Vehicles shall be prepared for export on wheels, unboxed, unless otherwise specified in the Schedule of Items. All parts and equipment easily removable subject to pilferage shall be enclosed in a box substantially secured to the vehicle inside body if feasible in such a manner as to minimize the possibility of loss or damage while in transit to ultimate destination. 211-89 Non-Manufactured Wood Packaging Material for Export. 204 b 8insert the following clause.
Non-manufactured woodis also called solid wood and defined as wood packing other than that comprised wholly of wood-based products such as plywood, particle board, oriented strand board, veneer, wood wool, and similar materials, which has been created using glue, heat and pressure or a combination thereof. Packaged material, and solid wood packing material SWPMfor purposes of this clause, is defined as each separate and distinct material that by itself or in combination with other materials forms the container providing a means of protecting and handling a product.
b Non-manufactured wood pallets and other non-manufactured wood packaging material used to pack items for delivery to or through IPPC countries must be marked and properly treated in accordance with IPPC guidelines. c This requirement applies whether the shipment is direct to the end user or through a Government designated consolidation point. This includes, but is not limited to, pallets, dunnage, crating, packing blocks, drums, load boards, pallet collars, and skids.
Packaging that does not conform to IPPC guidelines will be refused entry, destroyed or treated prior to entry. d For Department of Defense distribution facilities or freight consolidation points, all non-manufactured wood pallets or packaging material with a probability of entering countries endorsing the IPPC Guidelines must be treated and marked in accordance with DLAD 47. htmand MIL-STD-2073-1, Standard Practice for Military Packaging and any future revision.
e Pallets and packing material shipped to FAS distribution facilities designated for possible delivery to the countries endorsing the IPPC Guidelines will comply with DLAD 47. f Delays in delivery caused by non-complying pallets or wood package material will not be considered as beyond the control of the Contractor. 305-1, and MIL-STD-2073-1. Any applicable Government expense incurred as a result of the Contractor s failure to provide appropriate pallets or package material shall be reimbursed by the Contractor.
Expenses may include the applicable cost for repackaging, handling and return shipping, or the destruction of solid wood packaging material. 211-90 Small Parts. 204 b 9insert the following clause. All small parts required to be furnished with machines covered by contracts resulting from this solicitation shall be packed in envelopes, sealed, identified with part numbers and quantity on outside of envelopes.
Larger parts must be individually tagged and identified with part number on face of tag. 211-91 Vehicle Decals, Stickers, and Data Plates. Unless otherwise specified, caution plates decals shall be conspicuously installed for all equipment requiring such notices. 204 b 10insert the following clause. Vehicles for civil agencies shall be provided with the manufacturer s current warranty legend imprinted on decalcomania, and applied in a visible area of the engine compartment.
In addition, a decal or sticker shall provide at least the following information contract number; purchase order number; date of delivery, month and year; and the warranty time, in month and miles. 211-92 Radio Frequency Identification RFID Using Passive Tags. 204 b 11insert the following clause. 211-93 Reserved. 211-94 Time of Delivery. 404 dinsert the following clause. An X mark in the left hand block shall be considered a mandatory requirement to be fulfilled by the contractor.
212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items FAR DEVIATION. As prescribed in 512. 301 ereplace subparagraph g 2paragraph sand paragraph u of FAR clause 52. g 2 The due date for making invoice payments by the designated payment office is the later of the following two events. Also, add paragraph w to FAR clause 52. i The 10 th day after the designated billing office receives a proper invoice from the Contractor. If the designated billing office fails to annotate the invoice with the date of receipt at the time of receipt, the invoice payment due date shall be the 10 th day after the date of the Contractor s invoice; provided the Contractor submitted a proper invoice and no disagreement exists over quantity, quality, or Contractor compliance with contract requirements.
ii The 10 th day after Government acceptance of supplies delivered or services performed by the Contractor. s Order of precedence. Any inconsistencies in this solicitation or contract shall be resolved by giving precedence in the following order. 1 The schedule of supplies services. 2 The Assignments, Disputes, Payments, Invoice, Other Compliances, Compliance with Laws Unique to Government Contracts, Unauthorized Obligations, and Commercial Supplier Agreements - Unenforceable Clauses paragraphs of this clause.
3 The clause at 52. 4 Addenda to this solicitation or contract, including any commercial supplier agreements as amended by the Commercial Supplier Agreements - Unenforceable Clauses provision. 5 Solicitation provisions if this is a solicitation. 6 Other paragraphs of this clause. 7 The Standard Form 1449. 8 Other documents, exhibits, and attachments. 9 The specification. u Unauthorized Obligations. 1 Except as stated in paragraph u 2 of this clause, when any supply or service acquired under this contract is subject to any commercial supplier agreement as defined in 502.
101 that includes any language, provision, or clause requiring the Government to pay any future fees, penalties, interest, legal costs or to indemnify the Contractor or any person or entity for damages, costs, fees, or any other loss or liability that would create an Anti-Deficiency Act violation 31 U. i Any such language, provision, or clause is unenforceable against the Government.
1341the following shall govern. ii Neither the Government nor any Government authorized end user shall be deemed to have agreed to such clause by virtue of it appearing in the commercial supplier agreement. If the commercial supplier agreement is invoked through an I agree click box or other comparable mechanism e.click-wrap or browse-wrap agreementsexecution does not bind the Government or any Government authorized end user to such clause.
iii Any such language, provision, or clause is deemed to be stricken from the commercial supplier agreement. 2 Paragraph u 1 of this clause does not apply to indemnification or any other payment by the Government that is expressly authorized by statute and specifically authorized under applicable agency regulations and procedures. w Commercial supplier agreements unenforceable clauses. When any supply or service acquired under this contract is subject to a commercial supplier agreement as defined in 502.
101the following language shall be deemed incorporated into the commercial supplier agreement. As used herein, this agreement means the commercial supplier agreement. 1 Notwithstanding any other provision of this agreement, when the end user is an agency or instrumentality of the U. Government, the following shall apply. i Applicability.
This agreement is a part of a contract between the commercial supplier and the U. Government for the acquisition of the supply or service that necessitates a license or other similar legal instrument including all contracts, task orders, and delivery orders under FAR Part 12. This agreement shall bind the ordering activity as end user but shall not operate to bind a Government employee or person acting on behalf of the Government in his or her personal capacity.
iii Law and disputes. This agreement is governed by Federal law. A Any language purporting to subject the U. Government to the laws of a U. territory, district, or municipality, or a foreign nation, except where Federal law expressly provides for the application of such laws, is hereby deleted. B Any language requiring dispute resolution in a specific forum or venue that is different from that prescribed by applicable Federal law is hereby deleted. C Any language prescribing a different time period for bringing an action than that prescribed by applicable Federal law in relation to a dispute is hereby deleted.
iv Continued performance. The supplier or licensor shall not unilaterally revoke, terminate or suspend any rights granted to the Government except as allowed by this contract. If the supplier or licensor believes the ordering activity to be in breach of the agreement, it shall pursue its rights under the Contract Disputes Act or other applicable Federal statute while continuing performance as set forth in subparagraph d Disputes. In the event of a claim or dispute arising under or relating to this agreement, a binding arbitration shall not be used unless specifically authorized by agency guidance, and equitable or injunctive relief, including the award of attorney fees, costs or interest, may be awarded against the U.
Government only when explicitly provided by statute e.Prompt Payment Act or Equal Access to Justice Act. vi Updating terms. v Arbitration; equitable or injunctive relief. A After award, the contractor may unilaterally revise commercial supplier agreement terms if they are not material. A material change is defined as. 1 Terms that change Government rights or obligations. 2 Terms that increase Government prices.
3 Terms that decrease overall level of service; or. 4 Terms that limit any other Government right addressed elsewhere in this contract. B For revisions that will materially change the terms of the contract, the revised commercial supplier agreement must be incorporated into the contract using a bilateral modification. C Any agreement terms or conditions unilaterally revised subsequent to award that are inconsistent with any material term or provision of this contract shall not be enforceable against the Government, and the Government shall not be deemed to have consented to them.
vii No automatic renewals. If any license or service tied to periodic payment is provided under this agreement e.annual software maintenance or annual lease termsuch license or service shall not renew automatically upon expiration of its current term without prior express consent by an authorized Government representative.
viii Indemnification. Any clause of this agreement requiring the commercial supplier or licensor to defend or indemnify the end user is hereby amended to provide that the U. Department of Justice has the sole right to represent the United States in any such action, in accordance with 28 U. Any clause of this agreement permitting the commercial supplier or licensor to audit the end user s compliance with this agreement is hereby amended as follows.
A Discrepancies found in an audit may result in a charge by the commercial supplier or licensor to the ordering activity. Any resulting invoice must comply with the proper invoicing requirements specified in the underlying Government contract or order. B This charge, if disputed by the ordering activity, will be resolved in accordance with subparagraph d Disputes ; no payment obligation shall arise on the part of the ordering activity until the conclusion of the dispute process.
C Any audit requested by the contractor will be performed at the contractor s expense, without reimbursement by the Government. x Taxes or surcharges. Any taxes or surcharges which the commercial supplier or licensor seeks to pass along to the Government as end user will be governed by the terms of the underlying Government contract or order and, in any event, must be submitted to the Contracting Officer for a determination of applicability prior to invoicing unless specifically agreed to otherwise in the Government contract.
xi Non-assignment. This agreement may not be assigned, nor may any rights or obligations thereunder be delegated, without the Government s prior approval, except as expressly permitted under subparagraph b of this clause. If this agreement includes a confidentiality clause, such clause is hereby amended to state that neither the agreement nor the contract price list, as applicable, shall be deemed confidential information.
xii Confidential information. Issues regarding release of unit pricing will be resolved consistent with the Freedom of Information Act. Notwithstanding anything in this agreement to the contrary, the Government may retain any confidential information as required by law, regulation or its internal document retention procedures for legal, regulatory or compliance purposes; provided, however, that all such retained confidential information will continue to be subject to the confidentiality obligations of this agreement.
2 If any language, provision, or clause of this agreement conflicts or is inconsistent with the preceding paragraph w 1the language, provisions, or clause of paragraph w 1 shall prevail to the extent of such inconsistency. 212-70 Reserved. 212-71 Contract Terms and Conditions Applicable to GSA Acquisition of Commercial Items.
301 a 1insert the following clause. a The Contractor agrees to comply with any clause that is incorporated herein by reference to implement agency policy applicable to acquisition of commercial items or components. The clause in effect based on the applicable regulation cited on the date the solicitation is issued applies unless otherwise stated herein. The clauses in paragraph b of this section are incorporated by reference. 212-72 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to GSA Acquisition of Commercial Items.
301 a 2insert the following clause. The Contractor agrees to comply with any provision or clause that is incorporated herein by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive Orders applicable to acquisition of commercial items or components. The provision or clause in effect based on the applicable regulation cited on the date the solicitation is issued applies unless otherwise stated herein. The following provisions and clauses are incorporated by reference.
214-70 All or None Bids. 212-73 Reserved. As prescribed in 514. 201-6, insert the following provision. a The Government reserves the right to evaluate bids and make awards on an all or none basis as provided below. b A bid submitted on an all or none or similar basis will be evaluated as follows The lowest acceptable bid exclusive of the all or none bid will be selected with respect to each item or group of items when the solicitation provides for aggregate awards and the total cost of all items thus determined shall be compared with the total of the lowest acceptable all or none bid.
Award will be made to result in the lowest total cost to the Government. 214-71 Reserved. 214-72 Bid Sample Requirements. 202-4 a 3insert the following provision. This provision supplements FAR 52. 214-20, which is incorporated by reference. Samples shall be from the production of the manufacturer whose products will be supplied under resultant contracts. a Two bid samples are required for each of the following items in this solicitation.
b Two representative samples shall be submitted for each of the following items upon which a bid is submitted. NOTE Bidders that propose to furnish an item or group of items from more than one manufacturer or production point must submit two samples from the production of each manufacturer or production point. c Samples will be evaluated to determine compliance with all characteristics listed below. d Forward samples addressed to the Sample Room indicated below.
Except for samples delivered by U. Mail, deliveries will be accepted between the hours of Mondays through Fridays, official holidays excluded. CAUTION USE PROPER ADDRESS FOR METHOD OF SHIPMENT SELECTED. 215-70 Examination of Records by GSA. As prescribed in 515. e Contracting Officer insert address. 209-70 a insert the following clause. The Contractor agrees that the Administrator of General Services or any duly authorized representatives shall, until the expiration of 3 years after final payment under this contract, or of the time periods for the particular records specified in Subpart 4.
7 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation 48 CFR 4. 7whichever expires earlier, have access to and the right to examine any books, documents, papers, and records of the Contractor involving transactions related to this contract or compliance with any clauses thereunder. The Contractor further agrees to include in all its subcontracts hereunder a provision to the effect that the subcontractor agrees that the Administrator of General Services or any authorized representatives shall, until the expiration of 3 years after final payment under the subcontract, or of the time periods for the particular records specified in Subpart 4.
7whichever expires earlier, have access to and the right to examine any books, documents, papers, and records of such subcontractor involving transactions related to the subcontract or compliance with any clauses thereunder. The term subcontract as used iqoption saque this clause excludes a purchase orders not exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold and b subcontracts or purchase orders for public utility services at rates established for uniform applicability to the general public.
215-71 Examination of Records by GSA Multiple Award Schedule. 209-70 c insert the following clause. The Contractor agrees that the Administrator of General Services or any duly authorized representative shall have access to and the right to examine any books, documents, papers and records of the Contractor involving transactions related to this contract for overbillings, billing errors, compliance with the Price Reduction clause and compliance with the Industrial Funding Fee and Sales Reporting clause of this contract.
The basic contract and each option shall be treated as separate contracts for purposes of applying this clause. This authority shall expire 3 years after final payment. 215-72 Price Adjustment Failure to Provide Accurate Information. 408 dinsert the following clause. a The Government, at its election, may reduce the price of this contract or contract modification if the Contracting Officer determines after award of this contract or contract modification that the price negotiated was increased by a significant amount because the Contractor failed to.
1 Provide information required by this solicitation contract or otherwise requested by the Government; or. 2 Submit information that was current, accurate, and complete; or. 3 Disclose changes in the Contractor s commercial pricelist sdiscounts or discounting policies which occurred after the original submission and prior to the completion of negotiations. b The Government will consider information submitted to be current, accurate and complete if the data is current, accurate and complete as of 14 calendar days prior to the date it is submitted.
c If any reduction in the contract price under this clause reduces the price for items for which payment was made prior to the date of the modification reflecting the price reduction, the Contractor shall be liable to and shall pay the United States. 1 The amount of the overpayment; and. 2 Simple interest on the amount of such overpayment to be computed from the date s of overpayment to the Contractor to the date the Government is repaid by the Contractor at the applicable underpayment rate effective each quarter prescribed by the Secretary of Treasury under 26 U.
d Failure to agree on the amount of the decrease shall be resolved as a dispute. e In addition to the remedy in paragraph a of this clause, the Government may terminate this contract iqoption saque default. The rights and remedies of the Government specified herein are not exclusive, and are in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law or under this contract. 215-73 Notice. a The information collection requirements contained in this solicitation contract are either required by regulation or approved by the Office of Management and Budget pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act and assigned OMB Control No.
209-70 binsert the following clause. b GSA s hours of operation are 8 00 a. Requests for pre-award debriefings postmarked or otherwise submitted after 4 30 p. will be considered submitted the following business day. Requests for post-award debriefings delivered after 4 30 p. will be considered received and filed the following business day. 216-70 Economic Price Adjustment FSS Multiple Award Schedule Contracts. 203-4 ainsert the following clause.
Price adjustments include price increases and price decreases. Adjustments will be considered as follows. Price decreases will be handled in accordance with the provisions of the Price Reduction Clause. As prescribed in 516. b Contractors may request price increases under the following conditions. 1 Increases resulting from a reissue or other modification of the Contractor s commercial catalog pricelist that was used as the basis for the contract award.
2 Only three increases will be considered during the contract period. 3 Increases are requested after the first 30 days of the contract period and prior to the last 60 days of the contract period. 4 At least 30 days elapse between requested increases. c The aggregate of the increases in any contract unit price under this clause shall not exceed percent of the original contract unit price. The Government reserves the right to raise this ceiling where changes in market conditions during the contract period support an increase.
d The following material shall be submitted with the request for a price increase. 1 A copy of the commercial catalog pricelist showing the price increase and the effective date for commercial customers. 2 Commercial Sales Practice format regarding the Contractor s commercial pricing practice relating to the reissued or modified catalog price- list, or a certification that no change has occurred in the data since completion of the initial negotiation or a subsequent submission.
3 Documentation supporting the reasonableness of the price increase. e The Government reserves the right to exercise one of the following options. 1 Accept the Contractor s price increases as requested when all conditions of bcand d of this clause are satisfied. 2 Negotiate more favorable discounts from the new commercial prices when the total increase requested is not supported; or.
3 Remove the product s from contract involved pursuant to the Cancellation Clause of this contract, when the increase requested is not supported. f The contract modification reflecting the price adjustment shall be signed by the Government and made effective upon receipt of notification from the Contractor that the new catalog pricelist has been mailed to the addressees previously furnished by the Contracting Officer, provided that in no event shall such price adjustment be effective prior to the effective date of the commercial price increases.
The increased contract prices shall apply to delivery orders issued to the Contractor on or after the effective date of the contract modification. Alternate I Sep 1999. As prescribed by 516. 203-4 a 2substitute the following for paragraphs b and c of the clause. b Contractors may request price increases to be effective on or after the first 12 months of the contract period providing all of the following conditions are met.
2 No more than three increases will be considered during each succeeding 12-month period of the contract. For succeeding contract periods of less than 12 months, up to three increases will be considered subject to the other conditions of this paragraph b. 3 Increases are requested before the last 60 days of the contract period. c any contract period during which price increases will be considered, the aggregate of the increases during any 12-month period shall not exceed percent of the contract unit price in effect at the end of the preceding 12-month period.
The Government reserves the right to raise the ceiling when market conditions during the contract period support such a change. a Contractors shall submit price decreases anytime during the contract period in which they occur. 216-71 Economic Price Adjustment Special Order Program Contracts. a Producer Price Index PPIas used in this clause, means the originally released index, not seasonally adjusted, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.
Department of Labor Labor for product code found under Table. b During the term of the contract, the award price may be adjusted once during each 12-month period upward or downward. However, if an upward adjustment, a maximum of percent shall apply. Any price adjustment for the product code shall be based upon the percentage change in the PPI released in the month prior to the initial month of the contract period specified in th e solicitation for sealed bidding or the month prior to award in negotiation the base index and the PPI released 12 months later the updated index.
The formula for determining the Adjusted Contract Price ACP applicable to shipments for the balance of the contract period is. c If the PPI is not available for the month of the base index or the updated index, the month with the most recently published PPI prior to the month determining the base index or updated index shall be used.
d If a product code is discontinued, the Government and the Contractor will mutually agree to substitute a similar product code. If Labor designates an index with a new title and or code number as continuous with the product code specified above, the new index shall be used. e Unless the Contractor s written request for a price adjustment resulting from the application of the formula in paragraph b of this clause is received by the Contracting Officer within 30 calendar days of the release of the updated index, the Contractor shall have waived its right to an upward price adjustment for the balance of the contract.
Alternatively, the Contracting Officer will unilaterally adjust the award price downward when appropriate using the updated index defined in paragraph b of this clause. f Price adjustments shall be effective upon execution of a contract modification by the Government or on the 31 st day following the release of the updated index, whichever is later, shall indicate the updated index and percent of change as well as the ACP, and shall not apply to delivery orders issued before the effective date.
Alternate I Aug 2010. 203-4 a 1 and 2substitute the following paragraphs beand f for paragraphs beand f of the basic clause. b Once during each 12-month period, the contract price may be adjusted upward or downward a maximum of percent. 1 For the first option period, any price adjustment for the product code shall be based upon the percentage change in the PPI released in the month prior to the initial month of the contract period specified in the solicitation for sealed bidding or the month prior to award in negotiation the base index and the PPI released in the third month before completion of the initial contract period stated in the solicitation the updated index.
This initial contract period may be less than 12 months. The formula for determining the Adjusted Contract Price ACP applicable to shipments during the first option period is. 2 For any subsequent option period, the price adjustment shall be the percentage change between the previously updated index the new base index and the PPI released 12 months later the most recent updated index. The formula for determining the ACP applicable to shipments for the subsequent option period s is.
This percentage shall be applied to the Current Contract Price CCP. e Unless the Contractor s written request for a price adjustment resulting from the application of the formulas in paragraphs b 1 or 2 of this clause is received by the Contracting Officer within 30 calendar days of the date of the Government s preliminary written notice of its intent to exercise the option, the Contractors shall have waived its right to an upward price adjustment for that option period.
Alternatively, the Contracting Officer in its written notice shall exercise the option at the CCP or at a reduced price when appropriate using the formulas in paragraphs b 1 or 2 of this clause. f Price adjustments shall be effected by execution of a contract modification by the Government indicating the most recent updated index and percent of change and shall apply to delivery orders placed on or after the first day of the option period.
203-4 a 2add the following paragraph g to the basic clause. g No price adjustment will be made unless the percentage change in the PPI is at least percent. 216-72 Placement of Orders. 506 ainsert the following clause. Alternate II Aug 2010. a Delivery orders orders will be placed by. b Orders may be placed through Electronic Data Interchange EDI or mailed in paper form. EDI orders shall be placed using the American National Standards Institute ANSI X12 Standard for Electronic Data Interchange EDI format.
c If the Contractor agrees, General Services Administration s Federal Acquisition Service FAS will place all orders by EDI using computer-to-computer EDI. If computer-to-computer EDI is not possible, FAS will use an alternative EDI method allowing the Contractor to receive orders by facsimile transmission. d When computer-to-computer EDI procedures will be used to iqoption saque orders, the Contractor shall enter into one or more Trading Partner Agreements TPA with each Federal agency placing orders electronically in order to ensure mutual understanding by the parties of certain electronic transaction conventions and to recognize the rights and responsibilities of the parties as they apply to this method of placing orders.
Subject to the Contractor s agreement, other agencies may place orders by EDI. The TPA must identify, among other things, the third party provider s through which electronic orders are placed, the transaction sets used, security procedures, and guidelines for implementation. e The Contractor shall be responsible for providing its own hardware and software necessary to transmit and receive data electronically. Federal agencies may obtain a sample format to customize as needed from the office specified in paragraph g of this clause.
Additionally, each party to the TPA shall be responsible for the costs associated with its use of third party provider services. f Nothing in the TPA will invalidate any part of this contract between the Contractor and the General Services Administration. All terms and conditions of this contract that otherwise would be applicable to a mailed order shall apply to the electronic order.
506 asubstitute the following paragraphs abcand d for paragraphs abcand d of the basic clause. a All delivery orders orders under this contract will be placed by the General Services Administration s Federal Acquisition Service FAS. The Contractor is not authorized to accept orders from any other agency. Violation of this restriction may result in termination of the contract pursuant to the default clause of this contract. b All orders shall be placed by Electronic Data Interchange EDI using the American National Standards Institute ANSI X12 Standard for Electronic Data Interchange EDI format.
c If the Contractor agrees, transmission will be computer-to-computer EDI. d When computer-to-computer EDI procedures will be used to place orders, the Contractor shall enter into a Trading Partner Agreement TPA with FAS in order to ensure mutual understanding by the parties of certain electronic transaction conventions and to recognize the rights and responsibilities of the parties as they apply to this method of placing orders.
216-73 Ordering Information. 506 cinsert the following provision. a In accordance with the Placement of Orders clause of this solicitation, the offeror elects to receive orders placed by GSA s Federal Acquisition Service FAS by either в Ў facsimile transmission or в Ў computer-to-computer Electronic Data Interchange EDI. b An offeror electing to receive computer-to-computer EDI is requested to indicate below the name, address, and telephone number of the representative to be contacted regarding establishment of an EDI interface.
c An offeror electing to receive orders by facsimile transmission is requested to indicate below the telephone number s for facsimile transmission equipment where orders should be forwarded. d For mailed orders, the offeror is requested to include the postal mailing address es where paper form orders should be mailed. e Offerors marketing through dealers are requested to indicate below whether those dealers will be participating in the proposed contract.
If yes is checked, ordering information to be inserted above shall reflect that in addition to offeror s name, address, and facsimile transmission telephone number, orders can be addressed to the offeror s name, c o nearest local dealer. In this event, two copies of a list of participating dealers shall accompany this offer, and shall also be included in Contractor s Federal Supply Schedule pricelist. 506 cdelete paragraph d of the basic provision. 216-74 GSA Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman.
505 binsert the following provision. a GSA has designated a Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman who will review complaints from contractors and ensure that they are afforded a fair opportunity for consideration in the award of task or delivery orders under Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity ID IQ contracts, consisten with the procedures in the contract. Written complaints shall be submitted to the Ombudsman, with a copy to the Contracting Officer.
b In the case that the contractor is not satisfied with the resolution of the complaint by the GSA Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman, the contractor may follow the procedures outlined in subpart 33. c The GSA Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman is located at the General Services Administration GSAOffice of Government-wide Policy OGPOffice of Acquisition Policy MV.
216-75 Transactional Data Reporting. 506 einsert the following provision. a Definition. Transactional data encompasses the historical details of the products or services delivered by the Contractor during the performance of task or delivery orders issued against this contract. b Reporting of Transactional Data. The Contractor must report all transactional data under this contract as follows. i Contract or Blanket Purchase Agreement BPA Number. 2 The Contractor must provide, at no additional cost to the Government, the following transactional data elements, as applicable.
ii Delivery Task Order Number Procurement Instrument Identifier PIID. iii Non Federal Entity. iv Description of Deliverable. v Manufacturer Name. vi Manufacturer Part Number. vii Unit Measure each, hour, case, lot. viii Quantity of Item Sold. ix Universal Product Code. x Price Paid per Unit. Note to paragraph b 2 The Contracting Officer may add data elements to the standard elements listed in paragraph b 2 of this section with the approvals listed in GSAM.
If there was no contract activity during the month, the Contractor must submit a confirmation of no reportable transactional data within 30 calendar days of the last calendar day of the month. 4 The Contractor must report the price paid per unit, total price, or any other data elements with an associated monetary value listed in b 2 of this section, in U.
3 The Contractor must report transactional data within 30 calendar days from the last calendar day of the month. 5 The Contractor must maintain a consistent accounting method of transactional data reporting, based on the Contractor s established commercial accounting practice. 6 Reporting Points. i The acceptable points at which transactional data may be reported include. A Issuance of an invoice; or.
B Receipt of payment. ii The Contractor must determine whether to report transactional data on the basis of invoices issued or payments received. 7 The Contractor must continue to furnish reports, including confirmation of no transactional data, through physical completion of the last outstanding task or delivery order issued against the contract. 8 Unless otherwise expressly stated by the ordering activity, orders that contain classified information or other information that would compromise national security are exempt from this reporting requirement.
9 This clause does not exempt the Contractor from fulfilling existing reporting requirements contained elsewhere in the contract. 10 GSA reserves the unilateral right to change reporting instructions following 60 calendar days advance notification to the Contractor. c Contract Access Fee CAF. 1 GSA s operating costs are reimbursed through a CAF charged on orders placed against this contract.
The CAF is paid by the ordering activity but remitted to GSA by the Contractor. GSA has the unilateral right to change the fee structure at any time, but not more than once per year; GSA will provide reasonable notice prior to the effective date of any change. 2 Within 60 calendar days of award or inclusion of this clause in the contract, a GSA representative will provide the Contractor with specific written procedural instructions on remitting the CAF, including the deadline by which the Contractor must remit the CAF.
The deadline specified in the written procedural instructions will be no less than 30 calendar days after the last calendar day of the month. GSA reserves the unilateral right to change remittance instructions following 60 calendar days advance notification to the Contractor. 4 The Contractor s failure to remit the full amount of the CAF within the specified deadline constitutes a contract debt to the United States Government under the terms of FAR Subpart 32. The Government may exercise all rights under the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996, including withholding or offsetting payments and interest on the debt see FAR clause 52.
232-17, Interest. If the Contractor fails to submit the required sales reports, falsifies them, or fails to timely pay the CAF, these reasons constitute sufficient cause for the Government to terminate the contract for cause. 216-76 Ordering Agency Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman. 506 dinsert the following provision. a Ordering Agency Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman. 3 The Contractor must remit the CAF to GSA in U. The Ordering Agency shall designate a Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman to review complaints from contractors and ensure that they are afforded a fair opportunity for consideration in the award of task or delivery orders placed against GSA Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity ID IQ contracts, consistent with the procedures in the contract.
The contact information for the Ordering Agency Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman shall be made available to contractors. b Submission of Complaints. When a contractor submits a complaint to the Ordering Agency s designated Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman, the contractor shall also send a copy of the complaint to the GSA Procurement Ombudsman, for informational purposes. The GSA Procurement Ombudsman is located at the General Services Administration, Office of Governmentwide Policy OGPOffice of Acquisition Policy MV.
c If the contractor is not satisfied with the resolution of its complaint by the Ordering Agency Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman, the contractor may follow the procedures outlined in FAR subpart 33. 1, as applicable e. 217-70 Evaluation of Options. As prescribed in 517. 208 ainsert the following provision. a The Government will evaluate offers for award purposes by determining the lowest base period price.
When option year pricing is based on a formula e.changes in the Producer Price Index or other common standardoption year pricing is automatically considered when evaluating the base year price, as any change in price will be uniformly related to changes in market conditions. Evaluation of options will not obligate the Government to exercise iqoption saque option s. b The Government will reject the offer if exceptions are taken to the price provisions of the Economic Price Adjustment clause, unless the exception results in a lower maximum option year price.
Such offers will be evaluated without regard to the lower option year s maximum. However, if the offeror offering a lower maximum is awarded a contract, the award will reflect the lower maximum. All options are therefore considered to be evaluated. 217-71 Notice Regarding Option s. 208 binsert the following provision.
The General Services Administration GSA has included an option to Insert purchase additional quantities of supplies or services or extend the term of this contract or purchase additional quantities of supplies or services and to extend the term of this contract in order to demonstrate the value it places on quality performance by providing a mechanism for continuing a contractual relationship with a successful Offeror that performs at a level which meets or exceeds GSA s quality performance expectations as communicated to the Contractor, in writing, by the Contracting Officer or designated representative.
When deciding whether to exercise the option, the Contracting Officer will consider the quality of the Contractor s past performance under this contract in accordance with 48 CFR 517. 219-70 Allocation of Orders Partially Set-aside Items. As prescribed in 519. 508, insert the following clause. Where the set-aside portion of an item or group of items is awarded to a Contractor other than the one receiving the award on the corresponding non-set-aside portion, the Government will divide the requirements to be ordered between the two Contractors with the objective of achieving, as nearly as possible, a 50 50 division of the total value of orders placed after the award of the set-aside portion.
In no case will this division vary by more than a 60 40 division with either the non-set-aside or set-aside Contractor receiving the larger portion from the time of the award of the set-aside portion. Section 8 a Direct Award. 870-8, insert the following clause. a This contract is issued as a direct award between the contracting activity and the 8 a Contractor pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Small Business Administration SBA and the General Services Administration.
SBA retains the responsibility for 8 a certifications, 8 a eligibility determinations, and related issues, and will provide counseling and assistance to the 8 a contractor under the 8 a program. The cognizant SBA district office is. b The contracting activity is responsible for administering the contract and taking any action on behalf of the Government under the terms and conditions of the contract.
However, the contracting activity shall give advance notice to SBA before it issues a final notice terminating performance, either in whole or in part, under the contract. The contracting activity shall also coordinate with SBA prior to processing any advance payments or novation agreements. c The Contractor agrees. 1 To notify the Contracting Officer, simultaneous with its notification to SBA as required by SBA s 8 a regulationswhen the owner or owners upon whom 8 a eligibility is based plan to relinquish ownership or control of the concern.
The contracting activity may assign contract administration functions to a contract administration office. Consistent with 15 U. 637 a 21transfer of ownership or control shall result in termination of the contract for convenience, unless SBA waives the requirement for termination prior to the actual relinquishing of ownership and control. 2 To the requirements of 52. 219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting. 223-70 Hazardous Substances. As prescribed in 523.
303 ainsert the following clause. a If the packaged items to be delivered under this contract are of a hazardous substance and ordinarily are intended or considered to be for use as a household item, this contract is subject to the Federal Hazardous Iqoption saque Act, as amended 15 U. 1261-1276implementing regulations thereof 16 CFR Chapter IIand Federal Standard No. 123, Marking for Shipment Civil Agenciesissue in effect on the date of this solicitation. b The packaged items to be delivered under this contract are subject to the preparation of shipping documents, the preparation of items for transportation, shipping container construction, package making, package labeling, when required, shipper s certification of compliance, and transport vehicle placarding in accordance with Parts 171 through 178 of 49 CFR and the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
223-71 Nonconforming Hazardous Materials. 303 binsert the following clause. a Nonconforming supplies that contain hazardous material or that may expose persons who handle or transport the supplies to hazardous material and which require replacement under the inspection and or warranty clauses of this contract shall be reshipped to the Contractor at the Contractor s expense. The Contractor agrees to accept return of these nonconforming supplies and to pay all costs occasioned by their return.
b Hazardous materials, as used in this clause, includes any material defined as hazardous under the latest version of Federal Standard No.
Coments:13.01.2020 : 21:07 Tera:
Indicador como stop-loss é solicitado principalmente para indicar a iqoption saque desse pico duvidoso.
09.01.2020 : 15:24 Meran:
Ele pode simplesmente desenhar uma linha iqoption saque tendência.
09.01.2020 : 23:09 Groktilar:
Sinais iqoption saque para opções binárias RS Fractals. Os indicadores estão a formar um sinal complexo relativamente à troca da tendência, visualizado por demonstração de uma seta no máximo ou no pique da tendência, e por viragem ou localização da guia de iqoption saque RSI na área iqoption saque compra em excesso ou iqoption saque venda iqoption saque excesso. O modelo de indicação técnica da estratégia será assim.