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					                                                        BPA

                                        Vehicle Window Repair Scenario #1

TASK: Procure vehicle window relacement.

OBJECTIVE: Recognize a decentralized BPA is needed to accomplish vehicle window replacements


SITUATION: The base transportation office has determined that many of the base vehicles have received broken
windows. Trans does not have a good grasp on exactly how many windows will be required to be replaced due to the
fact that many squadrons have not reported all the damage. There are many phone lines down preventing
communication between vehicle operators, VCO’s and Trans.


SCRIPT: See attached scripts; The Transportation Sgt will enter into the CCO office unprepared. The CCO must
recognize that the Transportation Sgt needs to return with more information to complete the decentralized BPA. Once
the Transportation Sgt returns with the needed information, the CCO should make contact with contractors for quotes.
The transportation commander should enter into the CCO office between contractor quotes asking about why there are
delays into getting the BPA established and demand an explanation. Safety is the commander’s top concern.


PROPS: Memorandum from Transportation, Contractor Quotes, Order Officer Letter

ROLL PLAYERS: Transportation Sgt, Trans Commander, Commander, (Contractor can be played by EET)




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                                               EVALUATOR’S COPY

                                          ―VHICLE BROKEN WINDOWS‖

BASE NAME:_________________________

ACTION: The base transportation office has determined that many of the base vehicles have received broken windows.
LRS does not have a good grasp on exactly how many windows will be required to be replaced due to the fact that
many squadrons have not reported all the damage. There are many phone lines down preventing communication
between vehicle operators, VCO’s and LRS.

SITUATION: Scenario has just been completed and the CCO should have determined that a BPA is the most
preferred method of handling the requirement for bottled drinking water.

SCRIPT: Provide the attached information to the CCO: 2 suggested sources, 2 vendor price list, and appropriate
letters). CCO should use AF Form 9 vs. AF Form 616.

RESULTS: CCO should ask pertinent questions about the procurement and learn enough about the requirement to
recommend a BPA. After determining that a BPA would be most appropriate, the CCO should educate the customer in
the area of the BPA’s proper use and what documents are required to get one established IAW AFFARS 5313.290. The
CCO should establish a proper BPA.

BPA should be compltet: Agreement, pricelist/schedule, call log, Ordering Officer Appt Letter from transportation

TIME: 30 MIN

PROPS: Transportation Memorandum, Contractor Quotes, Order Officer Letter,

SCORE:

______: 10 PTS        1) Did the CCO ask enough pertinent questions to determine that a
                      BPA was most appropriate?

______: 20 PTS        2) Was the customer instructed on how a BPA works?

______: 10 PTS        3) Was the customer told what is needed to set up the BPA or
                      other instrument (personnel authorized to place calls, funding, item
                      description, delivery instructions/schedules, etc.)?

______: 10 PTS        4) Was the BPA, properly prepared, ready for pickup at the
                      appointed time?

______: 10PTS         5) Were the price lists approved?

______: 10PTS         6) Were instruction/appointment letters prepared for the user?

______: 10PTS         7) Were instruction/appointment letters prepared for the vendor?

________: TOTALS

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                                           Vehicle Window Replacement Requirement
                                                         Roll Players

(Transportation Sgt) ―Howdy, my name is SSgt Crackle from transportation and I need to place orders for broken vehicle
windows. We don’t really have a grasp on exactly how many windows need replacing nor do we know the size of the windows
since the military owns several different models and makes of vehicles. Currently transportation is unable to contact individual
units due to the fact that communication lines are down. It is a real bear trying to get in contact with the vehicle control officers.
What I do know is that the commander wants to make sure that windows are replaced ASAP. As transportation finds out the
status of the vehicles the commander wants top priority to replace the windows due to safety reasons. What do you recommend I
do?

If the CCO doesn’t recognize a BPA needs to be done then say, ―I heard something about a BPA do you think that would be
appropriate in this case?‖ (The requirement will be indefinite and the quantity will fluctuate.)

If the CCO suggests a BPA then ask how a BPA works

If the CCO doesn’t recognize that a Decentralized BPA would be most appropriate then say, ―It sure would be nice not to have to
come over here every time I needed to replace or repair a window. Is there any possible way that I can place the orders directly
with the contractor, without having to come through the contracting office?

CCO should request a price list and appt letter from customer.

                                                              --NEXT—

(Transportation Sgt) ―Here is the information you asked for. The commander decided that transportation could handle window
replacement for unique vehicles such as tractors. Included in the packet is information for all 4x4’s and commander vehicles.

Only provide the CCO with a price list and/or appt letter if he asked for it from the previous meeting.

You want to ensure you have adequate backup vendors to supply this item. Make it clear that you want a BPA to be
established with each vendor.

After answering all the CCO’s questions, provide the CCO with cue card stating what time you will be back to pick the BPA(s)
up.

CCO INFORMATION CARD

You have just been given everything you need to prepare BPAs. Someone will be back on Day 1, at 1600 to pick up the
completed BPAs. Please have them ready on time.

                                                              --NEXT—

CCO should call and verify contractor’s price list and when the contractor can replace windows.

                                                              --NEXT—

(Transportation Commander) Where in the hell is my BPA for the windows. (Give urgency explanation) I already had one guy
slice his arm open on a passenger window. The driver of the vehicle decided to roll up the passenger electric window when the
passenger had his arm hanging over the open window. When the broken window rolled up the glass sliced his arm. I told you this
was a safety hazard and now I am down one transportation mechanic. I hope to be making calls be by tomorrow at 0900 at the
latest.

                                                              --NEXT--


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(Contractors) When the CCO calls the contractor should state that the pricelist/schedule is valid for 30 days. Prices may change
in the near future.




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MEMORANDUM FOR WHOM IT MAY CONCERN                                                     6 JAN 07

SUBJECT: Broken Vehicle Windows


1. Due to the local disaster, many government vehicles have received broken windows.

2. . Listed below are sources for window repair/replacement:

       a. Broken Glass
          623 OBIOMA STREET
          Disaster City, Florida
           PHONE: 478-6521

       b. Safety Glass
          233 CAS STREET
          Disaster City, Florida
          PHONE: 548-6621

3. Please direct any questions to the undersigned at 766-1236




                                            GREG CRACKLE, MSgt, USAF
                                            NCOIC, Transportation




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                                          VEHICLE BROKEN WINDOW




FROM: TRANS/CC

SUBJECT: Individuals authorized to place calls against BPA for vehicle window replacement.

TO: Contracting Office

1. Request a Blanket Purchase Agreement for vehicle window replacement be established since there are multiple
vehicles on base with hazardous fragmented broken glass. The wing commander has declared vehicles with broken
windows unsafe to drive. Furthermore, I request the following individuals be authorized to place calls against the BPA
up to the monetary limitations stated below:

       Greg Crackle, MSGT, USAF           $2,500
       JOE SMOE, TSGT, USAF              $2,500
       John Spider, SSGT, USAF           $2,500

2. If you have any questions concerning this request, please contact me at 2-2233.




                                     GLASSY EYE, Major, USAF
                                     Commander, Transportation




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                                                  PROP
                                      VEHICLE WINDOW REQUIREMENT
                                            QUOTE/PRICE LIST


FROM: Broken Glass
       623 OBIOMA STREET
       Disaster City, Florida
        PHONE: 478-6521

TO: CONTRACTING OFFICE


I agree to repair/replace windows for the following vehicles:

Make/Model                           Windows                                    Price

DODGE Truck all years                Front Windshield                           $150
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $100
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $100
                                     Rear Window                                $125

FORD Truck all years                 Front Windshield                           $140
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $90
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $90
                                     Rear Window                                $115


CHEVY Truck all years                Front Windshield                           $155
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $105
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $105
                                     Rear Window                                $130


Dodge Stratus (Wing CC Vehicle)      Front Windshield                           $125
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $75
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $75
                                     Rear Window                                $100

Repair for Safety Glass              Glass Repair (For each spider crack)       $25




MR BELLY
OWNER




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                                                  PROP
                                      VEHICLE WINDOW REQUIREMENT
                                            QUOTE/PRICE LIST


FROM: Safety Glass
      233 CAS STREET
      Disaster City, Florida
      PHONE: 548-6621


TO: CONTRACTING OFFICE


I agree to repair/replace windows for the following vehicles:

Make/Model                           Windows                                    Price

DODGE Truck all years                Front Windshield                           $155
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $105
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $105
                                     Rear Window                                $130

FORD Truck all years                 Front Windshield                           $145
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $95
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $95
                                     Rear Window                                $120


CHEVY Truck all years                Front Windshield                           $150
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $100
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $100
                                     Rear Window                                $135


Dodge Stratus (Wing CC Vehicle)      Front Windshield                           $120
                                     Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)   $80
                                     Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)    $80
                                     Rear Window                                $105

Repair for Safety Glass              Glass Repair (For each spider crack)       $25




MR CAMEL JOCKEY
OWNER




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                                                        BPA

                                        Vehicle Window Repair Scenario #2

TASK: Process contractor invoice, inspect BPA call register.

OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate BPA administration

SITUATION: The Trans officer is bringing in the contractor to get paid.


SCRIPT: The contractor & customer enter the contracting office requesting payment for the vehicle window
repair/replacement that was recently performed.


PROPS: Funding Doc, Invoice, Call Register

ROLL PLAYERS: Transportation Sgt, (Contractor can be played by EET)




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                                             EVALUATOR’S COPY

                                    ―VEHICLE WINDOW REQUIREMENT‖


BASE NAME:_________________________


ACTION: During the scenario, the CCO was instructed to have a BPA(s) ready for pickup by __________________.
The CCO was provided all pertinent information and letters requested during the previous scenario.

RESULTS: CCO should have prepared 2 BPA’s with all supporting documentation and distributed the copies to the
appropriate activities. The contractors invoice is wrong. The CCO should have the contractor submit a corrected
invoice. Proceed to process payment through finance.

PROPS: Call register, Contractors Invoice, Funding Doc

TIME: As designated on Cue Card

SCORE:


_____: 20 PTS    1) Did the CCO have a completed file to present to FM so they could
                    make payment. (FM will need the SF 1449 and letter authorizing
                    individuals to place calls.)

_____: 15 PTS    2) Did the CCO verify that the vendor and customer had all required
                    documents needed to make payment prior to referring them to FM?

_____: 5 PTS     2) Did the CCO verify the amount of the invoice and have the
                    contractor resubmit a corrected invoice for payment?

________: TOTAL




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                                               ROLE PLAYER’S COPY

                                      ―VEHICLE WINDOW REQUIREMENT‖


SITUATION: The contractor & customer enter the contracting office requesting payment for the vehicle window
repair/replacement that was recently performed.

SCRIPT: Customer: ― Hi, I’m here with Mr. Belly from Broken Glass, and I need to see about getting him paid for the
vehicle window repair/replacement that he recently performed. He really rushed the order for us due to the emergency
nature of the repairs and I would like to get him paid so he continues do business with us. Here is my call register and
his invoice.‖

INSTRUCTIONS: CCO must distribute the BPA as appropriate
              Answer all question the CCO might have




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                                                PROP
                                       VEHICLE WINDOW REQUIREMENT



                                                INVOICE #1


Broken Glass
623 Obioma Street
Kashmir India


Request a payment in the amount of $1080.00 be processed to Broken Glass. Reference BPA number
________________________, Calls 0001 through 0006.


CALL 0001    DODGE Truck all years              Front Windshield                                 $155
     0002    FORD Truck all years               Front Windshield                                 $145
     0003    FORD Truck all years               Front Windshield                                 $145
     0004    Dodge Stratus (Wing CC Vehicle)    Front Windshield                                 $120
                                                Driver/Passenger 1st Door Window (Front)         $80
                                                Driver/Passenger 2nd Door Window (Rear)          $80
                                                Rear Window                                      $105
      0005   CHEVY Truck all years              Front Windshield                                 $150
      0006   Repair for Safety Glass            Glass Repair (For each spider crack) ($25/5ea)   $100

                                                                                    TOTAL        $1080.00




                                                                      Belly Button
                                                                      President/Owner




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                                                                                                                 NO.
                                       REQUEST FOR PURCHASE                                                   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
INSTALLATION                                                                                                     DATE
Disaster                                                                                                         Today
 TO: CONTRACTING OFFICER                                                                                         CLASS
     Deployed Contracting Activity
 THROUGH:                                                                                                        CONTRACT, PURCHASE ORDER
                                                                                                                 OR DELIVERY ORDER NO.
Deployed Finance Activity
 FROM: (Insert RC/CC, If applicable)
Transportation
             IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES ENUMERATED BELOW AND IN THE ATTACHED LIST, BE
PURCHASED FOR                                      FOR DELIVERY TO                                          NOT LATER THAN
Trans                                              Trans                                                         Yesterday
                                                                                                             ESTIMATED UNIT          ESTIMATED
 ITEM           DESCRIPTION OF MATERIAL OR SERVICES TO BE PURCHASED                   QUANTITY      UNIT          PRICE              TOTAL COST

 1          Request the establishment of a BPA(s) for vehicle window                     1          Lot       $30,000.00         $30,000.00
            repair/replacement

            Suggested Sources:


            1. Broken Glass
               233 Cas Street
               Disaster City, Florida
               Phone: 548-6621

            2. Safety Glass
               623 Obioma Street
               Disaster City, Florida
               Phone: 559-9857




                                                                                                                         TOTAL     $100,000.00
PURPOS
E
             Vehicle window repair/replacement
DATE                       TYPED NAME AND GRADE OF REQUESTING OFFICIAL                SIGNATURE
                                                                                      Greg Crackle
                                                                                      TELEPHONE
Today                      Greg Crackle, MSgt, USAF
                           Trans Squadron                                             2-2222
DATE                       TYPED NAME AND GRADE OF APPROVING OFFICIAL                 SIGNATURE

                                  Major, USAF
                           GLASSY EYE
                                                                                      Glassy Eye
 Today                                                                                TELEPHONE
                           Commander, TRANS
                                                                                      2-2233
  I certify that the supplies and services listed above and in the attached list are properly chargeable to the following allotments, the available
  balances of which are sufficient to cover the cost thereof, and the funds have been committed.
ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION                                                                                   AMOUNT
     5723400 302 6522 203456 592 876000 (HK)                                                                 $   100,000.00
DATE                       TYPED NAME AND GRADE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL                SIGNATURE

           Today                G. Money, TSgt, USAF                                  G. Money
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BPA Number:                                      Month:
Company
Name:         Broken Glass                       Fiscal Year:

                                                    BEGINNING           U.S. Dollars
                                                 FUNDING BALANCE         $
                                                                        30,000.00
                                                           Call Sheet
                                                              Total
  Call                       Ordering Officers               Amount       Balance
 Number        Order Date         Name                        (U.S.)       (U.S.)
                                                            $            $
          1                       Crackle                  155.00       29,845.00
                                                            $            $
          2                       Crackle                  145.00       29,700.00
                                                            $            $
          3                       Crackle                  145.00       29,555.00
                                                            $            $
          4                       Crackle                  120.00       29,435.00
                                                            $            $
          5                       Crackle                  80.00        29,355.00
                                                            $            $
                                  Crackle                  80.00        29,275.00
                                                            $            $
                                  Crackle                  105.00       29,170.00
                                                            $            $
                                  Crackle                  150.00       29,020.00
                                                            $            $
          6                       Crackle        5ea       125.00       28,895.00




                                                            $            $
                                      TOTALS               1,080.00     28,895.00
                         ~~~ Ordering Officer's Review ~~~
              Signature:                                    Date:
              ________________________________________     ________________________




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                                          STATEMENTS OF WORK (SOW)
                                                                                      VEHICLE Window Repair


SECTION 1

GENERAL

1.1 SCOPE OF WORK. The contractor shall vehicle window repair/replacement in accordance with this Blanket
Purchase Agreement (BPA).

1.2 POINTS OF CONTACT. The contractor will provide points of contact within his company to interface with the
contract representative on issues concerning window repair. Names, business address, phone numbers, and hours of
operation are the minimum information requirements. Arrangements for contacting the contractor's points of contact
after normal business hours should also be made.


SECTION 2

DEFINITIONS

2.1 TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS PECULIAR TO THIS SOW.

2.1.1 Acceptance inspection - An inspection shall be performed on all vehicles after service. This inspection shows the
overall condition of the windows. Discrepancies must be fixed before putting the vehicle in service, if use of the
vehicle would aggravate the problem or if the discrepancy creates a safety hazard.

2.1.2 Accident repairs - Repairs required as a result of collision; regardless of whether the object collided with a
vehicle, or whether the vehicle requiring repairs was the moving unit.

2.1.3 Criminal act - A violation of a civil law.


SECTION 3

GOVERNMENT FURNISHED ITEMS AND SERVICES

3.1 None

SECTION 4

CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SERVICES

4.1 GENERAL. Contractor shall provide new windows for vehicles or repair that makes the windows like.

4.1.1 Insurance. The contractor will carry insurance to cover the cost for replacement windows that may come loose,
leak or crack from existing repair.

4.1.2 Records. The contractor should maintain records of transactions with the US Government and, upon request,
make such records available to properly designated contract representatives within a reasonable period of time.

4.2 VEHICLES. The following minimum criteria shall be met at the time of the acceptance inspection:

4.2.1 Condition. Both the exterior and the interior of the windows must be free of excessive soil and free of damage.

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4.2.2 Safety Items. Each vehicle windows must meet all host nation safety requirements and have, as a minimum, the
following safety features: safety glass for front windshields.

4.3 SERVICES. The following services shall be provided by the contractor:

4.3.1 Maintenance. The contractor shall perform replacement/repair on base or at designated facilities. He will
provide all parts, labor, and expertise necessary to complete required maintenance tasks. The cost of parts and labor for
maintenance on damages resulting from operator negligence may be submitted through the contracting officer for
consideration of payment.

4.3.2 Recovery. Upon proper notification, the contractor will repair/replace vehicle windows. This service should be
available 24 hours a day. If the recovery service is not available 24 hours a day, alternatives must be negotiated and
agreed to by the contract representatives.

52.252-2 CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (IAW FAR 52.107(b))
            (FEB 1998) Blank is completed as follows:
             http://farsite.hill.af.mil

                                              52.212-5 -- Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or
                                              Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (May 2001)
As prescribed in 12.301 (b)(4), insert the following clause:

Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (May
                                                 2001)

   (a) The Contractor shall comply with the following FAR clauses, which are incorporated in this contract by
   reference, to implement provisions of law or executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items:

       (1) 52.222-3 , Convict Labor (E.O.11755).
       (2) 52.233-3 , Protest after Award (31 U.S.C.3553).

   (b) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (b) that the Contracting Officer has
   indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders
   applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components:

   [Contracting Officer must check as appropriate.]

       _X_ (1) 52.203-6 , Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with Alternate I (41 U.S.C.253g and
       10 U.S.C.2402).

       ___ (2) 52.219-3 , Notice of HUBZone Small Business Set-Aside (Jan 1999).

       ___ (3) 52.219-4 , Notice of Price Evaluation Preference for HUBZone Small Business Concerns (Jan 1999) (if
       the offeror elects to waive the preference, it shall so indicate in its offer).

       ___ (4)

              ____(i)

              ____(ii)

              ____(iii) 52.219-5 , Very Small Business Set-Aside (Pub.L.103-403, section 304, Small Business
              Reauthorization and Amendments Act of 1994).


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      Alternate I to 52.219-5 .


      Alternate II to 52.219-5 .

___ (5) 52.219-8 , Utilization of Small Business Concerns (15 U.S.C.637 (d)(2) and (3)).

___ (6) 52.219-9 , Small Business Subcontracting Plan (15 U.S.C.637(d)(4)).

___ (7) 52.219-14 , Limitations on Subcontracting (15 U.S.C.637(a)(14)).

___ (8)

      (i) 52.219-23 , Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns
      (Pub.L.103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C.2323) (if the offeror elects to waive the adjustment, it shall so
      indicate in its offer).

      (ii) ____Alternate I of 52.219-23 .

____(9) 52.219-25 , Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program -- Disadvantaged Status and Reporting
(Pub.L.103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C.2323).

____(10) 52.219-26 , Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program -- Incentive Subcontracting
(Pub.L.103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C.2323).

___ (11) 52.222-21 , Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999).

___ (12) 52.222-26 , Equal Opportunity (E.O.11246).

___ (13) 52.222-35 , Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38
U.S.C.4212).

___ (14) 52.222-36 , Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (29 U.S.C.793).

___ (15) 52.222-37 , Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38
U.S.C.4212).

_X_ (16) 52.222-19 , Child Labor -- Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (E.O.13126).

___ (17)

      ___ (i) 52.223-9 , Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated Products (42
      U.S.C.6962(c)(3)(A)(ii)).

      ___ (ii) Alternate I of 52.223-9 (42 U.S.C.6962(i)(2)(C)).

___ (18) 52.225-1 , Buy American Act – Balance of Payments Program – Supplies (41 U.S.C.10a-10d).

___ (19)

      ____(i) 52.225-3 , Buy American Act -- North American Free Trade Agreement -- Israeli Trade Act --
      Balance of Payments Program (41 U.S.C.10a-10d, 19 U.S.C.3301 note, 19 U.S.C.2112 note).


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         ____(ii) Alternate I of 52.225-3 .

         ____(iii) Alternate II of 52.225-3 .

   ___ (20) 52.225-5 , Trade Agreements (19 U.S.C.2501, et seq., 19 U.S.C.3301 note).

   __ (21) 52.225-13 , Restriction on Certain Foreign Purchases (E.O.12722, 12724, 13059, 13067, 13121, and
   13129).

   ___ (22) 52.225-15 , Sanctioned European Union Country End Products (E.O. 12849).

   ___ (23) 52.225-16 , Sanctioned European Union Country Services (E.O.12849).

   ___ (24) 52.232-33 , Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer -- Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C.3332).

   _X_ (25) 52.232-34 , Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer -- Other than Central Contractor Registration (31
   U.S.C.3332).

   ___ (26) 52.232-36 , Payment by Third Party (31 U.S.C.3332).

   ___ (27) 52.239-1 , Privacy or Security Safeguards (5 U.S.C.552a).

   ___ (28)

         ___ (i) 52.247-64 , Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels (46 U.S.C.1241).

         ___ (ii) Alternate I of 52.247-64 .

(c) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (c), applicable to commercial services,
which the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement
provisions of law or executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components:

[Contracting Officer check as appropriate.]

   ___ (1) 52.222-41 , Service Contract Act of 1965, As Amended (41 U.S.C.351, et seq.).

   ___ (2) 52.222-42 , Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires (29 U.S.C.206 and 41 U.S.C.351, et seq.).

   ___ (3) 52.222-43 , Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and
   Option Contracts) (29 U.S.C.206 and 41 U.S.C.351, et seq.).

   ___ (4) 52.222-44 , Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (29 U.S.C.206 and 41
   U.S.C.351, et seq.).

   ___ (5) 52.222-47 , SCA Minimum Wages and Fringe Benefits Applicable to Successor Contract Pursuant to
   Predecessor Contractor Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) (41 U.S.C.351, et seq.).

(d) Comptroller General Examination of Record. The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of this paragraph
(d) if this contract was awarded using other than sealed bid, is in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold, and
does not contain the clause at 52.215-2 , Audit and Records -- Negotiation.




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   (1) The Comptroller General of the United States, or an authorized representative of the Comptroller General,
   shall have access to and right to examine any of the Contractor’s directly pertinent records involving transactions
   related to this contract.

   (2) The Contractor shall make available at its offices at all reasonable times the records, materials, and other
   evidence for examination, audit, or reproduction, until 3 years after final payment under this contract or for any
   shorter period specified in FAR Subpart 4.7, Contractor Records Retention, of the other clauses of this contract.
   If this contract is completely or partially terminated, the records relating to the work terminated shall be made
   available for 3 years after any resulting final termination settlement. Records relating to appeals under the
   disputes clause or to litigation or the settlement of claims arising under or relating to this contract shall be made
   available until such appeals, litigation, or claims are finally resolved.

   (3) As used in this clause, records include books, documents, accounting procedures and practices, and other data,
   regardless of type and regardless of form. This does not require the Contractor to create or maintain any record
   that the Contractor does not maintain in the ordinary course of business or pursuant to a provision of law.

(e) Notwithstanding the requirements of the clauses in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) or (d) of this clause, the Contractor is
not required to include any FAR clause, other than those listed below (and as may be required by an addenda to this
paragraph to establish the reasonableness of prices under Part 15), in a subcontract for commercial items or
commercial components --

   (1) 52.222-26 , Equal Opportunity (E.O.11246);

   (2) 52.222-35 , Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C.4212);

   (3) 52.222-36 , Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (29 U.S.C.793)

   (4) 52.247-64 , Preference for Privately-Owned U.S.- Flag Commercial Vessels (46 U.S.C.1241) (flow down not
   required for subcontracts awarded beginning May 1, 1996); and

   (5) 52.222-41 , Service Contract Act of 1965, As Amended (41 U.S.C.351, et seq.).                  (End of Clause)




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                                                    THE SCHEDULE

1. DESCRIPTION OF AGREEMENT: The supplier shall furnish supplies or services, if and when requested by the
   Contracting Officer (or the authorized representative of the Contracting Officer). SERVICES/SUPPLIES to be
   furnished: Contractor is to provide all transportation, plant, labor, materials and equipment to provide Vehicle
   Window Repair/Replacement. These items are in support of Disaster Air Base for the Area of Responsibility
   (AOR) units in Florida in accordance with the attached Statement of Work/Performance Work Statement and the
   Pre-Approved Price List. Period of performance for subject Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) is 12 Jan 05 to 12
   Jan 06.

2. EXTENT OF OBLIGATION: The Government is only obligated to the extent of authorized calls actually placed
   against this BPA by authorized personnel, against authorized line items.

3. PRICING: The prices charged the United States Government shall be as low as those charged the supplier’s most
   favored customer for comparable quantities under similar terms and conditions.

4. PURCHASE LIMITATION: The limitation for each individual purchase under this BPA shall be identified by an
   authorized letter. The authorization letter will identify the person’s name, rank, unit and maximum call limitation

5. NOTICE OF INDIVIDUALS AUTHORIZED TO PURCHASE UNDER THE BPA AND DOLLAR
   LIMITATIONS BY TITLE OF POSITION OR NAME: A list of individuals authorized to purchase under the
   BPA, identified either by title of position, or by name of the individual, or by organizational component, and the
   limitation purchase for each position title or individual, shall be furnished to the supplier by the Contracting Officer.

6. METHOD OF PLACING CALLS: Calls against this agreement will generally be made orally or by electronic
   means, (i.e. facsimile) if convenient.

7. COMPLETION DATE FOR CALLS: The completion date for calls will be established at the time a call is placed
   with the contractor unless delivery terms are specified by the contractor in addition to his pricing.

8. DELIVERY TICKETS: All shipments under this agreement shall be accomplished by delivery tickets or sales
   slips which shall contain the following minimum information:

       a.   Name of supplier
       b.   BPA Number
       c.   Date of purchase
       d.   Call Number
       e.   Itemized list of supplies or services furnished identified by line item number.
       f.   Quantity, unit price, and extension of each item, less applicable discounts.
       g.   Date of delivery or shipment
       h.   Person placing the call

9. INVOICES: A summary invoice shall be submitted at least monthly or upon expiration of this BPA, whichever
   occurs first, for all deliveries made during a billing period. The invoice shall identify the delivery tickets covered
   therein, stating their total amount, and supported by receipted copies of the delivery tickets. The invoice shall be
   submitted to the customer or the Contracting Office for review and payment.

10. PAYMENTS: Pursuant to paragraph 9, entitled ―INVOICES‖, payment will be made monthly on all calls placed by
    authorized personnel and completed by the vendor during the given period. Payment will be made in local currency
    by check or electronic funds transfer.

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11. CANCELLATION OF BPA: The United States Government reserves the unilateral right to cancel this BPA with
    a written notice to the contractor.

12. BASE PASSES: Permission for contractor personnel and vehicles to enter the installation is subject to approval of
    the US Military. The contractor is responsible for obtaining and maintaining passes for all employees and vehicles
    necessary to complete the work requirements. Passes required by the US Military authorities for entrance to the
    military installation must be obtained prior to beginning work under this BPA, and must be renewed prior to their
    expiration dates so as to prevent a lapse in service. THE FAILURE OF THE CONTRACTOR TO RENEW
    PASSES IN SUFFICIENT TIME TO PREVENT THEIR EXPIRATION, SHALL NOT BE DEEMED AN
    ACCEPTABLE DELAY FOR COMPLETION OF THE WORK REQUIREMENTS UNDER THIS BPA.

13. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: All vehicles shall be covered with the greater of either the minimum insurance
    required by local laws or military installation requirements.

14. PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED TO PLACE CALLS:

   a. Personnel authorized to place calls against this BPA shall be identified on an Authorization Letter signed by the
      Contracting Officer. The letter shall identify the rank, name, unit, and US dollar/Qatar Riyal limitation of
      persons authorized to place calls against this BPA. A call SHALL NOT EXCEED the call limitation without
      the Contracting Officers approval. The supplies/services listed in the approved price list or schedule shall be the
      only items that can be ordered in accordance with this BPA.
   b. Personnel placing calls shall identify themselves with their name, unit, and BPA number along with a call
      number identified on authorization letter approved by the Contracting Officer. DO NOT ACCEPT calls from
      anyone who is not listed on this authorization letter. Services performed on calls from anyone other than
      personnel listed on the authorization letter are accomplished at the vendors/contractors own risk.




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