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6.4 Technical manuals.  The requirement for technical manuals should be
considered when this specification is applied on a contract
If technical manuals
are required, military specifications and standards that have been cleared and
listed in DoD 5010.12-L, Acquisition Management Systems and Data Requirements
Control List (AMSDL) must be listed on a separate Contract Data Requirements List
(DD Form 1423), which is included as an exhibit to the contract. The technical
manuals must be acquired under separate contract line item in the contract
6.5 First article.  When first article inspection is required, the contract-
ing officer should provide specific guidance to offerors whether the item(s)
should be a preproduction sample, a first article sample, a first production item,
a sample selected from the first
production items, a standard production item
from the contractor's current inventory (see 3.1), and the number of items to be
tested as specified in 4.3.2.  The contracting officer should also include
specific instructions in acquisition documents regarding arrangements for
examinations, approval of first article test results, and disposition of first
Invitations for bids should provide that the Government reserves the
right to waive the requirement for samples for first article inspection to those
bidders offering a product which has been previously acquired or tested by the
Government, and that bidders offering such products, who wish to rely on such
production or test, must furnish evidence with the bid that prior Government
approval is presently appropriate for the pending contract.  Bidders should not
submit alternate bids unless specifically requested to do so in the solicitation
6 6 Subcontracted material and parts
The packaging requirements of
referenced documents listed in section 2 do not apply when material and parts are
acquired by the contractor for incorporation into the equipment and lose their
separate identity when the equipment is shipped
6.7 Provisioning.  Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD), spare parts,
and repair parts should be furnished as specified in the contract.
6.7.1 When ordering spare parts or repair parts for the equipment covered by
this specification, the contract should state that such spare parts and repair
parts should meet the same requirements and quality assurance provisions as the
parts used in the manufacture of the equipment.
Packaging for such parts should
also be specified.
6.8 Patent notice.  When Government drawings, specifications, or other data
are used for any purpose other than in connection with a related Government
acquisition, the United States Government thereby incurs no responsibility nor any
obligation whatsoever, and the fact that the Government may have formulated,
furnished,  or in any way supplied the said drawings, specifications, or other data
is not to be regarded by implication or otherwise as in any manner licensing the
holder or any other person or corporation, or conveying any rights or permission
to manufacture, use, or sell any patented invention that may in any way be related
6.9 Failure mode. effects and criticality analysis (FMECA).  The analysis
should include analyses of possible failure modes, their frequency, causes and
effects, and precautionary measures to eliminate or minimize the failure modes.
The depth of the FMECA should include all equipment, assemblies, subassemblies,
and components whose failure would cause the purifier to fail to meet the
requirements herein.

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