As described and under Operation United Assistance, this deviation addresses the medical care and evacuation of contractor and subcontractor employees performing within the designated operational area who are providing United States Government humanitarian and disaster relief efforts for the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa.
The attached memorandum forwards the DPAP memorandum of November 03, 2014 which informs the DOD contracting community of a class deviation to, effectively immediately, mandate use of the clause DFARS 252.225-7986, "Medical Care and Evacuation of Contractor Personnel in the Designated Operational Area for Operation United Assistance," (DEVIATION 2015-O0002), in contracts, task orders and delivery orders that will require contractor performance of construction, or services or delivery of supplies in the designated operational area for Operation United Assistance (Senegal, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia). This Class Deviation does not replace, but is in addition to, Class Deviation 2015-O0001 which was forwarded by DASN(AP) memorandum dated October 22, 2014. To incorporate the clause, contracting officers shall to the extent feasible, modify contracts, task orders and delivery orders awarded on or after September 15, 2014 that require contractor performance or delivery of supplies in the designated operational area for Operation United Assistance.
Class Deviation-Operation United Assistance: Medical Care and Evacuation (2015-O0002) NOV 12 2014