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622.1308 Contract clauses.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 22.1308 (a)(2) and (c).

(55 FR 5775, Feb. 16, 1990)

Subpart 622.14-Employment of

the Handicapped

labor standards investigations as prescribed in FAR 22.406-8(a).

(d) The Procurement Executive is the agency head's designee for the purposes of FAR 22.406–8(d). 622.406-9 Withholding from or suspen

sion of contract payments. The authority to suspend contract payments pursuant to FAR 22.406-9(b) is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity. 622.406-10 Disposition of disputes con

cerning construction contract labor

standards enforcement. The cognizant contracting activity is the contracting agency for the purposes of FAR 22.406-10(b). 622.406-11 Contract terminations.

The cognizant contracting activity is the contracting agency for the purposes of FAR 22.406–11.

622.1403 Waivers.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 22.1403.

622.1408 Contract clause.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 22.1408.

(55 FR 5775, Feb. 16, 1990)

PART 623-ENVIRONMENT, CON

SERVATION, AND OCCUPA-
TIONAL SAFETY

622.406–12 Cooperation with the De

partment of Labor. Any information furnished to the Department of Labor pursuant to FAR 22.406–12(a) shall be submitted through the head of the contracting activity.

Subpart 623.1 -Pollution Control and Clean

Air and Water

Sec. 623.104 Exemptions. 623.107 Compliance responsibilities.

Subpart 622.6-Walsh-Healey

Public Contracts Act

Subpart 623.5-Drug-free Workplace

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625.300 Scope of subpart. 625.300-70 Overseas acquisitions. 625.302 Policy. 625.304 Excess and near-excess foreign cur

rencies.

625.202 Policy.

The authority to make the determination prescribed in FAR 25.202(a)(2) is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity. The authority to make the determination prescribed FAR

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25.202(b) is reserved to the Procurement Executive. 625.204 Violations.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 25.204.

Subpart 625.7-Restrictions on

Certain Foreign Purchases 625.703 Exceptions.

The authority to approve exceptions for other contracts, as prescribed in FAR 25.703(b), is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity.

Subpart 625.9–Additional Foreign

Acquisition Clauses

625.901 Omission of examination of

records clause. The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 25.901.

(55 FR 5775, Feb. 16, 1990)

Subpart 625.3-Balance of

Payments Program 625.300 Scope of subpart. 625.300–70 Overseas acquisitions.

This program applies to acquisitions of supplies and services for use outside the United States regardless of the contractor's location. 625.302 Policy.

The authority to make the determination prescribed in FAR 25.302(b)(3) is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity. The authority prescribed in FAR 25.302(c) is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity. 625.304 Excess and near-excess foreign

currencies. The authority to make the determination prescribed in FAR 25.304(c) is delegated to the head of the contracting activity.

625.903 Conditions for omission.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head for the purposes of FAR 25.903.

Subpart 625.10-Sanctions for Violations of Export Controls

625.1003 Exceptions.

The Procurement Executive is the agency head's designee for the purposes of FAR 25.1003(b). (55 FR 5775, Feb. 16, 1990)

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629.101 Resolving tax problems.

In certain instances, acquisitions by posts are exempt from various taxes in foreign countries. Contracting officers shall ascertain such exemptions and take maximum advantage of them.

Subpart 629.2-Federal Excise

Taxes

628.7001 DOSAR contract clause.

(a) Contractors should not ordinarily be required to assume risks which a private buyer would guard against through insurance. There may be occasions, however, when a contractor's assumption of such risks is in the best interest of the Government. The clause in paragraph (b) below is authorized for use on those occasions. In the determination of its use, the contracting officer should weigh the advantages it provides against the likelihood of a resultant increase in the contract price.

(b) The contracting officer shall insert the clause at 652.228–70, Indemnification, in solicitations and contracts when it is determined that the contractor's assumption of risk is in the best interest of the Government.

629.202 General exemptions. 629.202–70 Exemptions from other

Federal taxes. Taxable articles purchased for presentation abroad as gifts to foreign dignitaries and taxable articles purchased for presentation as gifts to foreign dignitaries visiting in the United States but which are to be taken out of the United States may be exempt from retail taxes or manufacturers excise taxes, in accordance with the letter of October 18, 1963, from the Chief, Excise Tax Branch, Internal Revenue Service.

PART 629-TAXES

Subpart 629.3-State and Local

Taxes

Subpart 629.1-General Sec. 629.101 Resolving tax problems.

Subpart 629.2-Federal Excise Taxes

629.302 Application of State and local

taxes to the Government. The Office of the Legal Adviser is the agency-designated counsel for the purposes of FAR 29.302(a).

629.202 General exemptions. 629.202–70 Exemption from other Federal

taxes.

Subpart 629.3-State and Local Taxes 629.302 Application of State and local taxes

to the Government. 629.303 Application of State and local taxes

to Government contractors and subcontractors.

629.303 Application of State and local

taxes to Government contractors

and subcontractors. The authority to make the determination prescribed in FAR 29.303(a) is delegated, without power of redelegation, to the head of the contracting activity (see 601.603-70). The Office of the Legal Adviser is the agency-designated counsel for the purposes of FAR 29.303(c).

Subpart 629.4-Contract Clauses 629.401 Domestic contracts. 629.401–70 DOSAR contract clause.

AUTHORITY: 22 U.S.C. 2658; 40 U.S.C. 486(C); 48 CFR Subpart 1.3.

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