The provisions of MIL-A-2550 shall apply.
4.1.1 Submission of product. At the time each completed lot
of items deliverable under the contract is submitted to the
Government for acceptance, the contractor shall supply the
following information accompanied by a certificate which attests
that the information provided is correct and applicable to the
product being submitted:
a. A statement that the lot complies with all of the
quality assurance provisions specified in this specification.
b. Drawing and specification number and date, together
with an identification and date of changes thereto.
c. A statement that all material purchased by the contractor
meets requirements, when such material is controlled by Government
or commercial specifications referenced in any of the contractual
documents and that certificates of conformance are on file and
available for review.
Number of items in the lot.
The certificate shall be signed by a responsible agent of the
certifying organization. The initial certificate submitted shall
be substantiated by evidence of the agent's authority to bind his
principal. Substantiation of the agent's authority will not be
required with subsequent certificates unless, during the course of
the contract, this authority is vested in another agent of the
certifying organization. A contractor shall not knowingly include
defective units in a lot.
4.1.2 Inspections. Unless otherwise specified in the contract,
the following types of inspection(s) shall be conducted:
First Article Inspection
b. Quality Conformance (Production Lot Acceptance)