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Subpart 101-1.49-Illustrations of Forms

101–1.4900 Scope of subpart. 101–1.4901 Standard forms. [Reserved] 101-1.4902 GSA forms. 101–1.4902–2053 GSA Form 2053, Agency Con

solidated Requirements for GSA Regulations and Other External Issuances.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390; 40 U.S.C. 486(C).

(a) FPMR temporary regulations are authorized for publication when time or exceptional circumstances will not permit promulgation of an amendment to the Code of Federal Regulations and if the regulation will be effective for a period of 12 months or less except as provided in $101–1.103(b), below. These temporary regulations will be codified before the designated expiration date or their effective date will be extended if it is determined that conversion to permanent form cannot be accomplished within the specified time frame.

(b) FPMR temporary regulations may have an effective period of up to 2 years when codification is not anticipated or is not considered practical.

SOURCE: 29 FR 13255, Sept. 24, 1964, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 101-11-Regulation

System

§ 101-1.100 Scope of subpart.

This subpart sets forth introductory material concerning the Federal Property Management Regulations System: its content, types, publication, authority, applicability, numbering, deviation procedure, as well as agency consultation, implementation, and supplementation.

[54 FR 37652, Sept. 12, 1989]

8 101-1.104 Publication and distribu

tion of FPMR.

$ 101-1.101 Federal Property Manage

ment Regulations System. The Federal Property Management Regulations System described in this subpart is established and shall be used

§ 101-1.104-1 Publication.

FPMR will be published in the FEDERAL REGISTER, in looseleaf form, and in accumulated form in the Code of Federal Regulations. Temporary-type FPMR will be published in the Notices

section of the FEDERAL REGISTER1 and in looseleaf form.

(36 FR 4983, Mar. 16, 1971)

§ 101-1.107 Agency consultation re

garding FPMR. FPMR are developed and prescribed in consultation with affected Federal agencies.

8 101-1.108 Agency implementation

and supplementation of FPMR. Chapters 102 through 150 of this title are available for agency implementation and supplementation of FPMR contained in chapter 101 of this title. Supplementation pertains to agency regulations in the subject matter of FPMR but not yet issued in chapter 101.

(54 FR 37652, Sept. 12, 1989)

g 101–1.104-2 Distribution.

(a) Each agency shall designate an official to serve as liaison with GSA on matters pertaining to the distribution of FPMR and other publications in the FPMR series. Agencies shall report all changes in designation of agency liaison officers to the General Services Administration (CAR), Washington, DC 20405.

(b) FPMR and other publications in the FPMR series will be distributed to agencies in bulk quantities for internal agency distribution in accordance with requirements information furnished by liaison officers. FPMR and other publications in the FPMR series will not be stocked by, and cannot be obtained from, GSA regional offices.

(c) Agencies shall submit their consolidated requirements for FPMR and other publications in the FPMR series, including requirements of field activities, and changes in such requirements on GSA Form 2053, Agency Consolidated Requirements for GSA Regulations and Other External Issuances (illustrated at 8101–1.4902-2053). The mailing address is shown on the form.

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[36 FR 4983, Mar. 16, 1971, as amended at 53 FR 2739, Feb. 1, 1988]

§ 101–1.105 Authority for FPMR Sys

tem. The FPMR system is prescribed by the Administrator of General Services under authority of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, 63 Stat. 377, as amended, and other laws and authorities specifically cited in the text.

(b) At the bottom of each page appears the number and date (month and year) of the FPMR amendment which transmitted it.

(c) Agency implementing regulations should conform to the FPMR section numbers, except for the substitution of the chapter designation of the agency. Agency supplementing regulations should be numbered “50” or higher for section, subpart, or part as may be involved.

(54 FR 37652, Sept. 12, 1989)

g 101-1.106 Applicability of FPMR.

The FPMR apply to all Federal agencies to the extent specified in the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 or other applicable law.

8 101-1.110 Deviation.

1 EDITORIAL NOTE: FPMR temporary regulations are published in the Rules and Regulations section of the FEDERAL REGISTER and, if in effect on the revision date of the Code of Federal Regulations volume, in the appendixes to the subchapters in 41 CFR chapter 101.

(a) In the interest of establishing and maintaining uniformity to the greatest extent feasible, deviations; i.e., the use of any policy or procedure in any manner that is inconsistent with a policy or procedure prescribed in the Federal Property Management Regulations, are prohibited unless such deviations have been requested from the approved by

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the Administrator of General Services or his authorized designee. Deviations may be authorized by the Administrator of General Services or his authorized designee when so doing will be in the best interest of the Government. Request for deviations shall clearly state the nature of the deviation and the reasons for such special action.

(b) Requests for deviations from the FPMR shall be sent to the General Services Administration for consideration in accordance with the following:

(1) For onetime (individual) deviations, requests shall be sent to the address provided in the applicable regulation. Lacking such direction, requests shall be sent to the Administrator of General Services, Washington, DC 20405.

(2) For class deviations, requests shall be sent to only the Administrator of General Services.

§ 101-1.4901 Standard

served)

8 101-1.4902 GSA forms.

(a) The GSA forms are illustrated in this section to show their text, format, and arrangement and to provide a ready source of reference. The subsection numbers in this section correspond with the GSA numbers.

(b) GSA forms illustrated in $ 101– 1.4902 may be obtained by addressing requests to the General Services Administration, National Forms and Publications Center-7 CAR-W, Warehouse 4, Dock No. 1, 501 West Felix Street, Forth Worth, TX 76115.

(54 FR 37652, Sept. 12, 1989)

§ 101-1.111 Retention of FPMR amend.

ments.

[36 FR 4984, Mar. 16, 1971, as amended at 53 FR 2739, Feb. 1, 1988)

Retention of FPMR amendments and removed pages will provide a history of FPMR issuances and facilitate determining which regulations were in effect at particular times.

$ 101–1.4902–2053 GSA Form 2053,

Agency Consolidated Requirements for GSA Regulations and Other Ex. ternal Issuances.

(39 FR 40952, Nov. 22, 1974)

NOTE: The form listed in $ 101–1.4902–2053 is filed as part of the original document. Copies of the form may be obtained from the General Services Administration (3BRD), Washington, DC 20407.

or

(36 FR 4984, Mar. 16, 1971)

§ 101–1.112 Change lines.

(a) Single-column format: Vertical lines in the right margin of a page indicate material changed, deleted, added by the FPMR amendment cited at the bottom of that page. Where insertion of new material results in shifting of unchanged material on following pages, no vertical lines will appear on such pages but the FPMR amendment transmitting such new pages will be cited at the bottom of each page.

(b) Double-column format: Arrows printed in the margin of a page indicated material changed, deleted, or added by the FPMR amendment cited at the bottom of that page.

PART 101-2_PAYMENTS TO GSA

FOR SUPPLIES AND SERVICES FURNISHED

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Subpart 101-2.1-Billings, Payments, and

Adjustments

(54 FR 37652, Sept. 12, 1989)

Sec. 101–2.100 Scope of subpart. 101-2.101 Background. 101–2.102 Billing procedures. 101–2.103 SIBAC payment procedures. 101–2.104 SIBAC chargeback procedures. 101-2.105 Non-SĪBAC payment procedures. 101-2.106 Adjustments. 101-2.107 Statements of account.

Subparts 101-1.2-101-1.48

[Reserved]

Subpart 101-2.2-Advances

101–2.200 Scope of subpart. 101–2.201 Types of advances. 101-2.201-1 Advance of funds; insufficient

capital. 101–2.201–2 Advance for specific services. 101–2.201-3 Advance of funds; mutual agree

ment.

Subpart 101–2.49-Forms and Reports

101–2.4900 Scope of subpart. 101–2.4901 Standard forms. 101–2.4901–1080 Standard Form 1080, Voucher

for Transfer between Appropriations and

or Funds. 101–2.4901–1081 Standard Form 1081, Voucher

and Schedule of Withdrawals and Credits. 101-2.4902 GSA forms. 101–2.4902-740 GSA Form 740, Invoice for Job

Order Work. 101-2.4902–743 GSA Form 743, Invoice for

Rent. 101-2.4902–789 GSA Form 789, Statement,

Voucher, and Schedule of Withdrawals

and Credits. 101-2.4903 Treasury forms. 101–2.4903_7306 TFS Form 7306, Paid Billing

Statement for SIBAC Transactions.

Guidance of Federal Agencies, title 7, chapter 2, section 8.5, provides that billings from GSA shall be paid in accordance with regulations issued by GSA.

(c) In providing for goods or services for Government agencies, GSA must, under certain regulations, provide for payment of the procurement to the vendors for the agencies. The payments are made by GSA without confirmation of actual receipt of the goods or services by the agencies. These procedures are essential to comply with the payment terms and conditions of the purchase order or contract and to earn cash discounts. The payments are made by GSA from revolving funds which are reimbursed from the agencies' appropriations and funds in accordance with $ 101-2.103 or $ 101-2.105. The agency that ordered and received the goods or services is responsible for the voucher audit (matching of the purchase documents, evidence of receipt, and billing documents). If the receiving agency has not received the goods or services in accordance with purchase order or contract, it is the agency's responsibility to report the losses or discrepancies to GSA in accordance with $ 101–2.106 so that GSA may obtain credit from the vendor for overpayments. Credit to the ordering agency will be made by GSA in these cases based upon the report from the agency, and a claim will be placed by GSA against the carrier or vendor for recovery.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390; 40 U.S.C. 486(c).

SOURCE: 34 FR 8160, May 24, 1969, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 101-2.1-Billings, Payments, and Adjustments

8 101-2.100 Scope of subpart.

This subpart deals with the procedures and forms used by GSA in billing for supplies and services furnished Government agencies, and the procedures for payment and adjustment of these billings.

[34 FR 8160, May 24, 1969, as amended at 42 FR 55811, Oct. 19, 1977; 43 FR 21882, May 22, 1978]

are

8 101–2.101 Background.

(a) GSA provides supplies, equipment, services, space, communications, motor vehicles, printing, and other miscellaneous items for Government agencies on a reimbursable basis. These supplies and services are financed from revolving, management, or working funds, and reimbursement from agencies is obtained through periodic billings and collections intended to permit GSA to operate these programs with a minimum amount of appropriated capital.

(b) The General Accounting Office Policy and Procedures Manual for

g 101-2.102 Billing procedures. (a) Bills

rendered biweekly, monthly, or quarterly after the fact or in advance on approved billing forms, which are GSA Form 789, Statement, Voucher, and Schedule of Withdrawals and Credits, and Treasury TFS Form 7306, Paid Billing Statement for SIBAC Transactions (illustrated at S$ 101– 2.4902–789 and 101–2.4903–7306). Certification of such bills by GSA is not required. Except for those bills which are rendered in advance: bills for shipment from stock are rendered on the basis of drop from inventory, provided that notification of warehouse refusal or other advice of nonavailability has not been received from the depot prior to the

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