2.PQA.020 001 Quality Clauses Rev E

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1 Quality Clauses Q-1. Government Inspection Government inspection is required prior to shipment from your plant and/or sub tier supplier and may . Access is to be granted -ASI, and/or regulatory authority -ASI customer, GA include representatives from GA to all applicable areas of the facilities, at any level of the supply chain, involved in the order and to all icable records. Upon receipt of this order, promptly furnish a copy to the Government Quality appl Representative who has been delegated quality assurance functions on this procurement so that appropriate The Government representative shall also be planning for Government inspection may be accomplished. notified forty -eight (48) hours in advance of the time articles or materials are ready for inspection or test. Q-2. Reserved for Customer requirements Q-3. Reserved for Customer requirements ustomer requirements Q-4. Reserved for C Q-5. Reserved for Customer requirements Q-6. Advance Notification of Potential Product Issue In the event the Seller is aware of a potential product problem or issue, either if nonconforming product may have previously been delivered to the Buyer or else Seller believes they have an issue impacting future - -AS -SQE- [email protected] DL delivery, the -ASI Supplier Quality Department ( Seller will immediately notify the GA ) and the Buyer/Subcontract Administrator. These problems or issues could be due to: unplanned asi.com events, weather related events, major manufacturing issues, supply chain related events, and like issues. impact on potential , performance of product, and Buyer and Seller shall work to determine the reliability schedule. the non- does not replace or necessarily invoke This is an advanced notification. It conformance of Quality Clause 28. process Q-7. Service Bulletin, Field Bulletin, Airworthiness Directives and GIDEP Alerts Seller shall document and provide formal notification related to any observed discrepancies impacting quipment Manufacturer (OEM) and products directly manufactured by or procured from the Original E ation of any Original Equipment distributed to the Buyer. The Seller shall also provide written notific ions to hardware or maintenance Manufacturer (OEM) or Civil Aviation Authority recommended modificat procedures that affect airworthiness , reliability/maintainability or safety and provide notification to the Buyer by email of any publication of an Airworthiness Directive (AD), Service Bulletin (SB), Field Bulletin (FB) or . Seller shall note the level of -Vendor to SM [email protected] -Bul letin other equivalent documentation requi red compliance as part of their notification. If the notice is intended to provide hardware end of life notif ication, Seller is requested to provide this notification as soon as possible prior to hardware end of life. to Buyer by use of a SB, FB or other equivalent documentation. Seller shall also provide notification Q-8. Barcoded Packaging Specification The supplier shall provide barcoded product identification and associated documentation in ) for all physical -asi.com/supplier compliance with ASI tion (http://www.ga specifica packaging- -barcode- -12014 deliverables. The total number of labels is based on the number of purchase order line items, number of serialized parts, and the number of packages for the specific purchase order line item. The labels shall be interpretable/readabl e by a barcode scanner and placed in a manner to prevent folds, creases, or damage. Q-9. Notification of Facility Change/Ownership/Quality Management eller any production, manufacturing, and/or processing relocate is planning to In the event the S facilitie s previously approved and/or qualified by the Buyer , the Seller shall notify the Buyer prior to the the Buyer relocation within 30 days, allowing the opportunity to examine and approve such facilities for compliance with supplier quality requirements. e Seller shall not relocate to a foreign country any production, manufacturing, and/or processing Th without first notifying and allowing the Buyer the opportunity to facilities previously approved by the Buyer if required and supplier quality requirements. approve the relocation for compliance with ITAR, The Seller shall notify the Buyer when a change in Ownership and/or Quality management has occurred. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 1 of

2 Quality Clauses Seller Corrective Action Q-10. -initiated corrective action requests, Seller shall advise Buyer of root cause In response to Buyer determination, corrective action taken to prevent recurrence of reported problems and/or discrepancies, and affectivity dates of the planned corrective action(s). Seller shall maintain a corrective action system that determines the effectiveness of such corrective actions, and that prevents shipment of nonconforming articles without prior approval from Buyer. Q-11. Certificate of Conformance The Seller shall furnish a Certificate of Conformance with each delivery attesting that each item of hardware and/or software conforms to all requirements of the Buyer's specification and purchase order and that all required test and inspections have been performed. Certification of Material(s) and Process(es) Q-12. The Certificate of Conformance shall list raw material and/or process specification(s) used in the manufacturing of the item(s). U pon request such certification(s) shall be made available to Buyer within 48 hours. Q-13. Quality System ISO 9001/AS9100 The or AS9100. Third party Seller's Quality System shall conform to the requirements of ISO 9001 registration by an accredited Registrar will be accepted as proof of compliance. -Level I Q-14a. Process Control es utilized to manufacture The seller shall provide a detailed and controlled description of the process part/assy. Description to include operation definition, equipment used, work flow, applicable this and tier supplier identification specifications/procedures/work instructions, manufacturing location, sub- inspection plans. Where applicable, seller shall also define tooling used, time/temp criteria, special handling and packaging requirements. The seller shall submit this process plan to GA -ASI procurement -ASI approval prior to representative for approval. Changes to the approved plan will require GA implementation. Q-14b . Process Control -Level II -ASI of any change to the established processes to manufacture this The seller shall notify GA used, work flow, applicable part/assy. Changes may include: operation definition, equipment specifications/procedures/work instructions, manufacturing location, sub- tier supplier identification and inspection plans. Where applicable, seller shall also define tooling used, time/temp criteria, special handling prior to and packaging requirements. Changes to the approved plan will require GA APPROVAL -ASI implementation. Q-14c. Process Control -Level III The seller shall notify GA -ASI of any change to the established processes to manufacture this part/assy. Changes may include: operation definition, equipment used, work flow, applicable specifications/procedures/work instructions, manufacturing location, sub- tier supplier identification and inspection plans. Where applicable, seller shall also define tooling used, time/temp criteria, special handling prior to NOTIFICATION -ASI and packaging requirements. Changes to the approved plan will require GA implementation. . Process Control Q-14d -Level IV The seller shall notify GA -ASI of any change to the established process to manufacture this part/assy. Changes to the approved plan will not require GA -ASI approval prior to implementation. Quality System Q-15. The Seller shall have a Quality System acceptable to the Buyer. The Buyer reserves the right to verify said system. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 2 of

3 Quality Clauses Calibration Q-16. The Seller's Calibration System shall conform to ANSI/NCSL Z540- 1 or ISO 10012- 1. Third party registrar will be accepted as proof of compliance. The seller's signed registration by an accredited certification of Calibration must state traceability to National Standards, tool, gage or equipment number and Order number. Q-17. First Article Inspection irst Article Inspection (FAI) in accordance with Aerospace Standard 9102 The Seller shall perform a F of the first item produced from the first production lot, and a partial (changes only) FAI for drawing/ spec. supplier and each time a revision is revisions. The FAI is required on the first production shipment from the released or when changes are made to the manufacturing location. The FAI does not need to be submitted -ASI receiving inspection because the FAI with each shipment once the FAI is received and accepted by GA is automatically tracked by the receiving inspection system and will not reset and be required completion until the revision changes or when deemed necessary by the Buyer. The FAI shall consist of recorded actual rements (dimensional, test data, processes, drawing drawing attributes, specification values, and/or requi notes, etc.) and be documented on the drawing or on a separate report form. The first article item shall be he FAI shall clearly identified by a tag attached to the item or a label applied to the bag, and a copy of t accompany the First Article part. The Buyer reserves the right to verify any or all of the characteristics documented on the FAI report at the seller's facility. Q-18. Source Inspection , at any level of the supply Seller's facilities Source Inspection shall be conducted by the Buyer at the process inspection/test or where designated in this Order prior to shipment. Inspection/test and/or in- chain, of the articles specified in this Order shall be performed by the Seller and shall be witnessed by the Buyer’s Quality Representative. Applicable records shall be made available to the Buyer upon request. Prior to fabrication start, the Seller and the Buyer shall determine the process steps at which Source Inspection shall be conducted. The Seller shall notify the Buyer of the scheduled inspection/test five (5) days in advance. The method of product release shall be a stamp or signature by the Buyer’s Quality Representative on the Seller’s shipping or inspection documents. Buyer Review Q-19. the performance of this Order, the Buyer and its customer reserves the right to review; verify During and/or analyze the Supplier's Quality and or Inspection System and Manufacturing processes at the The Buyer's representative Supplier's or Sub Tier Supplier’s applicable records. facilities and access to all shall notify the Supplier forty -eight (48) hours in advance of the intended review start date and duration. ied in this Buyer's inspection/acceptance of product prior to shipment is not required unless otherwise specif Order. Q-20. Age Sensitive Materials The Seller shall submit with each shipment for materials subject to aging, shelf life information including manufacturer’s lot or batch number and/or date code, and expiration date. A minimum of 80% ife must remain at time of receipt. shelf l Note: Date codes expressed as a quarter and year as the date of manufacture (i.e. Q1, 2008), GA will use the first month and day of the specified quarter to receive materials and calculate the remaining shelf life. Special Processes Q-21. The Seller and any of its GA -ASI Approved subcontractors performing special processes, such as welding, non- destructive testing, heat treating, plating, soldering, etc. shall submit a certification listing the umber and that the special process was performed in accordance with such specification designation/n specification. -A-8625 Type II and III, Class (Dyed) Aluminum Parts Anodized per MIL : Supplier shall conduct light fastness resistance tests per paragraphs Light Fastness Resistance 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 3 of

4 Quality Clauses 3.7.1.3 and 4.5.4 on an annual basis or anytime that the dye product or supplier has changed. Dye quality shall show no more fading or discoloration than would be equivalent to a Delta “E” value of 3, unless order. Samples for light fastness testing shall come from the otherwise specified in the contract or purchase same batch that is prepared for monthly corrosion resistance testing. All parts shall meet the workmanship requirements of paragraph 3.13. All test records Workmanship: shall be made available to General Atomics ASI upon request. Aluminum Parts PTFE Anodized per MIL -A-63576 Type I or SAE AMS2482 Type I Corrosion Resistance: Supplier shall conduct corrosion resistance tests per the applicable paragraphs of the specification on at least a monthly basis. : Supplier shall conduct coating thickness measurements on parts, or specimens Coating Thickness representing parts, from each lot. Workmanship : All parts shall meet the workmanship/quality requirements of the specification. All test records shall be made available to General Atomics ASI upon request. -DTL -5541 Type I and II Aluminum Parts Chemfilm per MIL : Supplier shall conduct corrosion resistance tests per Corrosion Resistance for Class 1A and 3 y basis. paragraphs 3.6.1, 4.2 and 4.4.1 on at least a monthl : Supplier shall conduct paint adhesion tests per Wet Tape/Paint Adhesion for Class IA and 3 paragraphs 3.6.2, 4.2 and 4.4.2 on at least a monthly basis. : Supplier shall conduct electrical contact resistance tests Electrical Contact Resistance for Class 3 per paragraphs 3.7 and 4.2 using the resistance values found in paragraph 6.1.2.1 on at least a monthly basis. Workmanship : All parts shall meet the workmanship/appearance requirements of paragraph 3.5. All solution analysis and process control test records shall be made available to General Atomics ASI upon request. Q-22. Seller / Distributor Should the Seller be a distributor supplying material not of its own manufacture, the manufacturer shall ied. The Seller shall list the manufacturer on the Certificate be as identified on the Buyer's Order when specif of Conformance or shipper with each shipment. Test Data Q-23. The Seller shall submit results of the product testing in a form of documented data containing actual and specification values/requirements. Q-24. Traceability requirements means of end item Unless otherwise specified on this Purchase Order, t he Seller shall provide the traceability. Code The Seller may use the original manufacture Lot/Date/Heat or method for identifying their . Multiple Lot/Date/Heat serialized items for non- the end item product as required for proper traceability coded material cannot be combined on a single shipper and must be packaged separately. Each coded batch must have a corresponding shipper. Duplication of Lot/Date/Heat Lot/Date/Heat Code numbers is prohibited. Tape and reel products only may contain a maximum of two Lot/Date Codes per reel and shall be listed on the corresponding shipper and on the immediate packaging. If the end item traceability includes serial numbers, or it the only method of traceability is serial ization -down Note Q24a is not identified as a requirement on this Purchase Order, then and Quality Clause flow please contact your General Atomics Purchasing r epresentative for direction “prior” to recording Serial Numbers on any shipping documentation. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 4 of

5 Quality Clauses Serialization requirements Q-24a. The Seller shall identify each part with a unique serial number, the maximum number of alphanumeric serial number characters shall be “18”, including all spaces and the symbols – and / (no other symbols allowed). In the absence of a drawing identification requirement, part marking serialization shall be performed in accordance with standard industry practices. Serialized shipments must have serial number(s) listed on the corresponding shipper. The Seller shall ensure that serial numbers are not duplicated and are easily accessible for scanning and visual verification The preferred option is the use of bar codes and be unless otherwise noted on the applicable drawing(s). applied directly to the part, where practical using machine- UID) or 2D (UID) ear (no- readable mark either lin barcodes in accordance with the latest revision of MIL- -130. STD Q-25. Electrostatic Sensitive Devices rder are Electrostatic Sensitive. The Seller shall assure that these Devices delivered under this o devices are packaged and identified to provide adequate electrostatic protection. Q-26. Packaging & Shipping The Seller shall clean, preserve and use special packaging as required on this order, or when not specified, seller may use specially designed shipping containers and/or good commercial practices as deemed necessary to prevent shipping damage. Parts are to be individually labeled. As a minimum, the . Packaging requirements status revision label shall contain the following information: Part number and part contained on the Engineering drawing take precedence. Q-27. Explosives Seller shall tag each deliverable unit prior to packaging for shipment to indicate "EXPLOSIVE" DOT , all intermediate and outer containers shall indicate the DOT classification, type and net weight. Additionally shipping name, hazardous classification and storage compatibility group. The word "EXPLOSIVE" shall be clearly stenciled and visible on all sides of the package. Seller shall submit Bureau of Explosive material description, explosive classification, and shipping documentation as to material classification, information. Shipping information necessary to properly package, mark and label, in accordance with ubject to Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Regulations shall be included. Orders are s Buyer inspection at destination and will not be accepted by Buyer if Seller fails to comply with the requirements specified above. Q-28. Nonconforming Material -conforming The Seller shall utilize a documented system for evaluating and disposition of non material to be used for tracking, analyzing to determine root cause, and assuring effective preventative/corrective action implementation. The Seller shall ensure that all products made from non- conforming materials meet specified contractua l requirements. The Seller’s major category non- conformances shall not be given a disposition of “use as is’ or “repair” through Seller action without Buyer approval. Rework to print will be acceptable. The Seller shall maintain a procedure to control the conforming identification, documentation, evaluation, disposition, and segregation requirements of non- products. The Seller shall notify the Buyer of any major category non- conforming products via the Material Review Board (MRB) process. The Seller shall notify the Buyer representative immediately of any discovered non- conformances that may exist in a previously delivered product. The Seller shall provide a mpact, notification that includes a description of the suspected nonconformance, potential risk or product i contract number, Part Number, National Stock Number (NSN), affected serial numbers, or lot numbers. the Seller may submit a conforming For non- -ASI (Buyer) engineering drawing, hardware built to a GA onforming hardware. The request shall address root waiver request to the Buyer for acceptance of nonc conformance and may recommend a cause and corrective action to prevent recurrence of the non- disposition. Seller shall not ship parts until Buyer provides written authorization. A copy of Buyer's author ization nonconformance report (NCR) form shall accompany the part(s). The affected parts shall be clearly identified with a label with the NCR number. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 5 of

6 Quality Clauses Welding Process Requirements Q-30. Seller shall conform to the fusion weld and non- destructive examination requirements set forth in the current revision of ANSI/AWS D17.1, Specification for Fusion Welding for Aerospace Applications. Seller shall submit a documented Weld Procedure Specification (WPS) and supporting Procedure Qualification Record (P QR) for Class “A” and “B” type welds to the GA -ASI Buyer for approval by GA -ASI Engineering Authority. As required, the supporting 3rd party nondestructive/metallographic examination results shall be included for the GA -ASI Engineering Authority approval. Weld Procedure Specification for Class “C” type -ASI Engineering Authority. welds are not required to submit for approvals unless requested by the GA Seller and its subcontractor(s) shall permit the GA -ASI representative(s) to perform surveys/audits to fy compliance with the welding and qualification requirements. If the seller subcontracts welding or test veri -ASI drawing and purchase order (including this Quality services, the requirements specified in the GA ractor(s) and the seller shall ensure full compliance with -30) shall be flowed down to its subcont Clause Q these requirements by its subcontractor(s). The seller shall specify the applicable weld specification(s) and class of weld(s) on the certificate of conformance, or on a separate welding certificat ion. The seller shall ensure the certificate of conformance includes the welder ID or weld map per AWS D17.1 along with Inspection/NDT reports. Q-31. Quality Clauses Are Not Required There is no quality clause required for this part. Tooling Specialized Q-32. -ASI Buyer. -ASI tooling is required to perform this order. Contact GA Specialized GA Q-33. Certification of Material(s) and Process(es) The Seller shall submit certifications for raw material (chemical and physical characteristics) and/or (stating specification) used in the manufacturing of the item(s). If outside processing is processes performed; a certification from subcontractor is to be provided. Titanium Material Certification of The Seller shall include with each shipment of end item product manufactured from Titanium material, an independent laboratory certified test report that states that the lot of material furnished has been tested, th the applicable material specifications. The test report will list inspected, and found to be in compliance wi the specifications, including revision numbers or letters, to which the material has been tested and/or quantitative limits for inspected and the material lot to which it applies. The test report shall include chemical, mechanical, or physical properties, and contain the actual test and/or inspection values obtained. Micro Section photo requirement Q-34. The Seller shall submit with the order, photographs of the micro sectioned test spe cimens that clearly -55110 paragraphs A.3.6.5. PRF depict conformance to etch back and smear removal requirements per MIL- Q-35. Supplier Part Identification The Seller shall mark parts with their cage code (preferable) or assigned (five number) vendor code near part number and revision status in accordance with the identification application requirements on the engineering drawing. Rework Report Q-36. In the event the item is returned with a reported functional failure, the Seller shall test, evaluate and The Seller shall provide a complete detailed rework report including test results, rework as required. evaluation findings and description of all work performed. In the event that the item is found to be fully functional and the failure/discrepancy could not be duplicated, the Seller shall state the CND (Can Not Duplicate) condition on the test and evaluation report. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 6 of

7 Quality Clauses Critical Parts First Article Inspection / Plan - Q-37. The Seller shall submit an Inspection Plan Report to the Buyer within 14 days of purchase order award. The Inspection Plan Report shall list the intended methods used to verify compliance to the specific drawing dimensions, values and/or requirements. The Seller shall perform a First Article Inspection (FAI) in accordance with Aerospace Standard 9102 -ASI from the first production lot, or as required by the Buyer. The FAI of one item to be submitted to GA shall consist of recorded actual drawing, specifi cation values and/or requirements (dimensional, test data, processes, drawing notes, etc.) and shall be documented on a separate report form. The first article item shall be clearly identified by a tag attached to the item or a label applied to the bag. A copy of the FAI and any applicable certifications shall accompany the First Article part. The Buyer reserves the right to verify any or all of the characteristics documented on the FAI report at the Seller's facility. The First Article Inspection Plan as set forth apply only to the first production lot and to any new revisions. requirements and -ASI, the Supplier shall not deviate from the process, change Once the first article is accepted by GA horization of the Buyer. suppliers, or manufacturing facility locations without aut The Seller shall perform a First Article Inspection (FAI) in accordance with Aerospace Standard 9102 of the first item produced from the first production lot, and a partial (changes only) FAI for drawing/ spec. is only required on the first production shipment from the supplier and each time a revisions. The FAI revision is released or when changes are made to the manufacturing location. The FAI does not need to be -ASI receiving inspection by GA submitted with each shipment once the FAI is received and accepted because the FAI completion is automatically tracked by the receiving inspection system and will not reset and be required until the revision changes or when deemed necessary by the Buyer. The FAI shall consist of tual drawing attributes, specification values, and/or requirements (dimensional, test data, recorded ac processes, drawing notes, etc.) and be documented on the drawing or on a separate report form. The first to the item or a label applied to the bag, and a copy of article item shall be clearly identified by a tag attached the FAI shall accompany the First Article part. The Buyer reserves the right to verify any or all of the characteristics documented on the FAI report at the seller's facility. cation (UID) and Grading Report Unique Identifi Q-38. The seller shall produce and verify UID markings in accordance with the latest revision of MIL- -130 STD and General Atomics’ ASI In the -02327, Technical Specification for Unique Identification (UID) Initiative. event of a conflict, MIL- STD -130 takes precedence. The seller shall submit with each shipment Quality (symbol verification) reports IAW MIL- STD -130, 5.2.7 MRI marking quality. The first and last UID markings of the lot shall be part of the samples that are verified. Human Readable Information (except direct part markings) shall be legible and accurate. UID markings shall be affixed to be easily accessible for scanning and visual verification unless otherwise noted on the applicable drawing(s). Th e maximum number of alphanumeric serial number characters shall be “18”, including all spaces and the symbols – and / (no other symbols allowed). nique Identification (UID) and Verification Performed by GA U Q-38a. -ASI The Seller acknowledges that UID marking in accordance with latest revision of MIL- STD -130 will be -ASI personnel upon receipt by GA This will include the -ASI. created and applied to Seller parts by GA issuance and marking of Serial Numbers if the parts are not serialized by the Seller. Q-39. Critical Safety Item (CSI) The seller is required to complete and submit Part/Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis -ASI prior to initiation of manufacturing in accordance with General (FMEA) and CSI Control Plan to GA Safety Item Supplier Plan. Submitted results of the FMEA and Control Plan are -04480, Critical Atomics ASI -ASI, CSI Control Board. Upon approval, the Control Plan is reviewed and approval granted by the GA A-ASI, CSI Control Board. considered frozen and no changes can be made without prior approval of the G site During performance of this program, the Buyer and Buyers Customer reserve the right to perform on- reviews of Sellers CSI Control Plan, Procedures and Records to verify continued adherence to the Critical Safety Item Supplier Plan and related Source Control Drawing (SCD) requirements. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 7 of

8 Quality Clauses Test Data (Retention) Q-40. The Seller shall retain results of product testing in a form of documented data containing actual and specification values/requirements and provide to the Buyer upon request within 72 hours. Q-41. Counterfeit Electronic Parts, Detection and Avoidance The National Defense Authorization Act, Section 818, Detection and Avoidance of Counterfeit Electronic Parts, requires the Seller to implement processes to detect and avoid the sale or use of counterfeit electronic parts or suspect counterfeit electronic parts in all products supplied to the Buyer. The Seller and its Subcontractors shall obtain electronic parts that are in production or currently available in stock fro m the original manufacturers of the parts or their authorized dealers, or from trusted suppliers who obtain such parts exclusively from the original manufacturers of the parts or their authorized dealers. Obtain electronic parts that are not in production or currently available in stock only from trusted suppliers who must also have appropriate policies and procedures in place to detect and avoid counterfeit electronic parts and suspect counterfeit electronic parts. Flow down the counterfeit avoidance and detection requirements to all subcontractor suppliers. If applicable the Seller shall subscribe to the Government Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP) and take appropriate action upon receipt of GIDEP Alert reports to contain and correct material that is or is and provide information yer by to Bu suspected to be defective or counterfeit. Seller shall immediately report , all material that is or is suspected to be defective or counterfeit. email and [email protected] Systems and Kits Traceability Requirements for Q-42. Shipments involving Systems or Kits; which include two or more boxes of serialized hardware, shall first level assembly part number(s) & have a shipper that includes the top level part number & serial number, The serial number(s), and, if appl icable, second level, major assembly part number(s) & serial number(s). the primary container in the group shall be identified with its part number & serial number, and the outside of Duplication of serial numbers for a given part number is prohibited. System part number & serial number. Q-43. Foreign Object Debris/Damage (FOD) Prevention A FOD prevention program shall be maintained. The supplier’s FOD prevention program shall include the review of design and manufacturing processes to identify and eliminate foreign object entrapment areas and paths through which foreign objects can migrate. -assessment of its internal The supplier’s FOD prevention program shall include supplier’s periodic self FOD prevention practices, and where appropriate, its subcontractor to measure effectiveness of program compliance requirements. The supplier’s FOD prevention program shall provide initial and periodic FOD training as deemed appropriate. 16400 Workmanship Requirements Q-44. UPA UPA16400 Workmanship Requirements apply to this order. The s eller is responsible to identify and conform to the applicable section(s) of General Atomics Aeronautical drawing UPA16400 “Engineering ion in affect at Criteria, Workmanship & Drawing Clarification” on all end item deliverables at the latest revis the issue date of the purchase order. in UPA16400, the supplier shall Prior to performing any sections/paragraphs indicated as “Rework” submit a “Supplier Disposition Request” to the purchasing agent for MRB review and obtain written ap proval from GA prior to proceeding. 8 2.PQA.020- 001 Rev E General Atomics Proprietary Information Page 8 of

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