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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
OGDEN AIR LOGISTICS CENTER (AFLC)
HILL AFB, UTAH 84056-5609

PR NO:

FD2020-22-51197

Date: 21 April 2022

ESSENTIAL REMANUFACTURE F-15 CANOPY ACTUATED INITIATOR
Statement of Work (SOW)
Appendix A
CONTENTS

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DESCRIPTION
Scope
Terms Explained
REMANUFACTURING DESCRIPTION SUMMARY
Deliverable Objectives
Deliverable Threshold (Not Method of Surveillance)
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY (GFP) AND SERVICES Foreign Disclosure
GENERAL INFORMATION
General Work Requirement
Data
Reporting Requirements
Quality
Safety/HAZARD Classification
Routed Remanufacture Replacement Quantities (RRRQ)
Accessory and Component Reuse, Maintenance and Replacement
Special Tools and Support Equipment (ST/SE)
CAD/PAD Item Marking Instruction
Receipt of Government Furnished Property at Facility
Handling
Inventory Inspection
Preservation
Specific Work Requirements
Electrostatic Discharge
Disassembly
Cleaning
Inspection
Corrosion Control
Maintenance
Finishing
Deliverable Data Requirements
Government Acceptance Inspection

APPENDICES AND ATTACHMENTS
Applicable Technical Orders and Other Directives
SOW - Ammunition Data Cards
Deliverable Data Requirements

SECTION I

1.1

1.2

SECTION II

2.1
2.2

SECTION III

3.1

3.2
SECTION IV

4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.1.8
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7 4.5

APA ATCH 1
APA ATCH 2
APA ATCH 3

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DESCRIPTION OF REMANUFACTURING

SECTION I

SCOPE:

TERMS EXPLAINED:

“ACO”: The Administrative Contracting Officer.

Work performed shall be accomplished IAW Technical Order (T.O.’s) or Original Equipment Manufacturer
(OEM) procedures listed in Section 4.3. In the event a situation develops where instructions conflict, this SOW
will take precedence. The work encompasses the disassembly, cleaning, inspection, maintenance, reassembly,
testing and finishing actions required to return the Government Furnished Property (GFP) item(s) to serviceable
condition. Additional TOs, directives and other publications listed in Section V will be used as guidance to
support the remanufacture stipulated in this SOW.

Should the Government decide not to proceed with the extensive remanufacture, the items shall be handled IAW
Para 4.1.5 entitled “Condemnation and Remanufacture.” Pending final resolution of an extensive
remanufacture situation as described above, the contractor shall not be considered delinquent or in default of
contract.

The remanufacture to be performed are not considered to be mission essential during a crisis.

“Acceptance Test”: The functional and operational tests performed on the end-item to ensure that all
1.2.1
performance standards are satisfactorily met to restore the end-item to a serviceable condition. The Acceptance
Test shall conform to the requirements for acceptance testing as stated in the applicable drawings listed in
Section IV. Authorization to use contractor acceptance test procedure(s) (i.e. ATP) shall be obtained through the
PCO from the PMS.

1.2.2

1.2.3
to detect and correlate or adjust any variation in the accuracy of the instrument or equipment item being
compared or tested. Calibration shall be accomplished using Government approved contractor technical data.

1.2.4

1.2.5

1.2.6
instructions in the technical data specified in Section IV and Government approved contractor technical data.

1.2.7

1.2.8
serviceable condition.

1.2.9
in the manufacture/production for initial procurement of Government end-items or any subsequent
update/modification and can be used for the remanufacture of such items.

1.2.10 “IAW”: In Accordance With.

1.2.11 “Inspection”: A thorough examination of an item to determine its identity and condition.

“Government Approved Contractor Technical Data”: Contractor technical data that has been used

“Essential Remanufacture”: The minimal parts, labor, and processes required to restore an item to a

“Disassemble”: To remove the components that make up the end-item in accordance with disassembly

“Calibration”: A comparison between two instruments, one of which is a standard of higher accuracy,

“Diagnose”: To ascertain what is causing the end-item to be unserviceable.

“End-Item”: The item furnished to the contractor for maintenance.

“PCO”: The Procurement Contracting Officer.

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1.2.12 “Modification (MOD)”: A change in the physical or functional characteristics of a system, equipment
or end-item that affects form, fit, or function.

1.2.13 “N/A”: Not Applicable.

1.2.14 “Production Management Specialist (PMS)”: That individual who develops and prepares the
Contract Maintenance Purchase Request (PR) package, and is the program manager for the duration of the
contract. PMS, as used in this document, refers to the production manager, office, and phone indicated on the
title page of the Appendix A.

1.2.15 “Reassemble”: To reinstall all the serviceable components that make up an end-item in accordance
with the assembly instructions.

1.2.16 “Remanufactureable”: An unserviceable item that can have maintenance performed to restore it to a
serviceable condition.

1.2.17 “Repairable”: An unserviceable recoverable end-item that may or may not be remanufactureable and
refers more to its logistics status.

1.2.18 “Serviceable”: Capable of meeting the requirements and performing the function for which designed or
modified and meets all test requirements established by this work specification and the technical data cited in
Section IV.

1.2.19 “Technical Data”: All Government and contractor drawings, specifications, standards, Technical
Orders (T.O.s), technical manuals, and all other technical publications necessary to restore an item to a
serviceable condition.

1.2.20 “Update”: To bring an end-item up to the latest acceptable Government approved configuration
without changing its original form, fit or functional capability.

1.2.21 “QAR”: Quality Assurance Report.

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SECTION II
REMANUFACTURE DESCRIPTION SUMMARY

2.1 Deliverable Objectives

2.1.1 The contractor shall receive, disassemble, inspect, remanufacture and test the supplied
Remanufacture CANOPY ACTUATED INITIATOR (Government Furnished Property – GFP).

2.1.2 The contractor shall ensure, through tests & inspections that the remanufactured items meet or
exceed the performance requirements of the original items when the remanufacturing, inspections & testing
activities are completed.

2.1.3 LOT ACCEPTANCE TEST (LAT): In the event of an end item failure, the contractor shall notify the
PCO/ACO within 1 work day and responsible Air Force Engineering Organization AFLCMC/EBHJ within 1
working days. Email: quinn.tidwell@us.af.mil

2.2 Deliverable Threshold

2.2.1 100% of the parts and materials used in the remanufacture of the CANOPY ACTUATED
INITIATOR shall be equal to or exceed to original requirements of the component.

2.2.2 100% of any desired deviations from the technical data and /or substitute parts or materials,
including the reasons for the requested changes, shall be submitted through the PCO, in letterform, or by
RFV or ECP as applicable for Government approval prior to use in the end item.

2.2.3 100% of the remanufactured items shall be evaluated and approved by the contractor’s quality
assurance personnel.

2.2.4 100% of the remanufactured items shall meet the established LAT requirements for the component.

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SECTION III
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY (GFP), GOVERNMENT FURNISHED MATERIALS (GFM)
AND SERVICES

3.1 The remanufacturing program will be conducted on the F-15 CANOPY ACTUATED INITIATOR,
MST NSN 1377-00-299-1512ES, P/N 2271500-1 parts to be supplied as GFP. Remanufactureable assets will
be shipped to the contractor by the Government Item Manager no later than 90 days after contract
award/notification.

3.1.1 GFM: PRIMER PVU-1/A (DUAL) QPC (2); NSN 1377-01-108-1438, P/N 851AS110.
GFM (Primers) could be required. Please verify if GFM (Primers) are required when evaluating
proposals. GFM shall be inspected by contractor to ensure suitability, reliability and quality requirements will
be met in performance … Show All