial Letter Action being reported.

Contract.

2....................... Definitive Contract Action being reported.

Superseding Letter

Contract.

3....................... Definitive Contract... Action being reported.

4....................... Order Under DoD Action being reported.

Agreement.

5....................... Order Under DoD Original contract.\1\

Contract.

6....................... Order/Modification Leave all of Part D

Under Federal Supply blank.

Schedule.

7....................... Order Under Another Original contract

Agency's Contract. (obtain from other

agency, but see

Blocks D2, D3, D4,

D7, and D9).\1\

8....................... Action With Another Leave all of Part D

Federal Agency. blank.

9....................... Purchase/Modification Action being reported.

Using Simplified

Acquisition

Procedures.

A....................... Additional Work (new Action being reported.

agreement).

B....................... Additional Work Original contract (but

(other). see Block D9).\1\

C....................... Funding Action........ Original contract (but

see Block D).\1\

D....................... Change Order.......... Original contract (but

see Block D9).\1\

E....................... Termination for Original contract (but

Default. see Block D9).\1\

F....................... Termination for Original contract (but

Convenience. see Block D9).\1\

G....................... Cancellation.......... Original contract (but

see Block D9).\1\

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\1\ If there are no codes for the original contract because a DD Form

350 was not required at the time, the original action is no longer

available, the definition of the original code has changed, or a data

element has been added to the system after the original contract

report, then use codes that best describe the original contracting

action.

(5) Complete Part D blocks as follows­­

(i) BLOCK D1, TYPE OF BUSINESS.

Enter one of the ten codes.

(A) Code A­­Small Disadvantaged Business Performing in U.S. Enter

code A if the contractor is an SDB concern as defined in 219.001 and

the place of performance is within the United States and outlying

areas.

(B) Code B­­Other Small Business Performing in U.S. Enter code B if

the contractor is a small business concern as defined in FAR 19.001,

other than a small disadvantaged business concern, and the place of

performance is within the United States and outlying areas.

(C) Code C­­Large Business Performing in U.S. Enter code C if the

contractor is a domestic large business concern, and the place of

performance is within the United States and outlying areas.

(D) Code D­­Nonprofit Agency Employing People Who Are Blind or

Severely Disabled. Enter code D if the contractor is a qualified

nonprofit agency employing people who are blind or severely disabled

(FAR 8.701), and the place of performance is within the United States

and outlying areas.

(E) Code F­­Hospital. Enter code F if the contractor is a hospital,

and the place of performance is within the United States and outlying

areas.

(F) Code L­­Foreign Concern/Entity. Enter code L if the contractor

is a foreign concern, the Canadian Commercial Corporation, or a non­

U.S. chartered nonprofit institution.

(G) Code M­­Domestic Firm Performing Outside U.S. Enter code M if

the contractor is a domestic concern or

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a domestic nonprofit institution and the place of performance is

outside the United States and outlying areas.

(H) Code N­­Historically Black Colleges and Universities or

Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI). Enter code N if the contractor is an

HBCU/MI as defined at 252.226­7000 and the place of performance is

within the United States and outlying areas.

(I) Code P­­Other Educational. Enter code P if the contractor is an

educational institution which does not qualify as an HBCU/MI, and the

place of performance is within the United States and outlying areas.

(J) Code Z­­Other Nonprofit. Enter code Z if the contractor is a

nonprofit institution (defined in FAR 31.701) which does not meet any

of the criteria in codes A through I and the place of performance is in

the United States and outlying areas.

(ii) BLOCK D2, REASON NOT AWARDED TO SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS

(SDB).

Enter one of the five codes when Block D1 is coded B or C.

Otherwise leave D2 blank. As an exception to the chart in paragraph

(d)(4) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 7, enter code Z in

Block D2.

(A) Code A­­No Known SDB Source. Enter code A when applicable.

(B) Code B­­SDB Not Solicited. Enter code B when there was a known

SDB source but it was not solicited.

(C) Code C­­SDB Solicited No Offer. Enter code C when an SDB was

solicited but it did not submit an offer or its offer was not

sufficient to cover the total quantity requirement so it received a

separate award for the quantity offered.

(D) Code D­­SDB Solicited Offer Not Low. Enter code D when an SDB

offer was not the low offer or an SDB was not willing to accept award

of a partial small business set­aside portion of an action at the price

offered.

(E) Code Z­­Other Reason. Enter code Z when an SDB did not receive

the award for any other reason.

(iii) BLOCK D3, REASON NOT AWARDED TO SMALL BUSINESS (SB).

Enter one of the five codes when Block D1 is coded C. Otherwise

leave D3 blank. (The term ``Small Business'' includes small

disadvantaged businesses.) As an exception to the chart in paragraph

(d)(4) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 7, enter code Z in

Block D3.

(A) Code A­­No Known SB Source. Enter code A when applicable.

(B) Code B­­SB Not Solicited. Enter code B when there was a known

small business source but it was not solicited.

(C) Code SB Solicited No Offer. Enter code C when a small business

concern was solicited but it did not submit an offer or its offer was

not sufficient to cover the total quantity requirement so it received a

separate award for the quantity offered.

(D) Code D­­SB Solicited Offer Not Low. Enter code D when a small

business offer was not the low or most advantageous offer or a small

business concern was not wiling to accept award of a set­aside portion

of an action at the price offered by the Government.

(E) Code Z­­Other Reason. Enter code Z when a small business did

not receive the award for any other reason.

(iv) BLOCK D4, PREFERENCE PROGRAM.

As an exception to the chart in paragraph (d)(4) of this

subsection, when Block B13 is coded 7, enter the code describing the

action being reported for Block D4C; and leave Block D4E blank.

(A) BLOCK D4A, TYPE OF SB SET­ASIDE.

Enter one of the six available codes.

(1) Code A­­None. Enter code A if there was no small business set­

aside (FAR 19.502). Note that set­asides for historically black

colleges and universities and minority institutions (HBCUs/MIs) are not

small business set­asides. Use code A for HBCU/MI set­asides and

complete Block D4C.

(2) Code B­­Total SB Set­Aside. Enter code B if the action was a

total set­aside for small business (FAR 19.502­2), including actions

reserved exclusively for small business concerns pursuant to FAR

13.105, or if the action resulted from the Small Business Innovation

Research Program.

(3) Code C­­Partial SB Set­Aside. Enter code C if the action was a

partial set­aside for small business (219.502­3).

(4) Code D­­Reserved.

(5) Code E­­Total SDB Set­Aside. Enter code E if the action was a

total set­aside for small disadvantaged businesses (219.502­2­70).

(6) Code Y­­Small Emerging Business Set­Aside. Enter code Y if the

action is an emerging small business set­aside within a designated

industry group under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration

Program (see FAR subparts 19.10 and 204.670­9).

(7) Code Z­­Small Business Set­Aside Using Simplified Acquisition

Procedures. Enter code Z if the action is reserved exclusively for

small business concerns pursuant to FAR 13.105 and is in a designated

industry group under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration

Program (204.670­9).

(B) BLOCK D4B, TYPE OF SDB SET­ASIDE/SDB PREFERENCE.

Enter one of the five codes, even if Block D4A is coded E.

(1) Code A­­None. Enter code A if no SDB preference was given or

award was not to an SDB.

(2) Code B­­Section 8(a). Enter code B if the contract was awarded

to the Small Business Administration (SBA) under Section 8(a) of the

Small Business Act (FAR 19.8).

(3) Code C­­Total SDB Set­Aside. Enter code C if the action was an

SDB set­aside (219.502­2­70) and award was to an SDB.

(4) Code D­­SDB Evaluation Preference­­Unrestricted. Enter code D

if the action was unrestricted but an SDB received an award as a result

of an evaluation preference (219.70).

(5) Code E­­SDB Preferential Consideration­­Partial SB Set­Aside.

Enter code E if the action was a partial set­aside for small business

and preferential consideration resulted in an award to an SDB (219.502­

3).

(C) BLOCK D4C, HBCU/MI SET­ASIDE.

Enter one of the three codes.

(1) Code A­­None. Enter code A if the action was not set­aside for

HBCUs or MIs.

(2) Code B­­HBCU or MI­­Total Set­Aside. Enter code B if the action

was a total set­aside for HBCUs and MIs (226.7003).

Code C­­HBCU or MI­­Partial Set­Aside. Enter code C if the action

was a partial set­aside for HBCUs or MIs under a broad agency

announcement (235.016).

(D) BLOCK D4D, OTHER PREFERENCE PROGRAM.

Enter either code A or B.

(1) Code A­­None. Enter code A if no other preference program

applied.

(2) Code B­­Directed to NIB/NISH. Enter code B for an action with a

qualified nonprofit agency employing people who are blind or severely

disabled for an item on the Procurement List which was awarded under

FAR subpart 8.7.

(E) BLOCK D4E, PREMIUM PERCENT.

(1) Complete Block D4E if Block D4B is coded C, D, or E, or Block

D4C is coded B or C.

(2) Calculate the premium percentage per 219.202­5 and enter it as

a three­digit number rounded to the nearest tenth, e.g., enter 7.55% as

076. If no premium was paid, enter three zeros (000).

(3) Otherwise leave blank.

(v) BLOCK D5, ETHNIC GROUP.

(A) Complete Block D5 if the action is with an SDB. Otherwise leave

it blank.

(B) Enter the code from the following list which corresponds to the

ethnic

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group marked by the contractor in the solicitation provision at

252.219­7000 (Small Disadvantaged Business Concern Representation (DoD

Contracts)).

(1) Code A­­Asian­Indian American.

(2) Code B­­Asian­Pacific American.

(3) Code C­­Black American.

(4) Code D­­Hispanic American.

(5) Code E­­Native American.

(6) Code F­­Other SDB certified/determined by SBA.

(7) Code Z­­No representation.

(vi) BLOCK D6, WOMEN­OWNED BUSINESS.

Enter one of the following codes.

(A) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if the response to FAR 52.204­5 or

52.212­3(c) (Women­Owned Business Representation) indicates that it is

a women­owned business.

(B) Code N­­No. Enter code N if the contractor's response to FAR

52.204­5 or 52.212­3(c) indicates that it is not a women­owned

business.

(C) Code U­­Uncertified. Enter code U if the information is not

available because the contractor did not complete the representation

under FAR 52.204­5 or 52.212­3(c).

(vii) BLOCK D7, SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH (SBIR) PROGRAM.

Enter one of the three codes. As an exception to the chart in

paragraph (d)(4) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 7, leave

Block D7 blank.

(A) Code A­­Not a SBIR Phase I­II. Enter code A if the action is

not in support of a Phase I or II SBIR Program.

(B) Code B­­SBIR Program Phase I Action. Enter code B if the action

is related to a Phase I contract in support of the SBIR Program.

(C) Code C­­SBIR Program Phase II Action. Enter code C if the

action is related to a Phase II contract in support of the SBIR

Program.

(viii) BLOCK D8, SUBCONTRACTING PLAN­SB, SDB, OR HBCU/MI.

Enter one of the four codes.

(A) Code A­­Plan Not Included. No Subcontracting Possibilities.

Enter code A if a subcontracting plan was not included in the contract

because subcontracting possibilities do not exist (FAR 19.705­2(c)).

(B) Code B­­Plan Not Required. Enter code B if no subcontracting

plan was required (because the action did not meet the dollar

thresholds in FAR 19.702(b)).

(C) Code C­­Plan Required, Incentive Not Included. Enter code C if

the action includes a subcontracting plan, but does not include

additional incentives (FAR 19.708(c)).

(D) Code D­­Plan Required, Incentive Included. Enter code D if the

action includes a subcontracting plan and also includes additional

incentives (FAR 19.708(c), 219.708(c)).

(ix) BLOCK D9, DEMONSTRATION TEST PROGRAM.

Enter one of the two codes. As exceptions to the chart in paragraph

(d)(4) of this subsection, when Block B13 is coded 5, B, C, D, E, F, or

G and the original action was awarded before the program began, enter

code N in Block D9. When Block B13 is coded 7, enter code N in Block

D9.

(A) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if this is an action with a U.S.

business concern, in either the four designated industry groups or the

ten targeted industry categories under the Small Business

Competitiveness Demonstration Program (FAR 19.10 and 219.10), where the

principal place of performance is in the United States or outlying

areas.

(B) Code N­­No. Enter code N if code Y does not apply.

(x) BLOCK D10, SIZE OF SMALL BUSINESS.

(A) Complete Block D10 only when Block D9 is coded ``Y'' and the

contractor is a small business (Block D1 is coded A or B). Otherwise,

leave Block D10 blank.

(B) Enter one of fourteen codes of the size of the business as

represented by the contractor in the solicitation provision at FAR

52.219­19, Small Business Concern Representation for the Small Business

Competiveness Demonstration Program.

(xi) BLOCK D11, EMERGING SMALL BUSINESS.

(A) Complete this block only if Block D9 is coded ``Y'' and the

contracting action is in one of the four designated industry groups,

not one of the targeted industry categories. Otherwise, leave Block D11

blank.

(B) Enter one of the two codes.

(1) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if the contractor represents in the

provision at FAR 52.219­19, Small Business Concern Representation for

the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program, that is an

emerging small business concern.

(2) Code N­­No. Enter code N if code Y does not apply.

(e) Part E of the DD Form 350.

Part E gathers data on specialized items that may not become

permanent reporting elements.

(1) BLOCK E1, CONTRACTED ADVISORY AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES.

Enter one of the two codes.

(i) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if the action includes any contracted

advisory and assistance services (CAAS) as defined in FAR 37.2.

(ii) Code N­­No. Enter code N if code Y does not apply.

(2) BLOCK E2, SET­ASIDE VALUE.

(i) Complete Block E2 only if the contracting action is with a

qualified nonprofit agency employing people who are blind or severely

disabled and was awarded as a result of the agency's participation in a

total of partial small business set­aside (FAR 19.501(h)). Otherwise,

leave Block E2 blank.

(ii) Enter the dollar amount (i.e., contract face value) of the

set­aside portion of the award. Use whole dollars.

(3) BLOCK E3, NEXT LOW OFFER.

(i) Complete Block E3 only if Block E2 is completed. Otherwise,

leave Block E3 blank.

(ii) Enter the offered price from the small business firm that

would have been the low offeror if qualified nonprofit agencies

employing people who are blind or severely disabled had not

participated in the acquisition. Enter the amount in whole dollars.

(4) BLOCK E4, SPECIFIC NUMBER OF OFFERS RECEIVED.

Enter the specific number of offers received (maximum 999) if Block

C7 is coded 2. Otherwise, leave Block E4 blank.

(5) BLOCK E5, TASK/DELIVERY ORDER.

(i) Enter one of the following codes.

(A) Code T­­Task Order. Enter code T if the contracting action is a

task order as defined in FAR 16.501­1.

(B) Code D­­Delivery Order. Enter code D if the contracting action

is a delivery order as defined in FAR 16.501­1.

(C) Code N­­Not Applicable. Enter code N if the contracting action

is neither a task nor a delivery order.

(6) BLOCK E6, TYPE OF INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACT AWARD.

When Block E5 is coded T or D, enter one of the following codes.

(i) Code M­­Multiple Award. Enter code M if the contracting action

is a task or delivery order under a multiple award indefinite delivery

contract.

(ii) Code S­­Single Award. Enter code S if the contracting action

is a task or delivery order under a single award indefinite delivery

contract.

(7) BLOCK E7, COMMERCIAL ITEMS.

Enter one of the following codes.

(i) Code Y­­Yes. Enter code Y if the contract contains the clause

at FAR 52.212­4, Contract Terms and Conditions­­Commercial Items.

(ii) Code N­­No. Enter code N if code Y does not apply.

(f) Part F of the DD Form 350.

Part F identifies the reporting official.

(1) BLOCK F1, NAME OF CONTRACTING OFFICER OR REPRESENTATIVE.

Enter the name (Last, First, Middle Initial) of the contracting

officer of representative.

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(2) BLOCK F2, SIGNATURE.

The person identified in Block F1 must sign.

(3) BLOCK F3, TELEPHONE NUMBER.

Enter the telephone number (with area code) for the individual in

Block F1. Installations with Defense Switched Network (DSN) must enter

the DSN number.

4. BLOCK F4, DATE.

Enter date (YYMMDD) that the DD Form 350 Report is submitted. Use

two digits for each segment; use 01 through 12 for January through

December. For example, enter January 2, 1999 as 990102.

(g) Special Instructions for DD Forms 350 on Actions of $25,000 or

Less Under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program.

(1) Policy on when a DD Form 350 is required on actions of $25,000

or less under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program

is in 204.670­9.

(2) In general, complete these DD Forms 350 using the ``regular''

instructions in paragraphs (a) through (f) of this subsection. However,

there are special instructions for certain blocks. The following matrix

tells which apply.

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Regular Special

DD350 block instructions Leave blank instructions

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PART A X ............. ...................

B1 X ............. ...................

B2 X ............. ...................

B3 X ............. ...................

B4 ................. X ...................

B5A X ............. ...................

B5B ................. X ...................

B5C X ............. ...................

B5D X ............. ...................

B5E ................. X ...................

B5F ................. X ...................

B5G ................. X ...................

B6 X ............. ...................

B6A X ............. ...................

B6B X ............. ...................

B6C X ............. ...................

B7 X ............. ...................

B8 X ............. ...................

B9 X ............. ...................

B10 ................. X ...................

B11 ................. X ...................

B12A X ............. ...................

B12B ................. X ...................

B12C ................. X ...................

B12D X ............. ...................

B12E X ............. ...................

B13 X ............. Use Code 9 if

simplified

acquisition

procedures were

used.

C1 X ............. ...................

C2 X ............. ...................

C3 X ............. ...................

C4 ................. X ...................

C5 X ............. ...................

C6 ................. X ...................

C7 X ............. ...................

C8 X ............. Leave blank if

simplified

acquisition

procedures were

used.

C9 X ............. Leave blank if

simplified

acquisition

procedures were

used.

C10 X ............. ...................

C11 ................. X ...................

C12 ................. X ...................

C13A X ............. ...................

C13B X ............. ...................

C13C X ............. ...................

C13D X ............. ...................

D1 X ............. ...................

D2 ................. X ...................

D3 ................. X ...................

D4A X ............. If simplified

acquisition

procedures were

used, use only

codes Y or Z.

D4B X ............. ...................

D4C X ............. ...................

D4D X ............. ...................

D4E ................. X ...................

D5 ................. X ...................

D6 X ............. ...................

D7 ................. X ...................

D8 ................. X ...................

D9 X ............. ...................

D10 X ............. ...................

D11 X ............. ...................

E1 ................. X ...................

E2 ................. X ...................

E3 ................. X ...................

E4­8 X ............. ...................

PART F X ............. ...................

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154. Section 253.204­71 is revised to read as follows:

253.204­71 DD Form 1057, Monthly Contracting Summary of Actions

$25,000 or Less.

(a) Scope of subsection.

Policy on use of a DD Form 1057 is in 204.670. This subsection

253.204­71 contains instructions on completion of the DD Form 1057.

(1) Report actions in the month they are awarded, issued, executed,

or placed, except­­

(i) When the price of an order or call cannot be determined when it

is placed, count the action and its dollars when it is paid.

(ii) Count the following actions when the voucher is paid (count

each voucher as one action)­­

(A) Meals and lodging.

(B) Automatic deliveries, e.g., bread, milk, and ice cream.

(iii) The Navy Facilities Engineering Command shall use

departmental procedures to report vouchers it processes on Naval shore

establishment contracts for electricity and gas.

(2) Enter all dollar amounts in whole dollars only. Do not enter

cents. If the net amount is a decrease, enter a minus sign (­)

immediately preceding the amount to indicate a credit entry. Do not

enter parentheses.

(3) Include actions over $25,000 but not in excess of $200,000 in

support of a contingency on the DD Form 1057, as follows­­

(i) Section A, complete fully.

(ii) Section B, complete only lines 5, 5a, 7, and 7a.

(iii) Section C, complete only lines 1 and 1c, 2 and 2c, or 3 and

3c, as applicable.

(iv) Sections D, E, and F, leave blank.

(v) Section G, complete fully.

(b) Definitions.

For purposes of this subsection­­

Delivery Orders­­GSA Federal Supply Schedules means only orders,

and modifications of such orders, under Federal supply schedules

awarded by GSA.

Delivery Orders­­Other Federal Supply Schedules means only orders,

and modifications of such orders, under Federal supply schedules

awarded by an agency other than GSA, e.g., awarded by VA or OPM.

Delivery Orders­­All Others means orders, and modifications of such

orders, under basic ordering agreements (BOAs) or indefinite delivery

contracts.

Other Contracting Actions means all actions that do not meet the

definitions in this paragraph (b) of a delivery order.

Simplified Acquisition Procedures is defined in FAR part 13. It

includes purchase orders and orders under blanket purchase agreements

(BPAs) and modifications to awards made using simplified acquisition

procedures.

(c) Section A, General Information.

(1) BLOCK A1, REPORT FOR MONTH ENDING.

Enter the last day of the month in which the report is submitted.

Enter it as year, month, and day, using a two­digit number for each

segment and 01 through 12 for January through December. For example,

for the month ending April 30, 1999, enter 990430.

(2) BLOCK A2, CONTRACTING OFFICE.

Enter sufficient detail to establish the identity of the

contracting office submitting the report in Blocks 2a and b.

(3) BLOCK A3, REPORTING OFFICE CODE.

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Enter the code assigned to the contracting office by the

departmental data collection point in 204.670­8.

(d) Section B, Contracting Actions.

(1) BLOCK B1, TARIFF OR REGULATED ACQUISITIONS.

Enter the number and dollar value of contracting actions (including

modifications that will also be reported in Block B8) with tariff or

regulated industries (industries with sole source and service rates

which are fixed or adjusted by a Federal, State, or other public

regulatory body).

(2) BLOCK B2, FOREIGN/INTERAGENCY.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

(including modifications that will also be reported in Block B8)­­

(A) For foreign military sales (FMS) or other arrangement where the

foreign government or international organization is paying all or part

of the cost of the action.

(B) Placed directly with foreign governments under the terms of an

international agreement, e.g., base maintenance performed with the

foreign government acting as the contractor (any other actions directly

with foreign governments go in Block B5).

(C) With another Federal agency or Government corporation, e.g.,

Federal Prison Industries.

(ii) Enter the subtotals in Blocks B2a and b for the number and

dollar value of contracting actions, including modifications that will

also be reported in Block B8 for­­

(A) Block B2a, FMS/International Agreements. Enter subtotals for

paragraphs (d)(2)(i)(A) and (B) of this subsection.

(B) Block B2b, Action with Another Federal Agency. Enter subtotal

for paragraph (d)(2)(i)(C) of this subsection.

(3) BLOCK B3, SMALL BUSINESS.

(i) Enter the total number and total dollar value of contracting

actions (including modifications which will also be reported in Block

B8) where the­­

(A) Contractor is a small business concern; and

(B) Place of performance is in the United States and outlying areas

(see 204.670­1).

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of

contracting actions (including modifications that will also be reported

in Block B8) for­­

(A) Block B3a, Simplified Acquisition Procedures.

(B) Block B3b, Delivery Orders­­GSA FSS.

(C) Block B3c, Delivery Orders­­Other FSS.

(D) Block B3d, Delivery Orders­­Other.

(E) Block B3e, Other Contracting Actions.

(4) BLOCK B4, LARGE BUSINESS.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

(including modifications which will also be reported in Block B8) where

the­­

(A) Contractor is a large business concern; and

(B) Place of performance is in the United States and outlying

areas.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of

contracting actions (including modifications that will also be reported

in Block B8) for­­

(A) Block B4a, Simplified Acquisition Procedures.

(B) Block B4b, Delivery Orders­­GSA FSS.

(C) Block B4c, Delivery Orders­­Other FSS.

(D) Block B4d, Delivery Orders­­Other.

(E) Block B4e, Other Contracting Actions.

(5) BLOCK B5, DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN ENTITIES PERFORMING OUTSIDE THE

UNITED STATES.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

(including modifications that will also be reported in Block B8) where

the place of performance is outside the United States and outlying

areas (see 204.670­1(c)). This includes actions placed directly with a

foreign government that are not under international agreements (see

paragraph (d)(2)(i)(B) of this subsection). It does not matter whether

the contractor is domestic or foreign.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of actions

(including modifications that will also be reported in Block B8) for­­

(A) Block B5a, Simplified Acquisition Procedures.

(B) Block B5b, Delivery Orders­­GSA FSS.

(C) Block B5c, Delivery Orders­­Other FSS.

(D) Block B5d, Delivery Orders­­Other.

(E) Block B5e, Other Contracting Actions.

(6) BLOCK B6, EDUCATIONAL, NONPROFIT & OTHER.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

(including modifications that will also be reported in Block B8) with­­

(A) Educational institutions;

(B) Not­for­profit and nonprofit institutions (defined in FAR

31.107);

(C) Qualified nonprofit agencies employing people who are blind or

severely disabled; and

(D) Any other entities not listed in Blocks B1 through B5.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of

contracting actions (including modifications that will also be reported

in B) for­­

(A) Block B6a, Simplified Acquisition Procedures.

(B) Block B6b, Delivery Orders­­GSA FSS.

(C) Block B6c, Delivery Orders­­Other FSS.

(D) Block B6d, Delivery Orders­­Other.

(E) Block B6e, Other Contracting Actions.

Use this B6e to report actions with qualified nonprofit agencies

employing people who are blind or severely disabled.

(7) BLOCK B7, TOTAL CONTRACTING ACTIONS.

(i) Add Blocks B1 through B6 and enter the totals in Block B7.

(ii) If directed by data collection point procedures, also enter

the subtotals for the number and dollar value of contracting actions

for­­

(A) Block B7a, Simplified Acquisition Procedures, sum of sub­blocks

3a+4a+5a+6a.

(B) Block B7b, Delivery Orders­­GSA FSS, sum of sub­blocks

3b+4b+5b+6b.

(C) Block B7c, Delivery Orders­­Other FSS, sum of sub­blocks

3c+4c+5c+6c.

(D) Block B7d, Delivery Orders­­Other, sum of sub­blocks

3d+4d+5d+6d.

(E) Block B7e, Other Contracting Actions, sum of sub­blocks

3e+4e+5e+6e.

(8) BLOCK B8, TOTAL MODIFICATIONS EXCLUDING SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION

PROCEDURES.

Enter the total number of actions and dollar value of contracting

actions which are modification actions. This includes modifications to

delivery orders or other contracting actions which also may be counted

in other blocks in section B.

(e) Section C, Extent Competed.

(1) BLOCK C1, COMPETED.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

which were competed.

(A) Include in Block C1­­

(1) Actions not subject to Competition in Contract Act (CICA) (see

FAR 6.001) where at least two quotations or offers were received;

(2) Actions where competitive procedures were used to fulfill the

requirement for full and open competition (FAR subpart 6.1);

(3) Actions where full and open competition was provided for after

exclusion of sources, in order to establish/maintain alternative

sources or to set aside an acquisition exceeding the micro­purchase

threshold for small business (FAR subpart 6.2);

(4) Actions where statutory authorities for other than full and

open

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competition (FAR subpart 6.3) were used and more than one offer was

received, except as provided in paragraphs (B)(2) and (3).

(5) Actions resulting from a contract awarded competitively before

CICA (including two­step formal advertising);

(6) Delivery orders/modifications under a Federal supply schedule;

and

(7) Section 8(a) awards competed under FAR 6.204.

(B) Do not include­­

(1) Actions that meet the criteria for Section C, Block C2;

(2) Actions awarded under the authority of FAR 6.302­5(b)(2) or

(4), authorized or required by statute (report these in Section C,

Block C2);

(3) Actions reported in Section B, Blocks B1 and B2, including

actions with the Federal Prison Industries. These actions are treated

as not available for competition in published competition reports.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of

contracting actions for­­

(A) Block C1a, Small Business Concerns.

(B) Block C1b, Large Business Concerns.

(C) Block C1c, Domestic or Foreign Entities Performing Outside the

United States and Outlying Areas.

(D) Block C1d, Educational, Nonprofit & Other.

(2) BLOCK C2, NOT AVAILABLE FOR COMPETITION.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

which were not available for competition.

(A) Include in Block C2­­

(1) Actions for brand name commercial products for authorized

resale;

(2) Actions authorized or required by statute to be awarded to a

specific source or through another agency in accordance with FAR 6.302­

5(b)(2) or (4); e.g., actions with qualified nonprofit agencies

employing people who are blind or severely disabled and noncompetitive

8(a) actions;

(3) Actions (including modifications) at or below the micro­

purchase threshold at FAR 13.101;

(4) Other contract actions where the Director of Defense

Procurement has determined that there is no opportunity for

competition.

(B) Do not include any actions reported in Section B, Blocks B1 or

B2 (e.g., actions with regulated monopolies, actions under foreign

military sales or international agreements, and actions with another

Federal agency or Government corporation). These actions are treated as

not available for competition in published competition reports.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of

contracting actions for­­

(A) Block C2a, Small Business Concerns.

(B) Block C2b, Large Business Concerns.

(C) Block C2c, Domestic or Foreign Entities Performing Outside the

United States.

(D) Block C2d, Educational, Nonprofit and Other.

(3) BLOCK C3, NOT COMPLETED.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

which were not competed, i.e., any actions not reported in Blocks B1 or

B2. Do not include actions reported in Section B, Blocks B1 or B2.

These actions are treated as not available for competition in published

competition reports.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value of actions

for­­

(A) Block C3a, Small Business Concerns.

(B) Block C3b, Large Business Concerns.

(C) Block C3c, Domestic or Foreign Entities Performing Outside the

United States and Outlying Areas.

(D) Block C3d, Educational, Nonprofit & Other.

(f) Section D, Research, Development, Test, & Evaluation Actions.

Do not include actions for supplies or services in support of RDT&E

work that do not require the contractor to perform RDT&E.

(f) BLOCK D1, SMALL BUSINESS.

Enter the total number and dollar values of RDT&E actions with

small business concerns.

(2) BLOCK D2, LARGE BUSINESS.

Enter the total number and dollar value of RDT&E actions with large

business concerns.

(3) BLOCK D3, DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN ENTITIES PERFORMING OUTSIDE THE

UNITED STATES AND OUTLYING AREAS.

Enter the total number and dollar value of RDT&E actions where the

principal place of performance is outside the United States or outlying

areas (see 204.670­1).

(4) BLOCK D4, HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES OR

MINORITY INSTITUTIONS (HBCU/MI).

Enter the total number and dollar value of RDT&E actions with HBCUs

or MIs.

(5) BLOCK D5, OTHER ENTITIES.

Enter the total number and dollar value of RDT&E actions that were

not reported in Blocks D1 through D4.

(g) Section E, Selected Socioeconomic Statistics.

(1) BLOCK E1, SMALL BUSINESS (SB) SET­ASIDE.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions

which were small business set­aside actions pursuant to FAR 19.502,

including awards to SDBs reported in Block E2d.

(ii) If the action is an emerging small business set­aside (FAR

19.1002), use Block E1b.

(iii) Leave Block E1 a blank. Enter in Block E1b the number and

total dollar value of actions for small business set­asides pursuant to

FAR 19.502, including awards to SDBs reported in Block E2d.

(2) BLOCK E2, SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS (SDB) ACTIONS.

(i) Enter the total number and dollar value of actions which were

small disadvantaged business actions.

(ii) Enter the subtotals for the number and dollar value for­­

(A) Block E2a, Through SBA­­Section 8(a).

Enter actions with the Small Business Administration pursuant to

Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act (FAR 19.8).

(B) Block E2b, SDB Set­Aside/SDB Preference.

Enter actions resulting from­­

(1) A set­aside for small disadvantaged business (SDB) (219.502­2­

70);

(2) Application of an SDB evaluation preference (219.70); or

(3) SDB preferential consideration (219.502­3).

(C) Block E2c. Leave blank.

(D) Block E2d, SB Set­Aside.

Enter actions under FAR 19.502 where award is to an SDB, but a

preference was not applied nor was preferential consideration given.

(E) Block E2e, Other.

Enter awards to SDB concerns where award is to an SDB not reported

in Blocks E2a through E2d.

(3) BLOCK E3, WOMEN­OWNED SMALL BUSINESS.

Enter total number and dollar value of contracting actions with

women­owned small businesses.

(4) BLOCK E4, HBCU/MI.

Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions with

HBCU/MIs pursuant to Subpart 226.70.

(5) BLOCK E5, NIB/NISH.

Enter the total number and dollar value of contracting actions with

qualified nonprofit agencies employing people who are blind or severely

disabled for supplies or services from the Procurement List pursuant to

FAR subpart 8.7.

(h) Section F, Simplified Acquisition Procedures­­Dollar Value

Ranges.

Enter in each of the dollar ranges the total number and dollar

value of contracting actions which used

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simplified acquisition procedures (FAR part 13). The total of Section F

is normally the sum of Blocks B3a, B4a, B5a, and B6a.

(i) Section G, Remarks and Authentication.

(1) Block G1, Remarks.

Enter any remarks applicable to this report.

(2) Block G2, Contracting Officer.

(i) Block G2a, Typed Name.

Enter the name (last, first, middle initial) of the contracting

officer or representative.

(ii) Block G2b, Signature.

The person identified in Block G2a must sign.

(iii) Block G2c, Telephone Number.

Enter the telephone number (with area code) of the person

identified in Block G2a. Installations with Defense Switched Network

(DSN) must enter their DSN number.

(3) Block G3, Date Report Submitted.

Enter the date (YYMMDD) that the DD Form 1057 is submitted. Use two

digits for each segment; use 01 through 12 for January through

December. For example, enter January 2, 1999 as 990102.

Appendix C to Chapter 2 [Amended]

155. In Appendix C to Chapter 2, Part 2, Section C­204.3, Special

clauses (II3), paragraphs (f)(1) and (f)(2) are revised to read as

follows:

APPENDIX C­­CONTRACTOR PURCHASING SYSTEM REVIEWS

* * * * *

PART 2­­ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES

* * * * *

C­204.3 Special clauses (IID3).

* * * * *

(f) * * *

(1) FAR 52.214­26, Audit and Records­­Sealed Bidding;

(2) * * *

(3) FAR 52.215­2, Audit and Records­­Negotiation;

* * * * *

Appendix F to Chapter 2 [Amended]

156. In Appendix F to Chapter 2, Part 4, Table 2 of F­401

Distribution, the entry for the Army is revised to read as follows:

APPENDIX F­­MATERIAL INSPECTION AND RECEIVING REPORT

* * * * *

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

F­401­­Distribution.

* * * * *

Table 2.­­Special Distribution

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As required Address No. of copies

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* * * * *

Army:

Foreign Military Sales........ Commander, US

Army, Security

Asst. Center,

ATTN: AMSAC­OL­LS­

CS, 3rd Street

and ``M'' Avenue,

New Cumberland

Army Depot, New

Cumberland, PA

17070­5096.

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Appendix G to Chapter 2 [Amended]

157. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 2,

entitled ``Army Activity Address Numbers'' to read as follows:

PART 2­­ARMY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DAAA03

B1

Pine Bluff Arsenal, ATTN: SMCPB­PO, 10020 Kabrich Circle, Pine

Bluff, AR 71602­9500

DAAA08

B7

Rock Island Arsenal, ATTN: SMCRI­CT, Rock Island, IL 61299­5000

DAAA09

BA

U.S. Army Armament, Munitions, and Chemical Command, ATTN:

AMSMC­PAM, Rock Island, IL 61299­6000

DAAA22

BV

Watervliet Arsenal, ATTN: SMCWV­PPA, Watervliet, NY 12189­4050

DAAA31

GJ

McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, ATTN: SMCMC­PC, McAlester, OK

74501­5000

DAAA32

0P

Crane Army Ammunition Activity, ATTN: SMCCN­CT, 300 Highway 361,

Crane, IN 47522­5099

DAAB07

BG

USA Communications­­Electronics Command, C3I Acquisition Center,

ATTN: AMSEL­ACSP­BM, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703­5008

DAAB08

2V

USA Communications­­Electronics Command, C3I Acquisition Center,

ATTN: AMSEL­ACSB­C, (Facility ADP Branch), Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703­

5008

DAAB10

ZP

USA CECOM C31 Acquisition Center, Vint Hill Farms Station, ATTN:

AMSEL­ACVF­A­AA (Stop 42), Building 160, Warrenton, VA 22186­5172

DAAB11

D0

USA CECOM C31 Acquisition Center, Vint Hill Farms Station, ATTN:

AMSEL­AC­VHA­HB Base OPS (Stop 42), Warrenton, VA 22186­5172

DAAB12

E1

USA Communications­­Electronics Command, C4IEW­AC, VECMPS

Branch, ATTN: AMSEL­ACVH­D, 10109 Gridley Road, Suite 200, Fort

Belvoir, VA 22060­5845

DAAC01

BH

Anniston Army Depot, ATTN: SDSAN­DOC, Anniston, AL 36201­5003

DAAC02

ZT

Blue Grass Army Depot, Procurement Office, ATTN: SDS­BG­BM­P,

Lexington, KY 40511­5001

DAAC07

ZM

Sierra Army Depot, ATTN: SDSSI­CONT, Herlong, CA 96113­5009

DAAC67

ZN

Letterkenny Army Depot, ATTN: SDSLE­P, Chambersburg, PA 17201­

4152

DAAC71

ZS

Tobyhanna Army Depot, ATTN: SDSTO­K, Tobyhanna, PA 18446­5100

DAAC79

D7

Red River Army Depot, ATTN: SDSRR­P, Texarkana, TX 75507­5000

DAAC83

BJ

Corpus Christi Army Depot, ATTN: SDSCC­C, Corpus Christi, TX

78419­6170

DAAC89

BK

Tooele Army Depot, ATTN: SDSTE­DCBO, Tooele, UT 84074­0839

DAAD01

B5

USA Yuma Proving Ground, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

ATEYP­CR, Yuma, AZ 85365­9106

DAAD03

B6

USA Jefferson Proving Ground, ATTN: STEJP­EH­C, Madison, IN

47250­5100

DAAD05

BM

USA Aberdeen Proving Ground Support Activity, ATTN: STEAP­PR/M,

Ryan Building, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005­5001

DAAD07

BN

USA White Sands Missile Range, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

STEWS­PR, White Sands, NM 88002­5201

DAAD09

BP

USA Dugway Proving Ground, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

STEDP­DOC, Dugway, UT 84022­0538

DAAE07

BR

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USA Tank­­Automotive Command, ATTN: AMSTRA­IDAS, Warren, MI

48397­5000

DAAE20

Armament and Chemical Acquisition and Logistics Activity

(ACALA), ATTN: Acquisition Center, Rock Island, IL 61299­6000

DAAE30

U.S. Army Armament RD&E Center (ARDEC), ATTN: SMCAR­PCM­O,

Building 9, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ07806­5000

DAAG60

G8

USA Military Academy, Purchasing & Contracting Division, ATTN:

MAPC, Building 667A, West Point, NY 10996­1594

DAAG99

ZY

USA Program Manager­SANG, ATTN: AMCPM­NGA, Unit 61304, APO AE

09803­1304

DAAH01

CC

USA Missile Command, ATTN: AMSMI­AC, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898­

5280

DAAH03

D8

USA Missile Command, ATTN: AMSMI­AC, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898­

5280

DAAH04

YU

U.S. Army Research Office, ATTN: AMXRO­PR, P.O. Box 12211,

Research Triangle Park, NC 27709­2211

DAAJ02

D9

Aviation Applied Technology Directorate, U.S. Army Aviation and

Troop Command, ATTN: AMSAT­R­TC, Building 401, Fort Eustis, VA

23604­5577

DAAJ04

0V

USA Charles Melvin Price Support Center, ATTN: SATAS­P, Granite

City, IL 62040­1801

DAAJ05

ZF

USA Aviation and Troop Command, ATTN: IAS21WG, Building 404,

Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5577

DAAJ09

BS

USA Aviation and Troop Command, ATTN: AMSAT­A­AD, 4300

Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120­1798

DAAK01

BB

USA Aviation and Troop Command, ATTN: AMSAT­A­AD, 4300

Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120­1798

DAAK60

C5

Soldier Systems Command Acquisition Center, ATTN: SATNC­PP

(Procurement Support Division), Natick, MA 01760­5011

DAAL01

1Y

U.S. Army Research Laboratory, ATTN: AMSLC­PR, 2800 Powder Mill

Road, Adelphi, MD 20783­1145

DAAM01

ZU

U.S. Army Chemical and Biological Defense Command, ATTN: AMSCB­

PC, Building E4455, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010­5423

DAAM02

B2

Program Manager, Rocky Mountain Arsenal, ATTN: AMXRM­PM,

Building 111, Commerce City, CO 80022­1748

DABT01

F6

U.S. Army Aviation Center, Contracting Office, ATTN: ATZQ­C,

Building T­00116, Fort Rucker, AL 36362­5000

DABT02

2A

U.S. Army Chemical and Military Police Centers and Fort

McClellan, ATTN: ATZN­DOC, Building 241­C, Transportation Road, Fort

McClellan, AL 36205­5000

DABT10

2B

U.S. Army Infantry Center and Fort Benning, ATTN: ATZB­KT,

Building 6, P.O. Box 5­5179, Fort Benning, GA 31905­5179

DABT11

2C

U.S. Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon, ATTN: ATZI­CT, Building

2050B, Fort Gordon, GA 30905­5110

DABT15

F9

U.S. Army Soldier Support Center and Fort Benjamin Harrison,

ATTN: ATZI­CT, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN 46216­5230

DABT19

2D

U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATZL­

GCC, Pope & Thomas Avenues, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027­5031

DABT23

2E

U.S. Army Armor Center and Fort Knox, ATTN: ATZK­DC, Building

4022, Fort Knox, KY 40121­5000

DABT31

2F

U.S. Army Engineer Center and Fort Leonard Wood, ATTN: ATZT­DOC,

Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473­5000

DABT39

2H

U.S. Army Field Artillery Center and Fort Sill, ATTN: ATZR­Q,

Building 1803, P.O. Box 3501, Fort Sill, OK 73503­0501

DABT43

2J

Carisle Barracks, ATTN: ATZE­DOC­C, Building 46, Carlisle

Barracks, PA 17013­5002

DABT47

2K

U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson, ATTN: ATZJ­DOC,

Building 4340, Magruder Street, Fort Jackson, SC 29207­5420

DABT51

2L

U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center & Fort Bliss, ATTN: ATZC­

DOC, Building 2021, P.O. Box 6078, Fort Bliss, TX 79916­0058

DABT57

2N

Directorate of Peninsula Contracting, ATTN: ATZF­DPC, Building

2746, Harrison Loop, Fort Eustis, VA 23604­5293

DABT58

2P

Fort Monroe, ATTN: ATZG­C #62, Building T­195, Fort Monroe, VA

23651­6000

DABT59

2Q

U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee, ATTN:

ATZM­DOC, Building T­7124, 19th & Quartermaster Road, Fort Lee, VA

23801­5172

DABT60

1L

TRADOC Contracting Agency, ATTN: ATCA, Building 1748, Fort

Eustis, VA 23604­5538

DABT61

BF

The Judge Advocate General's School, USA, University of

Virginia, ATTN: JAGS­SSL­B, 600 Massie Road, Charlottesville, VA

22903­1781

DABT63

BL

U.S. Army Intelligence Center, ATTN: ATZS­DKS, P.O. Box 748,

Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613­0748

DABT65

B0

Mission Contracting Activity at Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATOB­AL,

614 Custer Road, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027­7203

DABT67

0Q

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZW­DOC, P.O. Box 27, Fort

Ord, CA 93941­0027

DACA01

DACW01

CK

USA Engineer District, Mobile, ATTN: CESAM­CT, P.O. Box 2288,

Mobile, AL 36628­0001

DACA03

DACW03

CL

USA Engineer District, Little Rock, ATTN: CESWL­CT, P.O. Box

867, Little Rock, AR 72203­0867

DACA05

DACW05

CM

USA Engineer District, Sacramento, ATTN: CESPK­CT, 1325 J

Street, Sacramento, CA 95814­2922

DACA07

DACW07

CP

USA Engineer District, San Francisco, ATTN: CESPN­CT, 211 Main

Street, San Francisco, CA 94105­1905

DACA09

DACW09

CQ

USA Engineer District, Los Angeles, ATTN: CESPL­CT, P.O. Box

2711, Los Angeles, CA 90053­2325

DACA17

DACW17

CS

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USA Engineer District, Jacksonville, ATTN: CESAJ­CT, P.O. Box

4970, Jacksonville, FL 32232­0019

DACA21

DACW21

CV

USA Engineer District, Savannah, ATTN: CESAS­CT, P.O. Box 889,

Savannah, GA 31402­0889

DACA23

DACW23

CX

USA Engineer District, Chicago, ATTN: CENCR­CT, 111 North Canal

Street, Chicago, IL 60606­7206

DACA25

DACW25

CD

USA Engineer District, Rock Island Clock Tower Building, ATTN:

CENCR­CT, P.O. Box 2004, Rock Island, IL 61202­2004

DACA27

DACW27

CY

USA Engineer District, Louisville, ATTN: CEORL­CT, P.O. Box 59,

Louisville, KY 40201­0059

DACA29

DACW29

CZ

USA Engineer District, New Orleans, ATTN: CELMN­CT, P.O. Box

60267, New Orleans, LA 70160­0267

DACA31

DACW31

DA

USA Engineer District, Baltimore Contracting Division, ATTN:

CENAB­CT, P.O. Box 1715, Baltimore, MD 21203­1715

DACA33

DACW33

DB

USA Engineer District, New England, ATTN: CENED­CT, 424 Trapelo

Road, Waltham, MA 02254­9149

DACA35

DACW35

DC

USA Engineer District, Detroit, ATTN: CENCE­CT, P.O. Box 1027,

Detroit, MI 48231­1027

DACA37

DACW37

DD

USA Engineer District, St. Paul, ATTN: CENCS­CT, 190 Fifth

Street East, St. Paul, MN 55101­1638

DACA38

DACW38

DE

USA Engineer District, Vicksburg, ATTN: CELMK­CT, 3515 I­20

Frontage Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180­5191

DACA39

DACW39

DF

USA Engineer, Waterways Experiment Station, ATTN: CEWES­CT­Z

(Contracting Division), 3909 Halls Ferry Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180­

6199

DACA41

DACW41

DH

USA Engineer District, Kansas City, 700 Federal Building, ATTN:

CEMRK­CT, 601 East 12th Street, Kansas City, MO 64106­2896

DACA43

DACW43

DJ

USA Engineer District, St. Louis, ATTN: CELMS­CT, 1222 Spruce

Street, St. Louis, MO 63101­2833

DACA45

DACW45

DK

USA Engineer District, Omaha, ATTN: CEMRO­CT, 215 North 17th

Street, Omaha, NE 68102­4978

DACA47

DACW47

DM

USA Engineer District, Albuquerque, ATTN: CESWA­CT, P.O. Box

1580, Albuquerque, NM 87103­1580

DACA49

DACW49

DN

USA Engineer District, Buffalo, ATTN: CENCB­CT (Contracting

Division), 1776 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14207­3199

DACA51

DACW51

CE

USA Engineering District, New York, Contracting Division, ATTN:

CENAN­CT, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10028­0090

DACA54

DACW54

DQ

USA Engineer District, Wilmington, ATTN: CESAW­CT, P.O. Box

1890, Wilmington, NC 28402­1890

DACA56

DACW56

DS

USA Engineer District, Tulsa, ATTN: CESWT­CT, P.O. Box 61,

Tulsa, OK 74121­0061

DACA57

DACW57

DT

USA Engineer District, Portland, ATTN: CENPP­CT, P.O. Box 2946,

Portland, OR 97208­2946

DACA59

DACW59

DV

USA Engineer District, Pittsburgh, ATTN: CEORP­CT­SADBUS, 1000

Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222­4186

DACA60

DACW60

DW

USA Engineer District, Charleston, ATTN: CESAC­CT, P.O. Box 919,

Charleston, SC 29402­0919

DACA61

DACW61

CF

USA Engineer District, Philadelphia, ATTN: CENAP­CT, Contracting

Division, 110 Penn Square East, Wanamaker Building, Philadelphia, PA

19107­3390

DACA62

DACW62

DX

USA Engineer District, Nashville, ATTN: CEORN­CT, P.O. Box 1070,

Nashville, TN 37202­1070

DACA63

DACW63

DY

USA Engineer District, Fort Worth, ATTN: CESWF­CT, P.O. Box

17300, Fort Worth, TX 76102­0300

DACA64

DACW64

DZ

USA Engineer District, Galveston, ATTN: CESWG­CT, P.O. Box 1229,

Galveston, TX 77553

DACA65

DACW65

EA

USA Engineer District, Norfolk, Contracting Division, ATTN:

CENAO­CT, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510­1096

DACA66

DACW66

EB

USA Engineer District, Memphis, ATTN: CEIMM­CT, B­202 Clifford

Davis Federal Building, Memphis, TN 38103­1894

DACA67

DACW67

EC

USA Engineer District, Seattle, ATTN: CENPS­CT, P.O. Box C­3755,

Seattle, WA 98124­2255

DACA68

DACW68

YW

USA Engineer District, Walla Walla, ATTN: CENPW­CT, Building

602, City­County Airport, Walla Walla, WA 99362­9265

DACA69

DACW69

CG

USA Engineer District, Huntington, ATTN: CEORH­CT, 502 8th

Street, Huntington, WV 25701­2070

DACA72

DACW72

ZA

USA Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity, ATTN: CEHEC­CT,

Kingman Building, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5580

DACA75

DACW75

ZC

USA Engineer Ordnance Program Division, ATTN: CETAD­OP­C, APO AE

09803­1303

DACA76

DACW76

ZD

USA Engineer Topographic Laboratories, ATTN: CETEC­CT, Cude

Building #2592, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5546

DACA78

DACW78

9V

USA Engineer Transatlantic Division, ATTN: CETAD­CT­P, 201

Prince Frederick Drive, Winchester, VA 22602

DACA79

DACW79

2R

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USA Engineer District Japan, ATTN: CEPOJ­CT, Unit 45010, APO AP

96343­0061

DACA81

DACW81

USA Engineer District, Far East, APO AP 96205­0610

DACA83

DACW83

ZH

USA Engineer Division­­Pacific Ocean, ATTN: CEPOD­CT, Building

230, Fort Shafter, HI 96858­5540

DACA85

DACW85

ZJ

USA Engineer District, Alaska, P.O. Box 898, Anchorage, AK

99506­0898

DACA87

DACW87

ZW

USA Engineer Division, Huntsville, ATTN: CEHND­CT, P.O. Box

1600, Huntsville, AL 35807­4301

DACA88

DACW88

0S

USA Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, ATTN: CECER­

CT, P.O. Box 4005, Champaign, IL 61820­1305

DACA89

DACW89

1Z

USA Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, ATTN:

CECRL­LM­CT, 72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH 03755­1290

DACA90

DACW90

USA Engineer District, Europe, ATTN: CETAE­CT, Unit 25727, APO

AE 09242­5301

DADA03

8W

Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Directorate of Contracting,

ATTN: HSHG­DC, Building 205, 10th Street & McCloskey Avenue, Aurora,

CO 80045­5001

DADA08

BT

Dwight David Eisenhower Medical Center, Contracting Office,

ATTN: HSAA­D, Building 39706, 40 A Street, Fort Gordon, GA 30905­

5650

DADA09

YY

William Beaumont Army Medical Center, ATTN: HSAA­W, Building

7777, Piedras Street, Room 4J18, El Paso, TX 79920­5001

DADA10

ZQ

U.S. Army Health Services Command, Central Contracting Office,

ATTN: HSAA­C, Building 2015, Beebe Loop, Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234­

6000

DADA13

0W

Madigan Army Medical Center, Contracting Office, ATTN: HSAA­M,

Building 9933­A, Johnson Street, Tacoma, WA 98431­5100

DADA15

0X

Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Directorate of Contracting,

ATTN: HSHL­ZC, Building T­20, 1st Floor, Washington, DC 20307­5001

DADA16

0Y

Tripler Army Medical Center, Contracting Office, ATTN: HSAA­T,

Building 160, Krukowski Street, Tripler AMC, HI 96859­5000

DADA18

1R

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZG­DOC, Building 4201, Fort

Sam Houston, TX 78234­5000

DAEA08

E4

U.S. Army Information Systems Command, Office of Acquisition,

ATTN: ASPC­RA, 134 Malbrouk Street, Fort Ritchie, MD 21719­4020

DAEA16

E7

Headquarters, 5th Signal Command, DCSLOG, Contract Management

Division, ATTN: ASQE­LG­C, CMR 421, APO AE 09056­3104

DAEA20

E8

Commander, 1st Signal Brigade (USAISC), Office of Acquisition

Management, ATTN: ASQK­AM, Unit #15271, APO AP 96205­0044

DAEA32

Y6

U.S. Army Information Systems Command, Contracting Office

(USAISCCO), ATTN: ASPC­T, Building 61801, Room 2408, Fort Huachuca,

AZ 85613­5000

DAHA01

9B

USPFO for Alabama, P.O. Box 3715, Montgomery, AL 36193­4801

DAHA02

0G

USPFO for Arizona, 5644 East Moreland Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008­

3442

DAHA03

9D

USPFO for Arkansas, Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, AR 72118­

2200

DAHA04

9N

USPFO for California, P.O. Box 8104, San Luis Obispo, CA 93403­

8104

DAHA05

Z0

USPFO for Colorado, Camp George West, Golden, CO 80401­3997

DAHA06

1S

USPFO for Connecticut, State Armory, ATTN: Contracting Officer,

360 Broad Street, Hartford, CT 06105­3795

DAHA07

9A

USPFO for Delaware, Grier Building, 1161 River Road, New Castle,

DE 19720­5199

DAHA08

2W

USPFO for Florida, P.O. Box 1008, St. Augustine, FL 32085­1008

DAHA09

C0

USPFO for Georgia, P.O. Box 17882, Atlanta, GA 30316­0882

DAHA10

CU

USPFO for Idaho, P.O. Box 45, Boise, ID 83707­4501

DAHA11

9E

USPFO for Illinois, 1301 North McArthur Boulevard, Springfield,

IL 62702­2399

DAHA12

4E

USPFO for Indiana, P.O. Box 41346, Indianapolis, IN 46241­0346

DAHA13

9L

USPFO for Iowa, Camp Dodge, 7700 NW Beaver Drive, Johnston, IA

50131­1902

DAHA14

4Z

USPFO for Kansas, 2737 South Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66611­

1170

DAHA15

6P

USPFO for Kentucky, Boone National Guard Center, Frankfort, KY

40601­6192

DAHA16

0A

USPFO for Louisiana, Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, LA 70146­

0330

DAHA17

0B

USPFO for Maine, Camp Keys, Augusta, ME 04333­0032

DAHA18

0C

USPFO for Maryland, State Mil Reservation, 301 Old Bay Lane,

Havre de Grace, MD 21078­4094

DAHA19

0D

USPFO for Massachusetts, ATTN: Contracting Officer, 143 Speen

Street, Natick, MA 01760­2599

DAHA20

9F

USPFO for Michigan, 3111 West St. Joseph Street, Lansing, MI

48913­5102

DAHA21

9K

USPFO for Minnesota, Camp Ripley, P.O. Box 288, Little Falls, MN

56345­0288

DAHA22

CW

USPFO for Mississippi, 144 Military Drive, Jackson, MS 39208­

8880

DAHA23

9H

USPFO for Missouri, 1715 Industrial Avenue, Jefferson City, MO

65101­1468

DAHA24

9P

USPFO for Montana, 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

ZK

USPFO for New Jersey, 131 Eggert Crossing Road, Lawrenceville,

NJ 08648­2805

DAHA29

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USPFO for New Mexico, ATTN: Contracting Officer, P.O. Box 4277,

Santa Fe, NM 87502­4277

DAHA30

D2

USPFO for New York, 330 Old Niskayuna Road, Latham, NY 12110­

2224

DAHA31

D3

USPFO for North Carolina, 4201 Reedy Creek Road, Raleigh, NC

27607­6412

DAHA32

D6

USPFO for North Dakota, P.O. Box 5511, Bismarck, ND 58502­5511

DAHA33

9M

USPFO for Ohio, 2811 West Granville Road, Columbus, OH 43235­

2712

DAHA34

9J

USPFO for Oklahoma, 3501 Military Circle, N.E., Oklahoma City,

OK 73111­4398

DAHA35

1X

USPFO for Oregon, ATTN: USPFO­P, P.O. Box 14840, Salem, OR

97309­5008

DAHA36

DL

USPFO for Pennsylvania, Department of Military Affairs, ATTN:

Contracting Officer, Annville, PA 17003­5003

DAHA37

USPFO for Rhode Island, 330 Camp Street, Providence, RI 02906­

1954

DAHA38

DU

USPFO for South Carolina, 9 National Guard Road, Columbia, SC

29201­4766

DAHA39

VQ

USPFO for South Dakota, Camp Rapid, Rapid City, SD 57702­8186

DAHA40

YX

USPFO for Tennessee, Powell Avenue, P.O. Box 40748, Nashville,

TN 37204­0748

DAHA41

9C

USPFO for Texas, 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

ZR

USPFO for Virginia, 501 East Franklin Street, Richmond, VA

23219­2317

DAHA45

ZX

USPFO for Washington, Camp Murray, Tacoma, WA 98430­5000

DAHA46

USPFO for West Virginia, 50 Armory Road, Buckhannon, WV 26201­

2396

DAHA47

9G

USPFO for Wisconsin, 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 96816­

4495

DAHA51

2Z

USPFO for Alaska, 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

2Y

National Guard Bureau, Contracting Support, 5109 Leesburg Pike,

Suite 401­B, Falls Church, VA 22041­3201

DAHC21

G3

MTMC Eastern Area, Acquisition Division, ATTN: MTEA­LOA,

Building 427, Military Ocean Terminal, Bayonne, NJ 07002­5302

DAHC22

DP

HQ MTMC, Acquisition Division, ATTN: MTAQ­AT, Room B24­L, 5611

Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC23

G4

MTMC, Western Area, Oakland Army Base, ATTN: MTWA­LOA, Building

1, Alaska Street, Room 2336, Oakland, CA 94026­5000

DAHC24

1B

HQ MTMC, Acquisition Division, ATTN: MTAQ­AS, Room 725, 5611

Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC25

1W

HQ MTMC, Directorate of Personal Property, ATTN: MTPP, 5611

Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041­5050

DAHC26

0E

HQ MTMC, Program Support Division, ATTN: MTAQ­AF, Stop 898, Fort

Belvoir, VA 22060­5898

DAHC30

0F

U.S. Army Military District of Washington, Directorate of

Contracting, ATTN: ANOC­Z, Building 15, Cameron Station, Alexandria,

VA 22304­5050

DAHC32

0M

National Defense University, Contracting Office, ATTN: NDU­LG­P,

Building 62, Fort Leslie J. McNair, Washington, DC 20319

DAHC35

2M

USA Garrison Fort Belvoir, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

ANFB­OC, 9410 Jackson Loop, Suite 101, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5134

DAHC36

1J

Fort Meade Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: ANME­OC, Building

2234, Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755­5081

DAHC38

2S

Fort Ritchie Directorate of Contracting, Fort Ritchie, MD 21719

DAHC75

0U

U.S. Army, Pacific, Office of the ACSAM, ATTN: APAM, Building

T115, Palm Circle Drive, Fort Shafter, HI 96858­5100

DAHC76

8U

U.S. Army Garrison, Alaska, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

APVR­DOC, P.O. Box 5­525, Fort Richardson, AK 99505­0525

DAHC77

CJ

U.S. Army Support Command, Hawaii, Directorate of Contracting,

ATTN: APVG­GK, Building 520, Pierce Street, Fort Shafter, HI 96858­

5025

DAHC90

YJ

U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, ATTN: IAPARC,

Building 2444 (Stop 370), Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­5368

DAHC92

1V

U.S. Army Garrison, Panama, Directorate of Contracting, ATTN:

SOCO­CO, Unit 7116, APO AA 34002­5000

DAHC94

BD

U.S. Army Info Sys Sel & Acq Activity, ATTN: ISSA­PP, 2461

Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22331­0700

DAJA01

9Q

RCO Vicenza, ATTN: AEUCC­I, Unit 31401, Box 33, APO AE 09630

DAJA02

G5

RCO Seckenheim, ATTN: AEUCC­S, Unit 29331, APO AE 09266

DAJA04

9R

RCO Fuerth, ATTN: AEUCC­FU, Unit 28130, APO AE 09222

DAJA16

8X

RCO Grafenwoehr, ATTN: AEUCC­G, Unit 28130, APO AE 09114

DAJA22

G6

Wiesbaden Regional Contracting Center, ATTN: AEUCC­C, CMR 410,

Box 741, APO AE, 09096

DAJA61

9Z

RCO Benelux, ATTN: AEUCC­B, PSC 79, Box 003, APO AE 09724

DAJA89

F0

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RCO Wuerzburg, Suboffice of Fuerth, ATTN: AEUCC­W, River

Building, 3rd Floor, APO AE 09244

DAJA90

0T

RCO Bad Kreuznach, ATTN: AEUCC­BK, Unit 24307, APO AE 09252

DAJB03

F4

HQ, EUSA, Asst Cofs Acquisition Mgt, ATTN: EAAQ (PARC), Unit

15236, APO AP 96205­0009

DAKF04

ZE

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZJ­DC, P.O. Box 10039, Fort

Irwin, CA 92310­5000

DAKF06

1C

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZC­DOC, Building 6222, Fort

Carson, CO 80913­5022

DAKF10

1D

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZP­DC, Building 622, 2nd

Floor, Fort Stewart, GA 31314­5189

DAKF11

1E

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZK­DOC, Building 184, Fort

McPherson, GA 30330­5000

DAKF12

BC

FORSCOM Central Contracting Office, ATTN: FCJ4­PRC, Building

130, Fort McPherson, GA 30330­6000

DAKF19

1G

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZN­DOC, P.O. Box 2248, Fort

Riley, KS 66442­0248

DAKF23

1H

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZB­DOC, Building 2174,

Street 13A, Fort Campbell, KY 42223­1100

DAKF24

G1

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZX­DOC, P.O. Drawer 3918,

Fort Polk, LA 71459­5000

DAKF29

2G

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZI­DOC, Building 5418, South

Scott Plaza, Fort Dix, NJ 08640­6150

DAKF31

1K

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZD­DOC, Building 227, Fort

Devens, MA 01433­5340

DAKF36

1M

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZS­DOC, West Street,

Building T­45, Fort Drum, NY 13602­5220

DAKF40

1N

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZA­DC, Drawer 70120, Fort

Bragg, NC 28307­0120

DAKF48

1Q

Headquarters, III Corps and Fort Hood, Directorate of

Contracting, ATTN: AFZF­DOC, Building 1001 (Room W103), Fort Hood,

TX 76544­5059

DAKF57

1T

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZH­DOC, Rainer Drive,

Building 9504, Fort Lewis, WA 98433­5000

DAKF61

1U

Directorate of Contracting, ATTN: AFZR­DOC, Building 2103, Fort

McCoy, WI 54656­5000

DAMD17

B3

U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity, ATTN: SGRD­RMA,

Building 820, Chandler Street, Frederick, MD 21702­5014

DASA01

G0

Commander, 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

CB

USA Strategic Defense Command, Deputy Commander, ATTN: CSSD­CM­

AC, P.O. Box 1500, Huntsville, AL 35807­3801

DASG62

CH

U.S. Army Space Command, ATTN: MOSC­SC, 1670 North Newport Road,

Suite 211, Colorado Springs, CO 80916­2749

DASW01

F7

Defense Supply Service­­Washington, ATTN: Policy and Compliance,

5200 Army Pentagon, Room 1D245, Washington, DC 20310­5200

DATM01

0R

U.S. Army OPTEC Contacting Activity, ATTN: CSTE­ZOC, P.O. Box Y,

Fort Hood, TX 76544­5065

158. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 5,

entitled ``Air Force Activity Address Numbers'' to read as follows:

PART 5­­AIR FORCE ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

F01600

5A

42 CONS/CC, 50 Lemay Plaza S, Bldg 804, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112­

6334

F01620

6K

SSC/PK, 375 Libby Street, MAFB­Gunter Annex, AL 36114­6343

F02601

5C

355 CONS/CC, 3180 S. Craycroft Road, Davis­Monthan AFB, AZ

85707­3522

F02604

5D

56 CONS/CC, 14100 West Eagle St, Luke AFB, AZ 85309­1217

F03602

5F

314 CONS/CC, 642 Thomas Avenue, Little Rock AFB, AR 72099­5019

F04604

5G

93 CONS/CC, F St Bldg 708, Castle AFB, CA 95340­5320

F04605

5H

722 CONS, 1485 Graeber St, Ste 21, March AFB, CA 92518­1729

F04606

SM

SM­ALC/PK, Bldg 200, 3237 Peacekeeper Way, Ste 17, McClellan

AFB, CA 95652­1060

F04611

QQ

AFFTC/PK, Bldg 2800, 5 S Wolfe Ave, Edwards AFB, CA 93524­1185

F04626

5M

60 CONS/LGC, 350 Hangar Avenue, Bldg 549, Travis AFB, CA 94535­

2632

F04666

5N

9 CONS/CC, 6500 B St, Ste 101, Beale AFB, CA 95903­1712

F04684

QW

30 CONS/LGC, 806 13th St, Ste D, Bldg 7015 Sect 2c, Vandenberg

AFB, CA 93437­5226

F04689

RN

750 LSS/LGC, 1080 Lockheed Way, Box 039, Onizuka AFB, CA 94089­

1234

F04690

RF

Det 2, SMC/PK, 1080 Lockheed Way Box 043, Onizuka AFB, CA 94089­

1235

F04693

MG

SMC/PKD, 400 N Douglas Blvd Ste 212E, Los Angeles, CA 90245­4640

F04699

Q5

SM­ALC/PK, Bldg 200 3227 Peacekeeper Way Ste 17, McClellan AFB,

CA 95652­1060

F04700

Q2

AFFTC/PKA, 5 S Wolfe Ave, Building 2800, Edwards AFB, CA 93524­

1185

F04071

TB

SMC/PK, 155 Discovery Blvd Ste 1516, Los Angeles, CA 90245­4692

F04704

R9

Det 10 SMC/PK, Bldg 951, 1111 E. Mill St Rm 104, San Bernardino,

CA 92408­1621

F05603

HQ AFSPC/LGC, 150 Vandenberg Street Ste 1105, Peterson AFB, CO

80914­4350

F05604

SX

21 CONS/LGC, 700 Suffolk Street, Peterson AFB, CO 80914­1200

F05611

5Q

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10 ABW/LGC, 8110 Industrial Drive Ste 200, USAF Academy, CO

80840­2315

F07603

5R

436 CONS/LGC, 639 Atlantic Street Ste 243, Dover AFB, DE 19902­

5639

F08602

5S

56 CONS/CC, 3014 Zemke Avenue, MacDill AFB, FL 33621­5000

F08620

5T

16 CONS/LGC, P.O. Box 9190, 350 Tully Street, Hurlburt Field, FL

32544­5825

F08626

QU

OL/PK ASC/PK, 205 West D Ave, Ste 433, Bldg 350, Eglin AFB, FL

32542­6864

F08630

S1

OL­MNK ASC/MNK, 101 W Eglin Blvd, Ste 337, Bldg 13, Eglin AFB,

FL 32542­6810

F08635

RH

AFDTC/PK, Bldg 350, 205 West D Avenue Ste 433, Eglin AFB, FL

32542­6864

F08637

5V

325 CONS/CC, 501 Illinois Ave Ste 5, Tyndall AFB, FL 32403­5526

F08650

TJ

45 CONS/PKESM, 1201 Minuteman Street, Patrick AFB, FL 32925­5432

F08651

Q3

AFDTC/PKO, 205 West D Ave Ste 541, Eglin AFB, FL 32542­6862

F09603

RJ, RR

WR­ALC/PK, Bldg 300, 215 Byron Street, Robins AFB, GA 31098­1611

F09604

RU

Det 8, 2762 LS(SP)/PK, 750 3rd St, Bldg 350, Robins AFB, GA

31098­2122

F09607

5W

347 CONS/CC, 4380B Alabama Rd, Moody AFB, GA 31699­1793

F09609

5X

94 LG/LGC, 1538 Atlanta Ave Ste 104, Dobbins AFB, GA 30069­4824

F09634

5Y

HQ AFRES/LGC, 155 2nd St, Robins AFB, GA 31098­1638

F09650

Q6

WR­ALC/PKO, Bldg 300, 215 Byron Street, Robins AFB, GA 31098­

1803

F10603

5Z

366 CONS/CC, 366 Gunfighter Ave Ste 498, Mountain Home AFB, ID

83648­4037

F11603

6B

928 AW/LGC, 6626 N. Patton Rd Ste 94, Chicago O'Hare IAP, IL

60666­5023

F11623

6C

375 CONS/LGC, 102 E Martin Street Ste 216, Scott AFB, IL 62225­

5015

F11624

X4

CSPO/CGZ, 3205 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225­5425

F11626

HQ AMC/DOKR, 402 Scott Dr Unit 3A1, Scott AFB, IL 62225­5302

F12617

6D

434 LSS/LGC, 2 Kittyhawk St, Grissom ARB, IN 46971­5320

F14614

6E

22 CONS/LGC, 53147 Kansas St Ste 102, McConnell AFB, KS 67221­

3606

F16602

6G

2 CONS/CC, 841 Fairchild Ave., Barksdale AFB, LA 71110

F19617

R5

439 LSS/LGC, 100 Logistics Dr, 2nd Floor Ste 200, Westover ARB,

MA 01022­1531

F19628

RS

ESC/PK, Bldg 1520, 104 Barksdale Street, Hanscom AFB, MA 01731­

1806

F19650

SH

ESC/PKO, Bldg 1520, 104 Barksdale Street, Hanscom AFB, MA 01731­

2816

F20613

6L

410 CONS/CC, 417 A Ave Ste 112, Sawyer AFB, MI 49843­3299

F21611

6N

934 LG/LGC, 760 Military Hwy, Minneapolis, MN 55450

F22600

RC

81 CONS/CC, 200 Fifth St Ste 101, Keesler AFB, MS 39534­2102

F22608

6Q

14 CONS/CC, 555 Seventh Street Ste 113, Columbus AFB, MS 39701­

1006

F23606

6R

509 CONS/CC, 850 Arnold Ave Bldg 705, Whiteman AFB, MO 65305­

5021

F24604

6T

341 CONS/LGC, 7015 Goddard Dr, Malmstrom AFB, MT 59402­6863

F25600

6U

55 CONS/CC, MBB 09 106 Peacekeeper Dr Ste 2N3, Offutt AFB, NE

68113­5320

F26600

S4

554 CONS/CC 5865 Swabb Blvd, Nellis AFB, NV 89191­7063

F28609

6V

305 CONS/LGC, 3563 Lancaster Ave, McGuire AFB, NJ 08641­2712

F28620

M1

65 CONS/CC, APO AE 09720­7775

F28620

S8

65 CONS/O1­A, PO Box 837, Wrightstown, NJ 05862­0837

F29601

RW

PL/PK, Bldg 499, 3651 Lowry Ave SE Rm 222, Phillips Laboratory,

Kirtland AFB, NM 87117­5777

F29605

6W

27 CONS/CC, 100 North Torch Blvd, Cannon AFB, NM 88103­5320

F29650

R3

PL/PKO, 3651 Lowry Ave SE Rm 117, Kirtland AFB, NM 87117­5777

F29651

6X

49 CONS/CC, PO Drawer S, Holloman AFB, NM 88330­1601

F30602

RX

RL/PK, Bldg 106, 26 Electronic Pky, Griffiss AFB, NY 13441­4514

F30617

6Y

914 AW/LGC, 2720 Kirkbridge Drive, Niagara Falls IAP­ARS, NY

14304­5320

F30635

S3

416 CONS/CC, 375 Brooks Road, Griffiss AFB, NY 13440

F30636

6Z

380 CONS/LGC, 11 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh AFB, NY 12903­3506

F31601

BU

23 CONS/CC, 1443 Reilly Rd Ste C, Pope AFB, NC 28308­2896

F31610

BW

4 CONS/CC, 1695 Wright Ave, Seymour Johnson AFB, NY 27531­2459

F32604

BX

5 CONS/CC, 211 Missile Ave, Minot AFB, ND 58705­5027

F32605

BY

319 CONS/CC, 575 6th Ave, Grand Forks AFB, ND 58205­6436

F33600

RZ

ASC/PKW, 1940 Allbrook Dr Ste 3, Bldg 1, Wright Patterson AFB,

OH 45433­5309

F33601

Q7

ASC/PKWO, 1940 Allbrook Dr Ste 3, Bldg 1, Wright Patterson AFB,

OH 45433­5309

F33615

SG

WL/PK, Bldg 7, 2530 C Street, Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433­

7607

F33630

C1

910 AW/LGC, 3976 King Graves Rd, Youngstown­Warren Rgl Arpt,

Youngstown ARP, OH 44473­0910

F33657

SC

ASD/PK, Bldg 14, 1865 Fourth St Ste 6, Wright Patterson AFB, OH

45433­7120

F33659

Q8

AGMC/PK, Bldg 2, 813 Irving Wick Dr West, Newark AFB, OH 43055­

0027

F33660

TA

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AGMC/PKY, Bldg 2, 813 Irving Wick Drive/W, Newark AFB, OH 43057­

0027

F34600

C2

71 FTW/CVC, 246 Brown Pkwy Ste 228, Vance AFB, OK 73705­5037

F34601

SD

OC­ALC/PK, 3001 Staff Dr Ste 1AG76A, Tinker AFB, OK 73145­3015

F34608

TF

CSC/PK, 4009 Hilltop Rd, Ste 103, Tinker AFB, OK 73145­2713

F34612

C3

97 CONS/CC, 205 South 6th St Bldg 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523­5147

F34650

Q9

OC­ALC/PKO, Bldg 3 7858 Fifth St Ste 1, Tinker AFB, OK 73145­

3015

F36629

C7

911 AW/LGC, 316 Defense Ave Ste 101, Corapolis, PA, Pittsburgh

IAP­ARS PA 15108­4403

F36700

C8

913 AW/LGC, 1051 Fairchild Street, Willow Grove ARS, PA 19090­

5203

F38601

C9

20 CONS/CC, 305 Blue Jay St, Shaw AFB, SC 29152­5320

F38604

T3

USCENTAF, Bldg 1132, Shaw AFB, SC 29152

F38610

CR

437 CONS/LGC, 102 Long Street, Charleston AFB, SC 29404­4829

F39601

CT

28 CONS/CC, 2704 George Dr, Ellsworth AFB, SD 57706­5320

F40600

Q4

AEDC/PK, Bldg 100, 100 Kindel Dr Ste 1335, Arnold AFB, TN 37389­

1335

F40650

D1

AEDC/PKP, Bldg 100, 100 Kindel Dr Ste 1332, Arnold AFB, TN

37389­1332

F41608

SA

SA­ALC/PK, Bldg 43, 143 Billy Mitchell Rd, Kelly AFB, TX 78241­

6014

F41612

D4

82 CONS/CC, 136 K Avenue Ste 2, Sheppard AFB, TX 76311­2739

F41614

E2

17 CONS/CC, 210 Scherz Boulevard, Goodfellow AFB, TX 76908­4705

F41620

E3

64 CONS/CC, 300 Reese Blvd Ste 7, Reese AFB, TX 79489­5032

F41622

QY

HSC/PKO, Bldg 625, 8005 9th St, Brooks AFB, TX 78235­5353

F41624

TG

HSC/PK, Bldg 626, 8005 9th St, Brooks AFB, TX 78235­5353

F41636

ZV

37 CONS/CC, 1655 Selfridge Avenue, Lackland AFB, TX 78236­5253

F41650

YA

SA­ALC/PKO, Bldg 1598, 1288 Growden Rd, Kelly AFB, TX 78251­5318

F41652

E5

7 CONS/CC, 381 3rd St, Dyess AFB, TX 79607­5320

F41685

E6

47 CONS/CC, 171 Alabama Ave, Laughlin AFB, TX 78843­5102

F41689

SK

AETC CONS/CC, 550 D Street Ste 07, Randolph AFB, TX 78150­4434

F41691

Y0

12 CONS/CC, 395 B Street West Ste 02, Randolph AFB, TX 78150­

4525

F42600

QP

OO­ALC/PK, Bldg 1289, 6038 Aspen Ave, Hill AFB, UT 84056­5805

F42610

QP

OO­ALC/LMK, Bldg 1258, 6014 Dogwood Ave, Hill AFB, UT 84056­5821

F42620

QP

OO­ALC/LAK, Bldg 1233, 6072 Fir Avenue, Hill AFB, UT 84056­5820

F42630

QP

OO­ALC/LIK, Bldg 1215, 6050 Gum Lane, Hill AFB, UT 84056­5825

F42650

R2

OO­ALC/PKO, Bldg 1289 NE 6038 Aspen Ave, Hill AFB, UT 84056­5805

F44600

F3

1 CONS/CC, 74 Nealy Ave Ste 109, Langley AFB, VA 23665­2088

F44650

Q1

ACC CONS, 227 Harding Ave Ste 302, Langley AFB, VA 23665

F45603

F5

62 CONS/LGC, 100 Main Street Ste 1049, McChord AFB, WA 98438­

1109

F45613

F8

92 CONS/LGC, 110 W Ent St Ste 200, Fairchild AFB, WA 99011­9403

F47606

G7

440 AW/LGC, 300 East College Avenue, Gen. Mitchell IAP­ARS, WI

53207­6299

F48608

G9

90 CONS/LGC, 7505 Marne Loop, F.E. Warren AFB, WY 82005­2860

F49620

SE

AFOSR/PK, Bldg 410, 110 Duncan Ave Ste B115, Bolling AFB, DC

20332­0001

F49642

J1

11 CONS/LGC, 3534 Ohio Dr, Andrews AFB, MD 20331­5152

F61101

T1

Det 1, 21 CONS/CC, APO AE 09710­5000

F61211

N9

31 FW/LGC, Unit 6102, Box 140, Aviano AB APO AE 09601­2140

F61354

W8

741 ABS/LGC, Unit 6870, Box 85, Izmir AB APO AE 09821­7085

F61358

W9

39 CONS/LGC, Unit 730, Box 285, Incirlik AB APO AE 09824­0285

F61503

UC

435 AW/LGC, Unit 7420 Box 115, Rhein Main AB APO AE 09097­0115

F61517

UF

52 CON FLT/LGC, Unit 3910, Bldg 2001, Spangdahlem AB APO AE

09137­3910

F61521

UH, UJ

USAFE CONS/LGC, Unit 3115, Ramstein AB AE 09094­3115

F61708

UK

603 CS/CON, Unit 5500, Bldg 202, RAF Croughton APO AE 09494­5500

F61730

UQ

OL­C 10 LG/LGC, Unit 5720, RAF Upwood APO AE 09470­5720

F61775

UV

48 CONS/LGC, Unit 5070, Box 270, RAF Feltwell APO AE 09461­0270

F61815

UW

496 ABS/LGC, Unit 6585, Moron AB APO AE 09643­6585

F62032

4D

USMTM, Unit 61300 Box 2, APO AE 05862­0837

F62321

RA

18 CONS/LGC, Unit 5199, Kadena AB APO AP 96368­5199

F62509

QZ

35 CONS, Unit 5201, Misawa AB APO AP 96319­5201

F62562

SW

374 CONS/LGC, Unit 5228, Yokota AB AP 96328­5228

F64133

S9

36 CONS/CC, Unit 14040, Anderson AFB APO AP 96543­4040

F64605

TN

15 CONS/LGC, 90 G Street, Hickam AFB, HI 96853­5230

F65501

WF

3 CONS/CC, 6920 12th Street Ste 242, Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506­

2570

F65503

WH

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354 CONS/LGC, 3112 Broadway Avenue Ste 3, Eielson AFB, AK 99702­

1850

F66501

R7

24 CONS/CC, Unit 0550, Howard AFB APO AA 34001­0550

FA0021

HQ AFSOC/LGCX, 100 Bartley St, Hurlburt Field, FL 32544­5273

FA2550

50 LSS/LGC, 300 O'Malley Avenue, Suite 30, Falcom AFB, CO 80912­

3030

FA4416

5J

89 CONS/LGC, 1419 Menoher Dr, Andrews AFB, MD 20331­5000

FA4452

RL

AMCCONF/LGCF, 102 E. Martin St., Rm 216, Scott AFB, IL 62225­

5015

FA6648

5U

482 LSSQ/LGC, 360 Coral Sea Blvd Rm 112, Homestead ARB, FL

33039­1299

FA6652

E9

924 FW/LGC, PO Box 1460, Del Valle, TX 78617­1460

FA6675

D5

301 LG/LGC, 1710 Burke Ave., NAS Joint Reserve Base, Fort Worth,

TX 76127­6200

159. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 6,

entitled ``Defense Logistics Agency Activity Address Numbers'' to read

as follows:

PART 6­­DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

SP0100

TW

Defense Personnel Support Center, Directorate of Clothing and

Textiles, 2800 South 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19109­8419

SP0103

W7

Defense Personnel Support Center, Installation Support, 2800

South 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19109­8419

SP0200

TX

Defense Personnel Support Center, Directorate of Medical

Materiel, 2800 South 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

SP0300

UE

Defense Personnel Support Center, Directorate of Subsistence,

2800 South 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19101­8419

SP0302

W6

Defense Subsistence Region Pacific, ATTN: DSR­Pacific, 2155

Mariner Square Loop, Alameda, CA 94501­1022

SP0303

U6

Defense Subsistence Region Europe, DSR Europe, APO AE 09052

SP0400

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Business Operations, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5770

SP0410

XH

Defense General Supply Center, Base Spt Div, Dir of Spec Proc,

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5312

SP0411

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br (ESOC), Customer Asst

Ctr, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5871

SP0413

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Spec Purchase Br, Prod Ctr Spt

Div, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5864

SP0414

TY

Defense General Supply Center, SASPS Phase I Br, Prod Ctr Spt

Div, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5863

SP0420

XK

Defense General Supply Center, DODDS Div., Dir Of Spec Proc,

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5313

SP0430

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 5, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5813

SP0440

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 7, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5834

SP0441

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 6, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5822

SP0450

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 4, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5800

SP0451

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 2, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5772

SP0460

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 1, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5772

SP0461

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Special Purchase Branch (SPUR),

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5864

SP0490

TY

Defense General Supply Center, Proc Br, Product Center 1, 8000

Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5846

SP0499

Defense General Supply Center­­FCIM, 8000 Jefferson Davis

Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5000

SP0500

TZ

Defense Industrial Supply Center, 700 Robbins Avenue,

Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

SP0510

W2

Defense Industrial Supply Center, Base Operating Support System,

700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

SP0520

Defense Industrial Supply Center, Product Verification Testing

Acquisition, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

SP0599

Defense Industrial Supply Center­­FCIM, 700 Robbins Avenue,

Philadelphia, PA 19111­5096

SP0600

UA

Defense Fuel Supply Center, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite

2533, Fort Belvoir, VA 22304­6160

SP0700

UB

Defense Construction Supply Center, P.O. Box 3990, Columbus, OH

43216­3990

SP0701

Defense Construction Supply Center, Directorate of Contracting

and Production, ATTN: DDCO TTC, Bldg 122, Columbus, OH 43216­5000

SP0710

YL

Defense Construction Supply Center, Commercial Activities and

Service Branch, P.O. Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5010

SP0720

YM

Defense Construction Supply Center, Wood Products Branch, P.O.

Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5010

SP0730

WZ

Defense Construction Supply Center, Military Interdepartmental

PR MIPR Division, P.O. Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43216­5000

SP0740

XJ

Defense Construction Supply Center, High Demand Group (MINI­

ICP), P.O. Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43216­5000

SP0750

UB

Defense Construction Supply Center, Contracts Division I, P.O.

Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5010

SP0760

UB

Defense Construction Supply Center, Contracts Division II, P.O.

Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5010

SP0770

UB

Defense Construction Supply Center, Contracts Division III, P.O.

Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5010

SP0780

Defense Construction Supply Center, Government Furnished

Property Acct,

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P.O. Box 16704, Columbus, OH 43216­5000

SP0799

Defense Construction Supply Center­­FCIM, P.O. Box 3990,

Columbus, OH 43216­5000

SP0833

VS

Defense National Stockpile Center, 8725 John J. Kingman Road,

Suite 3339, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060­6223

SP0834

VT

Defense National Stockpile Center, Zone 1­­Management Office,

Room 19­116, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278­5000

SP0835

VU

Defense National Stockpile Center, Zone 2­­Management Office,

3200 Sheffield Avenue, Hammond, IN 46327­5000

SP0836

VY

Defense National Stockpile Center, Zone 3­­Management Office,

819 Taylor Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102­5000

SP0900

UD

Defense Electronics Supply Center, 1507 Wilmington Pike, Dayton,

OH 45444­5000

SP0905

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Passive Devices Division,

1507 Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0910

U7

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Base Contracting Section,

1507 Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5000

SP0920

W4

Defense Electronics Supply Center, 1507 Wilmington Pike, Dayton,

OH 45444­5198

SP0930

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Switches Division, 1507

Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0935

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Connectors Division, 1507

Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0960

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Active Devices Division, 1507

Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0970

Defense Electronics Supply Center, ADP/Communications Division,

Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0980

Defense Electronics Supply Center, Tailored Logistics

Acquisitions, 1507 Wilmington Pike, Dayton, OH 45444­5198

SP0999

Defense Electronics Supply Center­­FCIM, 1507 Wilmington Pike,

Dayton, OH 45444­5160

SP3100

WX

Defense Distribution Region East (DDRE), Office of Contracting,

New Cumberland, PA 17070­5001

SP3200

TV

Defense Distribution Region West (DDRW), Office of Contracting,

Building S­4, Lathrop, CA 95330­5000

SP3500

UN

Defense Distribution Region East (DDRE), Office of Contracting,

New Cumberland, PA 17070­5001

SP4400

X1

Defense Reutilization Marketing Service, Federal Center, 74

Washington Avenue North, Battle Creek, MI 49017­3092

SP4410

X1

Defense Reutilization Marketing Service, Special Contracts

Division, ATTN: DRMS­PP, Federal Center, 74 Washington Avenue North,

Battle Creek, MI 49017­3092

SP4700

YK

Defense Logistics Agency, ADP Telecommunications Contracting

Office, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 2533, Fort Belvoir, VA

22060­6221

SP4800

Defense Logistics Agency, Office of Small and Disadvantaged

Business Utilization, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 2533, Fort

Belvoir, VA 22060­6221

SBL00A

MJ

DCMAO Brussels/Emb, PSC 82, Box 002, APO AE 09724

SCN01A

WV

DCMAO Canada, 275 Bank Street, Suite 200, Ottawa, ON Canada K2P

SGR18A

DCMAO Frankfurt, CMR 410, Box 761, APO AP 09096

SJP10A

Y9

DCMAO 6TSUGI Japan, PSC 477, Box 39, APO AP 96306­2739

SKR08A

R1

DCMAO Korea, Unit 2000, APO AE 96214­5000

SM104A

XC

DCMAO Kuala Lumpur, American Embassy, APO AP 96535­5000

SPH07A

DCMAOR Manila, APO CA, San Francisco, CA 96440

SPR01A

QF

DCMAO Puerto Rico, P.O. Box DLA (NSGA), FPO AA 34053­0007

SPR02A

DCMAOR Alverca, Alverca Portugal, APO PO 09726

SSR01A

YE

DCMAO Israel, Unit 228, APO AE 09830­7228

STR02A

TQ

DCMAO Ankara, Unit 9050, APO AE 09822­9050

SUK12A

VN

DCMAO United Kingdom, Unit 4790, APO AE 09449­4790

S0102A

WA

DPRO Pemco Aeroplex, Inc., P.O. Box 12447, Birmingham, AL 35202­

2447

S0302A

WY

DCMAO Phoenix, The Monroe School, 215 North 7th Street, Phoenix,

AZ 85034­1012

S0304A

TR

DPRO McDonnell Douglas Helicopter, 5000 East McDowell Road,

Mesa, AZ 85025­9797

S0305A

SR

DPRO Hughes, Tucson, P.O. Box 1137 M/S E­4, Tucson, AZ 85734­

1337

S0506A

WL

DCMD West, 222 North Sepulveda Boulevard, El Segundo, CA 90245­

4320

S0507A

XR

DCMAO San Francisco, 1250 Bayhill Drive, San Bruno, CA 94066­

3070

S0512A

YC

DCMAO Van Nuys, 6230 Van Nuys Boulevard, Van Nuys, CA 91401­2713

S0513A

UG

DCMAO Santa Ana, 34 Civic Center Plaza, P.O. Box C 12700, Santa

Ana, CA 92712­2700

S0514A

VH

DCMAO San Diego, 7675 Dagget Street, Suite 200, San Diego, CA

92111­2241

S0520A

VR

DPRO United Defense, California, 1125 Coleman Avenue, P.O. Box

367, San Jose, CA 95103­0367

S0523A

YG

DPRO Westinghouse, 401 East Hendy Avenue, P.O. Box 3499, M/S 11­

7, Sunnyvale, CA 94088­3499

S0530A

X9

DPRO McDonnell Douglas, Space Systems Company, 5301 Bolsa

Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92647­2048

S0533A

XG

DPRO Hughes, Fullerton, 1901 West Malvern Street, P.O. Box 3310,

Fullerton, CA 92634­3310

S0539A

QT

DPRO Hughes, Los Angeles, P.O. Box 92463, Los Angeles, CA 90009­

2463

S0540A

RB

DPRO Rockwell, Anaheim, 3370 Miraloma Avenue, M/S AB02A,

Anaheim, CA 92803­3110

S0542A

RY

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DPRO Rockwell, Canoga Park, 6633 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, CA

91303­2790

S0543A

QX

DPRO Lockheed, Sunnyvale, P.O. Box 3504, Sunnyvale, CA 94088­

3504

S0544A

TC

DPRO Douglas, Long Beach, 3855 Lakewood Boulevard, Long Beach,

CA 90846­0001

S0545A

S6

DPRO TRW, Redondo Beach, One Space Park, Redondo Beach, CA

90278­1078

S0546A

QR

DPRO Northrop, Hawthorne, One Northrop Avenue, Hawthorne, CA

90250­3296

S0602A

VK

DCMAO Denver, Orchard Place 2, Suite 200, 5975 Greenwood Plaza

Boulevard, Englewood, CO 80111­4715

S0605A

RE

DPRO Martin Marietta, Denver, P.O. Box 179, Denver, CO 80201­

0179

S0701A

WB

DCMAO Hartford, 130 Darlin Street, East Hartford, CT 06108­3234

S0702A

UP

DCMAO Stratford, 555 Main Street, Stratford, CT 06497­7593

S0703A

XT

DPRO Hamilton Standard, 1 Hamilton Road, Windsor Locks, CT

06096­0463

S0707A

LF

DPRO UTC Sikorsky Aircraft Division, Stratford, CT 06497­7553

S0708A

T5

DPRO Pratt & Whitney, East Hartford, 400 Main Street, East

Hartford, CT 06108­0969

S1002A

WW

DCMAO Orlando, 3555 Maguire Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32803­3726

S1005A

XL

DPRO Martin Marietta, Orlando, 5600 Sand Lake Road, MP49,

Orlando, FL 32819­8907

S1009A

V1

DPRO Harris, Melbourne, 1425 Troutman Boulevard, NE, Palm Bay,

FL 32905­4102

S1011A

T2

DPRO Pratt & Whitney, West Palm Beach, P.O. Box 109600, West

Palm Beach, FL 33410­9600

S1102A

UL

DCMD South, 805 Walker Street, Marietta, GA 30060­2789

S1103A

Y1

DCMAO Atlanta, 805 Walker Street, Marietta, GA 30060­2789

S1109A

Z4

DCMAO Clearwater, 1100 Cleveland Street, Suite 200, Clearwater,

FL 34615­4822

S1110A

Z5

DPRO Grumman, St. Augustine, 5000 US Highway 1, North, P.O.

Drawer 3447, St. Augustine, FL 32085­3447

S1111A

RK

DPRO Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Co.­­Georgia, 86 South Cobb

Drive, Bldg B­2, Marietta, GA 30063­0260

S1201A

Z9

DCMAO Residency, Honolulu, Box 64110, Camp HM Smith, Honolulu,

HI 96861­4110

S1211A

U8

DCMC Aircraft Program Management Office, 805 Walker Street,

Marietta, GA 30060­2789

S1221A

X5

DPRO Grumman, P.O. Box 9650, Melbourne, FL 32902­9650

S1403A

YP

DCMAO Chicago, O'Hare International Airport, P.O. Box 66911,

Chicago, IL 60666­0911

S1501A

WG

DCMAO Indianapolis, Building 1, Fort Benjamin Harris, IN 46249­

5701

S1505A

X2

DPRO Magnavox, 1616 Directors Row, Fort Wayne, IN 46808­1286

S1701A

YD

DCMAO Wichita, U.S. Courthouse, Suite B­34, 401 North Market,

Wichita, KS 67202­2095

S1702A

RP

DPRO Boeing Military Airplanes, P.O. Box 7723, Wichita, KS

67277­7723

S1903A

DPRO Michoud, 13800 Old Gentilly Hwy, Building 350, P.O. Box

29503, New Orleans, LA 70189­0503

S2102A

7H

Defense Contract Management Residency, 895 Oceanic Drive, P.O.

Box 1488, Annapolis, MD 21401­1488

S2103A

S2

DPRO Westinghouse Electric­­Baltimore, P.O. Box 1693, M/S 1265,

Baltimore, MD 21203­1693

S2202A

UT

DCMD Northeast, 495 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210­2184

S2203A

XX

DPRO GTE Government Systems Corp, 200 First Avenue, Needham, MA

02194­9123

S2205A

XF

DPRO Raytheon, Spencer Laboratory, Wayside Avenue, Burlington,

MA 01803­0901

S2206A

Y3

DCMAO Boston, 495 Summer Street Boston, MA 02210­2138

S2207A

7Q

DPRO GE Aircraft Engines, Lynn, 1000 Western Avenue, Lynn, MA

01910­0445

S2208A

NJ

DPRO Martin Marietta Defense Systems, 100 Plastics Avenue,

Pittsfield, MA 01201­3696

S2209A

SQ

DPRO Textron Defense Systems, 201 Lowell Street, Wilmington, MA

01887­2941

S2303A

VW

DCMAO Grand Rapids, Riverview Center Building, 678 Front Street,

NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504­5352

S2305A

Y7

DCMAO Detroit, McNamara Federal Building, 477 Michigan Avenue,

Detroit, MI 48226­2579

S2401A

WQ

DCMAO Twin Cities, 2305 Ford Parkway, St. Paul, MN 55116­1893

S2402A

WD

DPRO Honeywell/Alliant Techsystems, Honeywell Plaza, 2701 4th

Avenue, South Minneapolis, MN 54408­1792

S2404A

UR

DCMAO Baltimore, 200 Towsontown Boulevard, West, Towson, MD

21204­5299

S2603A

XS

DCMAO St Louis, 1222 Spruce Street, St. Louis, MO 63103­2811

S2606A

JZ

DPRO McDonnell Douglas, St. Louis, P.O. Box 516, St. Louis, MO

63166­0516

S3001A

YS

DPRO Lockheed Sanders, Inc., Daniel Webster Highway, South, P.O.

Box 868, Nashua, NH 03061­0868

S3101A

WT

DCMAO Springfield, 955 South Springfield Avenue, Springfield, NJ

07081­3170

S3102A

UU

DPRO Allied Signal, Route 46, Teterboro, NJ 07608­1173

S3109A

WC

DPRO GEC/Kearfott, 164 Totowa Road, MS 11A30, Wayne, NJ 07474­

0975

S3110A

X7

DPRO GE Aerospace, Marne Highway and Borton Landing Road,

Moorestown, NJ 08057­3095

S3304A

XQ

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DPRO Link Flight Simulation, Kirkwood Plant, P.O. Box 1237,

Binghamton, NY 13902­1237

S3306A

XU

DCMAO Syracuse, 615 Erie Boulevard West, Syracuse, NY 13204­2408

S3309A

VX

DCMAO Garden City, 605 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530­

4761

S3314A

YN

DPRO Harris, 6801 Jericho Turnpike, Syosset, NY 11791­4465

S3315A

YR

DPRO IBM, Route 17C, Owego, NY 13827­1298

S3316A

KK

DPRO Grumman Aerospace, Bethpage,

Bethpage, NY 11714­3593

S3317A

NH

DPRO Unisys, Great Neck, Long Island, Great Neck, NY 11020­7001

S3602A

SB

DPRO GE Aircraft Engines, Evendale, Mail Drop N­1, Cincinnati,

OH 45215­6303

S3603A

VB

DCMAO Cleveland, A J Celebrezze Federal Building, 1240 East

Ninth Street, Cleveland, OH 44199­2063

S3605A

VL

DCMAO Dayton, Gentile Station, 1001 Hamilton Street, Dayton, OH

45444­5300

S3613A

YB

DPRO Westinghouse, Cleveland, 18901 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH

44117­1388

S3615A

YH

DPRO Williams International, c/o Williams International

Corporation, 2280 West Maple Road, Walled Lake, MI 48088­0200

S3616A

X6

DPRO Loral, 1210 Massillon Road, Akron, OH 44315­0001

S3618A

YF

DPRO General Dynamics, Lima, 1155 Buckeye Road, Lima, OH 45804­

1898

S3620A

VA

Defense Contract Management Command, International Contracts

Division, 2000 Hamilton Street, Dayton, OH 45444­5410

S3910A

XA

DCMD Mid­Atlantic, P.O. Box 7478, Philadelphia, PA 19101­7478

S3911A

XD

DCMAO Pittsburgh, 1612 Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue,

Pittsburgh, PA 15222­4190

S3912A

XM

DCMAO Reading, 45 South Front Street, Reading, PA 19602­1094

S3915A

X3

DCMAO Philadelphia, P.O. Box 7699, Philadelphia, PA 19101­7699

S3916A

TU

DPRO Boeing Helicopters, P.O. Box 16859, Philadelphia, PA 19142­

0859

S4201A

XY

DPRO United Defense L.P., P.O. Box 15512, York, PA 17405­1512

S4402A

Z7

DCMAO Dallas, 1200 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75202­4399

S4404A

XN

DCMAO San Antonio, 615 East Houston, P.O. Box 1040, San Antonio,

TX 78294­1040

S4407A

WN

DPRO E­Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 6379, Greenville, TX 75403­6379

S4408A

XZ

DPRO Texas Instruments, Inc., P.O. Box 660246, MS 256, Dallas,

TX 75266­0246

S4418A

W1

DPRO Bell Helicopter Textron, P.O. Box 1605, Fort Worth, TX

76101­1605

S4419A

SL

TH

DPRO Lockheed, Fort Worth, P.O. Box 371, Fort Worth, TX 76101­

0371

S4420A

WP

DPRO Loral/Vought Systems, P.O. Box 655907, M/S 4915, Dallas, TX

75265­5907

S4503A

R6

DPRO Thiokol, P.O. Box 524, Mail Stop Z­10, Brigham City, UT

84302­0524

S4801A

XW

DCMAO Seattle, Building 5D, Naval Station Puget Sound, Seattle,

WA 98115­5010

S4804A

SP

DPRO Boeing, Seattle, P.O. Box 3707, Seattle, WA 98124­2207

S4807A

WM

DPRO, Stewart and Stevenson, Inc., 5000 Interstate 10 West, P.O.

Box 457, Sealy, TX 77474­0457

S4804A

SP

DPRO Boeing, Seattle, P.O. Box 3707, Seattle, WA 98124­2207

S4807A

WM

DPRO, Stewart and Stevenson, Inc., 5000 Interstate 10 West, P.O.

Box 457, Sealy, TX 77474­0457

160. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 7,

entitled ``Defense Information Systems Agency Activity Address

Numbers'' to read as follows:

PART 7­­DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DCA100

VC

Defense Information Systems Agency, Contract Management

Division, ATTN: PM, 701 South Courthouse Road, Arlington, VA 22204­

2199­­­­(ZD10)

DCA200

VP

Defense Commercial Communications Office, Directorate of Plans

and Policy, ATTN: DITCO­RP, 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225­

5406­­­­(ZD11)

DCA300

1F

DITCO­PAC/RUS, ATTN: RU, 99­080 Kauhale Street, Building C,

Suite 2, Aiea, HI 96701­4104­­­­(ZD13)

DCA400

WK

DECCO­­Europe, ATTN: RS, Unit 4235, Sembach Air Base, APO AE

09136­­­­(ZD14)

DCA500

KH

DECCO­­Alaska, ATTN: RT, 9864 L Street, Suite 201, Elmendorf

AFB, AK 99506­2615­­­­(ZD15)

DCA600

Y5

DISA/DITPRO, Office of Acquisition, ATTN: OA, 148 Redman Street,

Fort Ritchie, MD 21719­3201­­­­(ZD16)

161. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 8,

entitled ``Defense Mapping Agency Activity Address Numbers'' to read as

follows:

PART 8­­DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

DMA100

BQ

Defense Mapping Agency, Acquisition and Technology Procurement,

ATTN: PCA/D­88, 4600 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816­5003­­­­

(ZM100)

DMA201

Y2

Defense Mapping Agency, Micro Purchasing Operations (East),

ATTN: PCC­E/D­6, 4600 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816­5003­­­­

(ZM21)

DMA202

Z2

Defense Mapping Agency, Micro Purchasing Operations (West),

ATTN: PCC­W/L­13, 3200 South Second Street, St. Louis, MO 63118­

3399­­­­(ZM22)

DMA301

V2

Defense Mapping Agency, Operations Group Procurement (East),

ATTN: PCG­E/D­5, 4600 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816­5003­­­­

(ZM31)

DMA302

YQ

Defense Mapping Agency, Operations Group Procurement (West),

ATTN: PCG­

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W/L­13, 3200 South Second Street, St. Louis, MO 63118­3399­­­­(ZM32)

DMA401

BY

Defense Mapping Agency, Installations Procurement (East), ATTN:

PCI­E/D­6, 4600 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816­5003­­­­(ZM41)

DMA402

Defense Mapping Agency, Installations Procurement (West), ATTN:

PCI­W/L­13, 3200 South Second Street, St. Louis, MO 63118­3399­­­­

(ZM42)

162. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising in Part 9,

entitled ``Defense Nuclear Agency Activity Address Numbers'' the ATTN

line and the address in the activity address number ``DNA002­­0N to

read: ``ATTN: Acquisition Management Office (FCA), 1680 Texas Street,

S.E., Kirtland AFB, NM 87115­5669 (ZD31).''

163. Appendix G to Chapter 2 is amended by revising Part 10,

entitled ``Miscellaneous Defense Activities Activity Address Numbers''

to read as follows:

PART 10­­MISCELLANEOUS DEFENSE ACTIVITIES ACTIVITY ADDRESS NUMBERS

MDA112

E0

T­ASA, Sacramento Contracting Office, 3116 Peacekeeper Way,

McClellan AFB, CA 95652­1068­­­­(ZP12)

MDA113

VE

T­ASA, March Contracting Office, 1363 Z Street, March AFB, GA

92518­2717­­­­(ZP13)

MDA114

VV

T­ASA, Alexandria Contracting Office, 601 North Fairfax Drive,

Suite 311, Alexandria, VA 22314­2007­­­­(ZP14)

MDA410

DR

DoDDS, ATTN: Procurement Division, 4040 North Fairfax Drive, 8th

Floor, Arlington, VA 22203­1635­­­­(ZK10)

MDA412

9Y

DoDDs, European Procurement Office, Unit 29649, Box 4000, APO AE

09096­­­­(ZK12)

MDA414

Y4

DoD Education Activity, Education Supplies Procurement Office,

ATTN: DGSC­ED, 8000 Richmond Highway, Richmond, VA 23297­5320­­­­

(ZK14)

MDA416

YT

DoD Education Activity, Pacific Procurement Office, PSC 556, Box

796, FPO, AP 96386­0796­­­­(ZK16)

MDA904

Maryland Procurement Office, ATTN: N363, 9800 Savage Road, Fort

George G. Meade, MD 20755­6000­­­­(ZD04)

MDA905

B4

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, ATTN:

Directorate of Contracting, 4301 Jones Bridge Road, Bethesda, MD

20814­4799­­­­(ZD05)

MDA906

Office for the Civilian Health & Medical Program of the

Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS), ATTN: Contract Management Division,

Building 222, East Harlow Avenue, FAMC, Aurora, CO 80045­6900­­­­

(ZD06)

MDA907

Purchasing and Contracting Office, Menwith Hill Station, APO AE

09210­­­­(ZD07)

MDA908

2X

Virginia Contracting Activity, ATTN: DAP, P.O. Box 46563,

Washington, DC 20050­6563­­­­(ZD50)

MDA928

Armed Forces Radiobiology, Research Institute, ATTN: Acquisition

Management Office, 8901 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20889­5603­­

­­(ZD28)

MDA946

WHS Contracting Office, Real Estate Facilities Directorate,

ATTN: Director, Procurement & Contracts, 1155 Defense Pentagon, Room

1D198, Washington, DC 20301­1155­­­­(ZD46)

MDA972

WS

ARPA Contract Management Office, 3701 North Fairfax Drive,

Arlington, VA 22203­­­­(ZD72)

164. Appendix G is to Chapter 2 is amended by adding ``Part 14,

United States Special Operations Command Activity Address Numbers'' to

read as follows:

PART 14­­UNITED STATES SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND ACTIVITY ADDRESS

NUMBERS

USZA22

2U

USSOCOM Headquarters, Directorate of Procurement, 7701 Tampa

Point Boulevard, MacDill AFB, FL 33621­5323­­­­(ZA22)

USZA24

USSCOCOM, 24th STS, ATTN: MS­Z, Pope AFB, NC 28308­5000­­­­

(ZA24)

USZA90

USSOCOM, JSOC, P.O. Box 70329, Fort Bragg, NC 28307­5000­­­­

(ZA90)

USZA91

USSOCOM, SOTF, ATTN: Contracting, P.O. Box 70660, Fort Bragg, NC

28307­5000­­­­(ZA91)

USZA92

1F

USSOCOM, USASOC, ATTN: AOCO, Fort Bragg, NC 28307­5200­­­­(ZA92)

USZA95

1A

USSOCOM, TAKO, Contracting Division, ATTN: AMSAT­D­TK, 4300

Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120­­­­(ZA95)

USZA92

1F

US Special Operations Command­­USASOC, ATTN: AOCO, Fort Bragg,

NC 28307­5200­­­­(ZA92)

USZA95

1A

US Special Operations Command­­TAKO, Contracting Division, ATTN:

AMSAT­D­TK, 4300 Goodfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120­­­­(ZA95)

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