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UNITED STATES OF AMEANCA
Table of Contents
Subtitle A–Federal Procurement Regulations System (Continued):
Chapter 2-Federal Aviation Administration
Chapter 3—Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
This book is one of seven volumes of Title 41—Public Contracts and Property Management, revised as of January 1, 1969. This revision replaces the 1968 revision and becomes an integral part of the Code of Federal Regulations.
The text in this revision is derived from the latest text of the rules and regulations, general and permanent in nature, duly promulgated in the Federal Register on or before December 31, 1968. Source materials from which the text is derived are cited with the text and should be consulted to determine the effective date of any given provision. All dates appearing in the source citations are dates of publication in the Federal Register and should not be construed as effective dates.
Title 41 was reorganized, 24 F.R. 10952, December 30, 1959, to provide for the further development of the Federal Procurement Regulations System established March 10, 1959 (24 F.R. 1933), and for the codification of other Government-wide regulations affecting public contracts. quently Title 41 was expanded to include the Federal Property Management System Regulations, 29 F.R. 13251, September 24, 1964.
The Federal Procurement Regulations System (Subtitle A of this title) consists of (1) the procurement policies and procedures for Government agencies prescribed by the Administrator of General Services (Chapter 1Federal Procurement Regulations), and (2) regulations of various agencies implementing or supplementing the Federal Procurement Regulations (Chapters 2 through 49). In each of Chapters 2 through 49, the first 49 parts are reserved for regulations implementing the Federal Procurement Regulations and numerically keyed thereto; the remaining parts in these chapters will contain regulations supplementing the Federal Procurement Regulations.
Subtitle B (Chapters 50 through 100) consists of Government-wide regulations affecting procurement policies and procedures which are not included in the Federal Procurement Regulations System. Former Chapters II and III of Title 41, containing regulations of the Division of Public Contracts, Department of Labor, and the Committee on Purchases of Blind-Made Products, respectively, were redesignated Chapters 50 and 51 and assigned to this subtitle.
The Federal Property Management System Regulations (Subtitle C of this title) consists of (1) the property management policies and procedures