As prescribed in 217.208-70(a) and (a)(2), use this clause in solicitations and contracts when an option may be used for foreign military sales requirements and the foreign military sales country is not known at the time of solicitation or award. Do not use the basic or the alternate of this clause in contracts for establishment or replenishment of DoD inventories or stocks, or acquisitions made under DoD cooperative logistics support arrangements.
Alternate I. As prescribed in 217.208-70(a) and (a)(2), use the following clause, which uses a different paragraph (b) than paragraph (b) of the basic clause:
EXERCISE OF OPTION TO FULFILL FOREIGN MILITARY SALES COMMITMENTS—ALTERNATE I (NOV 2014)
(a) The Government may exercise the option(s) of this contract to fulfill foreign military sales commitments.
(b) On the date the option is exercised, the Government shall identify the foreign country for the purpose of negotiating any equitable adjustment attributable to foreign military sales. Failure to agree on an equitable adjustment shall be treated as a dispute under the Disputes clause of this contract.
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