Standard Solicitation Instructions




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Standard Solicitation Instructions

Attachment to Solicitation No.      

General Instructions


1.

Lockheed Martin is not obligated to pay any costs incurred by the offeror in preparing or submitting the offer.

2.

Lockheed Martin requests the offeror’s most favorable prompt payment discount terms.

3.

Quote all nonrecurring costs separately.

4.

The award will be made to the offeror that in Lockheed Martin’s judgment submits the best overall offer.

5.

Identify any drawings, data and data rights that are proprietary. Lockheed Martin will not receive or provide proprietary information without an executed Proprietary Information Agreement (PIA).

6.

Offeror producing products where the country of origin is outside the U.S. or its territories and possessions must identify the place of production or performance in the offer.

7.

Offeror providing products with an origin outside the U.S. or its territories and possessions must identify ozone-depleting chemicals used to manufacture the products.

8.

Offeror providing products containing ozone-depleting chemicals must label the products in accordance with federal law.

9.

All communication concerning Lockheed Martin’s solicitation or the offeror’s bid shall be made through the authorized buyer identified in this solicitation. Unauthorized contacts are a basis for disqualification.

10.

Answer completely each element and item of information requested and explain and justify any omissions.

11.

Offeror must state any changes to its business size or ownership characteristics, if any have occurred since its last written certification furnished to Lockheed Martin.

12.

Lockheed Martin reserves the right to award the contract without discussing the offer.

13.

Offeror must not disclose any information in the solicitation to anyone who does not need to know.

14.

Lockheed Martin reserves the right to request a Final Proposal Revision (FPR).

15.

Any contract to be issued as a result of this solicitation will incorporate Lockheed Martin security requirements for
on-site contractors.

16.

Any contract to be issued as a result of this solicitation will incorporate Lockheed Martin’s environmental and safety regulations
as outlined in PM-8013 Contractor Environment Safety & Health Handbook (latest revision) and the applicable site Environment Safety & Health Orientation for Marietta, Fort Worth or Palmdale. PM-8013 and the applicable site orientation can be viewed on buyer’s Web site at www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* (under Terms & Conditions/ES&H).

17.

Any contract to be issued as a result of this solicitation will incorporate Lockheed Martin foreign object awareness and
foreign object prevention control regulations for contractors and subcontractors accessing foreign object-control areas and
foreign object-critical areas on Lockheed Martin property. Contractors, seller or seller’s employees, subcontractors or agents
may be required to review and acknowledge by their respective signatures that the Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program information has been reviewed prior to accessing Lockheed Martin property. FOD Prevention Program information
is available at www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* or may be obtained from procurement representative.

18.

Return specified information with the submission.

19.

Lockheed Martin is not obligated to make any award as a result of this solicitation.

20.

The unclassified information included herein, if labeled “U.S. export-controlled information,” is controlled under the
ITAR 22 CFR 120-130, by the U.S. Department of State. You may not assign or provide this information to a foreign national to work on a proposal or program where access to this information would be required without the prior expressed written permission of Lockheed Martin.

21.

Notwithstanding any contrary provision in any PIA between the parties, by submission of its proposal, supplier authorizes Lockheed Martin to retain one copy of the proposal to support its audit proceedings.

22.

Seller warrants that items delivered under, or brought onto buyer’s premises in the performance of, this purchase order do not contain any of the hazardous materials listed, as of the effective date of this purchase order or contract, on the Hazardous Materials Elimination List (HMEL), under heading “I. Banned Materials.” The HMEL is available at the following location: www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* (available under Terms & Conditions/ES&H). Seller agrees to indemnify buyer against any loss, damage or liability, including removal costs, by reason of seller’s violation of this warranty.

23.

Inform Lockheed Martin of any shipments originating from off-shore of the United States. Freight forwarders/carriers must be with transportation companies that are C-TPAT certified by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

General Instructions


24.

You are requested to submit your responses and inquiries via electronic means (e-mail, PDF documents, compact disks, etc.)

25.

Any contract to be issued as a result of this solicitation will incorporate the utilization of the Lockheed Martin carrier selection guide located at http://csg.lmtas.com* as required unless direction is otherwise provided by Buyer’s Procurement Representative.

26.

For offers anticipated to have foreign content in excess of $100,000 per individual foreign supplier, offeror is requested to identify within the offer, any non-U.S. content for the supplies and services to be provided if awarded the contract. If applicable, offeror will complete Form S260 https://suppliernet.external.lmco.com/suppliernet/main/forms.cfm* and submit with the offer.

Additional Instructions for Construction


27.

Contractor is required to submit any building, welding and other construction permits required by state and local government.

28.

Identify the project manager and other key personnel.

29.

If the proposed contract is expected to exceed $100,000, provide proof of eligibility for Payment Bond form S310 and Performance Bond form S320. Offeror must submit the Payment Bond and Performance Bond prior to start of performance of the contract. These bonds may be waived if it is in the best interest of Lockheed Martin and, if applicable, authorized by our customer.

30.

Prior to commencement of work, provide a Certificate of Insurance and maintain insurance coverage throughout the contract period of performance, including:

  • Workers’ compensation

  • Comprehensive general liability, including bodily injury with limits per the general provisions

  • Comprehensive vehicle liability, including bodily injury and property damage with limits per the general provisions

  • Other insurance required by the prime contract or by Lockheed Martin’s general provisions

31.

List the prospective subcontractors and their intended duties and responsibilities and the percent (%) of work to be performed.

32.

Revise the standard cancellation clause in the lower right corner of the Certificate of Insurance to read:

Cancellation


Should any of the above described policies be cancelled before expiration date thereof, the issuing company will by mail provide a 45-day written notice to Lockheed Martin.



Special Instructions


By marking the box(es) below, the buyer is indicating the condition exists and the required statement is applicable and applies
to this solicitation.


Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

33.



If the solicitation includes radioactive, hazardous or ordnance materials

Lockheed Martin will provide special handling, packaging, identification and shipping instructions.

34.



If the anticipated offer, including options, is $500K or more (construction $1,000,000 or more) and the offeror is a large business and the requirement is directly charged to a U.S. government contract

If your offer, including options, is $500,000 or more (construction $1,000,000 or more), submit a small business subcontracting plan that fully meets the requirements of FAR 52.219-9.

35.



If a Lockheed Martin prequalification site survey
is required

Offeror must pass a prequalification site survey before award.

36.



If you are authorized to utilize General
Services Administration (GSA)/Federal Supply Schedule contracts

Lockheed Martin is authorized to order goods or services from GSA/FSS contracts. If pricing for items contained in this solicitation is under a GSA contract/Federal Supply Schedule, you are required to offer that GSA/FSS pricing in addition to pricing offered to Lockheed Martin.

37.



If the resulting contract is expected to have a DPAS rating

This is a rated order certified for national defense. The contractor is required to follow all provisions of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System Regulation (15 CFR 700).

38.



If a portion of the resulting contract is expected to have a DPAS rating

This contract contains rated order quantities certified for national defense use, and you are required to follow all the provisions
of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System Regulation
(15 CFR 700) only as it pertains to the related quantities.

39.



If cost or pricing data is anticipated

Provide cost or pricing data in accordance with FAR 15.408,
Table 15-2, or submit a request for exception from submission of cost or pricing data in accordance with FAR 15.403-1(b).

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

40.



If you cannot independently determine that the item is a commercial item and there is potential to be a commercial item and clause 52.244-6 or FAR 52.212-5 is in the government contract and you are anticipating a firm fixed-price contract

Offeror may submit a claim that the items offered are commercial items as defined in FAR 2.101 or the offeror may submit an
offer for an alternate commercial item with this offer. For the commercial item submittal, complete and sign Lockheed Martin form F335. If the offeror submits a claim that items are commercial, Lockheed Martin will inform offeror of its determination as to the commerciality as well as any resulting changes to terms and conditions expressly for commercial items.

41.



If Cost Accounting Standards are applicable
at $100,000

Return the enclosed Cost Accounting Standard Notices and Certification for $100,000 Applicability, RF 541, which may
be obtained on the Material Management Web page
www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* or contact your procurement representative and request copies.

42.



If Cost Accounting Standards are applicable
at $650,000

Return the enclosed Cost Accounting Standard Notices and Certification for $650,000 Applicability, RF 540, which may be obtained on the Material Management Web page
www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* or contact your procurement representative and request copies.

43.



If the offeror will require the use of U.S. government facilities either paid or rent free

If the offeror will require the use of U.S. government facilities, identify applicable facilities, contract number and expiration date. Provide alternative offers, one that includes the cost of rent for use of government facilities, and another premised on rent-free use
of facilities.

44.



If this requirement is in support of a U.S. government contract

Report separately any royalty expense included as a cost element in your offer if the amount of the royalty expense exceeds $250.

45.



If offeror will receive Lockheed Martin/
customer property

Note: Buyer insert list or refer to attachment after the required statements.



The following Lockheed Martin/customer property will be provided to the contractor for use during the performance of the contract:

     


46.



If the requirement includes quality special-
process clauses

For each required special process, identify the name and place of performance of any sub-tier contractor performing the process. In addition, if you have an alternative commercial process that would meet the requirements of the required special process, please identify the alternate commercial process and the name of the contractor performing the process.

47.



If the offeror is not active in the supplier database and has access to the Internet

You may be receiving a request to complete the supplier profile
on the Lockheed Martin Trading Partner Management through
Supplier Net located at https://suppliernet.external.lmco.com/
suppliernet/security/index.cfm
*

48.



If the subcontract requires the supplier to furnish defense articles or services valued at $500,000 or more (or an amendment that will cause an order to exceed $500,000) and such articles or services are to be delivered by Lockheed Martin directly or indirectly (through the U.S. government or a foreign company) to or for the use of the armed forces of a foreign government or international organization under either:

  1. A foreign military sale (FMS) contract or

  2. A foreign direct commercial sale
    (DCS) contract

Note: This requirement does not apply if the products or services are commercial (not defense articles or services as defined in the ITAR). Contact your export/import compliance officer for assistance in determining whether or not products or services are commercial.

Complete and return certification regarding political contributions, fees and commissions paid in connection with sales subject to the Arms Export Control Act, RF 314, which may be obtained on the Material Management Web page
www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* or contact your procurement representative and request copies.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

49.



If pricing for an option quantity is requested

Price the option quantity as a separate line item.

50.



If you will be providing proprietary information to
a supplier

Proprietary information furnished by Lockheed Martin shall be governed by the terms of the executed PIA.

51.



If soliciting foreign entities

Offers must be in U.S. currency.

52.



If this will involve a drop shipment from the offeror

Offeror will be required to drop-ship contract deliverables to the destination identified in this solicitation. If applicable, offeror must provide to the buyer a complete data package including copies of the packing slip and freight bill.

53.



If the offeror will receive a drop shipment

Note: If other than a Contractor’s Shipping and Receiving Report S915 is used, reference the


site-approved form.

Offeror will receive a drop shipment of items listed in this solicitation. Provide to the buyer a completed Contractor’s Shipping and Receiving Report.

54.



If your site provides suppliers Internet access to documents (provide the Internet address where the documents reside)

Copies of documents referenced in this solicitation may be
obtained from the Lockheed Martin Internet home page at www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management*

55.



If the offer is direct charge to a
government contract

The terms and conditions applicable to this solicitation and any resultant contract include self-certification statements including, but limited to:

– FAR 52.203-11 Certifications and Disclosure Regarding Payments To Influence Certain Federal Transactions

– FAR 52.209-5 Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Proposed Debarment and Other
Responsibility Matters

– FAR 52.222-22 Previous Contracts and


Compliance Reports

– FAR 52.222-25 Affirmative Action Compliance

By submitting an offer, offeror acknowledges the self-certifications incorporated by reference herein. In the event offeror cannot affirmatively accept any of the self-certification requirements, offeror’s proposal must so state and include any explanation therefore. Further definition of applicable representations and certifications can be found in the referenced terms and conditions.


56.



If offers are to be entered through the Acquisition Quote Center (AQC), enter that information in the statement; otherwise, enter your name and address

Return all offers and correspondence (if any) relating to offers to

     











(include appropriate information).

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

57.



If you intend to utilize the reverse auction technique of competitive bidding

Reverse Auctions 

In response to this Request for Proposal, offeror will be required to submit pricing through a competitive reverse auction. The reverse auction will be conducted on a secure Internet portal


and will be facilitated by Exostar®, the Aerospace and Defense Industry Exchange. In order to be considered for any award resulting from this solicitation, offeror must be responsive
to this Request for Proposal and participate in the reverse auction. Offeror, without being identified to other offerors, will propose prices for unit/lot items, with their pricing visible to other offerors competing for the same unit/lot items. During the reverse auction, offerors will have the opportunity to provide unit/lot item price changes in real time as they view competing unit/lot prices on-line. The reverse auction will take place in accordance with the schedule provided with this Request for Proposal.

The lowest price for any unit/lot item at the conclusion of the reverse auction does not mean that an award will be made to that offeror. The results of the reverse auction will be part of Lockheed Martin’s evaluation for determining to which offeror,


if any, an award will be made.

To participate in the reverse auction, offeror will have to register through the Exostar® auction Web site. There are no fees to register or participate in the reverse auction. The registration process takes a few days and offerors are encouraged to register early. Offerors should review the Exostar® Auction Services on-line training before the auction event. Failure to register in time for the auction, inability to access the auction or any electronic or system error preventing offeror from participating in the auction, at any stage, will be considered a nonresponsive proposal.

In addition to any requirements, specifications or terms and conditions that Lockheed Martin may require in conjunction with the auction, offerors will be required to agree to and comply with the standard Exostar® Auction Services Terms and Conditions.  Information about registration, on-line training and Exostar® Terms and Conditions can be found at http://www.exostar.com*


58.



If a government construction acquisition that is performed on government property is expected to exceed $2,000

The contractor is required to follow all provisions of
FAR 52.222-6 Davis-Bacon Act. Certified payroll statements
will be required.

59.



If the requirement requires an offeror’s conference and site visit(s)

Conference and site visit(s) location:

Date      

Time      

Place      



Please provide the name and title of those who will attend offeror’s conference and site visit(s).

60.



If the requirement is for a specialized agreement, such as a corporate agreement or group purchasing agreement

Lockheed Martin’s estimated annual usage is      .

61.



If the solicitation requires unique
pricing instructions

Include sufficient detail in your solicitation for the contractor to respond appropriately. For example, if option pricing is requested, fully define the option requirements and include a model options clause with required pricing formats.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

62.



If you solicit a foreign source and technical data is provided, ensure you have a PIA (if the technical data is also proprietary) in effect and the data transfer complies with E/ICC requirements

Technical data furnished by Lockheed Martin shall be returned to Lockheed Martin or destroyed at completion of work. A written certification of destruction will be required.

63.



If solicitation includes equipment/avionics/
support equipment

Seller warrants that any items that may be delivered as a result
of this solicitation will not contain any of the hazardous material listed on the Hazardous Material Elimination List (HMEL), under heading “Restricted Materials,” unless seller has obtained from buyer written approval to provide such item containing such hazardous material. Approval by buyer of such material for an item shall not constitute approval for any other use of such material in such item. In the event the technical specification provided to the seller for the purpose of this solicitation specifies a particular use of such material in such item, no further approvals shall be required for specified use of such material in such item. The HMEL is available at www.lockheedmartin.com/
material-management
* (under Terms & Conditions/ES&H).

Following is a list of items for which restricted material has been approved for specific uses:



Part Nomenclature

     


Material

     


Specific Approved Use

     


Therefore, list all items, if any, for which such approval will be required for any purchase order resulting from this request for proposal. Please include Part Nomenclature; material for which approval is sought; restricted use for which approval is sought.

64.



If seller will be reimbursed for travel expenses

Details regarding the number of personnel traveling, destination, number of days, airfare (economy class unrestricted normal fare), lodging per diem, incidental travel expenses and rental car shall
be provided. Seller must provide documentation for travel and associated expenses as well as certify in writing with each invoice that cost(s) presented are not unallowable by government and that actual charges are within the limits established in the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) applicable for buyer’s location. Subject to other limitations herein expressed shall be reimbursable if and only if such expenses would be reimbursable under both Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and Department of Defense Travel Policies.

65.



If you solicit a foreign source of supply, or if you know that shipment of items will be provided directly from a foreign source to Lockheed Martin, or a drop shipment to a Lockheed Martin sub-tier supplier or a Lockheed Martin customer, include the statement

Lockheed Martin has joined with the U.S. Customs Service in
the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program. This program is designed to protect the supply chain from the introduction of terrorist contraband (weapons, explosives, biological, nuclear or chemical agents, etc.) in shipments to Lockheed Martin, drop shipments to its sub-tier suppliers, or drop shipments to its customers originating from
off-shore of the United States. Suppliers are advised that shipments through U.S. importers, from manufacturers in foreign countries, and brokers/freight forwarders/carriers must be with transportation companies that are C-TPAT validated by the
U.S. Customs Service. Contact the Lockheed Martin Procurement Representative identified in the solicitation
for assistance in identifying transportation companies that are validated under the C-TPAT program.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

66.



Include this Required Statement in your RFP/RFQ if all of the following conditions are applicable:

1) Your supplier is a U.S. firm, and

2) Your RFP/RFQ will include Export Controlled Information, and

3) The Export Controlled Information


is appropriately marked

Export Controlled Information as defined in


CPS-710 is information that is subject to control by U.S. export control laws or regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
of the U.S. Department of State, the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) of the U.S. Department of Commerce and Patent Secrecy Orders issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Export Controlled Information may include, but is not limited to, technical information used for design, development, production, manufacture, assembly, operation, repair, testing, maintenance
or modification of a defense article or an article specifically designed, developed, configured, adapted or modified for a military application or an article used in satellite, nuclear power, computer or other applications whose transfer or disclosure is specifically controlled by a U.S. government agency. Examples are blueprints, technical drawings, operating manuals, photographs, computer software and patent applications.

Appropriately marked Export Controlled Information per CPS-710 is marked with the legend “Export Controlled Information” or an equivalent legend as directed by your Export Compliance Coordinator. The legend is to be applied to the cover page of


the document and to each subsequent page
of the document.

If you suspect that information provided for your RFP/RFQ is not properly marked, then follow the guidance in CPS-710 and/or contact your Export Compliance Coordinator.



ITAR Disclosure U.S. Firm 

Lockheed Martin is sending a solicitation to your firm which contains technical data controlled under the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 CFR 120-130) or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) (15 CFR 730-774).  Such solicitation may also require the further provision of technical data (including software), hardware and/or a defense service at a future date(s). 

The ITAR requires that Department of State approval be obtained prior to the release of any technical data (including software), hardware or the provision of a defense service, which is controlled under the U.S. Munitions List (22 CFR 121) to a Foreign Person. 

Under ITAR, 22 CFR 120.16, a Foreign Person is defined as: 


“. . . any natural person who is not a lawful permanent resident
as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(20) or who is not a protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3). It also means any foreign corporation, business association, partnership, trust, society or any other entity group that is not incorporated or organized to do business in the United States, as well as international organizations, foreign governments and any agency or subdivision of foreign governments (e.g., diplomatic missions).”

Similarly, the EAR requires that Department of Commerce approval be obtained prior to the release of any technical data, software, hardware or assistance for items controlled under the Commerce Control List (15 CFR 774). 

It is imperative for your firm and your U.S. subcontractors to comply with these requirements before data, software, hardware or the provision of a defense service controlled under the ITAR
or the EAR is transmitted/provided to any Foreign Person. If assistance is required concerning these regulations, contact the Departments of State and/or Commerce for additional information and guidance. 


67.



If the supplier has been deemed “eligible” to use corporate agreement pricing

You are eligible to acquire items/material using Lockheed Martin corporate agreement per CA.

     


68.



If prime contract is on the “contracts with funding limitations” listing

Please complete and submit Termination Liability Funding Forecast (Form 11570) with your offer. The form and instructions may be obtained on the Material Management Web page www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* or contact your procurement representative and request copies.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.

Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

69.



If contract type will be time and material or
labor hour

Seller must support and provide verification that their accounting system and billing system can adequately track costs and billings. Accounting system and billing system status can be verified by providing Lockheed Martin a copy of accounting system and billing system approval documentation issued to the seller by the government, or a current Lockheed Martin Corporation or DCAA field pricing audit. The accounting system and billing system must each be addressed.

70.



If contract type will be time and material or labor hour and:

1) an LMC or DCAA audit is not available and

2) the magnitude of the contemplated transaction does not justify initiating a new audit


Seller must provide certification via a letter from their Certified Public Accountant that verifies their accounting and billing system can adequately track hours and billings and seller will support invoices with documentation supporting the hours billed
(e.g., copies of time cards, time logs or labor certifications signed by seller’s controller).

71.



If contract type will be cost-reimbursable or
fixed incentive

Seller must support and provide verification that their accounting system and billing system can adequately track costs and billings. Accounting system and billing system status can be verified by providing Lockheed Martin a copy of accounting system and billing system approval documentation issued to the seller by the government. Each system must be separately addressed.

72.



If the requirement is for a direct-funded government project under one of the following facilities lease contracts:

Fort Worth – F33657-97-L-2018

Marietta – F33657-97-L-2019

Palmdale – F33657-00-L-2039



Seller shall use recycled and recovered materials in the
products identified on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines available on the
Internet at http://epa.gov/cpg/. Prior to final payment, seller shall complete and deliver to project manager Form 10432 “Estimate
& Certification of Recycled or Recovered Materials.” Form
may be obtained from the Material Management Web page www.lockheedmartin.com/material-management* (under Terms
& Conditions/Certifications) or contact your procurement representative and request copies.

73.



If you have established a list of evaluation criteria

Evaluation criteria in order of importance is:

 As follows:



     

 Listed on enclosure:



     

74.



If you anticipate establishing a competitive range comprised of the most highly rated proposals

The competitive range may be limited by Lockheed Martin for purposes of efficiency.

75.



If contractor personnel performs services at our facilities

Buyer (or, if this PO uses the term “Lockheed Martin” instead of the term “Buyer,” then “Lockheed Martin” is substituted herein for the term “Buyer”) at any time shall have the right to conduct or have conducted a criminal background check or re-check on any individual needing access to Buyer’s premises. At the sole discretion of Buyer, access to Buyer’s premises by any individual may be denied or revoked if either (i) Buyer determines that such individual is not suited to perform services in Buyer’s work environment, or (ii) such individual fails or refuses to provide Buyer immediately upon request the information and documentation needed to verify such individual’s identify, qualifications and, if any, criminal history. Buyer’s decision to deny anyone access shall not be construed as Buyer’s opinion or determination concerning any matter whatsoever other than access to Buyer’s premises.

*Hyperlinks are included on page 9.


Applicable

Condition

Required Statement

76.



If the resulting contract will be for other than Firm Fixed Price/Fixed Priced with Economic Price Adjustment competitive or Firm Fixed Price/Fixed Price with Economic Price Adjustment commercial items under Department of Defense (DoD) contracts and your prime contract contains DFARS 252.215-7003 Excessive Pass-Through Charges – Identification of Subcontract Effort/DFARS 252.215-7004 Excessive Pass-Through Charges.

The proposals and any resultant contracts resulting from this solicitation are subject to the requirements of DFARS 252.215-7003 Excessive Pass-Through Charges – Identification of Subcontract Effort and DFARS 252.215-7004 Excessive Pass-Through Charges. Offerors intending to subcontract to lower-tier subcontractors more than 70 percent of the total cost of work shall identify in their proposals: (1) the amount of the offeror’s indirect costs and profit applicable to the work to be performed by the lower-tier subcontractor(s) and (2) a description of the value added by the offeror as related to work to be performed by the lower-tier subcontractor(s).

If the amount of subcontracted work changes during the life of any resultant contracts such that the amount of lower-tier subcontractor effort exceeds 70 percent, the offeror shall provide a description of the value added by the offeror as related to the work to be performed by the lower-tier subcontractor(s).





Additional Instructions


77.



Offeror may also propose alternate delivery schedules that may be more economical or advantageous.

78.



The anticipated date of award is: 2nd Quarter 2008

79.



Provide cost breakdown.

80.



Include management and organization charts.      

81.



Please reference Lockheed Martin’s solicitation number on all pages of your offer and within the e-mail subject line if submitting offer via e-mail.

82.



If responding to multiple solicitations, please submit responses separately.

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https://suppliernet.external.lmco.com/suppliernet/security/index.cfm
www.exostar.com
http://epa.gov/cpg
https://suppliernet.external.lmco.com/suppliernet/main/forms.cfm


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