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$ 19–16.250_4 Amendment of Contract
(Form IA–19). Form IA-19 is prescribed for use whenever it becomes necessary to amend a contract. Subpart 19–16.3— Purchase and
Delivery Order Forms § 19–16.350 U.S. Information Agency
purchase and delivery order forms. The Agency forms prescribed in this $ 19–16.350 shall be used when purchases are authorized or required to be made by purchase order or delivery order in accordance with Subpart 1–3.6 of this title, small purchase procedures. § 19–16.350–1 Purchase Order (Form
IA-24). Forms IA-24 and 24A (continuation sheet) are prescribed for use when Standard Forms 147 and 148 are inapplicable (see § 3.605–3 of this chapter). § 19–16.350–2 Order for Materials and
Services under Contract (Form IA
135). Forms IA-135 and 135A (continuation sheet) are prescribed for use by media purchasing activities when placing orders against Agency open-end contracts. $ 19-16.350-3 Requisition-Purchase Or
der-Invoice (For Professional Serv
ices) (Form IA-44). Form IA-44 is prescribed for use by media purchasing atcivities to obtain talent vendor services (narration, scriptwriting-translation) when authorized pursuant to a specific redelegation of authority. Subpart 19–16.8—Miscellaneous
Forms § 19–16.802 Bidder's Mailing List Ap
plication. Whenever a Standard Form 129 is furnished to a prospective bidder, a copy of Agency Form IA-407A, Bidder's Commodity and Service Code Lists, shall also be furnished to obtain information necessary for placement of applicant on the Agency's Bidder's Mailing Lists. § 19–16.850 Other Agency forms.
The forms listed in this § 19–16.850 shall be used in compliance with directives of the applicable regulatory agency of the Government and in accordance with Chapter 1 of this title.
§ 19–16.850–1 Department of
Labor form letter (Walsh-Healey Public
Contracts Act). Form WH-12, a Department of Labor form letter, is prescribed for use in accordance with § 1-12.604 of this title. $ 19–16.850–2 Department of Labor
poster (Walsh-Healey Public Con
tracts Act). Form PC-13, a Department of Labor poster, is prescribed for use in accordance with § 1-12.604 of this title. § 19–16.850–3 Notice of Award of Con
tract. Standard Form 99, Notice of Award of Contract, is prescribed for use in accordance with $ 1-12.604 of this title. § 19–16.850–4 Notice to Labor Unions
or Other Organizations of Workers. Standard Form 38, Notice to Labor Unions or Other Organizations of Workers, is prescribed for use in accordance with § 1-12.805–3 of this title. § 19–16.860 USIA forms.
This § 19–16.860 prescribes Agency forms, other than procurement contract forms, to be used in the procurement process. $ 19–16.860–1 Bidder's Commodity and
Service Code Lists (Form IA-407A). Form IA-407A is prescribed for use in conjunction with Standard Form 129, Bidder's Mailing List Application, in accordance with $ 16.802. § 19–16.860—2 Telephone Bid Tabula
tion (Form IA-25). Form IA-25 is prescribed for use in accordance with $ 3.603–1 of this chapter. § 19–16.860–3 Memorandum of Loan
(Form IA-431). Form IA-431 is prescribed for use to obtain the loan of items from private owners, business firms, and nonprofiit institutions for use in the Agency's exhibit program. $ 19–16.860–4 Certificate of Export let
ter (Form IAL-368). Form IAL-368, a USIA Certificate of Export letter, is prescribed for use to furnish manufacturer-vendors with proof of export for items purchased exclusive of Manufacturer's Excise Tax.
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CHAPTER 22-OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
Part 22-1 General.
22-60 Contract appeals.
PART 22-1-GENERAL Sec. 22-1.000
Scope of part.
Subpart 22–1.0—Introduction 22-1.001 Scope of subpart. 22–1.002
Applicability. 22–1.004-1 (Reserved] 22–1.004–2 Relationship to the FPR. 22–1.004–3 Description. 22–1.004-4 Interim applications. 22-1.005
Issuance. 22–1.006–1 Code arrangement. 22–1.006-2 Publication. 22–1.006–3 Copies. 22–1.007
Arrangement. 22–1.007-1 General plan. 22–1.007–2 Numbering. 22–1.007–3 Citation. 22–1.008
Agency implementation. 22–1.008–1 Suffixes.
Deviations. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 22–1 issued under 63 Stat. 377, sec, 602, 78 Stat. 528; 41 U.S.C. 201 note, 42 U.S.C. 2942.
SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 22–1 appear at 31 F.R. 13001, Oct. 6, 1966, unless otherwise noted. $ 22–1.000 Scope of part.
This part establishes a system of procurement regulations and procedures applicable to procurement of property, rights and services (including construction) necessary to the operations of the Office of Economic Opportunity, Execu
tive Office of the President. This system is based upon the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, and is comprised of the Federal Procurement Regulations (referred to herein as FPR), and Office of Economic Opportunity Procurement Regulations (referred to herein as OEOPR, which are hereby established). This part describes the method by which the Office of Economic Opportunity implements, supplements, and may deviate from the FPR, and sets forth policies and procedures which implement and supplement the FPR.
Subpart 22-1.0— Introduction $ 22–1.001 Scope of subpart.
This subpart sets forth introductory information pertaining to the Office of Economic Opportunity Procurement Regulations (herein identified as OEOPR). It explains the purpose of the OEOPR, the authority under which they are issued, their relationship to the Federal Procurement Regulations, and their applicability, method of issuance, exclusions, and arrangement. It also outlines procedures for implementing, supplementing, and deviating from the FPR. § 22–1.002 Purpose.
The Federal Procurement Regulations, as implemented, supplemented, or deviated from by the Office of Economic Opportunity Procurement Regulations set forth in this chapter, are hereby designated as the authorized regulations
governing the procurement of property, procurement actions, except as otherrights, and services (including construc- wise specified herein; however, existing tion) necessary to the operations of the Office of Economic Opportunity procureOffice of Economic Opportunity, Execu- ment regulations, procedures, instructive Office of the President.
tions, and requirements, not in conflict $ 22–1.003 Authority.
with FPR, will remain in effect until
superseded by an appropriate OEOPR, (a) The Office of Economic Opportu-. or otherwise rescinded. nity Procurement Regulations (OEOPR).. are prescribed pursuant to Title III of
§ 22–1.005 Exclusions. the Federal Property and Administrative (a) Certain Office of Economic OpporServices Act of 1949 (63 Stat. 377), as tunity procurement policies and proceamended, and section 602(n) of Public dures which come within the scope of Law 88–452, as amended and the author- this Chapter 22 nevertheless may be exity delegated to the Director of Contracts. cluded when justified. These exclusions
(b) Procurement instructions and pro- may include the following categories: cedures which are necessary to imple- (1) Policies or procedures effective for ment, supplement, or deviate from the a period of less than 6 months. FPR, will be issued in the OEOPR by the (2) Policies or procedures effective on Director of Contracts, when necessary an experimental basis for a reasonable to accomplish Office of Economic Oppor- period. tunity procurement objectives.
(3) Policies and procedures pertain
ing to other functions of the Office of § 22–1.004 Applicability.
Economic Opportunity as well as to pro§ 22–1.004–1 [Reserved]
curement functions, and where there is § 22–1.004—2 Relationship to the FPR.
need to make the issuance available to
all Office of Economic Opportunity emMaterial published in the FPR which ployees concerned. has Government-wide applicability, be- (4) Where speed of issuance is essencomes effective throughout the Office of
tial, and numerous changes required in Economic Opportunity upon the effective this Chapter 22 cannot be made date cited in the particular FPR material. promptly. Such material generally will not be re- (b) Procurement policies and procepeated, paraphrased, or otherwise stated dures issued under the authority of parain OEOPR except to the extent neces- graph (a) (3) and (4) of this section sary to supplement, implement, or de- will be codified into this Chapter 22 at viate from the FPR.
the earliest practicable date, but in any 8 22–1.004–3 Description.
event not later than six months from The meanings of OEOPR “implemen
date of issuance. tation," "supplementation,” and “devia- § 22–1.006 Issuance. tion” from the FPR includes the following:
§ 22–1.006–1 Code arrangement. (a) "Implementation” means a part,
Office of Economic Opportunity Prosubpart, section, etc., which treats the curement Regulations which basically or policies and procedures of a similarly
significantly implement, supplement or numbered portion of the FPR in greater deviate from the Federal Procurement detail or indicates the manner of com
Regulations, Chapter 1 of this Title 41 pliance, including any deviations. How- of the Code of Federal Regulations, will ever, material in this Chapter 22 which be published as this Chapter 22 of this differs from material in Chapter 1 of this
Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations. title (FPR) shall be regarded as a devia- $ 22–1.006-2 Publication. tion only if explicitly reference to be a deviation.
This Chapter 22 of this Title 41, Code (b) "Supplementation" means
of Federal Regulations will be published OEOPR coverage of matters which have
in the daily issues of the FEDERAL REGno counterpart in the FPR.
ISTER, and in cumulated form in the Code (c) “Deviation" is defined in FPR
of Federal Regulations. 1-1.009-1.
$ 22–1.006–3 Copies. & 22–1.0044 Interim applications.
Copies of the Office of Economic OpThe regulations in this chapter apply portunity Procurement Regulations in to all Office of Economic Opportunity the FEDERAL REGISTER and the Code of
Federal Regulations form may be pur- $ 22–1.008 Agency implementation. chased by Federal agencies and the pub
§ 22–1.008–1 Suffixes. lic, at nominal cost from the Superin
OEOPR's which may be issued to protendent of Documents, Government
vide for special requirements of individPrinting Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.
ual programs will be identified by alpha$ 22-1.007 Arrangement.
betical suffixes to the appropriate digit $ 22–1.007-1 General plan.
22 part, subpart, section, and subsection.
Such suffixes will be assigned when reg-
ulations of this type are issued.
Deviations from the FPR and OEOPR ment Regulations and conform with
shall be kept to a minimum and conFEDERAL REGISTER Standards approved for trolled as follows: the FPR.
(a) Deviations in both individual $ 22–1.007–2 Numbering.
cases and classes of cases must be ap
proved in advance by the Director of (a) This Chapter 22 has been allo
Contracts. Requests for approval of cated to the Office of Economic Oppor
such deviations may be initiated by Contunity for implementing, supplementing,
tracting Officers. They shall be suband deviating from Chapter 1 of this
mitted to the Director of Contracts. ReTitle 41 CFR, the Federal Procurement Regulations.
quests shall cite the specific parts of the
FPR and OEOPR from which it is de(b) Where the OEOPR implements
sired to deviate, shall set forth the na(or deviates from) a part, subpart, section, or subsection of the FPR, the im
ture of the deviations, and shall give the plementing part, subpart, section, or sub
reasons for the action requested. section of OEOPR will be numbered (and
(b) If a requested deviation is concaptioned) to correspond to the part,
sidered appropriate, approval will be acsubpart, section, or subsection of Chap
complished as follows: ter 1 of this title, CFR, the FPR.
(1) Where the deviation applies to an (c) Where the subject matter con
individual case, approval will be granted tained in a part, subpart, section, or sub
by memorandum addressed to the resection of FPR requires no implementa
questing officer with copies to interested tion, the OEOPR will contain no corre
offices. The contract file of the requestsponding part, subpart, section, or sub
ing office shall include a copy of the resection number and the subject matter
quest and approval. as published in the FPR governs.
(2) Where the deviation applies to a (d) OEOPR's which supplement the
class of cases, necessary coordination
with the General Services Administration FPR will be assigned an appropriate number and title different from any as
will be accomplished by the Director of
Contracts. Such class deviations will be signed to an FPR.
issued as a part of OEOPR. $ 22–1.007–3 Citation.
(3) Where circumstances preclude the
obtaining of prior concurrence of the The Office of Economic Opportunity
GSA, to a class of cases, the Director of Procurement Regulations will be cited
Contracts may authorize a deviation. In in accordance with FEDERAL REGISTER
such an instance, the Director of Constandards approved for the FPR. Thus
tracts shall inform the GSA of the deviathis section, when referred to in sec
tion and circumstances under which it tions of the Office of Economic Oppor
was required. tunity Procurement Regulations, should
(c) The requesting office will be be cited as “22-1.007–3 of this chapter.”
notified by memorandum, with copies to When this section is referred to formally
other interested offices, whenever a rein official documents, such as legal briefs,
quested deviation is disapproved. it should be cited as “41 CFR 22–1.007–3.”
(d) In emergency situations involving Any section of Office of Economic Oppor
individual cases, deviation approvals may tunity Procurement Regulations may be
be processed by telephone and later coninformally identified, for purposes of
firmed in writing. brevity, as OEOPR followed by the sec
(e) Requests for deviations may be
made at any time. New FPR issuances tion number, i.e., “OEOPR 22–1.007–3.”
should be reviewed upon receipts, so that