52.210-5 New Material.


As prescribed in 10.011(e), insert the following clause in solicitations and contracts for supplies, unless, in the judgment of the contracting officer, the clause would serve no useful purpose. The contracting officer may insert the clause in solicitations and contracts for services that may involve incidental furnishing of parts.
NEW MATERIAL (APR 1984)
Unless this contract specifies otherwise, the Contractor represents that the supplies and components, including any former Government property identified under the Used or Reconditioned Material, Residual Inventory, and Former Government Surplus Property clause of this contract, are new, including recycled (not used or reconditioned) and are not of such age or so deteriorated as to impair their usefulness or safety. If the Contractor believes that furnishing used or reconditioned supplies or components will be in the Government's interest, the Contractor shall so notify the Contracting Officer in writing. The Contractor's notice shall include the reasons for the request along with a proposal for any consideration to the Government if the Contracting Officer authorizes the use of used or reconditioned supplies or components.
(End of clause)
(SS 7-104.48 1965 JAN)


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