AFFARS PART 5350 - Extraordinary Contractual Actions and the Safety Act

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PART 5350 -
Extraordinary Contractual Actions and the Safety Act

[ Revised January 27, 2017 ]

SUBPART 5350.1 — GENERAL

5350.101-1 Authority

(b) The authorities, policies, and procedures established in this part are based on the authority of HAF MD 1-10, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition).

SUBPART 5350.102 — DELEGATION OF AND LIMITATIONS ON EXERCISE OF AUTHORITY


5350.102-1-70 Delegations

(a) The DAS(C) is authorized to deny any request for contract adjustment under FAR 50 and take any action pursuant to FAR 50.103-2(b) or FAR 50.103-2(c), including the authority to modify or release unaccrued obligations of any sort and to extend delivery and performance dates for amounts not exceeding $70,000.

5350.102-2 Contract Adjustment Boards

The Air Force Contract Adjustment Board is authorized to approve any request for contract adjustment that obligates more than $70,000.

SUBPART 5350.103 — CONTRACT ADJUSTMENTS

5350.103-5 Processing Cases

(a) All requests for relief and all related documents, certifications, correspondence, reports, files, and a proposed memorandum of decision must be forwarded through the MAJCOM/DRU/AFRCO SCO (or for AFLCMC and SMC, the SCCO) to the approving official. Follow MP5350.103-5 for processing requests for contract adjustments due to extraordinary contractual actions.

(b) Air Force Contract Adjustment Board serves as the exclusive point of contact with other military departments, or other departments or agencies of the Government, relative to the exercise of authority under Public Law 85-804.

SUBPART 5350.104 — RESIDUAL POWERS

5350.104-3(b)(1) Action on Indemnification Requests

Upon completion of all buying activity coordination, the contracting officer must forward the indemnification request through the MAJCOM/DRU/AFRCO SCO (or for AFLCMC and SMC, the SCCO) to SAF/AQC for staffing to the SECAF.

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