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071921 -SOW FY21-22474- IP RELAY PACK.pdf

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STATEMENT OF WORK 07/09/21 1.0 Scope: This task is to manufacture a quantity of 100, Industry Pack logic interface relay circuit card assemblies (IP relay cards) required to build and deliver MK-683 integrated test suite units. 2.0 Applicable Documents 2.1 Department of Defense drawing: Source Control Drawing No. 7571549 - general description drawing. 2.2 Government Standards: MIL-STD-130, Department of Defense standard practice: identification marking of US military property MIL-STD-1686, electrostatic discharge control program for protection of electrical and electronic parts, assemblies and equipment MIL-HDBK-263, electrostatic discharge control handbook for protection of electrical and electronic parts, assemblies and equipment 2.3 Non-Government Standards: ANSI/IPC-A-610, Class III, and J-STD-001, guidance for assembly, soldering and workmanship of printed circuit card assemblies. 3.0 Requirements 3.1 General: Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division has a requirement for a quantity of 100 IP relay cards. This circuit assembly was first created by SBS technologies, a proper name whose initials are now no longer known, founded in 1986 was the manufacturer of bus interconnection solutions. SBS Technologies eventually came under General Electric Intelligent Platforms who discontinued production for this this circuit card assembly in 2017. 3.2 Work: NSWC, PHD Code L44 requires an IP relay card or equivalent. The vendor will properly fabricate, inspect, and manufacturer unit based on their own assessment of the unit. The workmanship shall conform to circuit card assembly industry standards as listed above for functionality, form, fit and finish. Circuit board manufacturer testing shall include an industry standard flying probe test for the entire circuit card production lot. Vendor will provide to the Government ownership of all schematics, assembly drawings, parts list and printed wiring board Gerber files developed for this work order, pricing for this can be included in the quote. Electrically programmable read-only memory (EPROM): the circuit card assembly contains an EPROM integrated circuit component. This component is not required to be programmed by the vendor. The vendor will provide the EPROM’s, to be delivered separately from the circuit card assembly. If the vendor cannot program the EPROM’s they can be provided in a blank state. Substitutions: Alternate components may be proposed by the vendor to manufacture the board. All substitute components requests and questions are to be submitted in writing to the Government technical point of contact Mr. David Veloz david.veloz@navy.mil for review and approval. 3.2 First Article Test: The vendor will fabricate and deliver one unit for first article test. First article test will include; 1) finish: a visual inspection per the standards listed in paragraph 2.0., 2) function: perform a cold check to rule out short-circuits and ensure proper continuity and 3) form, fit and function: test for fit and logic functionality by inserting into a working MK-683 to test. 3.3 Place of Performance: United States 3.4 Period of Performance: First Article Test Delivery: 1 unit 60 days after receipt of purchase order Production Units Delivery: 12 weeks after receipt of an approved first article test. 3.5 Government Furnished Material: A sample unit of the original IP relay circuit card can be provided upon request on a temporary basis. Item is required to be returned. 3.6 Point of Delivery: David Veloz, Code L44 Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division 4363 Missile Way, Building 435, Receiving Dept. Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4307 3.7 Technical Point of Contact/Requirement Generator: David Veloz, david.veloz@navy.mil, 805-228-5243 3.8 Contracting Officer: Myriam Padua-Preissler, myriam.padua-preissler@navy.mil 805-228-6112