SECTION F
DELIVERIES OR PERFORMANCE


F.1 NOTICE LISTING CONTRACT CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE

NOTICE: The following solicitation provisions and/or contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated by reference:

52.212-13 STOP-WORK ORDER AUG 1989
52.247-34 F.O.B. DESTINATION NOV 1991

The period of performance shall begin upon contract award (anticipated to be approximately October) and shall continue until completion and acceptance of all tasks and deliverables. Four (4) one (1) year options for continued performance of tasks orders are available. Exercising of the option years is dependent upon satisfactory performance, continuing need, and the availability of funding.

F.3 TASK ORDERS

Tasks under this contract with the exception of the initial contract startup/testing phase (which will be obligated at time of award) shall be performed through the issuance of phased task orders. The period of performance and delivery dates will be established with each order. For each new task order, the COTR will made available to the contractor the documents to be analyzed and through the Contracting Officer will issue a request outlining required activities and deliverables for a task order proposal. The contractor will be given a minimum of five (5) working days' notice of the Library's intention to request analysis for a new task order. The contractor shall submit a technical proposal in response to each request within the timeframe specified. The proposal shall include a detailed description of the work to be accomplished (work plan); the batch sizes for deliverables and completion dates (milestone chart); the required inputs by the Library; and other information deemed appropriate. A cost proposal in accordance with Section B, The Schedule, shall be submitted with the response. After review and approval of the proposal, the Contracting Officer may issue the task order. The Library reserves the right to decline to issue a specific task order to the contractor after reviewing the contractor's proposal. No reimbursement shall be made for preparation of task proposals. After issuance of a task order, no changes in scope of work, or changes in delivery dates shall be undertaken without the explicit authorization of the Contracting Officer.

F.4 SCHEDULING DELIVERIES

It is the responsibility of the contractor to insure that arrival of shipments at the Library occur between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding Federal holidays. (See also Section D)

F.5 52.211-8 TIME OF DELIVERY. (JUL 1995)

(a) The Government requires delivery to be made according to the processing/production rates for digital images as indicated below:

REQUIRED DELIVERY SCHEDULE

LOT 1 -- minimum of 5,000 to a maximum of 15,000 digital images per week and text conversion encoding at a minimum rate of 1,000 pages per week and a maximum rate of 10,000 pages per week for.

LOT 2 -- minimum of 100 to a maximum of 500 digital images per week.

F.5.1 Contract Startup/Testing Phase (CLIN B.5.08 and C.13)

Weeks After Contract Award

LOTS 1 AND 2

(LOTS 1 and 2) LOT 1

F.5.2 Typical Task Order Schedule

Week .................. Action

LOTS 1 AND 2

Weeks 1-2 ..........

Weeks 3-4 ...........

Week 5 .................

Weeks 6-7 ...........

Week 8 ...............

Week 11 .............

Week 13 .............

LOT 1

Week 16 ..............

Week 19 .............

NOTE: Additional batches continue concurrently as needed to complete job on pattern above:

F.5.2 Follow-On Task Orders

Analysis of materials and task proposal preparation and response may vary for each task order. Precise delivery dates and batch sizes will be determined for each task order and may vary based upon the difficulty inherent in the materials being digitized. Requests for subsequent task proposals may overlap performance on a task order in progress.

F.6 PLACE OF DELIVERY (F.O.B. DESTINATION)

Supplies and/or services shall be delivered F.O.B. destination to:

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