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Sec. 1.112 Federal procurement regulations 1.303
and General Services Adminis- 1.304 tration regulations relating to procurement of supplies and 1.304-1 servies.
1.304-2 1.113 Standards of conduct.
1.304-3 1.113-1 Government personnel. 1.113-2 Organizational conflicts of inter- 1.305 est.
1.305-1 1.114 Reporting of identical bids.
1.305-2 1.115 Noncollusive bids and proposals. 1.305-3
1.305-4 Subpart B-Definitions of Terms
1.305-5 1.201 Definitions. 1.201-1 Change order.
1.306 1.201-2 Contract modification.
1.307 1.201-3 Contracting officer. 1.201-4 Contracts.
1.307-1 1.201-5 Department and Military Depart- 1.307-2
ment. 1.201-6 Department of Defense.
1.307–3 1.201-7 Head of a procuring activity. 1.201-8 Includes.
1.308 1.201-9 Labor surplus area concern. 1.201-10 May. 1.201-11 Negotiate and negotiation.
1.309 1.201-12 Possessions. 1.201-13 Procurement.
1.310 1.201–14 Procuring activity.
1.311 1.201-15 Secretary.
1.312 1.201-16 Shall.
1.313 1.201-17 Small business concerns.
1.314 1.201--18 Supplemental agreement.
1.315 1.201-19 Supplies.
1.316 1.201-20 United States. 1.201-21 Construction. 1.201-22 Classified procurement. 1.201-23 Designee.
1.317 1.201–24 Purchasing office.
1.318 1.201-25 Contract administration office. 1.201-26 Assignment of contract adminis
1.320 1.201-27 Transfer of a contract.
1.321 1.201-28 Local purchase. 1.201-29 Automatic data processing equipment (ADPE).
1.322 1.201-30 Paying office.
1.322-1 1.201-31 Supporting contract administration.
1.322-2 1.201-32 Standard dating technique.
1.322-4 Subpart C-General Policies
1.322-5 1.300 Methods of procurement.
1.322-6 1.300-1 Competition.
1.322-7 1.300–2 Formal advertising.
1.324 1.300-3 Negotiation.
1.324-1 1.301 Interdepartmental and coordinated
1.3243 1.302 Sources of supplies and services. 1.302-1 Existing Government assets.
1.324-4 1.302-2 Sources outside the Government.
1.324–5 1.302-3 Production and research and de
velopment pools. 1.302-4 Foreign purchases.
1.324-6 1.302-5 Planned emergency producer. 1.302-6 Contracts between the Govern.
ment and its employees or busi- 1.324-7
Exchange of purchase information. Procurement of privately devel
oped items. General. Specific procurement methods. Purchase of patented items when
Government is a licensee. Time of delivery or performance. Scope. General. Terms. Time of delivery clauses. Research, exploratory development
and advanced development. Approval signatures. Priorities, allocations and allot
ments. General. Required use of priorities, alloca
tions and allotment clause. Inadequate response to solicita
tions. Documentation of procurement ac
tions; maintenance and disposi
tion of contract files. Solicitations for informational or
planning purposes. Liquidated damages. "Buying in." Voluntary refunds. Procurement of parts. Disputes and appeals. Procurement of jewel bearings. Disclosure of contractor perform
ance data to other Government agencies and foreign gov
ernments. Rental in lieu of purchase. Contracts conditioned upon the
availability of funds. Renegotiation performance reports. Industrial security. Procurements involving work to be
performed in foreign countries
by U.S. contractors. Multi-year procurement. General. Procedure. Evaluation. Award. Clauses. Multiyear procurement of services. Procedures for service contracts. Warranties. General. Policy. Use of a warranty. Commercial warranties. Scope of warranty clause (other
than commercial warranty
clause). Pricing aspects of fixed-price in
centive contract warranty pro
visions. Example of warranty clause for
fixed-price supply contracts. Example of warranty clause for
fixed-price services contracts.
Sec. 1.324-9 Another example of warranty
clause for fixed-price supply or services or research and development contracts (correction of
deficiencies clause). 1.324–10 Example of warranty clause for
fixed-price construction con
tracts. 1.324-11 Technical data warranty and ex
tended liability provisions. 1.325 Variation in quantity. 1.325-1 General 1.325-2 Subsistence. 1.326 Component breakout. 1.326-1 Scope. 1.326-2 Policy. 1.326-3 Responsibility for component
breakout selection, review and
decision. 1.32 Bre ut guidelines. 1.326-5 Records and review procedure. 1.327 Use of excess aluminum in Na
tional Stockpile. 1.327-1 Government Use Program. 1.327-2 Contract clause. 1.327-3 Modification of contract clause in
§ 1.327-2 in contracts for con
struction, 1.328 Price adjustment of milk contracts. 1.328–1 Scope of $ $ 1.328-1.328–6. 1.328-2 Delegation of authority. 1.328-3 Standards for deciding cases. 1.328-4 Submission of requests by con
tractor. 1.328-5 Forms of request by contractor. 1.328-6 Processing cases. 1.329 Release of procurement informa
tion. 1.329-1 Purpose and scope. 1.329-2 Release of records—General con
siderations. 1.329-3 Exemptions. 1.329-4 Requests for procurement records. 1.330 Total Package Procurement. 1.330-1 General. 1.330-2 Application. 1.330-3 Policy. 1.330-4 Implementation. 1.330-5 Special Provisions. 1.330-6 Other guidance. 1.331 Management control systems. Subpart D-Procurement Responsibility and
Authority 1.400 Scope of subpart. 1.401 Responsibility of each procuring ac
tivity. 1.402 Authority of contracting officers. 1.403 Requirements to be met before
entering into contracts. 1.404 Special requirements to be met be
fore entering into negotiated con
tracts. 1.405 Selection, appointment, and termi
nation of appointment of con
tracting officers. 1.405–1 Selection. 1.405-2 Appointment. 1.405-3 Termination of appointment.
Sec. 1.405-4 Modification. 1.405–5 Assignment of duties to contracting
officers. 1.406 Contract administration functions.
Subpart E-Contingent or Other Fees 1.500 Scope of subpart. 1.502 Applicability. 1.503 Covenant against contingent fees
clause. 1.504 Improper influence. 1.505 General principles and standards
applicable to the covenant. 1.505-1 Contingent character of the fee. 1.505-2 Exceptions to the prohibition of
the covenant. 1.505-3 Bona fide employee. 1.505–4 Bona fide established commercial
or selling agency maintained by the Contractor for the purpose
of securing business. 1.505-5 Fees for information. 1.506 Representation and agreement re
quired from prospective contrac
tors. 1.506-1 General. 1.506-2 Interpretation of the representa
tion. 1.507 Use of Contractor's Statement of
Contingent or Other Fees
(Standard Form 119). 1.507-1 General. 1.507-2 Statement in lieu of form. 1.507–3 Exceptions. 1.508 Enforcement. 1.508-1 General. 1.508-2 Failure or refusal to furnish
Standard Form 119. 1.508-3 Misrepresentation or violations of
the covenant against contingent
fees. 1.508-4 Reports. 1.509 Preservation of records. Subpart F-Debarred, Ineligible, and Suspended
Bidders 1.600 Scope of subpart. 1.601 Establishment and maintenance of
records and lists of firms or individuals debarred, ineligible or
suspended. 1.601-1 General. 1.601-2 Information contained in Depart
mental records. 1.601-3 Joint Consolidated List. 1.601-4 Protection of records. 1.601-5 Limitation. 1.601-6 Inquiries from debarred, ineligible,
or suspended individuals and
firms. 1.603 Grounds for listing and treatment
to be accorded listed concerns. 1.604 Administrative debarment of firms
or individuals (Type A). 1.604-1 Causes for debarment. 1.604-2 Period and scope of debarment. 1.604-3 Notice of debarment. 1.605 Suspension of firm or individual. merce Procurement Synopsis. 1.706-5 Total set-asides. 1.706-6 Partial set-asides. 1.706-7 Automatic dissolution of set-asides. 1.707 Subcontracting with small busi
Sec. 1.605-1 1.605–2 1.605-3 1.606 1.607
1.608-2 1.608-3 1.609 1.609-1 1.609-2 1.609-3
Causes for suspension.
mation. Reporting. Situations where reports are re
quired. Contents of reports. Addresses and copies of reports. Procurement outside United States. General. Responsibilities and area coverage. Information contained on oversea
lists. Protection of oversea lists and
records. Maintenance and distribution of
lists. Basis of addition of firmas and indi
viduals to lists. Treatment to be accorded firms or
individuals in debarred or in
eligible status. Causes and conditions for which
unified commanders may place
names on the consolidated list. Liaison with United States diplo
matic missions. Use of lists.
Subpart G-Small Business Concerns 1 700 Scope of subpart. 1.701 Definitions. 1.701-1 Small business concern. 1.701-2 Established supplier. 1.701-3 Potential supplier. 1.701-4 Manufacturing industry employ
ment size standards. 1.702 General policy. 1.703 Determination of status as small
business concern. 1.704 Small business oficials. 1.704-1 Director for small business. 1.704-2 Departmental small business ad
visors. 1.704-3 Small business specialists. 1.705 Coperation with the Small Busi
ness Administration. 1.705-1 General. 1.705-2 SBA representatives. 1.705-3 Access to procurement information. 1.705-4 Certificates of competency. 1.705-5 Performance of contract by SBA. 1.706 Set-asides. 1.706-1 General. 1.706-2 Contract authority. 1.706-3 Review, withdrawal, or modifica
tion of set-asides or set-aside
proposals. 1.706-4 Reporting for Department of Com
ness concerns. 1.707-1 General.
Sec. 1.707-2 Small business subcontracting
program. 1.707-3 Required clauses. 1.707-4 Responsibility for reviewing the
subcontracting program. 1.707-5 Reports on DD Form 1140-1. 1.707-6 Subcontracting studies and sur
veys. 1.707-7 SBA review of agency records. 1.708 Mobilization planning.
Subpart H-Labor Surplus Area Concerns 1.800 Scope of subpart. 1.801 Definitions. 1.801-1 Labor surplus area concern. 1.801-2 Labor surplus area. 1.801-3 Small business concern. 1.802 General policy. 1.803 Application of policy. 1.804 Partial set-asides for labor surplus
area concerns. 1.804-1 General. 1.804-2 Set-aside procedures. 1.8043 Withdrawal of set-asides. 1.804-4 Contract authority. 1.805 Subcontracting with labor surplus
area concerns. 1.805-1 General policy. 1.805-2 Labor surplus area subcontracting
program 1.805-3 Required clauses. 1.805-4 Responsibility for reviewing sub
contracting program. 1.806 Depressed industries. 1.806-1 General. 1.806-2 Petroleum and petroleum products
industry (notification No. 58). Subpart 1-Responsible Prospective Contractors 1.900 Scope of subpart. 1.901 Applicability. 1.902 General policy. 1.903 Minimum standards for responsible
prospective contractors. 1.903-1 General standards. 1.903–2 Additional standards. 1.903–3 Special standards. 1.903–4 Ability to meet certain minimum
standards. 1.904 Determinations of responsibility and
nonresponsibility. 1.904-1 Requirement. 1.904–2 Exceptions. 1.904-3 Amliated concerns. 1.904-4 Procurements from Canadian
sources of supply. 1.905 Procedures for determining respon
sibility of prospective contractors. 1.905-1 General, 1.905-2 When information will be obtained. 1.905-3 Sources of Information. 1.905-4 Pre-award surveys. 1.906 Subcontractor responsibility. 1.907 Disclosure of pre-award data. 1.908 Contractor performance evaluation, 1.908-1 General. 1.908–2 Development and certain specified
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formance data. 1.908-5 Performance evaluation of construc
tion contractors. 1.908–6 Disclosure of contractor performance evaluation
reports records. Subpart - Publicizing Procurement Actions 1.1001 General policy. 1.1002 Dissemination of information re
lating to invitations for bids and
requests for proposals. 1.1002-1 Availability of invitations for bids
and requests for proposals at the
contracting office. 1.1002–2 Limited availability of certain
specifications, plans, and draw
ings. 1.1002–4 Displaying in public place. 1.1002-5 Information releases to newspapers
and trade journals. 1.1002–6 Paid advertisements in newspapers
and trade journals. 1.1003 Synopses of proposed procure
ments. 1.1003-1 General. 1.1003—2 Time of publicizing. 1.1003-3 Preinvitation notices. 1.10034 Advance notice for research and
development. 1.1003–5 Publication of procurements of
less than $10,000. 1.1003–6 Synopses of subcontract oppor
tunities. 1.1003–7 Avallabuity of specifications,
plans, and drawings. 1.1003–8 Responsibility of small business
specialists. 1.1003–9 Preparation and transmittal. 1.1004 Disclosure of information prior to
award. 1.1005 Publicizing award information, 1.1006–1 Synopsis of contract awards. 1.1005—2 Other publication of award intor
Release of procurement informe
tion. 1.1006–1 Members of Congress. 1.1006-2 General public. 1.1007 Public release of long-range pro
curement estimates. 1.1007–2 Application. 1.1007–3 Conditions. 1.1007-4 Commerce Business Daily an
Subpart K-Qualified Products
Opportunity for qualification.
Procurement of quallfied products.
specification requirements. 1.1111 Misuse of qualified products list
information. Subpart La-Specifications, Plans, and Drawings 1.1201 General 1.1202 Mandatory specifications. 1.1203 Avallability of specifications,
standards, plans, and drawings. 1.1203-1 General. 1.1203-2 Specifications and standards listed
in the Department of Defense Index of Speciications
and Standards (DODISS). 1.1203-3 Specifications and standards not
Ilsted in DODISS, and plans, drawings, and other pertinent
documents. 1.1204 Preservation, packaging, packing
and marking policies. 1.1205 Offshore procurement. 1.1206 Purchase descriptions. 1.1206-1 General. 1.1206-2 Brand name or equal purchase de
scription. 1.1206-3 Invitation for bids "Brand Name
or Equal" Purchase Descriptions. 1.1206-4 Bid evaluation and award-"brand
name or equal" purchase descrip
tions. 1.1206-5 Procedure for negotiated procure
ments. 1.1207 Alternate articles or qualities. 1.1208 Procurement of used and recon
ditioned material and former
Government surplus property.
Privately owned Ocean Carriors
oficer. 1.1406 [Reserved] 1.1407 [Reserved] 1.1408 [Reserved) 1.1409 Construction contracts. 1.1410 Non-use of foreign-flag vessels en
gaged in Cuban trade.
Subpart O Options
Subpart Q_Value Engineering Sec. 1.1701 Policy. 1.1702 Types of value engineering provi
sions. 1.1702-1 Incentives. 1.1702–2 Program requirement. 1.1702-3 Use of incentive and program
clauses. 1.1703 Types of savings to be shared with
the contractor. 1.1703-1 General. 1.1703-2 Instant contract savings. 1.1703-3 Future acquisition savings, 1.1703-4 Collateral savings. 1.1704 Percentages of contractor sharing. 1.1704-1 General. 1.1704–2 Value engineering incentive per
centages. 1.1704-3 Value engineering program re
quirement percentages. 1.1705 Other considerations. 1.1705-1 Submission of identical value En
gineering change proposals under
more than one contract. 1.1705–2 Revision of performance Incentive
provisions. 1.1705–3 Cost allowability. 1.1705-4 Effect of value engineering pay
ments. 1.1706 Evaluation and acceptance. 1.1707 Value engineering clauses. 1.1707-1 The basic clause. 1.1707-2 Instant contract sharing provi
sions (clause paragraph (d)). 1.1707-3 Future acquisition sharing provi
sions (clause paragraph (1)). 1.1708 Instant contract only sharing pro
vision, 1.1709 Exclusion of collateral savings pro
vision. 1.1710 Royalty payment notice for future
acquisition contract documents. Subpart R--Post-Award Orientation of Contractors 1.1801
Scope of subpart. 1.1802 Policy. 1.1803 Post-award orientation confer
ences. 1.1803-1 Factors. 1.1803-2 Initial action. 1.1803-3 Agenda. 1.18034 Participants. 1.1803-5 Conference procedure. 1.1804 Subcontract conferences 1.1805 Forms and reports. 1.1806 Post-award letters.
Subpart 5—First Article Approval 1.1900 Scope of subpart. 1.1901 Definitions. 1.1902 General. 1.1903 Fixed-price type contracts. 1.1904 Cost reimbursement type contracts. 1.1905 Government administration proce
dures. 1.1906 Contract clauses.
Subpart T-Limitation of Cost or Funds Under
Cost-Reimbursement Type Contracts Sec. 1.2000 Scope of subpart. 1.2001 Limitation of cost or funds.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 1 Issued under R.S. 161, secs. 2202, 2301-2314, 70A Stat. 120, 127-133; 5 U.S.C. 301, 10 U.S. 2202, 2301-2314.
Subpart A Introduction $ 1.100 Scope of subpart.
This subpart sets forth (a) introductory information pertaining to the subchapter (its purpose, applicability, content, and arrangement), and (b) in. structions for amending, implementing, disseminating, and deviating from the subchapter. 125 F.R. 14079, Dec. 31, 1960) $ 1.101 Purpose of subchapter.
This subchapter, issued by the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Installations and Logistics) by direction of the Secretary of Defense and in coordination with the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force and the Director of the Defense Supply Agency, establishes for the Department of Defense, uniform policies and procedures relating to the procurement of supplies and services under the authority of Chapter 137, Title 10 of the United States Code, or under other statutory authority. 127 F.R. 11643, Nov. 27, 1962) § 1.102 Applicability of subchapter.
This subchapter shall apply to all purchases and contracts made by the Department of Defense, within or outside the United States (but see $ 1.109-4), for the procurement of supplies or services which obligate appropriated funds (including available contract authorizations), unless otherwise specified herein, except transportation services procured by transportation requests, transportation warrants, bills of lading, and similar transportation forms. (Procurement of these excepted transportation services shall be in accordance with specific regulations and instructions issued by the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service, Military Sea Transportation Service, Military Airlift Command, and the Departments. (33 F.R. 15380, Oct. 17, 1968)