TABLE OF CONTENTS
1847.200-71 Charter or lease of aircraft. .
1847.207-10 Discrepancies incident to shipments.
SUBPART 1847.3 TRANSPORTATION IN SUPPLY CONTRACTS
1847.304 Determination of delivery terms.
1847.304-3 Shipments from CONUS for overseas delivery.
1847.304-370 NASA export privilege.
1847.305 Solicitation provisions, contract clauses, and transportation factors.
1847.305-10 Packing, marking, and consignment instructions.
1847.305-13 Transit arrangements.
1847.305-70 NASA contract clauses.
“Chartered Aircraft”, as defined by 41 C.F.R. 102-33, are aircraft that an executive agency hires commercially under a contractual agreement specifying performance and one-time exclusive use. The commercial source operates and maintains charter aircraft.
“Leased Aircraft”, as defined by 41 C.F.R. 102-33, are aircraft hired under a commercial contractual agreement in which an executive agency has exclusive use of the aircraft for an agreed-upon period of time. The acquiring executive agency operates and maintains the aircraft. Maintenance responsibility is defined in the contractual agreement.
“Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)” means a powered aerial vehicle that does not carry a human operator, uses aerodynamic forces to provide vehicle lift, and can fly autonomously or be piloted remotely. UASs range from micro vehicles measuring inches in size and ounces in weight to large aircraft weighing more than 30,000 pounds.
1847.200-71 Charter or Lease of Aircraft
Before releasing any solicitation or awarding any contract for the lease or charter of aircraft, manned aerial system or unmanned aerial system (UAS), contracting officers shall obtain concurrence from the Center Flight Operations office that the contemplated award complies with NASA aviation safety program requirements particularly NPD 7900.4, NASA Aircraft Operations Management, and NPR 7900.3, Aircraft Operations Management. If the Center does not have a Flight Operations office, concurrence from another Center’s Flight Operations office is required and shall be coordinated by the Aircraft Management Division under the Assistant Administrator for the Office of Infrastructure and Administration in NASA Headquarters.
NASA personnel shall also report discrepancies and adjust claims for loss of and damage to Government property in transit in accordance with NPR 6200.1, NASA Transportation and General Traffic Management.
NASA has export licensing privileges for moving commodities to foreign destinations. Contracting officers shall request the advice of the Center Export Administrator to ensure full and appropriate use is made of these privileges.
marking, and consignment instructions.
In contracts providing for delivery f.o.b. origin and shipment under Government bills of lading, consignment instructions may be limited to the mail address of the consignee (receiving activity), provided the contract instructions state: "Shipment other than mail shall be consigned as indicated on the Government bill of lading furnished to the contractor."
(a)(3)(ii) When the provision at FAR 52.247-56 is used, the solicitation shall state that offers will be evaluated on the basis of the lowest overall cost to the Government, including transportation costs to NASA from point of origin to final destination, taking into account any applicable transit privileges.
(a) The contracting officer may insert a clause substantially as stated at 1852.247-72, Advance Notice of Shipment, in solicitations and contracts when the f.o.b. point is destination and special Government assistance is required in the delivery or receipt of the items.
(b) The contracting officer shall insert a clause substantially as stated at 1852.247-73, Bills of Lading, in f.o.b. origin solicitations and contracts.
(d)(i) The transportation officer in each installation shall establish and maintain a register to reflect adherence to the Cargo Preference Act. The register shall contain data related to shipments made by the installation and by NASA contractors. Where no transportation officer is available, it shall be maintained by the contracting office. The register shall contain pertinent details of ocean shipments including, but not limited to, the ports of origin and destination of shipments, commodity descriptions, gross weight, freight revenue, name of vessel, operator of vessel, and date of loading. The register shall be maintained current and organized so that adherence to the Cargo Preference Act can be ascertained at all times. To the maximum practicable extent, compliance with the 50-percent minimum requirements of the Cargo Preference Act shall be maintained on a quarter-year basis; any deficiencies in maintaining compliance shall be corrected by the end of the calendar year.
(ii) On the basis of the registers maintained under paragraph (d)(i) of this section, the official maintaining the register shall submit quarterly reports reflecting ocean shipments to the Division of National Cargo, Office of Market Development, Maritime Administration, Department of Transportation, Washington, DC, 20590. Negative reports are required when applicable.
1847.7001 Contract clause.
The contracting officer shall insert the clause at 1852.247-71, Protection of the Florida Manatee, in solicitations and contracts when deliveries or vessel operations, dockside work, or disassembly functions under the contract will involve use of waterways inhabited by manatees. The clause shall also be included in applicable subcontracts (including vendor deliveries).