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(5) Assistant Chief, Property Man

equipment, or services of an adminisagement Section, Bureau of Old-Age and trative nature for headquarters offices Survivors Insurance.

which are obtained through the Pro(6) Chief, Procurement Unit, Prop

curement and Supply Management erty Management Section, Bureau of Branch, Division of General Services, Old-Age and Survivors Insurance.

Office of Administration. (b) Authority stated in $ 3–75.101 to (c) Authority delegated in this secnegotiate contracts under Title III, sec

tion may be redelegated by the Director tion 302(c) (11), is delegated to:

of Field Administration in full or in part (1) Commissioner.

to officials of the Office of Field Admin(2) Deputy Commissioner.

istration. However, such redelegation (3) Administrative Officer.

must be reported immediately to the (c) Authority delegated in this section Office of Administration. is limited as follows:

$ 3–75.207–1 Redelegations. (1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases or contracts (a) Authority delegated in § 3–75.207 under section 302 (c) (6), (7), (8), (9), is redelegated to the Procurement Clerk, (12), (13), and (14), or to make advance Regional Office III. payments under section 305.

(b) Authority redelegated in this sec(ii) Purchase or contract for supplies, tion is limited as follows: equipment, or services of an administra- (1) No authority is redelegated to tive nature for headquarters offices purchase or negotiate for services of a which are obtained through the Pro- technical and/or professional nature. curement and Supply Management

$ 3–75.208 Office of Administration, Branch, Division of General Services,

Division of General Services. Office of Administration.

(iii) Make determinations and de- (a) Authority stated in § 3–75.101 is cisions specified in section 302(c) (11) delegated to: for contracts in excess of $25,000.

(1) Director, Division of General (d) Authority delegated in this sec

Services. tion may be redelegated by the Commis- (2) Deputy Director, Division of Gensioner in full or in part to officials in eral Services. the Social Security Administration, ex- (3) Chief, Procurement and Supply cept for negotiation under section Management Branch. 302 (c) (11). However, such redelegation (4) Chief, Purchase Section. must be reported immediately to the (5) Assistant Chief, Purchase Section. Office of Administration.

(6) Purchasing Agents.

(b) Authority delegated in this section 3–75.207 Office of Field Adminis

is limited as follows: tration.

(1) No authority is delegated to: (a) Authority stated in § 3–75.101 is (i) The Chief and Assistant Chief, delegated to:

Purchase Section, under section 302(c) (1) Director of Field Administration. (1), (6), (7), (8), (9), (11), (12), (13),

(2) Associate Director of Field Ad- and (14). Purchasing Agents' authority ministration.

is limited to signing of purchase orders (3) Chief, Division of Field Manage- which do not exceed $5,000. ment.

(ii) Make advance payments under (4) Regional Directors.

section 305. (5) Assistant Regional Directors or (iii) Make the necessary determinaRegional Executive Officers.

tions and decisions specified in section (6) Supervisors, Regional Office Sery

302 (c) (11) for contracts in excess of ices Sections.

$25,000. (b) Authority delegated in this sec

(iv) Make the necessary determination is limited as follows:

tions and decisions specified in sections (1) No authority is delegated to:

302 (c) (12) and (13). (i) Negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (5), (6), (7), (8), Subpart 3–75.3-Mistakes in Bids (9), (11), (12), (13), and (14), or to make advance payments under section § 3–75.30] Determinations delegation. 305.

Authority is delegated to the Chief, (ii) Purchase or contract for supplies, Procurement and Supply Management

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CHAPTER 4-DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Part 4-1 General. 4-2 Procurement by formal advertising. 4-3 Procurement by negotiation. 44 Special types and methods of procurement. 4-5 Special and directed sources of supply. 4-6 Foreign purchases. 447 Contract clauses. 4-8 Termination of contracts. 4-10 Bonds and insurance. 4-12 Labor. 4-14 Inspection and acceptance. 4-15 Contract cost principles and procedures. 4-16 Procurement forms. 4-17 Extraordinary contractual actions to facilitate the national defense. 4-30 Contract financing. 4–50 Disputes and appeals policy and procedure.

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