(f) Applications for subcontracting under Section 305 of the NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017 (P.L. 115-10) must be filed and processed in accordance with NFS 1850.104-370. (ii) the specific definition of the abnormally dangerous risk to which the contractor is exposed during the performance of the contract, including the specificity of the activities of this type of risk and the time frames for the risk; Contractors may make claims to the principal contractor and, if necessary, to higher-level subcontractors. If the principal contractor agrees that a compensation clause should be paid to the subcontractor, the principal contractor sends his written contracting claim to the contracting contractor known for approval in accordance with 50.104-3. The main contractor`s request contains information regarding 1850.104-3, far 50.104-3 and FAR 50.104-3 (b) (1) (i), ii), (iv), (v) and (vii). The agreed definition of abnormally dangerous risk to be included in subcontracting is the same as in the main contract. (8) If the contract is a space programming contract (see AFFARS 5302), make sure for SMC that the licensee is not on the Contractor Responsibility Checklist (CRWL). If the holder is mentioned in the CRWL, the holder does not exercise this option without authorization (see AFFARS MP5309.190). 1. The holder`s claim for compensation must be submitted to the administrator of the contract for which the compensation clause is sought. The application must be submitted six (6) months prior to the desired date of the claim, in order to have sufficient time for the Agency to review, analyze and approve the application. Contractors make a single application and ensure that dual applications are not submitted by related services, subsidiaries or the contractor`s headquarters.
(ii) the contractor`s claim for compensation must provide a sufficient basis for compensation, specifying work activities related to the abnormally dangerous or nuclear risk under the contract and specifying the time frames for the risk. b) Claims made by the contractor pursuant to section 305 of the NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017 (P.L. 115-10) are submitted to the person responsible for the contract for which compensation is sought and submitted in accordance with NFS 1850.104-3 (a) and FAR 50.104-3 (a). The contractor coordinates all contractor applications received by the Agency and Centre law offices and processes the application in accordance with NFS 1850.104-3 (b) and FAR 50.104-3 (b), with the exception of FAR 50.104-3 (b)). (4) (ii) When the subcontractors` compensation is approved, the contractor records a note on the points covered by 50.104-3 (b) and contains an analysis of the subcontractor`s financial protection program. When conducting this analysis, the contractor takes into account the availability, costs, insurance conditions and insurance conditions associated with the abnormally dangerous risk. (b) the letter of transmission contains the licensee`s application, all supporting documentation provided by the holder, and all supporting documentation provided by the holder in reviewing the facts and questions relevant to the application. All classified documents contained in the material transmitted are thus characteristic. 14 CFR, Part 1209, Part 3, Contract Adjustment Board, establishes the Contract Adjustment Board (CAB) as the receiving authority to review and transfer requests for measures that are exceptionally compliant with contracts submitted by NASA contractors.