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25th National Aerospace FOD Prevention Conference July 27 - 29, 2004. Ground and Flight Risk Clause and its effect on FOD Prevention Programs. My Background. Former KC-135 Pilot 21 ½ Years Active Duty Retired in 2000 Began second career in same job as civilian

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25th National AerospaceFOD Prevention Conference

July 27 - 29, 2004

Ground and Flight Risk Clause and its effect on FOD Prevention Programs

my background
My Background
  • Former KC-135 Pilot
  • 21 ½ Years Active Duty
  • Retired in 2000
  • Began second career in same job as civilian
  • Contractor Aircraft Operations since 1989
contact information
Contact Information
  • john.heib@dcma.mil
    • DSN 328-1313
    • 703-428-1313
  • home.dcma.mil
contractor ops 101
Contractor Ops 101
  • Contractors perform all manner of aircraft ground and flight operations including production, modification, repair, overhaul, and routine organic maintenance.
  • Two Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations come into play with contractor aircraft operations
gfrc afrc
GFRC/AFRC
  • The Ground and Flight Risk ClauseDFARS 252.228-7001
  • Aircraft Flight Risk ClauseDFARS 252.228-7002
  • Both clauses indemnify contractors from loss
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GFRC/AFRC
  • Government’s assumption of risk comes at a price for contractors
  • Government requires contractors to develop safe and effective Procedures which the Government retains the authority to approve.
  • Procedures cover all aspects of operations including FOD and Tool Control
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GFRC/AFRC Guidance

DCMA INST 8210.1

Definitions and FAR/DFARS Reference

Policies and Procedures

approving authority

GFR training

delegating authority

flight/ground operations

verification of contractor compliance

Appraisal Criteria for Contractor’s

Procedures

Contractor Flight and Ground Ops Surveys

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DCMA INST 8210.1
  • The contractor shall develop a Foreign Object Damage Prevention Program and procedures, which are planned, integrated, and developed in conjunction with Safety, Test, Quality, Maintenance, and Manufacturing offices.
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DCMA INST 8210.1
  • The program shall identify program goals and individuals/offices responsible for achieving them.
  • It should address operations such as sweeping of runways, taxiways, and run-up areas; and the process for prevention of FOD during engine test cell activities, flight line maintenance, launch, and recovery.
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DCMA INST 8210.1
  • It should stipulate the method of hardware and Tool Control and accountability, and include a requirement to report and investigate FOD incidents. Include a process to identify types of FOD and problem areas, develop and utilize trend data and provide corrective action to prevent recurrence.
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DCMA INST 8210.1
  • Specific FOD/Tool Control procedures shall address:
    • Control of hardware, expendable tools and supplies used in, on, and around the aircraft.
    • Control debris created during maintenance/manufacturing operations (AKA clean as you go).
    • Control of personal items.
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DCMA INST 8210.1
    • Positive control of all tools taken onboard or used around the aircraft.
    • Methods for establishing tool ownership.
    • Lost tool procedures.
    • Training.
problems questions
Problems/Questions
  • When does the GFR’s authority come into play?
  • What authority does the GFR have?
  • What exactly does the GFRC/AFRC require?
  • What if I disagree with the GFR?
deliverables
Deliverables…
  • Focus ideas
  • Identify key concerns
  • Remedies