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SOFARS PART 5652 - SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES
SUBPART 5652.1 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
5652.107 Provisions and Clauses Prescribed in Subpart 5652.1
SUBPART 5652.2 – TEXT OF PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
(Revised December 2015)
5652.201-9000 RESERVED (2005)
5652.201-9001
TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE (2005) SECTION I
5652.201-9002 AUTHORIZED CHANGES ONLY BY CONTRACTING OFFICER (2005) SECTION I
5652.204-9000 INDIVIDUAL AUTHORIZED TO SIGN (2014) SECTION K
5652.204-9001
COGNIZANT SECURITY OFFICE (1998) SECTION K
5652.204-9002 RESERVED (2015)
5652.204-9003 DISCLOSURE OF UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENT FOR CYBER SECURITY BREACHES (2013) SECTION H
5652.204-9004 FOREIGN PERSONS (2006) SECTION K
5652.204-9005 RESERVED (2014)
5652.209-9000 RESERVED (2005)
5652.209-9001 RESERVED (2005)
5652.209-9002 USE OF CONTRACTOR SUPPORT/ADVISORY PERSONNEL FOR REVIEW OF PROPOSALS (2015) SECTION L
5652.209-9003 USE OF CONTRACTOR SUPPORT/ADVISORY PERSONNEL (2015) SECTION H
5652.211-9000 RESERVED
5652.211-9001 RESERVED
5652.214-9000 RESERVED (2015)
5652.214-9001
INSTRUCTIONS ON COMPLETING STANDARD FORM (33, 26, OR 1449), SOLICITATION, OFFER, AND AWARD (2006) SECTION L
5652.214-9002
NOTICE OF PRE-BID CONFERENCE (2003) SECTION L
5652.214-9003
PRICE HISTORY (2001) SECTION L
5652.214-9004 TECHNICAL AND CONTRACTUAL QUESTIONS CONCERNING THIS SOLICITATION (2001) SECTION L
5652.215-9000 RESERVED (2005)
5652.215-9001
NOTICE OF PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE (2001) SECTION L
5652.215-9002 RESERVED (2005)

5652.215-9003 RESERVED (2005)
5652.215-9004 RESERVED (2005)

5652.215-9005
ESTIMATED PRICES FOR DATA (2000) SECTION L
5652.215-9006
SUBMITTAL OF COST/PRICE PROPOSAL TO DCAA (1998) SECTION L
5652.215-9007
BILL OF MATERIALS (1998) SECTION L
5652.215-9008
PAST PERFORMANCE DATA (2001) SECTION L
5652.215-9009
PERSONNEL CHANGES BEFORE AWARD (2008) SECTION L
5652.215-9010
COST AND PRICING DATA NOT REQUIRED (1998) SECTION L
5652.215-9011
PROPOSAL PROFIT/FEE (2005) SECTION L
5652.215-9012
BASIS FOR AWARD (2001) SECTION M
5652.215-9013 RESERVED (2005)

5652.215-9014 BASIS FOR AWARD-LOWEST PRICE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE PROPOSAL (2003) SECTION M
5652.215-9015 EVALUATION OF OFFERS - FULL QUANTITY (2003) SECTION M
5652.215-9016
TECHNICAL AND CONTRACTUAL QUESTIONS CONCERNING THIS SOLICITATION (2000) SECTION L
5652.215-9017 GOVERNMENT FUNDING NOTICE (2011) SECTION L
5652.216-9000 FIXED FEE INFORMATION (2003) SECTION G
5652.216-9001
ORAL ORDERS - INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACTS (2005) SECTION I
5652.216-9002
WITHHOLDING OF FIXED FEE OR INCENTIVE FEE (2005) SECTION I
5652.216-9003 PROCEDURES FOR ISSUING TASK/DELIVERY ORDERS UNDER MULTIPLE AWARD, INDEFINITE DELIVERY-INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACTS (2015) SECTION H
5652.216-9004 PROCEDURES FOR ISSUING TASK/DELIVERY ORDERS UNDER SINGLE AWARD, INDEFINITE DELIVERY-INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACTS (2003) SECTION H
5652.216-9005 GOVERNMENT DOWNTIME FOR VARIOUS REASONS (2005) SECTION I
5652.224-9000 RESERVED
5652.225-9000 LOGISTICS SUPPORT PRIVILEGES (2005) SECTION H
5652.228-9000 REQUIRED INSURANCE (2015) SECTION G
5652.228-9001 RESERVED (2011)

5652.231-9000
AUTHORIZATION OF PRE-CONTRACT COST (2009) SECTION G
5652.231-9001
ALLOWABLE TRAVEL COSTS (2014) SECTION I
5652.231-9002 RESERVED
5652.232-9000
FUNDING SCHEDULE (2003) SECTION G
5652.232-9001 INVOICING (2005) SECTION I
5652.232-9002
TIME AND MATERIALS/CEILING PRICE INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACTS (1998) SECTION I
5652.232-9003
PAYING OFFICE INSTRUCTIONS (2011) SECTION G
5652.232-9004 RESERVED (2011)

5652.232-9005 RESERVED (2008)
5652.232-9006 ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTION OF VOUCHERS/INVOICES USING ALTERNATIVE TO WAWF (2011) SECTION G
5652.232-9007 MANUAL DISTRIBUTION OF VOUCHERS/INVOICES (2011) SECTION G
5652.233-9000 INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF AGENCY PROTEST (2013) SECTION I
5652.235-9000 CONDUCT OF RESEARCH (2003) SECTION I
5652.237-9000
CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL CHANGES (1998) SECTION I
5652.237-9001
KEY PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS (2003) SECTION I
5652.239-9000
PRIVACY OR SECURITY SAFEGUARDS (2000) SECTION I
5652.242-9000 DESIGNATED INVENTORY MANAGER (1998) SECTION G
5652.242-9001
DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGMENT AGENCY (DCMA) (2010) SECTION K
5652.242-9002 ACCOUNTING FOR COMMON ACCESS CARDS (CACS) FOR CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL DEPARTING HQ USSOCOM (2014) SECTION I
5652.243-9000 TECHINICAL IMPROVEMENTS (2006) SECTION I
5652.245-9000 RENT-FREE USE OF GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PORPERTY (GFP) (1998) SECTION I
5652.245-9001
SCHEDULE OF GOVERNMENT FURNISHED MATERIAL (2001) SECTION H
5652.245-9002 RESERVED (2005)
5652.245-9003 RESERVED (2005)
5652.245-9004 RESERVED (2005)
5652.245-9005 RESERVED (2005)
5652.245-9006 RESERVED (2003)

5652.246-9000 MARKING OF WARRANTED ITEMS (1998) SECTION D
5652.246-9001
MATERIAL INSPECTION AND RECEIVING REPORTS (DD250) ADDRESSES (2001) SECTION E
5652.246-9002 STATEMENT OF SERVICES RENDERED AND ACCEPTED (2001) SECTION I
5652.247-9000
PACKAGING AND MARKING - FOB DESTINATION (1998) SECTION D
5652.247-9001 CONTRACTING OFFICER NOTITFICATION OF SHIPMENT (2009) SECTION F
5652.252-9000 RESERVED (2015)

SOFARS PART 5652
SOLICITATION PROVISIONS AND CONTRACT CLAUSES

SUBPART 5652.1 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES.

5652.107 Provisions and Clauses Prescribed in Subpart 52.1.
(Removed December 2015).

SUBPART 5652.2 TEXT OF PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES.


5652.201-9000 Reserved (2005)


5652.201-9001 Technical Representative (2005) Section I
In accordance with 5601.602-2-70(e), Contracting officers may insert the following in solicitations and contracts when the Contracting Officer determines there is a need to identify a technical interface for the contractor. This clause shall not be inserted when DFARS 252.201-7000, "Contracting Officer's Representative" is included. The technical representative information should not be included in the solicitation.
(a) The Contracting Officer may appoint one or more Government employees as a technical representative to assist the Contracting Officer with scientific engineering or field of discipline matters directly related to the contract. The technical representative is not authorized to act on be behalf of the Contracting Officer or to make any commitments or changes that will affect price, quality, quantity, delivery, or any other term or condition of the contract.
(b) The appointments will be in writing, signed by the Contracting Officer.


5652.201-9002 Authorized Changes Only by Contracting Officer (2005) Section I
As prescribed in 5601.602-2-70(f), insert the following clause, Fill-in
The Contractor shall not comply with any order, direction or request of Government personnel unless it is issued in writing and signed by the Contracting Officer, or is pursuant to specific authority otherwise included as part of this contract. Except as specified herein, no order, statement, or conduct of Government personnel who visit the contractor’s facilities or in any other manner communicates with Contractor personnel during the performance of this contract shall constitute a change under the Changes clause in Section I. In the event the Contractor effects any change at the direction of any person other the Contracting Officer, the change will be considered to have been made without authority and no adjustment will be made in the contract price to cover any increase in cost incurred as a result thereof. The address and telephone number of the Contracting Officer is
Enter Contracting Officer’s name and contact information.


5652.204-9000 Individual Authorized to Sign (2014) Section K
(Revised September 2014)
As prescribed in 5604.103, insert the following clause,
(a) Proposals shall be signed by an authorized individual. The offeror hereby represents that the individual designated below is authorized to bind the corporation, partnership, individual or educational institution. Evidence of authorization shall be provided by the offeror in accordance with the applicable instructions below. If the offeror is a joint venture, each participant in the joint venture shall submit a separate representation.

(a) Once a power of attorney or corporate resolution has been submitted to establish the authority of its agents, provide reference to the Procurement Instrument Identification Number with which it was submitted by including the following statement in lieu of furnishing an additional copy: "Evidence to establish the authority of the agent signing this document was submitted with Document Number _________________."


5652.204-9001 Cognizant Security Office (1998) Section K
As prescribed in 5604.403, insert the following, Editable & Fill-ins
The offeror certifies that it possesses a security clearance of _______________.
The offeror's cognizant security office and point of contact is:
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________


5652.204-9002 Instructions for the Use of Electronic Contracts (2007) Section I
(Removed December 2015)


5652.204-9003 Disclosure of Unclassified Information and Notification Requirements for Cyber Security Breaches (2013) Section H
(Revised June 2013)
As prescribed in 5604.403(b), insert the following clause,
(a) On September 21, 2001, the Department of Defense designated Headquarters US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) a sensitive unit, as defined by Title 10 United States Code (USC) Section 130b (10 USC 130b). In keeping with this designation, unclassified information related to USSOCOM military technology acquisitions managed by USSOCOM or any of its component commands, will be designated Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). As such, the contractor hereby unequivocally agrees that it shall not release to anyone outside the Contractor’s organization any unclassified information, regardless of medium (e.g., film, tape, document, contractor’s external website, newspaper, magazine, journal, corporate annual report, etc.), pertaining to any part of this contract or any program related to this contract, unless the Contracting Officer has given prior written approval. Furthermore, any release of information which associates USSOCOM, Special Operation Forces (SOF), or any component command with an acquisition program, contractor, or this contract is prohibited unless specifically authorized by USSOCOM.
(b) Request for approval shall identify the specific information to be released, the medium to be used, and the purpose for the release. The contractor shall submit the request to the Contracting Officer at least 45 days before the propose date for release for approval. No release of any restricted information shall be made without specific written authorization by the Contracting Office.
(c) The protection of sensitive but unclassified data reflecting Special Operations technologies, personnel, plans, and business associations requires due diligence on the part of those in possession of such information. The application of appropriate security measures to ensure the safekeeping of USSOCOM and company proprietary data, intellectual property, and personnel data is the responsibility of all parties who have access to such information. All contractors supporting USSOCOM are required to inform the Contracting Officer within three business days of when there has been a breach or successful penetration of the contractor’s network(s) or information system(s). Breaches include unauthorized intrusions of the contractor’s server(s) from external parties whether through introduction of malware, hacking, the compromise of access passwords, or any other unauthorized access or compromise. Breaches also include the physical loss of storage media such and disks, hard drives, thumb drives, laptops or other devices which contain duplicates of information contained on the contractor’s data systems, or the willful or accidental transmission, copying or posting of contract information which has not been specifically authorized by the Contracting Officer. Estimates of damage and mitigation strategies will be submitted to the Contracting Officer within a period following the breach specified and agreed upon by the Contractor and the Contracting Officer.
(d) The Contractor shall include a similar requirement to this clause in each subcontract under this contract. Subcontractors shall submit request for authorization to release and notifications related to cyber security breaches through the prime contractor to the Contracting Officer.
(e) The Contractor further understands that Title 18 USC Section 701 specifically prohibits the use of the USSOCOM emblem or logo in any medium (e.g., corporate website, marketing brochure, news paper, magazine, etc.) unless authorized in writing by USSOCOM. Forward any request to use the USSOCOM emblem or logo through the Contracting Officer.


5652.204-9004 Foreign Persons (2006) Section K
As prescribed in 5604.404-80, insert the following clause,
In accordance with restrictions required by Executive Order 12470, the Arms Export Control Act (Title 22, USC) (Sec 275), the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), or DoD Directive 5230.25, Withholding of Unclassified Technical Data from Public Disclosure, no foreign persons will be permitted to work on a contract without notifying the Contracting Officer. Provide the following information for all foreign persons who will be working on the contract (or “X” here if there are no such individuals: ____):


5652.204-9005 Reserved (2014)


5652.209-9000 Reserved (2005)


5652.209-9001 Reserved (2005)


5652.209-9002 Use of Contractor Support/Advisory Personnel for Review of Proposals (2015) Section L
Revised August 2015)
As prescribed in 5609.507-1, insert the following provision,
The offeror’s attention is directed to the fact that contractor personnel may review and provide support during proposal evaluations. When appropriate, the following contractor personnel may have access to offeror’s proposals and may be utilized to objectively review a proposal in a particular functional area and provide comments and recommendations to the Government’s decision makers. They may not establish final assessments of risk, rate or rank offerors’ proposals. All advisors shall comply with procurement Integrity Laws and shall sign Non-Disclosure and Rules of Conduct/Conflict of Interest statements. The Government shall take into consideration requirements for avoiding conflicts of interest and ensure advisors comply with safeguarding source selection and proprietary data. Submission of proposal in response to the solicitation constitutes approval to release the proposal to Government Support Contractors.
List applicable vendors involved in the source selection.


5652.209-9003 Use of Contractor Support/Advisory Personnel (2015) Section H
(Revised August 2015)
As prescribed in 5609.507-2, insert the following clause,
The contractor’s attention is directed to the fact that USSOCOM contracts for various IT, business, acquisition, technical, and staff support services, some of which require support contractor access to proprietary information submitted by other contractors during administration of this contract. Execution of this contract constitutes approval to release the contract, contractor proposals, other contractor information, or proprietary data obtained during contract administration to Government Support Contractors who require access and have signed Non-Disclosure and Rules of Conduct/Conflict of Interest Statements.


5652.211-9000 Reserved.


5652.211-9001 Reserved.


5652.214-9000 Sealed Bids - Full Quantity (1998) Section M
(Removed December 2015).


5652.214-9001 Instructions on Completing Standard Form (33, 26 or 1449) Solicitation, Offer, and Award (2006) Section L
As prescribed in 5614.201-6(aa) and in 5615.209(j), insert the following provision, Editable
The following instructions are provided in order to clarify the process for completing and delivering the bid documents. Offerors shall transmit the original signed copy to the designated addresses on the appropriate block of the SF 33/26/1449).
Alternate I: For use with the SF 33:
(a) The offeror shall submit one signed original face.
(b) All offers shall be sent electronically to the address shown in Block 8 of the SF 33.
(c) The SF 33 shall be executed by the representative authorized to commit the offeror to contractual obligations. The authority to sign a proposal but not an offer subject to unilateral acceptance and award is not sufficient authorization to sign the SF 33.
(d) Under no circumstances shall the offeror make alterations or changes to the SF 33 or related pages that are a part of the solicitation package. The offeror shall complete required items and information-as indicated throughout the solicitation
(e) Offerors shall complete the Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offeror in Section K.
(f) Any amendments to this solicitation will be issued on an SF 30, Amendment of Solicitation/ Modification of Contract. Not withstanding Section L Provision 52.214-3, amendments shall be acknowledged in accordance with instructions in block 11 of the SF 30. Acknowledgement of issued amendments shall be sent to the address shown in Block 8 of the SF 33.
Alternate II: Use with SF 26:
(a) The offeror shall submit one signed original face.
(b) All offers shall be sent electronically to the address shown in Block 5 of the SF 26.
(c) The SF 26 shall be executed by the representative authorized to commit the offeror to contractual obligations. The authority to sign a proposal but not an offer subject to unilateral acceptance and award is not sufficient authorization to sign the SF 26.
(d) Under no circumstances shall the offeror make alterations or changes to the SF 26 or related pages that are a part of the solicitation package-. The offeror shall complete required items and information as indicated throughout the solicitation.
(e) Offerors shall complete the Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offeror in Section K.
(f) Any amendments to this solicitation will be issued on an SF 30 Amendment of Solicitation/ Modification of Contract. Not withstanding the instructions provided in Section L Provision 52.214-3, acknowledgement of issued amendments shall be sent electronically to the address provided in Block 5 of the SF26.
Alternate III: for use with the SF 1449:
(a) The offeror shall submit one signed original face.
(b) All offers shall be sent to the address shown in Block 7 of the SF 1449.
(c) The SF 1449 shall be executed by the representative authorized to commit the offeror to contractual obligations. The authority to sign a proposal but not an offer subject to unilateral acceptance and award is not sufficient authorization to sign the SF 1449.
(d) Under no circumstances shall the offeror make alterations or changes to the SF 1449 or related pages that are a part of the solicitation package. The offeror shall complete all required items and information as indicated throughout the solicitation.
(e) Offerors shall complete the Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offeror in Section K.
(f) Any amendments to this solicitation will be done on an SF 30 Amendment of Solicitation/ Modification of Contract. Not withstanding the contents of Section L Provision 52.214-3, acknowledgement of issued amendments shall be sent electronically to the address provided in Block 5 of the SF26 unless otherwise indicated in the solicitation.


5652.214-9002 Notice of Pre-bid Conference (2003) Section L
As prescribed in 5614.207, insert the following provision. When access to classified documents is contemplated, the Contracting Officer may include a provision substantially the same as the basic provision with its Alternate I in the solicitation. Editable and Fill-ins
(a) A pre-bid conference will be conducted at (insert location including full address)] on (insert date) at (insert time) for the purpose of answering questions regarding this solicitation.
(b) Submit the names of all attendees not to exceed [insert number] attendees to [insert point of contact name, phone number, e-mail address, telephone number, and mailing address] prior to [insert date]. This information must be provided in advance in order to ensure access to the military base/conference site and adequate seating for the conference attendees.
(c) Bidders are requested to submit questions to the point of contact noted above not later than (insert time and date). Information provided at this conference shall not qualify the terms and conditions of the solicitation and specifications. Terms of the solicitation and specifications remain unchanged unless the solicitation is formally amended. If an amendment is issued, normal procedures relating to the acknowledgment and receipt of solicitation amendments shall apply.
(d) A record of the conference shall be made and furnished to all prospective bidders. The record will include minutes of the meeting, including questions (on a non-attribution basis) and answers.
Alternate I:
(a) To receive classified documents the recipient must have a security clearance of at least (insert classification) and authorization to act as courier. Security clearance and courier authorization must be on file at the following address:

(Insert mailing and e-mail addresses and telephone number of organization responsible for this information)

(b) This conference is (insert classification).


5652.214-9003 Price History (2001) Section L
As prescribed in 5614.201-6(bb), insert the following provision,
Price history from previous acquisitions is included below for the offerors information. The Government assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or for any conclusions or interpretations made by the offeror. The price history is provided solely for informational purposes and should not be relied upon as the basis for preparation of an offer.
     ITEM           AWARD DATE      QUANTITY        UNIT PRICE
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

 


5652.214-9004 Technical and Contractual Questions Concerning This Solicitation (2001) Section L
As prescribed in 5614.201-6(cc), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
All questions concerning this procurement, either technical or contractual, must be submitted in writing to the Contracting Office. No direct discussion between the technical representative and a prospective offeror will be conducted unless it is deemed necessary by the Contracting Officer. Send all questions to the following point of contact. The use of e-mail is highly encouraged.

Contract Specialist: ________________________
E-mail address: _____________________-______
Fax number: ______________________________
Phone number: ____________________________
Mailing Address: ______________________________________________________________________


5652.215-9000 Reserved (2005).


5652.215-9001 Notice of Pre-proposal Conference (2001) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.209(i), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) A pre-proposal conference will be conducted at (insert location including full address) on (insert date) at (insert time) for the purpose of answering questions regarding this solicitation.
(b) Submit the names of all attendees not to exceed (insert number of attendees]) to (insert point of contact name, address, and phone number) prior to ([insert date]). This information must be provided in advance in order to ensure access to the military base/conference site and adequate seating for the conference attendees.
(c) Offerors are requested to submit questions to the point of contact noted above not later than (insert time and date). Information provided at this conference shall not qualify the terms and conditions of the solicitation and specifications. Terms of the solicitation and specifications remain unchanged unless the solicitation is amended in writing. If an amendment is issued, normal procedures relating to the acknowledgment and receipt of solicitation amendments shall apply.
(d) A record of the conference shall be made and furnished to all prospective offerors. The record should include minutes of the meeting, including questions (on a non-attribution basis) and answers.
Alternate I: For use on classified contracts:
(a) To receive classified documents the recipient must have a security clearance of at least (insert classification) and authorization to act as courier. Security clearance and courier authorization must be on file at the following mailing address:

(Insert address of organization responsible for this information)

(b) This conference is (insert classification).


5652.215-9002 Reserved (2005)


5652.215-9003 Reserved (2005)


5652.215-9004 Reserved (2005)


5652.215-9005 Estimated Prices for Data (2000) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.408(p), insert the following provision,
In accordance with DFARS 215.470 the offeror shall provide estimated data prices for each data item set forth on the DD Form 1423 "Contract Data Requirements List."


5652.215-9006 Submittal of Cost/Price Proposal to DCAA (1998) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.408(q), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-in
The offeror shall submit (insert number of copies) of the cost/ price volume directly to the cognizant Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) office. The submission shall be made simultaneously with the submission of the offeror's proposal to the contracting activity.


5652.215-9007 Bill of Materials (1998) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.408(n), insert following provision,
Offerors shall submit a consolidated bill of materials including materials to be furnished by subcontractors. The materials contained in the bill of materials shall be listed in descending order according to dollar value by unit price.


5652.215-9008 Past Performance Data (2001) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.3-90(a), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) Offerors shall identify past or current contracts with Federal, State, and local governments and private industry for efforts similar to the effort require by this solicitation. Offerors may identify up to (Insert number) contracts. Applicable information for each contract shall include the following:

(a) Offerors are encouraged to provide information on problems encountered on contracts and the offeror's corrective actions.
(b) Offerors shall state in their proposal if relevant performance history is not available.


5652.215-9009 Personnel Changes before Award (2008) Section L
(Revised August 2008)
As prescribed in 5615.209(k), insert the following provision,
Offerors shall verify and ensure the continuing availability of personnel for whom resumes are required and have been submitted. If personnel substitutions/changes occur prior to award, the offeror shall immediately notify the Contracting Officer. Failure to do so may render the proposal unacceptable.


5652.215-9010 Cost and Pricing Data Not Required (1998) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.408(o), insert the following provision,
It is anticipated that adequate price competition will be available to determine price reasonableness. In the event that the price reasonableness cannot be determined based on adequate competition, the Contracting Officer may require the submittal of cost or pricing data in accordance with FAR 15.403.


5652.215-9011 Proposed Profit/Fee (2005) Section L
As prescribed in 5615.408(r), insert the following provision, Editable
Offerors are encouraged to submit a completed DD Form 1547 "Record of Weighted Guidelines Method Application" to support the proposed profit in accordance with DFARS 215.404-71. The DD Form 1547 and supporting documentation are/are not required. If submitted, the DD Form 1547 and supporting documentation shall be included in the cost volume of the proposal.


5652.215-9012 Basis for Award (2001) Section M
As prescribed in 5615.3-90(b), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) Award of the contract(s) resulting from this solicitation will be made to the offeror whose proposal is deemed to represent the best value to the Government based on the factors listed below. Factors are listed in descending order of importance.

(Insert factors and subfactors for evaluation in descending order of importance.)

(b) All evaluation factors other than (Insert "cost" or "price") combined are (Insert "Significantly more important than "cost" or "price"", "Approximately equal to "cost" or "price"", "Significantly less important than "cost" or "price"").
Alternate I
(a) Past performance will be evaluated (Insert approach for evaluating past performance in accordance with FAR 15.304(d) and 15.305(a)(2)(ii)). Offerors shall identify past or current contracts with Federal, State, and local governments and private industry for efforts similar to the effort require by this solicitation. Offerors may identify up to (Insert number) contracts. The Government will use list provided by the offeror in accordance with 5652.215-9008 "Past Performance Data" along with other available information, including reports obtained from the DOD Past Performance Assessment Information System, to determine the offeror's risk of performance with regard to past performance. The evaluation will take into account past performance information regarding predecessor companies, key personnel who have relevant experience, and/or subcontractors that will perform major or critical aspects of the requirement when such information is relevant to the effort required by this solicitation. When an offeror has no record of relevant past performance, or for whom past performance information is not available, that offeror shall be given a neutral rating which will not be considered as neither a favorably or unfavorably past performance record.
Alternate II
(a) Evaluation credit will be given for technical solutions that exceed mandatory minimums.


5652.215-9013 Reserved (2005)


5652.215-9014 Basis for Award-Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Proposal (2003) Section M
As prescribed in 5615.3-90(c), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
Award of the contract(s) resulting from this solicitation will be made to the offeror whose proposal is the lowest price technically acceptable offer. Offers must be technically acceptable based on the factors below to be eligible for award.
(Insert factors and sub-factors for evaluation in descending order of importance.)
Alternate I: Use when past performance is an evaluation factor
Past performance will be evaluated (Insert approach for evaluating past performance in accordance with FAR 15.304(d) and 15.305(a)(2)(ii)). Offerors shall identify past or current contracts with Federal, State, and local governments and private industry for efforts similar to the effort require by this solicitation. Offerors may identify up to (Insert number) contracts. The Government will use the list provided by the offeror in accordance with 5652.215-9008 "Past Performance Data," along with other available information to determine the offeror's risk of performance with regard to past performance. The evaluation will take into account past performance information regarding predecessor companies, key personnel who have relevant experience, and/or subcontractors that will perform major or critical aspects of the requirement when such information is relevant to the effort required by this solicitation. When an offeror has no record of relevant past performance, or for whom past performance information is not available, that offeror shall be given a neutral rating which will not be considered as either a favorably or unfavorably past performance record.


5652.215-9015 Evaluation of Offers - Full Quantity (2003) Section M
As prescribe in 5615.3-90(d), insert the following provision,
Award of the contract(s) resulting from this solicitation will be made for the full quantities stated in the schedule. Offers that do not contain prices for all items or for quantities less than those specified in the schedule will be rejected.


5652.215-9016 Technical and Contractual Questions Concerning This Solicitation (2000) Section L
As prescribe in 5615.209(l), insert the following provision, Editable and Fill-ins
All questions concerning this procurement, either technical or contractual must be submitted in writing to the Contracting Office. No direct discussion between the technical representative and a prospective offeror will be conducted unless it is deemed necessary by the Contracting Officer. Questions shall be sent to the following point of contact:
(Insert Contracting Officer or Specialist Name, e-mail address, telephone number, fax number, and mailing address)
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________
___________________________


5652.215-9017 Government Funding Notice (2011) Section L
(Added August 2011)
As prescribed in 5615.209, insert the following clause,
Funds are not presently available for this effort. No award will be made under this solicitation until funds are available. The Government reserves the right to cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing date. In the event the Government cancels this solicitation, the Government has no obligation to reimburse an offeror for any costs.


5652.216-9000 Fixed Fee Information (2003) Section G
As prescribed in 5616.307(j), insert the following clause, Editable
Subject to the requirements of FAR 52.216-8 and all other withholding requirements of this contract, the fixed fee stated in Section B shall be paid to the contractor at the same percentage rate as the percentage of incurred and allowable costs proportionate to the total estimated cost.


5652.216-9001 Oral Orders - Indefinite Delivery Contracts (2005) Section I
As prescribed in 5616.506, insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
The Contracting Officer may issue oral orders subject to the following:
(a) No oral order will exceed ___________.
(b) The contractor will furnish a delivery ticket with each shipment in triplicate, showing: contract number, order number under the contract, date order was placed, name and title of person placing the order, an itemized listing of supplies or services furnished, unit price, unit of issue, quantity and total price for each line item, and the delivery or performance date.
(c) Invoices for supplies or services furnished in response to oral orders shall be transmitted electronically along with an electronic copy of the delivery ticket to (insert name or office and URL address).
(d) Contracting/Ordering Officers shall electronically transmit to the contractor a list of individuals authorized to place oral orders on behalf of the ordering activity.
(e) The contractor will receive an electronic confirmation notice for each oral order within ten (10) working days of receipt.
Alternate I: For use when the Government Purchase Card is an authorized method of payment
(a) The government will process payments for oral orders using the government purchase card (currently VISA). The contractor shall obtain the capacity to accept government the purchase card for the duration of the contract.
(b) The Contracting Officer shall provide the contractor a list of individuals authorized to place oral orders on behalf of the ordering activity using the government purchase card.
(c) The contractor shall submit one original and (number) copies of invoices for oral orders on a (insert appropriate time frame, e.g., monthly/bi-monthly basis) to (name & address for submitting invoices). The government will confirm the supplies or services invoiced by the contractor and authorize payment through the government purchase card system.


5652.216-9002 Withholding of Fixed Fee or Incentive Fee (2005) Section I
In accordance with 5616.406, and as prescribed in 5616.307(k), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
Pursuant to FAR 52.216-8 "Fixed Fee" or FAR 52.216-10 "Incentive Fee", the withheld amount of the fixed or incentive fee shall not exceed (Insert percentage not greater than 15%) percent of the total fee or (insert dollar amount not greater than $100,000), whichever is less.


5652.216-9003 Procedures for Issuing Task/Delivery Orders under Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity Contracts (2015) Section H
(Revised October 2015)
As prescribed in 5616.506(b), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) All multiple award contractors shall be considered for each order over $3,500, unless the Contracting Officer determines that:

(a) Unless the exceptions in paragraphs (a) above apply, the following procedures will be utilized in providing contract awardees with a fair opportunity to be considered for each order:

(a) Under the provisions of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994, protests are not authorized in connection with the issuance or proposed issuance of a task/delivery order except for a protest on the grounds that the order increases the scope, period, or maximum value of the contract or, a protest of an order valued in excess of $10 million. Protests of orders in excess of $10 million may only be filed with the Government Accountability Office, in accordance with the procedures at FAR 33.104.
(b) Task and Delivery Order Ombudsman. The Task and Delivery Order Ombudsman is responsible for reviewing complaints regarding this contract. The Ombudsman shall review complaints from the contractors and ensure all contractors are afforded a fair opportunity to be considered, consistent with the procedures of the contract. Additional information on the ombudsman can be viewed at http://www.socom.mil/SOF AT&L/Pages/Ombudsman.aspx.


5652.216-9004, Procedures for Issuing Task/Delivery Orders under Single Award, Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity Contracts (2003) Section H
As prescribed in 5616.506(c), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) Soliciting Task/Delivery Order Proposals: When the Government has a requirement for services/supplies to be performed/delivered under this contract, the Contracting Officer will issue a request for task/delivery order proposal either in writing/by telephone/ electronic transmission. Each request will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:

(a) Urgent Requirements: In the event of an urgent requirement, the Contractor shall provide a written proposal within the timeframe specified by the Contracting Officer in the specified format.
(b) Submission of Proposals: The Contractor's proposal must comply with the Instructions to Offerors included in the request for task order proposal. The Contractor shall have no more than enter appropriate number of days to submit their proposals, unless:


5652.216-9005, Government Down Time for Various Reasons (2005) Section I
In accordance with 5616.307(l), and as prescribed in 5616.601-90, insert the following clause,
From time to time Government installations may be closed in response to an unforeseen emergency or similar occurrence, or by order of the President, Secretary of Defense, or installation commander. Designated emergencies include, but are not limited to, adverse weather such as snow or flood, an act of God such as a tornado or earthquake, acts of war or terrorism, computer failures, or a base disaster such as a natural gas leak or fire.


5652.224-9000 Reserved.


5652.225-9000 Logistics Support Privileges (2005) Section H
As prescribed in 5625.802-70(b)(2)(v), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) Logistics support privileges may be authorized for Contractor personnel in overseas areas with prior approval of the overseas component commander. Authorized logistics support privileges will in no event exceed that permitted under the Applicable Statue of Forces Agreement (SOFA), or other controlling regulations. Such support may include the following:

(a) The contractor/contractor personnel shall be responsible for the return of all logistics support items (i.e. ID cards, ration cards, POV tags and registration, POV and GOV operator’s licenses, etc.) prior to the departure from an overseas area of operation.


5652.228-9000 Required Insurance (2015) Section G
(Revised December 2015)
As prescribed in 5628.310, insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
The kinds and minimum amounts of insurance required in accordance with FAR 52.228-5 "Insurance-Work on a Government Installation" are as follows:

TYPE

AMOUNT

Automobile Bodily Injury Liability

In accordance with FAR 28.307-2

Property Damage Liability

In accordance with FAR 28.307-2

Workers Compensation & Occupational Disease

In accordance with FAR 28.307-2

Employer's Liability

In accordance with FAR 28.307-2


5652.228-9001 Reserved (2011)


5652.231-9000 Authorization of Pre-Contract Cost (2009) Section G
(Revised January 2009)
As prescribed in 5631.205-32(b), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
Subject to FAR 31.205-32, the allowable cost of this contract shall include all costs which have been incurred by the contractor on and after (Insert date) in anticipation of the award of this contract, but prior to the effective date of this contract. Such costs shall be allowable only if they could have been considered as items of allowable costs if incurred after the effective date of the contract. Such anticipatory costs shall not to exceed $ (Insert amount).


5652.231-9001 Allowable Travel Costs (2014) Section I
(Revised December 2014)
As prescribed in 5631.205-46, insert the following clause,
(a) Costs for transportation, lodging, meals, and incidental expenses.

These costs shall be determined reasonable and allowable to the extent that they comply with the provisions in FAR 31.205-46.


5652.231-9002 Reserved


5652.232-9000 Funding Schedule (2003) Section G
As prescribed in 5632.705-2, insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) In accordance with FAR 52.232-22, funds in the amount of $(Insert amount of funds currently obligated for performance) have been allotted to cover performance through (Insert date).
(b) It is anticipated that additional funds will be obligated in accordance with the following schedule:
(Insert funding schedule)


5652.232-9001 Invoicing (2005) Section I
As prescribed in 5632.908(d), insert the following clause,
(a) The contractor shall segregate and bill separately costs for each Delivery/Task Order issued under this contract. Cost for performing work set forth in one Delivery/Task Order shall not be allowable under any other Delivery/Task Order.
(b) If a Delivery/Task Order contains multiple CLINs/SLINs the contractor shall segregate and bill separately the costs for each CLIN/SLIN of the Delivery/Task Order.
(c) The cost of performing work set forth on one CLIN/SLIN shall not be allowable under any other CLIN/SLIN.
(d) The contract number and Delivery/Task Order number shall appear on correspondences and invoices. For complete instruction on submittal of proper invoices under this contract, the contractor is instructed to contact the paying office as stated in Block (enter block number) of the award form
Alternate I: For use when the Government Purchase Card is the authorized method of payment
(a) The government will process payments for (supplies or services) ordered in accordance with this contract using the government purchase card system. The contractor shall invoice the government on a (enter appropriate time frame) basis. Submit the original invoice plus (number) copies to (enter appropriate name and address). The government will confirm receipt of the invoiced (services or supplies) and authorize payment through the government purchase card system.


5652.232-9002 Time and Materials/Ceiling Price Indefinite Delivery Contracts (1998) Section I
(Removed 2015)


5652.232-9003 Paying Office Instructions (2011) Section G
(Revised September 2011)
As prescribed in 5632.7004(b), insert the following clause, Editable & Fill-ins
(a) Payment to the contractor shall be sent to the following address: (Insert contractor electronic payment information or contractor mailing address)
(b) Special Payment Instructions: (Insert special paying instructions if any). (Insert appropriate Special Payment Instructions in accordance with PGI 204.7108, if applicable).


5652.232-9004 Reserved (2011)


5652.232-9005 Reserved (2008)


5652.232-9006 Electronic Distribution of Vouchers/Invoices Using Alternative to WAWF (2011) Section G
(Added September 2011)
As prescribed in 5632.7004(c), insert the following clause, Editable & Fill-ins
(a) Invoices for Fixed Price Type CLINS, with the exception of Fixed Price Incentive contracts, shall be forwarded directly to the electronic address of the designated payment office. Insert electronic address of the payment office designated in Block 12 on Standard Form 26, Block 25 on Standard Form 33, or Block 15 on DD form 1155, or otherwise designated paying office.
(b) Cost Vouchers (Standard Forms 1034/1035) for Cost Reimbursement Type CLINS (Cost Plus, Time and Material, Fixed Price Incentive, Labor Hour), shall be forwarded directly to the electronic address of the office responsible for approval of these vouchers.

(1) Interim Cost Vouchers shall be sent to the electronic address of the cognizant DCAA office. Insert the electronic address of the cognizant DCAA office. Contact the USSOCOM DCAA liaison office at dcaa-sp-fla-team@dcaa.mil for assistance, if needed in locating cognizant DCAA office. The cognizant DCAA office will forward the approved voucher electronically to the cognizant payment office.
(2) Contractors, who have been authorized for direct billing by DCAA, may send Interim Cost Vouchers directly to the electronic address of the designated payment office. See paragraph (a).
(3) Contract Completion Cost Voucher (Final Cost Voucher) and associated contract closing document(s) shall be sent to the electronic address of the DCMA office or other office administering the contract. If contract has been assigned to DCMA, insert the electronic address of the ACO. If not assigned to DCMA, insert electronic address of the Contracting Officer administering the contract. The Contracting Officer will provide copies of the final voucher and associated documentation along with request for audit electronically to the cognizant DCAA office.

(a) When submitting payment requests electronically, the contractor is not required to submit multiple copies of vouchers/invoices to a single electronic address.
Alternate I: For use when the government purchase card is the authorized method of payment. Substitute the following paragraph (a) for paragraphs (a) and (b) of the basic clause.
(a) The contractor shall simultaneously forward invoices as called for in the contract to the following government representatives at the address(s) provided upon contract award:

(1) Contracting Officer/Administrative Contracting Officer: (Insert mailing address and facsimile number of the Contracting Officer administering the contract). Original and one copy.
(2) Contracting Officer’s Representative: (Insert mailing address and facsimile number of the Contracting Officer’s Representative). One copy.


5652.232-9007 Manual Distribution of Vouchers/Invoices (2011) Section G
(Added September 2011)
As prescribed in 5632.7004(d), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) Invoices for Fixed Price Type CLINS, with the exception of Fixed Price Incentive contracts, shall be forwarded directly to the designated payment office, by facsimile or conventional mail. Insert mailing address and facsimile number of the office designated in Block 12 on Standard Form 26, Block 25 on Standard Form 33, or Block 15 on DD form 1155, or otherwise designated paying office.
(b) Cost Vouchers (Standard Forms 1034/1035) for Cost Reimbursement Type CLINS (Cost Plus, Time and Material, Fixed Price Incentive, Labor Hour), shall be forwarded directly to the office responsible for approval of these vouchers. If any assistance is needed or there are DD254 requirements, contact the USSOCOM DCAA liaison office at dcaa-sp-fla-team@dcaa.mil.

(1) Interim Cost Vouchers shall be sent to the cognizant DCAA office by facsimile or conventional mail. The contact information for this contract is (enter DCAA email address) and/or (enter DCAA phone number). Contact the cognizant DCAA office for appropriate mailing address and facsimile number. The cognizant DCAA office will forward the approved voucher to the cognizant payment office.
(2) Contractors who have been authorized for direct billing by DCAA, may send Interim Cost Vouchers directly to the designated payment office, by facsimile or conventional mail. See paragraph (a).
(3) Contract Completion Cost Voucher (Final Cost Voucher) and associated contract closing document(s) shall be sent to the DCMA office or other office administering the contract by facsimile or conventional mail. If contract has been assigned to DCMA, insert name, mailing address and facsimile number of the ACO. If not assigned to DCMA, insert name, mailing address and facsimile number of Contracting Officer administering the contract. See Block 6 on Standard Form 26, Block 24 on Standard Form 33, or Block 7 on DD form 1155, or otherwise designated paying office. The Contracting Officer will provide copies of the final voucher and associated documentation along with request for audit to the cognizant DCAA office.

Alternate I: For use when the government purchase card is the authorized method of payment. Substitute the following paragraph (a) for paragraphs (a) and (b) of the basic clause:
(a) The contractor shall simultaneously forward invoices as called for in the contract to the following government representatives at the address(s) provided upon contract award:

(1) Contracting Officer/Administrative Contracting Officer: (Insert mailing address and facsimile number of the Contracting Officer administering the contract). Original and one copy.
(2) Contracting Officer’s Representative: (Insert mailing address and facsimile number of the Contracting Officer’s Representative). One copy.


5652.233-9000 Independent Review of Agency Protests (2013) Section I
(Revised August 2011) (Revised September 2013-reorganization)
As prescribed in 5633.106, insert the following clause,
All protests shall be submitted through the Contracting Officer. A request for an independent review of the protest decision shall be made through the Contracting Officer to the HCD/FCO. If the HCD/FCO is the Contracting Officer, submit the request in accordance with FAR 33.103(d)(4) to: Chief, SOF-AT&L-KM or SOF-AT&L-KX as appropriate, 7701 Tampa Point Blvd., MacDill AFB, FL 33621, Fax (813) 826-7504.


5652.235-9000 Conduct of Research (2003) Section I
As prescribed in 5635.015, insert the following clause,
(a) The contractor shall bear primary responsibility for the research to be conducted under this contract.
(b) The contractor shall change the phenomenon under study, the stated objectives of the research, or the methodology, only after obtaining the Contracting Officer's written approval.
(c) The contractor shall change the principal investigator or project leader only after obtaining the Contracting Officer's written approval.
(d) The contractor shall advise the Contracting Officer if the principal investigator or project leader will, or plans to, devote substantially less effort to the work than anticipated.
Alternate I: (1997) Use when the conditions in FAR 35.015(a)(1)(ii) exist.
(a) The principal investigator or project leader for the contract, who shall be closely involved and continuously responsible for the conduct of the work, is (insert name). The contractor's estimate of the amount of time that this individual will devote to the work under the contract is (insert contractor's estimate).


5652.237-9000 Contractor Personnel Changes (1998) Section I
As prescribed in 5637.110(a), insert the following clause,
(a) The contractor shall have the right to remove his personnel assigned to perform the tasks hereunder and to substitute other qualified personnel provided that the Contracting Officer is notified of such removal and replacement. The contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer prior to such change, giving the new employee's name, security clearance and technical qualifications.
(b) Any removals or replacements for the convenience of the contractor shall be at no additional cost to the Government. Cost to be borne by the contractor include but are not limited to time of travel, travel and training costs for replacement personnel.
(c) Removals or replacements of contractor personnel shall be considered for the convenience of the contractor except when such removal is for:

(1) employees removed as a result of cancellation or completion of the contract,
(2) employees replaced due to death or incapacitating illness or injury,
(3) or employees removed or replaced at the Government's request.

(a) If any employee removes him/herself from the employ of the contractor, such removal will be at no additional cost to the Government.


5652.237-9001 Key Personnel Requirements (2003) Section I
As prescribed in 5637.110(b), insert the following clause, Fill-ins
(a) Certain experienced professional and/or technical personnel are essential for successful accomplishment of the work to be performed under this contract. Such personnel are defined as "Key Personnel" and are those persons whose resumes were submitted for evaluation of the proposal. The contractor agrees that such personnel shall not be removed from the contract work or replaced without compliance with the following:

(1) If one or more of the key personnel, for any reason, becomes or is expected to become unavailable for work under this contract for a continuous period exceeding 30 work days, or is expected to devote substantially less effort to the work than indicated in the proposal or initially anticipated, the contractor shall, subject to the concurrence of the Contracting Officer or an authorized representative, promptly replace personnel with personnel of equal ability and qualifications.
(2) All requests for approval of substitutions hereunder must be in writing and provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances necessitating the proposed substitutions. The request must contain a resume for the proposed substitute, and any other information requested by the Contracting Officer. The Contracting Officer shall promptly notify the contractor of approval or disapproval in writing.

(a) If the Contracting Officer determines that suitable and timely replacement of Key Personnel who have been reassigned, terminated or have otherwise become unavailable for the contract work is not reasonably forthcoming or that the resultant reduction of productive effort would be so substantial as to impair successful completion of the contract, the Contracting Officer may terminate the contract for default or for the convenience of the Government, as appropriate, or make an equitable adjustment to the contract to compensate the Government for any resultant delay, loss or damage.
(b) The follow positions are identified as Key Personnel:
(Insert Key Personnel Positions)


5652.239-9000 Privacy or Security Safeguards. (2000) Section I
As prescribed in 5639.107, insert the following clause,
(a) The details of any privacy or security safeguards that may be revealed to the contractor by the Government in the course of performance under this contract shall not be published or disclosed in any manner without the Contracting Officer's express written consent.
(b) The Government shall be afforded full, free, and uninhibited access to all facilities, installations, technical capabilities, operations, documentation, records, and data bases for the purpose of carrying out a program of inspection to ensure continued efficacy and efficiency of safeguards against threats and hazards to data security, integrity, and confidentiality.
(c) If either the Government or the contractor discovers new or unanticipated threats or hazards, or if existing safeguards have ceased to function, then a mutual agreement shall then be reached on the changes or corrections to existing safeguards or institution of new safeguards, with final determination of appropriateness to be determined by the Government. The Government's liability is limited to an equitable adjustment of cost for such changes or corrections, unless the ineffectiveness of existing safeguards is due to the fault of the contractor in which case the Government is not liable for any equitable adjustment.
(d) The Government shall not be liable for claims of loss of business, damage to reputation, or damages of any other kind arising from the discovery of new or unanticipated threats or hazards, or any public or private disclosure thereof.
(e) The contractor agrees to incorporate this clause in all subcontracts at all tiers.


5652.242-9000 Designated Inventory Manager (1998) Section G
As prescribed in 5642.1107(c), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
The designated inventory manager for delay reporting in accordance with FAR 42.1106(c) and DFARS 242.1106(b) and (c) is:
(Insert Inventory Manager names, organization, address, and phone number)


5652.242-9001 Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) (2010) Section K
As prescribed in 5642.202(c), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
Components of the Department of Defense perform contract administration services providing assistance to contractors and Government agencies in accomplishing most administrative functions required under a contract. The following office may be involved. The offeror shall insert the address of the cognizant office or state "unknown" below:

Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Contract Management Office (CMO)
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Telephone:___________________________________________


5652.242-9002 Accounting for Common Access Cards (CACs) for Contractor Personnel Departing HQ USSOCOM (2014) Section I
(Added February 2014)
As prescribed in 5642-490 insert a clause substantially the same as the following in solicitations and contracts and or task orders:
(a) In the event a contractor employee separates without advance notice (either quits or is terminated), the contractor shall immediately notify the Trusted Agent (TA) who will ensure CAC permissions are revoked the same day. In various instances a contractor employee may not be on task (working) due to furloughs, suspensions pending the outcome of an investigation, or the contract reaches the end of the period of performance (POP) and renewal is anticipated but not yet complete. During these occurrences, the TA or a representative from the contractor (TA’s choice) will collect and retain the CACs of the affected contractor personnel residing in the local area however; CAC permissions will not be revoked in the Trusted Associate Sponsorship System (TASS). Collecting CACs however, may not be feasible for contractor personnel located in remote locations. When contractor personnel return to work under the contract, they will retrieve their CAC from the responsible party who collected it.
(b) The contractor shall include a monthly report listing contractor employees who departed during the previous month and the date their CACs were turned in using the format listed below.

Employee Name

Contract Number

TO Number

Company Name

HQ USSCOM Office Symbol

TA Name

Termination Date

Date CAC returned to RAPIDS Site

Remarks

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

5652.243-9000, Technical Improvements (2006) Section I
As prescribed in 5643.205-72, insert the following clause, Editable
(a) After contract award, the Government may solicit, or independently the Contractor may propose, technology improvements to the equipment, software specifications, or other requirements of the contract. For purposes of this contract, these improvements will be considered Engineering Change Proposals (ECP)/Engineering Change Orders (ECO). These improvements may be proposed to save money, save energy, improve performance or for any other purpose which presents a technological advantage to the Government. As part of the proposed changes, the Contractor shall submit a price proposal to the Contracting Officer for evaluation. Those proposed technology improvements that are acceptable to the Government will be processed as modifications to the contract.
(b) As a minimum, the following information shall be submitted by the Contractor with each proposal:

(1) A description of the difference between the existing contract requirement and the proposed change, and the comparative advantages and disadvantages of each;
(2) Itemized requirements of the contract which must be changed if the proposal is adopted, and the proposed revision to the contract for each such change;
(3) An estimate of the changes in performance and cost, if any, that will result from adoption of the proposal;
(4) An evaluation of the effects the proposed changes would have on collateral costs to the Government, such as Government-furnished property costs, costs of related items, and costs of maintenance, operation and conversion (including Government application software); and
(5) A statement of the time by which the contract modification adopting the proposal must be issued so as to obtain the maximum benefits of the changes during the remainder of this contract including supporting rationale; and
(6) Any effect on the contract completion time or delivery schedule shall be identified.

(a) The Government reserves the right to require a rerun of selected portions of the live test demonstration to verify the proposed improvement, at no additional charge to the Government.
(b) The Government will not be liable for proposal preparation costs or any delay in acting upon any proposal submitted pursuant herein. The Contractor has the right to withdraw, in whole or in part, any proposal not accepted by the Government within the period specified in the proposal. The decision of the Contracting Officer as to the acceptance of any such proposal under this contract is final and not subject to the “Disputes” clause of this contract.
(c) The Contracting Officer may accept any proposal submitted pursuant to this clause by giving the Contractor written notice thereof. This written notice will be given by issuance of a modification to this contract. Unless and until a modification is executed to incorporate a proposal under this contract, the Contractor shall remain obligated to perform in accordance with the requirements, terms and conditions of the existing contract.
(d) If a proposal submitted pursuant to this clause is accepted and applied to this contract, the equitable adjustment increasing or decreasing the contract price shall be in accordance with the procedures of the “Changes” clause. The resulting contract modification will state that it is made pursuant to this clause.


5652.245-9000 Rent-Free Use of Government Furnished Property (GFP) (1998) Section I
As prescribed in 5645.404, insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
Property furnished to the contractor by the Government, or acquired by the contractor for the Government's account under contract (insert contract number), and required in performance of this contract, will be utilized on a rent-free, noninterference basis, in the performance of this contract. Upon closeout and completion of GFP inventory under contract (insert contract number), property required for further performance of this contract will be transferred to this contract by modification. A copy of the inventory shall be furnished to the Contracting Officer and Administrative Contracting Officer within thirty days after the date of award of this contract.


5652.245-9001 Schedule of Government-Furnished Material (2001) Section H
As prescribed in 5645.106(h), insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
The Government will furnish material in accordance with the Government Furnished Property clause of the contract for use in the performance of this contract. A list of the materials to be supplied is located in Section J of the solicitation. The contractor will requisition required materials in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Statement of Work, Paragraph (insert number/reference).


5652.245-9002 Reserved (2005)


5652.245-9003 Reserved (2005)


5652.245-9004 Reserved (2005)


5652.245-9005 Reserved (2005)


5652.245-9006 Reserved (2003)


5652.246-9000 Marking of Warranted Items (1998) Section D
As prescribed in 5646.710(f), insert the following clause,
Each item covered by a warranty shall be stamped or marked with the contract number, item description, and ship to address. Items shall also include markings that state (i) the existence and substance of the warranty, (ii) the warranty duration, and (iii) who to notify if supplies are found to be defective. Where this is impractical, written notice shall be attached to or furnished with the warranted item.


5652.246-9001 Material Inspection and Receiving Reports (DD 250) Addresses (2001) Section E
As prescribed in 5646.370(b), insert the following clause, Fill-ins
Material Inspection and Receiving Reports shall be transmitted electronically in accordance with DFARS 252.246-7000 to the following addresses:
(Insert the addresses of the RAO or COR, procurement office, payment office, Administrative contracting office, and any other required addresses after award.)


5652.246-9002 Statement of Services Rendered and Accepted (2001) Section I
As prescribed in 5646.502, insert the following clause, Editable and Fill-ins
(a) The contractor shall submit a Material Inspection and Receiving Report DD Form 250, to the (insert "Contracting Officer’s Representative" or "Requiring Activity Official") designated in Section E of the schedule upon completion of the services called for in the contract. Services performed satisfactorily will be accepted by the COR on the DD form 250.
(b) The contractor shall submit an invoice/voucher that supports the executed DD Form 250. Payment request shall be submitted on Standard Form 1034, Public Voucher for Purchases and Services Other Than Personal. The SF 1034 shall be submitted through the contract administration office to the cognizant DFAS payment office.


5652.247-9000 Packaging and Marking - F.O.B. Destination (1998) Section D
As prescribed in 5647.303, insert the following clause, Editable.
The shipping, address, contract number, device number, and any other "MARK FOR" information shall be clearly marked on the outside of all packages shipped under this contract. Information shall be easily identified without opening the package. This information shall also be included on the inside of all packages.


5652.247-9001 Contracting Officer Notification of Shipment (2009) Section F
(Added June 2009)
As prescribed in 5647.208-2-90, insert the following clause.
The Contractor shall notify the contracting officer, as identified on the face page of the contract, upon release of shipment. Notification must contain at a minimum, the following:


5652.252-9000 Notice of Incorporation of Section K (1998) Section I
(Removed December 2015)
HQ, United States Special Operations Command
Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (SOF AT&L-K)
SOFARS 5652
February 2007

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