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Performance Work Statement

HH-60G Control Display Unit

Purchase Request: FD2060-22-00913

07 June 2022

PR: FD2060-22-00913 PWS REVISION: 0

1.0 Description of Services

1.1 Objective(s): This Performance Work Statement (PWS) describes the services required to
meet the Air Force’s repair requirements for the Control Display Unit (CDU), NSN 5895-20-
010-9425GC, P/N 100-602653-000, used on the HH-60G helicopter. These services include
functional testing, inspection, and repair or overhaul actions required to ensure the CDU is in
serviceable condition. The Contractor shall fault isolate, repair and test unserviceable assets, as
well as maintain data and complete data deliverables, all within the timeframes and quality
standards negotiated on the contract. The Contractor shall track and resolve items affected by
Product Quality Deficiency Reports (PQDR), perform depot level repair, functional testing,
inspection, and packaging. A repair is successful if the item is in a serviceable condition and
efficiently serves its intended purpose. The period of performance shall consist of a basic one-
year period after contract award plus four one-year ordering periods. The contract type is a Firm-
Fixed Price Requirements type for all ordering periods. Repairs shall be inducted within three
days of receipt of the repairable asset; Teardown, Test and Evaluation (TT&E) shall be
completed within 30 days after induction, repairs shall be completed within 90 days after
completion of TT&E. For priority requirements such as MICAPs and Surges, the Contractor
shall respond to the Supply Planner (SP) within one business day of the request with the
estimated delivery date of the item. The Contractor shall report production using the Commercial
Asset Visibility Air Force (CAVAF) system by maintaining current inputs. The Contractor shall
provide data on the actions conducted for each unit as defined by the Contract Data
Requirements List (CDRL). The Contractor shall report in CAV-AF daily or as actions occur.
The Contractor shall have no more than one valid PQDR per contract year.

1.2 Benefit to United States Air Force (USAF): This acquisition will benefit the United States
Air Force (USAF) by providing a means of coverage to fulfill current and future requirements
for the CDU.

1.3 Background: The HH-60G conducts day and night combat search and rescue operations into
hostile environments to recover downed aircrew or other isolated personnel in austere and
unfriendly territory. Because of its versatility, the HH-60G is also tasked to perform military
operations other than war including civil search and rescue, emergency medical evacuation,
disaster relief, international aid, and counter drug activities. A vital part of the aircrew’s mission
is the ability to scan and search an area of interest and provide messages in search and rescue
missions. The HH-60G helicopter requires efficient management of all situational awareness of
the pilots during both day and night tactical operations. Efficient situational awareness
management is key to the success of all Personnel Recovery mission sets and significantly
enhances mission accomplishment. The Control Display Unit (CDU) provides centralized
control and monitoring of navigational, sensor, fire control and armament functions on aircraft
via the 1553B data bus. It displays mission data and permits operator entry and modification of
mission data. Additionally, it provides information exchange between flight crew and
navigational systems.

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2.0 Services Summary

Performance Objective

Quality of repair

Delivery of repair
Reference
4.3.1

4.3.1

CAV-AF reporting

Quality of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.1

Receipt of CDRL
deliverable

4.2.2

Request for assistance

4.3.1

Adherence to Contractor
Quality Management
System (QMS )

Performance Threshold

There shall be no more than one PQDR per contract
year.

Repaired assets shall be delivered in accordance with
the schedule defined by the contract/order.

There shall be no more than one late delivery 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 one total
rejection of deliverables per contract year. The
Government will reject a deliverable if one or more
technical errors or two or more minor errors are
found within the deliverable. The rejected
deliverable shall be corrected and resubmitted within
three business days of notification of Government
rejection.
There shall be no more than one late submission 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.
The Contractor shall initially respond to a request for
assistance within one business day. Follow-up
assistance, if required, shall be provided by the
suspense date acceptable to the Government.
100% compliance with the QMS is required.
Contractor shall develop and provide a Quality
Program Plan in accordance with document ID DI-
QCIC-81794.

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3.0 Government Property

3.1 Contractor Responsibility: The Contractor shall be responsible for Government property in
accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and as specified in the contract/order.

3.2 Government Property to be Provided: Government property to be provided includes the
unserviceable Control Display Units, NSN 5895-20-010-9425GC, P/N 100-602653-000, being
sent to the Contractor facility for repair.

3.3 Reporting of Government Property: The Contractor shall have a system of internal controls
to manage (control, use, preserve, protect, repair, and maintain) Government property in its
possession in accordance with FAR 52.245-1, and its property management system shall be
adequate to satisfy the requirements of this clause. The contractor shall record receipt and return
of all Government Furnished Property (GFP), as well as the reporting of shipment, consumption,
disposal, or transfer to another contract, in the GFP Module in Procurement Integrated Enterprise
Environment (PIEE), https://piee.eb.mil, as stipulated by DFARS 252.245-7002. This reporting
requirement does not change any liability provisions or other reporting requirements that may
exist under the contract. GFP training and guidance is located at the DoD Procurement Toolbox
at https://dodprocurementtoolbox.com/.

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 in the GFP Module located in PIEE, https://piee.eb.mil/piee-landing/.

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
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.

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4.0 Technical Requirements

4.1 Period and Place of Performance

4.1.1 Contract/Order Period of Performance: The period of performance for the contract/order
will extend five years from the date of award, including one basic ordering period followed by
four one-year ordering periods.

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