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CHAPTER 18–NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND
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18–16 18_17 18-23 18-24 18-26 18-50 18–51 18–52
inspection and receiving report (MIRR) (DD Forms 250 and 250c).
Supplement 3—Property administration. PART 18-1-GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec.
18–1.216 Includes. Subpart 18–1.1-Introduction
18-1.217 Installation. Sec.
18-1.219 Мау. 18–1.100 Scope of subpart.
18-1.220 NASA. 18–1.101 Purpose of this chapter.
18-1221 Negotiate and negotiation. 18-1.102 Applicability.
18-1.222 Procurement Omco, NASA Head18–1.103 Arrangement of chapter.
quarters. 18–1.103-1 General plan.
18-1.223 Possessions. 18–1.103-5 Dating contract clauses.
18-1.224 Procurement. 18-1.103-6 Appendices and supplements. 18-1.225 Procurement ofice. 18-1.104 Content of chapter.
18-1.226 Procurement officer. 18-1.107 Dissemination and effectivo 18-1.229 Service contractor.
date of the chapter and 18-1.230 Shall.
18-1.231 Small business concern. 18-1.108 Feld installation instructions 18-1.232 Supplemental agreement.
and implementations of the 18–1.233 Supplies and property.
18-1.285 Automatic data processing 18-1.109 Deviations and other procure
equipment (ADPE). ment publications.
18–1.236 Nonprofit organization. 18-1.109-1 Applicability. 18–1.109–2 Approval of deviations.
Subpart 18-1.3—General Policies 18–1.1093 Requests for deviations.
18-1.300 Scope of subpart. 18-1.109-50 Modification to existing con. 18-1.301 Methods of procurement.
tracts for new procurement. 18-1.302 Sources of supply and services. 18–1.110 Reports of contracts.
18-1.302–1 Existing Government assets. 18-1.111 Reports of noncompetitive 18-1.302–2 Sources outside the Govern. practices.
ment. 18–1.112 Relationship of ASPR and FPR. 18-1.302–3 Production and research and 18–1.113 Code of conduct.
development pools. 18–1.113-1 Government personnel.
18-1.3024 Contracts between the Govern18-1.118-2 Organizational conflicts of
ment and its employees or interest.
business organizations sub18-1.114 Reporting of identical bids.
stantially owned or controlled 18-1.115 Noncollusive bids and proposals.
by Government employees. Subpart 18-1.2-Definition of Terms 18-1.302-50 Proposed subcontracts between 18-1.201 Definitions.
NASA contractors and Gov18–1.202 Administrator.
ernment employees. 18–1.203 Change order.
18–1.302–51 New sources of scientific and 18-1.204 Construction contractor.
technical competence. 18–1.205 Contract modification,
18-1.303 Exchange of purchase informa18–1.206 Contracting officer.
tion. 18–1.207 Contracts.
18-1.304 Restrictions on data and other 18–1.208 Director of procurement.
Information. 18–1.209 Executive agency.
18–1.304–1 Selection of items involving 18-1.210 Federal agency.
proprietary data. 18-1.211 Field installation.
18-1.304–2 Treatment of technical data. 18-1.212 Field procurement office.
18-1.304-3 Teabnical and other data in. 18-1.213 Government instrumentality.
volved in formal advertising. 18–1.214 Head of the installation.
18-1.3044 Privileged business Information 18-1.215 Head of the agency.
included in proposals.
Sec. 18–1.306 Time of delivery or perform
ance. 18-1.805–1 Scope. 18-1.305-2 Goneral. 18-1.306-3 Terms. 18-1.305-4 Time of delivery clauses, 18–1.806–6 Research exploratory develop
ment, and advanced develop
ment. 18-1.306 Approval signature. 18-1.307 Priorities, allocations and allot
ments. 18-1.307–1 NASA program. 18-1.307–2 Roquired use of priorities, allo
cations, and allotments
clause. 18-1.307-3 Inadequate response to solicita
tions. 18-1.308 Documentation of Procurement
Actions; Maintenance and
Disposition of Contract Files. 18-1.309 Solidtations for information or
planning purposes. 18-1.310 Liquidated damages. 18-1.311 Buying in. 18-1.312 Voluntary refunds. 18-1.314 Disputes and appeals. 18-1.315 Procurement of Jowel bearings. 18-1.316 Disclosure of contractor per
formance data to other government agencies and foreign
governments. 18–1.317 Lease versus purchase criterion. 18-1.318 Contracts using annual funds. 18-1.319 Renegotiation performance re
ports. 18-1.319–1 Renegotiation board. 18-1.319-2 Renegotiation information for
contract ille. 18-1.319-3 Performance reports. 18-1.319-4 Procedures for bandling ro
quests for performanco ro
porta. 18-1.320 Security requirements. 18-1.324 Warranties. 18-1.3241 General. 18-1.324-2 Policy. 18-1.324-3 Use of a warranty. 18-1.3244 Commercial warranties. 18-1.324–5 Scope of warranty clause (other
than commercial warranty
clause). 18-1.324-6 Pricing aspects of fixed-prico
Incentive contract warranty
provisions. 18–1.324-7 Example of warranty clause for
fixed-price supply contracts. 18-1.3248 Example of warranty clause for
fixed-price services contracts. 18-1.3249 Another example of warranty
clause for fixed-price supply or services or research and development contracts (cor
rection of deficiencies clause). 18-1.324-10 Example of warranty clause for
Axed-price construction con
tracts. 18-1.327 Use of excess aluminum in
Sec. 18-1.327-1 General. 18-1.327-2 Contract clause. 18-1.327-3 Construction. 18-1.332 Minority business enterprises. 18-1.332-1 General. 18-1.332-2 Minority business enterprises,
subcontracting program, 18-1.332–3 Required clause. 18-1.333 Payment of interest on contrac
tors' claims. 18-1.350 Nondiscrimination clauso-Gov
ernment leases. 18-1.350-1 Policy. 18-1.350-2 Use of clause. 18–1.350_3 Lease amendments and re
newals. 18-1.350-4 Invitation for bids or requests
for proposals involving leases. 18-1.351 Procurement of potentially baz
ardous items. 18-1.352 Special considerations in re
search and development con
tracts. 18-1.353 Construction contracts-disclo
sure of Government estimate. 18–1.354
s requiring immediate "on call" contractor
performance 18-1.355 Civil Rights Act of 1964
nondiscrimination in fed
erally assisted programs. 18-1.356 Procurement request. 18-1.357 Procurement of liquid hydro
gen. 18-1.358 Contractor financing by letter
of credit. 18-1.359 Aircraft noise research and
development programs. 18–1.361 Contractor cost reduction pro
Cost sharing. Subpart 18-1.4-Appointment and Authority of
Contracting Officers 18-1.400 Scope of subpart. 18-1.401 Authority of contracting off
cers. 18–1.402 Requirements to be met before
entering into contracts. 18–1.403 Selection, appointment, and
termination of appointment
of contracting officers. 18-1.403-1 Selection. 18–1.403-2 Appointment. 18-1.403-3 Termination of appointment. 18-1.4034 Modification of authority. 18–1.403–5 Assignment of duties to con
tracting officers. Subpart 18–1.5—Contingent or Other Fees 18–1.500 Scope of subpart. 18–1.502 Applicability. 18–1.503 Covenant against contingent
Tees clause. 18-1.504 Improper influence. 18-1.505 General principles and stand
ards applicable to the covonant.
Sec. 18-1.505-1 Contingent character of the fee. 18-1.605–2 Exceptions to the prohibition of
the covenant. 18-1.606-3 Bona fide employee. 18-1.606-4 Bona Ado established commer
dal or selling agency maintained by the contractor for the purpose of securing busi
ness. 18–1.505-5 Feos for information, 18–1.506 Representation and agreement
required from prospective
contractors. 18-1.606-1 Interpretation of the repre
sentation. 18-1.607 Use of standard Form 119. 18–1.507-1 Statement in Leu of form. 18-1.507-2 Exceptions. 18–1.507–50 Additional provision. 18–1.508 Enforcement. 18–1.508-1 Fallure or refusal to furnish
Standard Form 119. 18–1.508–2 Misrepresentations or violations
of the covenant against con
tingent fees. 18-1.509 Preservation of reoords. 18–1.550 Responsibility for protecting
information contained in
Suspended Bidders 18-1.600 Scope of subpart and defini
tions, 18–1.601 Establishment and main
tenance of a list of firms or Individuals debarred or in
eligiblo. 18-1.601-1 General. 18-1.601-2 Information contained in
NASA list. 18-1.601-3 Joint consolidated list. 18-1.601-4 Protection of lists. 18–1.801-50 Authority for making deter
minations. 18–1.601-51 Compliance with NASA list and
joint consolidated list. 18-1.602 Limitation. 18-1.608 Grounds for llsting and treat
ment to be accorded listed
concerns. 18-1.604 Debarment of bidders. 18-1.604-1 Authority in NASA to debar
firms and individuals. 18-1.604-2 Causes for debarment. 18-1.6043 Period and scope of debarment. 18-1.6044 Notice of debarment. 18-1.604-50 Reporting procedures. 18-1.605 Suspension of bidders. 18-1.605-1 General. 18-1.605-2 Authority in NASA to suspend
firms or individuals. 18-1.605_3 Causes for suspension. 18–1.605-4 Period and scope of suspension.. 18-1.605–5 Restrictions during period of
suspension. 18-1.605–6 Notice of suspension. 18-1.605–50 Reporting procedures.
Sec. 18–1.606 Limited debarment or suspan.
sion. 18-1.607 Interchange of debarmont in
formation. Subpart 18-1.7—Small Business Concorns 18–1.700 Scope of subpart. 18–1.701 Definitions. 18–1.701–1 Small business concern. 18-1.701-2 Established supplier. 18–1.701-3 Potential supplier. 18–1.701-4 Manufacturing Industry em
ployment size standards. 18–1.702 General policies. 18–1.703 Determination of status sus
small business concern. 18-1.704 Small business officials. 18-1.704-1 NASA Headquarters. 18-1.7042 Installations. 18–1.704-3 Small business specialists. 18-1.705 Cooperation with the small
Business Administration. 18-1.705-1 General. 18-1.705–2 SBA representatives. 18–1.705–3 Access to procurement in.
formation. 18–1.705-4 Certificates of competency. 18–1.705-5 Contracting with the Small
Business Administration. 18–1.706 Set-Asides. 18-1.706-1 General. 18–1.706-2 Contract authority. 18–1.706-3 Review, withdrawal, or modi
fication of set-asides or set
aside proposals. 18-1.706-4 Reporting for Department of
Commerce procurement syn
opsis. 18-1.706-5 Total set-asides. 18–1.706- Partial set-asides. 18–1.706–7 Automatic dissolution of set
asides. 18–1.706-50 Small business class set-aside
for construction, repair, and
alteration work. 18-1.706-51 Maintenance of records. 18–1.707 Subcontracting with small
business concerns. 18–1.707-1 General. 18-1.707-2 Small business subcontracting
program. 18–1.707-3 Required clauses. 18–1.707-4 Responsibility for reviewing the
subcontracting program. 18–1.707–6 Reports on NASA Form 624. 18-1.707–6 Subcontracting studies and sur
veys. 18–1.707-7 Small Business Administration
review of agency records. 18–1.708 Purchases under Federal Sup
ply Schedule contracts. Subpart 18-1.8–Labor Surplus Area Concerns 18–1.800 Scope of subpart. 18–1.801 Definitions. 18–1.801-1 Labor surplus area concern. 18-1.801-2 Labor surplus area. 18-1.801–3 Small business concern. 18-1.802 General policy.
Sec. 18-1.803 Application of policy. 18-1.804 Partial set-asides for labor sur
plus area concerns. 18-1.804-1 General. 18-1.804-2 Set-aside procedures. 18-1.804-3 Withdrawal of set-asides. 18–1.8044 Contract authority. 18-1.805 Subcontracting with labor sur
plus area concerns. 18–1.805–1 General policy. 18–1.805–2 Labor surplus area subcontract
ing program. 18–1.805–3 Required clauses. 18–1.805_4 Review of subcontracting pro
gram. 18-1.806 Depressed industries. 18–1.806-1 General. 18-1.806–2 Petroleum and petroleum pro
ducts industry (Notification
Contractors 18-1.900 Scope of subpart. 18-1.901 Applicability. 18-1.902 General policy. 18-1.903 Minimum standards for re
sponsible prospective con
tractors. 18-1.903-1 General standards. 18-1.903–2 Additional standards-Stand
ards for production, maintenance, construction, and research and development con
tracts. 18-1.903-3 Special standards. 18-1.903-4 Ability to meet certain mini
mum standards. 18-1.904 Determinations of responsibu.
ity and nonresponsibility. 18-1.904-1 Requirement. 18–1.904-2 Amliated concerns. 18-1.905 Procedures for determining re
sponsibility of prospective
contractors. 18-1.905–1 General. 18-1.905–2 When information will be ob
tained. 18-1.905–3 Source of information. 18-1.906-4 Preaward surveys. 18-1.905–50 Procedures for requesting pre
award surveys. 18-1.905-51 Conditions which normally do
not require & preaward sur
vey. 18–1.805-52 NASA conducted preaward
surveys. 18-1.906 Subcontractor responsibility. 18-1.907 Disclosure of preaward data. Subpart 18-1.10—Publicizing Procurement
Actions 18-1.1001 General policy. 18-1.1002 Dissemination of information
relating to invitations for bids and requests for proposals.
Sec. 18–1.1002–1 Availability of invitations for
bids and requests for proposals at the contracting
office. 18-1.1002–2 Limited avallability of certain
specifcations, plans, and
drawings. 18–1.10024 Displaying in public place. 18–1.1002-5 Information releases to news
papers and trade journals. 18–1.1003 Synopses of proposed procure
ments. 18-1.1003-1 Department of Commerce syn
opsis. 18-1.1003-2 General requirements. 18-1.1003-3 Time of publicizing. 18-1.10034 Preinvitation notices. 18-1.1003–5 Publication of procurements of
less than $10,000. 18–1.1003–6 Synopsis of subcontract op
portunities. 18–1.1003–7 Information regarding specifi
cations, plans, and drawings. 18-1.1003-8 Responsibility of small business
specialists. 18–1.1003-9 Preparation and transmittal. 18–1.1004 Disclosure of information prior
to award. 18-1.1005 Publicizing award Information. 18-1.1005-1 Synopsis of contract awards. 18-1.1006 Classification codes. 18-1.1006-1 Codes for services. 18–1.1006–2 Codes for supplies. 18–1.1007 Release of procurement infor
mation, 18-1.1007-1 Members of Congress. 18–1.1008 Paid advertisements in news
papers and trade journals. 18-1.1050 Furnishing additional procure
ment information to public. 18-1.1050-1 Policy. 18–1.1050—2 Procedures.
Subpart 18-1.11—Qualified Products 18-1.1100 Scope of subpart. 18–1.1101 General. 18–1.1102 Responsibility for qualifica
tion. 18-1.1103 Justification for inclusion of
qualification requirements in support of the NASA microelectronics reliability
program. 18–1.1104 Availability of lists. 18-1.1105 Opportunity for qualification. 18–1.1106 Clarification of qualification
requirements. 18–1.1107 Procurement of qualified prod
ucts. 18–1.1107–1 General 18-1.1102-2 Contract provisions. 18-1.1107-3 Effect of debarment or suspen
sion. 18–1.1108 Waiver of qualification re
quirements. 18–1.1109 Inadequate competition. 18-1.1110 Reporting nonconformance
with specification requirements.