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amend existing leases that involve the acquisition of additional space or partial release of space, revisions in the terms of a lease, restoration settlements, and alterations.

(c) GSA Form 387, Analysis of Values Statement, should be completed whenever an appraisal is provided by inhouse or contract appraiser.

(d) GSA Form 1364, Proposal To Lease Space To The United States of America, may be used to obtain offers from prospective offerors except when expedited leasing procedures in 570.3 are used.

(e) GSA Form 3516, Solicitation Provisions, may be included as a part of all solicitations for the acquisition of leasehold interests real property except for solicitations issued under the expedited leasing procedures in 570.3.

(f) GSA Form 3517, General Clauses, may be included as a part of all solicitations and contracts for the acquisition of leasehold interests in real property. The GSA Form 3517A, General Clauses (Acquisition of Leasehold Interests in Real Property Not to Exceed

$25,000) or the GSA Form 3517B, General Clauses (Acquisition of Leasehold Interests in Real Property over $25,000 and 10,000 square feet or less or any lease not to exceed 6 months) may be included instead when using expedited leasing procedures.

(g) GSA Form 3518, Representations and Certifications, may be included as a part of all solicitations and contracts for the acquisition of leasehold interests in real property. The GSA Form 3518A, Representations and Certifications (Temporary and Small Acquisitions of Leasehold Interests in Real Property) may be included instead when using expedited leasing procedures.

(57 FR 37900, Aug. 21, 1992)

APPENDIX A TO CHAPTER 5CONTRACT

ING OFFICE ASSIGNMENT CODES

NOTE: Appendix A is illustrated in and made a part of the GSAR loose-leaf edition. Appendix A is not illustrated in this volume of the FEDERAL REGISTER or Title 48, Chapter 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

CHAPTER 6DEPARTMENT OF STATE

(Parts 600 to 699)

SUBCHAPTER A-GENERAL

Page

Part 601

535 540

602 603

540 542

604

Department of State acquisition regulations sys

tem ...
Definitions of words and terms ......
Improper business practices and personal conflicts

of interest .......
Administrative matters

.......
SUBCHAPTER B COMPETITION AND ACQUISITION PLANNING

Publicizing contract actions
Competition requirements ......
Acquisition planning
Required sources of supplies and services
Contractor requirements

605 606 607 608 609

544 545 546 546 547

SUBCHAPTER C–CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES 613 Small purchase and other simplified purchase procedures

551 614 Sealed bidding

552 615 Contracting by negotiation

553 616 Types of contracts 617 Special contracting methods

555

554

SUBCHAPTER D-SOCIOECONOMIC PROGRAMS

619

557

622

Small business and small disadvantaged business

concerns .....
Application of labor laws to government acquisi-

tions .....
Environment, conservation, occupational safety,

and drug-free workplace
Protection of privacy and freedom of information .

560

623

561 562

624

Part 625

Page 562

628 629 630 632 633

Foreign acquisition
SUBCHAPTER E–GENERAL CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS

Bonds and insurance
Taxes
Cost accounting standards
Contract financing
Protests, disputes, and appeals

564 564 565 565 565

SUBCHAPTER F_SPECIAL CATEGORIES OF CONTRACTING

634 636 637

Major system acquisition
Construction and architect-engineer contracts
Service contracting

569 569 570

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SUBCHAPTER A-GENERAL

PART 601-DEPARTMENT OF STATE as to provide a complete, logical, and

ACQUISITION REGULATIONS SYS- comprehensive publication.
TEM

Subpart 601.2-Administration Sec.

601.201 Maintenance of the FAR. 601.000 Scope of part. Subpart 601.2-Administration

601.201-1 The two councils.

The Office of the Procurement Exec601.201 Maintenance of the FAR.

utive represents the Department of 601.201-1 The two councils.

State (DOS) on the Civilian Agency AcSubpart 601.3-Agency Acquisition

quisition Council. The Procurement Regulations

Executive shall appoint said represent

ative for this purpose. The Office of the 601.301 Policy.

Procurement Executive is responsible 601.302 Limitations.

for coordinating with all interested 601.303 Publication and codification.

DOS elements proposed FAR revisions

and for advocating FAR revisions Subpart 601.4-Deviations from the FAR

sought by the Department. 601.403 Individual deviations. 601.404 Class deviations.

Subpart 601.3-Agency 601.405 Deviations pertaining to treaties Acquisition Regulations

and executive agreements. 601.470 Deviations from the DOSAR.

601.301 Policy. 601.471 Procedures.

(a) The Assistant Secretary for AdSubpart 601.5-Agency and Public ministration is the agency head for the Participation

purposes of FAR 1.301. Under Delega

tion of Authority No. 120-3 (51 FR 16768, 601.570 Rule making.

May 6, 1986), the Assistant Secretary

for Administration redelegated to the Subpart 601.6-Contracting Authority and

Procurement Executive the authority Responsibilities

to prescribe, promulgate, and amend 601.601 General.

DOS acquisition policies, rules, and 601.602 Contracting officers.

regulations. 601.602-1 Authority.

(b) The Department of State Acquisi601.6023 Ratification of unauthorized com- tion Regulation (DOSAR) is prescribed mitments.

under the authority of 22 U.S.C. 2658 601.602-3-70 Procedures.

and 40 U.S.C. 486(c) (Title II, Chapter 601.603 Selection, appointment, and termi

288, section 205(c) of the Federal Propnation of appointment.

erty and Administrative Services Act 601.603_3 Appointment.

of 1949, as amended). 601.603-70 Delegations of authority.

(c) The DOSAR implements and supAUTHORITY: 22 U.S.C. 2658; 40 U.S.C. 486(c); plements the FAR. Deviations, as de48 CFR Subpart 1.3.

fined in FAR 1.401, are processed in acSOURCE: 53 FR 26159, July 11, 1988, unless cordance with FAR Subpart 1.4 and otherwise noted.

Subpart 601.4. 601.000 Scope of part.

601.302 Limitations. This part describes the Department (a) The FAR and the DOSAR apply to of State Acquisition Regulation all DOS acquisitions of personal prop(DOSAR) in terms of establishment, re- erty and services, including construclationship to the Federal Acquisition tion, both within and outside the UnitRegulation (FAR), arrangement, appli- ed States, unless expressly excluded by cability, and deviation procedures. Ac- this subpart, or exempt from the Fedquisition procedures are integrated so eral Property and Administrative Serv

ices Act of 1949, as amended (40 U.S.C. 474(7)), or undertaken pursuant to section 208 of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956, as amended (22 U.S.C. 4308).

(b) At posts where Joint Administrative Offices have been formed, the FAR and the DOSAR apply to all Agency for International Development (AID) administrative and technical support acquisitions, except in those areas which have been exempted by the cognizant administrative office.

(ii) Subpart would be “DOSAR Subpart 609.4" outside the DOSAR and “Subpart 609.4" within the DOSAR.

(iii) Section would be “DOSAR 609.407" outside the DOSAR and "609.407" within the DOSAR.

(iv! Subsection would be “DOSAR 609.4073" outside the DOSAR End "609.407-3" within the DOSAR.

(v) Paragraph would be “DOSAR 609.407-3(a)" outside the DOSAR and “609.407–3(a)" within the DOSAR.

(2) When any part, subpart, section, subsection, or paragraph of the DOSAR is referenced formally in official documents such as legal briefs, it shall be prefaced by “48 CFR."

Subpart 601.4-Deviatic:us from

the FAR

601.303 Publication and codification.

(a) The DOSAR is issued as Chapter 6 of Title 48, Code of Federal Regulations. The DOSAR is established as Chapter 6 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations System. The DOSAR is divided into the same parts, subparts, sections, subsections, and paragraphs as is the FAR. However, when the FAR coverage is adequate by itself there will be no corresponding DOSAR coverage. Where the DOSAR implements a specific part, subpart, section, or subsection of the FAR, the DOSAR coverage is numbered and titled to correspond to the appropriate FAR number and title, except that the DOSAR number will include a 6 or 60 such that there will always be three numbers to the left of the decimal. For example, the DOSAR implementation of FAR 14.1 is shown as 614.1 and the DOSAR implementation of FAR 1.301 is shown as 601.301. Materials that supplement the FAR are assigned the numbers 70 and up. For example, DOSAR requires additional definitions than those used in FAR; this supplementary material is provided in 602.101-70.

(b) The DOSAR and its revisions are published in the FEDERAL REGISTER and in the Code of Federal Regulations, both of which may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 2002.

(c)(1) The DOSAR shall be referenced in the same manner as described at FAR 1.104–2(c). Using the DOSAR Coverage at 609.407-3(a) as a typical illustration, reference to the

(i) Part would be “DOSAR Part 609" outside the DOSAR and “Part 609" within the DOSAR.

601.403 Individual deviations.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head's designee for the purposes of FAR 1.403. The Office of the Procurement Executive is the DOS central agency control point for furnishing to the FAR Secretariat a copy of each ap pioved deviation. 601.404 Class deviations.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head's designee for the purposes of FAR 1.404(a). The Office of the Procurement Executive is the DOS central agency control point for furnishing to the FAR Secretariat a copy of each ap proved class deviation. 601.406 Deviations pertaining to tres

ties and executive agreements. The Procurement Executive shall determine whether a deviation pertaining to treaties and executive agreements is authorized under FAR 1.405 or that a request for deviation is required under FAR 1.405(e). The Office of the Procurement Executive is the DOS central agency control point for deviations pertaining to treaties and executive agreements; that office shall provide to the FAR Secretariat a copy of each ap proved deviation. 601.470 Deviations from the DOSAR

The authority to approve any deviations from the DOSAR is reserved to the Procurement Executive. The Office of the Procurement Executive is the

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