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the use of private boards or organizations for the settlement of disputes.
SMALL BUSINESS AND SMALL DISADVANTAGED
BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING REPORTING (OCT 1994)
(a) The Contractor shall submit the Summary Subcontract Report (Standard Form 295 (SF-295)) to the Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (S_42), 400 7th St., SW, Washington, DC, 20590.
(b) The Contractor shall include this clause in all subcontracts that include the clause at (FAR) 48 CFR 52.219-9.
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(End of clause) 1252.222–71 Strikes or picketing affect
ing access to a DOT facility. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1222.101-71(b), insert the following clause: STRIKES OR PICKETING AFFECTING ACCESS TO
A DOT FACILITY (OCT 1994) If the Contracting Officer notifies the Contractor in writing that a strike or picketing: (a) is directed at the Contractor or subcontractor or any employee of either; and (b) impedes or threatens to impede access by any person to a DOT facility where the site of the work is located, the Contractor shall take all appropriate action to end such strike or picketing, including, if necessary, the filing of a charge of unfair labor practice with the National Labor Relations Board or the use of other available judicial or administrative remedies.
(59 FR 40288, Aug 8, 1994, as amended at 62 FR 26420, May 14, 1997)
1252.220-90 Local hire. (USCG)
As prescribed in USCG guidance at (TAR) 48 CFR 1220.9001, insert the following clause:
LOCAL HIRE (OCT 1994) The Contractor shall employ, for the purpose of performing this contract in whole or in part in a State that has an unemployment rate in excess of the national average rate of unemployment (as defined by the Secretary of Labor), individuals who are local residents and who, in the case of any craft or trade, possess or would be able to acquire promptly the necessary skills. Local Resident means a resident or an individual who commutes daily to that State.
(End of clause) 1252.223–70 Removal or disposal of
hazardous substances applicable
licenses and permits. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1223.303, insert the following clause:
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[64 FR 2439, Jan. 14, 1999)
1252.222–70 Strikes or picketing affect
ing timely completion of the con
tract work. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1222.101-71(a), insert the following clause:
REMOVAL OR DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS SUB
STANCES-APPLICABLE LICENSES AND PERMITS (DEC 1997)
The Contractor must have all licenses and permits required by Federal, state, and local laws to perform hazardous substance(s) removal or disposal services. If the Contractor does not currently possess these documents, it must obtain all requisite licenses and permits within days after date of award. The Contractor shall provide evidence of said documents to the Contracting Officer or designated Government representative prior to commencement of work under the contract.
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(62 FR 67752, Dec. 30, 1997)
STRIKES OR PICKETING AFFECTING TIMELY
COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT WORK (OCT 1994) Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, the Contractor is responsible for delays arising out of labor disputes, including but not limited to strikes, if such strikes are reasonably avoidable. A delay caused by a strike or by picketing which constitutes an unfair labor practice is not excusable unless the Contractor takes all reasonable and appropriate action to end such a strike or picketing, such as the filing of a charge with the National Labor Relations Board, the use of other available Government procedures, and
1252.223–71 Accident and fire report..
ing. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1223.7000(a), insert the following clause:
ACCIDENT AND FIRE REPORTING (OCT 1994)
(a) The Contractor shall report to the Contracting Officer any accident or fire occur. ring at the site of the work which causes:
(1) A fatality or as much as one lost workday on the part of any employee of the Contractor or subcontractor at any tier;
(2) Damage of $1,000 or more to Federal property, either real or personal;
(3) Damage of $1,000 or more to Contractor or subcontractor owned or leased motor vehicles or mobile equipment; or
(4) Damage for which a contract time extension may be requested.
(b) Accident and fire reports required by paragraph (a) of this section shall be accomplished by the following means:
(1) Accidents or fires resulting in a death, hospitalization of five or more persons, or destruction of Federal property (either real or personal), the total value of which is estimated at $100,000 or more, shall be reported immediately by telephone to the Contracting Officer or his/her authorized representative and shall be confirmed by telegram or facsimile transmission within 24 hours to the Contracting Officer. Such telegram or facsimile transmission shall state all known facts as to extent of injury and damage and as to cause of the accident or fire.
(2) Other accident and fire reports required by paragraph (a) of this section may be reported by the Contractor using a state, private insurance carrier, or Contractor accident report form which provides for the statement of:
(i) The extent of injury; and
(ii) The damage and cause of the accident or fire.
Such report shall be mailed or otherwise delivered to the Contracting Officer within 48 hours of the occurrence of the accident or
(b) The committee shall be assigned responsibility to determine for each activity planned and conducted that:
(1) The rights and welfare of subjects are adequately protected;
(2) The risks to subjects are outweighed by potential benefits; and
(3) The informed consent of subjects shall be obtained by methods that are adequate and appropriate.
(c) Committee reviews are to be conducted with objectivity and in a manner to ensure the exercise of independent judgment of the members. Members shall be excluded from review of projects or activities in which they have an active role or a conflict of interests.
(d) Continuing constructive communication between the committee and the project directors must be maintained as a means of safeguarding the rights and welfare of subjects.
(e) Facilities and professional attention required for subjects who may suffer physical, psychological, or other injury as a result of participating in an activity shall be provided.
(f) The committee shall maintain records of committee review of applications and active projects, of documentation of informed consent, and of other documentation that may pertain to the selection, participation, and protection of subjects. Detailed records shall be maintained of circumstances of any review that adversely affects the rights or welfare of the individual subjects. Such materials shall be made available to DOT upon request.
(g) The retention period of such records and materials shall be as specified at (FAR) 48 CFR 4.703.
(h) Periodic reviews shall be conducted by the Contractor to assure, through appropriate administrative overview, that the practices and procedures designed for the protection of the rights and welfare of subjects are being effectively applied.
(NOTE: If the Contractor has a Department of Health and Human Services approved Institutional Review Board (IRB) which can appropriately review this contract in accordance with the technical requirements and NHTSA Orders 700–1, 700-3, and 700-4, that IRB will be considered acceptable for the purposes of this contract.
(c) The Contractor shall assure compliance by subcontractors at all tiers with the requirements of this clause.
(End of clause) 1252.223–72 Protection of human sub
jects. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1223.7000(b), insert the following clause: PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS (OCT 1994)
The Contractor shall comply with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) principles and procedures (in accordance with NHTSA Order 700-1, 700-3. and 700_4) for the protection of human subjects participating in activities supported directly or indirectly by contracts from DOT. A copy of the applicable NHTSA orders shall be provided to offerors and/or contractors upon request. In fulfillment of its assurance:
(a) A committee competent to review projects and activities that involve human subjects shall be established and maintained by the Contractor.
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1252.228–70 Loss of or damage to
leased aircraft. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1228.306-70 (a) and (b), insert the following clause:
(b) If the contractor has insured the same aircraft against loss or destruction in connection with other operations, the amount of such insurance coverage on the date of the loss or damage for which the Government may be responsible under this contract.
LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO LEASED AIRCRAFT
(DEC 1997) (a) The Government assumes all risk of loss of, or damage (except normal wear and tear) to, the leased aircraft during the term of this lease while the aircraft is in the possession of the Government.
(b) In the event of damage to the aircraft, the Government, at its option, shall make the necessary repairs with its own facilities or by contract, or pay the Contractor the reasonable cost of repair of the aircraft.
(c) In the event the aircraft is lost or damaged beyond repair, the Government shall pay the Contractor a sum equal to the fair market value of the aircraft at the time of such loss or damage, which value may be specifically agreed to in clause 1252.228–71, "Fair Market Value of Aircraft," less the salvage value of the aircraft. However, the Government may retain the damaged aircraft or dispose of it as it wishes. In that event, the Contractor will be paid the fair market value of the aircraft as stated in the clause.
(d) The Contractor agrees that the contract price does not include any cost attributable to hull insurance or to any reserve fund it has established to protect its interest in the aircraft. If, in the event of loss or damage to the leased aircraft, the Contractor receives compensation for such loss or damage in any form from any source, the amount of such compensation shall be:
(1) Credited to the Government in determining the amount of the Government's liability; or
(2) For an increment of value of the aircraft beyond the value for which the Government is responsible.
(e) In the event of loss of or damage to the aircraft, the Government shall be subrogated to all rights of recovery by the Contractor against third parties for such loss or damage and the Contractor shall promptly assign such rights in writing to the Government.
(End of clause) 1252.228–72 Risk and indemnities.
As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1228.306-70(a) and (d), insert the following clause:
RISK AND INDEMNITIES (DEC 1997) The Contractor hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Government, its officers and employees from and against all claims, demands, damages, liabilities, losses, suits and judgments (including all costs and expenses incident thereto) which may be suffered by, accrue against, be charged to or recoverable from the Government, its officers and employees by reason of injury to or death of any person other than officers, agents, or employees of the Government of by reason of damage to property of others of whatsoever kind (other than the property of the Government, its officers, agents or employees) arising out of the operation of the aircraft. In the event the Contractor holds or obtains insurance in support of this covenant, evidence of insurance shall be delivered to the Contracting Officer.
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[62 FR 67752, Dec. 30, 1997] 1252.228-71 Fair market value of air
craft. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1228.306-70 (a) and (c), insert the following clause: FAIR MARKET VALUE OF AIRCRAFT (OCT 1994)
For purposes of the clause entitled “Loss of or Damage to Leased Aircraft," it is agreed that the fair market value of the aircraft to be used in the performance of this contract shall be the lesser of the two values set out in paragraphs (a) and (b): (a) $
(62 FR 67752, Dec. 30, 1997) 1252.228-90 Notification of Miller Act
payment bond protection. (USCG) As prescribed in USCG guidance at (TAR) 48 CFR 1228.106 490, insert the following clause: NOTIFICATION OF MILLER ACT PAYMENT BOND
PROTECTION (OCT 1994) This notice clause shall be inserted by first tier subcontractors in all their subcontracts and shall contain the surety which has provided the payment bond under the prime contract.
(a) The prime contract is subject to the Miller Act (40 U.S.C. 270), under which the prime contractor has obtained a payment bond. This payment bond may provide certain unpaid employees, suppliers, and subcontractors a right to sue the bonding surety under the Miller Act for amounts owned for work performed and materials delivery under the prime contract.
(b) Persons believing that they have legal remedies under the Miller Act should consult their legal advisor regarding the proper steps to take to obtain these remedies. This notice clause does not provide any party any rights against the Federal Government, or create any relationship, contractual or otherwise, between the Federal Government and any private party.
(c) The surety which has provided the payment bond under the prime contract is:
(City, State, Zip Code)
(Contact & Tel. No.)
(End of clause)
(64 FR 2439, Jan. 14, 1999) 1252.231-70 Date of incurrence of
costs. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1231.205-32, insert the following clause:
DATE OF INCURRENCE OF COSTS (OCT 1994)
The Contractor shall be entitled to reimbursement for costs incurred on or after
- in an amount not to exceed $__ that, if incurred after this contract had been entered into, would have been reimbursable under this contract.
parking lots may be either electric or battery type lights. These lights and flags shall be placed so as to outline the construction areas and the distance between any two flags or lights shall not be greater than 25 feet. The Contractor shall provide adequate watch to maintain the lights in working condition at all times other than daylight hours. The hour of beginning and the hour of ending of daylight will be determined by the Contracting Officer.
(c) All equipment and material in the construction areas or when moved outside the construction area shall be marked with airport safety flags during the day and when directed by the Contracting Officer, with red obstruction lights at nights. All equipment operating on the apron, taxiway, runway, and intermediate areas after darkness hours shall have clearance lights in conformance with instructions from the Contracting Officer. No construction equipment shall operate within 50 feet of aircraft undergoing fuel operations. Open flames are not allowed on the ramp except at times authorized by the Contracting Officer
(d) Trucks and other motorized equipment entering the airport or construction area shall do so only over routes determined by the Contracting Officer. Use of runways, aprons, taxiways, or parking areas as truck or equipment routes will not be permitted unless specifically authorized for such use. Flag personnel shall be furnished by the Contractor at points on apron and taxiway for safe guidance of its equipment over these areas to assure right of way to aircraft. Areas and routes used during the contract must be returned to their original condition by the Contractor. The maximum speed allowed at the airport shall be established by airport management. Vehicles shall be operated so as to be under safe control at all times, weather and traffic conditions considered. Vehicles must be equipped with head and tail lights during the hours of darkness.
(End of clause) 1252.236-70 Special precautions for
work at operating airports. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1236.570, insert the following clause:
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR WORK AT
OPERATING AIRPORTS (OCT 1994) (a) When work is to be performed at an operating airport, the Contractor must arrange its work schedule so as not to interfere with ilight operations. Such operations will take precedence over construction convenience. Any operations of the Contractor which would otherwise interfere with or endanger the operations of aircraft shall be performed only at times and in the manner directed by the Contracting Officer. The Government will make every effort to reduce the disruption of the Contractor's operation.
(b) Unless otherwise specified by local regulations, all areas in which construction operations are underway shall be marked by yellow flags during daylight hours and by red lights at other times. The red lights along the edge of the construction areas within the existing aprons shall be the electric type of not less than 100 watts intensity placed and supported as required. All other construction markings on roads and adjacent
(End of clause) 1252.237-70 Qualifications of employ
ees. As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1237.110, insert the following clause:
QUALIFICATIONS OF EMPLOYEES (OCT 1994)
The Contracting Officer may require dismissal from work of those employees which he/she deems incompetent, careless, insubordinate, unsuitable or otherwise objectionable, or whose continued employment he/she deems contrary to the public interest or inconsistent with the best interest of national security. The Contractor shall fill out, and cause each of its employees on the contract work to fill out, for submission to the Government, such forms as may be necessary for security or other reasons. Upon request of the Contracting Officer, the Contractor's employees shall be fingerprinted. Each employee of the Contractor shall be a citizen of the United States of America, or an alien who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence as evidenced by Alien Registration Receipt Card Form I-151, or who presents other evidence from the Immigration and Naturalization Service that employment will not affect his/her immigration status.
PROHIBITION ON ADVERTISING (JAN 1996) The contractor or its representatives (in cluding training instructors) shall not adver tise or solicit business from attendees fo private, non-Government training durin contracted for training sessions. This prohi bition extends to unsolicited oral comments distribution or sales of written materials and/or sales of promotional videos or audi tapes.
The contractor agrees to insert this claus in its subcontracts.
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1252.237-71 Certification of data.
As prescribed in (TAR) 48 CFR 1213.7101 and 1237.7003, insert the following provisions:
CERTIFICATION OF DATA (JAN 1996) (a) The offeror represents and certifies that to the best of its knowledge and belief, the information and/or data (e.g., company profile, qualifications, background statements, brochures) submitted with its offer is current, accurate, and complete as of the date of its offer.
(b) The offeror understands that any inaccurate data provided to the Department of Transportation may subject the offeror, its subcontractors, its employees, or its representatives to: (1) prosecution for false statements pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 1001 and/or; (2) enforcement action for false claims or statements pursuant to the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986, 31 U.S.C. 3801-2812 and 49 CFR part 31 and/or: (3) termination for default under any contract resulting from its offer and/or; (4) debarment or suspension.
(c) The offeror agrees to obtain a similar certification from its subcontractors. Signature: Date: Typed Name and Title: Company Name:
This certification concerns a matter within the jurisdiction of an agency of the United States and the making of a false, fictitious, or fraudulent certification may render the maker subject to prosecution under Title 18, United States Code, Section 1001.
[61 FR 392, Jan. 5, 1996]
As prescribed in USCG guidance a (TAR) 48 CFR 1237.9000, insert the fol lowing clause:
REQUIREMENTS (OCT 1994) (a) Except as provided in paragraphs (o and (d) of this clause, the Government wil order from the Contractor all of its require ments in the area of performance for the sup plies and services listed in the schedule o this contract.
(b) Each order will be issued as a delivery order and will list
(1) The supplies or services being ordered;
(7) The funds from which payment will bi made.
(c) The Government may elect not to orde supplies and services under this contract in instances where the body is removed from the area for medical, scientific, or other rea son.
(d) In an epidemic or other emergency, the contracting activity may obtain services be yond the capacity of the Contractor's facili ties from other sources.
(e) Contracting Officers of the following activities may order services and supplies under this contract,