Terms & Conditions


Acceptance of this order certifies applicable governmental and safety constraints are met. By accepting this order, the supplier grants RKL Technologies, Inc, it’s customers, and regulatory agencies access to all facilities and/or records pertaining to this order.


This order may not be altered. Please notify RKL immediately if you find a discrepancy with this order and/or the parts received. The supplier will notify RKL Technologies, Inc. of any changes required for the order completion. Verbal and/or written authorization of these changes is required before action is taken.


All material and process certifications must indicate part number and preferably RKL Job number.


This inspection shall not be used by you as evidence of effective control of quality by you or your subcontractor and verification by us shall not absolve you of the responsibility to provide acceptable product nor shall it preclude subsequent rejection by RKL Technologies, Inc.


The supplier must notify RKL Technologies, Inc of all nonconforming products prior to shipment.


Parts must be packaged in a manner which best suits the safety and integrity of the parts.


The delivery date specified on the purchase order will be met or exceeded. If additional time is required the supplier will notify RKL Technologies, Inc. and provide a new delivery date. All records, unused material, and tooling shall be returned to RKL Technologies, Inc.


All packages, packing slips and invoices must be plainly marked with the Purchase Order number shown on the face of this Purchase Order and such other information as RKL Technologies, Inc. may request from time to time. Supplier shall state separately on its invoice the amount of state sales and/or use tax applicable to the sale of Goods and/or Services.


Supplier may not disclose to any third party (other than a government or judiciary body, as required by law), or use to the detriment of RKL Technologies, Inc., the existence or details of this Purchase Order or any agreement or arrangement with RKL Technologies, Inc., or any information Supplier receives or learns about RKL Technologies, Inc. in connection with or as a result this Purchase Order, except as is necessary to perform this Purchase Order and only with prior notice to RKL Technologies, Inc. of any such disclosure.

Right of Entry

RKL Technologies and its customers, reserve the right to perform inspections and test on all articles, materials or services at all time and places. RKL and its customers also reserve the “right of entry” which shall allow RKL, the Supplier, Customer, or Regulatory agency to determine and verify the quality of work, records, and materials at any place, including the plant of the subcontractor.

Flow Down

Supplier shall flow down requirements and/or key characteristics in the purchase documents to sub-tier suppliers as applicable.
This order is subject to FAR, DFAR, ITAR and DPAS supplemental flow down provisions.

Digital Data

Transfer of digital data to be used for inspection and manufacturing purposes will be regulated and controlled per Boeing document D6-51991. (http://www.boeingsuppliers.com/supplier/D6-51991.pdf) Acceptance of this purchase order certifies that all digital data received for this order will be returned and/or deleted within 30 days of product shipment.

Counterfeit Parts Control

All suppliers that use lower tier suppliers, including distributors, are required to attest to the authenticity of products from your respective sources of supply. Suppliers receiving materials and parts from lower tier suppliers, including distributors, must take immediate steps to verify that the stated manufacturer of any component is the actual manufacturer. Compliance shall be stated in the supplier’s Certificate of Conformance or by a separate certificate. Suppliers shall comply in accordance with AS5553, AS6174 Counterfeit Electronic Parts, Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation, and Disposition to ensure that Counterfeit Work is not delivered. Work consists of those commodities delivered under this Contract that are the lowest level of separately identifiable items (e.g., articles, components, standard hardware, goods, raw materials and assemblies). “Counterfeit Work” means Work that is, or contains, items misrepresented as having been designed and/or produced under an approved system or other acceptable method. The term also includes approved Work that has reached a design life limit or has been damaged beyond possible repair, but is altered and misrepresented as acceptable. Seller shall notify the Buyer in accordance with the pertinent facts if Seller becomes aware or suspects that it has furnished Counterfeit Work. This clause shall be flowed to any sub‐tier supplier used.