PART 5252 SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES
SUBPART 5252.1—INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
5252.101 (DFARS 252.101) Using part 52.
(2)(ii) Clause numbers for provisions and clauses in this supplement, as well as standard component clauses, consist of 11 digits assigned as follows:
POSITION NUMBER EXPLANATION
1-2 52 Indicates Chapter 52 in Title 48 of the CFR
3-5 52.2 Indicates correspondence with FAR Subpart
52.2,"Texts of Provisions and Clauses".
6-7 XX- Indicates part number in FAR or DFARS
that the clause implements or supplements.
8-11 9XXX Sequences clauses within part number and
indicates originating activity:
9000-9099 NMCARS (OASN(RDA))
SUBPART 5252.2—TEXT OF PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
5252.200 (FAR 52.200) Scope of subpart.
This subpart sets forth the text of all NMCARS provisions and clauses and for each, gives a cross-reference to the location in the NMCARS that prescribes its use.
5252.223-9000 DoN ADDITIONAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO SPECIFIED GOVERNMENT FURNISHED AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES
As prescribed at 5223.370-5, insert the following clause in the schedule of the contract:
DoN ADDITIONAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO SPECIFIED GOVERNMENT FURNISHED AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES (OCT 1997)
The following additional safety requirements apply to Government Furnished Material (GFM) Ammunition and Explosives (A&E) containing nitrocellulose-based propellants and/or nitrate ester-based materials (such as nitroglycerin,) or such other similar A&E provided as GFM and designated by the Contracting Officer which have a tendency to become chemically unstable over time:
(a) The Contractor shall maintain inventory control records of potentially unstable GFM A&E by National Stock Number (NSN) or part number, lot number, nomenclature, storage location, quantity and date of receipt.
(b) The Contractor shall comply with any Government notice concerning any restrictions, suspensions and limitations imposed by the cognizant Government component on GFM A&E to ensure that the materials are safe for continued storage.
(c) Upon receipt of a notice from the Government of reclassification actions taken by the Government that render GFM A&E unserviceable, suspended or restricted, the Contractor shall immediately follow the instructions contained within the notice.
(d) When directed by the Government, the Contractor shall ship samples of GFM A&E in its possession to the Government testing facilities. GFM A&E samples will be shipped with the Contract Number, NSN or part number, lot number, nomenclature and quantity clearly marked on the Bill of Lading. Failure to comply may result in rejection and/or disposal of the material at the destination at the expense of the Contractor. Any costs associated with the rejection and/or disposal of non-compliant or unauthorized shipments shall be borne by the Contractor.
(e) Within 30 days of completion or termination of the contract, the Contractor shall request disposition instructions from the Contracting Officer for any residual, unserviceable, suspended or restricted GFM A&E. The Contracting Officer shall provide disposition instructions to the Contractor not later than 90 days after they are requested.
(f) If disposition instructions direct shipment to a Government disposal or storage activity, the Contractor shall obtain verification of the contents and marking by the contract administration office Quality Assurance Representative prior to shipment. Additionally, the Contractor shall notify the receiving activity 30 days prior to shipment and provide a detailed list of GFM A&E being returned. Returned materials will be shipped with the Contract Number, NSN or part number, lot number, nomenclature and quantity clearly marked. Failure to comply may result in rejection and/or disposal of the material at the destination at the expense of the Contractor. Any costs associated with the rejection and/or disposal of non-compliant or unauthorized shipments shall be borne by the Contractor.
(g) If the Contractor has the capability to dispose of these materials at its facility and has been instructed to do so through disposition instructions, the Contractor shall provide written notice to the Contracting Officer identifying the materials it is disposing of by the Contract Number, NSN or part number, lot number, nomenclature and quantity, and the date the disposition of the materials was accomplished.
(h) If direction issued under the clause causes an increase in the cost of performance under this contract, the Contracting Officer shall make an equitable adjustment in the contract price.
5252.223-9001 NOTICE TO OFFERORS - USE OF OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES
As described in 5223.803-91, a provision substantially the same as the following may be included in solicitations:
NOTICE TO OFFERORS--USE OF OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES (AUG 93)
(a) In accordance with section 326 of Pub L.102-484, the Department of Defense is prohibited from awarding any contract which includes a DoD-directed specification or standard that requires the use of a Class I ozone depleting substance (ODS) or that can be met only through the use of such a substance unless such use has been approved by a senior acquisition official (SAO). The SAO approval is based on a technical certification that no suitable substitute for the ODS is currently available.
(b) To comply with this statute, the Navy has screened the specifications and standards associated with this solicitation. To the extent that ODS requirements were revealed by this review they are identified below:
Class I ODS Identified Specification/Standard
(c) If offerors possess knowledge about any other Class I ODS required directly or indirectly by the specification or standards, the Navy would appreciate such information in your response to this solicitation. Offerors are under no obligation to comply with this request and no compensation can be provided for doing so.
(End of Notice)
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