Distribution And Pricing Agreement

(1) A forward Pricing Rate Agreement (FPRA) or Forward Pricing Rate Recommendation (FPRR) is due to uncertainties with significant consequences such as: A Distribution and Price Agreement (DAPA) helps determine the selling price of medical and pharmaceutical products and gives the Defence Logistics Agency (DLA) the power to distribute the DAPA holder`s products to the military. As part of the Prime Vendor Program, DAPAs are created with pharmaceutical and medical-surgical manufacturers and distributors. In accordance with the DAPA, the contract holder agrees to authorize the main seller to distribute its products to the ordering institutions and accepts that the price charged to the main seller is the same as that stipulated in the agreement. b) Catalogue prices. The first catalogue of DLA-approved items, which can be ordered under the TLSC, is established at the time of awarding the contract. (4) As part of the CAP`s e-submission, suppliers are required to provide prices for S-S requirements based on the delivery schedule of items in the supplier`s CAP. If the S-S prices exceed the prices of peace, the supplier`s proposal must contain a sufficient description to explain the reasons for the additional costs that result and provide a breakdown of costs to justify price fixing. This paragraph (4) does not apply to the presence of support for DLA troops. (e) adaptation pricing method in the following order: “distribution and processing costs” the portion of the total price paid for the storage, handling and delivery of the item in accordance with the market, contained in the catalogue. It does not include the cost of the actual item that the custom logistics supplier was able to manufacture itself or purchase from another supplier. It is expressed only in fixed dollars, not percentages, with the exception of major suppliers who use negative distribution fees to obtain discounts on prices set between other contract vehicles (e.g. B the pharmaceutical PV program). A Prime Vendor is a distributor of brand-specific medicines and medical consumables that are usually delivered for next-day delivery to DoD medical treatment facilities (and other Federally funded facilities) that are customers of the medical/surgical premium seller of ALD.

In the program, DLA provides prices for items that can be charged to customers. The Prime Vendors are compensated by the payment of a sales fee which represents a contractual percentage of the price of the items delivered. Prices are set independently of Prime Vendors. directly with manufacturers and suppliers via a price instrument called DAPA – a distribution and price agreement. For more details on DAPA, download the DLA publication “DAPAs Made Easy” here: DAPAs Made Easy. 2. Contract management and contract review or contract review staff within the contracting organization must carry out contractual checks on sellers` compliance with contractual non-price conditions at least twice a year. A copy of the report is made available to the contract agent for the necessary review and verification and arrival and is added to the contract file.

A DAPA is not a contract. This is an agreement between DLA Troop Support and the manufacturers/suppliers of the MSPV program. DAPA determines both the selling price of the products and the authority to authorize DLA Troop Supports PVs to distribute DAPA-Holders products to DLA Troops Military Supports and other federal customers. a representative sample of items that can be purchased under the pricing program under a proposed contract measure. The proposed prices for market basket items are set fairly and appropriately before being included in a resulting contract.


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