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DFARS 245



Part 245—Government Property

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Revised December 31, 2012)

SUBPART 245.1--GENERAL

245.101 Definitions.

245.102 Policy.

245.103 General.

245.103-70 Furnishing Government property to contractors.

245.103-71 Transferring Government property accountability.

245.103-72 Government-furnished property attachments to solicitations and awards.

245.103-73 Contracting office responsibilities.

245.104 Responsibility and liability for Government property.

245.105 Contractor’s property management system compliance.

245.107 Contract clauses.

SUBPART 245.2—SOLICITATION AND EVALUATION PROCEDURES

245.201 Solicitation.

245.201-70 Definitions.

245.201-71 Security classification.

SUBPART 245.3—AUTHORIZING THE USE AND RENTAL OF

245.302 Contracts with foreign governments or international organizations.

SUBPART 245.4—TITLE TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

245.402 Title to contractor-acquired property.

245.402-70 Policy.

245.402-71 Delivery of contractor-acquired property.

SUBPART 245.5— SUPPORT GOVERNMENT PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION

245.570 Storage at the Government's expense.

SUBPART 245.6--REPORTING, REUTILIZATION, AND DISPOSAL

245.602 Reutilization of Government property.

245.602-1 Inventory disposal schedules.

245.602-3 Screening.

245.602-70 Plant clearance procedures.

245.604 Disposal of surplus property.

245.604-3 Sale of surplus property.

SUBPART 245.70--PLANT CLEARANCE FORMS

245.7001 Forms.

245.7001-1 Standard Form 97, Certificate of Release of a Motor Vehicle (Agency
Record Copy).

245.7001-2 DD Form 1149, Requisition and Invoice Shipping Document.

245.7001-3 DD Form 1348-1, DoD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document.

245.7001-4 DD Form 1640, Request for Plant Clearance.

245.7001-5 DD Form 1641, Disposal Determination/Approval.

245.7001-6 DLA Form 1822, End Use Certificate.

SUBPART 245.1--GENERAL

(Revised June 7, 2016)

245.101 Definitions.

“Mapping, charting, and geodesy property,” as used in this subpart, is defined in the clause at 252.245-7000, Government-Furnished Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy Property.

245.102 Policy.

See the policy guidance at PGI 245.102-70.

(B) Items, as determined by the head of the agency, that are to be used to support a contingency operation; or to facilitate defense against or recovery from nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attack;

(C) Items for which a determination and findings has been executed concluding that it is more cost effective for the Government requiring activity to assign, mark, and register the unique item identification after delivery of an item acquired from a small business concern or a commercial item acquired under FAR part 12 or part 8.

245.103 General.

245.103-70 Furnishing Government property to contractors.

Follow the procedures at PGI 245.103-70 for furnishing Government property to contractors.

245.103-71 Transferring Government property accountability.

Follow the procedures at PGI 245.103-71 for transferring Government property accountability.

245.103-72 Government-furnished property attachments to solicitations and awards.

When performance will require the use of Government-furnished property, contracting officers shall use the fillable electronic “Requisitioned Government Furnished Property” and/or “Scheduled Government Furnished Property” formats as attachments to solicitations and awards. See PGI 245.103-72 for links to the formats and procedures for preparing Government-furnished property attachments to solicitations and awards.

245.103-73 Contracting office responsibilities.

See PGI 245.103-73 for contracting office responsibilities.

245.104 Responsibility and liability for Government property.

In addition to the contract types listed at FAR 45.104, contractors are not held liable for loss of Government property under negotiated fixed-price contracts awarded on a basis other than submission of certified cost or pricing data.

245.105 Contractor’s property management system compliance.

245.107 Contract clauses.

Government-Furnished Property, in solicitations and contracts that contain the clause at FAR 52.245-1, Government Property.

SUBPART 245.2-- SOLICITATION AND EVALUATION PROCEDURES

(Revised December 31, 2012)

245.201 Solicitation.

245.201-70 Definitions.

See the definitions at PGI 245.201-70.

245.201-71 Security classification.

Follow the procedures at PGI 245.201-71 for security classification.

SUBPART 245.3—AUTHORIZING THE USE AND RENTAL OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

(Revised October 31, 2013)

245.302 Contracts with foreign governments or international organizations.

SUBPART 245.4—TITLE TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

(Revised August 2, 2016)

245.402 Title to contractor-acquired property.

245.402-70 Policy.

Review the guidance at PGI 245.402-70 with regard to oversight and surveillance of contractor-acquired property.

245.402-71 Delivery of contractor-acquired property.

Follow the procedures at PGI 245.402-71 for the delivery of contractor-acquired property.

SUBPART 245.5—SUPPORT GOVERNMENT PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION

(Added August 19, 2011)

245.570 Storage at the Government's expense.

SUBPART 245.6--REPORTING, REUTILIZATION, AND DISPOSAL

(Revised August 19, 2011)

245.602 Reutilization of Government property.

245.602-1 Inventory disposal schedules.

For termination inventory, plant clearance officers shall verify inventory schedules, either directly or through appropriate technical personnel, to determine the following:

245.602-3 Screening.

Property will be screened DoD-wide, including the contracting agency, requiring agency, and, as appropriate, the General Services Administration. The requiring agency shall have priority for retention of listed items. All required screening must be completed before any sale of contractor inventory, including contractor inventory in overseas locations (foreign excess personal property) can take place. Upon request of the prospective reutilization, transfer, donation, or sales customer, the plant clearance officer shall arrange for inspection of property at the contractor's plant in such a manner as to avoid interruption of the contractor's operations, and consistent with any security requirements.

245.602-70 Plant clearance procedures.

Follow the procedures at PGI 245.602-70 for establishing and processing a plant clearance case.

245.604 Disposal of surplus property.

245.604-3 Sale of surplus property.

(c) Sale approval and award. Plant clearance officers shall—

SUBPART 245.70--PLANT CLEARANCE FORMS

(Revised August 29, 2012)

245.7001 Forms.

Use the forms listed below in performance of plant clearance actions.

245.7001-1 Standard Form 97, Certificate of Release of a Motor Vehicle (Agency Record Copy).

Use for transfers, donations, and sales of motor vehicles. The contracting officer shall execute the SF 97 and furnish it to the purchaser.

245.7001-2 DD Form 1149, Requisition and Invoice Shipping Document.

Use for transfer and donation of contractor inventory.

245.7001-3 DD Form 1348-1, DoD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document.

Use when authorized by the plant clearance officer.

245.7001-4 DD Form 1640, Request for Plant Clearance.

Use to request plant clearance assistance or transfer plant clearance.

245.7001-5 DD Form 1641, Disposal Determination/Approval.

Use to record rationale for the following disposal determinations:

245.7001-6 DLA Form 1822, End Use Certificate.

Use when directed by the plant clearance officer.

SUBPART 245.71--PLANT CLEARANCE FORMS

(Deleted August 19, 2011)

SUBPART 245.72--SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

(Deleted August 19, 2011)

SUBPART 245.73--SALE OF SURPLUS CONTRACTOR INVENTORY

(Deleted August 19, 2011)

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