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Extraordinary Contractual Actions and the Safety Act

(Revised 01 June 2018)

Subpart 5150.1 – Extraordinary Contractual Actions

5150.101 General.

5150.101-3 Records.

(1)(iii) See DFARS PGI 250.103. Unless otherwise specified, the contracting officer is responsible for maintaining all records under subpart 5150.1. The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Procurement) will maintain a record of all memorandums of decision executed at the Secretariat level.

5150.102 Delegation of and limitations on exercise of authority.

5150.102-1 Delegation of authority.

(b) Contractor requests for contract adjustments are addressed by the Army Contract Adjustment Board. See AFARS 5150.102.

(d) The Secretary of the Army, on a non-delegable basis, has the authority to indemnify against unusually hazardous or nuclear risks, including extension of such indemnification to subcontracts.

5150.102-2 Contract adjustments boards.

The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) convenes the Army Contract Adjustment Board (ACAB) on an as-needed basis. In accordance with Headquarters, Department of the Army General Orders Number 2017-01 (and any successor document) the Office of the Army General Counsel provides the ACAB Recorder.

5150.103 Contract adjustments.

5150.103-5 Processing cases.

(1) Within five working days of receipt of a request for contract adjustment, regardless of dollar amount, the contracting officer shall send a copy, through procurement channels, to the following address:

Attn: SAGC, Recorder, Army Contract Adjustment Board

Office of the General Counsel

104 Army Pentagon

Washington, DC 20310-0104.

(2) Send documentation to the addressee in paragraph (1) of this section.

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