DD Form 1144, Support Agreement, November 2001.

SUPPORT AGREEMENT
1. AGREEMENT NUMBER
2. SUPERSEDED AGREEMENT NO. 3. EFFECTIVE DATE (YYYYMMDD)
(Provided by Supplier)
(If this replaces another agreement)
4. EXPIRATION DATE
(May be "Indefinite")
5. SUPPLYING ACTIVITY
6. RECEIVING ACTIVITY
a. NAME AND ADDRESS
a. NAME AND ADDRESS
US Military Academy
Department
Building and room number
West Point, NY 10996 Phone:
b. MAJOR COMMAND
b. MAJOR COMMAND
USMA
7. SUPPORT PROVIDED BY SUPPLIER
a. SUPPORT (Specify what, when, where, and how much)
b. BASIS FOR REIMBURSEMENT
Provide details of the support provided by supplier
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS ATTACHED:
Provide info on how the costs
were estimated
YES
8. SUPPLYING COMPONENT
a. COMPTROLLER SIGNATURE
NO
b. DATE SIGNED
a. COMPTROLLER SIGNATURE
c. APPROVING AUTHORITY
(1) TYPED NAME
(1) TYPED NAME
(4) SIGNATURE
This is a non-binding cost
estimate. Ensure the
amount covers the life of
the agreement
9. RECEIVING COMPONENT
c. APPROVING AUTHORITY
(2) ORGANIZATION
c. ESTIMATED REIMBURSEMENT
(3) TELEPHONE NUMBER
(5) DATE SIGNED
b. DATE SIGNED
(2) ORGANIZATION
(3) TELEPHONE NUMBER
(4) SIGNATURE
(5) DATE SIGNED
10. TERMINATION (Complete only when agreement is terminated prior to scheduled expiration date.)
a. APPROVING AUTHORITY SIGNATURE
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b. DATE SIGNED
d. DATE SIGNED
c. APPROVING AUTHORITY SIGNATURE
PREVIOUS EDITION MAY BE USED.
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11. GENERAL PROVISIONS (Complete blank spaces and add additional general provisions as appropriate: e.g., exceptions to printed
provisions, additional parties to this agreement, billing and reimbursement instructions.)
a. The receiving components will provide the supplying component projections of requested support. (Significant changes in the
receiving component's support requirements should be submitted to the supplying component in a manner that will permit
timely modification of resource requirements.)
b. It is the responsibility of the supplying component to bring any required or requested change in support to the attention of
prior to changing or cancelling support.
c. The component providing reimbursable support in this agreement will submit statements of costs to:
.
d. All rates expressing the unit cost of services provided in this agreement are based on current rates which may be subject to
change for uncontrollable reasons, such as legislation, DoD directives, and commercial utility rate increases. The receiver will be
notified immediately of such rate changes that must be passed through to the support receivers.
e. This agreement may be cancelled at any time by mutual consent of the parties concerned. This agreement may also be
cancelled by either party upon giving at least 180 days written notice to the other party.
f. In case of mobilization or other emergency, this agreement will remain in force only within supplier's capabilities.
g. The U.S. Military Academy (USMA) is herein known as the Supplier. ____(FA)____ is herein known as the Receiver. When referred to
collectively, USMA and AGENCY will herein be known as the Parties.
h. Purpose: This support agreement outlines a collaborative relationship between the ____(FA)____ and the Department of ____(Academic
Department/Activity)____at the U.S. Military Academy to support studies, research, and educational initiatives of mutual interest. Execution of
this support agreement will entail the time and labor of senior USMA faculty, Cadets (if applicable), and contractors (if applicable).
i AUTHORITIES: The authorities for both parties to enter into this agreement are: 1. The Economy Act, 31 U.S.C. § 1535 and/or the Project
Order Act, U. S. C. § 6307, which provides that an agency may place an order with a major organizational unit within the same agency or
another agency for goods or services if: i) amounts are available; ii) the ordering agency decides the order is in the best interest of the United
States Government; iii) the agency to fill the order is able to provide or get by contract the ordered goods or services; and iv) the agency decides
ordered goods or services cannot be provided by contract as conveniently or cheaply by a commercial enterprise (payments must be made on the
basis of the actual cost of goods or services provided); and 2. Both parties have the authority to participate in this agreement under 10 U.S.C.
2358, authorizing the Secretary of Defense to perform research and development projects by mutual agreement with other Federal Government
departments or agencies.
ADDITIONAL GENERAL PROVISIONS ATTACHED:
YES
NO
12. SPECIFIC PROVISIONS (As appropriate: e.g., location and size of occupied facilities, unique supplier and receiver responsibilities,
conditions, requirements, quality standards, and criteria for measurement/reimbursement of unique requirements.)
ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC PROVISIONS ATTACHED:
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YES
NO
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13. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS (Use this space to continue general and/or specific provisions, as needed.)
RECEIVER WILL:
(1) Provide funding (via MIPR/GFEBS direct charge) and other resources as mutually agreed upon, to support the objectives of this agreement.
(2) Remain engaged with the Supplier, review Supplier's Study Proposal and Statement of Work; approve program goals and materials, and
provide direction as necessary to meet mission requirements.
SUPPLIER WILL:
(1) Provide the name and contact information of the project manager for this agreement.
(2) Upon request, the project manager will provide project updates to the Receiver, to include progress on research, spending, and travel.
(3) Perform research activities, meet milestones, and provide deliverables in accordance with submitted Study Proposal and Statement of Work,
or as agreed upon by both Parties.
(4) Upon request, provide a detailed funding proposal for each new research project, to include any travel, equipment, software or other direct
costs. Upon completion of the project, USMA will retain any property or equipment purchased for the project.
(5) It will be the responsibility of the USMA to obtain the necessary and appropriate security clearances for any Faculty, Staff or Cadets.
j. REIMBURSEMENTS: IAW DOD guidelines, all support provided to the Receiver that can be measured and directly attributed to the Receiver
are reimbursable costs. All labor costs will be based on standard rates IAW Army Cost Management Guidance. General & Administrative
Expenses will be charged based on actual direct costs incurred (currently estimated at ~7.5% for 2015-2016). Costs associated with common use
infrastructure are non-reimbursable, except for support provided solely for the benefit of the Receiver. Any items purchased for this agreement
will remain property of the Supplier.
k. FUNDING: Per DoD FMR Vol. 11A, Chapter 1, Sec. 010204(B)(1)(c), this agreement is subject to the availability of funds. This DD Form
1144 is not a financial document as the dollar amounts are estimates. This agreement should not be used for obligation of funds. Funds
certification/obligation will be provided through multiple DD Form 448, Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPRs) or direct charge
through GFEBS. The Receiver shall provide funding to the Supplier for support based on statements of work.
l. BILLING AND PAYMENT: The Supplier will bill the Receiver by submitting a Standard Form (SF) 1080, voucher for Transfers between
Appropriations and include a breakdown of actual cost elements being reimbursed. The voucher shall be sent or delivered to the Defense Finance
and Accounting Service (DFAS) address provided on the MIPR within 30 days after the month the transaction occurred. The Receiver's paying
office will forward payment(s), along with copy of billed invoice(s) to appropriate address listed on billing invoices within 30 days of the date of
the invoice, unless the SF1080 is identified as no check required. Bills rendered shall not be subject to audit in advance of payment.
m. REVIEW/AMENDMENTS/CANCELLATION/DISAGREEMENTS: 1) Review of the provisions of this agreement will be performed
annually. 2) All amendments to this agreement must be in writing, signed by all parties, and maintained on file. 3) If the Receiving Component
cancels the order, the supplying component is authorized to collect costs incurred prior to cancellation of the order, up to the amount of funding
provided on the respective MIPR or GFEBS direct charge. 4) Should disagreements arise on the interpretation of the provisions in this agreement
or amendments and/or revisions thereto, that cannot be resolved at the operating level, the area(s) of disagreement shall be stated in writing by
each party and presented to the other party for consideration. If agreement of interpretation is not reached within 30 days, the parties shall forward
the written presentation of the disagreement to respective higher officials for appropriate resolution. 5) Disputes related to this agreement shall be
resolved pursuant to and in accordance with the instructions provided in the Treasury Financial Manual, Volume 1, Part 2, Chapter 4700,
Appendix 10, Intra-governmental Business Rules Bulletin, available on the TFM website at http://www.fms.treas.gov/tfm/vol1/bull.html.
FINANCIAL POINT OF CONTACT:
(1) AGENCY:
(2) USMA: Vicki Kiernan, 845-938-5142, [email protected]; or Lisa Larkin, 845-938-4139, [email protected]
TECHNICAL POINT OF CONTACT
(1) AGENCY:
(2) USMA:
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