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      DESIGN AND ENGINEERING SUPPORT PROGRAM (DESP)

           CONTRACTUAL ENGINEERING TASK (CET)

                                  To

              Develop Unigraphics CAD Lofted Surfaces
                       For A-10A/C Aircraft




                             02 Sep 2008




                                 Prepared by:
                 Richard Billings, OO-ALC/538 ACSG/ENC
                            6057 Box Elder Lane
                         Hill AFB, UT 84056-5811
                               (801)586-2899


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                                                                   Contents

Contents .......................................................................................................................................... 2
1    INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 4
  1.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................. 4
     1.1.1 Loft Books ..................................................................................................................... 4
     1.1.2 Master Loft Surfaces ...................................................................................................... 4
  1.2 Scope ................................................................................................................................ 4
     1.2.1 Engineering Phases...................................................................................................... 4
2      REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................ 6
3      REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 7
  3.1 Phase I: Loft Plan and Data Entry (FUNDED TASK).................................................... 7
     3.1.1 Loft Plan....................................................................................................................... 7
     3.1.2 Data Entry.................................................................................................................... 8
     3.1.3 Validation Plan ............................................................................................................ 8
  3.2 Phase II: Develop A-10 Fuselage Master Loft Surfaces (UNFUNDED ADDITIONAL
  TASK) ......................................................................................................................................... 9
     3.2.1 3-D Surface Models of Fuselage.................................................................................... 9
  3.3 Phase III: Generate A-10 Empennage Master Loft Surfaces (UNFUNDED
  ADDITIONAL TASK) ............................................................................................................. 10
     3.3.1. 3-D Surface Models of Empennage ............................................................................ 10
  3.4 Phase IV: Generate A-10 Nacelle Master Loft Surfaces (UNFUNDED ADDITIONAL
  TASK) ....................................................................................................................................... 11
     3.4.1 3-D Surface Models of Nacelle................................................................................... 11
4      PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE AND DELIVERY SCHEDULE ................................... 11
  4.1 Period of Performance .................................................................................................... 11
  4.2 Delivery Schedule .......................................................................................................... 12
  4.3 Program Management ........................................................................................................ 12
     4.3.1 Single Manager ............................................................................................................ 12
     4.3.2 Monthly Status Report (MSR) ..................................................................................... 13
  4.4 Government Inspection and Acceptance of Deliverables .............................................. 14
5      SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS ....................................................................................... 15
  5.1 Security........................................................................................................................... 15
  5.2 Access to Facilities and Property ................................................................................... 15
  5.3 Government Furnished Equipment, Materials, and Software ........................................ 15
  5.4 Government Program and Contract Management .......................................................... 15
     5.4.1 Government Program Management .......................................................................... 15
     5.4.2 Government Contract Management .......................................................................... 16
  5.5 Government Provided Office Space ............................................................................... 16
6      TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................... 16
7      SERVICE SUMMARY .................................................................................................... 18
8      QUALITY ASSURANCE PERSONNEL/CONTACTS .................................................. 19
9      CONTINUATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES DURING CRISIS .............................. 19




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                        ACRONYM LIST


A & AS   Advisory and Assistance Services
ACO      Administrative Contracting Officer
AFARS    Air Force Federal Acquisition Regulations
AFI      Air Force Instruction
AIS      Automated Information System
BLK      Block
CAD      Computer Aided Drafting
CDRLS    Contract Data Requirements Lists
CET      Contractual Engineering Task
CFD      Computational Fluid Dynamic
CFR      Code Federal Regulation
DAC      Days After Contract
DD       Department of Defense
DID      Data Item Description
DOD      Department of Defense
DODI     Department of Defense Instruction
FEM      Finite Element Model
GFE      Government Furnished Equipment
GFM      Government Furnished Material
GFS      Government Furnished Software
IAW      In Accordance With
JTR      Joint Travel Regulations
LAN      Local Area Network
MIPR     Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request
MSR      Monthly Status Report
N/A      Not Applicable
NSN      National Stock Number
NO       Number
OSHA     Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PARA     Paragraph
P/N      Part Number
PM       Program Manager
PMP      Program Management Plan
PMR      Program Management Reviews
POP      Period of Performance
PR       Purchase Request
QAP      Quality Assurance Personnel
QTY      Quantity
SEC      Section
SPO      System Program Office
SS       Services Summary
TIM      Technical Interchange Meeting
USC      United States Code

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1     INTRODUCTION


1.1 Purpose
The purpose of this Contractual Engineering Task (CET) is to describe the technical and
administrative requirements necessary to generate a 3-Dimensional (3-D) Surface Model of the
Lofted Surfaces of the A-10A and A-10C aircraft in the Siemens (Unigraphics) NX Computer
Aided Design (CAD) system. The developed 3-Dimensional Surface Models will be a key
component in supporting the further development of 3-D CAD and 3-D Computational Fluid
Dynamic (CFD) models of the A-10 aircraft. Creation of 3-D CAD models or CFD models will
be generated either internally by the Government or as a separate contracting effort using the
data created under this effort.

1.1.1 Loft Books
The present loft definition of the A-10 aircraft is defined by points in the A-10 Loft books
(LE160Y---- Series). Most of the main structural components on the A-10 aircraft are dependent
on this loft data. This data must be generated and interpreted anew each time a part that is
dependent on loft is fabricated or modeled in CAD. It has been the experience of the A-10
System Program (SPO) that various entities can interpret this data differently depending on their
experience and experience. Incorrect interpretation of this data can, and has, led to incorrectly
manufactured and miss-fitting parts. In turn, miss-fitting parts at structural interfaces have
reduced the life of the mating components due to the pre-load stresses induced.

1.1.2 Master Loft Surfaces
The CAD loft surfaces generated under this effort will become the master loft surfaces for the
aircraft and will replace the two dimensional loft data presently used. The CAD surfaces created
will be used for all future spare parts procurement, part refurbishment, tool design and
refurbishment, aircraft modifications, aero performance modeling, CAD model generation, finite
element analysis and all other tasks that reference the A-10 aircraft lofted surfaces

1.2 Scope
A 3-D Surface Model of the Lofted Surfaces of the existing A-10 aircraft is required. The 3-D
Loft Surface Model generated under this effort will be used by the Government to sustain the A-
10 aircraft (procure spare parts, design repairs, Finite Element Model (FEM) development, etc.).
The A-10 SPO has already generated 3-D CAD Surface Models of the A-10 Wing lofted
surfaces and is using them for the A-10 Wing Replacement Program. The A-10 SPO uses
Siemens NX (formally Unigraphics NX) software for CAD modeling. All created CAD files will
be created natively in the same software to ensure full use and editability by the A-10 SPO. Since
the generated loft surfaces will serve as the master loft surfaces for the A-10 aircraft, extensive
interaction with A-10 SPO engineering will be required during this process. The effort to create
the remaining master aircraft lofted surfaces for the A-10 aircraft is outlined as follows:

1.2.1 Engineering Phases
The following additional engineering services are also required.

1.2.1.1 Phase I: Loft Plan and Data Entry


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The AF requires that the Contractor prepare a detailed loft modeling plan that outlines how they
will develop the 3-D lofted surfaces. This plan will include detailed methodology of how they
will obtain “smooth and fair” surfaces from 1970 2-D loft data. The Contractor shall enter the
data from the loft books into a format that is readable into the NX CAD software. All data must
be verified correct. Deviations from the source loft books shall be documented.

1.2.1.2 Phase II: Create A-10 Fuselage Master Loft Surfaces from 2-D Loft Books
The AF requires a complete and verified 3-D loft surface model of the A-10 fuselage. The
Contractor shall create splines from the 2-D loft data points in the Loft Books and verify the data
once entered. Deviations from the loft points shall be noted within the CAD file and in the final
report. The splines generated shall be used to create 3-D lofted surfaces. The created loft files
must be validated with existing wing loft surfaces to ensure no undue interferences or gaps exist
with previously created data. The Government will then enter the approved lofted surfaces into
the A-10 SPO Teamcenter Engineering database as the master loft surfaces for the fuselage with
all corresponding supporting files under the same item revision. The Contractor shall also
develop engineering change orders to the existing engineering data to show the new master loft
files as the controlling specification for the fuselage loft.

1.2.1.3 Phase III: Create A-10 Empennage Master Loft Surfaces
The AF requires a complete and verified 3-D loft surface model of the A-10 empennage. The
scope of this phase of the effort is the same as Phase II and is based upon this previous work.

1.2.1.4 Phase IV: Create A-10 Nacelle Master Loft Surfaces
The AF requires a complete and verified 3-D loft surface model of the A-10 nacelle. The scope
of this phase of the effort is the same as Phase II and is based upon this previous work.




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2     REFERENCE DOCUMENTS


The following list of Government and industry specifications, standards, and other references
may be required for performance of the Task Order.



            NUMBER                           PUBLICATION/INSTRUCTION TITLE


AFI 21-403                            Acquiring Engineering Data
AFI 21-402                            Engineering Drawing System
MIL-HDBK-61A (SE)                     Configuration Management Guidance

MIL-HDBK-505                          Handbook for Definitions of Item Levels, Item
                                      Exchangeability, Models, and Terms

MIL-STD-129                           Military Marking for Shipment and Storage

MIL-STD-130                           Identification Marking of Military Property

MIL-DTL-31000                         Detail Specification, Technical Data Packages

ASME Y14.100                          Engineering Drawing Practices
ASME Y14.41                           Digital Product Definition Data Practices

ICEV01-C                              Design Specification for A-10 Thick-Skin Wing
                                      Assembly 3-D Model Program (A-10 SPO)




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3     REQUIREMENTS

The Contractor shall develop a 3-D Surface Model of the A-10 Aircraft. These models shall
consist of all the surfaces needed to define the fuselage, empennage, nacelles, related flight
control surfaces and all other special surfaces that presently define these sections except for the
wing and its related surfaces (developed under a previous contract). The 3-D Surface Models
will be purchased by the Government as four separate contract line items: Phase I: Loft Plan
and Data Entry; Phase II: Create A-10 Fuselage Master Loft Surfaces; Phase III: Create A-10
Empennage Master Loft Surfaces; and Phase IV: Create A-10 Nacelle Master Loft Surfaces.
The Contractor shall deliver the 3-D surface model as separate files that link upon completion of
each phase of the project.

3.1 Phase I: Loft Plan and Data Entry
3.1.1 Loft Plan
The Contractor shall develop a detailed plan of how the Contractor shall model the loft for use
by the AF. The plan must be based on extensive aerospace experience with modeling aircraft 3-D
lofted surfaces from existing legacy 2-D data. The plan shall extensively outline with narrative
and examples the process the contactor shall use to model these surfaces for AF use. It is the
intent of this report to communicate to the AF the methodology that the Contractor shall use to
create the lofted surfaces, but also to allow the AF to follow the same methodology when
modifying the lofted surfaces (if necessary) or to create new surfaces in the future. The plan shall
contain the following:

3.1.1.1 The Contractor shall explain how loft data points from the legacy loft books data shall be
        entered and verified
     Data points—parametric or not
     Describe how the coordinate systems and reference planes and points be set up and
        managed

3.1.1.1 The Contractor discuss how splines are generated through the data points
     Discuss what order of splines shall be used and why
     Explain use of curvature combs
     Describe what constitutes a good loft curve
     Explain if and when the curve needs to go through all legacy loft points
         Define what deviation is acceptable
         Describe how the Contractor handle documentation of the deviations for legacy loft
            data
     Discuss how the Contractor handle curve transitions
         Identify how end curve conditions (tangent, curvature continuous) shall be used and
            why
         Defined angled end conditions
     Depict how shall the Contractor handle deviations of the loft points (if necessary) from
        the created lofted curve




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CDRL Sequence No. A042         SYSTEM ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT PLAN (SEMP) -
                               Task Accomplishment Plan (System Engineering Management
                               Plan)

3.1.1.2 The Contractor shall describe the methodology for generating parametric 3-D lofted
        surfaces
     Identify what constitutes a “good” surface
     Explain how the Contractor shall verify a “good” surface
     Explain how the Contractor shall technically resolve redundant loft curves
     Explain how the Contractor shall technically resolve surface to surface transitions
     Explain how the Contractor shall document deviations of the generated lofted surfaces
        from lofted curves

3.1.1.3 The Contractor shall provide details on how documentation of the generated lofted
        surfaces shall be handled to make them the master lofted surfaces and replace the legacy
        loft data books

3.1.1.4 The Government shall review and approve the Loft Plan prior to the Contractor starting
        work on the development of the 3-D Surface Model.

CDRL Sequence No. A042         SYSTEM ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT PLAN (SEMP) -
                               Task Accomplishment Plan (System Engineering Management
                               Plan)

3.1.2 Data Entry
The contactor shall enter the data points from the fuselage (LE160Y1100 Series), empennage
(LE160Y5100 Series) and nacelle (LE160Y5100 Series) loft data books into a format that is
readily readable by Siemens NX CAD software used by the A-10 SPO. The data shall be verified
per Government approved plan.

3.1.2.1 The Contractor shall deliver the verified loft data files in MS Excel and in Siemens
        (Unigraphics) NX after verification for AF review.

CDRL Sequence No. A087         COMPUTER SOFTWARE PRODUCT END ITEMS (Loft Data
                               Files)

3.1.2.2 The Contractor shall deliver a technical report detailing the data used and justification for
        use, validation steps taken, reference geometry used, CAD data entry validation and
        entered data (in report appendix).

3.1.3 Validation Plan
The Contractor shall provide the Government a 3-D Solid Model Validation Plan.

CDRL Sequence No. A085         TEST PLAN (3-Dimensional Solid Model Validation Plan)



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3.1.3.1 The Validation Plan shall define the quality control processes and procedures used by the
        Contractor to ensure the accuracy of the 3-D Surface Model. The validation plan shall
        demonstrate compliance with all elements of the loft plan.

CDRL Sequence No. A085        TEST PLAN (3-Dimensional Solid Model Validation Plan)

3.1.3.1.1 The Government will review and approve the Validation Plan prior to the Contractor
          implementing development of the 3-D Solid Model. The Government shall have 10
          working days after receipt of the plan to approve with or without comments or to
          disapprove with comments.

3.1.3.1.2 The Contractor shall have 10 working days after receipt of Government comments to
          correct and resubmit to the Government for approval.


3.2    Phase II: Develop A-10 Fuselage Master Loft Surfaces

3.2.1 3-D Surface Models of Fuselage
The Contractor shall develop 3-Dimensional Surface Models of the A-10 Fuselage from the
existing A-10 loft data books (LE160Y1100 Series). The models shall include all exterior
surfaces used to define the outer mold line surface of the A-10 fuselage including canopy,
fairings and other exterior structural protrusions. The Contractor shall comply with the loft plan
defined in paragraph 3.1 and approved by the A-10 SPO.

3.2.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the 3-D Surface Models in Siemens (UNIGRAPHICS) NX
        format with complete history and parametric data per the A-10 CAD Modeling
        Specification (ICEV01-C). The 3-D Surface Models shall be capable of running on
        Windows 2000 or Windows XP platforms. The Contractor shall obtain and maintain any
        additional software or hardware necessary to control the engineering data, maintain
        revision control and deliver any changed models and drawings within this system. All
        purchases to support this effort shall become property of the Government at completion
        of this effort.

CDRL Sequence No. A086        PRODUCT DRAWINGS/MODELS & ASSOCIATED LISTS
                              (Technical Data Package)

3.2.1.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the models generated ready for entry into the A-10 SPO
          Teamcenter Engineering database.

3.2.1.1.2 The Government will review and approve the generated model prior to the Contractor
          starting work on any other phase.

3.2.1.2 After approval of the generated Master Loft Surfaces for the fuselage by the Government,
        the Contractor shall update the master loft book by writing engineering orders for A-10
        Program Office approval to show that the generated master loft files now control the
        definition of loft for the fuselage.

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CDRL Sequence No. A007         ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSAL (ECP)

3.2.1.3 The Contractor shall develop a final technical report giving an overview of the generated
        surfaces. It should also provide details of the surfaces generated, the splines used, major
        deviations, interfaces to existing and mating surfaces and multiple surfaces used at the
        same location is space for different purposes and engineering orders written to make the
        surfaces the master loft for the fuselage.

CDRL Sequence No. A047        TECHNICAL REPORT (Final Technical Report)

3.3    Phase III: Generate A-10 Empennage Master Loft Surfaces

3.3.1. 3-D Surface Models of Empennage
The Contractor shall develop 3-D Surface Models of the A-10 Empennage from the existing A-
10 loft data books (LE160Y5100 Series). The models shall include all exterior surfaces used to
define the outer mold line surface of the A-10 empennage including horizontal stabilizers,
vertical stabilizers, flight controls, fairings and other exterior structural protrusions. The
Contractor shall comply with the loft plan defined in paragraph 3.1 and approved by the A-10
SPO.

3.3.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the 3-D Surface Models in Siemens (UNIGRAPHICS) NX
        format with complete history and parametric data per the A-10 CAD Modeling
        Specification (ICEV01-C). The 3-D Surface Models shall be capable of running on
        Windows 2000 or Windows XP platforms.

CDRL Sequence No. A086         PRODUCT DRAWINGS/MODELS & ASSOCIATED LISTS
                              (Technical Data Package)

3.3.1.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the models generated ready for entry into the A-10 SPO
          Teamcenter Engineering database.

3.3.1.1.2 The Government shall review and approve the generated model prior to the
          Contractor starting work on any other phase.

3.3.1.2 After approval of the generated Master Loft Surfaces for the empennage by the
        Government, the Contractor shall update the master loft book by writing engineering
        orders for A-10 Program Office approval to show that the generated master loft files now
        control the definition of loft for the empennage.

CDRL Sequence No. A007         ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSAL (ECP)

3.3.1.3 The Contractor shall develop a final technical report giving an overview of the generated
        surfaces. It should also provide details of the surfaces generated, the splines used, major
        deviations, interfaces to existing and mating surfaces and multiple surfaces used at the



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       same location is space for different purposes and engineering orders written to make the
       surfaces the master loft for the empennage.

CDRL Sequence No. A047        TECHNICAL REPORT (Final Technical Report)

3.4    Phase IV: Generate A-10 Nacelle Master Loft Surfaces

3.4.1 3-D Surface Models of Nacelle
The Contractor shall develop 3-D Surface Models of the A-10 Nacelle from the existing A-10
loft data books (LE160Y5100 Series). The models shall include all surfaces used to define the
outer mold line surface of the A-10 nacelle including fairings and other exterior structural
protrusions. The Contractor shall comply with the loft plan defined in paragraph 3.1 and
approved by the A-10 SPO.

3.4.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the 3-D Surface Models in Siemens (UNIGRAPHICS) NX
        format with complete history and parametric data per the A-10 CAD Modeling
        Specification (ICEV01-C). The 3-D Surface Models shall be capable of running on
        Windows 2000 or Windows XP platforms.

CDRL Sequence No. A086         PRODUCT DRAWINGS/MODELS & ASSOCIATED LISTS
                              (Technical Data Package)

3.4.1.1.1 The Contractor shall deliver the models generated ready for entry into the A-10 SPO
          Teamcenter Engineering database.

3.4.1.1.2 The Government will review and approve the generated model prior to the Contractor
          starting work on any other phase.

3.4.1.2 After approval of the generated Master Loft Surfaces for the nacelle by the Government,
        the Contractor shall update the master loft book by writing engineering orders or A-10
        Program Office approval to show that the generated master loft files now control the
        definition of loft for the nacelle.

CDRL Sequence No. A007         ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSAL (ECP)

3.4.1.3 The Contractor shall develop a final technical report giving an overview of the generated
        surfaces. It should also provide details of the surfaces generated, the splines used, major
        deviations, interfaces to existing and mating surfaces and multiple surfaces used at the
        same location is space for different purposes and engineering orders written to make the
        surfaces the master loft for the nacelle.

CDRL Sequence No. A047        TECHNICAL REPORT (Final Technical Report)

4      PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE AND DELIVERY SCHEDULE

4.1 Period of Performance (POP)
The initial period of performance for this task shall be for 24 months following contract award.
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4.2 Delivery Schedule
   Paragraph            Description             CDRL             Due Date            Funded
4.3.3.2, 4.3.3.3, Conference Agenda             A001        14 calendar days          Yes
     4.3.3.4                                                Prior to Meeting
4.3.3.2, 4.3.3.3, Conference Meeting            A002        5 working days            Yes
     4.3.3.4      Minutes                                   After Meeting
3.2.1.2, 3.2.1.3, Engineering Orders            A007        10 working days           Yes
3.3.1.2, 3.3.1.3,                                           after
3.4.1.2. 3.4.1.3                                            identification of
                                                            changes
4.3.2, 4.3.2.1,   Monthly Status Report         A039        Monthly—10                Yes
     6.0                                                    working days
                                                            after the end of
                                                            the month
      3.1         Task Accomplishment           A042        30 calendar days          Yes
                  Plan (System                              After Contract
                  Engineering                               (DAC) Award
                  Management Plan)
3.2.1.3, 3.3.1.3, Technical Reports (Final      A047        30 calendar days          Yes
     3.4.1.3      Technical Report)                         after completion
                                                            of each phase
      3.1.1       Test Plan (3-                 A085        20 working days           Yes
                  Dimensional Solid                         DAC Award
                  Model Validation Plan)
3.2.1.1, 3.3.1.1, Product Drawings/             A086        21 calendar days           No
     3.4.1.1      Models & Associated                       prior to final
                  Lists (Technical Data                     technical review
                  Package)
     3.1.2.1      Computer Software             A087        10 calendar days          Yes
                  Product End Items (Loft                   After completion
                  Data Files)                               of each set of Loft
                                                            Book Data

4.3 Program Management
The Contractor shall provide materials and services required to efficiently and effectively
manage Task Order accomplishment. The Contractor shall establish and maintain a program
management system tailored to accomplish the administrative, management, technical, and
financial requirements of the tasks associated with the Task Order.

4.3.1 Single Manager
The Contractor shall establish a single manager having authority and responsibility for the
overall effort. The intent of the single manager is to give the Government a single point of
contact to avoid possible duplication of effort from multiple tasks. Individual task managers
reporting to the single manager may be designated by the Contractor. The Government single
point of contact is the Government Program Manager.

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4.3.2 Monthly Status Report (MSR)
The Contractor shall provide a Monthly Status Report (MSR) summarizing the actions that
occurred during the time period. The MSR shall cover all program activities for the period and
shall provide a forecast of work to be accomplished during the upcoming month. This report
shall include status and progress towards open milestones that are active or scheduled to become
active according to the task order's delivery schedule. The Contractor shall identify actions
being taken to correct schedule deficiencies. Changes from previous reports shall be highlighted
and explained. The Master Program Schedule shall be updated monthly and reported in the
MSR. The Contractor shall report any situation requiring immediate action by the Government
using the most expedient means (teleconference, e-mail, or letter) and shall document the
situation in the MSR. The MSR shall include the status of contract deliverables, including the
preparation of engineering data.

CDRL Sequence No. A039        CONTRACTOR'S PROGRESS, STATUS AND
                              MANAGEMENT REPORT - Monthly Status Report
4.3.2.1 Financial Tracking
The Contractor shall provide summarized financial data in the MSR (CDRL A039). The
financial data shall summarize hours and funds expended for the month and totals for the period
of the contract. The financial data shall also itemize expenditures (actual billings) against
obligations (contract line items).

4.3.2.2 Metrics
The Contractor shall assist with metrics required to support the Government Program Manager.

4.3.3 Meetings
The Government encourages meetings with the Contractor to exchange information and ideas.
Although, whenever feasible, meetings shall be held in conjunction to minimize costs (i.e.
Program Management Reviews, Kick-Off Meetings, Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs),
etc. done in conjunction with each other).

4.3.3.1 Program Management Reviews (PMRs)
Program Management Reviews (PMR) shall be conducted at the site of the Government Program
Manager, or as otherwise directed by the Government. The Contractor, with concurrence from
the Government Program Manager, may schedule PMRs more or less frequently as tasks
warrant. The Contractor shall prepare an agenda for the PMRs . The Contractor shall provide
the minutes of the PMR

CDRL Sequence No. A001        CONFERENCE AGENDA
CDRL Sequence No. A002        CONFERENCE MINUTES


4.3.3.2 Kick-Off Meeting
The Contractor shall hold a Kick-Off Meeting (or System Requirements Review) with
Government personnel at Hill AFB. The purpose of the meeting shall be to review and gather
available technical information applicable to the Thick-Skin Wing Assembly and discuss the

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expected course of the program. The Contractor shall prepare an agenda for the Kick-Off
Meeting. The Government Program Manger shall be consulted during development of the Kick-
Off Meeting agenda to ensure Government items are addressed. Specific technical information
required by the Contractor shall be requested as part of the Kick-Off Meeting agenda. The
Contractor shall provide the minutes of the Kick-Off Meeting. The following data may be
reviewed or provided by the Government at the Kick-Off Meeting:
             Engineering Drawings
             Material and Process Specifications
             Technical Orders
             Stress Analysis
             Engineering Technical Reports
             Aircraft Structural Load Data
             Loft and Contour Data
             Finite Element Models
             Reconfigured Post-Desert Storm Spectrum

CDRL Sequence No. A001        CONFERENCE AGENDA
CDRL Sequence No. A002        CONFERENCE MINUTES


4.3.3.3 Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM)
The Contractor shall conduct and support TIMs during development of the Loft Plan and the 3-D
Surface Models (paragraphs 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4) at the request of the Government Program
Manager. The purpose of the TIM is to review the technical progress of each phase tasking and
to ensure the delivered product meets Government requirements. Scheduling of TIMs shall be
indicated in the Master Program Schedule (paragraph 4.3.2). The Contractor shall prepare an
agenda for each TIM. The Government Program Manger shall be consulted during development
of the TIM agenda to ensure Government items are addressed. The Contractor shall provide
minutes of the TIM after each meeting. The Contractor, with concurrence from the Government
Program Manager, may schedule TIMs more or less frequently as tasks warrant.

CDRL Sequence No. A001        CONFERENCE AGENDA
CDRL Sequence No. A002        CONFERENCE MINUTES

4.4     Government Inspection and Acceptance of Deliverables
The Government Program Manager will have the right to reject or require correction of any
deficiencies found in deliverables. In the event of rejection of any deliverable, the Contractor
shall be notified in writing by the Government Program Manager of the specific reasons why the
deliverable was rejected. The Contractor shall have 30 calendar days, or as outlined in the table
under 4.2 above (whichever is shorter), to correct the rejected deliverable and resubmit to the
Government Program Manager for re-inspection. If no comments are provided within 30
calendar days of deliverable receipt, the deliverable will be deemed to have been accepted by the
Government.




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5      SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

5.1    Security

5.1.1 Contractor personnel shall not release or remove system documentation, data, or reports
generated by or through use of Government systems. All requests for information shall be
forwarded to 504 ACSS/GFLC.

5.1.2 The efforts required for this task are expected to be UNCLASSIFIED and should not
require the contract personnel to obtain a security clearance. However, if the tasking
performance requires access to classified data, a security clearance of SECRET shall be required
for all personnel having access to the classified data and a DD Form 254 shall be submitted.

5.1.3 504 ACSS/GFLC or the Government Program Manager will assist Contractor personnel
in processing the necessary DoD forms to obtain base or area badges for access to Government
facilities.

5.1.4 The Contractor shall not divulge any information regarding files, data, processing
activities/functions, user ID's, passwords, or other knowledge that may be gained, to anyone who
is not authorized to have access to such information. Contractor personnel shall abide by all
Government rules, procedures, and standard of conduct. Contractors requiring access to
Government Automated Information Systems (AIS) shall have background investigations and
security awareness training completed prior to the start of contract performance. When the
period of performance is complete or and Contractor personnel leave work on this project they
shall have 5 days to terminate all their network user account and to return all access cards and
base identification badges.

5.2    Access to Facilities and Property

Access to Government facilities is limited. Therefore, the Contractor shall coordinate required
access/usage times and dates through 504 ACSS/GFLC at least fifteen working days prior to the
need date. Control of the facilities shall remain with the Government.

5.3    Government Furnished Equipment, Materials, and Software

The Government will provide the validated Wing Loft Surface of the A/OA-10 aircraft.

5.4    Government Provided Office Space

All work efforts shall be performed at the Contractor’s site.

5.5    Government Program and Contract Management

5.5.1 Government Program Management
504 ACSS/GFLC will provide a Government Program Manager for this Task Order. The
Government Program Manager will provide the Contractor access to all technical data required


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to perform approved tasking. Only the Government Program Manager has authority to review
and approve contract deliverables (see paragraph 4.2).

5.5.2 Government Contract Management
Responsibility for contracting activities rests solely with the Government Contracting Officer.
No conversation, recommendations, or direction, whether given directly by, or implied by
Government personnel, that will affect the scope, schedule, or price of the program covered by
this PWS, shall be acted upon by the Contractor unless specifically approved by the Government
Contracting Officer.

5.6     Safety Requirements

5.6.1 General Safety Requirements

5.6.1.1 The Contractor shall comply with all safety provisions, e.g., technical specifications,
technical publications, Federal Occupational Safety and Health Standards (Title 29 CFR. Part
1910). If there is no applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
standard, use other applicable nationally recognized sources of safety, health, and fire prevention
standards referenced in the work requirements of this contract.

5.6.1.2 The Contractor shall protect Government property to prevent damage during the period
of time the property is in the possession of the Contractor. The Contractor shall report promptly
to the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) all available facts relating to each instance of
damage to Government property.

5.6.1.3 When a major mishap ($10,000 or more) involving Government property occurs, the
Contractor shall immediately secure the accident scene and the damaged item until released by
the accident investigative authority as designated by the 558 ACSG/ENJ Safety Office. Such
release shall be accomplished by the ACO.

5.6.1.4 If the Government elects to conduct an investigation of the accident, the Contractor shall
cooperate fully and assist Government personnel until the investigation is completed.

5.6.1.5 The Contractor shall include a clause in each of its subcontracts requiring subcontractor
cooperation and assistance in accident reporting and investigation.

6      TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

Travel shall be required in support of the above requirements. Travel needs are estimated as
follows.

                 Destination                     No. Persons      No. Trips         No. Days
    Government Facility (Kick-Off & Plan)             2               5                 2
    Government Facility (Fuselage TIMs)               2               4                 2
    Government Facility (Empennage TIMs)              2               4                 2
    Government Facility (Nacelles TIMs)               2               4                 2

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Travel costs are estimated at $25,500.00.

The Contractor may be required to travel to support the objectives of this CET. The Contractor
shall obtain approval from the Government Program Manager five working days in advance
before traveling. As part of the monthly report (CDRL A039), upon completion of any travel,
the Contractor representative shall submit a trip report. Airfare for travel and per diem shall be
billed IAW Joint Travel Regulations (JTR). The Contractor is responsible for making all
necessary travel arrangements.




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7       SERVICE SUMMARY


SS      Performance Objective         CET      Performance Threshold                 Remedy
 #                                    Para


    1   The Contractor shall          3.2    The Contractor shall verify       The Contractor shall
        develop a 3-Dimensional       3.3    100% of the existing lofted       correct any errors
        Surface (loft) Model of the   3.4    surfaces is in accordance with    found by the
        Fuselage, Empennage, &               the Government approved Loft      Government within
        Nacelle                              Plan and does not have            10 working days
                                             unacceptable undulation on the    until the loft is
                                             surface . The Contractor shall    determined to be
                                             gain approval from the AF of      100% correct.
                                             100% of loft changes prior to
                                             release

    2   Documentation and             4.2    All actions accomplished as       Any errors shall be
        reports shall be                     required with no more than 2      corrected by the
        developed IAW                        disapprovals by the               Contractor within 10
        CDRLS.                               Government for technical          working days.
                                             discrepancies per
                                             technical/report
    3   CDRL deliveries shall         4.2    CDRL deliveries shall be          Provide a detailed
        be generated and                     timely; delivered 9 out of 10     get well plan within
        delivered in a timely                times on time.                    3 working days.
        manner




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8      QUALITY ASSURANCE PERSONNEL/CONTACTS

The overall program management (PM) responsibilities for this task order resides with the
following office:

504 ACSS/GFLC
6057 Box Elder Lane, Bldg 1285
Hill AFB. UT 84056-5811
(801) 586-3187

The Contractor shall be notified by letter at time of award of the Primary and Alternate
QAPs assigned to this task order.


9      CONTINUATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES DURING CRISIS

IAW AFI 63-124, para 2.7.1, and DODI 3020.37 this requirement is not considered mission
essential.




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