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two numbers, “01”, refer to a specific ASPR paragraph. Often in the ASPR, paragraphs are followed by a series of subparagraphs. These subparagraphs further explain the ideas established by the paragraph. The relationship between the subparagraphs and their paragraph is connoted by giving the subparagraphs the number of their paragraph followed by a period and another number. Paragraph 3-201, which we have chosen for our example, has three subparagraphs. These are numbered 3–201.1, 3-201.2, and 3–201.3. Therefore, the material at 3–201.2(a), is located in one of these subparagraphs, namely 3–201.2. The letter "(a)” which follows all the numbers, refers to a specific unit of text within the subparagraph 3-201.2. (See diagram below.)

(a)

2

I Section/Part/Paragraph/Period/Subparagraph/Specific unit of text

For purposes of numbering, an ASPR Appendix is the equivalent of an ASPR section. Thus, references to material located in Appendices A through O, Title 32, Parts 1-39, Volume III, are handled in the same manner as ASPR sections, except that in place of a first digit, a letter will appear. For example, material at "A-201.2 (a), would be found using the steps discussed above for 3–201.2(a) except that the "section" digit has been replaced by an “A” for Appendix A. For more information regarding the arrangement, numbering, citation, and cross referencing of the ASPR, see Section I, Part 1, Paragraph 03 (or "1–103”) of the ASPR itself.

CORRELATION OF CFR WITH ASPR While much of the text of this edition of the ASPR is appearing for the first time in the FR/CFR system, a great deal of the material had been published in the last CFR edition revised as of July 1, 1974. Since this ASPR uses its own numbering system and the 1974 regulations used the standard CFR numbering system, comparison between the two will be difficult. Those doing research using the List of CFR Sections Affected (LSA) will note this problem. Effective with this edition, all LSA entries dealing with changes to the ASPR will reflect the use of the ASPR numbering system. The July 1, 1974 edition of Title 32, Parts 1-39, and all previous CFR editions, will reflect the use of standard CFR numbering in the L:SA entries. To assist the user, we have prepared a table which shows the relationship between the former CFR text and the 1975 ASPR. The left column in the table contains a list of all former CFR parts. The column on the right identifies the corresponding material as it appears in this edition of the ASPR. ASPR

ASPR CFR Parts Sections" CFR Parts

Sections" I 23

XXII 24

XXIV 25

XXV
IV

XXVI 5

30: VI

Appendiz 7

VII

$ 30.1
VIII
$ 30.2

B
IX
$ 30.3

с 10

X
$ 30.4

D 11

$ 30.5

E 12

XII 13 XIII

G1
XIV
$ 30.6

H 15

XV
$ 30.7

K 16

XVI
$ 30.8

I
17
XVII

J1
XVIII
19

XIX
$ 30.9

M

1 2 3 4

II
III

26

6

A

8 9

XI

F 2

14

18

L 1

XX1

N1
XXI 1

01 22

XXII 31-39 (Reserved)

1 New.

2 Appendix F-Illustration of Forms is not carried in the CFR edition of the ASPR. A copy of the forms has been filed as part of the original document.

Users of the ASPR will note that former Part 30 was broken down into appendices A through O. Appendices F, G, J, L, N, and Ohad no previous equivalent in earlier CFR editions. Consistent with its policy regarding publication of tabulated blank 'forms, the Office of the Federal Register is not reproducing the forms published in Appendix F_Illustrations of Standard and Department of Defense Forms. This edition of Appendix F will not contain the text of any form. Instead, Appendix F will consist of a list of forms.

INDEX An index to the entire ASPR is located at the end of Title 32, Parts 1–39, Volume III. Entries are by subject matter and references are to ASPR section and paragraph.

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN CFR AND ASPR Despite differences in numbering and style, the text of the former CFR editions and 1975 ASPRs contain many similarities. For the convenience of those users who may be using both editions, we have included the following example of similarities in 1974 and 1975 text on page x of this volume.

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Part 2-Circumstances Permitting Negotiation
3-200 General. Subject to the limitations set forth in Part I of this Section III
and pursuant to the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(a). procurement may be effected
by negotiation under any one of the exceptions ((1) through (17) of 10 U.S.C.
2304(a)) set forth in this Part 2, subject, in the case of construction contracts, to
the further restrictions of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) as set forth in 18-301. Each
negotiated contract shall contain a reference to the authority under which it was
negotiated.

3-201 National Emergency.

3–201.1 Authority. Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(a)(1), purchases and con-
tracts may be negotiated if-

"it is determined that such action is necessary in the public interest

during a national emergency declared by Congress or the President.
3–201.2 Application.

>(a) The authority of this paragraph 3-201 shall be used only to the extent
determined by the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Installations and Logistics) to
be necessary in the public interest, and then only in accordance with Departmen-
tal procedures consistent with this paragraph 3-201.

(b) For the duration of the national emergency declared pursuant to Pre-
sidential Proclamation 2914, dated December 16, 1950, the Avant Secretary
of
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Subpart B-Circumstances Permitting

Negotiation
Sound: The provisions of this Babpart B
appear at 25 FR 14128, Dec. 31, 1960, unless
otherwise noted.
$ 3.200 General

Subject to the Imitations set forth a
Subpart A of this part and pursuant to
the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(a), pro-
curement may be effected by negotiation
under any one of the exceptions ((1)
through (17) of 10 U.S.C. 2304(a)) set
forth in this subpart, subject, in the case
of construction contracts, to the further
restrictions of 10 U.S.C 2304(c) as set
forth in $ 18.301 of this chapter. Each
negotiated contract shall contain a refer-
ence to the authority under which it was
negotiated.
130 PR. 5971, Apr. 29, 1965)
$ 3.201 National emnergency.
$3.201-1 Authority. +

Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(a) (1),
purchases and contracts may be nego-
tiated 1
It is determined that such action is nocer-
mary in the public interest during a national
Emergency declared by Congress or
President
$ 3.201-2 Application.

(a) The authority of this $ 3.201 shall
be used only to the extent determined
by the Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Supply and Logistics) to be necessary
in the public interest, and then only in
accordance with Departmental proce-
dures consistent with this $3.201.

(b) For the duration of the national
emergency declared pursuant to Prest-
dential Proclamation 2914, dated Decem-
ber 16, 1950, the Assistant Secretary of
Defense (Installations and Logistics) bas
determined that only the following pro-
curements may be made pursuant to the
agt dty of 10 US 204(a) (1):

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