(Revised June 8, 2010)
228.304 Risk-pooling arrangements.
DoD has established the National Defense Projects Rating Plan, also known as the Special Casualty Insurance Rating Plan, as a risk-pooling arrangement to minimize the cost to the Government of purchasing the liability insurance listed in FAR 28.307-2. Use the plan in accordance with the procedures at PGI 228.304 when it provides the necessary coverage more advantageously than commercially available coverage.
228.305 Overseas workers' compensation and war-hazard insurance.
(d) When submitting requests for waiver, follow the procedures at PGI 228.305(d).
228.307 Insurance under cost-reimbursement contracts.
228.307-1 Group insurance plans.
The Defense Department Group Term Insurance Plan is available for contractor use under cost-reimbursement type contracts when approved as provided in department or agency regulations. A contractor is eligible if—
(a) The number of covered employees is 500 or more; and
(b) The contractor has all cost-reimbursement contracts; or
(c) At least 90 percent of the payroll for contractor operations to be covered by the Plan is under cost-reimbursement contracts.
228.311 Solicitation provision and contract clause on liability insurance under cost-reimbursement contracts.
228.311-1 Contract clause.
Use the clause at FAR 52.228-7, Insurance--Liability to Third Persons, in solicitations and contracts, other than those for construction and those for architect-engineer services, when a cost-reimbursement contract is contemplated, unless the head of the contracting activity waives the requirement for use of the clause.
228.370 Additional clauses.
(a) Use the clause at 252.228-7000, Reimbursement for War-Hazard Losses, when—
(1) The clause at FAR 52.228-4, Worker's Compensation and War-Hazard Insurance Overseas, is used; and
(2) The head of the contracting activity decides not to allow the contractor to buy insurance for war-hazard losses.
(b)(1) Use the clause at 252.228-7001, Ground and Flight Risk, in all solicitations and contracts for the acquisition, development, production, modification, maintenance, repair, flight, or overhaul of aircraft, except those solicitations and contracts–
(i) That are strictly for activities incidental to the normal operations of the aircraft (e.g., refueling operations, minor non-structural actions not requiring towing such as replacing aircraft tires due to wear and tear);
(ii) That are awarded under FAR Part 12 procedures and are for the acquisition, development, production, modification, maintenance, repair, flight, or overhaul of aircraft; or otherwise involving the furnishing of aircraft;
(iii) For which a non-DoD customer (including a foreign military sales customer) has not agreed to assume the risk for loss or destruction of, or damages to, the aircraft; or
(iv) For commercial derivative aircraft that are to be maintained to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airworthiness when the work will be performed at a licensed FAA repair station.
(2) The clause at 252.228-7001 may be modified only as follows:
(i) Include a modified definition of “aircraft” if the contract covers other
than conventional types of winged aircraft, i.e., helicopters, vertical take-off or landing
aircraft, lighter-than-air airships, unmanned aerial vehicles, or other nonconventional
aircraft. The modified definition should describe a stage of manufacture comparable to the standard definition.
(ii) Modify “in the open” to include “hush houses,” test hangars and comparable structures, and other designated areas.
(iii) Expressly define the “contractor's premises” where the aircraft will be located during and for contract performance. These locations may include contract
premises which are owned or leased by the contractor or subcontractor, or premises where the contractor or subcontractor is a permittee or licensee or has a right to use, including Government airfields.
(iv) Revise paragraph (e)(3) of the clause to provide Government
assumption of risk for transportation by conveyance on streets or highways when transportation is—
(A) Limited to the vicinity of contractor premises; and
(B) Incidental to work performed under the contract.
(3) Follow the procedures at PGI 228.370(b) when using the clause at 252.228-7001.
(c) The clause at 252.228-7003, Capture and Detention, may be used when
contractor employees are subject to capture and detention and may not be covered by
the War Hazards Compensation Act (42 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
(d) The clause at 252.228-7005, Accident Reporting and Investigation Involving
Aircraft, Missiles, and Space Launch Vehicles, may be used in solicitations and
contracts which involve the manufacture, modification, overhaul, or repair of these items.
(e) Use the clause at 252.228-7006, Compliance with Spanish Laws and Insurance,
in solicitations and contracts for services or construction to be performed in Spain, unless the Contractor is a Spanish concern.