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Subpart 1-1.6-Debarred, Suspended, and

Ineligible Bidders


1-1.600 Scope of subpart.

1-1.601 General.

1-1.601-1 Definitions.

1-1.602 Establishment and maintenance

of list of concerns or individ-

uals debarred, suspended, or

declared ineligible.

1-1.602-1 Bases for entry on the debarred,

suspended and ineligible list.

1-1.603 Treatment to be accorded firms

or individuals in debarred,

suspended, or ineligible status.

1-1.604 Causes and conditions applicable

to determination of debarment

by an executive agency.

1-1.604-1 Procedural requirements relat-

ing to the imposition of de-


1-1.605 Suspension of bidders.

1-1.605-1 Causes and conditions under

which executive agencies may

suspend contractors.

1-1.605-2 Period and scope of suspension.

1-1.605-3 Restrictions during period of


1-1.605-4 Notice of suspension.

1-1.606 Agency procedure.

1-1.607 General Services Administration


Subpart 1-1.7—Small Business Concerns

1-1.700 General.

1-1.701 Definitions.

1-1.701-1 Small business concern (for Gov-

ernment procurement).

1-1.701-2 Affiliates.

1-1.701-3 Dominance in field of operation.

1-1.701-4 Small business Government sub-


1-1.701-5 Number of employees.

1-1.701-6 Industry.

1-1.701-7 Certificate of competency.

1-1.701-8 Set-aside for small buisness.

1-1.701-9 Small business restricted adver-


1-1.701-10 Base maintenance.

1-1.702 Small business policies.

1-1.703 Determination of status


small business concern.

1-1.703-1 Representation by bidder or of-


1-1.703-2 Protest regarding small business


1-1.704 Agency program direction and

operation. [Reserved for use

by individual agencies]

1-1.705 Cooperation with the Small

Business Administration.

1-1.705-1 General.

1-1.705-2 SBA representatives.

1-1.705-3 Screening of procurements.

1-1.705-4 Access to information.

1-1.705-5 Joint small business set-asides.

1-1.705–6 Certificates of competency.

1-1.705–7 Performance of contract by SBA.

1-1.706 Procurement set-asides for small



1-1.1803-5 Conference procedure.
1-1.1804 Subcontract conferences.
1-1.1805 Reports.
1-1.1806 Postaward letters.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 1-1 issued under sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390; 40 U.S.C. 486 (c).

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 1-1 appear at 29 F.R. 10104, July 24, 1964, unless otherwise noted. § 1-1.000 Scope of part.

This part sets forth policies and procedures concerning: the Federal Procurement Regulations System; definition of terms used throughout this chapter; general policies of procurement; contingent fees; debarred and ineligible bidders; small business concerns; labor surplus area concerns; reporting possible antitrust violations; publicizing procurement actions; and qualified products.

Subpart 1-1.0—Regulation System § 1-1.001 Scope of subpart.

This subpart sets forth introductory information pertaining to the Federal Procurement Regulations System; its purpose, authority, applicability, issuance, arangement, implementation, and deviation procedure. § 1-1.002 Purpose.

This subpart establishes the Federal Procurement Regulations System for the codification and publication of uniform policies and procedures applicable to Federal agencies in the procurement of personal property and nonpersonal services (including construction) and the procurement of real property by lease, except as limited by the provisions of § 1-1.004. The system includes regulations prescribed by the Administrator of General Services, called the Federal Procurement Regulations (FPR), as well as individual agency procurement regulations which implement and supplement the FPR. (30 F.R. 8217, June 26, 1965) § 1-1.003 Authority,

The Federal Procurement Regulations System is prescribed by the Administrator of General Services under the Federal Property and Administrative Seryices Act of 1949, as amended, and the FPR are developed in cooperation with the procurement agencies and are issued

by him under the Act or other authority specially cited. § 1-1.004 Applicability.

Federal Procurement Regulations apply to all Federal agencies to the extent specified in the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, or in other law. Except for standard Government forms and clauses, Federal Specifications and Standards, and except as directed by the President, Congress, or other authority, these Regulations are not made manadatory on the Department of Defense. Therefore, the extent of their implementation within the Department of Defense and participation in the System will be determined by that Department. The Regulations apply to procurements made within and outside the United States unless otherwise specified. § 1-1.004–1 Leases of real property.

The FPR apply to leases of real property only to the extent explicity stated in specific FPR provisions. Suparts l1.0 and 1-1.2 apply to leases of real property. (30 F.R. 8217, June 26, 1965) § 1-1.005 Exclusions.

Certain Governmentwide policies and procedures which come within the scope of this chapter nevertheless may be excluded from Federal Procurement Regulations. These exclusions include the following categories:

(a) Subject matter which bears a security classification.

(b) Policy or procedure which is expected to be effective for a period of less than six months.

(c) Policy or procedure which is being instituted on a experimental basis for a reasonable period. § 1-1.006 Issuance. § 1-1.006–1 Code arrangement.

Federal Procurement Regulations are issued in the Code of Federal Regulations as Chapter I of Title 41, Public Contracts. Succeeding chapters of Title 41 are devoted to implementing and supplementing material developed and issued by particular Federal agencies to govern their procurement activities, as well as regulations of general application to procurement agencies issued by other Federal regulatory agencies, such as the


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