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INSTRUCTION GUIDE FOR RETURN OF OFFER GUARANTEES
BY ELECTRONIC TRANSFER OR TREASURY CHECK
Offer guarantees will be returned at the option of the Government by either check or electronic funds transfer through the Treasury Fedline Payment System (FEDLINE). Offerors shall designate a financial institution for receipt of electronic funds transfer payments and provide the following information:
(1) Name and address of the financial institution receiving payment.
(2) The American Bankers Association 9-digit identifying number for wire transfers of
the financing institution receiving payment if the institution has access to FEDLINE.
(3) Payee's account number at the financial institution where funds are to be transferred.
(4) If the financial institution does not have access to FEDLINE, name and address of
the correspondent financial institution through which the financial institution receiving payment obtains wire transfer activity. Provide the American Bankers Association identifying number for the correspondent institution.
Using a separate worksheet for each MLI oftered against, from the SPR Salos Offer Form, enter the MLI maximum quantity offered on (expressed in thousands of barrels) in Column (A). Row 1.
2 Starting with the highest Du unit price offered on the MU from the SPR Sales Offer Form (and the highest proference if the unit prices of two or more DLls are the same)
enter the unit price in Row 1, Column (B), the DUI lotter in Row 1. Column (C); the DUI desired quantity is Row 1, Column (D) (in thousands of barrels) and the minimum party in Row 1. Column (E). (The minimum quantity is either the Governments minimum contract quantity, if the offer indicates the offeror will accept as little as that amount or the desired quantity, if the ofteror indicates he will accept no less then that amount. See instructions for the SPR Sales Offer Form)
3 other the desired quantity in Column (D), or the minimum quantity in Column (E) exceeds the maximum quantity in Column (A). you have made an error either on this form
or the offer form and should recheck your figures
4 Multiply the price in Row 1, Column (B) times the desired quantity in Column (D) (as expressed in thousands) and enter the total Dul price in Column (F).
Multiply the total DUI price in Column (F) times the factor in Column (G) and enter the product in Column (H) The factor is 5% of 1000
Subtract the Du desired quantity in Row 1, Column (D) from the maximum quantity in Row 1, Column (A) Enter the result in Row 2 Column (A). If the rosult is zero, go to Step 11
7. Enter the next highest unit price for the MU from the offer form in Row 2 Column (B). Enter the DU letter, desired quantity, and minimum quantity in their respective columns
If there is a mucimum quantity remaining in Row 2 Column (A), but no more ou offers, or the minimum quantity in Row 2 Column (E) exceeds the maximum quantity, you
may have made an error and should recheck your figuros. & Metapy the lesser of the remaining maximum quantity in Column (A) (even if this quantity is less than MINQ), or the desired quantity in Column (D) times the unit price and
enter the resulting total DUI price in Column (F).
Q. Multiply Column (F) times the factor in Colum (G) and enter the product in Column (ho. 10. Repeat stops Boter the next higher in price until the maximum quantity remaining lo zero, then go to step 11. 11. Sum the mountain Courm (H) and enter the total in Row 3 Column (M). Sum this amount for the worlamento I the sum odit worksheets in the $10,000,000
ter the wm in marted offer bond on the SPR Selo Olor Form. W the um excede $10,000,000, hen enter $10,000,000 on the other form Send to other or wire concurrently to the U.S. Trosaury (rotor bo intructions in the Notice of Solo) on oflor querentes in the amount indicated on the offer form. The worth need not bo womited with the other and should be retained for your files.
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CHAPTER 111-DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
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Security policies and practices relating to labor
for access to classified matter or special nuclear
tive uranium and thorium processing sites
missioning fund; procedures for special assess
ment of domestic utilities .....
ties for economic development
business enterprises seeking DOE contracts and
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Restrictions on aircraft landing and air delivery at
Department of Energy nuclear sites
power from the Boulder Canyon Project
potential sites for nuclear waste repositories
fuel and/or high-level radioactive waste
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PART 706_SECURITY POLICIES AND
PRACTICES RELATING TO LABORMANAGEMENT RELATIONS
Sec. 706.1 Purpose. 706.2 Basis and scope.
disciplinary authority over bargaining units, and (2) that determination of unit, jurisdiction, and similar questions will not breach security;
(c) Continuity of production at vital DOE installations;
(d) Consistent with DOE's responsibility under the law, the least possible governmental interference with the efficient management expected from DOE contractors;
(e) Minimum interference with the traditional rights and privileges of American labor.
SECURITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES IN NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD PRO
CEEDINGS 706.10 Policy. 706.11 Consent elections. 706.12 Administrative Law Judges. 706.13 Clearance of counsel. 706.14 DOE's role in proceedings.
LOYALTY OF PARTICIPANTS 706.20 Policy.
SECURITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES IN
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD PROCEEDINGS
CONTRACT NEGOTIATION AND ADMINISTRATION 706.30 Clearance of certain local union rep
resentatives. 706.31 Clearance of conciliators and arbitra
tors. 706.32 Security indoctrination of non-em
ployee representatives. 706.40 Final responsibility of DOE in secu
rity matters. AUTHORITY: Sec. 161, 68 Stat. 948, as amended; 42 U.S.C. 2201.
SOURCE: 41 FR 56776, Dec. 30, 1976, unless otherwise noted.
It is policy of DOE that NLRB cases falling within the scope of the Labor Management Relations Act at the various DOE installations should be conducted in normal fashion whereever possible, on the basis of open hearings, unclassified records and published decisions. This policy does not preclude adoption of special arrangements which may be required for reasons of program security at any stage of the proceedings in particular areas. $ 706.11 Consent elections.
In accordance with the recommendation of the President's Commission on Labor Relations in the Atomic Energy Installations, it is the policy of DOE to encourage every effort by management and labor at DOE installations to determine bargaining units and representatives by agreement and consent elections in preference to contested proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.
The purpose of this part is to set forth Department of Energy, hereinafter “DOE," security policies and practices in the area of labor-management relations. $706.2 Basis and scope.
The specific policies contained in this part are worked out within the framework of DOE's general objectives for labor-management relations in the DOE program, namely:
(a) Wholehearted acceptance by contractors and by labor and its representatives of the moral responsibility inherent in participation in the DOE program;
(b) Development of procedures to assure (1) that all participants in the program are loyal to the United States including those whose participation involves the exercise of negotiating and
8706.12 Administrative Law Judges.
By agreement with the National Labor Relations Board, a panel of cleared NLRB administrative law judges is maintained to facilitate resolution of questions as to the materiality of classified information in NLRB hearings and to facilitate preparation of an unclassified record. The assignment of individual administrative law judges to DOE cases remains a matter within the discretion of the National Labor Relations Board.