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DEFCON 117A 1975 Edition, January 1, 1975
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The Contractor will furnish to the Agency designated by the National Codification Authority of the producing country, engineering drawings, specifications and related documentation conveying item identification data, and also draft item identifications if required, as specified by the producing country, for those items designated by the contracting authority to support the squipment covered by the contract, and for which new item identifications must be prepared.

For items procured by the prime contractor from a sub-contractor or vendor, the prime contractor will furnish the name of the actual manufacturer(s) and his/their drawings or part numbers and applicable technical datw, plus draft item identifications if required. All necessary data and related draft item identifications required will be submitted at the earliest practicable date but in all instances within the time limits specified by the contract.

For the life of the contract, the prime contractor w i l l provide updating information regarding all modifications or design changes made to the equipment or spare parts. When draft item identifications are to be furnished, these will be provided in accordance with the guide for the preparation of item identifications furnished by the designated agency of the producing country.

The contractor will contact the National Codification Authority in the producer country without delay for any further particulars.