(a) Under 10 U.S.C. 2354, and if authorized by the Secretary concerned, contracts for research and/or development may provide for indemnification of the contractor or subcontractors for—
(1) Claims by third persons (including employees) for death, bodily injury, or loss of or damage to property; and
(2) Loss of or damage to the contractor's property to the extent that the liability, loss, or damage—
(i) Results from a risk that the contract defines as “unusually hazardous;”
(ii) Arises from the direct performance of the contract; and
(iii) Is not compensated by insurance or other means.
(b) Clearly define the specific unusually hazardous risks to be indemnified. Submit this definition for approval with the request for authorization to grant indemnification. Include the approved definition in the contract.
[56 FR 36416, July 31, 1991, as amended at 64 FR 51076, Sept. 21, 1999]