DEFENSE LOGISTICS ACQUISITION DIRECTIVE Table of Contents


      1. PART 1 – FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATIONS SYSTEM
        1. SUBPART 1.1 – PURPOSE, AUTHORITY, ISSUANCE
          1. 1.105 Issuance.
            1. 1.105-3 Copies.
          2. 1.170 Peer reviews.
        2. SUBPART 1.2 – ADMINISTRATION
            1. 1.201-90 Maintenance of the DLAD.
            2. 1.201-91 Amendment of regulations.
        3. SUBPART 1.3 – AGENCY ACQUISITION REGULATIONS
          1. 1.301 Policy.
          2. 1.304 Agency control and compliance procedures.
        4. SUBPART 1.4 – DEVIATIONS FROM THE FAR
          1. 1.402 Policy.
        5. SUBPART 1.5 – AGENCY AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
            1. 1.501-2 Opportunity for public comments.
        6. SUBPART 1.6 –CAREER DEVELOPMENT, CONTRACTING AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITIES
          1. 1.601 General.
            1. 1.601-90 Critical acquisition responsibilities.
            2. 1.601-91 Contract Quality Review (CQR) Program.
          2. 1.602 Contracting officers.
            1. 1.602-2 Responsibilities.
            2. 1.602-2-90 Automated Procurement Systems Internal Controls (APSIC) Program.
            3. 1.602-3 Ratification of unauthorized commitments.
            4. 1.602-3-90 Quantum meruit actions.
            5. 1.602-90 Contracting Officer (KO) Warrant Program.
            6. 1.602-91 Nonappropriated funds.
            7. 1.603-3-90 Micro-purchase contracting authority.
            8. 1.603-3-91 Ordering Officers.
          3. 1.604 Contracting officer’s representative (COR).
          4. 1.670 Appointment of property administrators and plant clearance officers.
          5. 1.690 Contract clearance and oversight.
            1. 1.690-1 Establishment of clearance authority.
            2. 1.690-2 Portfolio reviews.
            3. 1.690-3 Strategic contract (STRATCON) oversight.
          6. 1.691 Legal review.
      2. PART 2 – DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND TERMS
        1. SUBPART 2.1 – DEFINITIONS
          1. 2.101 Definitions.
      3. PART 3 – IMPROPER BUSINESS PRACTICES AND PERSONAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
        1. SUBPART 3.1 – SAFEGUARDS
          1. 3.103 Independent pricing.
          2. 3.104 Procurement integrity.
            1. 3.104-1 Definitions.
            2. 3.104-3 Statutory and related prohibitions, restrictions, and requirements.
            3. 3.104-4 Statutory and related prohibitions, restrictions, and requirements.
            4. 3.104-7 Violations or possible violations.
        2. SUBPART 3.2 - CONTRACTOR GRATUITIES TO GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL
          1. 3.203 Reporting suspected violations of the FAR Gratuities clause.
          2. 3.204 Treatment of violations.
        3. SUBPART 3.3 – REPORTS OF SUSPECTED ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS
          1. 3.301 General.
        4. SUBPART 3.7 – VOIDING AND RESCINDING CONTRACTS
          1. 3.705 Procedures.
        5. SUBPART 3.8 – LIMITATION ON THE PAYMENT OF FUNDS TO INFLUENCE FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS
          1. 3.806 Processing suspected violations.
          2. 3.903 Policy.
      4. PART 4 – ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
        1. SUBPART 4.2 – CONTRACT DISTRIBUTION
          1. 4.270 Electronic Document Access.
            1. 4.270-2 Procedures.
        2. SUBPART 4.5 – ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN CONTRACTING
          1. 4.502 Policy.
        3. SUBPART 4.7 - CONTRACTOR RECORDS RETENTION
          1. 4.703 Policy.
        4. SUBPART 4.8 – GOVERNMENT CONTRACT FILES
          1. 4.802 Contract files.
          2. 4.804 Closeout of contract files.
          3. 4.805 Storage, handling, and contract files.
        5. SUBPART 4.13 – PERSONAL IDENTITY VERIFICATION
          1. 4.1302 Acquisition of approved products and services for personal identity verification.
          2. 4.1303 Contract clause.
            1. 4.1303-90 Contract clause – personal identity verification of contractor personnel.
        6. SUBPART 4.16 – UNIQUE PROCUREMENT INSTRUMENT IDENTIFIERS
          1. 4.1601 Policy.
        7. SUBPART 4.73—SAFEGUARDING COVERED DEFENSE INFORMATION AND CYBER INCIDENT REPORTING
            1. 4.7303-1 General.
            2. 4.7303-2 Safeguarding controls and requirements.
            3. 4.7303-3 Cyber incident and compromise reporting.
            4. 4.7303-4 DoD damage assessment activities.
      5. PART 5 – PUBLICIZING CONTRACT ACTIONS
        1. SUBPART 5.1 – DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION
          1. 5.101 Methods of disseminating information.
        2. SUBPART 5.2 – SYNOPSES OF PROPOSED CONTRACT ACTIONS
          1. 5.201 General.
          2. 5.202 Exceptions
        3. SUBPART 5.3 – SYNOPSES OF CONTRACT AWARDS
          1. 5.301 General.
          2. 5.303 Announcement of contract awards.
        4. SUBPART 5.4 – RELEASE OF INFORMATION
          1. 5.404 Release of long-range acquisition estimates.
            1. 5.404-1 Release procedures.
      6. PART 6 – COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS
        1. SUBPART 6.2 – FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION AFTER EXCLUSION OF SOURCES
          1. 6.202 Establishing or maintaining alternative sources.
        2. SUBPART 6.3 – OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION
          1. 6.303 Justifications.
            1. 6.303-2 Content.
          2. 6.305 Availability of the justification.
            1. 6.305-90 Oversight program.
        3. SUBPART 6.5 –ADVOCATES FOR COMPETITION
          1. 6.501 Requirement.
          2. 6.503 Annual reporting requirements.
      7. PART 7 – ACQUISITION PLANNING
        1. SUBPART 7.1 – ACQUISITION PLANS
          1. 7.102 Policy.
          2. 7.103 Agency-head responsibilities.
          3. 7.105 Contents of written acquisition plans
          4. 7.107 Additional requirements for acquisitions involving consolidation, bundling, or substantial bundling.
            1. 7.107-2 Consolidation.
            2. 7.107-3 Bundling.
        2. SUBPART 7.2 – PLANNING FOR THE PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES IN ECONOMIC QUANTITIES
          1. 7.204 Responsibilities of contracting officers
      8. PART 8 – REQUIRED SOURCES OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
        1. SUBPART 8.4 – FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULES
          1. 8.490 DoD electronic mall (EMALL).
        2. SUBPART 8.7 – ACQUISITION FROM NONPROFIT AGENCIES EMPLOYING PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR SEVERELY DISABLED
          1. 8.703 Procurement List.
            1. 8.703-90 Policy for additions of AbilityOne products to the procurement list.
      9. PART 9 – CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS
        1. SUBPART 9.1 – RESPONSIBLE PROSPECTIVE CONTRACTORS
          1. 9.104 Standards.
            1. 9.104-2 Special Standards. Coordinate with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when developing special standards for drugs, biologics, and other medical supplies.
          2. 9.106 Preaward surveys.
            1. 9.106-2 Requests for preaward surveys (PAS).
        2. SUBPART 9.2 – QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS
          1. 9.202 Policy.
          2. 9.203 QPL’s, QML’s, and QBL’s.
          3. 9.204 Responsibilities for establishment of a qualification requirement.
          4. 9.270 Aviation and ship critical safety items.
            1. 9.270-3 Policy.
        3. SUBPART 9.3 – FIRST ARTICLE TESTING AND APPROVAL
          1. 9.302 General.
          2. 9.304 Exceptions.
          3. 9.306 Solicitation requirements. The information is automatically included for automated acquisitions. The information is obtained from the Product Master for manual acquisitions.
          4. 9.308 Contract clauses.
            1. 9.308-1 Testing performed by the contractor.
            2. 9.308-2 Testing performed by the Government.
        4. SUBPART 9.4 – DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, AND INELIGIBILITY
          1. 9.404 System for Award Management Exclusions. The records required by FAR 9.404(b) are maintained by the Special Assistant for Contracting Integrity (SACI).
          2. 9.405 Effect of listing.
            1. 9.405-1 Continuation of current contracts.
          3. 9.406 Debarment.
            1. 9.406-3 Procedures.
            2. 9.406-90 Procedures for debarments based on poor performance.
      10. PART 11 – DESCRIBING AGENCY NEEDS
        1. SUBPART 11.1 – SELECTING AND DEVELOPING REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
          1. 11.103 Market acceptance.
        2. SUBPART 11.2 – USING AND MAINTAINING REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
          1. 11.201 Identification and availability of specifications.
          2. 11.273 Substitutions for military or Federal specifications and standards.
            1. 11.273-3 Procedures.
          3. 11.274 Item identification and valuation requirements.
            1. 11.274-2 Policy for unique item identification.
        3. SUBPART 11.3 – ACCEPTABLE MATERIAL
          1. 11.302 Policy.
          2. 11.390 Unused former Government surplus property.
          3. 11.391 Part numbered items.
          4. 11.392 Traceability documentation.
        4. SUBPART 11.4 – DELIVERY OR PERFORMANCE SCHEDULES
          1. 11.401 General.
            1. 11.402-90 Time definite delivery (TDD) standards.
            2. 11.402-91 TDD standards exclusions.
        5. SUBPART 11.5 – LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
          1. 11.501 Policy.
        6. SUBPART 11.6 – PRIORITIES AND ALLOCATIONS
          1. 11.603 Procedures.
        7. SUBPART 11.7 – VARIATION IN QUANTITY
          1. 11.701 Supply contracts.
        8. SUBPART 11.90 – PRODUCT PHASE-OUT
          1. 11.9001 Notification of product phase-out.
      11. PART 12 – ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS
        1. SUBPART 12.1 – ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS – GENERAL
          1. 12.102 Applicability.
        2. SUBPART 12.2 – SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 12.208 Contract quality assurance.
        3. SUBPART 12.3 – SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES FOR THE ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 12.301 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses for acquisition(s) of commercial items.
          2. 12.302 Tailoring of provisions and clauses for the acquisition of commercial items.
        4. SUBPART 12.4 – UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 12.403 Termination.
        5. SUBPART 12.5 – APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN LAWS TO THE ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 12.504 Applicability of certain laws to subcontracts for the acquisition of commercial items.
      12. PART 13 – SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION PROCEDURES
          1. 13.003 Policy.
        1. SUBPART 13.1 – PROCEDURES
          1. 13.101 General.
          2. 13.106 Soliciting competition, evaluation of quotations or offers, award and documentation.
            1. 13.106-1-90 DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS). The provision at 52.213-9007 shall be used in all non-EProcurement automated solicitations valued at or below the simplified acquisition threshold that are posted on DIBBS. (For EProcurement automated solicitation, the terms of this provision are incorporated in the Master Solicitation for Automated Simplified Acquisitions.)
            2. 13.106-2 Evaluation of quotations or offers.
            3. 13.106-3 Award and documentation.
            4. 13.106-90 Other solicitation issues.
          3. 13.201 General.
          4. 13.270 Use of the Governmentwide commercial purchase card.
        2. SUBPART 13.3 – SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION METHODS
          1. 13.301 Governmentwide commercial purchase card.
            1. 13.302-2 Unpriced purchase orders.
          2. 13.303 Blanket purchase agreements (BPAs).
            1. 13.303-2 Establishment of BPAs.
            2. 13.303-3 Preparation of BPAs.
            3. 13.307-90 Forms.
          3. 13.390 Indefinite delivery purchase orders (IDPOs).
        3. SUBPART 13.4 – FAST PAYMENT PROCEDURE
          1. 13.402 Conditions for use.
          2. 13.404 Contract clause.
        4. SUBPART 13.5 – TEST PROGRAM FOR CERTAIN COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 13.500 General.
      13. PART 15 – CONTRACTING BY NEGOTIATION
        1. SUBPART 15.3 – SOURCE SELECTION
          1. 15.303 Responsibilities.
        2. SUBPART 15.4 – CONTRACT PRICING
          1. 15.402 Pricing policy.
          2. 15.403 Obtaining certified cost or pricing data.
            1. 15.403-1 Prohibition on obtaining certified cost or pricing data (10 U.S.C. 2306a and 41 U.S.C. chapter 35).
            2. 15.403-3 Requiring data other than cost or pricing data.
            3. 15.403-4 Requiring certified cost or pricing data (10 U.S.C. 2306a and 41 U.S.C. chapter 35).
          3. 15.404 Proposal analysis.
            1. 15.404-1 Proposal analysis techniques.
          4. 15.406 Documentation.
            1. 15.406-1 Prenegotiation objectives.
            2. 15.406-3 Documenting the negotiation.
            3. 15.407-90 Reverse Auction.
          5. 15.408 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
        3. SUBPART 15.6 – UNSOLICITED PROPOSALS
          1. 15.606 Agency procedures.
      14. PART 16 – TYPES OF CONTRACTS
        1. SUBPART 16.1 – SELECTING CONTRACT TYPES
          1. 16.190 Long-term contracting.
          2. 16.191 Bridge Contracts.
        2. SUBPART 16.2 – FIXED PRICE CONTRACTS
          1. 16.203 Fixed-price contracts with economic price adjustment.
            1. 16.203-90 Definitions. As used in this section—
            2. 16.203-1-90 Description.
            3. 16.203-2-90 Application.
            4. 16.203-4 Contract clauses.
            5. 16.203-4(a)(2)(90) EPA – Established catalog price. Two upward adjustments per year open season E-CAT solicitation.
            6. 16.203-4(a)(2)(91) EPA, FSS prices, open season E-CAT solicitation, medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts.
            7. 16.203-4(a)(2)(92) Economic price adjustment – Federal supply schedule prices, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts. Use 52.216-9043, Economic Price Adjustment – Federal Supply Schedule Prices, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts where adjustments will be based upon price changes in the contractor’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract for the same items, the contracting officer determines an EPA is appropriate, the adjustment scenario below is suitable for the instant contract, the resulting contract will not be placed on the medical electronic catalog (ECAT) web based ordering system, and the concurrence of the Pricing and Strategy Division DLA Troop Support, is received prior to using the clause. Upward adjustments may be requested by the contractor whenever the FSS price for an item increases. Decreases are mandated whenever Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices decrease.
            8. 16.203-4(a)(2)(93) Medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts. Use 52.216-9044, Economic Price Adjustment – Established Catalog Price – Multiple Adjustments Authorized per Clause Terms – non-ECAT, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts where offered prices are based upon established catalog/list prices, the contracting officer determines an EPA is appropriate, the adjustment scenario below is suitable for the instant acquisition, the resulting contract will not be placed on the medical electronic catalog (ECAT) web based ordering system, and the concurrence of the pricing and strategy division, DLA Troop Support, is received prior to using the clause. Upward adjustments may be requested by the contractor whenever the list price for an item increases. Downward adjustments are mandated whenever the contractor’s list prices decrease and/or whenever the contractor has a Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) for the same item and that price is reduced to one that is lower than the current unit price on the DLA Troop Support Medical’s contract.
            9. 16.203-4(a)(2)(94) EPA, other federal agency contracts, E-CAT, medical FAR part 12 solicitations and contracts for the dental, optical, and laboratory integrated delivery system ECAT/CVC program.
            10. 16.203-4(a)(2)(95) EPA, other federal agency contracts, E-CAT, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts.
            11. 16.203-4(a)(2)(96) EPA, established catalog price one upward adjustment per option year e-cat solicitation, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts for the dental, optical, and laboratory integrated delivery system ECAT/CVC program.
            12. 16.203-4(a)(2)(97) EPA, established catalog price, multiple adjustments authorized per clause terms – E-CAT solicitation, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts.
            13. 16.203-4(a)(2)(99) EPA, published market price, electricity, heat rate.
            14. 16.203-4(a)(2)(100) EPA, market price, posts, camps, and stations, Korea, Guam, Japan.
            15. 16.203-4(a)(2)(101) EPA, petroleum product price, post camp and station.
            16. 16.203-4(a)(2)(102) EPA, petroleum product market price, post camp and station Belgium. Insert the clause at 52.216-9073 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Petroleum Product Market Price, Post Campus and Station (PC&S) Belgium in all PC&S solicitations and resulting contracts for Belgium. equires contracting officer fill-in of paragraph (c)(5). The contracting officer shall coordinate with the market research section, DLA Energy, before completion of fill in the blank information sections of the clause to ensure the accuracy of the information.
            17. 16.203-4(a)(2)(103) EPA, daily market price indicators, ships’ bunkers. Insert the clause 52.216-9070 Economic Price Adjustment – Daily Market Price Indicators (Ships’ Bunkers) in DLA Energy solicitations and resulting contracts when a daily economic price adjustment escalator is used. Requires contracting officer fill-ins at paragraphs (c) and (f). The contracting officer shall coordinate with the market research section, DLA Energy, before completion of fill in the blank information sections of the clause such as base reference price, and publication dates to ensure the accuracy of information and the correct selection of the market reference price.
            18. 16.203-4(a)(2)(104) EPA, market price and actual transportation cost, natural gas. Insert the clause 52.216-9074 Economic Price Adjustment – Market Price And Actual Transportation Cost – Natural Gas – Alaska in DLA Energy solicitations and contracts for direct supply natural gas in Alaska. Requires contracting officer fill-ins at paragraphs (c) and (f). The contracting officer shall coordinate with the market research section, DLA Energy, before completion of fill in the blank information sections of the clause such as base reference price, and publication dates to ensure the accuracy of information and the correct selection of the market reference price.
            19. 16.203-4(a)(2)(105) EPA, market price indicators, ships’ bunkers, weekly. Insert the clause 52.216-9075 Economic Price Adjustment – Market Price Indicators – Ships’ Bunkers in DLA Energy solicitations and contracts for ships’ bunkers solicitations/contracts when market publications will be used for price escalation on a weekly basis. The contracting officer shall coordinate with the market research section, DLA Energy, before completion of fill in the blank information sections of the clause such as base market, and publication dates, to ensure the accuracy of the information and the correct selection of the market price.
            20. 16.203-4(a)(2)(106) EPA, National Contracts – Subsistence. The clause at 52.216-9084 may be included in DLA Troop Support Subsistence solicitations and contracts forNational Contract items. The contracting officer shall complete the fill-ins shown in paragraphs (b), (e), and (k) of the clause. Prior to incorporating the clause into a solicitation or contract or adding additional items to a previously-approved clause, the contracting officer shall submit the clause to the Pricing & Strategy Division for review and approval.
            21. 16.203-4(b) Adjustments based on established prices – semistandard supplies.
            22. 16.203-4(c) Adjustments based on actual cost of labor or material.
            23. 16.203-4(d)(2) Clauses – consumer price index and economic price adjustment.
            24. 16.203-4(d)(2)(90) Medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts under the DoD/VA shared procurement program. Use 52.216-9042, Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics – consumer price index, in medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts under the DoD/VA shared procurement program when the contracting officer determines that an EPA is appropriate, the adjustment scenario below, which is based on changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), is suitable for the instant acquisition and the concurrence of the C&P Medical Support Team is received prior to using the clause. Adjustments are based upon changes in the CPI for the expenditure category “prescription drugs and medical supplies” or “nonprescription drugs and medical supplies.” Upward adjustments may be requested by the contractor once annually to cover each option year. Downward adjustments during the option years are mandated whenever the CPI goes down. An additional downward adjustment is mandated whenever the contractor has a federal supply schedule (FSS) for the same item and that price is reduced to one that is lower than the current unit price on Medical’s contract.
            25. 16.203-4(d)(2)(91) Medical solicitations for readiness items. Use 52.216-9049, Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) of the annual management fee(s) and annual management cost(s) for the option years, in medical solicitations for readiness items which result in corporate exigency contracts or vendor managed inventory contracts. Adjustments are based upon changes in the producer price index for general warehousing and storage. One adjustment is authorized annually to determine the annual management fee(s) and management cost(s) for the upcoming option year. Upward adjustments may be requested by the contractor. Downward adjustments are mandated by the clause. No adjustment is authorized for the base year.
            26. 16.203-4(d)(2)(92) Medical solicitations for readiness items. Use 52.216-9050, Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) of the Annual Inventory Holding Fee and Annual Inventory Holding Cost for the Option Year, in medical solicitations for readiness items which result in corporate exigency contracts or vendor managed inventory contracts. Adjustments are based upon changes in the prime rate. One adjustment is authorized annually to determine the annual inventory holding fee and inventory holding cost for the upcoming option year. Upward adjustments may be requested by the contractor. Downward adjustments are mandated by the clause. No adjustment is authorized for the base year.
            27. 16.203-4(d)(2)(93) Economic Price Adjustment when offeror does not agree to 52.216-9052.
            28. 16.203-4(d)(2)(94) Medical FAR Part 12 solicitations and contracts.
            29. 16.203-4(d)(2)(S-95) Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Actual Material Costs for Subsistence Delivered Price Business Model – DLA Troop Support Subsistence Prime Vendor (SPV) Contiguous United States (CONUS).
            30. 16.203-4(d)(2)(S-96) EPA – actual material costs for subsistence product price business model.
            31. 16.203-4-90 Additional clauses – requirements of FAR 16.203-2 and DLAD 16.203.
            32. 16.205-4-90 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
        3. SUBPART 16.5 – INDEFINITE-DELIVERY CONTRACTS
            1. 16.501-2-90 General.
          1. 16.503 Requirements contracts.
          2. 16.504 Indefinite-quantity contracts.
            1. 16.504-90 Solicitations resulting in Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDCs).
          3. 16.505 Ordering.
          4. 16.506 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
          5. 16.506(90) Additions or deletions.
          6. 16.506(91) Contract and/or delivery order limitations.
            1. 16.506-92(a) Evaluation of Offers for Indefinite Delivery Type Solicitations.
            2. 16.506-93 Area requirements.
            3. 16.506-94 Construction and equipment solicitations for IDCs/IQCs.
            4. 16.506-95 Medical prime vendor requirements.
          7. 16.506(96) Invoices for delivery orders against federal supply schedules.
          8. 16.506(96)(b) Pricing of delivery orders with quantity increments.
            1. 16.506-97 Restitution.
        4. SUBPART 16.6 – TIME AND MATERIALS, LABOR-HOUR, AND LETTER CONTRACTS
          1. 16.601 Time and materials contracts.
            1. 16.601-90 Monitoring and reporting.
          2. 16.603 Letter contracts.
            1. 16.603-3 Limitations.
            2. 16.603-90 Policy.
      15. PART 17 – SPECIAL CONTRACTING METHODS
        1. SUBPART 17.1 – MULTIYEAR CONTRACTING
          1. 17.170 General.
        2. SUBPART 17.2 – OPTIONS
          1. 17.204 Contracts.
          2. 17.206 Evaluation.
          3. 17.207 Exercise of options.
        3. SUBPART 17.5 –INTERAGENCY ACQUISITIONS
          1. 17.500 Scope of subpart.
          2. 17.505 Contracting officer review.
          3. 17.590 Follow-up procedures for non-Economy Act transactions.
        4. SUBPART 17.74 – UNDEFINITIZED CONTRACT ACTIONS
          1. 17.7404 Limitations.
          2. 17.7405 Plans and reports.
        5. SUBPART 17.75 – ACQUISITION OF REPLENISHMENT PARTS
          1. 17.7505 Limitations on price increases.
        6. SUBPART 17.91 – USE OF PUBLIC MANUFACTURERS
          1. 17.9100 Public (organic) manufacturing.
        7. SUBPART 17.92 – REOPENER REQUIREMENTS
          1. 17.9201 General.
          2. 17.9202 Policy.
          3. 17.9204 Reopener requirements.
        8. SUBPART 17.93 – SURGE AND SUSTAINMENT (S&S)
          1. 17.9300 Scope.
          2. 17.9301 Definitions.
          3. 17.9302 Policy.
          4. 17.9303 Procedures.
          5. 17.9304 Description/specifications, instructions to offerors, and evaluation factors.
          6. 17.9305 Warstopper Program Material Buffer Availability.
        9. SUBPART 17.95 – TAILORED LOGISTICS SUPPORT CONTRACTING
          1. 17.9500 Scope of subpart.
          2. 17.9501 Definitions.
          3. 17.9503 Pricing.
          4. 17.9504 Post award actions and management oversight
      16. PART 19 – SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS
        1. SUBPART 19.2 – POLICIES
          1. 19.201 General policy.
            1. 19.202-1 Encouraging small business participation in acquisitions.
        2. SUBPART 19.3 – DETERMINATION OF STATUS AS A SMALL BUSINESS, HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS, OR SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS CONCERN
          1. 19.307 Solicitation provisions.
        3. SUBPART 19.5 – SET-ASIDES FOR SMALL BUSINESS
            1. 19.502-2 – Total small business set-asides.
            2. 19.502-3(90) Partial small business set-asides. For solicitations involving partial small business set-asides issued via EBS Non-EProcurement electronic means, use 52.219-9017, Small Business Set-Aside Portion – Equal. See FAR 19.502-3. Use the base provision for solicitations involving partial small business set-asides when the set-aside portion is equal to the unrestricted portion. Use 52.219-9017 Alternate I, Small Business Set-Aside Portion – Unequal, when the partial small business set-aside portion differs from the partial non-set-aside portion. Otherwise, clearly identify delivery schedules on the CLINs/SubCLINs with proper identification of which belong to the set-aside or unrestricted portions of each.
          1. 19.505 Rejecting Small Business Administration recommendations.
          2. 19.508 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
          3. 19.590 Cascading/combined set-aside logic clauses for Enterprise Business Systems applications.
        4. SUBPART 19.6 – CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY
          1. 19.602 Procedures.
            1. 19.602-1 Referral.
            2. 19.602-3 Resolving differences between the Agency and the Small Business Administration (SBA).
            3. 19.602-4 Awarding the contract.
        5. SUBPART 19.7 – THE SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING PROGRAM
          1. 19.705 Responsibilities of the contracting officer under the subcontracting assistance program.
            1. 19.705-2 Determining the need for a subcontracting plan.
            2. 19.705-4 Reviewing the subcontracting plan.
        6. SUBPART 19.8 – CONTRACTING WITH THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (THE 8(a) PROGRAM)
          1. 19.803 Selecting acquisitions for the 8(a) program.
            1. 19.804-90 Withdrawal of requirements.
            2. 19.807-90 Estimating fair market price.
          2. 19.809 Preaward considerations.
            1. 19.812-90 Contract administration.
        7. SUBPART 19.14 – SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS PROCUREMENT PROGRAM
            1. 19.1405-90 Service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) set-aside procedures.
            2. 19.1406-90 Sole source awards to service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) concerns.
      17. PART 22 – APPLICATION OF LABOR LAWS TO GOVERNMENT ACQUISITIONS
          1. 22.001 Definition.
        1. SUBPART 22.1 – BASIC LABOR POLICIES
            1. 22.103-4 Approvals.
          1. 22.1503 Procedures for acquiring end products on the list of products requiring contractor certification as to forced or indentured child labor.
        2. SUBPART 22.74 – RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF MANDATORY ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS
          1. 22.7404 Waiver.
      18. PART 23 – ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY AND WATER EFFICIENCY, RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, AND DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
        1. SUBPART 23.3 – HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS
          1. 23.302 Policy.
      19. PART 25 – FOREIGN ACQUISITION
        1. SUBPART 25.1 – BUY AMERICAN ACT – SUPPLIES
          1. 25.103 Exceptions.
        2. SUBPART 25.8 – OTHER INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS AND COORDINATION
            1. 25.802-71 End use certificates.
        3. SUBPART 25.9 – CUSTOMS AND DUTIES
          1. 25.903 Exempted supplies.
        4. SUBPART 25.70 – AUTHORIZATION ACTS, APPROPRIATIONS ACTS, AND OTHER STATUTORY RESTRICTIONS ON FOREIGN ACQUISITION
          1. 25.7002 Restrictions on food, clothing, fabrics, hand or measuring tools, and flags.
            1. 25.7002-2 Exceptions.
        5. SUBPART 25.73 – ACQUISITIONS FOR FOREIGN MILITARY SALES
          1. 25.7301 General.
      20. PART 27 – PATENTS, DATA, AND COPYRIGHTS
        1. SUBPART 27.1 – GENERAL
          1. 27.101 Applicability.
        2. SUBPART 27.2 – PATENTS
          1. 27.201 Patent and copyright infringement liability.
            1. 27.201-2 Contract clauses.
      21. PART 28 – BONDS AND INSURANCE
        1. SUBPART 28.1 – BONDS AND OTHER FINANCIAL PROTECTIONS
          1. 28.106 Administration.
            1. 28.106-90 Review of bonds and consent of surety.
        2. SUBPART 28.3 – INSURANCE
          1. 28.305 Overseas workers’ compensation and war-hazard insurance.
          2. 28.307 Insurance under cost-reimbursement contracts.
            1. 28.307-1-90 Group insurance plans.
      22. PART 29 – RESERVED
      23. PART 30 – COST ACCOUNTING STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
        1. SUBPART 30.2 – CAS PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
            1. 30.201-5 Waiver.
      24. PART 32 – CONTRACT FINANCING
          1. 32.006 Reduction or suspension of contract payments upon finding of fraud.
            1. 32.006-3 Responsibilities.
            2. 32.006-4 Procedures.
            3. 32.006-5 Reporting.
        1. SUBPART 32.1 – NON-COMMERCIAL ITEM PURCHASE FINANCING
          1. 32.114 Unusual contract financing.
        2. SUBPART 32.4 – ADVANCE PAYMENTS FOR NON-COMMERCIAL ITEMS
          1. 32.402 General.
          2. 32.409 Contracting officer action.
        3. SUBPART 32.5 – PROGRESS PAYMENTS BASED ON COSTS
          1. 32.501 General.
            1. 32.501-2 Unusual progress payments.
        4. SUBPART 32.9 – PROMPT PAYMENT
          1. 32.905 Payment documentation and process.
          2. 32.908 Contract clauses.
            1. 32.908-94 Transporter proof of delivery (TPD). Insert the clause at 52.232-9006, Transporter Proof of Delivery, when applicable in accordance with 32.905(c)(S-90)(1)(i) and when either the clause at 52.232-25, Prompt Payment, or the clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions – Commercial Items, is used.
      25. PART 33 – PROTESTS, DISPUTES, AND APPEALS
        1. SUBPART 33.1 – PROTESTS
          1. 33.103 Protests to the agency.
          2. 33.104 Protests to GAO.
        2. SUBPART 33.2 – DISPUTES AND APPEALS
          1. 33.209 Suspected fraudulent claims.
          2. 33.211 Contracting officer’s decision.
          3. 33.212 Contracting officer’s duties upon appeal.
          4. 33.214 Alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
      26. PART 35 – DELETED
      27. PART 36 – RESERVED.
      28. PART 37 – SERVICE CONTRACTING
        1. SUBPART 37.1 – SERVICE CONTRACTS – GENERAL
          1. 37.102 Policy.
          2. 37.103 Contracting officer responsibility.
          3. 37.110 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
      29. PART 39 – ACQUISITION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
        1. SUBPART 39.2 – ELECTRONIC AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (E & IT)
          1. 39.201 Scope.
          2. 39.204 Exceptions. Consult with the procuring organization’s office of counsel when seeking an exception to having the acquisition of E&IT supplies and/or services meet the applicable accessibility standards at 36 CFR Part 1194, E&IT Accessibility Standards.
        2. SUBPART 39.74 – TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
          1. 39.7402 Policy
        3. SUBPART 39.90 – PROCEDURES, APPROVALS AND TOOLS
          1. 39.9001 Procedures for IT procurement.
          2. 39.9002 Documentation requirements for IT procurement.
      30. PART 42 – CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
        1. SUBPART 42.1 – CONTRACT AUDIT SERVICES
          1. 42.101 Contract audit responsibilities.
        2. SUBPART 42.2 – CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
          1. 42.202 Assignment of contract administration.
        3. SUBPART 42.3 – CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE FUNCTIONS
          1. 42.302 Contract administration functions.
        4. SUBPART 42.11 – PRODUCTION SURVEILLANCE AND REPORTING
          1. 42.1101 General.
          2. 42.1104 Surveillance requirements.
        5. SUBPART 42.15 – CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
          1. 42.1503 Procedures.
      31. PART 45 – GOVERNMENT PROPERTY
        1. SUBPART 45.1 – GENERAL
          1. 45.101 Definitions.
          2. 45.103 General
            1. 45.103-70 Furnishing Government Property to Contractors.
          3. 45.105 Contractors’ Property Management System Compliance.
        2. SUBPART 45.6 – REPORTING, REUTILIZATION, AND DISPOSAL
            1. 45.602-2 Reutilization Priorities.
      32. PART 46 – QUALITY ASSURANCE
          1. 46.000 Scope of Part.
        1. SUBPART 46.1 – GENERAL
          1. 46.103 Contracting office responsibilities.
          2. 46.105 Contractor responsibilities.
        2. SUBPART 46.2 – CONTRACT QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
          1. 46.202 Types of contract quality requirements.
            1. 46.202-4 Higher-level contract quality requirements.
          2. 46.290 Certificate of quality compliance (COQC).
          3. 46.291 Production lot testing.
          4. 46.292 Product verification testing.
        3. SUBPART 46.4 – GOVERNMENT CONTRACT QUALITY ASSURANCE
          1. 46.401 General.
          2. 46.402 Government contract quality assurance at source.
          3. 46.407 Nonconforming supplies or services.
          4. 46.490 Oversight of DoD supply chain integrity.
        4. SUBPART 46.5 – ACCEPTANCE
          1. 46.501 General.
            1. 46.501-90 Acceptance of internal use software (IUS).
          2. 46.503 Place of acceptance.
          3. 46.504 Certificate of conformance.
      33. PART 47 – TRANSPORTATION
        1. SUBPART 47.3 – TRANSPORTATION IN SUPPLY CONTRACTS
            1. 47.303-90 Standard delivery terms and contract clauses.
            2. 47.303-91 DLR Item Compliance.
          1. 47.305 Solicitation provisions, contract clauses, and transportation factors.
            1. 47.305-3 F.o.b. origin solicitations.
            2. 47.305-3-97 First Destination Transportation (FDT) Program – Shipments Originating From Outside the Contiguous United States (OCONUS).
            3. 47.305-3-98 F.o.b. Origin, Government-Arranged Transportation
            4. 47.305-7(b)(90) Quantity analysis, direct delivery, and reduction of crosshauling and ackhauling.
            5. 47.305-8-90 Vendor shipment module.
            6. 47.305-10-90 Packing, marking, and consignment instructions – solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
      34. PART 48 – RESERVED.
      35. PART 50 – EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS AND THE SAFETY ACT
            1. 50.101-3 Records.
            2. 50.102-3 Limitations on Exercise of Authority,
            3. 50.103-5 Processing Cases.
            4. 50.103-6 Disposition. The DLA General Counsel will maintain records of disposition in accordance with DFARS PGI 250.103-6. When a contracting office denies a request, a copy of the letter of explanation to the contractor shall also be submitted for the file.
        1. SUBPART 50.2 -- SUPPORT ANTI-TERRORISM BY FOSTERING EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACT OF 2002
          1. 50.204 Policy.
      36. PART 51 – USE OF GOVERNMENT SOURCES BY CONTRACTORS
        1. SUBPART 51.1 – CONTRACTOR USE OF GOVERNMENT SUPPLY SOURCES
          1. 51.100 Scope of subpart.
          2. 51.101 Policy.
          3. 51.102 Authorization to use Government supply sources.
            1. 51.102-90 Special requirements.
            2. 51.103-90 Ordering from Government supply sources.
      37. PART 52 – SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES
        1. SUBPART 52.1 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
          1. 52.101 Using Part 52.
        2. SUBPART 52.2 – TEXTS OF PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
          1. 52.200 Scope of subpart.
            1. 52.204-9000 Contractor Personnel Security Requirements.
            2. 52.213-9001 Evaluation Factor for Source Inspection.
            3. 52.213-9008 Automated Contract Evaluation System.
            4. 52.213-9010 Indefinite Delivery Purchase Order (IDPO) Evaluation.
            5. 52.213-9011 Indefinite Delivery Purchase Order (IDPO) Agreement - Unilateral.
            6. 52.213-9012 Indefinite Delivery Purchase Order (IDPO) - Bilateral.
            7. 52.216-9000 Implementation of FAR 52.216-2 Economic Price Adjustment--Standard Supplies.
            8. 52.216-9001 Implementation of FAR 52.216-3 Economic Price Adjustment -Semistandard Supplies.
            9. 52.216-9002 Implementation of FAR 52.216-4 Economic Price Adjustment--Labor and Material.
            10. 52.216-9003 Economic Price Adjustment – Specialty Metals – Market Price – Prospective Adjustments.
            11. 52.216-9006 Addition/Deletion of Items.
            12. 52.216-9008 Offeror’s Quantity Limitations.
            13. 52.216-9012 Economic Price Adjustment for Unitized Group Rations (UGR) - A Components – Actual Material Costs.
            14. 52.216-9013 Evaluation of Offers for Indefinite Delivery Type Solicitations.
            15. 52.216-9014 Area Requirements – Tentative Destinations.
            16. 52.216-9015 Area Requirements- Contiguous United States (CONUS).
            17. 52.216-9019 Area Requirements – East and West of Mississippi.
            18. 52.216-9022 Placement of Task/Delivery Orders Against Multiple Indefinite Delivery Contracts.
            19. 52.216-9026 Pricing of Delivery Orders with Quantity Increments.
            20. 52.216-9027 Evaluation of Quantity Sensitive and Indefinite Delivery Contracts.
            21. 52.216-9028 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Labor and Material.
            22. 52.216-9029 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) Lead, Battery Consignment Program.
            23. 52.216-9030 Economic Price Adjustment - Department of Labor Index.
          2. 52.216-9032 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) - Established Market Price – Milk
            1. 52.216-9032 Economic price adjustment (EPA) - Established Market Price –Alternate I.
            2. 52.216-9032 Economic price adjustment (EPA) - Established Market Price – Milk Alternate II.
            3. 52.216-9032 Economic price adjustment (EPA) - Established Market Price – Milk Alternate III.
            4. 52.216-9033 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) - Established Prices.
            5. 52.216-9034 Economic Price Adjustment – Published Market Price – Silver.
            6. 52.216-9035 Economic Price Adjustment – Published Market Price – Lead.
            7. 52.216-9036 Evaluation of Offers – Economic Price Adjustment.
            8. 52.216-9037 Evaluation of Bids – Economic Price Adjustment.
            9. 52.216-9038 Price Redetermination – Prospective (DEVIATION - PERMANENT).
            10. 52.216-9039 Economic Price Adjustment – Standard Supplies - DEVIATION.
            11. 52.216-9040 Economic Price Adjustment – Established Catalog Price Two Upward Adjustments Per Year Open Season E-CAT Solicitation.
            12. 52.216-9041 Economic Price Adjustment – Federal Supply Schedule Prices – Open Season E-CAT Solicitation.
            13. 52.216-9042 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics – Consumer Price Index.
            14. 52.216-9043 Economic Price Adjustment – Federal Supply Schedule Prices.
            15. 52.216-9044 Economic Price Adjustment – Established Catalog Price Multiple Adjustments Authorized Per Clause Terms.
            16. 52.216-9045 Economic Price Adjustment – Other Federal Agency Contracts – E-CAT.
            17. 52.216-9046 Economic Price Adjustment – Other Federal Agency Contracts – E-CAT.
            18. 52.216-9047 Economic Price Adjustment – Established Catalog Price – One Upward Adjustment Per Option Year E-CAT Solicitation.
            19. 52.216-9048 Economic Price Adjustment – Established Catalog Price – Multiple Adjustments Authorized Per Clause Terms – E-CAT Solicitation.
            20. 52.216-9049 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) of the Annual Management Fee(s) and Annual Management Cost(s) for the Option Years.
            21. 52.216-9050 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) of the Annual Inventory Holding Fee and Annual Inventory Holding Cost for the Option Years.
            22. 52.216-9051 Economic Price Adjustment – Federal Ceiling Prices – One Adjustment Per Year.
            23. 52.216-9052 Economic Price Adjustment – Federal Ceiling Prices – One Adjustment Per Year.
            24. 52.216-9053 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) - Established Market Price – Dehydrated Orange Juice.
            25. 52.216-9054 ECONOMIC PRICE ADJUSTMENT - POLYMERIC TRAYPACK RATION
            26. 52.216-9058 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Established Market Price – Wool Cloth .
            27. 52.216-9059 Economic Price Adjustment - Meal Cold Weather/Long Range Patrol (MCW/LRP)
            28. 52.216-9060 Economic Price Adjustment - Meal Ready To Eat (MRE) Assembly.
            29. 52.216-9061 Economic Price Adjustment – Table Spreads.
            30. 52.216-9062 Economic Price Adjustment - Unitized Group Ration.
            31. 52.216-9063 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) Tailored Operational Training Meal (TOTM).
            32. 52.216-9064 Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) – Actual Material Costs for Subsistence Delivered Price Business Model Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) - DLA Troop Support Subsistence Prime Vendor (SPV) Contiguous United States (CONUS), Alaska, and Hawaii.
            33. 52.216-9065 Economic Price Adjustment – Actual Material Costs For Subsistence Product Price Business Model.
            34. 52.216-9066 Economic Price Adjustment – Market Prices – DLA Distribution.
            35. 52.216-9067 Economic Price Adjustment - Liquid Propane Gas – DLA Distribution.
            36. 52.216-9068 Economic Price Adjustment – Published Market Price -Electricity – Heat Rate.
            37. 52.216-9069 Economic Price Adjustment – Published Market Price – DLA Energy Domestic Bulk.
            38. 52.216-9070 Economic Price Adjustment – Daily Market Price Indicators (Ships’ Bunkers).
            39. 52.216-9071 Economic Price Adjustment – Market Price – Posts, Camps, and Stations (PC&S) – Korea/Guam/Japan.
            40. 52.216-9072 Economic Price Adjustment - Petroleum Product Price , Post, Camp, and Station (PC&S).
            41. 52.216-9073 Economic Price Adjustment – Petroleum Product Market Price, Post, Camp, and Station (PC&S) Belgium.
            42. 52.216-9074 Economic Price Adjustment - Market Price And Actual Transportation Cost (Natural Gas) Alaska.
            43. 52.216-9075 Economic Price Adjustment – Published Market Price –Ships Bunkers.
            44. 52.216-9083 Restitution.
            45. 52.216-9084 Economic Price Adjustment – National Contracts – Subsistence.
            46. 52.216-9085, Economic Price Adjustment -- DLA Multiple Award Schedule Contracts.
            47. 52.219-9004 Small Business Program Representations.
            48. 52.219-9008 Combined HUBZone/Small Business Set-Aside Instructions – Type 1.
            49. 52.219-9009 Combined HUBZone/Small Business Set-Aside Instructions – Type 2.
            50. 52.219-9013 Combined Set-Aside Instructions – Type 1.
            51. 52.219-9014 Combined Set-Aside Instructions – Type 2.
            52. 52.219-9015 Combined Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business/Small Business Set-Aside Instructions – Type 1.
            53. 52.219-9016 Combined Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business/Small Business Set-Aside Instructions – Type 2.
            54. 52.232-9006 Transporter proof of delivery (TPD).
            55. 52.233-9001 Disputes Agreement to Use Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
            56. 52.237-9003 Site Visit Coordinator.
            57. 52.247-9001 Port Handling and Ocean Costs in Bid Evaluation.
            58. 52.247-9011 Vendor Shipment Module (VSM).
            59. 52.247-9036 Shipping Instructions (Export).
            60. 52.247-9037 Trans-Shipment of Material Through DLA Containerization and Consolidation Points (CCP).
            61. 52.247-9054 Computation of Cube – Wood Products.
            62. 52.247-9058, First Destination Transportation (FDT) Program – Shipments Originating Outside the Contiguous United States (OCONUS).
            63. 52.247-9059 F.o.b. Origin, Government Arranged Transportation
      38. PART 53 – FORMS
        1. SUBPART 53.2 – PRESCRIPTION OF FORMS
          1. 53.213 Small purchase and other simplified purchase procedures.
            1. 53.213-90 Blanket purchase agreement delivery ticket (DLA Form 470).
            2. 53.213-91 Shipping Instruction (DLA Form 1224).
            3. 53.213-92 Request for Quotation (DLA Form 1231).
          2. 53.219 Small business and small disadvantaged business concerns.
            1. 53.219-90 Referral of Small Business for Certificate of Competency (CoC) Consideration (DLA Form 1756).
        2. SUBPART 53.3 – ILLUSTRATION OF FORMS
          1. 53.300 General.
        3. SUBPART 53.90 - FORMATS AND TEMPLATES
          1. 53.9007 Acquisition Planning
          2. 53.9007(a) Template - Streamlined Acquisition Plan (SAP)
          3. 53.9013 Simplified Acquisition Procedures
          4. 53.9013(a) Elevation Timeline for Simplified Acquisitions
          5. 53.9013(b) Simplified Acquisition Award Documentation
          6. 53.9013(c) Template - Commercial Item Pre-solicitation Documentation
          7. 53.9013(d) Template - Commercial Evaluation/Award Documentation
          8. 53.9013(e) DOD EMALL waiver form.
          9. 53.9015 Contracting by Negotiation
          10. 53.9015(a) Price Negotiation Memorandum Checklist Competitive.
          11. 53.9015(b) Price Negotiation Memorandum Checklist Non-Competitive.
          12. 53.9019 Small Business Programs.
          13. 53.9019(a) Fair Market Price (FMP) Determination.
      39. PART 90 – [DELETED.]