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Performance Work Statement

B-1B EASTE Radio Frequency Interface Assembly

Purchase Request: FD2060-22-00942

PR: FD2060-22-00942
PWS REVISION: 0

1.0 Description of Services

1.1 Objective(s): This Performance-Based Work Statement establishes the minimum depot
level repair requirements of B-1B Radio Frequency Interface Assembly (NSN 4920-01-385-
1306, P/N ACE2017-1). The contractor shall provide quality repair to ensure a serviceable “A”
condition item that efficiently serves its intended purpose, by the required disassembly, test,
bench check, inspection and repair. The contractor shall provide timely and accurate reporting in
Commercial Asset Visibility AF meet Turn around Time for delivery of Mission Impaired
Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAPs) requisitions per PWS instructions, and reduce frequency of
Product Quality deficiency Reports (PQDRs). The contractor is responsible for ensuring that all
Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) and Test Replaceable Units (TRUs) are returned to service or
delivered in compliance with OEM performance standards/specifications. The Contractor shall
repair submitted hardware, utilizing repair components that are equal to, or superior to, Original
Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) components, which meet applicable drawings, handbooks,
manuals, and/or specification established by OEM and which will perform in next higher
assemblies.

Quality of repair

Performance Objective

Performance Threshold
Reference
4.4.2

Assets shall be repaired in accordance with T.O.
00-25-234.

Repaired assets shall pass inspection with no failures
per repair.
100% of repaired assets shall pass initial test.

There shall be no more than one PQDRs QDRs per
contract.
Repaired assets shall be delivered in accordance with
the schedule defined by the contract/order.

There shall be no more than 1 late delivery(ies) pe
contract year. The Contractor shall notify the
Government if the delivery of any asset will not meet
the scheduled delivery date and negotiate a revised
delivery date. The late asset shall be delivered by the
revised delivery date acceptable to the Government.
The Contractor shall report production in CAV-AF.
The Contractor shall provide data on the actions
conducted for each unit. The Contractor shall report
as actions occur.
There shall be no more than one rejection of any
deliverable. There shall be no more than 2 total
rejection(s) of deliverables per contract year. The
Government will reject a deliverable if 2 or more
technical errors or 10 or more minor errors are found
within the deliverable. The rejected deliverable shall

Delivery of repair

4.4.5

CAV-AF reporting

4.3.3

Quality of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.1

PR: FD2060-22-00942
PWS REVISION: 0

Receipt of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.2

be corrected and resubmitted within 10 business days
of notification of Government rejection.
There shall be no more than 2 late submission(s) of
deliverables per contract year. The Contractor shall
notify the Government if the delivery of any
data/document will not meet the scheduled delivery
date and negotiate a revised delivery date. The
data/document shall be delivered by the revised
delivery date acceptable to the Government.

1.2 Benefit to United States Air Force (USAF): This repair will benefit the United States Air
Force (USAF) by reducing MICAPs, surge Requisitions and backorders, ensuring proper
operation of AIS components.

1.3 Background: The RFIA is a two channel Radio Frequency Interface Assembly used in
the B1 EASTE Cart.

2.0 Services Summary

Performance Objective

Performance Threshold
Reference
4.4.2

Quality of repair

Assets shall be repaired in accordance with T.O.
00-25-234.

Repaired assets shall pass inspection with no failures
per repair.

100% of repaired assets shall pass initial test.

There shall be no more than one (1) PQDRs QDRs
per contract.
Repaired assets shall be delivered in accordance with
the schedule defined by the contract/orders.

There shall be no more than 1 late delivery(ies) per
contract year. The Contractor shall notify the
Government if the delivery of any asset will not meet
the scheduled delivery date and negotiate a revised
delivery date. The late asset shall be delivered by the
revised delivery date acceptable to the Government.
The Contractor shall report production in CAV-AF.
The Contractor shall provide data on the actions
conducted for each unit. The Contractor shall report
as actions occur.
There shall be no more than one rejection of any
deliverable. There shall be no more than 2 total
rejection(s) of deliverables per contract year. The
Government will reject a deliverable if 2 or more
technical errors or 10 or more minor errors are found
within the deliverable. The rejected deliverable shall

Delivery of repair

4.4.5

CAV-AF reporting

4.3.3

Quality of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.1

PR: FD2060-22-00942
PWS REVISION: 0

Receipt of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.2

be corrected and resubmitted within 10 business days
of notification of Government rejection.
There shall be no more than 2 late submission(s) of
deliverables per contract year. The Contractor shall
notify the Government if the delivery of any
data/document will not meet the scheduled delivery
date and negotiate a revised delivery date. The
data/document shall be delivered by the revised
delivery date acceptable to the Government.

3.0 Government Property and Services: .

3.1 Contractor Responsibility: The Contractor shall be responsible for Government property in
their possession in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and applicable
supplements including, but not limited to, FAR Part 45, Government Property; FAR 52.245-1,
Government Property; and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Part
245, Government Property. The FAR and applicable supplements can be accessed at the site
below.
http://farsite.hill.af.mil

3.2 Government Property to be Provided:

3.3 Reporting of Government Property: The Contractor shall create and maintain records of
all Government property accountable to the contract/order. The Contractor shall record receipt
and return of Government-Furnished Property (GFP) in the Item Unique Identification (IUID)
Registry.

3.4 Loss of Government Property

3.4.1 Definition of Loss of Government Property: “Loss of Government property” means
unintended loss of or damage to Government property including property that cannot be found
after a reasonable search, loss due to inadequate storage, loss due to lack of security, theft,
damage requiring repair to restore the item to usable condition, or damage that renders the
property useless for its intended purpose or Beyond Economical Repair (BER). Loss of
Government property does not include manufacturing defects, obsolescence, normal wear and
tear, or purposeful destructive testing. Unless otherwise stated in the contract/order, loss of
Government property does not include normal and reasonable inventory adjustments, i.e., losses
of low priority consumable material, such as common hardware, as agreed to by the Contractor
and the Government Property Administrator.

3.4.2 Reporting Loss of Government Property: The Contractor shall report loss of Government
property using Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) / Access To eTools.

3.5 Return or Retention of Government Property: All property provided by the Government
remains the property of the Government and shall be returned to the Government as directed, but
no later than completion of the contract/order, unless the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO)
directs the Contractor to retain the property for continued use under a successor contract. All

PR: FD2060-22-00942
PWS REVISION: 0

Government property shall be returned to the Government in the condition provided unless
approved in advance by the PCO. All material generated under the contract/order becomes the
property of the Government and shall be returned to the Government as directed, but no later
than completion of the contract/order, unless the PCO directs the Contractor to retain the
material for continued use under a successor contract.

4.0 Technical Requirements

4.1 Place of Performance: These services shall be performed at the selected contractor’s repair
facility.

4.2 Contract Data Requirements List(s) (CDRL)

Title

DI-MGMT-81803

Item Unique Identification (IUID) Marking Plan

Document
Identifier
A001

A002

DI-MGMT-81804A

A003

DI-MGMT-81634C/T Commercial Asset Visibility Air Force (CAV) /

4.3.3

Item Unique Identification (IUID) Marking
Activity, Validation and Verification Report

Government Furnished Material Report

Counterfeit Prevention Plan

A004

DI-MISC-81832

A005

DI-MGMT-81838/T

Commercial Asset Visibility (CAV) Reporting

4.3.3

A006

DI-PSSS-81995/T

Contract Depot Maintenance (CDM) Production
Report

A007

DI-MGMT
80441C/T

Annual Government Property Physical Inventory
Report

4.2.1 Quality of CDRL Deliverable: … Show All