Identification Markings

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Item Information

Revision History

Date Status ID Title
2008-05-12 Active B4042C Identification Markings (2008-05-12) B4042C

Remarks – Recommended Use of SACC Item

Use the following clause in contracts for the Department of National Defence when identification markings are required.

Use this clause in conjunction with A1030C.

Legal text for SACC item

  1. When identification markings are required, the Contractor must arrange for their design and manufacture in accordance with the current issue of Canadian Forces Specification D-02-002-001/SG-001. The markings must be affixed to the deliverable end item(s) before delivery.
  2. Identification markings applicable to the United States (U.S.) Navy F-18 program must be manufactured in accordance with the current issue of MIL-STD-130, except that the "U.S." must be blanked out and the Canadian contract number, prefixed with the word "CANADA", must be specified in the Contract Number block.
  3. The Contractor must submit drawings for identification markings for approval through the responsible Department of National Defence Technical Authority at least sixty (60) days before production.