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MO-327 CHG 94-01
Using the expanded performance requirements summary (EPRS),
developed during the planning phase of the procurement, the
specification writer prepares the performance requirements
summary (PRS) for inclusion in attachment J-C-.  Working from
the EPRS, the specification writer also prepares the performance
work statement (PWS) which consist of Section C and related
attachments.  The specification writer should review the Special
Contract Requirements, Section H and Delivery of Performance,
Section F.  Section F contains provisions concerning the work
schedule.  The bid schedule and schedule of deductions should be
prepared by the specification writer and carefully reviewed by
the contracts specialist.  The specification writer should also
ensure that an attachment, Attachment J-E-, is included in the
contract describing statistically extrapolated surveillance
techniques when the use of such techniques is planned.  A typical
attachment for statistically extrapolated surveillance techniques
is included in Appendix D.  Coordination between the various
schedules contained in the solicitation and the PRS is important.
For facility support services, for which there exist a NAVFAC
Guide Performance Work Statement (GPWS), NAVFACENGCOM encourages
the use of the GPWS (see listing of available GPWS in Appendix C)
(see paragraph l-520 "Training").  When an existing specification
from a previous contract is used to develop a new contract, use
caution to assure that the existing specification is completely
edited to fit the new purpose.  Improperly edited existing
specifications are a major source of conflicts and ambiguities in
FSCs.
Typically for every contract requirement shown on the PRS, which
is included in the firm fixed price part of the contract, a
corresponding item should be included in the schedule of
deductions (or schedule of prices as appropriate).  For every
contract requirement shown on the PRS, but not included in the
firm fixed price portion of the contract, a corresponding item
should be included in the schedule of indefinite quantity work.
The contract specialist is tasked with insuring that all the
appropriate contract clauses including NAVFAC's "Consequence of
I
the Contractor's Failure to Perform Required Services", "Schedule
of Deductions," and "Estimating the Price of Nonperformed or
Unsatisfactory Work" are included in the contract in accordance
with the latest edition of the Contracting Manual P-68.
3-530 Section C Performance Work Statement.  The performance
work statement (PWS) generally will include the following
paragraphs (See UCF Guide for additional paragraphs that may be
used in Section C):
C.1
GENERAL INTENTION
PARAGRAPH NO.
C.2
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
C.3
DEFINITIONS - TECHNICAL
C.4
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY AND SERVICES
C.5
CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS
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