Statement of Work For Nitrogen Generator Maintenance RAF Mildenhall by jasonpeters

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									                                       Statement of Work
                                              For
                                 Nitrogen Generator Maintenance
                                         RAF Mildenhall

1.0 SCOPE: Contractor shall provide all tools, equipment, materials, labor and transportation
    necessary to provide a full service plan on one (1) nitrogen generator: MAXI PLUS112 N2
    Serial Number: 04MP0019, Mfr: Parker Hannifin Ltd.

2.0 SCHEDULED VISITS: The contractor shall provide a comprehensive mainentance and
    repair plan of the generator listed above. The service plan shall include two site visits
    annually – one being a diagnostic check and the other being an annual service. The machine
    will be fully tested and repaired as necessary, ensuring that at all times the manufacturers
    performance specifications are met. The contractor shall inspect the overall operation and
    condition of the nitrogen generator and report all findings accordingly. The annual service
    will be carried out as indicated in the IOMI(s) to including changing the silencers, inlet/outlet
    filters, and analyzer/cell re-calibration (when applicable).

3.0 REPORTS: The contractor shall submit a comprehensive report of the services
    accomplished upon completion of each visit.

4.0 EMERGENCY REPAIRS: As part of the annual service plan, the contractor shall provide
    breakdown coverage. The contractor is responsible for the rectification of the equipment at
    no additional charge to the US Government to include all parts and labor.

5.0 WASTE: All waste disposal will be the responsibility of the US Government.

6.0 INVOICING: The contractor shall submit a serparate invoice for each visit after work is
    completed. All invoices must be submitted within 30 days of each visit and must be
    completed electronically via Wide Area Workflow (WAWF).

       6.1 Central Contractor Registration (CCR): In order to invoice electronically via
           WAWF, the contractor must be registered in CCR in accordance with clause 52.204-7
           and 52.232-33. This can be completed at http://www.ccr.gov/Start.aspx Should any
           problems or issues with registration occur, the contractor must contact the designated
           contract administrator in a timely manner.

       6.2 Wide Area Workflow (WAWF): All invoices for this contract must be submitted
           through WAWF in accordance with clause 252.232-7003. Registration in WAWF is
           dependant upon registration in CCR. After the contractor’s CCR registration is
           completed, they shall register in WAWF at https://wawf.eb.mil/ Should any
           problems or issues regarding registration occur, the contractor must contact the
           designated contract administrator in a timely manner. Failure of the contractor to
           register in WAWF before the first invoice is billed or submit subsequent invoices
           through WAWF will result in late payment for which the US Government is not
           liable.

								
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