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MO-327 CHG 94-01
rates are governed exclusively by the Davis-Bacon Act. Such
contracts are referred to as facility support "construction"
contracts. FSCs, which are subject to bot h the Service Contract
Act and the Davis-Bacon Act, are written in the uniform contract
format with both the Service Contract Act and Davis-Bacon Act
wage determinations included in the contract. When cost
comparison studies are undertaken under Office of Management and
Bud et (OMB) Circular A-76, the uniform contract format (UCF) is
use d irrespective of whether the wage rates are governed by the
Service Contract Act or the Davis-Bacon Act or both acts.  The
determination of which labor act applies and the characterization
of a facility support contract as being "service" or
"Construction" is often complex and the Contracting Manual P-68
should be consulted for further guidance.
The UCF is contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
at subparts 14.2 and 15.4 and consists of four parts with 13
sections as given below. The names of the various sections differ
slightly depending on whether or not the solicitation is by
sealed bid or competitive negotiation.  All clauses contained in
sections indicated below by an asterisk sign (*) must be NAVFAC
approved clauses or FAR, DFARS, NAPS clauses.
I
PART I - THE SCHEDULE
* Section
A
Solicitation/Contract Form
I
Section
B
Supplies or Services and Prices/Costs
Section
C
Description/Specifications/Work statements
Section
D
Packaging and Marking
Section
E
Inspection and Acceptance
Section
F
Deliveries or Performance
* Section
G
Contract Administration
* Section
H
Special Contract Requirements
PART II - CONTRACT CLAUSES
* Section I Contract Clauses
PART III - LIST OF DOCUMENTS, EXHIBITS AND OTHER ATTACHMENTS
Section J List of Documents, Exhibits, and Other
Attachments
PART IV - REPRESENTATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS
* Section K Representations, Certifications and
Ot her Statements of Bidders
* Section L Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to
Bidders
* Section M Evaluation Factors for Award
3-520 Preparation and Coordination of the Contract Documents. In
accordance with the FM, the Contracting Officer has overall
responsibility for the documents included in the solicitation.
However, a successful solicitation requires a team effort in
which the specification writer and the contract specialist play
key roles.
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