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CLAUSES FOR TIME AND MATERIAL AND LABOR HOUR CONTRACTS
7.902-21 Order of Precedence. In accordance with 7.104-56, insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–22 through 7.902–49 [Reserved]
7.902–50 Competition in Subcontracting. In accordance with the requirements of 7.104-40, insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–51 Approval of Contract. In accordance with the requirements of 7.104–51, insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–52 Liability for Government Property Furnished for Repair or Other Services. In accordance with the requirements of 13.702(c), insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–53 New Material. In accordance with 1.1208, insert the clause set forth in 1.1208(a).
7.902-54 Government Surplus. In accordance with 1.1208, insert the clause set forth in 1.1208(d). 7.902–55 NASA Financial Management Reporting. Insert the appro
. priate clauses set forth in 7.204-56 in accordance with the requirements set forth therein.
7.902–56 Safety and Health. In accordance with the requirements of Part 10, Subpart 50, insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–57 Report on NASA Subcontracts. In accordance with the re quirements of 16.902, insert the clause set forth therein.
7.902–58 Potentially Hazardous Items. In accordance with the requirements of 9.204-52, insert the clause set forth in 9.204-52(c).
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Subpart 50—Clauses for Negotiated Utility Service Contracts 7.5000 Scope of Subpart. This Subpart sets forth uniform contract clauses for use in negotiated utility service contracts as defined in 4.5001.
7.5001 Required Clauses—Contracts for More than $2,500. Insert the following clauses in all negotiated utility service contracts which involve an estimated annual cost of more than $2,500, or whenever the negotiated utility service contract form prescribed by 16.501-50(a) is to be used.
7.5001-1 Definitions. Insert the clause set forth in 7.103–1. Additional definitions may be included, provided they are not inconsistent with such clause or the provisions of these regulations.
7.5001–2 Payments. PAYMENTS (JULY 1963)
(a) Payments for the service rendered under this contract shall be made monthly by the designated disbursing office or officer for the service herein contracted for, under ther terms and conditions herein set forth, upon the submission of proper invoices.
(b) All bills shall be paid without penalty or interest and the Government shall be entitled to any discounts customarily applicable to payment of bills by all customers of the Contractor.
(o) Invoices for service rendered hereunder shall contain statements of the meter readings at the beginning of the billing period, meter constante, consumption during the billing period, and such other pertinent data as shall be required by the Government.
7.5001-3 Assignment of Claims. ASSIGNMENT OF CLAIMS (JULY 1963)
No claim under this contract shall be assigned.
When requested by a prospective contractor and determined by the contracting officer to be in the public interest, the above clause may be deleted and the clause set forth in 7.103–8 shall be included in the contract.
7.5001–4 Disputes. Insert the clause set forth in 7.103–12.
7.5001–5 Equal Opportunity. Insert one or the other of the following clauses, as required by and in accordance with the instructions in 12.802: (i) the Equal Opportunity clause set forth in 12.802–1, or (ii) the Equal Opportunity in Federally Assisted Construction Contracts clause set forth in 12.802–2.
7.5001-6 Officials Not To Benefit. Insert the clause set forth in 7.103–19.
7.5001–7 Covenant Against Contingent Fees. Insert the clause set forth in 1.503.
7.5001–8 Termination. TERMINATION (JULY 1963)
This contract may be terminated at the option of the Government by the giving of
not less than thirty (30) days advance written notice of the effective date of termination. In the foregoing clause the period of 30 days may be varied not to exceed 90 days.
7.5001-9 Convict Labor. Insert the clause set forth in 12.203.
RATES (JULY 1963)
(a) For and in consideration of the faithful performance of the stipulations of this contract, the Contractor shall be paid at the rates set out in Appendix A; provided, that the Government shall be liable for the minimum monthly charge, if any, specified in this contract commencing with the billing period in which service is initially furnished thereto, and continuing until this contract is terminated, except that the minimum monthly charge, if any, specified in this contract shall be equitably prorated for the billing periods in which commencement and termination of this contract shall become effective.
(b) The Contractor hereby declares that the rates applicable to the service furnished under this contract are not in excess of the lowest rates available to any prospective customer under like conditions, and agrees that during the life of this contract the Government shall continue to be billed at the lowest rates applicable for similar conditions of service. 7.5001-11 Public Regulation and Change of Rates. PUBLIC REGULATION AND CHANGE OF RATES (JULY 1963)
(a) Rates established under this contract shall be subject to regulation in the manner and to the extent prescribed by law by any Federal, State, or local regulatory agency having jurisdiction. The Contractor agrees to give the Contracting Officer written notice of the filing of an application for rate changes concurrently with the filing of the application. Such notice shall fully describe the proposed rate change. If during the term of this contract the public regulatory agency having jurisdiction approves rates that are higher or rates that are lower than those stipulated herein, for like conditions of service, the Contractor agrees to continue to furnish service as stipulated in this contract and the Government agrees to pay for such service at the higher or lower rates from and after the date when such rates are made effective. In the event that the regulatory agency promulgates any regulation concerning matters other than rates which affects this contract, the Contractor shall immediately notify the Contracting Officer. The Government shall not be bound to accept any new regulation inconsistent with Federal laws or regulations.
(b) In the event the Contractor, during the term of this contract, shall make effective any new rate schedule or amended rate schedule applicable to the class of service furnished the Government at the service location, which may contain a lower rate or conditions more favorable to the Government for such class of service, the Contraotor shall forward to the Contracting Officer a copy of such rate schedule or amended rate schedule within fifteen (15) days after the effective date thereof, and, upon receipt of written request from the Government, shall substitute such rate schedule or amended rate schedule for the rate schedule then in effect hereunder for such service location, commending with the billing period in which such written request is received. 7.5001–12 Change in Class of Service. CHANGE IN CLASS OF SERVICE (JULY 1963)
(a) In the event of a permanent change in the class of service furnished the Government at the service location, service shall be furnished to such service location at the lowest available rate schedule of the Contractor which is applicable to the class of service furnished following such permanent change subject to the clause hereof entitled “Rates."
(b) Where the Contractor's rate schedule on file with the regulatory agenoy and applicable to services provided by the Contractor does not contain a schedule applicable to the class of service furnished the Government, no cluase in this contract shall preolude the parties from negotiating a rate schedule applicable to the class of service furnished.
CLAUSES FOR NEGOTIATED UTILITY SERVICE CONTRACTS
7.5001-13 Contractor's Facilities.
CONTRACTOR'S FACILITIES (JULY 1963)
(a) The Contractor, at his expense, shall furnish, install, operate, and maintain all faollities required to furnish service hereunder to, and measure such service as of, the point of delivery specified in the Service Specifications. Title to all such facilities shall be and remain in the Contractor and the Contractor shall be responsible for all loss of or damage to such facilities.
(b) The Government hereby grants to the Contractor, free of any rental or similar charge, but subjeot to the limitations specified in this contract, a revocable permit or license to enter the service location for any proper purpose under this contract, including use of the site or sites agreed upon by the parties hereto for the installation, operation, and maintenance of the facilities of the Contractor required to be located upon Government premises, all of which facilities shall be and remain the sole property of the Contractor and shall, at all times during the life of this contract, be operated and maintained by the Contractor at his expense; and all taxes and other charges in connection therewith, together with all liability of the Contractor in construction, operation, or maintenance of such facilities, shall be assumed by the Contractor. Authorized representatives of the Contractor will be allowed access to the facilities of the Contractor at suitable times to perform the obligations of the Contractor with respect to such facilities. Such facilities shall be removed and Government premises restored to their original condition by the Contractor at his expense within a reasonable time after the Government shall revoke the permit or license herein granted and in any event within a reasonable time after termination of this contract, provided that in the event of termination of this contract due to the fault of the Contractor such facilities may be retained in place at the option of the Government until service comparable to that provided for hereunder is obtained elsewhere. It is expressly understood, however, that proper Governmental authority may limit or restrict the right of access herein granted in any manner considered by such
authority to be necessary for the national security. 7.5001-14 Technical Provisions.
TECHNICAL PROVISIONS (JULY 1963) (a) Measurement of Service. (1) All service furnished by the Contractor shall be measured by suitable
metering equipment of standard manufacture, to be furnished, installed, maintained, calibrated, and read by the Contractor at his expense. When more than a single meter is installed at the service location, the readings thereof shall be billed conjunctively. In the event any meter fails to register or registers incorrectly the service furnished therethrough, the parties shall agree upon the length of period during which such meter failed to register or registered incorrectly and the quantity of service delivered theretbrough during such period and, upon agreement, an appropriate adjustment based thereon shall be made in the Government's bills. For the purpose of the preceding sentence, any meter which registers not more than two (2) percent
slow or fast shall be deemed correct. (ii) The Contractor shall read meters on the same day of each month; if, how
ever, that day falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, or if the Contractor is otherwise prevented from reading the meters on that day, he shall read the meters on the next succeeding business day on which he is able to do so, provided that all bills based on meter readings of less than twentyseven (27) days or more than thirty-three (33) days shall be prorated accordingly, and provided further that there shall be no not more than twelve
(12) billings in any one year. (b) Meter Test. The Contractor, at his expense, shall periodically inspect and test the meters installed by him at intervals not exceeding one (1) year. At the written request of the Contracting Officer the Contractor shall make additional tests of any or
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