USA - BATTERY POWER SOURCE

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Opportunity closing date
16 May 2019
Opportunity publication date
11 May 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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BATTERY POWER SOURC
6130-01-525-2788
Lithium Ion
RP001: DLA PACKAGING REQUIREMENTS FOR PROCUREMENT
 
RA001: THIS DOCUMENT INCORPORATES TECHNICAL AND/OR QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
(IDENTIFIED BY AN 'R' OR AN 'I' NUMBER) SET FORTH IN FULL TEXT IN THE
DLA MASTER LIST OF TECHNICAL AND QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOUND ON THE WEB
AT: http://www.dla.mil/HQ/Acquisition/Offers/eProcurement.aspx. FOR
SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITIONS, THE REVISION OF THE MASTER IN EFFECT ON THE
SOLICITATION ISSUE DATE OR THE AWARD DATE CONTROLS.  FOR LARGE
ACQUISITIONS, THE REVISION OF THE MASTER IN EFFECT ON THE RFP ISSUE DATE
APPLIES UNLESS A SOLICITATION AMENDMENT INCORPORATES A FOLLOW-ON
REVISION, IN WHICH CASE THE AMENDMENT DATE CONTROLS.
 

RQ011: REMOVAL OF GOVERNMENT IDENTIFICATION FROM NON-ACCEPTED SUPPLIES
 
SAMPLING:
THE SAMPLING METHOD SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH MIL-STD-1916 OR ASQ
H1331, TABLE 1 OR A COMPARABLE ZERO BASED SAMPLING PLAN UNLESS OTHERWISE
SPECIFIED BY THE CONTRACT. IF THE APPLICABLE DRAWING, SPECIFICATION,
STANDARD, OR QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISION (QAP) SPECIFIES CRITICAL, MAJOR
AND/OR MINOR ATTRIBUTES, THEY SHALL BE ASSIGNED VERIFICAITON LEVELS OF
VII, IV AND II OR AQLS OF 0.1, 1.0 AND 4.0 RESPECTIVELY. UNSPECIFIED
ATTRIBUTES SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS MAJOR UNLESS SAMPLING PLANS ARE
SPECIFIED IN APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS. FOR MIL-STD-1916, THE MANUFACTURER
MAY USE THE ATTRIBUTE OR VARIABLE INSPECTION METHOD AT THEIR OPTION OR
PER THE CONTRACT. MIL-STD-105/ASQ Z1.4 MAY BE USED TO SET SAMPLE LOT
SIZE, BUT ACCEPTANCE WOULD BE ZERO NON-CONFORMANCES IN THE SAMPLE LOT
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE CONTRACT.
MIL-STD-130N(1) DATED 16 NOV 2012.
IDENTIFICATION MARKING OF U.S. MILITARY PROPERTY
 
NOTE: THIS IS A RESTRICTED SOURCE ITEM AND
REQUIRES ENGINEERING SOURCE APPROVAL BY THE
GOVERNMENT DESIGN CONTROL ACTIVITY.
Shelf Life Type 1, 60 months
THIS SHELF LIFE ITEM IS NON-EXTENDABLE, CODE S,
WITH A TOTAL SHELF LIFE OF SIXTY MONTHS.
MATERIAL FURNISHED UNDER THIS CONTRACT/ORDER
SHALL HAVE AT LEAST 85% (51 MONTHS) OF SHELF
LIFE REMAINING AT TIME OF DELIVERY.
MERCURY OR MERCURY CONTAINING COMPOUNDS SHALL
NOT BE INTENTIONALLY ADDED TO, OR COME IN DIRECT
CONTACT WITH, ANY HARDWARE OR SUPPLIES FURNISHED
UNDER THIS CONTRACT. EXCEPTION: FUNCTIONAL MERCURY
USED IN BATTERIES, FLUORESCENT LIGHTS, REQUIRED
INSTRUMENTS; SENSORS OR CONTROLS; WEAPON SYSTEMS;
AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS REAGENTS SPECIFIED BY NAVSEA.
PORTABLE FLUORESCENT LAMPS AND PORTABLE INSTRUMENTS
CONTAINING MERCURY SHALL BE SHOCK PROOF AND CONTAIN
A SECOND BOUNDARY OF CONTAINMENT OF THE MERCURY OR
MERCURY COMPOUND. (IAW NAVSEA 5100-003D).
Hazard Communication Standard Notice:
Effective June 1, 2015, Federal Standard No. 313-E, Material Safety
Data, Transportation Data and Disposal Data for Hazardous Materials
Furnished to Government Activities, establishes the requirement for
preparation and submission of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) in lieu of
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) by suppliers who provide hazardous
materials to government activities.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has modified
its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to conform to the United Nations
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
 As a result of this change, GSA revised Federal Standard No. 313-E
requiring Safety Data Sheets for classifying chemicals and communicating
the applicable information on labels.
In accordance with the revised standard after June 1, 2015:
1. Suppliers will be required to submit, to the contracting officer for
review and approval prior to award, safety data sheets consistent with
the requirements found at 29 C.F.R.  1910.1200 for hazardous materials
delivered to the Government.
2. Suppliers will also be required to submit, to the contracting officer
for review and approval prior to award, Hazardous Communication Standard
(HCS) labels in accordance with 29 C.F.R. 1910.1200 requirements or
current Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA), Federal Hazardous Substance
Act (FHSA) labels when subject to labeling requirements under those
statutes. This product labeling is required for hazardous materials
delivered to the Government.
3. Finally, suppliers must train their employees on the new safety data
sheets, hazardous communication labels, and requirements of 29 C.F.R.
1910.1200.
For more information on SDS, refer to OSHAs website, available at:
https://www.osha.gov/law-regs.html
For information on 29 C.F.R. 1910.1200, refer to the below link:
https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/index.html
SIERRA NEVADA CORPORATION 3CN36 P/N 200-00006-01

Opportunity closing date
16 May 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed

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