SDVR1 SDV Recon, Inc Right of Inspection: SDV Recon (SDVR) reserves the right to inspect any or all materials included in this order at the Supplier’s plant.
SDVR2 SDV Recon Source Inspection: SDV Recon Inspection is required at seller’s
facility. Evidence of such Inspection will be indicated on the shipping report, process certification, or fabrication order accompanying each shipment. Seller will notify SDV Recon Quality Assurance Department at least Five days prior to processing or manufacturing so that appropriate planning for SDV Recon Source Inspection can be accomplished.
- Note: Seller shall provide a copy of the purchase contract to the Buyers Quality Representative serving their plant upon request.
SDVR3 SDV Recon Right of Surveillance: Work under this Purchase Order is subject to SDV Recon surveillance audit at Supplier’s location. SDVR’s Customers and Regulatory Authorities shall have right of access to all facilities involved in the purchase order and to all applicable records. SDV Recon Quality Assurance Representative may elect to conduct Inspection on a surveillance basis, or perform 100% Inspection. Suppliers will be notified by SDV Recon if Inspection or surveillance is to be performed on specific shipments. No shipments are to be held for SDV Recon Inspection unless notification is received in writing prior to the scheduled ship date. The frequency of audits will be in direct correlation to the quality of product delivered.
SDVR4 Government Source Inspection: Government Source Inspection is required prior to shipment from supplier’s plant. Upon receipt of this order, promptly notify the Government Representative who normally services your plant, so that appropriate planning for Government Inspection may be accomplished. The supplier shall furnish the Government Representative with all drawings and specifications necessary for Inspection. In the event a Government Representative cannot be located, the responsible Buyer shall be notified immediately.
NOTE: Government Source Inspection does not relieve the supplier of the responsibility for the product meeting all applicable Drawing/Specification requirements.
- Note: Seller will provide evidence of Government Inspection on shipping report accompanying each shipment.
SDVR5 Government Inspection: During performance on this contract, your quality control or Inspection system & manufacturing process is subject to review, verification, & analysis by an authorized Government representative. Government source Inspection or release of product prior to shipment is not required unless notification in writing is received prior to the scheduled ship date.
SDVR6 SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection: During performance on this contract, your quality control or Inspection system & manufacturing process are subject to review, verification, & analysis by authorized customer representative. SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection or release of product prior to shipment is not required unless notification in writing is received prior to the scheduled ship date.
SDVR7 SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection Required: SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection is required prior to shipment from supplier’s plant. Upon receipt of this order, promptly notify SDV Recon Quality Assurance department so that appropriate planning for SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection may be accomplished. The supplier shall furnish the Representative with all drawings and specifications necessary for Inspection.
- Note: Seller will provide evidence of SDV Recon Customer Source Inspection on shipping report accompanying shipment.
SDVR8 First Article Inspection: SDV Recon Quality Assurance Department reserves the right to perform a Source First Article Inspection. The supplier shall notify the Buyer 72 hours in advance that the article/item is ready for Inspection. Evidence of such Inspection will be indicated on the shipping report, process certification, or inspection document accompanying each shipment.
SDVR9 General Compliance: By the acceptance of this Purchase Order, the seller agrees that materials, items and/or finished parts shall be controlled, Inspected and tested in compliance with, and will meet all specified Purchase Order requirements drawing/specifications, and that applicable records are on file for at least ten (10) years, subject to examination by SDV Recon and/or SDVR’s Customer.
SDVR10 Specific Compliance: The supplier shall furnish a Certificate of Compliance (C of C), signed by an official representative for the supplier. Materials, Processes, Services and/or furnished items, in accordance with the instructions, drawings/specifications furnished with the Purchase Order shall have signed Certification included with the Packing Slip in the form of a C of C. Each C of C shall identify the Purchase Order number, part number, revision, Serial Number, (if applicable), Specification, Drawing, and lot/batch number as applicable to the content of the Purchase Order. Inspection and Test data shall be maintained for ten (10) years, unless otherwise specified, and is subject to examination by SDV Recon and/or SDVR’s Customer. The C of C must state the name of the manufacturer when ordered from a distributor, and shall accompany each shipment.
SDVR11 Inspection/Test Data: One (1) copy of the actual Inspection/Test Data shall accompany each shipment.
SDVR12 Corrective Action: The seller shall on request, provide statements of Corrective Action on failures of seller’s hardware on designated forms supplied by the buyer. Corrective Action statements, at buyer option, may require approval signature by Buyer Quality and/or Government Quality representatives. All rejected articles resubmitted by seller to Buyer shall bear adequate identification including reference to Buyer’s rejection document.
SDVR13 Dimensional Data: The supplier shall submit Recorded Dimensional findings with each shipment. Supplier’s Inspection Equipment shall be calibrated and be traceable to the NIST.
SDVR14 Workmanship: All items on this order shall be fabricated, processed, protected and finished in such a manner as to be uniform in quality and appearance and be free of defects that will affect form, fit, function, life, safety or serviceability.
SDVR15 Manufacturing & Inspection Control Plan: The seller will submit a manufacturing & inspection control plan for SDV Recon approval. As a minimum, the plan will delineate the sequence of manufacturing operations to be performed, the type of each Inspection specified, and, if applicable, the specifications that define each Inspection requirement. This plan will be submitted to SDV Recon purchase order originator & approved by SDV Recon Quality Assurance.
Prior to production of the product ordered. SDV Recon approval of this plan does not relieve Seller of the responsibility to perform all Inspection required by the applicable specifications. After approval by SDV Recon Quality Assurance, the seller will comply with the plan submitted. Any changes to the approved plan will be resubmitted to SDV Recon for re-approval.
SDVR16 First Article Inspection: The supplier shall submit a First Article sample item for dimensional and/or functional approval prior to producing production items. The supplier shall notify SDV Recon Buyer when the item is ready for approval examination. SDV Recon may choose to perform examination at supplier’s facility or may require supplier to ship sample part(s) to SDV Recon for examination. Notification of place of examination, in either case, will be made in writing by SDV Recon.
SDVR17 Traceability/Records: The supplier shall retain records as a means of objective evidence of the quality of items supplied (manufactured, fabricated, assembly, Inspection, Test, Special Processes, etc.) for a minimum of ten (10) years, or as otherwise indicated on the Purchase Order. All records shall be maintained in a manner to prevent deterioration. Records shall be subject to examination by SDV Recon and/or SDVR’s Customer. Copies of these records shall also be available upon request. Once the required retention time has passed all records shall be shredded and disposed of.
SDVR18 Age Control: The supplier shall include the material type, condition, lot or batch number, specifications, Manufacturer, date of Manufacture, and shelf life expiration date on all perishable/shelf life material Certifications. The supplier shall supply the Hazardous Material Identification System (HMIS), the Manufacturing Data Sheets, and when applicable, the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) with the material, as required.
SDVR19 Dealers and Distributors: The supplier must supply Manufacturers Certification with each shipment.
SDVR20 Material Test Reports: The supplier shall submit a copy of the Chemical and Physical Test Report with actual Test Data for the materials shipped under this order. Seller will mark each individual item and applicable document, test report, shipping report, & certification to show clear traceability to lot, heat lot, or batch number. Unless otherwise directed by purchase order or the specification, when the size of the item does not permit marking of individual items, Seller will label each package or box furnished.
SDVR21 Retained Data: Physical and Chemical Test Data of raw materials used in the fabrication of articles on this order shall be retained on file by the supplier for a period of ten (10) years, and are subject to examination by SDV Recon and/or SDVR’s customer, and a copy of retained data furnished upon request.
SDVR22 Lot Control: Lot identification number(s) shall be supplied with material/items, Inspection Records/Data traceable to the lot number identification, and shall be available upon SDVR’s request.
SDVR24 Configuration Control: The supplier shall supply the revision(s) completed per engineering documents and specified by SDV Recon unless a change is authorized in writing by SDV Recon Buyer prior to shipment.
SDVR25 Casting Information: All Castings on this order shall be identified by a permanent casting number, part number and configuration, or by a method that will give complete traceability of the mold used in fabrication. Physical and Chemical Test Data of raw materials furnished on castings produced on this order shall denote the applicable heat number, batch or lot number, date of manufacture, and shall be furnished with each shipment.
SDVR26 Packaging: Packaging materials shall not have a harmful effect on items shipped on this order. Packaging, unless otherwise specified, shall be performed to completely protect items from damage or deterioration during shipment.
SDVR27 Sub-Contracting of this Purchase Order: Sub-Contracting of this Purchase Order other than original release is prohibited without prior written authorization from SDV Recon Buyer and SDV Recon Quality Assurance Department.
SDVR28 Process Control: The supplier shall maintain control and approval of all Manufacturing (i.e. welding, soldering, plating, painting, etc.) and Inspection/Test, used in the performance of this order. The supplier shall maintain objective evidence of process qualification in accordance with applicable specifications. The approval status shall be subject to review and approval/disapproval by SDV Recon Machine and Tool or SDVR’s Customer.
SDVR29 Over/Under Shipments: No Over/Under shipments are allowed on this order without prior written authorization from SDV Recon buyer.
SDVR30 Calibration Control: The supplier shall control the Calibration of all Measuring and Test Equipment (M &TE) against Certified Measurement Standards, traceable to the NIST. The Calibration Control System shall conform to specification MIL-STD-45662 “Calibration System Requirements” or equivalent.
SDVR31 Sellers Compliance with current ISO 9001: Seller will comply with current ISO 9001 Inspection System Requirements or equivalent. The seller is required to be on SDV Recon approved supplier list.
SDVR32 Sellers Compliance with AS9100: Seller will comply with AS9100 Inspection System Requirements or equivalent. The seller is required to be on SDV Recon approved supplier list.
SDVR33 Notification of Non-Conforming Product: Seller shall notify SDV Recon immediately after discovering non-conforming product. SDV Recon will then determine the disposition of the product. If the disposition is use-as-is, the non-conforming material shall be tagged and inspection data describing the non-conformance shall accompany the product. If the disposition is nonconforming, SDV Recon will provide seller with specific instructions.
SDVR34 Customer Approved Sources: Seller is required to use Customer Approved Special Process Sources. Upon request, the purchase order issued by SDV Recon will be accompanied by a list of Customer Approved Special Process Sources. The processes which require the use of these sources will be identified on the purchase order.
SDVR35 Domestic Material: Seller is required to follow all guidelines of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS). Review Part 225 –Foreign Acquisition.
SDVR36 Special Processing: The supplier shall maintain control and approval of all special processing (ie. welding, soldering, plating, magnetic particle and penetrant inspection, etc.) and Inspection/Test, used in the performance of this order. The supplier shall maintain objective evidence of process qualification in accordance with applicable specifications. The approval status shall be subject to review and approval/disapproval by SDVR’s Customer.
SDVR37 Customer Designated Source: In those cases where a customer approved supplier / subcontractor uses an outside source to fulfill SDVR’s purchase order, that sub tier supplier / subcontractor must also be approved by SDVR’s customer. This includes suppliers that provide special processes.
SDVR38 Tooling – General: While under sub-tier’s control, any tooling transferred from SDV Recon to sub-tier shall be handled with care. It is the responsibility of all employees to identify, verify, protect, and safeguard customer tooling provided for use or incorporation into the product. In the event the customer-supplied tooling fails receiving inspection, or is not suitable for any other reason, the Quality
Manager or designee will contact the customer. When specified by contract, special handling instructions from SDV Recon will take precedence over the sub-tier’s standard handling, storage, and packaging procedures. All tooling records are to be maintained per AS9100 standards. Customer tooling can include intellectual property, including customer furnished data used for design, production, and/or inspection.
SDVR39 Tooling – Each Use Condition Checks: All Special Tooling (ST) is required to have “Each Use Condition Checks”. Sub-tier users are responsible for each use condition checks by use of required measurements and appearance of said tool. Acceptance must be documented to provide objective evidence of the process being performed. All maintenance requirements and any special tooling requirements based on the program contract requirements will be flowed down to the sub-tier for validation and acceptance of special tooling. All special tooling at sub-tier’s location is subject to periodic inspection and/or site audit. SDV Recon maintains right of entry to sub-tier’s facility for audit and periodic inspection purposes.
SDVR40 Tooling – Nonconformance: When any tool is found to be nonconforming or past due for periodic check to SDV Recon or End User requirements, an investigation will be launched in the form of a corrective action. SDV Recon is to be immediately notified of the nonconformance and must be kept apprised of the investigation into the root cause of the non-conformance. The corrective action will establish the root cause of the nonconformity, uncover any affected product, and eliminate the recurrence of that nonconformity.
SDVR41 Delivery – FOB: All Goods are shipped F.O.B. Buyer’s destination unless otherwise noted on a SDV Recon Purchase Order. If Goods are shipped F.O.B. destination or Buyer’s plant, shipping charges must be prepaid in all cases. No insurance premiums or shipping costs will be allowed unless authorized in writing. Packing slips must be enclosed with all shipments showing SDVR’s Purchase Order number, line number, release number (if any) and quantity. Charges accrued through Seller’s failure to ship in accordance with noted shipping instructions will be charged to Seller’s account.
SDVR42 Public Liability Insurance: Seller shall hold Buyer and its Customers harmless from all injuries, damages and claims arising from performance of work or services covered by this order. Seller shall maintain such insurance as will protect the Seller, the Buyer and its Customer from claims under Workmen’s Compensation Acts and from any other claims for damages, personal injury or death to employees of the Seller, the Buyer or its Customer or any other persons which may arise from performance or work or services covered by this order whether performed by the Seller, their sub contractor, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by either of them.
SDVR43 ITAR Requirements: Any documents that include items or technology covered by the Munitions List are subject to the International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR), 22 CFR 120-
Accordingly, all suppliers are prohibited from exporting technical data to a foreign person without authorization from the U.S. State Department. It is the responsibility of the recipient of this purchase order to ensure their compliance with all applicable U.S. export regulations. Seller agrees to comply with all applicable U.S. export control laws and regulations, specifically including, but not limited to, the requirements of the Arms Export Control Act, 22 U.S.C. 2751-2794, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), 22 C.F.R. 120 et seq.; and the Export Administration Act, 50 U.S>C. app. 2401- 2420, including the Export Administration Regulations, 15 C.F.R. 730-774; including the requirement for obtaining any export license or agreement, if applicable. Without limiting the foregoing, Seller agrees that it will not transfer any export controlled item, data, or services, to include transfer to foreign persons
employed by or associated with, or under contract to Seller or Seller’s lower-tier suppliers, without the authority of an export license, agreement, or applicable exception or exception. Seller must comply with ITAR, part 122.1 Registration requirements (a), Any person who engages in the United States in the business of either manufacturing or exporting defense articles or defense services is required to register with the Office of Defense Trade Controls. Manufacturers who do not engage in exporting must nonetheless register.
SDVR44 Construction: All SDVR Purchase Orders shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the State of Florida.
SDVR45 Ozone Depleting Substances: Hazardous Materials—All goods to be delivered under specific Military or Department of Defense contracts must have a supplier certification statement as to whether the goods contain, or do not contain, or were manufactured with, or were not manufactured with, ozone depleting substances. One of the following statements must be used. The seller certifies these goods were not manufactured with and don not contain any ozone depleting substances. The supplier certifies these goods are in compliance with the ozone depleting substances labeling requirements under U.S. law.
SDVR48 Termination for Convenience: Termination for convenience per FAR clause 52.249-2 or equivalent.
SDVR49 Critical Parts: Any purchase order that designates part(s) as “CRITICAL”, shall have all records, testing and test reports maintained for a minimum of thirty (30) years or for the life of the aircraft program, whichever is longer. Records held for the required retention period shall not be destroyed without written concurrence from SDVR Program Management. Examples of “CRITICAL” parts are as follows: Maintenance Critical, Safety Critical, Flight Science Critical, Fracture Critical, Fracture Critical Traceable, etc.
SDVR51 Right to Offset: SDV Recon and its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates will have the right, at any time, to set off and apply against any monetary obligations that SDVR or its divisions, subsidiaries or affiliates owes to Seller or any of Seller’s parents, divisions, subsidiaries or affiliates, any obligations that Seller, or any of Seller’s parents, divisions, subsidiaries or affiliates, may owe to SDVR or any of SDVR’s divisions, subsidiaries or affiliates.
SDVR52 Flow Down to Sub-Tier Suppliers: All sub-tier suppliers are required to flow-down applicable requirements in the purchasing documents, including key characteristics where required.
SDVR53 Counterfeit Program: A program in place to prevent use or release of Counterfeit parts
SDVR54 Awareness: Ensure that persons/employees are aware of: Their contribution of product or service conformity; Their contribution to product safety; The importance of Ethical Behavior
SDVR55 Qualification Records: Supplier shall maintain process qualification records for a facility performing a special process such as welding, plating, heat treating, etc.
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