PART 1813—SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION PROCEDURES
Authority: 51 U.S.C. 20113(a) and 48 CFR chapter 1.
Source: 63 FR 40189, July 28, 1998, unless otherwise noted.
1813.003 Policy. (NASA supplements paragraph (g))
(g) Acquisitions under these simplified acquisition procedures shall be fixed-price, except as provided under the unpriced purchase order method in FAR 13.302–2.
Subpart 1813.3—Simplified Acquisition Methods
1813.302-570 NASA solicitation provisions.
(1) The contracting officer may use the provision at 1852.213–70, Offeror Representations and Certifications—Other Than Commercial Products and Commercial Services, in simplified acquisitions exceeding the mircro-purchase threshold that are for other than Commercial Products and Commercial Services. This provision shall not be used for acquisition of Commercial Products and Commercial Services as defined in FAR 2.101.
(2) This provision provides a single, consolidated list of certifications and representations for the acquisition of other than Commercial Products and Commercial Services using simplified acquisition procedures and is attached to the solicitation for offerors to complete and return with their offer.
(i) Use the provision with its Alternate I in solicitations for acquisitions that are for, or specify the use of recovered materials (see FAR 23.4).
(ii) Use the provision with its Alternate II in solicitations for the acquisition of research, studies, supplies, or services of the type normally acquired from higher education institutions (see FAR 26.3).
(iii) Use the provision with its Alternate III in solicitation which include the clause at FAR 52.227–14, Rights in Data—General (see FAR 27.404(d)(2) and 1827.404(d)).
(b) The contracting officer may insert a provision substantially the same as the provision at 1852.213–71, Evaluation—Other than Commercial Products and Commercial Services, in solicitations using simplified acquisition procedures for other than Commercial Products and Commercial Services when a trade-off source selection process will be used, that is, factors in addition to technical acceptability and price will be considered. (See FAR 13.106.)