Research Administration Office

University of California

Memo Operating Guidance

No. 85-6

Supplement 3

September 12, 1988

Subject: Amendment to Army Advance Payment Pool Agreement No. DACA-FAP-B-84-0009

Enclosed is a copy of a revised amendment to the Advanced Payment Pool Agreement Without Special Bank Account (Agreement No. DACA-FAP-B-84-0009) between the University and the Department of the Army. This revised amendment corrects the dollar amount stated in Paragraph 2(d).

All other terms and conditions of this Agreement issued with Contracts and Grants Memo 85-6, April 7, 1985, as amended by Supplement No. 1, August 18, 1987 and Supplement No. 2, August 2, 1988, remain unchanged.

Refer: Samuela Evans

ATSS 8-582-1654

Subject Index: 06,15

Organization Index: F-210, F-225

Sincerely,

David F. Mears

University Contracts and Grants Coordinator

Enclosure

cc:

Campus Accounting Officers

Campus Materiel Managers

Associate Vice President Alter


The following amends Advance Payment Pool Agreement DACA-FAP-B-84-0009 between the Government and the University of California effective 1 January 1985.

Paragraphs l(b).l(c), 2(a) and 2(d) of the above named Agreement is canceled and superseded by the following paragraphs:

(1)-Maximum amount of Advance Payments.

(b) No payment shall be made if either such payment (i) together with all advance payments heretofore made results in unliquidated advances exceeding $850,000.00, or (ii) exceeds the total amount remaining to be paid under the pool contracts.

(c) The amount contained in paragraph l(b) shall not be increased or decreased unless the contractor's annual average cash requirement fluctuates more than $85,000.00.

(2) Submission of Requests for Advance Payments.

2(a) The Contractor shall submit to the Approving Officer (see paragraph(10) hereof) thirty days after the date of this Agreement, an Advance Payment Request in amount of $850,000.00 in accordance with the form provided in Annex A hereto.

2(d) Any additional requests for an advance shall be a matter of negotiation between the Contractor and the Approving Officer. Notwithstanding, an additional advance shall not be granted unless the Contractor's annual average cash requirements exceeds the initial pool advance by $85,000 as specified in paragraph l(c).

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

Willie C. Archie

NAME AND TITLE

Acting University Contracts

and Grants Coordinator July 26, 1988

DATE

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

DAVID D. MORRIS

CHIEF

BANKING AND CONTRACT FINANCING

POLICY DIVISION

DATE