A contract that, by its express terms or the manner in which it is administered, makes the contractor`s personnel appear to be government employees. (2) If all the conditions of subsection (a)(1) of this subsection apply and the client determines that the use of clause 52.216-2 is inappropriate, the client may use a clause prescribed by the Agency instead of clause 52.216-2. That a person is unable or may not be able to provide impartial assistance or advice to the government because of other activities or relationships with other persons, or that the objectivity of the person in performing the contract work is or may otherwise be compromised, or that a person has an unfair competitive advantage. Shop drawings are drawings submitted by the contractor or a subcontractor at any stage or under a construction contract and which contain in detail one or both of the following points: 16.202-1 Description. A fixed-price contract provides for a price that cannot be adjusted based on the contractor`s experience with costs in performing the contract. This type of contract represents for the contractor the maximum risk and full responsibility for all costs and the resulting profit or loss. It provides maximum incentives for the contractor to control costs and operate efficiently and imposes a minimal administrative burden on the parties. The procuring entity may use a fixed-price procurement in conjunction with an additional incentive (see 16.404) and performance or delivery incentives (see 16.402-2 and 16.402-3) if the surcharge or incentive is based solely on factors other than cost. The type of contract remains a fixed price when used with these incentives. 16.202-2 Request. A fixed-price procurement contract is suitable for the acquisition of commercial goods (see Parts 2 and 12) or the purchase of other supplies or services on the basis of sufficiently precise functional or detailed specifications (see Part 11), if the procuring entity can set fair and reasonable prices from the outset, (e.B.
(a) where there is reasonable price competition; (b) there are reasonable price comparisons with previous purchases of identical or similar supplies or services made on a competitive basis or supported by valid certified cost or price data; (c) the available information on costs or prices makes it possible to estimate realistically the expected cost of performance; or (d) performance uncertainties can be identified and reasonable estimates of their impact on costs can be made, and the Contractor is prepared to accept a fixed price that constitutes the assumption of the associated risks. In addition, the Department has appointed an Industry Liaison Officer to work with the Department`s Procurement Innovation Advocate (AIA), the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU), key procurement staff and industry to promote strong communication practices for suppliers and address the misunderstandings that underpin today`s anti-risk culture. Liaison with industry and the Department`s AEOI is located in the Procurement Management Office, Strategic Procurement Management Initiatives. (1) $300,000 for each contract to be awarded, performed or purchased in the United States; and a unilateral right in a contract whereby the government may decide, for a period of time, to purchase additional supplies or services provided for in the contract, or to choose to extend the term of the contract. (a) the contracting authority shall include in each contract letter the conditions required by this Regulation for the type of final contract envisaged and any additional conditions known to be suitable for it; 16,207 fixed-price and fixed-term contracts. Special test equipment is integrated single-use or multi-purpose test units that have been designed, designed, manufactured or modified to perform special tests in the performance of a contract. It consists of equipment or assemblies, including foundations and similar improvements, necessary for the installation of special test equipment, as well as standard or versatile articles or components that are interconnected and interdependent to become a new functional unit for specific testing purposes. Special test equipment does not include equipment, special tools, real property and equipment used for general testing purposes, or items that can be adapted for general use at a relatively low cost. (4) An invitation and a contract for an indefinite quantity must – (c) Restrictions. No fee plus incentive fee contract will be awarded unless all restrictions of 16-301-3 are met. (3) Handling fees. If included in the cost of materials, handling costs include only those costs that are clearly excluded from the rate of working time.
Material handling costs may include all reasonable indirect costs allocated to direct materials in accordance with the Contractor`s usual accounting procedures in accordance with Part 31. (2) Affiliates, as used in this definition, mean commercial enterprises one of which directly or indirectly controls the others or has the power to control the others, or one or more third parties control the other or have the power to control them. In determining whether there is an affiliation, all appropriate factors are taken into account, including co-ownership, joint management and contractual relationships. The SBA determines affiliation based on the factors mentioned in 13 CFR 121.103. (4) When negotiating adjustments under the clause, the contracting authority – deferral of the unearned surcharge fee is the process of transferring the unpaid additional fee, in order to obtain that the contractor has had the opportunity to transfer from an evaluation period to a subsequent evaluation period, thus giving the contractor an additional opportunity to earn this previously unearned surcharge. (b) The procuring entity shall document the justification for the choice of the type of procurement in the written procurement plan and shall ensure that the procurement plan is approved and signed at least one level above the procuring entity (see 7.103 letters (j) and 7.105). (3) If an existing contract is amended for a new acquisition, the amendment shall include the last basic agreement, which applies only to the work added by the amendment, except that this measure is not mandatory if the contract or amendment contains all the clauses required at the time of the amendment by law, the implementing Regulation and this Regulation. However, if it is in the interest of the government and the contractor agrees, the change may include the final basic agreement for application to the entire contract at the time of the change. (2) Repealed by Pub as part of a delegation from the Public Procurement Authority granted by the General Services Administration (GSA) before August 7, 1996, pursuant to the authority granted to the GSA by former U.S. Section 40.C. 759. L.
104 to 106. The Economic Law does not apply to contracts entered into under a government-wide purchase contract. (ii) OESO`s eligible concerns under the FPSB Program for federal contracts that have been assigned a NAICS code in an industry where the SBA has determined that WOSB concerns are significantly under-represented in federal government procurement. Essentially, the following, or „substantially identical to“ when used in the regulatory and introductory text of a provision or clause, means that authorization is granted to prepare and use an amendment to that provision or clause to meet the requirements characteristic of an individual acquisition; provided that the amendment includes the salient features of the provision or FAR clause and is not inconsistent with the intent, principle and content of the provision or FAR clause or with the related coverage of the subject matter. Description. A working hours contract is a variation of the time and material contract that differs only in that the materials are not provided by the contractor. See 12.207(b), 16.601(c) and 16.601(d) for the application and restrictions, for time and material contracts, which also apply to hourly employment contracts. See 12.207 (b) for the use of working time contracts for certain commercial services.
iii) Discuss the government resources required for the proper planning, awarding and management of the selected type of contract (p.B. the resources required and the additional risks to government if adequate resources are not provided). Applicant organization means the organization that has the prerequisite for inter-agency acquisition. The terminated part of the contract means the part of a contract that the Contractor is not required to perform after partial termination. Manufacturing contracts that have been fully terminated for convenience are the entire contract, regardless of the completion and payment of individual work prior to termination. .