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DLAD PART 50 – EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS AND THE SAFETY ACT



PART 50 – EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS AND THE SAFETY ACT

(Revised November 7, 2013 through PROCLTR 2014-25)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBPART 50.1 – EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

50.101-3 Records.

50.102-3 Limitations on exercise of authority.

50.103-5 Processing cases.

50.103-6 Disposition.

SUBPART 50.2 – SUPPORT ANTI-TERRORISM BY FOSTERING EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACT OF 2002

50.204 Policy.

SUBPART 50.1 – EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

50.101-3 Records.

(1)(iii)(a) Records required by DFARS 250.101-3 shall be forwarded to the DLA General Counsel, which shall maintain them as required by DFARS 250.101-3(1)(iii).

50.102-3 Limitations on Exercise of Authority,

(90(b)) Authority to approve requests to obligate the Government up to the amount authorized for delegation below the secretarial level in FAR PART 50, including actions under FAR 50.104, and authority to disapprove proposed actions in any amount under the Act and the Executive Order, has been delegated to the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel, DLA.

(1)(ii) The following authority has been delegated to HCAs. This authority may be redelegated except as restricted by DFARS 250.102-1(b) only to a staff official reporting directly to the HCA. Two copies of any redelegation shall be furnished to the General Counsel, DLA, one copy of which will be transmitted to the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology) (USD(A&T)).

(A) Authority to deny any request for contractual adjustment under the Act and Executive Order.

(B) Subject to the limitations in FAR 50.102-1(b), authority to approve, authorize, and direct an appropriate action, and to make all determinations and findings which are necessary or appropriate, in the examples of mistakes and informal commitment described in FAR 50.103-2 including, when necessary thereto, authority to modify, release, rescind, or cancel obligations of any sort and to extend delivery and performance dates.

50.103-5 Processing Cases.

(90) The contracting office responsible for processing a contractor's request for contractual adjustment shall be responsible for establishing liaison and joint action with other Military Departments and other departments and agencies of the Government, except that the General Counsel or Deputy General Counsel, DLA, shall have such responsibility after any case is forwarded for further processing.

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.

SUBPART 50.2 -- SUPPORT ANTI-TERRORISM BY FOSTERING EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACT OF 2002

50.204 Policy.

(90) Contracting officers, with the approval of their CCOs, shall forward pre-qualification designation notices (see FAR 50.205-2) and documentation supporting presumptions of Safety Act designations or certifications after contract award (see FAR 50.205-3), to J3 and J7. In turn, J3 will review the request and coordinate with J7, whom, as the liaison between the contracting officer and the DHS, is responsible for forwarding the request to DHS. They are also responsible for keeping the contracting officer apprised of status.

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