(a)(i)(C) If market research and analysis yields that expert and consultant services are commercial items (as defined in FAR 2.101), the concurrence of DASN(P) shall be obtained on the required determination. Determinations shall be submitted by email with a copy of the approved AS, STRAP, or MOPAS-S using RDAJ&As.email@example.com with the subject “[Activity Name] NMCARS 5212.102 – D&F for Expert and Consultant Commercial Services.”
(b)(iii) Submit the required contracting officer determination for agency head approval to DASN(P) with a copy of the approved AS, STRAP, or MOPAS-S by email at RDAJ&As.firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “[Activity Name] DFARS 212.207(b)(iii) - D&F to Use T&M/LH Contract Type for Commercial Services.”
(c) Tailoring inconsistent with customary commercial practice. HCAs may delegate the authority to approve waivers under FAR 12.302(c) to no lower than the CCOs at their subordinate contracting offices, except ASN(RDA) approval of the waiver is required if any additional terms or conditions are to be included. Submit waivers requiring ASN(RDA) approval via DASN(P) by email at RDAJ&As.email@example.com with the subject “[Activity Name] DFARS 212.302 - Waiver—Authority to Add Terms and Conditions Inconsistent with Commercial Practice.” All waiver requests shall contain the necessary documentation justifying the proposed action.
(c)(4) Termination for cause. Within five (5) calendar days after issuing the notice of the termination or a change in termination status, submit a copy of the FAPIIS entry required by FAR 42.1503(h)(1)(iii), including changes in status of terminations, to the AGC (AI) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “FAR 12.403(c)(4) – Termination for Cause” followed by the contract number”.
(a)(2) Copies of HCA determinations submitted to Defense Pricing and Contracting (DPC) shall be submitted to DASN(P) by email at RDAJ&As.email@example.com with the subject “[Activity Name] DFARS 212.7001(a)(2) HCA Determination for Conversion of a Procurement from Commercial Acquisition Procedures.”