Defense industrial base: industrial preparedness and nuclear war survival : hearings before the Joint committee on Defense Production, Congress of the United States, Ninety-fourth Congress, second session ...

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Page 123 - Contractor to third parties arising out of the performance of this contract; provided that such claims are not known to the Contractor on the date of the execution of the release; and provided further that the Contractor gives notice of such claims in writing to the Contracting Officer not more than...
Page 123 - Any cost incurred by the contractor under the terms of this contract which would constitute allowable cost under the provisions of this clause shall be included in determining the amount payable under this contract, notwithstanding any provisions contained in the specifications or other documents incorporated in this contract by reference, designating services to be performed or materials to be furnished by the contractor at his expense or without cost to the Government. 2-7.250-5 Assignment of...
Page 119 - Contractor: (1) the cost thereof (hereinafter referred to as "allowable cost") determined by the Contracting Officer to be allowable In accordance with...
Page 77 - Depreciation. (a) Depreciation is a charge to current operations which distributes the cost of a tangible capital asset, less estimated residual value, over the estimated useful life of the asset in a systematic and logical manner. It does not involve a process of valuation.
Page 120 - Allowable Cost, Fixed Fee, and Payment," the allowable Indirect costs under this contract shall be obtained by applying negotiated overhead rates to bases agreed upon by the parties, as specified below. (b) The contractor, as soon as possible but not later than ninety (90) days after the expiration of...
Page 176 - The CPSU has always held, and now holds, that the class struggle between the two systems — the capitalist and the socialist — in the economic and political, and also, of course, the ideological domains, will continue. That is as it should be, because the world outlook and the class aims of socialism and capitalism are opposite and irreconcilable.
Page 118 - Assuring Strategic Stability in an Era of Detente," Foreign Affairs, January 1976, p.
Page 78 - When an election is made to use "true depreciation", the amount allowable as depreciation: (i) with respect to the emergency period (five years), shall be computed in accordance with the determination of the Emergency Facilities Depreciation Board and allocated rateably over the full five year emergency period; provided no other allowance is made which would duplicate the factors, such as extraordinary obsolescence, covered by the Board's determination; and (ii) after the end of the emergency period,...
Page 79 - ... charges may be negotiated for any such assets if warranted after taking into consideration the cost of the facility or item involved, the estimated useful life remaining at time of negotiation, the...
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