18.104.22.168 Contract requirements. The schedule dates, and actual
accomplishment dates, for the PCAs shall be recorded in the CSA information
system. All internally-, and Government-, approved engineering changes shall
be incorporated into new revisions of the applicable configuration
documentation prior to the PCA. In addition, the contractor shall make the
final draft copy of the product specification available to the Government for
review prior to the PCA, as specified in the contract.
22.214.171.124 Contractor responsibility. The contractor shall provide the
following information to the Government:
a. Contractor representation (the test manager should be in
b. Identification of items to be audited by:
(2) Specification Identification Number.
(3) CI Identifiers.
(4) Serial Numbers.
(5) Drawing and Part Numbers.
(6) Identification Numbers.
(7) CAGE Codes.
c. A list delineating all deviations/waivers against the CI either
requested or Government approved.
d. Reference information to the CI being audited as follows:
(1) CI product specification.
(2) A list delineating both approved and outstanding changes against the
(3) Complete shortage list.
(4) Acceptance test procedures and
associated test data.
(5) Engineering drawing index including revision letters.
(6) Operating and support manuals; including operators manuals,maintenance
manuals, illustrated parts breakdown, programmer's manuals, diagnostic
(7) Proposed DD Form 250, "Material Inspection and Receiving
(8) Approved nomenclature and nameplates.
(9) VDDs, for software.
(10) FCA minutes for each CI.
(11) Findings/Status of Quality Assurance Programs.
(12) Program parts selection list.
(13) Interface Design Document for software.
e. Assemble and make available to the PCA team at time of audit all data
describing the item configuration, to include:
(1) Current approved issue of hardware development and software and
interface requirements specifications to include approved SCNs and approved
(2) Identification of all changes actually made during test.
(3) Identification of all required changes not completed.
(4) All configuration documentation, or electronic representations of the
same, required to identify the CI.
(5) In manufacturing instructions, manufacturing instruction sheets or
computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) data related to drawings and computer-aided
design (CAD) presentations of specified parts identified by the
f. Identify any difference between the physical configurations of the
selected production unit and the development unit(s) used for the FCA and
shall certify or demonstrate to the Government that these differences do not
degrade the functional characteristics of the selected units.
g. A sample PCA Checklist is shown in Figure 6