A.  This is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) task order contract, with cost-plus-fixed-fee provisions. Requirements will be placed under this contract through the issuance of task orders on a completion form basis

B.  Individual cost-plus-fixed-fee task orders will be issued on a completion type basis pursuant to FAR 16.306 (d) (1) whenever possible. If a completion type task order is not appropriate, a term type task order may be issued, pursuant to FAR 16.306(d) (2).

C.  The services and material to be ordered hereunder shall be reimbursed in accordance with the provisions of the clauses herein entitled, Allowable Cost and Payment (FAR 52.2 16-7) and Fixed Fee (FAR 52.2 16-8), the terms of which are construed to apply, on an individual basis, to each task order issued. For the purpose of establishing the fixed fee for each task order issued under this contract, refer to the clause in Section G.5 entitled, Payment of Fee - IDIQ.


B.2.A Maximum Contract Value

The value of all task orders placed under this contract shall not exceed ($9,815,140.00).

B.2.B. Minimum Guarantee

The minimum guarantee is at least $2,500.00 worth of task orders to be issued under this contract. The minimum guarantee amount will be satisfied by the issuance of the first task order under this contract done concurrently with the contract award.


The Contractor, acting as an independent contractor and not as an agent of the Government, shall furnish all personnel, facilities, support, and management necessary to provide the services required under this contract and its subsidiary task orders. The scope of this effort is defined in the Statement of Work (SOW'). Specific requirements will be stated in individual task orders.









Task 1 Denver 2005 Data Analysis & Report






Task 2 System Expansion
to 32 Beams






Task 3 System Software Upgrade






Task 4 Technical Risk Mitigation






Task 5 Billboard Configuration






Task 6 RIV Noise






Task 7 WVNS ConOps








Task 8 Field Test






Task 9 Program Management






TOTAL (0001-0009)









C.1 Background

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have jointly prepared a Wake Turbulence Research Management Plan (WTRMP), which has been discussed extensively with non-governmental stakeholder organizations (commercial air carriers, aircraft manufacturers, pilot unions and controller unions). This plan is comprised of FAA-led near-term wake-vortex-mitigation procedural changes (primarily for closely spaced parallel runways), joint FAA/NASA mid-term procedural changes that incorporate new weather collection/prediction technologies, and long-range active wake prediction solutions led by NASA. The objective of this research is to reduce the current wake turbulence (WT) separation requirements without compromising safety. NASA seeks to accomplish this by developing a system to inform controllers when new, reduced separation standards could not be used safely and current, larger separation distances would be employed. This system would provide for weather and wake vortex monitoring, analysis, and prediction. It would include a controller display indicating safe separation intervals for the operative weather conditions. The ultimate success of the NASA elements of the WTRMP will only occur upon FAA acceptance of these new systems/procedures into the National Airspace System (NAS) based on a finding that they are safe and effective.

The purpose of this Statement of Work (SOW) is to record the agreements between NASA's Langley Research Center (LaRC) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center). The tasks to be accomplished by the Volpe Center will support NASA LaRC's development of a system concept and operational capability for a wake vortex advisory system (WVAS) at airports to improve airport safety and capacity. Specifically, this work seeks to develop a wake sensor based on wake acoustic emissions that employs an array of laser beams termed the SOCRATES1 concept.

C.2 Scope

Under this Agreement, the Contractor shall support the Government in following areas:

     Ÿ      Expand and enhance the previously developed SOCRATES sensor by increasing the number of beams and the sensitivity of individual beams;

     Ÿ      Prepare for a test to determine its capability as an airport operational wake turbulence sensor;

     Ÿ      Expand and build on prior work on Theory and Modeling of the formation and behavior of wake turbulence acoustic emanations;

     Ÿ      Continue the development of a Concept of Operations for a wake vortex advisory system;

     Ÿ      Conduct activities needed for an anticipated test of the prototype SOCRATES system at Denver International Airport during the summer of 2005 and 2006.

The services include some, but not all efforts required for development of a wake turbulence advisory system, associated field logistics, test plan development, conduct of field testing, reporting on the effectiveness of the wake turbulence advisory system and integration within the airport environment.

C.3 Objective

The objective of this work is the development and testing of a prototype laser-acoustic wake vortex detection and tracking system with potential applicability within an operational airport environment. Airport capacity is dependent upon numerous factors, including weather, airport configuration, aircraft types and the wake vortex spacing requirements. With the modernization of the NAS, which includes improved weather sensors and the exchange of aircraft data, new sensors and data will assist with the improvement of airport capacity. However, wake vortices and the present conservative spacing requirements can limit the improvements in NAS capacity. An important potential NAS improvement is an adaptive aircraft separation system for takeoffs and landings that requires the ability to localize and track wakes in both lateral and vertical position, so that the determination can be made whether a wake is or will be in a specific airspace volume of significance to other aircraft. Development of a laser-acoustic wake vortex sensor has the potential to provide NAS users with the benefits of new procedures to

1SOCRATES: Sensor for Optically Characterizing Remote Turbulence Emanating Sound



improve airport capacity without compromising safety.

C.4 Tasks

Task 1: Denver 2005 Data Analysis and Report

The Contractor shall perform a detailed analysis of the data recorded during the September 2005 field test of the 16-beam SOCRATES™ sensor at Denver International Airport, including additional off-line analyses suggested by the "quick-look" test results and data from environmental, acoustic, or other wake-tracking sensors operated by the Government or other contractors. The Contractor shall document the analysis results in a Test Report that includes, where possible, comparisons to data recorded from other sensors, as well as recommendations for relating SOCRATES™ sensor data to vortex behavior predictions from NASA's Aircraft Vortex Spacing System (AVOSS) algorithms.

Task 2: System Expansion to 32 Beams

The Contractor shall complete the expansion of the current 16-beam SOCRATES™ prototype sensor to a 32-beam system. The Contractor shall further enhance the SOCRATES™ sensor capabilities to detect and, to the extent possible, classify and localize wake vortices both in and out of ground effect and, in particular, in the landing approach corridor. The Contractor shall provide documentation on all enhancements to the SOCRATES™ sensor. As part of the development effort, the Contractor shall prepare and present a Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design Review (CDR) for Government review and approval.

Task 3: System Software Upgrade

The Contractor shall design and implement capability improvements to the SOCRATES™ System Software as required for the expansion of the sensor and for improvements in detection, classification and tracking of wake vortices. Improvements shall include the use of focused array beam forming to estimate the position of wakes in the approach volume of landing aircraft, as well as increases in processing speed and reliability. As part of the software upgrade the Contractor shall prepare and present a Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design Review (CDR) for Government review and approval.

Task 4: Technical Risk Mitigation

The Contractor shall develop a candidate set of technical risk mitigation steps that address both the system hardware and software elements. The Contractor shall consider, but not be limited to the following candidates: improved laser and optical system performance, careful analysis and factory testing of the support structure that will be used in the billboard array field test, and reduced receiver noise based on reduced-temperature electronics. The Contractor shall present the candidate set to the Government for approval, and upon approval shall implement those found to have the greatest benefit.

Task 5: Billboard Configuration

The Contractor shall design the components for a 32-beam laser-acoustic wake detection/tracking system based on the SOCRATES™ concept. The system shall be capable of operation with the plane of the laser array oriented at or near vertical relative to the ground, and capable of deployment off the runway centerline. The 32 beams shall be capable of operation in a single, "focused" configuration, or with the beams "split" into two groups of 16, to provide estimates of both range and angular position of the wake vortices. The system shall be designed to have the ability to distinguish between relatively loud sound generated by approaching aircraft and the relatively weak acoustic signal emanating from the wake.

Task 6: RIV Noise Reduction

The Contractor will pursue technical approaches to the suppression and mitigation of noise from both internal and external sources, with particular emphasis on Refractive-Index Variability (RIV) noise - the effect of various-sized volumes of air with varying temperature and humidity moving through the laser beams. This will include refinement of methodologies for mounting laser projectors and reflecting mirrors and shielding the fiber optic transmissions and internal system electronics from noise and vibration sources. The Contractor will conduct experiments to quantify the gains available from this technology.




Task 7: WVAS ConOps

The Contractor shall continue refinement and expansion of the Government's Phase 3 Concept of Operations (ConOps) addressing WakeVAS airport operations including a sensor based on the SOCRATES™ concept. The ConOps shall relate requirements for weather and vortex behavior monitoring to take best advantage of information provided by the SOCRATES™ sensor, and shall describe additional sensors, communications and display subsystems that may be needed in an implementation of a WakeVAS. The Contractor will work closely with Government and industry partners to design a WakeVAS emulation during the field test to be executed under future Government sponsorship. The Contractor shall also support the Government in briefing airports and other stakeholders on WakeVAS.

Task 8: Field Test Preparation

The Contractor shall prepare the system for deployment/testing at a site to be determined by the Government. Contractor activities shall include: review of system design to determine fragile elements. Design/selection of packing containers, arrangement for transportation, and interaction with Government personnel performing Task V3.

Task 9: Project Management

The Contractor shall provide monthly management status reports describing the previous month's accomplishments and next month's activities. The Monthly Report shall also include a financial summary, which shall include last month's expenditures and next month's anticipated expenditures. The financial summary shall also include a spend plan indicating projected spending as a function of task and month. The Contractor's financial progress will be monitored against the spend plan. If the Contractor exceeds the spend plan, the Contractor shall proffer solutions to reduce the cost to the cost submitted to the Government at the time of proposal.

The Contractor shall meet with the Government, at least every third month, to discuss status and progress of technical activities and to engage in an interactive discussion of related technical activities with other participating organizations.







In the course of discussing the various aspects of wake behavior both in ground effect and out of ground effect, a number of terms have been used that have not been defined sufficiently to avoid confusion since there does not seem to be universally accepted definitions of these terms. Also, since some of these terms are also used not only in discussions and conversation relative to wake behavior but also in contract statements of work, it is essential that a consistent set of definitions be used. In this volume, the terms Detection, Classification, Localization, Tracking, and Characterization, as they apply to wake turbulence, will be defined.

The definitions of the terms that apply to this SOW are as follows:

1.     Detection: The sensing of an atmospheric phenomenon during a given dynamic sensor search sequence that was not there during the previous search sequence and persists for some number of subsequent sensor sequences. For non-search sensors, static sensors, it may also be defined as the appearance of information that is sustained signifying the existence of an atmospheric phenomenon. (D0, D5)

2.     Classification: The unique identification of wake turbulence from the variety of possible atmospheric phenomena. (Cw)

3.     Localization: Identification of the position in space of the wake turbulence. This must further be clarified as to whether it is a two or three-dimensional localization. (L2, L3)

4.     Tracking: The localization of the wake turbulence as a function of time as determined by the sensor search sequence rate. Tracking may also be interpreted as locking onto and following the wake in its motion path. The former may be called passive tracking since it is really continuous localization. The latter may be called active tracking and may require additional sensor system capabilities including active position extrapolation through prediction. (Tp, TA)

5.     Characterization: Defining the state of the wake. Some of the properties of the state of the wake are circulation and, perhaps, axial orientation. Additional properties, and this is not intended to be an all inclusive listing of properties of interest, such as wake stability, turbulence, acoustics, and the velocity profile may also, under some circumstances, be defined as part of characterization. (Cc, C0, C~, CT, CA, Cv)








D.1 MARKING (MAY 1999)

All items submitted to the Government shall be clearly marked as follows:



C.     TASK ORDER NUMBER; (If Applicable)



F.     If applicable, packages containing software or other magnetic media shall be marked on external containers with a notice reading substantially as follows: "CAUTION: SOFTWARE/MAGNETIC MEDIA ENCLOSED. DO NOT EXPOSE TO HEAT OR MAGNETIC FIELDS".



The Contractor shall ensure that all items are preserved, packaged, packed, and marked in accordance with best commercial practices to meet the packing requirements of the carrier and ensure safe delivery at destination






E.1 FAR 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference. (FEB 1998)

This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address (es):




52246.3          Inspection of Supplies - Cost Reimbursement          MAY 2001

52.246-5         Inspection of Services - Cost Reimbursement          APR 1984



A.  Technical inspection and acceptance of all work, performance, reports, and other deliverables under this contract shall be performed at the location specified in an individual task order. The task order shall also designate the individual responsible for inspection and acceptance, as well as the basis for acceptance. Task order deliverable items Rejected shall be corrected in accordance with the applicable clauses.

B.  Unless otherwise stated in the individual task order, the Government requires a period not to exceed thirty (30) days after receipt of the final deliverable item(s) for inspection and acceptance or rejection. Final acceptance rests with the Contracting Officer or designee.





F.l FAR 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference. (FEB 1998)

This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):




52.242-15          Stop-Work Order.                                                                    AUG 1989

52.242-15          Stop-Work Order - Alternate 1                                                 APR 1984



The period of performance of the contract shall be five (5) years from the date the Contracting Officer signs the contract award (effective date of the contract)


All data first produced in the performance of this contract, including software, shall be delivered with unlimited Government rights, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Contracting Officer when granting permission to establish claim to copyright as required by FAR 52.227-14(c).


Task orders that identify technical reports as a deliverable will culminate in one of two types: letter type or technical. The letter type will be used primarily for smaller tasks such as data validation, field support, task planning documents, literature searches, analysis plans, conference-planning documents, and schedules. A formal technical report may be required for major tasks and may include earlier letter type reports as subsections. The task order will specify the type of reports as well as the formatting and the number of copies required. The reports submitted shall be subject to review and approval by the Volpe Center Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) or Task Order COTR and, if necessary, will be modified and resubmitted. The Contractor shall submit a final report incorporating the COTR's comments on the draft final report. The number and delivery schedule will be specified in each task order. Most final reports shall be submitted on disks and in hard copy in a format specified in the task order.


Delivery of supplies, services, written documents, etc (including required formats and delivery locations) will be in accordance with the task order requirements. All correspondence and reports related to each task order shall be delivered to the cognizant Contracting Officer and/or designated Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) as specified in the task order.


Performance in or use of Government facilities by the Contractor is not authorized under this contract without the prior approval of the Contracting Officer. This approval will be in the form of a modification to the contract or task.


The Contractor shall meet with the Volpe Center Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) at regular intervals to discuss the status of the work and make oral presentations. In addition, the Contractor shall meet with the COTR and other personnel engaged in the program at a location to be established by the COTR to discuss critical areas revealed by the contractor's work




The Contractor shall fully document all computer programs under its purview and, in so doing, comply with documentation standards such as the traditional MIL-STD-498 or the more current standard, IEEE/EIA 12207. Unless otherwise specifically agreed to by the Contracting Officer in writing, the Contractor shall deliver the computer program source and object code accompanied by the appropriate support documentation. See System Documentation in Section C.4.C.3.g. above for the required document types.


Monthly cost reports will be submitted by the Contractor, except for fixed price tasks, setting forth monthly and cumulative (1) direct labor hours by categories as set forth in the task including subcontract hours, and (2) elements of cost by direct loaded labor dollars, subcontracts, and other direct costs, etc., which have been incurred and/or committed. Proprietary rate information should not be disclosed. The costs that have been committed but are unpaid to date will be noted. Where cumulative amounts on the monthly reports differ from the aggregate amounts contained in the request(s) for contract financing payments covering the same period, the Contractor must provide a reconciliation of the difference as part of the monthly report. In these reports, the Contractor shall also make its current assessment of completing the remaining work within the remaining funds. A graph shall be prepared by the Contractor using the vertical axis for dollars and the horizontal axis for time that shows actual and projected rates of expenditures fur the Task Order. THE SUBMISSION OF THESE REPORTS DOES NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF ITS RESPONSIBILITY UNDER THE LIMITATION OF COSTS OR FUNDS CLAUSES, APPLICABLE TO EACH TASK ORDER AND IDENTIFIED IN SECTION I OF THIS CONTRACT. The Volpe Center may require that the report be submitted in a designated format.


A monthly progress report shall be submitted for all ongoing task orders. The Volpe Center may require that the report be submitted in a designated format. At a minimum, the report will cover the following items:

A.     The work performed during the previous month.

B.     Significant findings, problems, delays, events, trends, etc. during the reporting period which result from or affect the performance of the task order.

C.     Detailed technical description of the work planned for the next reporting period.

D.     Specific action requested of the Government to assist in the resolution of a problem or to effect the timely progression of the task order.

E.     An up-to-date schedule of the work performed and work to be performed under the task order. A chart shall be presented reflecting planned project accomplishments versus actual accomplishments in terms of time.


With respect to equipment or supplies acquired under this contract, title of which will pass to the Government, the Contractor shall ensure that any warranties, together with rights to replacement, service, or technical assistance, shall run to or automatically be assigned to the Government.


Nothing set forth herein regarding number of copies shall be construed as authority to disregard the provisions of the clause of this contract entitled "Printing".


A. Contract Progress Report:

1 copy CO or Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO)

1 copy COTR



B. Monthly Task Order Progress Reports:

1 copy CO/ACO

1 copy COTR

1 copy task order COTR (as applicable)

C. Monthly Task Order Cost Reports:

1 copy CO/ACO

1 copy COTR

1 copy task order COTR (as applicable)

D. Technical Reports

The number of copies and recipients will be determined in each task order. The Contractor shall provide a copy of the cover letter transmitting final submission of technical deliverables to the designated ACO.


A.     A contractor, which has been awarded one or more task orders, shall provide monthly overall progress reports. The progress reports shall be provided to the CO or his designee not later than the 15th of each month. The reports shall be submitted in a designated format. The Government may require submission of reports electronically in a format to be specified.

B.     The monthly progress reports shall address all activity under the contract through the last day of the previous month.

C.     The monthly progress report shall contain the following information:

          (1)     A listing of all new task orders accepted for the preceding month, including, for each:

                    a.     Task order number and date of issuance;

                    b.     Brief description of work covered by task order, including estimated hardware/software amounts (if applicable);

                    c.     Amount obligated under task order;

                    d.     Total potential task order amount (including options);

                    e.     Key milestones (including date of first and last deliverable);

                    f.     Subcontractor information, if applicable (including name(s), classification of subcontractor (i.e., small, disadvantaged, large, etc.), type of effort being performed, estimated amount/percentage of work to be done by subcontractor(s));

                    g.     Type of task order (i.e., firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-award-fee); and

                    h.     Key personnel assigned to task order, including prime Contractor contact point and phone number for task order.

          (2)     A listing of all ongoing task orders (excluding those from paragraph (1) above) including:

                    a.     Task order number and date of issuance;

                    b.     Any modifications to the task order;

                    c.     Summary of dollars expended to date per task order;

                    d.     Estimated percentage of work yet to be completed on the task order;

                    e.     Progress in meeting subcontracting goals and performance measures under the task order (if applicable); and

                    f.     Any updates/revisions to the information provided under paragraph (c) (1) of this clause.



          (3)           A listing of all completed task orders, including:

                    a.           Task order number and date of issuance;

                    b.           Number and value of modifications issued for the task order;

                    c.           Completion date of task order and whether or not inspection and acceptance has been performed by Government;

                    d.           Total dollar amount of task order, including modifications;

                    e.           Success/failure in meeting subcontracting goals and performance measures under the task order (if applicable);

                    f.           Any updates/revisions to the information provided under paragraph (C) (I) or (C) (2) of this clause; and

                    g.           Status of performance evaluation comments.

           (4)           Significant findings, problems, delays, events, trends, etc. during the reporting period which result from or affect the performance of any task order and any perceived problems which affect the base contract.

D.           The data required in paragraphs (A) through (C) above, along with other relevant information required, shall be subject to inclusion in a past performance database developed and maintained by the Government.





Task 1

Denver 2005 Data Analysis and Report


          Ÿ           90 days, following the receipt of finding.


          Ÿ           Draft Report, 30 days following completion of DIA Socrates Test.

          Ÿ           Final Report, 60 days following completion of DIA Socrates Test.

Task 2

System Expansion to 32 Beams


          Ÿ           12 months, beginning upon receipt of funding.


          Ÿ           Preliminary Design Review (PDR), 3 months after receipt of funding.

          Ÿ           Critical Design Review (CDR), 6 months after receipt of funding.



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Task 3

System Software Upgrade


          Ÿ           12 months, beginning upon receipt of funding


          Ÿ           Preliminary design Review (PDR), 3 months after receive of funding.
          Ÿ           Critical Design Review (CDR), 6 months after receipt of funding.

Task 4

Technical Risk Mitigation


          Ÿ           12 months, beginning upon receipt of funding


          Ÿ           Presentation of candidate set of risk reduction steps, 6 months after receipt of funding.
          Ÿ           Presentation of results of implementing risk reduction steps, 12 months after receipt of funding.

Task 5

Billboard Configuration


          Ÿ           12 months, beginning with approval of the PDR for both Tasks C1 and C2.


          Ÿ           System Status Review, 6 months after approval to proceed.
          Ÿ           Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) at the contractor's facility, 12 months after approval to proceed.

Task 6

RIV Noise Reduction


          Ÿ           10 months, beginning with receipt of funding.


          Ÿ           Presentation of noise reduction techniques and initial assessment of their effectiveness, 5 months after receipt of funding.
          Ÿ           Presentation of measured/calculated effectiveness of noise reduction techniques, 10 months after receipt of funding.

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Task 7

WVAS Con Ops


          Ÿ           8 months, beginning upon receipt of funding


          Ÿ           WVAS ConOps Description document, 8 months after receipt of funding

Task 8

Field Test Preparation


          Ÿ           3 months, beginning with notification to proceed


          Ÿ           System Deployment Planning Meeting, upon notification to proceed with task.

          Ÿ           Deployment Readiness Meeting, 3 months after notification to proceed with task.

Task 9

Project Management


          Ÿ           14 months, beginning upon receipt of funding


          Ÿ           Management Status Reports, monthly beginning upon receipt of funding

          Ÿ           Program Status Briefings, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months after receipt of funding.

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A.  The CO may designate Government personnel to act at the CO's Technical Representative (COTR) to perform functions under the contract such as review and/or inspection and acceptance of supplies and services, including construction and other functions of a technical nature. The CO will provide a written notice of such designation to the contractor within five working days after award or for construction, not less than five working days prior to giving the contractor the notice to proceed. The designation letter will set forth the authorities and limitations of the COTR under the contract.

B.  The CO cannot authorize the COTR or any other representative to sign documents (i.e., contracts, contract modifications, etc) that require the signature of the CO.


Contracting Officer: The Contracting Officer (CO) has the overall responsibility for this contract. The CO alone, without delegation, is authorized to take actions on behalf of the Government to amend, modify, or deviate from the contract terms, conditions, requirements, specifications, details and/or delivery schedules. However, the CO may delegate certain other responsibilities to his/her authorized representatives.

Administrative Contracting Officer: An Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) may be designated by the Contracting Officer. The duties of an ACO include but are not limited to: analyzing and making recommendations on the Contractor's proposals, offers, or quotations upon request of the Contracting Officer and approving Contractor's invoices in accordance with the terms of the contract.

Contracting Officer's Technical Representative: A Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) will be designated by the Contracting Officer. The responsibilities of the COTR include but are not limited to: inspecting and monitoring the Contractor's work; determining the adequacy of performance by the Contractor in accordance with the terms and conditions of this contract; acting as the Government's representative in charge of work at the site to ensure compliance with contract requirements in so far as the work is concerned; and advising the Contracting Officer of any factors which may cause delay in performance of the work. The COTR does not have the authority to make new assignments of work or to issue directions that cause an increase or decrease in the price of this contract or otherwise affect any other contract terms.

Task Order Contracting Officer's Technical Representative: The Contracting Officer may designate a Task Order Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (TOCOTR). The TOCOTR will perform the duties of the COTR in connection with the technical oversight of an individual task order.

The Contracting Officer, Administrative Contracting Officer, and Technical Representatives are located at:



CAMBRIDGE, MA 02 142-1093


A.  One original and five copies of an invoice or contract financing requests shall be submitted, covering the amount claimed to be due, services rendered, and cost incurred hereunder. Under ID/IQ contracts, separate invoices or contract financing requests must be submitted for each task. However, all interim payment requests for tasks under the contract must be submitted concurrently. The contractor shall submit a last interim invoice for each task order. This shall include a complete list of invoices previously tendered under the task order. The last interim invoice shall consist of the completion invoice (clearly identified in accordance with FAR 52.216-7) prior to the establishment of final annual indirect rates. The last interim invoice shall be submitted within six (6) months of the task order's physical completion. If changes to this invoice become necessary as a result of Government review, the contractor shall submit a corrected last interim invoice. The contractor shall submit this invoice, along with the contractor's release form, DOT F 4220.4, to the CO,

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following the final adjustment of its annual indirect rates per FAR 52.216-7.

B. In addition to the information required by FAR 52.216-7 and FAR 52.232-25 incorporated by reference in Section I, an invoice or contract financing payment request must meet the following requirements:

Consecutively number each interim payment request beginning with No. 1 for each task.

The voucher shall include current and cumulative charges by major cost elements such as direct labor, overhead, subcontracts, and other direct costs. Cite direct labor hours incurred by the prime contractor and each subcontractor. Other direct costs must be identified, e.g., travel, per diem, material, and equipment.

Requests for contract financing or invoices must clearly indicate the period of performance for which payment is requested and the Volpe Center accounting information necessary to process payments. When contracts or task orders contain multiple lines of accounting data, charges that cannot be assigned to a single line of accounting information should be allocated based on the percentage of total dollars unless otherwise specified.

When the contractor submits vouchers on a monthly basis, the period covered by invoices or requests for contract financing payments must be the same as the period for monthly progress reports reported under the contract or tasks. If, in accordance with FAR 52.216-7, the contractor submits requests for invoices or contract financing payments more frequently than monthly, one payment request per month must have the same ending date as the monthly progress report.

Pending settlement of the final indirect rates for any period, the contractor shall be reimbursed at billing rates approved by the Cognizant Federal Agency (CFA). The contractor shall ensure that any change in the identity of the CFA responsible for establishment of its indirect rate factors is made known to the Volpe Center CO. These rates are subject to appropriate adjustments when revised by mutual agreement or when the final indirect rates are settled either by mutual agreement or unilateral determination by the CFA (see FAR 42.704). In accordance with FAR 52.2 16-7, the contractor shall submit to the CFA a proposal for final indirect rates based on the contractor's actual costs for the period, together with all supporting data. In addition, contractors are required by the CFA to submit billing rate proposals, usually no later than thirty (30) days after the close of its fiscal year for the ensuing fiscal year to the CFA. Copies of the cover letter submitting the proposal must be provided to the Volpe Center CO. The contractor's failure to provide the rate proposal in a timely manner may impact payment of financing requests and could ultimately result in suspension of the indirect expense portion. The contractor shall provide copies of all rates established by the CFA to the Volpe Center CO. It is imperative that the CO be provided signed copies of all rate agreements since these rate agreements must be in the possession of the Volpe Center before any rates contained therein can be used by the contractor for cost reimbursement. The contractor should note that absence of final rates determination does not relieve the contractor of its responsibility under the Limitation of Funds or Limitation of Costs clauses to report in a timely manner to the CO when it has reason to believe its costs may exceed the total estimated cost or funds allotted to the task order.


A. Requests for provisional fee payment must be based on and be consistent with the information stated in the contract or task financing request. However, the request must be submitted separately.

B. For term-type task orders, a portion of any fixed fee specified in the task order will be paid on a provisional basis. The amount of such payments will be based on the ratio of direct professional labor hours expended during the covered period to the direct professional labor hours specified in the task order. Direct professional labor hours include only the labor categories specified for the task order such as engineers, scientists, technicians, statisticians, and programmers and not administrative or support personnel such as company management, typists, and key punch operators, even though such administrative personnel are normally treated as direct labor by the Contractor. At the time of issuance, a term-type task order will state the requirements for earning full fixed fee by including one of the following clauses:

(1) The total fee for each term-type task shall be payable upon acceptance of the work by the Government and upon receipt of a written certification from the Contractor that the level of effort specified in the task order has been expended.

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(2) The total fee for each term-type task shall be payable upon acceptance of the work by the Government and upon receipt of a written certification from the Contractor that at least 90% of the level of effort specified in the task order has been expended. If the Contractor provides less than 90% of the level of effort specified in the task order, the fixed fee will he adjusted downward based on each hour not provided of the full level of effort specified. If the Contractor has provided 100% of the level of effort specified in the task order and the cost incurred is below the estimated cost, the Government may require the Contractor to provide additional effort up to 110% of the level of effort specified in the task order until the estimated cost has been reached. However, this additional effort shall not result in any increase in the fixed fee.

C. If a performance is considered satisfactory; the Government may make provisional fee payments subject to FAR 52.216-8 on the basis of percentage of work completed, as determined by the Contracting Officer for completion-type tasks. The Contractor shall be required to complete the specified end product (e.g., a final report or working system) within the estimated cost as a condition for payment of the entire fixed fee. In the event the work cannot be completed within the estimated cost, the Government may require more effort without any increase in fee, provided the Government increases the estimated cost. If the Government chooses not to increase the estimated cost, the fixed fee payable will based on the Contracting Officer's determination of the percentage of completion of the specified end product(s).

D. Provisional payment of fee will be subject to other relevant clauses of the contract including retainage.


A. Performance evaluations shall be done for each completed task order over $100,000 and for selected tasks for lower amounts as determined by the Contracting Officer. Performance evaluations shall also be completed at least annually for task orders that have a performance period in excess of one year. (The performance evaluation form shown in Attachment J. 1, or equivalent form, shall be used.)

B. The Contracting Officer or designee shall submit the completed evaluation to the Contractor for comment. The Contractor shall have 30 days in which to respond. The Government will consider any comments provided by the Contractor before finalizing the Performance Report and the Contractor's comments will be attached to the Report.



The Government may at its sole discretion utilize a contractor to review vouchers and supporting data submitted for payment under the provisions of this contract. The contractor reviewing vouchers and supporting data will perform this function in accordance with contract provisions which prohibit disclosure of proprietary financial data or use of such data for any purpose other than to perform accounts payable services.



Pursuant to FAR 52.232-22, Limitation of Funds (APR 1984), incorporated by reference herein, task orders issued under this contract may be incrementally funded.

A. When a term form task order is incrementally funded, the following clause will be set forth in full in the task order:


(1) The amount available for payment for this incrementally funded task order is hereby increased from $________ by $________ to $_____. The amount allotted to the estimated cost is increased from $______ by $_______ to $____. The amount obligated for the fixed fee/award fee is increased from $_______ to $_____. This modification involves no change in the total level-of-effort, estimated costs or fixed fee/award fee of this contract, unless otherwise specified herein. The Limitation of Funds clause, FAR 52.232-22, applies to the amount allotted to cover the estimated costs only.

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(2) The estimated level of effort applicable to the incremental funding provided herein is________ professional labor-hours.

(3) The incremental funding provided herein is estimated to be adequate for services performed through _________

B. When a completion-type task order is incrementally funded, the following clause will be set forth in full in the task order.


(1) The amount available for payment for this incrementally funded task order is hereby increased from $________ by $_________ to $_____. The amount allotted to the estimated cost is increased from $_______ by $________ to $____. The amount obligated for the fixed fee/award fee is increased from $________ to $_____. This modification involves no change in the total level-of-effort, estimated costs or fixed fee/award fee of this contract, unless otherwise specified herein. The Limitation of Funds clause, FAR 52.232-22, applies to the amount allotted to cover the estimated costs only.

(2) The incremental funding provided herein is applicable to the tasks and deliverables specified in



A.  The Government will order any supplies and services to be furnished under this contract by issuing by mail, facsimile, or electronically task orders on Optional Form 347 or an agency prescribed form. In addition to the Contracting Officer, the following individuals are authorized ordering officers: Designated Administrative Contracting Officers

B.  A Standard Form 30 will be used to modify task orders.

C.  An authorized company officer of the Contractor shall acknowledge receipt of each task order within three (3) calendar days.

D.  Each task order issued may incorporate the Contractor's technical and/or cost proposals and will include an estimated cost and fixed fee or award fee or a total fixed price in the case of a fixed price task order set forth as a ceiling price. If the task order is incrementally funded, the amount available for payment and allotted to the task will also be specified. The Limitation of Funds and/or the Limitation of Cost clauses will control notification requirements when the Contractor has reason to believe it will experience an overrun of the estimated cost or allocated funds specified in a cost reimbursable type task order.

E.  Under no circumstances will the Contractor start work prior to the issue date of the task order unless specifically authorized to do so by the ordering officer. Any work commenced prior to the date of authorization or task issuance will be considered unauthorized and will not be subsequently ratified.


(a) The fixed fee specified in Section B of this contract represents the maximum fee that shall be paid under this contract. This fee shall be paid, subject to any adjustment required by other provisions of this contract, in installments at the time of each provisional payment for reimbursement of allowable cost. This clause addresses payment of fixed fee for both term and completion form delivery orders.

(b) A fixed fee shall be established for each delivery order issued under this contract. The fixed fee established shall be in direct ratio to the total contract fixed fee as the level of effort (direct man-hours) established in the delivery order is to the total contract level of effort (direct man-hours). The amount of each installment payment of fixed fee shall be in direct ratio of the total contract fixed fee as the net direct labor hours expended during the period is to the total contract level of effort (direct man-hours).



(c) Completion Orders. The Contractor is entitled to the full amount of fixed fee upon the acceptable completion of the delivery order.

(d) Term Orders. No fee shall be paid under term form orders for hours not performed.

(e) Withholding. As provided in the clause entitled, Fixed Fee (FAR 52.2 16-8), the Contracting Officer hereby withholds 15% of all fixed fee payable under the contract up to the stated maximum of $100,000. Invoices submitted under the contract shall indicate fixed fee withheld.

(f) The terms of this clause and of FAR 52.216-8 apply to the total fixed fee specified in Section B of the contract rather than to the individual orders placed hereunder.


Performance of the work hereunder shall be under the technical direction of a Technical Monitor (COTR). As used herein, "technical direction" is limited to directions to the contractor which fill in details or otherwise complete the general description of work set forth in the contract. This direction may not include new assignments of work, or may not be of such a nature as to cause an increase or decrease in the estimated cost of the contract, or otherwise affect any other provision of this contract.


Each individual task order shall specify' the Accounting and Appropriation Data from which payment shall be made.


Travel by air will be reimbursed at actual, not to exceed coach fare, Travel subsistence reimbursement will be authorized under the rates and conditions of the Federal Travel Regulations and the Department's Travel manual (DOT 1500.6A). Per Diem will be reimbursed at actuals, not to exceed the per diem rates set forth in Federal Property Management Regulations (FPMR) 41 CFR Chapter 101, Chapter 7, General Services Administration (GSA) Bulletin FPMR A-40 Supp-(in effect at time of travel), or at said per diem rates regardless of actual cost, whichever is in accordance with the contractor's standard accounting practice or disclosure statement. The per diem allowance shall not be allowed when the period of official travel is 12 hours or less during the same calendar day. Travel by privately-owned vehicle will be reimbursed at the current GSA-approved mileage rate. If the contractor incurs travel cost in excess of the amount shown in each task order, it is at its own expense.

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A. The Contractor shall notify the Administrative Contracting Officer immediately in writing whenever it has reason to believe that:

(1) The level of effort that the Contractor expects to incur under any term type task in the next 30 days, when added to the level of effort previously expended in the performance of that task order, will exceed 75% of the level established for that task order;

(2) The level of effort required to perform a particular task order will be greater than the level of effort established for the task order.

B. Either the "Limitation of Cost" or the "Limitation of Funds" clause, depending on whether the task order is fully funded or not, applies independently to each task order under this contract and nothing in this clause amends the rights or responsibilities of the parties hereto under either of these two clauses. The notifications required by this clause are separate and distinct from any specified in the "Limitation of Cost" or "Limitation of Funds" clause.


(a)     This is a cost-plus fixed fee contract in the "Completion" form in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation 16.306 (d) (1). For this contract the period of performance is 5 years from the effective date of award.

(b)     The contractor shall maintain a job order cost accounting system that will accumulate costs incurred for each Task Order separately. In submitting it's vouchers/invoices for payment of cost incurred hereunder, the Contractor shall list labor hours and other cost elements for each Task Order, then summarize to a billing amount.


All printing funded by this contract will be accomplished in conformance with Title 44, United States Code, regulations of the Joint Committee on Printing, applicable provisions of appropriation acts, and applicable regulations issued by the Government Printing Office and the Department of Transportation.


(a) The issuance of Task Order(s) (TO) hereunder does not relieve the Contractor of its responsibilities under Clause 52.232-22, Limitation of Funds, and/or FAR 52.232-20, Limitation of Costs. The applicable clause, Limitation of Funds (LOF), for incrementally funded TOs and Limitation of Costs (LOC), for fully funded TOs apply to individual TOs as well as to the contract as a whole.

(b) Costs incurred under a TO shall relate only to the performance of the work called for in that TO. The level of effort or the funds allocated to a TO may not be applied to work under any other TO issued under the contract without the written authorization of the Contracting Officer.

(c) The term "TO" shall be substituted for "schedule wherever the word appears in FAR clauses 52,232-20, Limitation of Cost, or 52.232-22, Limitation of Funds, as specified. In the event that fully funded work orders are issued under a TO, the provisions of the appropriate clauses shall apply to each work order as if it were a TO.


(a) Under this contract, as firm work requirements materialize, within the period of performance set forth herein, and within the funds allotted hereunder, the Contracting Officer will direct the Contractor to perform work as generally described in Section C. The Contracting Officer will issue such directions to the Contractor in the form of Task Orders (TOs). Prior to issuance of any TO, the Contracting Officer will discuss with the Contractor the work to be performed, the timing thereof, and will negotiate the estimated cost thereof In the event that agreement cannot be

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reached on the estimated v cost of any TO, the Contracting Officer may unilaterally determine the estimated cost of that TO. In such event, the Contractor may seek relief or remedies as set forth in the Disputes clause. Except as specifically provided herein, the Government makes no representation as to the number of Task Orders or the actual amount of work, which will be assigned. The Contractor shall not perform any work hereunder nor incur any cost hereunder, until it receives a specific Task Order signed by the Contracting Officer. Each Task Order will contain as a minimum, the following:

1.      Sequential number.

2.      Type of Task Order Term or Completion

3.      Statement of the problem.

4.      Scope of work effort.

5.      Reporting requirements.

6.      Time schedule of performance.

7.      Estimated level of effort to be expended.

8.      Estimated cost.

9.      Required signature.

10.      Delivery, inspection and final acceptance points.

(b) If a Task Order will culminate in a report the TO will specify the type of report and format required.


(a) The Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, as part of the Department of Transportation, an agency of the United States, is an exempt purchaser. Accordingly, all purchases of personal property by this organization are exempt from state and local taxation.

(b) The Contractor will be provided with Tax Exemption certificates for the purpose of obtaining an exemption from state sales tax for supplies purchased under this procurement (see each individual Task Order). Notwithstanding the terms of the Federal, State, and Local taxes clause, if the Tax Exempt Certificate is not honored by the state, the Contractor shall state separately on its invoices the amount of state sales tax, and the Government agrees to either pay the amount of the tax to the Contractor or, where the amount of the tax exceeds $250.00, to provide evidence necessary to sustain the exemption.


A. No personal services as defined in Part 37 of the FAR shall be performed under this contract. No Contractor employee will be directly supervised by the Government. All individual employee assignments and daily work direction shall be given by the Contractor's supervisor. If the Contractor believes any Government action or communication has been given that would create a personal services relationship between the Government and any Contractor employee, the Contractor shall promptly notify the Contracting Officer of this communication or action.

B. The Contractor shall not perform any inherently governmental functions under this contract. No Contractor employee shall hold him or herself out to be a Government employee, agent, or representative. In all communications with third parties in connection with this contract, Contractor employees shall identify themselves as Contractor employees and specify the name of the company for which they work. In all communications with other Government Contractors in connection with this contract, the Contractor employee shall state that they have no authority to in any way change the contract and that if the other Contractor believes this communication to be a direction to change their contract, they should notify the Contracting Officer for that contract and not carry out the direction until a clarification has been issued by the Contracting Officer.

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C. The Contractor shall ensure that all of its employees working on this contract are informed of the substance of this clause. Nothing in this clause shall limit the Government's rights in any way under any other provision of the contract, including those related to the Government's right to inspect and accept the services to be performed under this contract. The substance of this clause shall be included in all subcontracts at any tier.


A. Contractors shall propose an appropriate rate of fee depending on the risk associated with a cost-plus-fixed-fee contractual arrangement and the nature of the work in the task order. However, the proposed task order fixed fee shall not exceed an amount that is the sum of (1)    7    percent of the prime Contractor's labor and any resulting direct cost expected to be incurred as a result of that labor* * and any indirect cost applied and (2)    7    percent of all other direct and indirect cost proposed for the task resulting from other than the prime Contractors effort. * * * For term type tasks, an overall hourly fee will be determined by dividing the total fixed fee proposed by the direct professional labor hours required.

B. Contractors shall propose an appropriate rate of available award fee depending on the risk associated with a cost-plus-award-fee contractual arrangement and the nature of the work in the task order. In accordance with Paragraph G.7, Payment and Consideration, the base fee shall be 0%. The proposed award fee available under the task order shall not exceed an amount that is the sum of (1) _______ percent of the prime Contractor's labor and any resulting direct cost expected to be incurred as a result of that labor* * and any indirect cost applied and (2) _______ percent of all other direct and indirect cost proposed for the task resulting from other than the prime Contractors effort. * * *

C. For noncompetitive task orders issued on firm-fixed-price basis, Contractors shall propose an appropriate profit based on the risk associated with that contract type and the nature of the work in the task order. The proposed profit included in the firm-fixed-price shall not exceed an amount that is the sum of (1) _______ percent of the prime Contractor's labor and any resulting direct cost expected to be incurred as a result of that labor** and any indirect cost applied and (2) _______ percent of all other direct and indirect cost proposed for the task resulting from other than the prime Contractors effort. * * *


* * Administrative or support categories accounted for as direct in accordance with approved accounting system such as secretarial support, word processing, and contract administration; and other direct cost such as travel incurred by the prime Contractor, computer usage charges, and postage.

* * * Generally equipment, materials, subcontracts, and any indirect cost applied and other direct cost incurred such as subcontract administration.


     1.     Access to Sensitive Information.

          a.      Work under this contract may involve access to sensitive information, as described in paragraph d below, which shall not be disclosed by the contractor unless authorized by the contracting officer. To protect sensitive information, the contractor shall provide training to any contractor employee authorized access to sensitive information and, upon request of the Government, provide information as to an individual's suitability to have such authorization. Contractor employees found by the Government to be unsuitable or whose employment is deemed contrary to the public interest or inconsistent with the best interest of national security may be prevented from performing work under the particular contract when requested by the contracting officer.

          b.      The contractor shall ensure that contractor employees are: (1) citizens of the United States of America or an alien who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence or employment (indicated by immigration status) as evidenced by Immigration and Naturalization Service

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documentation; and (2) have background investigations in accordance with DOT Order 1630.2B, Personnel Security Management.

          c.      The contractor shall include the above requirements in any subcontract awarded involving access to Government facilities, sensitive information, and/or resources.

          d.      Sensitive Information is proprietary data or other information that, if subject to unauthorized access, modification, loss or misuse could adversely affect national interest, conduct of Federal programs, or privacy of individuals specified in the Privacy Act, but has not been specifically authorized to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign policy under an Executive Order or Act of Congress."

     2.      Information Technology (IT) Services.

          a.      The contractor shall be responsible for IT security for all systems operated by or connected to a DOT network, regardless of location. This includes any IT resources or services in which the contractor has physical or electronic access to DOT's sensitive information that directly supports the mission of DOT (e.g., hosting DOT e-Government sites or other IT operations). If necessary, the Government shall have access to contractor and any subcontractor facilities, systems/networks operated on behalf of DOT, documentation, databases and personnel to carry out a program of IT inspection (to include vulnerability scanning), investigation and audit to safeguard against threats and hazards to DOT data or IT systems.

          b.      Within 30 days of contract award, the contractor shall develop and provide to the Government for approval, an IT Security Plan which describes the processes and procedures the contractor will follow in performance of this contract to ensure the appropriate security of IT resources developed, processed, or used under this contract. This Plan shall be written and implemented in accordance with applicable Federal laws including: The Computer Security Act of 1987 (40 U.S.C. 1441 et seq.), the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996, and the Government Information Security Reform Act (GISRA) of 2000 and meet Government IT security requirements including: 0MB Circular A- 130, Management of Federal Information Resources, Appendix 111, Security of Federal Automated Information Resources; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Guidelines; Departmental Information Resource Management Manual (DIRMM) and associated guidelines; and DOT Order 1 630.2B, Personnel Security Management.

          c.      The contractor shall screen their personnel requiring privileged access or limited privileged access to systems operated by the contractor for DOT or interconnected to a DOT network in accordance with DOT Order 1 630.2B, Personnel Security Management and ensure contractor employees are trained annually in accordance with 0MB Circular A- 130, GISRA, and NIST requirements with a specific emphasis on rules of behavior.

          d.      The contractor shall immediately notify the contracting officer when an employee terminates employment that has access to DOT information systems or data.

          e.      The contractor shall include the above requirements in any subcontract awarded for IT services.

          f.      IT means any equipment or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information and as further defined in 0MB Circular A- 130 and the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 2.


The Contractor shall without additional expense to the Government, be responsible for all damage to persons or property that occur as a result of its fault or negligence in connection with the prosecution of the work, and shall be

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responsible for the proper care and protection of work performed. Breakage or loss of office equipment or other property including that of a Government employee, which may occur in or about the building as a result of a fault or negligence in the Contractor's operations or fault or negligence in the actions of the Contractor's agent, subcontractors or its employees shall be made good by the Contractor at its expense.


A. The Contractor and any of its subcontractors in performance of this contract may have need for access to and use of various types of data and information in the possession of the Government which the Government obtained under conditions that restrict the Government's right to use and disclose the data and information, or which may be of such a nature that its dissemination or use other than in the performance of this contract would be adverse to the interests of the Government or other parties. Therefore, the Contractor and its subcontractors agree to abide by any restrictive use conditions on such data and not to:

(1) Knowingly disclose such data and information to others without written authorization from the Contracting Officer, unless the Government has made the data and information available to the public; nor

(2) Use for any purpose other than the performance of this contract that data which bears a restrictive marking or legend.

B. In the event the work required to be performed under this contract requires access to proprietary data of other companies, the Contractor shall obtain agreements from such other companies for such use unless such data is provided or made available to the Contractor by the Government. Two copies of such company-to-company agreements shall be furnished promptly to the Contracting Officer for information only. These agreements shall prescribe the scope of authorized use or disclosure, and other terms and conditions to be agreed upon between the parties. It is agreed by the Contractor that any such data, whether obtained by the Contractor pursuant to the aforesaid agreement or from the Government, shall be protected from unauthorized use or disclosure to any individual, corporation, or organization so long as it remains proprietary.

C. Through formal training in company policy and procedures, the Contractor agrees to make employees aware of the absolute necessity to maintain the confidentiality of data and information, as required above, and further aware of the sanctions which may be imposed for divulging either the proprietary data of other companies or data that is obtained from the Government to anyone except as authorized. The Contractor shall obtain from each employee engaged in any effort connected with this contract an agreement, in writing, which shall in substance provide that such employee will not during his/her employment by the Contractor, or thereafter, disclose to others or use for his/her own benefit or the future benefit of any individual any trade secrets, confidential information, or proprietary/restricted data (to include Government "For Official Use Only") received in connection with the work under this contract. The Contractor shall furnish a sample form of this agreement to the Contracting Officer promptly after award.

D. The Contractor agrees to hold the Government harmless and indemnify the Government as to any cost/loss resulting from the unauthorized use of disclosure of third party data or software by the Contractor, its employees, subcontractors, or agents.

E. The Contractor agrees to include the substance of this provision in all subcontracts awarded under this contract. The Contracting Officer will consider case-by-case exceptions from this requirement for individual subcontracts in the event that

(1) The Contractor considers the application of the prohibitions of this provision to be inappropriate and unnecessary in the case of a particular subcontractor;

(2) The subcontractor provides a written statement affirming absolute unwillingness to perform absent some relief from the substance of this prohibition;

(3) Use of an alternate subcontract source would reasonably detract from the quality of effort; and

(4) The Contractor provides the Contracting Officer timely written advance notice of these and any other extenuating circumstances.



F. Except as the Contracting Officer specifically authorizes in writing, upon completion of all work under this contract the Contractor shall return all such data and information obtained from the Government, including all copies, modifications, adaptations, or combinations thereof, to the Contracting Officer. Data obtained from another company shall be disposed of in accordance with the Contractor's agreement with that company, or, if the agreement makes no provision for disposition, shall be returned to that company. The Contractor shall further certify in writing to the Contracting Officer that all copies, modifications, adaptations or combinations of such data or information which cannot reasonably be returned to the Contracting Officer (or to a company) have been deleted from the Contractor's (and any subcontractor's) records and destroyed.

G. These restrictions do not limit the Contractor's (or subcontractor's) right to use and disclose any data and information obtained from another source without restriction.

H. As used herein, the term "data" has the meaning set forth in Federal Acquisition Regulations, clause 52.227-14, "Rights in Data - General," and includes, but is not limited to, computer software, as also defined in Clause 52.227-14.



The contractor shall comply with Section I, FAR Clauses 52.228-5 "Insurance-Work on a Government Installation" and FAR 52.228-7, "Insurance-Liability to Third Persons." The contractor shall secure, pay the premiums for, and keep in force until the expiration of this contract, and any renewal thereof, adequate insurance as provided below, such insurance to specifically include liability assumed by the contractor under this contract. The contractor is responsible for providing insurance of the following types and minimum amounts:

     a.      Workman's Compensation and Employees Liability Insurance as required by applicable statue, but not less than $100,000.

     b.      Comprehensive bodily injury liability insurance with limits of not less than $500,000 for each accident.

     c.      Property damage liability with a limit of not less than $100,000 for each accident.

     d.      Automotive bodily injury liability insurance with limits of not less than $200,000 for each person and $500,000 for each accident, and property damage liability insurance, with a limit of not less than $40,000 for each accident.

Each policy of insurance shall contain an endorsement that any cancellation or material change in the coverage adversely affecting the Government's interest shall not be effective unless the insurer or the contractor gives written notice of cancellation or change to the CO at least 30 calendar days prior to the aforementioned actions. When the coverage is provided by self-insurance, the contractor shall not change or decrease the coverage without the CO's prior approval.

A certificate of each policy of insurance shall be furnished to the CO within ten (10) days after notice of award certifying, among other things, that the policy contains the aforesaid endorsement. The insurance companies providing the above insurance shall be satisfactory to the Government. Notices of policy changes shall be furnished to the CO.

H.13 TRAVEL (MAR 2005)

Travel directly related to the performance of work in accordance with Section C shall not be permitted unless authorized under a task order. All requests for travel must be approved by the job order initiator in writing in advance of travel taking place. The actual costs for lodging, meals, and incidentals will be considered reasonable and allowable if they do not exceed the maximum per diem rates in effect at the time of travel as set forth in the Federal Travel Regulations. A written justification must be provided for higher amounts in special or unusual circumstances in accordance with the FAR Subpart 3l.205-46. Compensation for time in excess of eight hours a day is allowable only to the extent such compensation conforms to established compensation practices throughout the contractor's organization on non Governmental work.





This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):

http://www dot.gov/ost/m60/tamtar
http://www. arnet.gov/far



JUL 2004



APR 1984


Covenant Against Contingent Fees.

APR 1984


Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government

JUL 1995


Anti-Kickback Procedures.

JUL 1995


Cancellation, Rescission, and Recovery of Funds for Illegal or Improper Activity.

JAN 1997


Price or Fee Adjustment for Illegal or Improper Activity.

JAN 1997


Limitation on Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions.

JUN 2003


Printed or Copied Double-Sided on Recycled Paper.

AUG 2000


Central Contract Registration

OCT 2003


Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment.

JAN 2005


Audit and Records - Negotiation.

JUN 1999


Order of Precedence - Uniform Contract Format.

OCT 1997


Price Reduction for Defective Cost or Pricing Data.

OCT 1997


Price Reduction for Defective Cost or Pricing Data Modifications.

OCT 1997


Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data.

OCT 1997


Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data - Modifications.

OCT 1997


Integrity of Unit prices
Alternate 1 ((OCT 1997)

OCT 1997


Pension Adjustments and Asset Revisions

OCT 2004


Reversion of Adjustment of Plans for Postretirement Benefits (PRB) other than Pensions

OCT 1997


Waiver of Facilities Capital Cost of Money.

OCT 1997


Requirements for Cost or Pricing Data or Information Other Than Cost or Pricing Data - Modifications.

OCT 1997


Requirements for Cost or Pricing Data or Information Other Than Cost or Pricing Data - Modifications.
Alternate 1 (OCT 1997)

OCT 1997


Allowable Cost and Payment.

DEC 2002


Fixed Fee.

MAR 1997



OCT 1995

For the purpose of this clause the blank (s) are completed as follows:
(a)  Such orders may be issued from the date of Contract award. through five years

52.216-19                       Order Limitations                                                 OCT 1995
For the purpose of this clause the blank (s) are completed as follows:
     (a)   in an amount of less than 2,500

     (b)   (1)  Any order for a single item in excess of $5,000,000
     (b)   (2)  Any order for a combination of items in excess of $5,000,000;
     (b)   (3)  A series of orders from the same ordering office within (Not Applicable) days
     (c)    within (Not Applicable) days after issuance


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Indefinite Quantity
For the purpose of this clause the blanks are completed as follows (d) contractor shall not be required to make deliveries under this contract one year from the expiration date of the contract

OCT 1995


Option to Extend Services For the purpose of this clause the blanks(s) are completed As follows: "30 calendar days before expiration of contract"

NOV 1999


Small Business Representations

MAY 2004


Notice to the Government of Labor Disputes

FEB 1997


Payment of Overtime Premiums

JUL 1990

For the purpose of this clause the blank (s) are completed as follows: (a) the use of overtime is contract if the premium does not exceed zero or the overtime premium is paid for work


Convict Labor

JUN 2003


Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards
Act - Overtime Compensation

JUL 2005


Prohibition Of Segregated Facilities

FEB 1999


Equal Opportunity

APR 2002


Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans
of the Vietnam Era, and other Eligible Veterans

DEC 2001


Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities

JUN 1998


Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans
Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and other Eligible Veterans

DEC 2001


Pollution Prevention and Right-to-Know

AUG 2003


Drug-Free Workplace

MAY 2001


Toxic Chemical Release Reporting

AUG 2003


Privacy Act Notification.

APR 1984


Privacy Act

APR 1984


Buy American Act-Supplies

JUN 2003


Buy American Act - Construction Materials Under
Trade Agreements

JAN 2005


Notice and Assistance Regarding Patent and Copyright

APR 1996


Patent Indemnity

APR 1984


Patent Rights - Retention by the Contractor (Long Form)

JAN 1997


Rights in Data - General

JUN 1987


Rights in Data - General (JUN 1987)
- -- Alternate 1

JUNE 1987


Rights in Data - General (JUN 1987) --
Alternate V

JUN 1987


Additional Data Requirements

JUN 1987


Commercial Computer Software-Restricted Rights

JUN 1987


Insurance- Work on a Government Installation

JAN 1997


Insurance - Liability to Third Persons

MAR 1996


Federal, State, and Local Taxes

APR 2003


Cost Accounting Standards

APR 1998


Disclosure and Consistency of Cost Accounting Practices

APR 1998


Administration of Cost Accounting Standards

NOV 1999


Limitation on Withholding of Payments

APR 1984



JUN 1996



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Availability of Funds

APR 1984


Limitation of Cost
"Task Order is to substituted for" Schedule where Appearing

APR 1984


Limitation of Funds
"Task Order" is to substituted for "Schedule where appearing.

APR 1984


Assignment of Claims

JAN 1986


Prompt Payment

OCT 2003


Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer
Central Contractor Registration

OCT 2003


Alternate 1

JUL 2002
DEC 1991


Protest after Award

AUG 1996


Alternate 1

JUN 1985


Protection of Government Buildings, Equipment, Vegetation

APR 1984


Privacy of Security Safeguards

AUG 1996


Notice of Intent to Disallow Costs

APR 1984


Penalties for Unallowable Costs

MAY 2001


Certification of Final Indirect Costs

JAN 1997



JUL 1995


Changes - Cost-Reimbursement

AUG 1987

52.243 -2

Changes - Cost-Reimbursement -- Alternate I

APR 1984



AUG 1998


Subcontracts Alternate II (AUG 1998)

AUG 1998


Government Property (Cost Reimbursement Time-And-
Material, or Labor-Hour Contract)

MAY 2004


Government Property Furnished "As Is"

APR 1984


Limitation of Liability--Services

FEB 1997


Termination (Cost-Reimbursement)

MAY 2004


Excusable Delays

APR 1984


Government Supply Sources

APR 1984


Computer Generated Forms

JAN 1991







Accident and Fire Reporting

OCT 1994


Qualifications of Employees

OCT 1994


Government Property Records

OCT 1994


This contract is subject to the written approval of Chief, Acquisition Management Division, and shall not be binding until so approved.


(a)     The Contractor shall make the following notifications in writing:

      (1)      When the Contractor becomes aware that a change in its ownership has occurred, or is certain to occur, that could result in changes in the valuation of its capitalized assets in the accounting records, the Contractor shall notify the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) within 30 days.

      (2)      The Contractor shall also notify the ACO within 30 days whenever changes to asset valuations or any other cost changes have occurred or are certain to occur as a result of a change in ownership.

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(b)      The Contractor shall -

       (1)      Maintain current, accurate, and complete inventory records of assets and their costs;

      (2)      Provide the ACO or designated representative ready access to the records upon request;

      (3)      Ensure that all individual and grouped assets, their capitalized values, accumulated depreciation or amortization, and remaining useful lives are identified accurately before and after each of the Contractor's ownership changes; and

      (4)      Retain and continue to maintain depreciation and amortization schedules based on the asset records maintained before each Contractor ownership change.

(c)      The Contractor shall include the substance of this clause in all subcontracts under this contract that meet the applicability requirement of FAR 15.408(k).


(a)      Definitions. As used in this clause -

"Commercial item" has the meaning contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation 2.101, Definitions.

"Subcontract" includes a transfer of commercial items between divisions, subsidiaries, or affiliates of the Contractor or subcontractor at any tier.

(b)      To the maximum extent practicable, the Contractor shall incorporate, and require its subcontractors at all tiers to incorporate, commercial items or non-developmental items as components of items to be supplied under this contract.

(c)(l) The Contractor shall insert the following clauses in subcontracts for commercial items:

           (i)      52.2 19-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004)(15 U.S.C. 637 (d) (2) and (3)), in all subcontracts that offer further subcontracting opportunities. If the subcontract (except subcontracts to small business concerns) exceeds $500,000 ($1,000,000 for construction of any public facility), the subcontractor must include 52.2 19-8 in lower tier subcontracts that offer subcontracting opportunities.

           (ii)      52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Apr 2002) (E.O. 11246);

           (iii)      52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Dec 2001) (38 U.S.C. 42 12(a));

           (iv)      52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (Jun 1998) (29 U.S.C. 793);

           (v)      52.222-39, Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). Flow down as required in accordance with paragraph (g) of FAR clause 52.222-39).

           (vi)      52.247-64, Preference for Privately Owned U.S-Flag Commercial Vessels (Apr 2003) (46 U.S.C. 1241 and 10 U.S.C. 263 1) (flow down required in accordance with paragraph (d) of FAR clause 52.247-64).

      (2)      While not required, the Contractor may flow down to subcontracts for commercial items a minimal number of additional clauses necessary to satisfy its contractual obligations.

(d)      The Contractor shall include the terms of this clause, including this paragraph (d), in subcontracts awarded under this contract.


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The Contractor shall not publish, permit to be published, or distribute for public consumption, any information, oral or written, concerning the results or conclusions made pursuant to the performance of this contract, without the prior written consent of the Contracting Officer. Two copies of any material proposed to be published or distributed shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer.


In accordance with Executive Order 13043, Increasing Seat Belt Use in the United States, dated April 16, 1997, the contractor is encouraged to adopt and enforce on-the-job seat belt use policies and programs for its employees when operating company-owned, rented, or personally-owned vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is responsible for providing leadership and guidance in support of this Presidential initiative. For information on how to implement such a program or for statistics on the potential benefits and cost-savings to your company or organization, please visit the Buckle Up America section of NHTSA's website at www.nhtsa.dot.gov. Additional resources are available from the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS), a public-private partnership headquartered in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, and dedicated to improving the traffic safety practices of employers and employees. NETS is prepared to help with technical assistance, a simple, user friendly program kit, and an award for achieving the President's goal of 90 percent seat belt use. NETS can be contacted at 1-888-221-0045 or visit its website at www.trafficsafety.org.





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U.S. DEPARTMENT                                                                              MEMORANDUM

Research and Innovative
Technology Administration

Date:                September 15, 2005

Subject:            ACTION:
                         Appointment as Contracting
                         Officer's Technical Representative on
                         Contract No. DTRT57-05-D-30015
                         Flight Safety Technologies, Inc.

From:               Carol Ferrante
                         Contracting Officer

To:                    Kevin Clark DTS53

You are hereby appointed as the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) under contract DTRT57-05-D-30115. As the COTR, your primary duty is to monitor the contractor's performance to ensure that the Contractor meets all of the technical requirements under the task order, by the delivery date or within the period of performance as stated in the Contract, and at the estimated cost stated in the Contract. In the performance of the duties delegated to you in this letter, you are cautioned that you could be held personally liable for actions taken or directions given by you to the contractor that are beyond the authorities given to you in this letter. The duties or authorities in this letter are not delegable; however, you must advise the Contracting Officer, Carol Ferrante at (617) 494-2421, immediately when you are unable to perform these duties.

Your duties and limitations, as applicable to the contract you will be monitoring are as follows:

Monitoring Performance.

Ensure that the contractor complies with the requirements of the statement of work, specifications, or performance work statement, and when requested by the contractor, provide technical direction to the contractor's technical manager. This technical assistance must be within scope of the contract (e.g., interpreting specifications, statement work, performance work statement, etc.). When a difference of opinion between you and the contractor occurs, notify the contracting officer or the contract administrator/specialist immediately for resolution.


Ensure that the personnel being used by the contractor are of the same caliber that was originally proposed by the contractor to the Government. The experienced personnel contracted for and/or approved by the Government should not be diluted by the use of personnel with less experience. However, you may not permit changes, substitutions, or addition to personnel. Any decrease in or lack of performance will be brought to the attention of the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist.

You will also be required to complete the "Performance Evaluation Sheet: within 30 days after the contractor has met all terms and conditions of the contract.


Review and evaluate the contractor's progress in relation to the expenditures. When the costs expended by the contractor are not commensurate with the contractor's progress, bring this to the attention of the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist for immediate action.

Review the contractor's invoices/vouchers for reasonableness and applicability to the contract and recommend to the contracting officer either approval, conditional approval, or disapproval for payment. The review must be completed within five days after receipt of the invoice or voucher. If you cannot meet the required review time, advise the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist so that action can be taken to ensure Government compliance with the Prompt Payment Act, thereby avoiding the payment of interest penalties to the contractor.


You cannot authorize the contractor to stop work, and you are not authorized to delete, change, waive, or negotiate any of the technical requirements or other terms and conditions of the contract. Should a change (monetary or otherwise) to the contract become necessary, it must be made by a contract modification issued by the contracting officer. When in doubt, contact the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist.

Any contract change requested by the contractor must be put in writing by the contractor to the contracting officer for action; however, you should immediately advise the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist of the proposed change since it may affect the contract price, cost, or delivery/performance schedule. When the proposed change is received by the contracting officer, you will be required to provide the contracting officer with a written analysis and rationale for the change and to evaluate any costs associated with the change.


You must recognize and report to the contracting officer any Government required changes to the contract (e.g., items or work no longer required, changes in the specifications, etc.).


Make arrangements with the contractor for periodic visits to the contractor's plant to: (1) evaluate the contractor's performance; (2) evaluate changes in the technical performance affecting personnel, the schedule, deliverables, and price or costs; (3) inspect and monitor the use of Government property, if applicable; and (4) ensure that contractor employees being charged to the contract are actually performing the work under the contract. A trip report fully documenting all activities during the visit must be written and a copy provided to the contracting officer within three working days after the visit.

Document the file to record each meeting and telephone conversation with the contractor. A daily logbook is recommended which should reflect the date, time, name, and title of individual(s) involved, the subject matter, and the details of the meeting or conversation.


When notified by the contractor or the contracting officer, perform, in accordance with the terms of the contract, inspection, acceptance or rejection of the supplies, services, or construction. Immediately notify the contracting officer of all rejections and the reason for the action.

Review progress reports from the contractor and advise the contracting officer of any contractor problem or action required to be taken by the Government.


FAR 48 CFR Part 3 and (TAR) 48 CFR Part 1203/Transportation Acquisition Manual Chapter 1203, Improper Business Practices and Personal Conflict of Interest, provides guidance to avoid improper business practices and personal conflicts of interest and to deal with their apparent or actual occurrences. Please read these documents very carefully and contact the contracting officer shoUld you require further information or clarification on this subject matter.



Establish and maintain an organized contract administration file to record all contractor and Government actions pertaining to the contract. The COTR's file is or particular importance since the documentation of you interaction with the contractor may be used in the event of litigation. In addition, an organized file facilitates an easy transition from one COTR to another if reassignment becomes necessary. The file(s) should be organized as follows:

(1)     File I - The contract instrument (i.e., contract modifications, task orders, delivery orders, and the contractor's proposals applicable to these documents.

(2)     File 2 - The COTR's delegation letter, and all correspondence between the contractor and the contracting officer , filed in chronological order.

(3)     File 3 - A copy of the contractor's invoices/vouchers and any correspondence pertaining to the payments.

(4)     File 4 - The COTR's trip reports and written memoranda to the file on telephone conversations or other meeting with the contractor.

(5)     File 5 - A copy of the contractor's progress reports and other contract deliverables, and all correspondence pertaining to these documents.

The size of the contract may not warrant a separate folder for each file. If less than five folders are used, the sections must be tabbed to segregate each file.

Please acknowledge receipt and acceptance of this appointment by signing and returning the attached sheet to the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist. Your appointment as the COTR under the above numbered contract is terminated upon receipt of a written notice of termination from the appointing contracting officer, the contracting officer's successor, or a higher level of authority. Please direct any questions you may have on this delegation to the contracting officer or contract administrator/specialist.


Within 30 days after the contractor has met all terms and conditions of the contract, you must evaluate the contractor's performance using the attached evaluation form.


U.S. Department                                       John A. Volpe                    Kendall Square
of Transportation            
                         National Transportation     Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142-1093
Research and                                          Systems Center
Innovative Technology



September 15, 2005

Flight Safety Technologies, Inc

28 J Cottrell Street

Mystic CT 06355

Attention:  Mr. Sam Kovnat

Subject:  Contract No. DTRT57-O5-D-30115

Dear Mr. Kovnat:


Enclosed herewith is a filly executed copy of the subject contract. This letter also serves as:

(1)You will not proceed on any task until a Notice to Proceed is issued through subsequent task orders.

(2) Your notice that the contract approval required by FAR Clause 52.204-1 contained in Section I of the subject contract has been obtained.

(3) Your consent to subcontract with those subcontractors identified in FAR Clause 52.244-2 contained in Section I of the subject contract. Reminder: This consent does not constitute a determination of the acceptability of any subcontract terms or price; of the allowability of any cost under this contract; or to relieve the Contractor of any responsibility for performing this contract.


The responsibility for this contract has been assigned to Michael L Raymond as Administrative Contracting Officer, DTS-852, telephone no. (617) 494-2313, and the undersigned Contracting Officer, DTS-852, telephone no. (617) 494-2593. All correspondence relating to the contract should be addressed to Michael Raymond, who is prepared to help you in every way and you are urged to take full advantage of this assistance. Kevin Clark is appointed as the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative. A copy of the appointment is attached to this award notification this appointment is effective until the task order is completed or a written notice of termination is received from the Contracting Officer.


FAR 52.232-33 "Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer - Central Contractor Registration" contained in Section I of the subject contract requires that, among other things, you register at the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) and provide information for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). This clause stipulates that the...

"Government need not make payment to the Contractor under this contract until correct EFT information is entered into the CCR database; and any invoice or contract financing request shall be deemed not to be a proper invoice for the purpose of prompt payment under this contract." You may register with or obtain additional information about CCR at their web site

"http://www.ccr2000.com!". Mr. Donald Rudman, Chief of the Administrative Services Branch, has been appointed as my property administrator and plant clearance officer under the subject contract. A copy of this appointment memorandum is enclosed. Mr. Rudman's telephone number is (617) 494-2635 .The Volpe Center Payment Office will eventually have an electronic link to CCR and it will obtain changed EFT information electronically. However, until then, you should notify the contract designated Payment Office (Accounting Branch, DTS-823) if you change your EFT information in CCR. You will be notified by the Volpe Center when the electronic link between the Payment Office and CCR is established.


In connection with FAR Clause 52.222-26 contained in Section I of the subject contract, your attention is invited to the contractual obligation that, in the performance of work under the contract, you shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, sex, color, or national origin. Accordingly, you are encouraged to comply with both the spirit and the letter of the clause. Forwarded herewith for posting is the "Equal Opportunity" notice. If subcontract(s) are issued containing

the "Equal Opportunity" clause, you must also furnish this notice to the subcontractor(s). Additional copies of the notice are available upon request or can be downloaded from the Department of Labor's website at http://www.dol. gov/dol/esalpublic/regs/compliance/posters/eeo.htm.


Various discount travel rates (excluding use of the GSA's contract city pair fares) are available to eligible Government contractors only at the option of the vendor under contract and/or agreement with the General Services Administration or Department of Defense. Information on which hotels and car rental companies offer Government discount rates to Government contractors is provided to and published by several commercial publications including the official Airline Guides Official Traveler (800) DIAL-OAG, Innovata (800) 846-6742, and National Telecommunications (201) 928-1900. In addition, GSA contract Travel Management Centers (TMCS) and DOD's Commercial Travel Offices (CTOs) have this information. Vendors providing the

discounted services may require the Government authorized contractor to furnish a letter of identification signed by the authorizing agency's contracting officer. Contact the Contracting Officer should you require an identification letter for an employee traveling on official government business under this contract.



To minimize potential delays and establish a central point of contact within your organization, it is requested that you furnish the name and telephone number of the individual we should contact in matters pertaining to the administration of this contract.

Please feel free to bring to my attention any deficiencies or delays encountered in the administration of this contract. Experience has shown that timely notification facilitates resolution of contractual problems.


                                                                         Carol Ferrante
                                                                         Contracting Officer

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DTS-852/Official File
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