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these CPR volumes contain the DAR numbering system thich differs substantially from standard CPR numbering. Por a detailed explanation of the DAR numbering system, consult the explanatory note which begins on page vii of each of the three volumes comprising 32 CFR Parts 1-39, November 1, 1975 edition.)

PAGINATION

Each of the three volumes is individually paginated. The page number is centered at the bottom of each page.

The following information should be of use to those users who are familiar with DAR replacement page technique for updating the regulations. The upper left corner (for even pages) and the upper right corner (for odd pages) contains pagination information for each section of the DAR. These page identifiers begin numbering anew with each section. A typical reference might be “3: 178." The number to the left of the colon refers to the DAR section. In this case the "3" refers to DAR section III. The number to the right of the colon refers to the page of that DAR section. Thus, the reference 3: 178 indicates that the user has the 178th page of DAR section III. Amendments to the July 1976 edition are reflected by a DPC or DAC reference at the top of the page and a vertical line in the side margin of the page.

TABLE OF DAR SECTIONS AND PARTS

Each volume has a table of contents listing all the DAR sections and parts contained in the three volumes. This table of DAR Sections and Parts begins on page ix of each volume.

Each of the three volumes also has a table of contents listing the DAR sections (or Appendices) contained in that particular volume and the page where each section (or Appendix) begins. This table appears on page 3 of each volume.

APPENDICES

Users of the DAR will note that former 32 CFR Part 30 was broken down into Appendices A through Q. Appendices F, G, J, L, N, O, P, and Q had no previous equivalent in earlier CFR editions. Consistent with its policies regarding publication of tabulated blank forms, the Office of the Federal Register is not reproducing the forms published in Appendix F-Illustrations of Standard and Department of Defense Forms. This edition of Appendix F will not contain the text of any form. Instead, Appendix F will consist to a list of forms. The Office of the Federal Register is also omitting Appendices N and O. Appendix N is a list of activity address numbers and Appendix O reprints the Cost Accounting Standards Board regulations which are codified in 4 CFR Chapter III.

INDEX

An index to the DAR is located at the end of Title 32, Parts 1-39, Volume III, of the 1979 edition. DPCs 76-1 through 76-14 and DACs 76-15 through 76-19 have not been indexed. Entries are by subject matter and references are to DAR section and paragraph.

For this volume Donna Rickett was Chief Editor. The Code of Federal Regulations publication program is under the direction of Martha B. Girard, assisted by Robert E. Jordan.

NOTE: Since the DAR have been incorporated directly into the Code of Federal Regulations, the volumes themselves are the sole permanent source of research material. Subscribers may wish to retain these volumes for their future use.

TABLE OF SECTIONS AND PARTS

Section 1-General Provisions
Part 1-Introduction.
Part 2-Definition of Terms.
Part 3-General Policies.
Part 4-Procurement Responsibility and Authority.
Part 5-Contingent or Other Fees.
Part 6-Debarment, Ineligibility, and Suspension.
Part 7-Small Business Concerns.
Part 8-Labor Surplus Area Concerns.
Part 9-Responsible Prospective Contractors.
Part 10— Publicizing Procurement Actions.
Part 11-Qualified Products.
Part 12-Specifications, Plans, and Drawings.
Part 13–Reserved.
Part 14—Transportation by Ocean Carriers.
Part 15-Options.
Part 16–Reserved.
Part 17–Value Engineering.
Part 18—Post-Award Orientation of Contractors.
Part 19–First Article Approval.
Part 20—Limitation of Cost or Funds Under Cost Type Contracts.
Part 21-Procurement Planning.
Part 22-Industrial Preparedness Production Planning.
Part 23-Environmental Protection.

Section II – Procurement by Formal Advertising
Part 1-Use of Formal Advertising.
Part 2-Solicitation of Bids.
Part 3--Submission of Bids.
Part 4-Opening of Bids and Award of Contract.
Part 5-Two-Step Formal Advertising.

Section III – Procurement by Negotiation
Part 1-Use of Negotiation.
Part 2-Circumstances Permitting Negotiation.
Part 3-Determinations and Findings.
Part 4-Types of Contracts.
Part 5-Solicitations of Proposals and Quotations.
Part 6-Small Purchase and Other Simplified Purchase Procedures.
Part 1–Negotiated Overhead Rates.

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Part 8-Price Negotiation Policies and Techniques.
Part 9-Make-or-Buy Programs Policies and Procedures.
Part 10–Contractor's Weighted Average Share in Cost Risk (CWAS).
Part 11 -Acquisition of Automatic Data Processing Equipment.
Part 12-Cost Accounting Standards.

Section IV-Special Types and Methods of Procurement
Part 1-Procurement of Research and Development.
Part 2- Exchange or Sale of Personal Property.
Part 3–Contracts With Requirements for Provisioned Items.
Part 4-Rental of Motor Vehicles.
Part 5-Reserved.
Part 6-Procurement of Livestock Products.
Part 1-Leader Company Procurement.
Part 8-Paid Advertisements.

Section V-Interdepartmental and Coordinated Procurement
Part 1-Procurement Under General Supply Schedule Contracts.
Part 2-Procurement From General Services Administration Sources.
Part 3-Reserved.
Part 4-Procurement From Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
Part 5-Procurement From the Blind and Other Severely Handicapped.
Part 6–Procurement of Printing and Related Supplies.
Part 7-Procurement Under the Economy Act.
Part 8-Procurement of Utility Services Using GSA Area Contracts.
Part 9-Use of GSA Supply Sources by Prime Contractors.
Part 10-Procurement for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Part 11-Coordinated Procurement.
Part 12-Commodity Assignments.

Section VI– Foreign Purchases
Part 1-Buy American Act-Supply and Service Contracts.
Part 2-Buy American Act - Construction Contracts.
Part 3-Appropriation Act Restrictions.
Part 4-Purchases from Rhodesia and Certain Communist Areas.
Part 5-Canadian Purchases.
Part 6–Duty and Customs.
Part 7-Military Assistance Program Procurements.
Part 8-Balance of Payments Program.
Part 9- International Agreements and Coordination.
Part 10--Exclusion of the Examination of Records Clause.
Part 11-Use of United States-Owned Foreign Currency for Payments.
Part 12-Use of Local Currency In Payment Of Foreign Contracts.

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Section VII—Contract Clauses and Solicitation Provisions
Part 1-Clauses for Fixed-Price Supply Contracts.
Part 2-Clauses for Cost-Reimbursement Type Supply Contracts.
Part 3-Clauses for Fixed-Price Research and Development Contracts.
Part 4-Clauses for Cost-Reimbursement Type Research and Development

Contracts.
Part 5-Clauses for Personal Services Contracts.
Part 6-Clauses for Construction and Architect-Engineer Contracts.
Part 7-Clauses for Facilities Contracts.
Part 8-Clauses for Letter Contracts.
Part 9-Clauses for Time and Material and Labor Hour Contracts.
Part 10–Clauses for Stevedoring Contracts.
Part 11-Clauses for Indefinite Delivery Type Contracts.
Part 12-Clauses for Mortuary Services Contracts.
Part 13–Clauses for Bakery and Dairy Products Contracts.
Part 14-Clauses for Laundry and Dry Cleaning Contracts.
Part 15—Clauses for Contracts for Rental of Motor Vehicles.
Part 16–Clauses for Shipment or Storage of Personal Property Contracts.
Part 17-Clauses for Communication Service Contracts.
Part 18–Clauses for Refuse Service Contracts.
Part 19–Clauses for Service Contracts.
Part 20—Contract Clauses and Solicitation Provisions.

Section VIII — Termination of Contracts
Part 1-Definition of Terms.
Part 2-General Principles.
Part 3–Additional Principles Applicable to Fixed-Price Type Contracts.
Part 4–Additional Principles for Cost-Reimbursement Type Contracts.
Part 5-Reserved.
Part 6—Termination for Default.
Part 7-Clauses.
Part 8-Forms.

Section IX-Patents, Data, and Copyrights
Part 1-Patents.
Part 2–Rights in Technical and Other Data and Copyrights.
Part 3-Foreign License and Technical Assistance Agreements.
Part 4–Processing Licenses, Assignments, and Infringement Claims.
Part 5-Acquisition of Technical Data and Computer Software.
Part 6-Rights in Computer Software Acquired Under Contract.

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Section X-Bonds, Insurance, and Indemnification
Part 1-Bonds.
Part 2~Sureties.
Part 3-Insurance-General.
Part 4–Insurance Under Fixed-Price Contracts.
Part 5-Insurance Under Cost-Reimbursement Type Contracts.
Part 6-Special Casualty Insurance Rating Plan.
Part 7-Indemnification of Contractors and Subcontractors.

Section XI–Taxes
Part 1 - Federal Excise Taxes.
Part 2-Exemptions From Federal Excise Taxes.
Part 3-State and Local Taxes.
Part 4-Contract Clauses.
Part 5–Tax Exemption Forms.

Section XII-Contractor Industrial Labor Relations
Part 1-Basic Labor Policies.
Part 2–Convict Labor.
Part 3–Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (Other Than Construc-

tion Contracts).
Part 4-Labor Standards in Construction Contracts.
Part 5–Safety and Health Regulations for Ship Repairing and Shipbuilding.
Part 6-Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act.
Part 7_Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
Part 8-Equal Employment Opportunity.
Part 9-Nondiscrimination Because of Age.
Part 10–Service Contract Act of 1965.
Part 11-Meeting Manpower Requirements.
Part 12–Reserved.
Part 13–Employment of the Handicapped.

Section XIII - Government Property
Part 1-General.
Part 2–Material.
Part 3—Providing Government Property to Contractors.
Part 4-Use and Rental of Government Property.
Part 5-Competitive Advantage.
Part 6-Administration of Government Property.
Part 7-Contract Clauses, Government Property.
Part 8-Administrative Practices.

Section XIV-Procurement Quality Assurance
Part 1-General.
Part 2- Responsibilities of Government Organizations.
Part 3-Contract Provisions.
Part 4-Government Procurement Quality Assurance Actions.
Part 5-Contract Administration of Special Commodities.
Part 6–Other Agencies, Governments, and Organizations.

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