Can I get a price and lead time for the parts in the attached drawings? There are special shipping and inspection instructions as described below.
Insert a desiccant bag per MIL-D-3464, Type I or II of appropriate size, with up to 50 individual components , into any poly- bag with a minimum thickness .002 inch to provide moisture protection. Each unit may either be heat-sealed, or zip locked. The bag must be legibly marked with part name, part number, revision letter and quantity.
After completion of the above requirements the parts are to be bulk packaged for shipment to High Purity Systems Inc.
Note: The shipping containers must be legibly marked on two surfaces with the contract number, part name, part number and quantity. Must be on standard sized pallets.
NOTE: In accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Clause 52.246-2, "The Contracting Officer may also charge the Contractor for any additional cost of inspection or test when prior rejection makes re-inspection or retest necessary. Therefore, all rejected items will be subjected to a re-inspection cost, unless it is determined to be government caused. Vendors will be charged our current stabilized rate *$ 115.24 (x) ______ (#) hours it will take to re-inspect the rejected parts. Also, the vendor will be charged $500.00 for the modification required to be issued to extend the delivery date to allow resubmission of the rejected parts. These costs
constitute consideration for allowing an extension of the delivery date.
*The Composite Average Fully Burdened Rate is changed annually.