NASA 1852.239-70 Alternate Delivery Points. Basic (NOV 1993) (Current)

As prescribed in 1839.107-70(a)(1), the contracting officer shall insert the clause substantially as stated at 1852.239-70, Alternate Delivery Points, in solicitations and contracts for information technology when—
(i) An indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract will be used or when the contract will include options for additional quantities; and
(ii) Delivery is F.O.B destination to the contracting activity.
(2) When delivery is F.O.B. origin and Government bills of lading (GBL) are used, the contracting officer shall use the clause with its Alternate I.


(a) The first priority of this contract is to satisfy the anticipated requirements of (identify contracting activity). However, should the actual requirements of (contracting activity) be less than the maximum quantities/values specified in Section B of this contract, (contracting activity) may order the remaining available quantities/values to satisfy the requirements of other installations. The other installations at which delivery may be required are:

(List installations and their locations)

(b) The prices of the deliverables in Section B are F.O.B. destination to (contracting activity). If delivery to an alternate location is ordered, an equitable adjustment may be negotiated to recognize any variances in transportation costs associated with delivery to that alternate location.

(End of clause)

Subcontractor ✖ IT ✔ Construction ✖ Architect-Eng ✖ 

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