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					                       Global Sustainment Quality Clause Conversion Chart
                                        Revision 2009-09
                                    As of: 21 September 2009

IMPORTANT NOTICE:        A paper copy of this document may not be the most current. The current
                         version is always on SupplierNet.
 Quality
 Clause    Description of Lockheed Martin Quality Clause Conversion Chart Changes:
 Codes
              Added QA Codes C040, SL05
              Amended Hyperlinks on QA Codes C001, C049, M015, DSP1, DSP2, DSP3, DSP4
              Amended QA Codes C045, MP02, DSP4, SL01, SL04, G001
              Removed QA Codes: C013, D001, D002, D003, D004, D005, D007, D008, D009, D104,
               D105, D106, D210, D220, D240, D250, D251, DB01, DB02, DSC1, DSC2, I007, Q100
                                               Quality Program Clause
           QA022-01, Seller Quality Requirements:                                           01/09/06
  C001     Seller shall comply with the requirements of Buyer's “Seller Quality Requirements” outlined in
           QA022-01 (latest revision). Copies of this document may be found on Lockheed Martin
           Supplier Net or contact the buyer. In the event of conflicting requirement(s) between QA022-01
           and a specified requirement within the contract, the specified requirement(s) will take
           precedence. QA022-01 May be accessed at:
               http://www.lockheedmartin.com/suppliers/bu_info/alcgreenville/ALC_qualityinfo.html
                                            Certification/Inspection Clauses
           Certificate of Conformance Required:                                                01/09/06
  C003     Seller must provide a Certificate of Conformance stating that material/items supplied under this
           purchase order meet all applicable purchase order requirements. This certificate shall include
           the Lockheed Martin purchase order number, requested part number, nomenclature and
           condition. The certificate shall bear the legible signature or stamp and title of an authorized
           agent of the Seller along with the name and title clearly printed or typed. This Certificate of
           Conformance shall accompany the shipment.
           Note: If the Seller is providing an Alternate Part Number, the Seller must include
           documentation traceable to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) stating that the
           material is a suitable substitute.
           Test Reports Required Fasteners:                                                  8/17/05
  C004
               A. Seller must provide with each shipment the manufacturer’s test report certifying items
                  furnished comply with applicable specification(s). The test report will include the lot
                  number and specification(s), including revision level(s), for which the item has been
                  tested.
               B. Where specification(s) require quantitative limits on chemical, mechanical, or physical
                  properties, the test report must have actual results from an examination/test.
               C. Fasteners having a diameter of 0.25 inch or greater including bolts, nuts, screws, rivets
                  and studs that are manufactured to National/Military Standards such as MS…, AN…,
                  NAS…, etc. require reports.
               D. Each shipment to Buyer must consist of items from a single lot.



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       Test Reports Required, Raw Material:                                             08/05/04

C005      A. Seller must provide with each shipment the manufacturer’s test report that certifies
             materials furnished comply with applicable specification(s). The test report will include
             the specification(s), including revision levels for which the material has been tested and
             specific lot numbers.
          B. Where specification requires quantitative limits on chemical, mechanical, or physical
             properties, the test report must have actual results from the examination/test. Aluminum
             products (except castings) may include chemistry range only. Physical properties must
             indicate actual values.
          C. In the case of converted material produced from raw material previously certified by the
             original manufacturer, Seller must provide test results of how the process altered the
             properties of the certified manufactured material.
          D. Each shipment to Buyer must consist of items from a single lot.
          E. Where the supplier utilizes test reports to verify purchased product they shall
             periodically validate test reports for raw material. These records shall be made
             available upon request.
       Maintenance Release:                                                             10/10/06
C006   Maintenance release/return to service certification or equivalent required with shipment.
       Examples include FAA 8130-3 (where applicable), DD1574, maintenance release certificate,
       etc.
       Repaired Assets:                                                                05/02/06
C008   A serviceable tag must be completed and affixed to each asset upon return. The following data,
       as a minimum is required: part number, serial number, purchase order number, inspector's name
       and/or inspector's stamp, work performed, and condition code “A” for serviceable.
       Teardown Report:                                                                07/20/07
C009   Seller must provide a teardown report for each unit overhauled/repaired and tested. If the
       overhaul/Repair results in a change in the configuration (i.e. Dash number, Revision or Part
       number) documentation stating compatibility with the original part must accompany the
       paperwork. Teardown report must contain the following:
          A.   Parts removed and replaced as applicable.
          B.   Part number.
          C.   If serialized serial number.
          D.   If the part was Repaired or Overhauled and test results if applicable.
       Source Inspection Required:                                                     02/07/06
C010   Lockheed Martin Source Inspection required at the manufacturer's/repair facility. Seller must
       notify buyer seven calendar days in advance of proposed quality verification. Evidence of the
       completed inspection must be shown on the shipping documents. You are required to provide
       reasonable access for the Source Inspector to any drawings, documents, and inspection
       equipment at any point in the manufacturing process.
       Documented Traceability Requirement:                                             01/09/06
C011
          A. Items ordered on this purchase order require traceability. Seller must maintain a
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              documented system for recording and controlling of traceable items in accordance with
              specified requirements with full connectivity to Original Equipment Manufacturer
              (OEM) or last Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified facility.

C011      B. Where no requirements are otherwise specified in the purchase order. The Seller must:
             1. Maintain records of each item to ensure traceability to parent material by heat/lot
                number and producer’s name. Such data shall be identified on the shipper.
             2. Identify each item with buyer /manufacturer's part number, (as appropriate) heat/lot
                number, producer’s name and grain direction. (When applicable).
             3. Associated documents must be maintained at least (7) years.
          C. As removed items require additional evidence of traceability. The Certificate of
             Conformance must contain the aircraft nomenclature and serial number (not tail
             number) of the donor aircraft.

       Drop Ship Authorized:                                                            03/28/05
C017   Seller must provide the buyer with the date when the material actually shipped from their
       facility, a copy of the packing slip referencing the waybill number and all documentation
       required by the purchase order. The original documents must be sent to LMLS. Recipient must
       fax copies of shipper to LMLS for further processing.

       First Article Inspection (FAI) Requirement:                                  06/18/07
       FAI required in accordance with AS9102, or approved by an LM Procurement Quality
C019   Assurance Engineer.
              NOTE: The requirements of this clause do not apply to Hologram identified items or
              items supplied by other Lockheed Martin locations.
          A. Seller shall establish and maintain internal processes for the accomplishment of each
             First Article Inspection (FAI) in accordance with AS9102. FAI’s are to ensure
             delivered items are in compliance with requirements of the purchase order of which this
             Quality Clause is a part, unless otherwise noted below.
          B. Unless otherwise set forth in this PO, FAI applies to the first item or lot of end items,
             sub-assemblies and detail items. The following items shall not require FAI, unless
             otherwise directed by the Buyer:
              Standard hardware and electronic piece parts (AN MS std. hardware, etc.)
              Items procured to a vendor’s part number
              Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) items
              Metallic and non-metallic raw material
              Engineering models, design/concept prototypes and production item numbers delivered
                 for non-production applications (such as qualification testing)
              Items that have been manufactured and delivered to the U.S. Government where Seller
                 has objective evidence of an FAI performed, within the past two (2) years from date of
                 this PO, for the U.S. Government to the same configuration as requirements of this PO.
              Items that have been returned by the Buyer for either “rework and/or repair”
              Items procured to a Buyer’s part number where Buyer has not developed drawings
                 and/or specifications controlling the item’s physical and functional requirements
          C. When required, Seller shall establish an FAI schedule and notify Buyer a minimum of 10
             business days in advance of performing FAI’s, including without limitation, “progressive”
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             FAI tasks, so that the Buyer may make arrangements to witness the FAI.
          D. Distributors that procure Buyer designed items must ensure that the manufacturer has
             performed FAI and that documentation is available upon request.
           E. Seller must verify accuracy and adequacy of drawings; planning, tooling, correct material
C019           and parts, dimensional conformance to approved drawings, identification and marking, and
               compliance with nondestructive test requirements. Seller shall also provide compliance
               with design specifications, completion and documentation of safety of flight, qualification
               testing, and acceptance test. Objective evidence that the FAI was completed shall
               accompany the material upon each shipment unless prior authorization has been
               obtained stating the latest revision is recorded in the LM GSCS database.
           F. Seller must assure discrepancies and non-conformances, if any, discovered during the FAI
               are documented and dispositioned by the appropriate Material Review Board (MRB)
               actions, (Seller’s MRB for Seller design and Buyer’s MRB for Buyer design). Seller’s
               rejection documentation, Buyer’s/Seller’s dispositions, and Seller’s corrective action shall
               become part of the FAI report. This includes rejections, their disposition, and the corrective
               action to resolve problems as a part of the FAI report.
           G. Seller must document results of the FAI on each deliverable end item part number. Data
               sheets for sub-assemblies, test records, certification, and other substantiating data shall be
               part of FAI report and shall be maintained by the Seller for the period specified by the PO.
               The Seller shall provide, within 48 hours of a request by the Buyer, a complete copy of the
               FAI reports at no increase in the price or fee of this PO.
           H. When any engineering change that affects form, fit, function, safety, or reliability is
               incorporated in the item, Seller, without further direction from the Buyer, shall perform
               partial or full FAI as required by AS9102.
           I. Forms shown in section 6 of AS9102 shall be used to document results of the FAI, unless
               otherwise noted herein. Such forms may be generated by any media; however, they must
               contain all the information required on the forms shown. All fields must be addressed but
               may be marked as “not applicable” (N/A) if appropriate.
           J. Seller shall submit the complete FAI documentation records to the Buyer\Supplier Quality
               Assurance Representative for validation with the submittal of first lot of items for
               acceptance and, if requested by such Representative, for subsequent lots.
           K. Seller shall notify Buyer a minimum of 5 days in advance of any changes identified in
               AS9102 paragraph 5.3 affecting items delivered under this PO. Buyer reserves the right to
               request Seller to perform a complete or partial FAI at no increase in the price of fee of this
               PO to ensure that the changes have had no adverse affect on items delivered under this PO.
               Documentation of complete or partial FAI’s accomplished as a result of such changes shall
               be presented to Buyer’s Supplier Quality Assurance Representative with Seller’s first
               submittal of new configuration items for acceptance.
           L. Deferral of FAI beyond the scope of Paragraph B requires written authorization from
               Buyer, including Buyer’s Quality Assurance.
           M. Seller may use Quality Clause C019 to meet FAI requirements in any other purchase order
               between Buyer acting for and through Lockheed Martin and Seller provided that Seller
               does so at no increase in price, cost or fee of this PO.
           N. AS9102 Revision A paragraph 5.3 is applicable for all Buyer items where Seller completed
               the initial FAI to the requirements of Quality Clause C019.
       Seller shall comply with the forms usage and completion requirements stated in AS 9102
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       paragraph 5.5.1. All fields must be addressed but may be marked as “not applicable” (N/A), if
       appropriate.
       Partially Assembled Deliverables:                                                04/27/04
C020   Assemblies that are delivered in an unassembled configuration shall have a listing of all parts,
       components, and pieces required to complete the assembly. This listing will accompany the
       shipment.

       Material Safety Data Sheet Required:
C025   Seller must provide two copies of Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) with shipment.

       Breakdown of Kit List Required:
C037   Seller must provide a kit list with the individual breakdown of parts with shipment.

       Critical Safety Item (P-3 Aircraft Only):                                             09/21/09
C040   This is a CRITICAL SAFETY ITEM identified by Lockheed Martin P-3 Process Specification
       C-3000. This specification establishes the controls necessary for P-3 Critical Safety Items
       (CSI). This specification details specific inspection, testing, serialization and traceability
       requirements which are in addition to existing Engineering requirements.

       Government Approved Sources:                                                    09/21/09
C045   Parts/Material shall be in compliance with requirements of the Contract Technical Data File
       (CTDF); Procurement Item Description (PID); this includes approved sources of supply. Seller
       must provide Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) Certification with shipment.

       QPL Listed Item:
C046   Item(s) must be supplied from an approved source listed on the Government Qualified Products
       List (QPL). Qualification must be in accordance with the cited specifications/standards. The
       source of this item must be certified and QPL approved at time of contract award.

       Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Part Acquisition:
C047   This part is a Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Part (FSCAP) and acquisition process must comply
       with the Department of Defense (DoD) Material Management Regulation – DoD4140.1-R.

       Critical Safety Item:                                                            02/07/06
C048   This is a CRITICAL SAFETY ITEM (CSI) that contains characteristics whose failure,
       malfunction or absence could result in death, permanent total disability, or permanent partial
       disability to personnel, or injuries that may result in hospitalization.
       Seller must identify to Lockheed Martin the manufacturer if other than that identified on the
       purchase order prior to commencement of work.

       Controlled Processes:                                                          11/16/06
       NOTE: The requirements of this clause do not apply to processes performed on-site at
C049   Lockheed Martin facilities or Hologram identified items.
       Seller must review requirements called forth in QCS–001 Quality Control Specification index
       on controlled processes and approved processors. QCS-001 is used to identify both the process
       sources and the controlled processes that require Lockheed Martin approval, prior to use for
       items delivered to Lockheed Martin. A controlled process is an operation performed on an item
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       where the operation is not readily inspect able subsequent to its conclusion. Controlled
       processes have verifiable controls inherent to the process, e.g., heat treat, plating, and
       nondestructive testing. The controlled processes listed are not applicable to standard hardware
       (nuts, bolts, washers, etc.) that are ordered to military, federal or industry specifications or
       standards (e.g., MS, AN. NAS) or to metallic raw material (plate, sheet, bar, extrusion, etc.) that
C049   is purchased from a mill. The list of both Lockheed Martin-controlled processes and Lockheed
       Martin-approved sources can be found on Lockheed Martin’s Internet Material-Management
       Page at:
                      https://sqm.lmtas.com/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fdefault.aspx
       A process approval for a given process will include all variants of the process unless otherwise
       noted in the limitation of the QCS-001 listing. Seller or Seller’s supplier must provide a
       Certificate of Conformance with a unique certification number containing the following
       information:
           1. Title and specification number (including revision letter) of the process.
           2. Name and address of the processor or NDI facility.
           3. Lockheed Martin assigned processor number (if applicable).
           4. Date the C of C was issued.
           5. Purchase Order Number.
           6. Signature and title of authorized quality agent of Seller.
           7. Fracture durability classification or serialization when required.
       Seller shall, when performing QCS-001 Controlled Processes in the Seller’s facility, accomplish
       QCS-001 processes in accordance with the applicable process specification(s). Buyer accepts
       Seller’s use of all Nadcap approved sources for Industry Standards controlled by QCS-001.
       Objective evidence of Nadcap approval must accompany each shipment of items. This evidence
       shall include the requirements of items 1-7 above.
       Boeing Controlled Processes:                                                    11/01/06
C050   The Seller and their subcontractors must review D1-4426, Boeing Approved Processor Sources,
       when special process specification (s) identified on engineering drawings, specifications or the
       Purchase Document line item are required. Objective evidence indicating use of approved
       sources is required with each shipment. Any/all processes identified in D1-4426 must be
       performed by Boeing approved sources. Accessing D1-4426 via the web is the only acceptable
       method to maintain compliance to Boeing requirements. D1-4426 is accessible via the Internet
       at the following web address:
                                     http://www.boeing.com/companyoffices/doingbiz/d14426
       Northrop Grumman Controlled Processes:                                             11/01/06
C051   When special processes listed in Northrop Grumman Information System (NGIS) “Approved
       Special Processors List”, (ASPL), are required by drawing, another specification, or purchase
       order, the supplier shall ensure that the processing source, including those performed by the
       supplier, are listed on the ASPL for the process prior to any processing of hardware. Objective
       evidence indicating use of approved sources is required with each shipment.
       The NGIS ASPL can be found on the OASIS website:
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       Evidence of Compliance with Process Specification(s):                                 08/05/04
C052   Seller must provide with each shipment, objective evidence of compliance to material processes
       specified under this purchase order. Objective evidence may be in the form of, but not limited
       to, material test results, personnel certification, inspection records, and process sheets.
       Manufacturer’s Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code:                         06/01//06
C099   Seller is to provide Manufacturer’s Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code for each
       item. The CAGE code is to be legibly recorded on the Seller’s documentation (e.g., shipper or
       certification). If the manufacturer does not have a CAGE code, this will be annotated on the
       documentation.
       Netherlands International Repair Requirements:                                06/22/05
I006   Contract requires an extra copy of the Certificate of Conformance and Government Source
       Inspection paperwork be forwarded to the Buyer for the DCMA Representative.
       Teardown Report Copies:                                                          04/11/06
I008   Copies of the Teardown Report must accompany items to the Customer.
                                    Quality Clauses for Container Markings
       Mil-STD Marking Requirement:                                                 01/12/07
M009   Item(s) must be marked in accordance with MIL-STD-130 (latest revision, unless otherwise
       specified by P.O.), identification marking of U.S. Military Property.
       Barcoding of Container Required:                                                09/21/09

M015   Barcode all containers unless the Buyer grants deviation.
       Seller must construct barcodes and apply markings as follows:
       Example of barcode data elements:
          A. Purchase Order Number
          B. PO Line Item Number
          C. Packing Sheet Number
          D. Line Item Quantity in Shipment
          E. Total cartons per line items
          F. MSDS Number (only if hazardous)
          G. Manufacturer’s CAGE Code
       Element Requirements:
           Data elements will preferably be in a stacked array. In-line codes may be used if .5 inches
             are maintained between barcodes and proper order is maintained. Do not use MSDS
             barcode if shipment is non-hazardous.
           Barcodes must be readable commercial code 3 of 9.
           Barcodes will be applied by means of labels.
           Barcodes will be a horizontal "picket fence" with minimum height of .5 inches and may not
             contain more than one line item.
           Different barcoded containers containing different line items may be consolidated for
             shipping/handling purposes without barcodes on the consolidation container. Seller must
             mark such containers “Contains Multiple Line Items.” Inside, each container must have
             its own barcode.
           Barcodes must apply to the total quantity of a given line item.
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          If multiple containers are required for one line item, only the first container must be bar-
           coded. Seller must mark all remaining containers in the series with a piece number (i.e., 2
           of 3, 3 of 3, etc.) and the quantity PER BOX shall be marked on each box in human
           readable form.

          If material is "non-markable", (i.e., oily raw stock, etc.) the barcodes may be placed with
M015       the packing list.
          Seller may use separate labels for each barcode in lieu of all barcodes being on one label as
           long as the correct order is maintained.
          Sellers who do not have a barcoding capability may use the FREE LM Barcode Generator
           at the following website:
           https://mfcbastion.external.lmco.com/barcode/barcode.asp
                           Label 1                                          Label 2

                     Purchase Order                                    Purchase Order
                       |||||||||||||||||||||                             ||||||||||||||||||||
                       12345678                                          12345678

                 PO Line Item Number                               PO Line Item Number
                      |||||||||||||||||||||                             ||||||||||||||||||||
                           0001                                              0002


                 Packing Sheet Number                              Packing Sheet Number
                       |||||||||||||||||||||                             |||||||||||||||||||||
                       12345678                                          12345678


              Line Item Qty in Shipment                          Line Item Qty in Shipment
                      |||||||||||||||||||||                              |||||||||||||||||||||
                              50                                                 60


                Total Contains Per Line                            Total Contains Per Line
                       |||||||||||||||||||||                              |||||||||||||||||||||
                                2                                                  3


                       CAGE Code                                         CAGE Code
                        |||||||||||||||||||||                             |||||||||||||||||||||
                           1WL60                                             1WL60




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                                           Quality Clauses for Packaging
       Identification and Packaging Requirement:                                           01/12/07
MP01   Identification and Packaging shall be IAW SAE ARP5316 (latest revision, unless otherwise
       specified by P.O.) Aerospace Recommended Practice for Aerospace Elastomeric Seals and Seal
       Assemblies or equivalent. O-rings shall be packaged individually in hermetically sealed
       envelopes marked with the following information as a minimum: Material Specification, cure
       date by quarter and the year (e.g. 3Q90), Part Number, Manufacturer's Name and lot/batch
       number.
       Electrostatic Discharge Protection:                                                09/21/09
MP02   Components ordered by this purchase order/contract require electrostatic protection and must be
       properly packaged and identified. The packaging must conform to MIL-STD 1686 (latest
       revision) or equivalent as specified for electrostatic sensitive protection with clear markings
       illustrating electrostatic sensitive equipment.

       Marking Requirement:                                                     01/12/07
MP04   DOD marking required in accordance with MIL-STD-129 (latest revision, unless otherwise
       specified by P.O.) marking (Barcoding, RFID, etc).

       Commercial Packaging Requirement:                                           01/12/07
MP08   Item(s) shall be packaged in accordance with Standard Practice for Commercial Packaging
       ASTM D3951 (latest revision, unless otherwise specified by P.O.) or equivalent. Each line item
       must be packaged and marked separately.
              ** Loose fill materials are prohibited in all packages **

       Commercial Packaging Requirement:                                            01/12/07
MP09   Items(s) shall be packaged in accordance with Standard Practice for Commercial Packaging
       ASTM D3951 (latest revision, unless otherwise specified by P.O.) or equivalent. Shipping
       containers shall be marked with two inch letters on two sides with: CF6.
              **Loose fill materials are prohibited in all packages**

       Packaging Requirement of Aluminum and Magnesium products:                     01/12/07
MP12   Standard Practices for Packaging/Packing of Aluminum and Magnesium Products shall be in
       accordance with ASTM B 660-96 (latest revision, unless otherwise specified by P.O.) or
       equivalent.

       Packaging Requirement of Steel products:                                     01/12/07
MP13   Standard Practices for Packaging, Marking, and Loading Methods for Steel Products shall be
       IAW ASTM A 700-99 latest revision, unless otherwise specified by P.O.) or equivalent.

       Packaging Requirement:                                                   09/30/02
MP16   Item(s) shall be packaged in accordance with MIL-STD-2073-1D, 15 DEC 1999. Standard
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                                         Shelf Life Quality Clauses
       Shelf life Requirement:                                                         09/21/09
SL01   Shelf life requirements for manufacturing/cure date shall be legible on each container and
       certificate of conformance with a minimum of 50% useful shelf life remaining upon arrival at
       any Lockheed Martin facility.

       Shelf life Requirement:                                                         09/21/09
SL04   Shelf life requirements for manufacturing/cure date shall be legible on each container and
       certificate of conformance with a minimum of 90% useful shelf life remaining upon arrival at
       any Lockheed Martin facility.

       Shelf life Requirement:                                                      09/21/09
SL05   Shelf life requirements for Age Controls for Hose Containing Age-Sensitive Elastomeric
       Materials shall be in accordance with SAE AS1933 (latest revision).

                                     Customer Flow Down Clauses
       Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) Quality Assurance Provisions (QAP) Inspection
       Requirements
       DSCP Quality Assurance Provision:
DSP1   Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) Quality Assurance Provision (QAP) EQ001
       Applies. QAP may be accessed at: http://www.dscp.dla.mil/gi/prod_services/qaphome.htm

       DSCP Quality Assurance Provision:
DSP2   Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) Quality Assurance Provision (QAP) EQ002
       Applies. QAP may accessed at http://www.dscp.dla.mil/gi/prod_services/qaphome.htm

       DSCP Quality Assurance Provision:
DSP3   Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) Quality Assurance Provision (QAP) EQ003
       Applies. QAP may accessed at http://www.dscp.dla.mil/gi/prod_services/qaphome.htm

       DSCP Quality Assurance Provision:
DSP4   Item(s) shall conform and be traceable to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Qualified
       Sellers List for Manufacture/Distributor (QSLM/QSLD).
       QSLM/QSLD may be accessed at: http://www.dscp.dla.mil/gi/prod_services/qsl.htm/

                               Government First Article Inspection (FAI) Clauses
       Government First Article Approval:
FA01   Government First Article Approval - Contractor Testing Required in accordance with FAR
       52.209-3. First Article Testing (FAT) and approval consists of the Contractor testing and/or
       examining items prior to production on a contract followed by preparation/evaluation of
       attendant test reports.

       Government First Article Approval:
FA02   First Article/Preproduction approval required, government testing. Sample quantity shall consist
       of one (1) each. Testing is for conformance to the drawing and drawing specification to include
       sample part dimensions. See Material Master PO Text for additional data.

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                               Government First Article Inspection (FAI) Clauses
       Government First Article/Preproduction approval clause F0004 Applies:
FA04   Sample size two (2) each. Sample, if approved, will not be returned to the supplier. The testing
       shall consist of verification of conformance to the specified drawings and specifications, to
       include a Fit, Form and Function on the next higher assembly (Aircraft). Sample shall be
       marked "FIRST ARTICLE-DO NOT POST”.

       Government First Article/Preproduction approval clause F0007 Applies:
FA07   First Article/Preproduction Approval Required by Government Testing. Sample Quantity shall
       consist of Two (2) complete units. Testing is for Conformance to Drawing Specifications and
       shall consist of:

       Sample #1:
                      A. Dimensional Verification
                      B. May include Form, Fit and Function
       Sample #2:
                     A. 100% Penetrant Inspection
                     B. Destructive Analysis to determine Material Composition, Heat Treatment,
                        Hardness, and Grain Direction, as Applicable.
       Sample shall be marked "FIRST ARTICLE-DO NOT POST".

       Government First Article/Preproduction approval clause F0010 Applies:
FA10   First Article/Preproduction Approval Required by Government Testing. Testing is for
       Conformance to Drawing Specifications and shall include:
          A. Dimensional Verification
          B. Destructive Analysis of one (1) unit to determine Material Plating, Material Grade,
             Composition, Heat Treatment and Hardness.
          C. Fit, Form and Function of One (1) Unit.

       Government First Article/Preproduction approval clause F0012 Applies:
FA12   First Article/Preproduction Approval Required by Government Testing. Testing is for
       Conformance to Drawing Specifications and shall consist of:
          A. Fit, Form and Function
          B. 100% Penetrant Inspection
       Sample shall be marked "FIRST ARTICLE-DO NOT POST”

       Government First Article/Preproduction approval clause F0015 Applies:
FA15   First Article/Preproduction Approval Required by Government Testing. Sample size 1 each.
       Sample, if approved will not be returned to the contractor. The testing shall consist verification
       of conformance to the specified drawings and specifications, to include a Fit, Form and
       Function on the next higher assembly (Aircraft).
       Sample shall be marked "FIRST ARTICLE-DO NOT POST”.




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                   Global Sustainment Quality Clause Conversion Chart
                                    Revision 2009-09
                                As of: 21 September 2009


                                         Government Quality Clauses
       Government Source Inspection:                                                09/21/09
       Government Source Inspection (GSI) is required prior to shipment from your plant. Upon
G001   receipt of this order, promptly notify the Government Representative who normally services
       your plant so that appropriate planning for Government inspection can be accomplished prior to
       commencement of work.

       For REPAIR CONTRACTS GSCS shall prepare and furnish a DD250 to the Seller. The Seller
       must have the DD250 completed and signed by a Government Source Inspector prior to
       shipment of part(s) from their facility. On all other contracts the QAR may countersign the
       Seller’s Certificate of Conformance certifying that the goods and services have been subjected
       to Government Quality Assurance and are considered to comply with the applicable purchase
       order.
       You are required to provide reasonable access for the QAR to any drawings, documents, and
       inspection equipment at any point in the manufacturing process.

       When requesting Government Source inspections for Global Supply Chain Services in
       Johnstown, PA, please follow these instructions;
              1.    Fill-in all required information in Form S17.1 Rev. N/C
              2.    email form to (CLS-Supplier.Support@lmco.com) or fax to 1-814-262-4522

       Failure to comply with this requirement may result in a rejection affecting your quality rating

       Copies of form S17.1 N/C can be obtained at website:

              LM Source Inspection and/or Wide Area Work Flow Request Form (WAWF DD250)
       Asbestos Free:                                                                    09/23/03
G003   No asbestos as defined in FED-STD-313 is permitted in this item.

       DLA Defense Supply Center Richmond Quality Clause A0009 Applies:                  09/23/03
G009   All Class 3A and 3B threads shall be gaged IAW application category "Safety Critical Threads"
       for MIL-STD-8879 or MIL-S-7742 unless otherwise specified. The above excludes self-locking
       nuts and internal threads smaller than .190” dia. and external threads smaller than .138” dia.

       DLA Defense Supply Center Richmond Quality Clause CS187 Applies:                    09/23/03
G187   "Class I Ozone depleting chemicals are not to be used nor incorporated in any items to be
       delivered under this contract. This prohibition supersedes all specification requirements but
       does not alleviate any product requirements. Substitute chemicals must be submitted for
       approval unless they are authorized by the specification requirements."




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