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§ 1-16.902–0F 60 Optional Form 60, Contract Pricing Proposal (Research and
Development). (a) Page 1 of Option Form 60.
CONTRACT PRICING PROPOSAL
(RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND QILGET
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PAGE NO This form is for use when (1) subussion of cost or pricing data (see FPR 1- ) 80'-") is required and
(1) substitution for the optional Form 59s uthorized by the contracting other NAME OF OFFEROR
SUPPLES AND/OR SERVICES 10 BE FURNISHED
14, RTE OR PROFIT
70TA. ESTIMATED (037 AND TEF OR PROFIT
OPTIONAL FORM 60
(c) Page 3 of Optional Form 60.
INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS. 1. The purpose of this form is to provide a standard format by which 3. When attachment of supporting cost or pricing data to this form is che oferor submits to the Government a summary of incurred and impracticable, the data will be described (uw schedules us uppropriule). estimated costs and attacbed supporting informatie) suitable for de. and made available to the contracting officer or hus representatie upon tailed review and analysis. Prior to the award of a contract resulting request. from this proposal the oferor shall, under the conditions stated in FPR 1-5.807-) be required to submit a Certihcate of Current Cone or 4. The formats for the "Cost Elementy" and the Proposed Contract Pricing Data (See FPR 1- ).807-)(h) and 1-3.807-4).
Estimate" are not intended as rigid requirements. These may be pre
sented in different format with the prior approval of the Contracting 2. In addition to the specific information required by this form, the Oficer if required for more effective and efficient presentation. In all okror is expected, in good faith, to incorporate in and submit with other respects this form will be completed and submitted without this form any additional data, supporting schedules, or substantiation
change. which are reasonably required for the conduct of an appropriate re. view and analysis in the light of the specifc focus of this procurement. 5. By submission of this proposal the offeror grants to the Contracting For efective negotiations, it is essential that there be a clear under. Officer, or his authorized representative, the right to examine, for the handing of:
purpose of verifying the cost or pricing data submitted, chuse books,
records, documents and other supporting data which will permit ad .. The existing. veribable data.
quate aluation of such cost or pricing data, along with the computa. b. The judgmeatal factors applied in projecting from known date tions and projections used therein. This right may be exercised in con. to che escirasce, sad
natin sith any negotiations prior to contract award. c. The contingencies used by the offeror in his proposed price. lo short, che oferor's estimating process itsell needs to be disclosed.
8 1-16.902-OF-61 Optional Form 61: Small Business Subcontracting Program
Quarterly Report of Participating Large Company on Subcontract Commitments
to Small Business Concerns. (a) Page 1 of Optional Form 61.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. This report is to be submitied for each calendar quarter by all contractors maintaining SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACT. ING PROGRAMS, and required to report. The original and - u slor each report shall be submitted to:
Reports shall be submitted on
after the close of the quarter being reporced. Data pertaining to individual companies will belir redasdoor 2. Each reporting company, hisia dr phloe Shall report the required information for the reporting unit as a whole on the basis of the total "mix" of contratty agency business (c.8., commitments for subcontracting work shall not be segregated as between subcontracts under prime or under subcontracts).
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS ITEM 1. Specify the agency and its representative who established reporting arrangements under the Subcontricting Small Busi. ness Program. ITEM 2. Enter the day, month and year of the first and last days of the period covered by this report. ITEM 3. Enter the name of the reporting company or subdivision thereof (e.g., division or plant) which is covered by the dat:t submitted. A company m.y elect to report on a corporate, division or plant basis. ITEM 4. If the report is for a division, plant or other subdivision of a company, enter the name of the company of which the reporting subdivision is a part. ITEM Sa. Enter the net dollar amount of the commitments made by the reporting organization during the quarter to small business concerns for agency (see Item 1) subcontracts and purchases. The repor ng company may accept the representation of a supplier that it is a small business concern under Delinition No. 1.
b. Enter the nec dollar amounts of coinmitments made by the reporting organization during the quarter to large business con. cerns for agency (see Item 1) subcontracts and purchases.
c. Enter the total net dollar amount of cuminiinents made by the reporting organization during the quarter to all business concerns for agency (see Item 1) subcontracts and purchases. ITEM 6. Self explanatory. ITEM 7. Enter the date (day, month, year)" this report is submitted.
DEFINITIONS 1. SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN. A small business concern is a concern that meets the pertinent criteria established by the Small Business Administration and set forth in Title 13, Chapter 1, Part 121 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 2. SUBCONTRACTS AND PURCHASES. Subcontracts and purchases as used herein means procurement by a business concern of any article, material or service, including agency (see Item 1) portion of stock inventory and, where reasonably determined to be attributable to such agency contracting, purchases of plant maintenance, repair, operation, and capital equipment, entering into the performance of such agency supply, service or facility contract received by that business concern from (i) the
(INSTRUCTIONS CONTINUED ON REVERSE)
OPTIONAL FORM NO. 61
(b) Page 2 of Optional Form 61.
agency (see Item 1), or (ii) another business concern. Procurement of Experimental, Development and Research work is to be included. 3. COMMITMENTS. Commitments as used herein means contracts, purchase orders or other legal obligations executed by the reporting Company for goods and services to be received by the reporting Company. Commitments shall include increases to purchase orders and contracts less downward adjustments to purchase orders and contracts as a result of contract changes, cut-backs, or terminations. 4. SUBCONTRACT AND PURCHASE COMMITMENTS. Subcontract and purchase commitments will include all commitments (net, after adjustments) to a supplier of subcontracted or purchased articles, materials or services, as defined in 2 above, except purchases from a company, division, or plant which is an affiliate of the reporting company,
• U.S. GOVCANMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1961 O-340-45312-4
OPTIONAL FORM NO. 61
(88 F.R. 17296, Nov. 22, 1968)
NOTE: Agencies may entor tho lottor NA. (meaning not avallable) in each block where data 18 called for by tho forms and tho data is not avallable by the close of the first reporting period (1.o., June 30, 1969) bocauso of necessary changes in systems employed to collect the data.