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PGI PART 208 - REQUIRED SOURCES OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES

PGI PART 208 - REQUIRED SOURCES OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES

      PGI 208.002 Priorities for use of mandatory Government sources.

      PGI 208.4 —FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULES

           PGI 208.405 Reserved

                PGI 208.405-6 Limiting sources.

           PGI 208.406 Ordering activity responsibilities.

                PGI 208.406-1 Order placement.

           PGI 208.705 Procedures.

      PGI 208.7 —ACQUISITION FROM NONPROFIT AGENCIES EMPLOYING PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND OR SEVERELY DISABLED

      PGI 208.70 —COORDINATED ACQUISITION

           PGI 208.7002 Assignment authority.

                PGI 208.7002-1 Acquiring department responsibilities.

                PGI 208.7002-2 Requiring department responsibilities.

           PGI 208.7003 Applicability.

                PGI 208.7003-1 Assignments under integrated materiel management (IMM).

           PGI 208.7004 Procedures.

                PGI 208.7004-1 Purchase authorization from requiring department.

                PGI 208.7004-2 Acceptance by acquiring department.

                PGI 208.7004-3 Use of advance MIPRs.

                PGI 208.7004-4 Cutoff dates for submission of Category II MIPRs.

                PGI 208.7004-5 Notification of inability to obligate on Category II MIPRs.

                PGI 208.7004-6 Cancellation of requirements.

                PGI 208.7004-7 Termination for default.

                PGI 208.7004-8 Transportation funding.

                PGI 208.7004-9 Status reporting.

                PGI 208.7004-10 Administrative costs.

           PGI 208.7006 Coordinated acquisition assignments.

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART_1 —ARMY ASSIGNMENTS

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART2 —NAVY ASSIGNMENTS

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART3 —AIR FORCE ASSIGNMENTS

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART4 —DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ASSIGNMENTS

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART5 —DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY ASSIGNMENTS

                ASSIGNMENTS_PART6 —GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ASSIGNMENTS

      PGI 208.71 —ACQUISITION FOR NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)

           PGI 208.7102 Procedures.

                PGI 208.7102-1 General.

                PGI 208.7102-2 Purchase request and acceptance.

                PGI 208.7102-3 Changes in estimated total prices.

                PGI 208.7102-4 Payments.

      PGI 208.73 —USE OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED PRECIOUS METALS

           PGI 208.7301 Definitions.

           PGI 208.7303 Procedures.

           PGI 208.7304 Refined precious metals.

      PGI 208.74 —ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE AGREEMENTS

           PGI 208.7401 Definitions.

           PGI 208.7403 Acquisition procedures.


PGI 208.002 Priorities for use of mandatory Government sources.

(a)(1)(i) The DLA Disposition Services Reutilization, Transfer, or Donation (RTD) Office maintains the DoD-wide inventory of available property. Information on available property in the DoD-wide inventory can be obtained by-

(A) Sending a request to the DLA Disposition Services RTD Office at: drmsrtd@dla.mil; or

(B) Searching the inventory on the DLA Disposition Service RTD website at https://amps.dla.mil/oim.

(ii) Information on gaining access to and searching for available property on the RTD website can be found at: https://www.dla.mil/DispositionServices/DDSR/PropertySearch/PropertySearch/.

(iii) General information on DLA Disposition Service's RTD Program can be found at: https://www.dla.mil/DispositionServices/Offers/Reutilization.aspx.


PGI 208.4 —FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULES


PGI 208.405 Reserved


PGI 208.405-6 Limiting sources.

For an order or blanket purchase agreement (BPA) exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold that is a follow-on to an order or BPA for the same supply or services previously issued based on a limiting sources justification citing the authority at FAR 8.405-6(a)(1)(i)(B) or (C)—

(1) The limited sources justification shall include a copy of the previous justification to assist the approval authority in determining whether the planned actions to remove any barriers that led to the restricted consideration cited on the previous justification were completed; and

(2) The approval authority shall determine whether the planned actions were completed. If the actions were not completed, the justification for the follow-on action must be approved by the approval authority one-level above the approval authority for the previous justification (see FAR 8.405-6(d)). If the previous justification was approved by the Senior Procurement Executive (SPE), the approval remains at the SPE level.


PGI 208.406 Ordering activity responsibilities.


PGI 208.406-1 Order placement.

(1) When ordering from schedules, ordering offices—

(i) May use DD Form 1155, Order for Supplies or Services, to place orders for—

(A) Commercial items at or below the simplified acquisition threshold; and

(B) Other than commercial items at any dollar value (see PGI 213.307 );

(ii) Shall use SF 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items, to place orders for commercial items exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold (see FAR 12.204); and

(iii) May use SF 1449 to place orders for other than commercial items at any dollar value.

(2) Schedule orders may be placed orally if—

(i) The contractor agrees to furnish a delivery ticket for each shipment under the order (in the number of copies required by the ordering office). The ticket must include the—

(A) Contract number;

(B) Order number under the contract;

(C) Date of order;

(D) Name and title of person placing the order;

(E) Itemized listing of supplies or services furnished; and

(F) Date of delivery or shipment; and

(ii) Invoicing procedures are agreed upon. Optional methods of submitting invoices for payment are permitted, such as—

(A) An individual invoice with a receipted copy of the delivery ticket;

(B) A summarized monthly invoice covering all oral orders made during the month, with receipted copies of the delivery tickets (this option is preferred if there are many oral orders); or

(C) A contracting officer statement that the Government has received the supplies.

(3) For purchases where cash payment is an advantage, the use of imprest funds in accordance with DFARS 213.305 Imprest funds and third party drafts. is authorized when—

(i) The order does not exceed the threshold at FAR 13.305-3(a); and

(ii) The contractor agrees to the procedure.

(4) If permitted under the schedule contract, use of the Governmentwide commercial purchase card—

(i) Is mandatory for placement of orders valued at or below the micro-purchase threshold; and

(ii) Is optional for placement of orders valued above the micro-purchase threshold.


PGI 208.705 Procedures.

Ordering offices may use DD Form 1155, Order for Supplies or Services, to place orders with central nonprofit agencies.


PGI 208.70 —COORDINATED ACQUISITION


PGI 208.7002 Assignment authority.


PGI 208.7002-1 Acquiring department responsibilities.

The acquiring department generally is responsible under coordinated acquisition for—

(1) Operational aspects of acquisition planning (phasing the submission of requirements to contracting, consolidating or dividing requirements, analyzing the market, and determining patterns for the phased placement of orders to avoid unnecessary production fluctuations and meet the needs of requiring departments at the lowest price);

(2) Purchasing;

(3) Performing or assigning contract administration, including follow-up and expediting of inspection and transportation; and

(4) Obtaining licenses under patents and settling patent infringement claims arising out of the acquisition. (Acquiring departments must obtain approval from the department whose funds are to be charged for obtaining licenses or settling claims.)


PGI 208.7002-2 Requiring department responsibilities.

The requiring department is responsible for—

(1) Ensuring compliance with the order of priority in FAR 8.001 for use of Government supply sources before submitting a requirement to the acquiring department for contracting action; and

(2) Providing the acquiring department—

(i) The complete and certified documentation required by FAR 6.303-2(b). A requiring department official, equivalent to the appropriate level in FAR 6.304, must approve the documentation before submission of the military interdepartmental purchase request (MIPR) to the acquiring department;

(ii) Any additional supporting data that the acquiring department contracting officer requests (e.g., the results of any market survey or why none was conducted, and actions the requiring department will take to overcome barriers to competition in the future);

(iii) The executed determination and findings required by FAR 6.302-7(c)(1);

(iv) When a requiring department requests an acquiring department to contract for supplies or services using full and open competition after exclusion of sources, all data required by FAR 6.202(b)(2);

(v) When the requiring department specifies a foreign end product, any determinations required by DFARS Part 225 or FAR Part 25;

(vi) A complete definition of the requirements, including a list (or copies) of specifications, drawings, and other data required for the acquisition. The requiring department need not furnish Federal, military, departmental, or other specifications or drawings or data that are available to the acquiring department;

(vii) Justification required by FAR 17.205(a) for any option quantities requested;

(viii) A statement as to whether used or reconditioned material, former Government surplus property, or residual inventory will be acceptable, and if so—

(A) A list of any supplies that need not be new; and

(B) The basis for determining the acceptability of such supplies (see FAR 11.302(b));

(ix) A statement as to whether the acquiring department may exceed the total MIPR estimate and, if so, by what amount; and

(x) Unless otherwise agreed between the departments, an original and six copies of each MIPR and its attachments (except specifications, drawings, and other data).


PGI 208.7003 Applicability.


PGI 208.7003-1 Assignments under integrated materiel management (IMM).

(b) When an item assigned for IMM is to be acquired by the requiring activity under DFARS 208.7003-1 Assignments under integrated materiel management (IMM).(a)(3), the contracting officer must—

(i) Document the contract file with a statement of the specific advantage of local purchase for an acquisition exceeding the micro-purchase threshold in FAR Part 2; and

(ii) Ensure that a waiver is obtained from the IMM manager before initiating an acquisition exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold in FAR Part 2, if the IMM assignment is to the General Services Administration (GSA), the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), or the Army Materiel Command (AMC). Submit requests for waiver—

(A) For GSA, to: Commissioner (F)

Federal Supply Service

Washington, DC 20406

(B) For DLA, to: DLA Land and Maritime

ATTN: DSCC-BDL

P.O. Box 3990

Columbus, OH 43216-5000

DLA Energy

ATTN: DESC-CPA

8725 John J. Kingman Road

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6222

DLA Aviation

ATTN: DSCR-BA

8000 Jefferson Davis Highway

Richmond, VA 23297-5000

DLA Troop Support

ATTN: DSCP-ILSI (for General and Industrial) DSCP-OCS (for Medical, Clothing, and Textiles)

700 Robbins Avenue, Bldg. 4

Philadelphia, PA 19111-5096

(iii) In addition, forward a copy of each request to:

Defense Logistics Agency

Logistics Operations

ATTN: J-335

8725 John J. Kingman Road

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221

For AMC: HQ, Army Materiel Command

ATTN: AMCLG-SL

4400 Martin Road

Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898


PGI 208.7004 Procedures.


PGI 208.7004-1 Purchase authorization from requiring department.

(1) Requiring departments send their requirements to acquiring departments on either a DD Form 448, Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR), or a DD Form 416, Requisition for Coal, Coke or Briquettes. A MIPR or a DD Form 416 is the acquiring department's authority to acquire the supplies or services on behalf of the requiring department.

(2) The acquiring department is authorized to create obligations against the funds cited in a MIPR without further referral to the requiring department. The acquiring department has no responsibility to determine the validity of a stated requirement in an approved MIPR, but it should bring apparent errors in the requirement to the attention of the requiring department.

(3) Changes that affect the contents of the MIPR must be processed as a MIPR amendment regardless of the status of the MIPR. The requiring department may initially transmit changes electronically or by some other expedited means, but must confirm changes by a MIPR amendment.

(4) The requiring department must submit requirements for additional line items of supplies or services not provided for in the original MIPR as a new MIPR. The requiring department may use a MIPR amendment for increased quantities only if—

(i) The original MIPR requirements have not been released for solicitation; and

(ii) The acquiring department agrees.


PGI 208.7004-2 Acceptance by acquiring department.

(1) Acquiring departments formally accept a MIPR by DD Form 448-2, Acceptance of MIPR, as soon as practicable, but no later than 30 days after receipt of the MIPR. If the 30 day time limit cannot be met, the acquiring department must inform the requiring department of the reason for the delay, and the anticipated date the MIPR will be accepted. The acquiring department must accept MIPRs in writing before expiration of the funds.

(2) The acquiring department in accepting a MIPR will determine whether to use Category I (reimbursable funds citation) or Category II (direct funds citation) methods of funding.

(i) Category I method of funding is used under the following circumstances and results in citing the funds of the acquiring department in the contract:

(A) Delivery is from existing inventories of the acquiring department;

(B) Delivery is by diversion from existing contracts of the acquiring department;

(C) Production or assembly is through Government work orders in Government-owned plants;

(D) Production quantities are allocated among users from one or more contracts, and the identification of specific quantities of the end item to individual contracts is not feasible at the time of MIPR acceptance;

(E) Acquisition of the end items involves separate acquisition of components to be assembled by the acquiring department;

(F) Payments will be made without reference to deliveries of end items (e.g., cost-reimbursement type contracts and fixed-price contracts with progress payment clauses); or

(G) Category II method of funding is not feasible and economical.

(ii) Category II method of funding is used in circumstances other than those in paragraph (2)(i) of this subsection. Category II funding results in citation of the requiring department's funds and MIPR number in the resultant contract.

(3) When the acquiring departments accepts a MIPR for Category I funding—

(i) The DD Form 448-2, Acceptance of MIPR, is the authority for the requiring department to record the obligation of funds;

(ii) The acquiring department will annotate the DD Form 448-2 if contingencies, price revisions, or variations in quantities are anticipated. The acquiring department will periodically advise the requiring department, prior to submission of billings, of any changes in the acceptance figure so that the requiring department may issue an amendment to the MIPR, and the recorded obligation may be adjusted to reflect the current price;

(iii) If the acquiring department does not qualify the acceptance of a MIPR for anticipated contingencies, the price on the acceptance will be final and will be billed at time of delivery; and

(iv) Upon receipt of the final billing (SF 1080, Voucher for Transferring Funds), the requiring department may adjust the fiscal records accordingly without authorization from or notice to the acquiring department.

(4) When the MIPR is accepted for Category II funding, a conformed copy of the contract (see DFARS 204.802 Contract files.(1)(ii)) is the authority to record the obligation. When all awards have been placed to satisfy the total MIPR requirement, any unused funds remaining on the MIPR become excess to the acquiring department. The acquiring department will immediately notify the requiring department of the excess funds by submitting an Acceptance of MIPR (DD Form 448-2). This amendment is authorization for the requiring department to withdraw the funds. The acquiring department is prohibited from further use of such excess funds.

(5) When the acquiring department requires additional funds to complete the contracting action for the requiring department, the request for additional funds must identify the exact items involved, and the reason why additional funds are required. The requiring department shall act quickly to—

(i) Provide the funds by an amendment of the MIPR; or

(ii) Reduce the requirements.

(6) The accepting activity of the acquiring department shall remain responsible for the MIPR even though that activity may split the MIPR into segments for action by other contracting activities.


PGI 208.7004-3 Use of advance MIPRs.

(1) An advance MIPR is an unfunded MIPR provided to the acquiring department in advance of the funded MIPR so that initial steps in planning the contract action can begin at an earlier date.

(2) In order to use an advance MIPR, the acquiring department and the requiring department must agree that its use will be beneficial. The departments may execute a blanket agreement to use advance MIPRs.

(3) The requiring department shall not release an advance MIPR to the acquiring department without obtaining proper internal approval of the requirement.

(4) When advance MIPRs are used, mark “ADVANCE MIPR” prominently on the DD Form 448.

(5) For urgent requirements, the advance MIPR may be transmitted electronically.

(6) On the basis of an advance MIPR, the acquiring department may take the initial steps toward awarding a contract, such as obtaining internal coordination and preparing an acquisition plan. Acquiring departments may determine the extent of these initial actions but shall not award contracts on the basis of advance MIPRs.


PGI 208.7004-4 Cutoff dates for submission of Category II MIPRs.

(1) Unless otherwise agreed between the departments, May 31 is the cutoff date for the receipt of MIPRs citing expiring appropriations which must be obligated by September 30 of that fiscal year. If circumstances arise that require the submission of MIPRs citing expiring appropriations after the cutoff date, the requiring department will communicate with the acquiring department before submission to find out whether the acquiring department can execute a contract or otherwise obligate the funds by the end of the fiscal year. Acquiring departments will make every effort to obligate funds for all such MIPRs accepted after the cutoff date. However, acceptance of a late MIPR does not constitute assurance by the acquiring department that all such funds will be obligated.

(2) Nothing in these instructions is intended to restrict the processing of MIPRs when the acquiring department is capable of executing contracts or otherwise obligating funds before the end of the fiscal year.

(3) The May 31 cutoff date does not apply to MIPRs citing continuing appropriations.


PGI 208.7004-5 Notification of inability to obligate on Category II MIPRs.

On August 1, the acquiring department will advise the requiring department of any Category II MIPRs on hand citing expiring appropriations it will be unable to obligate prior to the fund expiration date. If an unforeseen situation develops after August 1 that will prevent execution of a contract, the acquiring department will notify the requiring department as quickly as possible and will return the MIPR. The letter of transmittal returning the MIPR will authorize purchase by the requiring department and state the reason that the acquisition could not be accomplished.


PGI 208.7004-6 Cancellation of requirements.

(1) Category I MIPRs. The requiring department will notify the acquiring department by electronic or other immediate means when cancelling all or part of the supplies or services requested in the MIPR. Within 30 days, the acquiring department will notify the requiring department of the quantity of items available for termination and the amount of funds in excess of the estimated settlement costs. Upon receipt of this information, the requiring department will issue a MIPR amendment to reduce the quantities and funds accordingly.

(2) Category II MIPRs. The requiring department will notify the acquiring department electronically or by other immediate means when cancelling all or any part of the supplies or services requested in the MIPR.

(i) If the acquiring department has not entered into a contract for the supplies or services to be cancelled, the acquiring department will immediately notify the requiring department. Upon receipt of such notification, the requiring department shall initiate a MIPR amendment to revoke the estimated amount shown on the original MIPR for the cancelled items.

(ii) If the items to be cancelled have already been placed under contract—

(A) As soon as practicable, but in no event more than 45 days after receipt of the cancellation notice from the requiring department, the contracting officer shall issue a termination data letter to the requiring department (original and four copies) containing, as a minimum, the information in Table 8-1, Termination Data Letter.

(B) The termination contracting officer (TCO) will review the proceedings at least every 60 days to reassess the Government's probable obligation. If any additional funds are excess to the probable settlement requirements, or if it appears that previous release of excess funds will result in a shortage of the amount that will be required for settlement, the TCO will promptly notify the contracting office which will amend the termination data letter. The requiring department will process a MIPR amendment to reflect the reinstatement of funds within 30 days after receiving the amended termination data letter.

(C) Upon receipt of a copy of the termination settlement agreement, the requiring department will prepare a MIPR amendment, if required, to remove any remaining excess funds.

TABLE 8-1, TERMINATION DATA LETTER

SUBJECT:

Termination Data Re:

Contract No. ___________________________ Termination No. ________________________

Contract _______________________________

(a) As termination action is now in progress on the above contract, the following information is submitted:

(1) Brief Description of items terminated.

(2) You are notified that the sum of $________ is available for release under the subject contract. This sum represents the difference between $________, the value of items terminated under the contract, and $________, estimated to be required for settlement of the terminated contract. The estimated amount available for release is allocated by the appropriations cited on the contract as follows:

MIPR NO.________ ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION________ AMOUNT________

Total available for release at this time $________

(b) Request you forward an amendment to MIPR ________ on DD Form 448-2 to reflect the reduced quantity and amount of funds available for release.

(c) Periodic reviews (not less than 60 days) will be made as termination proceedings progress to redetermine the Government's probable obligation.

______________________

Contracting Officer


PGI 208.7004-7 Termination for default.

(1) When the acquiring department terminates a contract for default, it will ask the requiring department if the supplies or services to be terminated are still required so that repurchase action can be started.

(2) The requiring department will not deobligate funds on a contract terminated for default until receipt of a settlement modification or other written evidence from the acquiring department authorizing release of funds.

(3) On the repurchase action, the acquiring department will not exceed the unliquidated funds on the defaulted contract without receiving additional funds from the requiring department.


PGI 208.7004-8 Transportation funding.

The requiring department will advise the acquiring department or the transportation officer in the contract administration office of the fund account to be charged for transportation costs. The requiring department may cite the fund account on each MIPR or provide the funding cite to the transportation officer at the beginning of each fiscal year for use on Government bills of lading. When issuing a Government bill of lading, show the requiring department as the department to be billed and cite the appropriate fund account.


PGI 208.7004-9 Status reporting.

(1) The acquiring department will maintain a system of MIPR follow-up to inform the requiring department of the current status of its requests. In addition, the contract administration office will maintain a system of follow-up in order to advise the acquiring department on contract performance.

(2) If requested by the requiring department, the acquiring department will furnish the requiring department a copy of the solicitation when the MIPR is satisfied through Category II funding.

(3) Any reimbursement billings, shipping document, contractual documents, project orders, or related documentation furnished to the requiring department will identify the requiring department's MIPR number, quantities of items, and funding information.


PGI 208.7004-10 Administrative costs.

The acquiring department bears the administrative costs of acquiring supplies for the requiring department. However, when an acquisition responsibility is transferred to another department, funds appropriated or to be appropriated for administrative costs will transfer to the successor acquiring department. The new acquiring department must assume budget cognizance as soon as possible.


PGI 208.7006 Coordinated acquisition assignments.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART_1 —ARMY ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

Electronic Equipment

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those items which the department either designed or for which it sponsored development. See FSC 5821 under Navy listings for assignment of certain commercially developed radio sets (i.e., developed without the use of Government funds).

1005 P*

Guns, through 30mm

This partial assignment applies to guns, through 30mm, and parts and equipment therefor, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/

Catalogs. It does not apply to Navy ordnance type guns; MK 11 and MK 12, 20mm gun; and aircraft gun mounts.

1010 P*

Guns, over 30mm up to 75mm

This partial assignment applies to guns, over 30mm and up to 75mm, and parts and equipment therefor, as listed in Department of the Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type guns and aircraft gun mounts.

1015 P*

Guns, 75mm through 125mm

This partial assignment applies to guns, 75mm through 125mm, and parts and equipment therefor, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type guns.

1020 P*

Guns over 125mm through 150mm

1025 P*

Guns over 150mm through 200mm

1030 P*

Guns over 200mm through 300mm

1035 P*

Guns over 300mm

These partial assignments apply to guns, over 125mm, and parts and equipment therefor, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. They do not apply to Naval ordnance type guns.

1040

Chemical Weapons and Equipment

1055 P*

Launchers, Rocket and Pyrotechnic

This partial assignment applies to launchers, rocket and pyrotechnic, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs does not apply to Naval ordnance type and airborne type, with the exception of 2.75 inch rocket launchers which are included in this partial FSC assignment to the Department of the Army.

1090 P

Assemblies Interchangeable Between Weapons in Two or More Classes

This partial assignment applies to the following items:

National stock number nomenclature

1090-563-7232

1090-699-0633

1090-796-8760

1090-885-8451

1090-986-9707

Staff Section, Class

Staff Section

Power Supply

Wrench Corrector

Reticle Assembly

(“P” after the FSC number indicates a partial FSC assignment)

1095 P*

Miscellaneous Weapons

This partial assignment applies to miscellaneous weapons, and parts and equipment therefor, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type; line throwing guns (which are under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment to the Department of the Navy); and aircraft type miscellaneous weapons.

1210 P*

Fire Control Directors

1220 P*

Fire Control Computing Sights and Devices

1230 P*

Fire Control Systems, Complete

1240 P*

Optical Sighting and Ranging Equipment

1250 P*

Fire Control Stabilizing Mechanisms

1260 P*

Fire Control Designating and Indicating Equipment

1265 P*

Fire Control Transmitting and Receiving Equipment, Except Airborne

1285 P*

Fire Control Radar Equipment, Except Airborne

1290 P*

Miscellaneous Fire Control Equipment

The above nine partial FSC assignments apply to fire control equipment, as listed in Department of the Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. They do not apply to Naval ordnance type and aircraft type.

1305 P*

Ammunition, through 30mm

This partial assignment applies to ammunition through 30mm as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type and ammunition for the MK 11 and MK 12, 20mm gun

1310 P*

Ammunition, over 30mm up to 75mm

This partial assignment applies to ammunition, over 30mm up to 75mm, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type and to 40mm ammunition (which is under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment to the Navy). The Army is responsible for the acquisition of fillers and the loading, assembling, and packing of toxicological, incapacitating riot control, smoke and incendiary munitions.

1315 P*

Ammunition, 75mm through 125mm

This partial assignment applies to ammunition, 75mm through 125mm, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type. The Army is responsible for the acquisition of fillers and the loading, assembling, and packing of toxicological, incapacitating riot control, smoke and incendiary munitions.

1320 P*

Ammunition, over 125mm

This partial assignment applies to ammunition over 125mm, as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type. The Army is responsible for the acquisition of fillers and the loading, assembling, and packing of toxicological, incapacitating riot control, smoke and incendiary munitions.

1325 P

Bombs

This partial assignment applies to bombs as listed in Department of Army Supply Manuals/Catalogs. It does not apply to Navy assigned bombs as shown in list of assignments to the Navy; however, the Department of the Army is responsible for the acquisition of fillers and the loading, assembling, and packing of toxicological, incapacitating riot control, smoke and incendiary munitions, and for other loading, assembling, and packing in excess of Navy owned capacity.

1330

Grenades

1340 P

Rockets and Rocket Ammunition

This partial assignment applies to:

66mm Rocket, HEAT, M72

2.75” Rocket FFAR, Service and Practice

Heads MK5 and Mods (HEAT)

HE, M151

HE, XM229 (17 lb Warhead)

HE, XM157 (Spotting Red)

HE, XM158 (Spotting Yellow)

MK61 Practice (5 lb Slug)

XM230 Practice (10 lb)

Motors MK4 and Mods (High Performance Aircraft)

MK40 and Mods (Low Performance Aircraft)

3.5 inch Rocket Heat, M35

Practice, M36

Smoke, WP, M30

4.5 inch Motor, Drill, M24

HE, M32

Practice, M33

Incendiary and toxicological rockets, as listed in Army Supply Bulletins. It does not apply to Navy assigned rockets as shown in the list of assignments to the Navy. However, the Department of the Army is responsible for acquisition of filler and for filling of all smoke and toxicological rockets.

1345

Land Mines

1365

Military Chemical Agents

1370 P

Pyrotechnics

This partial assignment does not apply to shipboard and aircraft pyrotechnics.

1375 P

Demolition Materials

This partial assignment applies to Blasting Agents and supplies such as:

Bangalore torpedo

Blocks, demolition

Caps, blasting, electric and nonelectric

Charge, cratering

Charge, shaped and demolition

Chests, demolition platoon and squad

Cord detonating

Demolition equipment sets, with ancillary items

Detonators, all types

Dynamite

Firing devices

Fuze, safety

Kit, demolition

Lighter, fuse

Machine, blasting

Primer, percussion cap

It does not apply to Navy underwater demolition requirements.

1376 P

Bulk Explosives

This partial assignment applies to solid propellants and explosives such as:

Ammonium Picrate (Explosive D) JAN-A-166A

Trinitrotoluene (TNT) MIL-T-248A

Tetryl JAN-T-339

Pantaerythrite Tetranitrate (PETN) JAN-P-387

RDX

Composition B

Composition B-3

Pentolite, 50

Composition C-3

Composition A-3

Composition A-4

Nitroguanidine (Picrate)

It does not apply to production capacity for any of the above listed explosives at the U.S. Naval Propellant Plant, Indian Head, Maryland.

1377 P

Cartridge and Propellant Actuated Devices and Components

This partial assignment is reserved pending Services agreement as to items to be included in the assignment.

1380

Military Biological Agents

1390 P*

Fuzes and Primers

This partial assignment applies to Fuzes and Primers for Army assigned ammunition. It does not apply to Naval ordnance type, which is under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment to the Department of the Navy; and guided missile fuzes.

2210

Locomotives

2220

Rail Cars

2240

Locomotive and Rail Car Accessories and Components

2250

Track Materials, Railroad

2310 P

Passenger Motor Vehicles

2320 P

Trucks and Truck Tractors

These two partial assignments apply to tactical vehicles and the following types of vehicles:

Bus, convertible to ambulance

Truck, 4 x 4, convertible to ambulance

Truck 4 x 4 dump, 9,000 GVW, with cut-down cab

These assignments do not apply to tracked landing vehicles which are not under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment, and airport crash rescue vehicles, which are under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment to the Department of the Air Force. With the exception of the types enumerated above, these assignments do not apply to commercial, non-tactical, passenger carrying vehicles and trucks which are assigned for DoD Coordinated Acquisition to the General Services Administration.

2330 P

Trailers

This partial assignment does not apply to two wheel lubrication trailers, two wheel steam cleaning trailers, and troop transporter semitrailers which are not under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment, and airport crash rescue trailer units which are under DoD Coordinated Acquisition assignment to the Department of the Air Force.

2340 P

Motorcycles, Motor Scooters, and Bicycles

This partial assignment does not apply to bicycles and tricycles.

2350

Tanks and Self-propelled Weapons

2430

Tractors, Track Laying, High-Speed

2510 P**

Vehicular Cab, Body, and Frame Structural Components

2520 P**

Vehicular Power Transmission Components

2530 P**

Vehicular Brake, Steering, Axle, Wheel, and Track Components

2540 P**

Vehicular Furniture and Accessories

2590 P**

Miscellaneous Vehicular Components

2610

Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic, except Aircraft

2630

Tires, solid and cushion

2640

Tire Rebuilding and Tire and Tube Repair Materials

2805 P**

Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, except Aircraft and Components

2910 P**

Engine Fuel System Components, Nonaircraft

2920 P**

Engine Electrical System Components, Nonaircraft

2930 P**

Engine Cooling System Components, Nonaircraft

2940 P**

Engine Air and Oil Filters, Strainers and Cleaners, Nonaircraft

2990 P**

Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Nonaircraft

4210 P

Fire Fighting Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to equipment developed by or under the sponsorship of the Department of the Army.

4230 P

Decontaminating and Impregnating Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to items peculiar to chemical warfare.

4240 P

Safety and Rescue Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to military respiratory protective equipment for chemical warfare.

5805 P

Telephone and Telegraph Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to military (wire) equipment, field type.

5815 P

Teletype and Facsimile Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to military (wire) equipment, field type.

5830 P

Intercommunication and Public Address Systems; except Airborne

This partial assignment applies only to military (wire) equipment, field type.

6135 P

Batteries, Primary

This partial assignment applies to MIL type, dry cell batteries, only.

6625 P

Electrical and Electronic Properties Measuring and Testing Instruments

This partial assignment applies only to instruments for testing military (wire) equipment, field type.

6645 P

Time Measuring Instruments

This partial assignment applies to the following watches; aircraft instrument panel clocks; cases and spare parts therefor:

Master navigation watches; pocket watches; stop watches; second setting wrist watches; wrist watches; athletic timers; aircraft clocks; aircraft panel clocks; mechanical aircraft clocks; navigation watch cases; pocket watch cases; watch holders; watch case assemblies and watch movements.

6660 P

Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those systems, instruments and end items in FSC 6660 which the department either designed or sponsored development. For purposes of this assignment, the developing department is the department which awarded the developmental contract, notwithstanding that other departments may have provided funds for the development.

6665 P

Hazard-Detecting Instruments and Apparatus

This partial assignment applies only to items peculiar to chemical warfare.

6695 P

Combination and Miscellaneous Instruments

This partial assignment applies to jewel bearings only.

6820 P

Dyes

This partial assignment applies only to items peculiar to chemical warfare.

6910 P

Training Aids

This partial assignment applies only to items peculiar to Army assignments under weapons, fire control equipment, ammunition and explosives, and chemical and biological warfare.

6920 P

Armament Training Devices

This partial assignment applies to armament training devices as listed in Department of Army Catalogs SC 6910, ML/IL and SC 6920 ML/IL. It does not apply to clay pigeons in Department of Army Catalogs SC 6910, ML/IL and SC 6920 ML/IL. It does not apply to clay pigeons.

6940 P

Communication Training Devices

This partial assignment applies only to code training sets, code practice equipment, and other telephone and telegraph training devices.

8130 P

Reels and Spools

This partial assignment applies only to reels and spools for military (wire) equipment, field type.

8140 P

Ammunition Boxes, Packages, and Special Containers

This partial assignment applies only to boxes, packages, and containers peculiar to Army assignments under ammunitions, explosives, and chemical and biological warfare as listed in Department of Army Catalog SC 8140 IL and SC 8140 ML.

*For contracting purposes, Naval ordnance comprises all arms, armor, and armament for the Department of the Navy and includes all offensive and defensive weapons, together with their components, controlling devices and ammunition used in executing the Navy's mission in National Defense (except small arms and those items of aviation ordnance acquired from the Army).

**These partial FSC assignments apply only to repair parts peculiar to combat and tactical vehicles. In addition, the assignment in FSC 2805 applies to military standard engines 1.5 HP through 20 HP and parts peculiar therefor. Balance of these FSCs are assigned to the

Defense Logistics Agency (DLA Land and Maritime)

.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART2 —NAVY ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

Electronic Equipment

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those items which the department either designed or sponsored development. See FSC 5821 for assignment of certain commercially developed radio sets to the Department of the Navy (i.e., developed without the use of Government funds).

1095 P

Miscellaneous Weapons

This partial assignment applies to line throwing guns only.

1310 P

Ammunition, over 30mm up to 75mm

This partial assignment applies only to reels and spools for military.

1325 P

Bombs

This partial assignment applies to armor-piercing; depth bombs; externally suspended low drag bombs; and components and practice bombs therefor, as listed in Ord Pamphlets, and the MK 43, Target Detecting Device. The Department of the Army is responsible for the acquisition of fillers and the loading, assembling, and packing of toxicological, incapacitating riot control, smoke and incendiary munitions, and for other loading, assembling, and packing in excess of Navy-owned capacity.

1340 P

Rockets and Rocket Ammunition

This partial assignment applies to:

Fuze, Rocket, V.T., MK93-0

2.25 inch Rocket SCAR, Practice

Heads MK3 and Mods

Motors MK15 and Mods

MK16 and Mods

5 inch Rocket HVAR, service and practice

Heads MK2 and Mods (common) MK6 and Mods (GP)

MK4 and Mods (smoke) MK25 and Mods (ATAR)

Motors MK10 and Mods

5 inch Rocket FFAR service and practice

Heads MK24 and Mods (General Purposes)

MK32 and Mods (Shaped Charged)

MK26 and Mods (Illum)

Motor MK16 and Mods

The Department of the Army is responsible for acquisition of filler and for filling of all smoke and toxicological rockets.

1390 P

Fuzes and Primers

This partial assignment applies to fuzes and primers for Navy assigned ammunition.

1550 P

Drones

This partial assignment applies only to Drone, Model BQM34E.

(“P” after the FSC number indicates a partial FSC assignment).

1905 P

Combat Ships and Landing Vessels

This partial assignment applies to landing vessels only.

1910 P

Transport Vessels, Passenger and Troop

This partial assignment applies to ferryboats only.

1920

Fishing Vessels

1925

Special Service Vessels

1930

Barges and Lighters, Cargo

1935 P

Barges and Lighters, Special Purpose

This partial assignment does not apply to derricks, pile drivers, rock cutters, concrete mixing plants, mechanical bank grader barges, other bank revetment barges, and barge power plants.

1940

Small Craft

1945 P

Pontoons and Floating Docks

This partial assignment applies only to Naval Facilities Engineering Command type pontoons.

1950

Floating Drydocks

1990 P

Miscellaneous Vessels

This partial assignment applies to commercial sailing vessels only.

2010

Ship and Boat Propulsion Components

2020

Rigging and Rigging Gear

2030

Deck Machinery

2040

Marine Hardware and Hull Items

2060

Commercial Fishing Equipment

2090

Miscellaneous Ship and Marine Equipment

2820 P

Steam Engines, Reciprocating and Components

This partial assignment applies to marine main propulsion steam engines only.

2825 P

Steam Turbines and Components

This partial assignment applies to marine steam turbines only.

4210 P

Fire Fighting Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to fire fighting equipment developed by or under the sponsorship of the Department of Navy.

4410 P

Industrial Boilers

This partial assignment applies only to boilers for use aboard those ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

4420 P

Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers

This partial assignment applies only to heat exchangers for use aboard those ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

4925 P

Ammunition Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment

This partial assignment applies to sets, kits, and outfits of tools and equipment for explosive ordnance as defined in military service regulations and documents.

5821 P

Radio and Television Communication Equipment, Airborne

This partial assignment applies only to the following commercially developed radio sets. (The term “commercially developed” means that no Government funds were provided for development purposes.) HF-101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 111, 113, ARC-94, 102, 105, 110, 112, 119, 120; MRC-95, 108; VC-102, 104, 105, 106, 109, 110; and components of the foregoing including the 490T antenna coupler.

6125 P

Converters, Electrical, Rotating

This partial assignment applies only to motor-generated sets for use aboard ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

6320 P

Shipboard Alarm and Signal System

This partial assignment applies only to alarm systems, fire alarm systems, indicating systems, telegraph systems (signal and signaling) (less electronic type) for use aboard ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

6605 P

Navigational Instruments

This partial assignment applies only to lifeboat and raft compasses, aircraft sextants, hand leads (soundings), lead reels, sounding machines and pelorus stands for use aboard ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

6645 P

Time Measuring Instruments

This partial assignment applies to the following instruments, cases, and spare parts therefor:

Chronometers including gimbal, padded, and make break circuit

Clocks, alarm, boat, deck, direct reading, electrical, floor, interval timer, marine, mechanical, master control, master program, master regulating, mechanical message center, nurses, program, shelf, stop, wall, watchman's

Counters, time period

Meters, engine running time, hour recording, and electrical time totalizing

Timers; bombing, engine hours, sequential, stop, and program

Program control instrument

Cases; chronometer, including gimbal and padded, chronometer carrying; makebreak circuit chronometer

Cans, chronometer shipping and storage

Clock keys; clock movements, clock motors

6650 P

Optical Instruments

This partial assignment applies only to stands, telescope, for use aboard ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

6660 P

Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those systems, instruments, and end items in FSC 6660 for which the department either designed or sponsored development. For purposes of this assignment, the developing department is the department which awarded the developmental contract, notwithstanding that other departments may have provided funds for the development.

6665 P

Hazard-Detecting Instruments and Apparatus

This partial assignment applies only to hazard determining safety devices, for use aboard ships assigned to the Navy for coordinated acquisition.

8140 P

Ammunition Boxes, Packages, and Special Containers

This partial assignment applies only to boxes, packages, and containers for 40mm ammunition.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART3 —AIR FORCE ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

Electronic Equipment

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those items which the department either designed or sponsored development. See FSC 5821 under Navy listing for assignment of certain commercially developed radio sets (i.e., developed without the use of Government funds).

1550 P

Drones

This partial assignment applies only to the following model drones:

Model 147

Model 154

BQM 34A

MQM 34D

2320 P

Trucks and Truck Tractors

This partial assignment applies only to airport crash rescue vehicles.

2330 P

Trailers

This partial assignment applies only to airport crash rescue trailor units.

4210 P

Fire Fighting Equipment

This partial assignment applies only to fire fighting equipment developed by or under the sponsorship of the Department of the Air Force.

6660 P

Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus

Each department is assigned acquisition responsibility for those systems, instruments, and end items in FSC 6660 for which the department either designed or sponsored development. The developing department is the department which awarded the developmental contract, notwithstanding that other departments may have provided funds for the development.

6710 P*

Cameras, Motion Picture

This partial assignment does not apply to submarine periscope and underwater cameras.

6720 P*

Cameras, Still Picture

This partial assignment does not apply to submarine periscope and underwater cameras.

6730 P*

Photographic Projection Equipment

This partial assignment does not apply to 35mm theater projectors.

6740*

Photographic Developing and Finishing Equipment

6760*

Photographic Equipment and Accessories

6780*

Photographic Sets, Kits, and Outfits

(“P” after the FSC number indicates a partial FSC assignment).

8820 P

Live Animals Not Raised for Food

This partial assignment applies only to the following types of working dogs:

Scout

Sentry

Patrol

Mine/tunnel

Tracker

Detector-narcotic/contraband

Sledge

Bloodhound

Water dog

Patrol/detector

*This partial FSC assignment does not apply to photographic equipment controlled by the Congressional Joint Committee on Printing and Micro-Film Equipment and Supplies.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART4 —DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

DLA

Center6

2230

Right of Way Construction and Maintenance Equipment, Railroad

DSCP

2410

Tractor, Full Track, Low-Speed

DSCP

2420

Tractor, Wheeled

DSCP

2510 P2

Vehicular Cab, Body, and Frame, Structural Components

DSCC

2520 P2

Vehicular Power Transmission Components

DSCC

2530 P2

Vehicular Brake, Steering, Axle, Wheel, and Track Components

DSCC

2540 P2

Vehicular Furniture and Accessories

DSCC

2590 P2

Miscellaneous Vehicular Components

DSCC

2805 P2

Gasoline Reciprocating Engines, Except Aircraft; and Components

DSCC

2815

Diesel Engines and Components

DSCC

2895

Miscellaneous Engines and Components

DSCC

2910 P2

Engine Fuel System Components, Nonaircraft

DSCC

2920 P2

Engine Electrical System Components, Nonaircraft

DSCC

2930 P2

Engine Cooling System Components, Nonaircraft

DSCC

2940 P2

Engine Air and Oil Filters, Strainers and Cleaners, Nonaircraft

DSCC

2990 P2

Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Nonaircraft

DSCC

3020

Gears, Pulleys, Sprockets and Transmission Chain

DSCC

3030

Belting, Drive Belts, Fan Belts, and Accessories

DSCP

3040

Miscellaneous Power Transmission Equipment

DSCC

3110

Bearings, Antifriction, Unmounted

DSCR

3120

Bearings, Plain Unmounted

DSCR

3130

Bearings, Mounted

DSCR

3210

Sawmill and Planing Mill Machinery

DSCP

3220

Woodworking Machines

DSCP

3230

Tools and Attachments for Woodworking Machinery

DSCP

3405

Saws and Filing Machines

DSCR

3408

Machining Centers and Way-Type Machines

DSCR

3410

Electrical and Ultrasonic Erosion Machines

DSCR

3411

Boring Machines

DSCR

3412

Broaching Machines

DSCR

3413

Drilling and Tapping Machines

DSCR

3414

Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines

DSCR

3415

Grinding Machines

DSCR

3416

Lathes

DSCR

3417

Milling Machines

DSCR

3418

Planers and Shapers

DSCR

3419

Miscellaneous Machine Tools

DSCR

3422

Rolling Mills and Drawing Machines

DSCR

(“P” after the FSC number indicates a partial FSC assignment)

3424

Metal Heat Treating Equipment

DSCR

3426

Metal Finishing Equipment

DSCR

3431

Electric Arc Welding Equipment

DSCR

3432

Electric Resistance Welding Equipment

DSCR

3433

Gas Welding, Heat Cutting & Metalizing Equipment

DSCR

3436

Welding Positioners and Manipulators

DSCR

3438

Miscellaneous Welding Equipment

DSCR

3439

Miscellaneous Welding, Soldering and Brazing Supplies and Accessories

DSCR

3441

Bending and Forming Machines

DSCR

3442

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Presses, Power Driven

DSCR

3443

Mechanical Presses, Power Driven

DSCR

3444

Manual Presses

DSCR

3445

Punching and Shearing Machines

DSCR

3446

Forging Machinery and Hammers

DSCR

3447

Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machinery

DSCR

3448

Riveting Machines

DSCR

3449

Misc. Secondary Metal Forming and Cutting Machines

DSCR

3450

Machine Tools, Portable

DSCR

3455

Cutting Tools for Machine Tools

DSCR

3456

Cutting and Forming Tools for Secondary Metal Working Machines

DSCR

3460

Machine Tool Accessories

DSCR

3461

Accessories for Secondary Metal Working Machinery

DSCR

3465

Production Jigs, Fixtures and Templates

DSCR

3470

Machine Shop Sets, Kits, and Outfits

DSCR

3510

Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment

DSCP

3520

Shoe Repairing Equipment

DSCP

3530

Industrial Sewing Machines & Mobile Textile Repair Shops

DSCP

3610

Printing, Duplicating, and Bookbinding Equipment

DSCR

3611 P9

Industrial Marking Machines

DSCR

3620 P9

Rubber and Plastics Working Machinery

DSCR

3635 P9

Crystal and Glass Industries Machinery

DSCR

3650 P9

Chemical & Pharmaceutical Products Manufacturing Machinery

DSCR

3655

Gas Generating and Dispensing Systems, Fixed or Mobile

DSCR

3660 P9

Industrial Size Reduction Machinery

DSCR

3680 P9

Foundry Machinery, Related Equipment and Supplies

DSCR

3685 P9

Specialized Metal Container Manufacturing Machinery and Related Equipment

DSCR

3693 P9

Industrial Assembly Machines

DSCR

3694 P9

Clean Work Stations, Controlled Environment & Related Equipment

DSCR

3695

Miscellaneous Special Industry Machinery

DSCR

3710

Soil Preparation Equipment

DSCP

3720

Harvesting Equipment

DSCP

3740

Pest, Disease, and Frost Control Equipment

DSCR

3770

Saddlery, Harness, Whips and Related Animal Furnishings

DSCP

3805

Earth Moving and Excavating Equipment

DSCP

3810

Cranes and Crane-Shovels

DSCP

3815

Crane and Crane-Shovel Attachments

DSCP

3820

Mining, Rock Drilling, Earth Boring, and Related Equipment

DSCP

3825

Road Clearing and Cleaning Equipment

DSCP

3830

Truck and Tractor Attachments

DSCP

3835

Petroleum Production and Distribution Equipment

DSCP

3895

Miscellaneous Construction Equipment

DSCP

3910

Conveyors

DSCP

3920

Materials Handling Equipment, Nonself-Propelled

DSCP

3930

Warehouse Trucks and Tractors, Self-Propelled

DSCP

3940

Blocks, Tackle, Rigging, and Slings

DSCP

3950

Winches, Hoists, Cranes, and Derricks

DSCC

3990

Miscellaneous Materials Handling Equipment

DSCP

4010

Chain and Wire Rope

DSCR

4020

Fiber Rope, Cordage and Twine

DSCP

4030

Fittings for Rope, Cable, and Chain

DSCC

4110

Refrigeration Equipment

DSCP

4120

Air Conditioning Equipment

DSCP

4130

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Components

DSCP

4140

Fans, Air Circulators, and Blower Equipment

DSCP

4210 P3

Fire Fighting Equipment

DSCP

4220

Marine Lifesaving and Diving Equipment

DSCP

4310

Compressors and Vacuum Pumps

DSCC

4320

Power and Hand Pumps

DSCC

4330

Centrifugals, Separators, and Pressure and Vacuum Filters

DSCC

4440

Driers, Dehydrators, and Anhydrators

DSCC

4450

Industrial Fan and Blower Equipment

DSCC

4460

Air Purification Equipment

DSCC

4510

Plumbing Fixtures and Accessories

DSCP

4520

Space Heating Equipment and Domestic Water Heaters

DSCP

4530

Fuel Burning Equipment Units

DSCP

4540

Miscellaneous Plumbing, Heating, and Sanitation Equipment

DSCP

4610

Water Purification Equipment

DSCC

4620

Water Distillation Equipment, Marine and Industrial

DSCC

4630

Sewage Treatment Equipment

DSCP

4710

Pipe and Tube

DSCC

4720

Hose and Tubing, Flexible

DSCC

4730

Fittings and Specialities; Hose, Pipe, and Tube

DSCC

4810

Valves, Powered

DSCC

4820

Valves, Nonpowered

DSCC

4930

Lubrication and Fuel Dispensing Equipment

DSCP

5280

Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Measuring Tools

DSCP

5305

Screws

DSCP

5306

Bolts

DSCP

5307

Studs

DSCP

5310

Nuts and Washers

DSCP

5315

Nails, Keys, and Pins

DSCP

5320

Rivets

DSCP

5325

Fastening Devices

DSCP

5330

Packing and Gasket Materials

DSCP

5335

Metal Screening

DSCP

5340

Miscellaneous Hardware

DSCP

5355

Knobs and Pointers

DSCP

5360

Coil, Flat and Wire Springs

DSCP

5365

Rings, Shims, and Spacers

DSCR

5410

Prefabricated and Portable Buildings

DSCP

5420

Bridges, Fixed and Floating

DSCC

5430

Storage Tanks

DSCP

5440

Scaffolding Equipment and Concrete Forms

DSCP

5445

Prefabricated Tower Structures

DSCP

5450

Miscellaneous Prefabricated Structures

DSCP

5510

Lumber and Related Basic Wood Materials

DSCP

5520

Millwork

DSCP

5530

Plywood and Veneer

DSCP

5660

Fencing, Fences and Gates

DSCP

5680 P

Miscellaneous Construction Materials

This partial assignment applies only to airplane landing mat. (Also, see footnote 1 at end of list relative to purchase of DLA managed items in GSA assigned classes.)

DSCC

5820 P10

Radio and Television Communication Equipment, except Airborne

T-ASA (DMC)

5905

Resistors

DSCC

5910

Capacitors

DSCC

5915

Filters and Networks

DSCC

5920

Fuses and Lightning Arrestors

DSCC

5925

Circuit Breakers

DSCC

5930

Switches

DSCC

5935

Connectors, Electrical

DSCC

5940

Lugs, Terminals, and Terminals Strips

DSCR

5945

Relays, Contractors, and Solenoids

DSCC

5950

Coils and Transformers

DSCC

5955

Piezoelectric Crystals

DSCC

5960

Electron Tubes and Associated Hardware

DSCC

5961

Semiconductor Devices and Associated Hardware

DSCC

5962

Microelectronic Circuit Devices

DSCC

5965

Headsets, Handsets, Microphones, and Speakers

DSCC

5970

Electrical Insulators and Insulating Materials

DSCR

5975

Electrical Hardware and Supplies

DSCR

5977

Electrical Contact Brushes and Electrodes

DSCR

5985

Antennas, Waveguides, and Related Equipment

DSCC

5990

Synchros and Resolvers

DSCC

5995

Cable, Cord, and Wire Assemblies; Communication Equipment

DSCR

5999

Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic Components

DSCC

6105

Motors, Electrical

DSCR

6110

Electrical Control Equipment

DSCR

6115 P8

Generators and Generator Sets, Electrical

DSCR

6120

Transformers; Distribution and Power Station

DSCR

6145

Wire and Cable, Electrical

DSCC

6150

Miscellaneous Electric Power and Distribution Equipment

DSCR

6210

Indoor and Outdoor Electric Lighting Fixtures

DSCP

6220

Electric Vehicular Lights and Fixtures

DSCP

6230

Electric Portable and Hand Lighting Equipment

DSCP

6240

Electric Lamps

DSCP

6250

Ballasts, Lampholders and Starters

DSCP

6260

Nonelectrical Lighting Fixtures

DSCP

6350

Miscellaneous Alarm and Signal Systems

DSCP

65054

Drugs, Biologicals, and Official Reagents

DSCP

65084

Medicated Cosmetics and Toiletries

DSCP

65104

Surgical Dressing Materials

DSCP

65154

Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment and Supplies

DSCP

65204

Dental Instruments, Equipment and Supplies

DSCP

65254

X-Ray Equipment and Supplies; Medical, Dental and Veterinary

DSCP

65304

Hospital Furniture, Equipment, Utensils, and Supplies

DSCP

6532

Hospital and Surgical Clothing and Textile Special Purpose Items

DSCP

65404

Opticians' Instruments, Equipment and Supplies

DSCP

65454

Medical Sets, Kits, and Outfits

DSCP

6630

Chemical Analysis Instruments

DSCP

6635

Physical Properties Testing Equipment

DSCR

6640

Laboratory Equipment and Supplies

DSCP

6655

Geophysical and Astronomical Instruments

DSCR

6670

Scales and Balances

DSCR

6675

Drafting, Surveying, and Mapping Instruments

DSCP

6680

Liquid and Gas Flow, Liquid Level and Mechanical Motion Measuring Instruments

DSCR

6750

Photographic Supplies

DSCP

68107

Chemicals

DSCR

6820

Dyes

DSCR

6830

Gases; Compressed and Liquified

DSCR

6840

Pest Control Agents and Disinfectants

DSCR

68507

Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties

DSCR

7210

Household Furnishings

DSCP

7310

Food Cooking, Baking, and Serving Equipment

DSCP

7320

Kitchen Equipment and Appliances

DSCP

7360

Sets, Kits, and Outfits; Food Preparation and Serving

DSCP

7610

Books and Pamphlets

DSCP

7660

Sheet and Book Music

DSCP

7690

Miscellaneous Printed Matter

DSCP

8110

Drums and Cans

DSCP

8120

Commercial and Industrial Gas Cylinders

DSCR

8125

Bottles and Jars

DSCP

8305

Textile Fabrics

FSC 8305 does not include laminated cloth used exclusively in the repair of lighter than air envelopes.

DSCP

8310

Yarn and Thread

DSCP

8315

Notions and Apparel Findings

FSC 8315 does not include coated cloth tape used exclusively in the repair of lighter than air envelopes.

DSCP

8320

Padding and Stuffing Materials

DSCP

8325

Fur Materials

DSCP

8330

Leather

DSCP

8335

Shoe Findings and Soling Materials

DSCP

8340

Tents and Tarpaulins

DSCP

8345

Flags and Pennants

DSCP

8405

Outerwear, Men's

DSCP

8410

Outerwear, Women's

DSCP

8415

Clothing, Special Purpose

FSC 8415 includes all submarine clothing.

DSCP

8420

Underwear and Nightwear, Men's

DSCP

8425

Underwear and Nightwear, Women's

DSCP

8430

Footwear, Men's

DSCP

8435

Footwear, Women's

DSCP

8440

Hosiery, Handwear, and Clothing Accessories, Men's

DSCP

8445

Hosiery, Handwear, and Clothing Accessories, Women's

DSCP

8450

Children's and Infant's Apparel and Accessories

DSCP

8455

Badges and Insignia

DSCP

8460

Luggage

DSCP

8465

Individual Equipment

DSCP

8470

Armor, Personal

DSCP

8475

Specialized Flight Clothing and Accessories

DSCP

89055

Meat, Poultry, and Fish

DSCP

89105

Dairy Foods and Eggs

DSCP

89155

Fruits and Vegetables

DSCP

89205

Bakery and Cereal Products

DSCP

89255

Sugar, Confectionery, and Nuts

DSCP

89305

Jams, Jellies, and Preserves

DSCP

89355

Soups and Bouillons

DSCP

89405

Special Dietary Foods and Food Specialty Preparations

DSCP

89455

Food Oils and Fats

DSCP

89505

Condiments and Related Products

DSCP

89555

Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa

DSCP

89605

Beverages, Nonalcoholic

DSCP

89705

Composite Food Packages

DSCP

89755

Tobacco Products

DSCP

9110

Fuels, Solid

DSCP

9130

Liquid Propellants and Fuels, Petroleum Base

DESC

9140

Fuel Oils

DESC

9150

Oils and Greases; Cutting, Lubricating, and Hydraulic

DSCR

9160

Miscellaneous Waxes, Oils, and Fats

DSCP

9320

Rubber Fabricated Materials

DSCP

9330

Plastic Fabricated Materials

DSCP

9340

Glass Fabricated Materials

DSCP

9350

Refractories and Fire Surfacing Materials

DSCP

9390

Miscellaneous Fabricated Nonmetallic Materials

DSCP

9420 P

Fibers; Vegetable, Animal, and Synthetic

This partial FSC assignment applies only to raw cotton and raw wool.

DSCP

9430 P

Miscellaneous Crude Animal Products, Inedible

This partial assignment applies only to crude hides.

DSCP

9505

Wire, Nonelectrical, Iron and Steel

DSCP

9510

Bars and Rods, Iron and Steel

DSCP

9515

Plate, Sheet, and Strip, Iron and Steel

DSCP

9520

Structural Shapes, Iron and Steel

DSCP

9525

Wire, Nonelectrical, Nonferrous Base Metal

DSCP

9530

Bars and Rods, Nonferrous Base Metal

DSCP

9535

Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Foil, Nonferrous Base Metal

DSCP

9540

Structural Shapes, Nonferrous Base Metal

DSCP

9545

Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil and Wire, Precious Metal

DSCP

9620 P

Minerals, Natural and Synthetic

This partial assignment applies only to crude petroleum and crude shale oil.

DSCP

9925

Ecclesiastical Equipment, Furnishings and Supplies

DSCP

9930

Memorials, Cemeterial and Mortuary Equipment and Supplies

DSCP

9999

Miscellaneous Items

DSCP

FOOTNOTES:

1 These assignments do not apply to items decentralized by the DLA Center Commander, i.e., designated for purchase by each military department, and to those items in DLA assigned federal supply classes, which may be assigned to GSA for supply management. In addition, see DFARS Subpart 208.70, which describes conditions under which a military service may purchase (contract for) military service supply managed items in DLA assigned federal supply classes. See notes 2 and 3 for further exceptions pertaining to certain DLA assignments.

2 DLA assignments in FSC 2510, 2520, 2530, 2540, 2590, 2805, 2910, 2920, 2930, 2940, and 2990 do not apply to repair parts peculiar to combat and tactical vehicles, which are assigned for coordinated acquisition to the Department of the Army. In addition, the assignment in FSC 2805 does not apply to military standard engines 1.5 HP through 20 HP and parts peculiar therefor, which are assigned for coordinated acquisition to the Department of the Army.

3 This partial FSC assignment in FSC 4210 does not apply to Fire Fighting Equipment developed by or under the sponsorship of a military department. The contracting responsibility for such equipment is assigned to the department which developed or sponsored its development.

4 DLA has contracting responsibility for all the items in the classes of FS Group 65. In addition, DLA has contracting responsibility for all equipment and supplies related to the medical, dental, veterinary professions in Non-group 65 classes where the military medical services have the sole or prime interest in such items. The specific item coverage of these Non-group 65 items is published in the DoD section of the Federal Supply Catalog for medical material C3-1 through C3-12, inclusive.

5 This assignment includes health and comfort items listed in AR 700-23. It also includes resale items for commissary stores (including brand name items).

6 DLA centers are identified as follows—

DSCC — DLA Land and Maritime

DESC — DLA Energy

DSCR — DLA Aviation

DSCP — DLA Troop Support

DLA also serves as the head of the contracting activity for the Defense Media Center (DMC).

7 DLA Energy is responsible for contracting for only petroleum base items in FSC 6810 and

6850.

8 This partial FSC assignment in FSC 6115 does not apply to Mobile Electric Power Generating Sources (MEPGS). The contracting direction responsibility for MEPGS is assigned to the DoD Project Manager, Mobile Electric Power, by DoDD 4120.11. DoD components desiring to use other than the DoD Standard Family of Generator Sets, contained in MIL-STD 633, shall process a Request for Deviation in accordance with Joint Operating Procedures, AR 700-101, AFR 400-50, NAVMATINST 4120.100A, MCO 11310.8c and DLAR 4120.7, Subject: Management and Standardization of Mobile Electric Power Generating Sources, prior to initiating an acquisition.

9 This partial assignment applies only to secondary items not otherwise assigned, as listed in the applicable Federal Supply Catalog Management Data lists of each respective service.

10 This partial assignment applies to broadcasting, visual information, and graphics presentation communications equipment used by the American Forces Radio and Television Services, centralized visual information support activities, media centers, closed circuit educational and training programs, language training activities, combat camera units, and individual base visual information centers. This assignment does not apply to equipment with airborne applications. Examples of the types of equipment covered by this assignment include radio and television transmitters, video recording and playback equipment, video cameras, editing and switching equipment, electronic imaging equipment, language training equipment, monitors, audio equipment, and other nontactical, off-the-shelf, commercially available, nondevelopmental electronic equipment used to support broadcast and visual information missions.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART5 —DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

1105

Nuclear Bombs

1110

Nuclear Projectiles

1115

Nuclear Warheads and Warhead Sections

1120

Nuclear Depth Charges

1125

Nuclear Demolition Charges

1127

Nuclear Rockets

1130

Conversion Kits, Nuclear Ordnance

1135

Fuzing and Firing Devices, Nuclear Ordnance

1140

Nuclear Components

1145

Explosive and Pyrotechnic Components, Nuclear Ordnance

1190

Specialized Test and Handling Equipment, Nuclear Ordnance

1195

Miscellaneous Nuclear Ordnance

In addition to the above, assignments to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) include all items for which DTRA provides logistics management or has integrated management responsibilities in accordance with the DTRA Charter.


ASSIGNMENTS_PART6 —GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ASSIGNMENTS

Federal

Supply

Class Code

Commodity

2310 P

Passenger Motor Vehicles

2320 P

Trucks and Truck Tractors

These two partial assignments apply to all commercial, non-tactical, passenger carrying vehicles and trucks except the following types which are assigned for DoD Coordinated Acquisition to the Department of the Army—

Bus, convertible to ambulance

Truck, 4x4, convertible to ambulance

Truck, 4x4, dump, 9,000 pounds GVW, with cut-down cab

(See Army Coordinated Acquisition assignments in FSC 2310 and 2320.)

3540

Wrapping and Packaging Machinery

3550

Vending and Coin Operated Machines

3590

Miscellaneous Service and Trade Equipment

3750

Gardening Implements and Tools

5110

Hand Tools, Edged, Nonpowered

5120

Hand Tools, Nonedged, Nonpowered

5130

Hand Tools, Power Driven

5133

Drill Bits, Counterbores, and Countersinks; Hand and Machine

5136

Taps, Dies, and Collects; Hand and Machine

5140

Tool and Hardware Boxes

5180

Sets, Kits, and Outfits of Hand Tools

5210

Measuring Tools, Craftmen’s

5345

Disks and Stones, Abrasive

5350

Abrasive Materials

5610

Mineral Construction Materials, Bulk

5620

Building Glass, Tile, Brick, and Block

5630

Pipe and Conduit, Nonmetallic

5640

Wallboard, Building Paper, and Thermal Insulation Materials

5650

Roofing and Siding Materials

5670

Architectural and Related Metal Products

5680 P*

Miscellaneous Construction Materials

7105

Household Furniture

7110

Office Furniture

7125

Cabinets, Lockers, Bins, and Shelving

7195

Miscellaneous Furniture and Fixtures

7220

Floor Coverings

7230

Draperies, Awnings, and Shades

7240

Household and Commercial Utility Containers

7290

Miscellaneous Household and Commercial Furnishings and Appliances

7330

Kitchen Hand Tools and Utensils

7340

Cutlery and Flatware

7350

Tableware

7410

Punched Card System Machines

7420

Accounting and Calculating Machines

(“P” after FSC number indicates partial FSC assignment.)

7430

Typewriters and Office-type Composing Machines

This assignment does not apply to machines controlled by the Congressional Joint Committee on Printing.

7450

Office-type Sound Recording and Reproducing Machines

7460

Visible Record Equipment

7490

Miscellaneous Office Machines

This assignment does not apply to equipment controlled by the Congressional Joint Committee on Printing.

7510

Office Supplies

This assignment does not apply to office supplies, including special inks, when DoD requirements of such items are acquired through Government Printing Office channels.

7520

Office Devices and Accessories

This assignment does not apply to office devices and accessories when DoD requirements of such items are acquired through Government Printing Office channels.

7530

Stationery and Record Forms

This assignment does not apply to stationery and record forms when DoD requirements of such items are acquired through Government Printing Office channels including those items covered by term contracts issued by GPO for tabulating cards and marginally punched continuous forms.

7710

Musical Instruments

7720

Musical Instrument Parts and Accessories

7730

Phonographs, Radios, and Television Sets; Home Type

7740

Phonograph Records

7810

Athletic and Sporting Equipment

7820

Games, Toys, and Wheeled Goods

7830

Recreational and Gymnastic Equipment

7910

Floor Polishers and Vacuum Cleaning Equipment

7920

Brooms, Brushes, Mops, and Sponges

7930

Cleaning and Polishing Compounds and Preparations

8010

Paints, Dopes, Varnishes, and Related Products

8020

Paint and Artists Brushes

8030

Preservative and Sealing Compounds

8040

Adhesives

8105

Bags and Sacks

8115

Boxes, Cartons and Crates

8135

Packaging and Packing Bulk Materials

8510

Perfumes, Toilet Preparations and Powders

8520

Toilet Soap, Shaving Preparations and Dentifrices

8530

Personal Toiletry Articles

8540

Toiletry Paper Products

8710

Forage and Feed

8720

Fertilizers

8730

Seeds and Nursery Stock

9310

Paper and Paperboard

Signs, Advertising Displays, and Identification Plates

9910

Jewelry

9915

Collector's Items

9920

Smokers' Articles and Matches

FOOTNOTES:

These GSA assignments do not apply to items as described under FSC 7430, 7490, 7510, 7520, and 7530, and those items in the GSA assigned federal supply classes which have been retained for DLA supply management as listed in the applicable Federal Supply Catalog Management Data lists. In addition, see DFARS Subpart 208.70, which describes conditions under which a military service may contract for military service managed items in GSA assigned federal supply classes.

*This partial FSC assignment does not include landing mats which are assigned to the Defense Logistics Agency.


PGI 208.71 —ACQUISITION FOR NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA)


PGI 208.7102 Procedures.


PGI 208.7102-1 General.

(1) Departments and agencies shall not claim reimbursement for administrative costs incident to acquisitions for NASA, unless agreed otherwise prior to the time the services are performed.

(2) When contracting or performing field service functions for NASA, departments and agencies—

(i) Will use their own methods, except when otherwise required by the terms of the agreement; and

(ii) Normally will use their own funds and will not cite NASA funds on any defense obligation or payment document.


PGI 208.7102-2 Purchase request and acceptance.

(1) NASA will use NASA Form 523, NASA-Defense Purchase Request, to request acquisition of supplies or services.

(2) Except as provided in paragraph (4) of this subsection, departments and agencies will respond within 30 days to a NASA purchase request by forwarding DD Form 448-2, Acceptance of MIPR. Forward each DD Form 448-2 in quadruplicate and indicate action status as well as the name and address of the DoD acquisition activity for future use by the NASA initiator.

(3) To the extent feasible, all documents related to the NASA action will reference the NASA-Defense Purchase Request number and the item number when appropriate.

(4) Departments and agencies are not required to accept NASA-Defense Purchase Requests for common-use standard stock items that the supplying department has on hand or on order for prompt delivery at published prices.


PGI 208.7102-3 Changes in estimated total prices.

When a department or agency determines that the estimated total price (Block 6F, NASA Form 523) for NASA items is not sufficient to cover the required reimbursement, or is in excess of the amount required, the department/agency will forward a request for amendment to the NASA originating office. Indicate in the request a specific dollar amount, rather than a percentage, and include justification for any upward adjustment requested. Upon approval of a request, NASA will forward an amendment of its purchase request to the contracting activity.


PGI 208.7102-4 Payments.

Departments and agencies will submit SF 1080, Voucher for Transferring Funds, billings to the NASA office designated in Block 9 of the NASA-Defense Purchase Request, except where agreements provide that reimbursement is not required. Departments and agencies will support billings in the same manner as billings between departments and agencies.


PGI 208.73 —USE OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED PRECIOUS METALS


PGI 208.7301 Definitions.

As used in this subpart—

“Dual pricing evaluation procedure” means a procedure where offerors submit two prices for precious metals bearing items—one based on Government-furnished precious metals and one based on contractor-furnished precious metals. The contracting officer evaluates the prices to determine which is in the Government's best interest.

“Precious Metals Indicator Code (PMIC)” means a single-digit, alpha-numeric code assigned to national stock numbered items in the Defense Integrated Data System Total Item Record used to indicate the presence or absence of precious metals in the item. PMICs and the content value of corresponding items are listed in DoD 4100.39-M, Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) Procedures Manual, Volume 10, Chapter 4, Table 160.


PGI 208.7303 Procedures.

(1) Item managers and contracting officers will use the PMIC and/or other relevant data furnished with a purchase request to determine the applicability of this subpart.

(2) When an offeror advises of a precious metals requirement, the contracting officer shall use the procedures in Chapter 11 of DoD 4160.21-M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual, to determine availability of required precious metal assets and current Government-furnished materiel (GFM) unit prices. If the precious metals are available, the contracting officer shall evaluate offers and award the contract on the basis of the offer that is in the best interest of the Government.

(3) When the clause prescribed by DFARS 208.7305 Contract clause. is included in a solicitation, the contracting officer shall ensure that Section B, Schedule of Supplies or Services and Prices, is structured to—

(i) Permit insertion of alternate prices for each deliverable contract line item number that uses precious metals; and

(ii) Use dual pricing evaluation procedures.


PGI 208.7304 Refined precious metals.

The following refined precious metals are currently managed byDSCP:

Precious Metal

National Stock Number (NSN)

Gold

9660-00-042-7733

Silver

9660-00-106-9432

Platinum Granules

9660-00-042-7768

Platinum Sponge

9660-00-151-4050

Palladium Granules

9660-00-042-7765

Palladium Sponge

9660-01-039-0320

Rhodium

9660-01-010-2625

Iridium

9660-00-011-1937

Ruthenium

9660-01-039-0313


PGI 208.74 —ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE AGREEMENTS


PGI 208.7401 Definitions.

As used in this subpart—

“Golden Disk” means a purchased license or entitlement to distribute an unlimited or bulk number of copies of software throughout DoD.

“Software product manager” means the Government official who manages an enterprise software agreement.


PGI 208.7403 Acquisition procedures.

(1) After requirements are determined, the requiring official shall review the information at the ESI website to determine if the required commercial software or related services are available from DoD inventory (e.g., Golden Disks and DoD-wide software maintenance agreements). If the software or services are available, the requiring official shall fulfill the requirement from the DoD inventory.

(2) If the required commercial software or related services are not in the DoD inventory, and not on an ESA, the contracting officer or requiring official may fulfill the requirement by other means. Existing ESAs are listed on the ESI website.

(3) If the commercial software or related services are on an ESA, the contracting officer or requiring official shall review the terms and conditions and prices in accordance with otherwise applicable source selection requirements.

(4) If an ESA’s terms and conditions and prices represent the best value to the Government, the contracting officer or requiring official shall fulfill the requirement for software or services through the ESA.

(5) If existing ESAs do not represent the best value to the Government, the software product manager (SPM) shall be given an opportunity to provide the same or a better value to the Government under the ESAs before the contracting officer or requiring official may continue with alternate acquisition methods.

(i) The contracting officer or requiring official shall notify the SPM of specific concerns about existing ESA terms and conditions or prices through the ESI webpage.

(ii) The SPM shall consider adjusting, within the scope of the ESA, terms and conditions or prices to provide the best value to the customer.

(A) Within 3 working days, the SPM shall—

(1) Update the ESA;

(2) Provide an estimated date by which the update will be accomplished; or

(3) Inform the contracting officer or requiring official that no change will be made to the ESA.

(B) If the SPM informs the contracting officer or requiring official that no change will be made to the ESA terms and conditions or prices, the contracting officer or requiring official may fulfill the requirement by other means.

(C) If the SPM does not respond within 3 working days or does not plan to adjust the ESA within 90 days, the contracting officer or requiring official may fulfill the requirement by other means.

(iii) A management official designated by the department or agency may waive the requirement to obtain commercial software or related services through an ESA after the steps in paragraphs (5)(i) and (5)(ii)(A) of this section are complete. The rationale for use of an alternate source shall be included in the waiver request and shall be provided to the SPM.