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2348. 2349. 2349a. 2350.
Limitation on amounts that may be obligated or accrued by the United
SUBCHAPTER II—OTHER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS
2350c. 2350d. 2350e.
Cooperative research and development agreements: NATO organizations;
allied and friendly foreign countries.
authority of Secretary of Defense.
foreign countries in connection with mutual defense agreements and
occupational arrangements. Memorandums of agreement: Department of Defense ombudsman for
foreign signatories. Foreign contributions for cooperative projects. Burden sharing contributions by designated countries and regional
organizations. Relocation within host nation of elements of armed forces overseas. Cooperative agreements for reciprocal use of test facilities: foreign countries and international organizations.
CHAPTER 139_RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Availability of appropriations.
tion of science and technology to higher levels of research, development,
test, and evaluation.
testing required before full-scale production.
between near-term and other threats.
Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980.
payments to contractors.
2373. Procurement for experimental purposes. 2374. Merit-based award of grants for research and development. 2374a. Prizes for advanced technology achievements. 2374b. Prizes for achievements in promoting science, mathematics, engineering,
or technology education.
CHAPTER 140—PROCUREMENT OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS Sec. 2375. Relationship of commercial item provisions to other provisions of law. 2376. Definitions. 2377. Preference for acquisition of commercial items. 2378. Procurement of copier paper containing specified percentages of post-con
sumer recycled content.
CHAPTER 141_MISCELLANEOUS PROCUREMENT PROVISIONS Sec. 2381. Contracts: regulations for bids. [2382. Repealed.] [2383. Repealed.) 2384. Supplies: identification of supplier and sources. 2384a. Supplies: economic order quantities. 2385. Arms and ammunition: immunity from taxation. 2386. Copyrights, patents, designs, etc.; acquisition. 2387. Procurement of table and kitchen equipment for officers' quarters:
limitation on. 2388. Liquid fuels and natural gas: contracts for storage, handling, or
distribution. 2389. Ensuring safety regarding insensitive munitions. 2390. Prohibition on the sale of certain defense articles from the stocks of the
Department of Defense. 2391. Military base reuse studies and community planning assistance. 2392. Prohibition on use of funds to relieve economic dislocations. 2393. Prohibition against doing business with certain offerors or contractors. 2394. Contracts for energy or fuel for military installations. 2394a. Procurement of energy systems using renewable forms of energy: 2395. Availability of appropriations for procurement of technical military
equipment and supplies. 2396.. Advances for payments for compliance with foreign laws, rent in foreign
countries, tuition, public utility services, and pay and supplies of armed
forces of friendly foreign countries. [2397. Repealed.) [2397a. Repealed.) [2397b. Repealed.] (2397c. Repealed.] 2398. Procurement of gasohol as motor vehicle fuel. 2399. Operational test and evaluation of defense acquisition programs. 2400. Low-rate initial production of new systems. 2401. Requirement for authorization by law of certain contracts relating to ves
sels and aircraft. 2401a. Lease of vehicles, equipment, vessels, and aircraft. 2402. Prohibition of contractors limiting subcontractor sales directly to the
United States. [2403. Repealed.] 2404. Acquisition of certain fuel sources: authority to waive contract procedures;
acquisition by exchange; sales authority. [2405. Repealed.] [2406. Repealed.] [2407. Transferred.] 2408. Prohibition on persons convicted of defense-contract related felonies and
related criminal penalty on defense contractors. 2409. Contractor employees: protection from reprisal for disclosure of certain
information. [2409a. Repealed. ) 2410. Requests for equitable adjustment or other relief: certification. 2410a. Severable service contracts for periods crossing fiscal years. 2410b.
Contractor inventory accounting systems: standards. 2410c. Preference for energy efficient electric equipment.
2410d. Subcontracting plans: credit for certain purchases. [2410e. Repealed.] 2410f. Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of “Made in America”
labels. 2410g. Advance notification of contract performance outside the United States. [2410h. Transferred and redesignated as $ 1747. P.L. 107–314, § 1062(a)(10)(B),
Dec. 2, 2002, 116 Stat. 2525] 2410i. Prohibition on contracting with entities that comply with the secondary
Arab boycott of Israel. 2410j. Displaced contractor employees: assistance to obtain certification and
employment as teachers or employment as teachers' aides. 2410k. Defense contractors: listing of suitable employment openings with local
employment service office. 24101. Contracts for advisory and assistance services: cost comparison studies. 2410m. Retention of amounts collected from contractor during the pendency of
contract dispute. 2410n. Products of Federal Prison Industries: procedural requirements. 24100. Multiyear procurement authority: purchase of dinitrogen tetroxide, hydra
zine, and hydrazine-related products.
CHAPTER 142-PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE COOPERATIVE
AGREEMENT PROGRAM Sec. 2411. Definitions. 2412. Purposes. 2413. Cooperative agreements. 2414. Limitation. 2415. Distribution. 2416. Subcontractor information. 2417. Administrative costs. 2418. Authority to provide certain types of technical assistance. 2419. Regulations.
CHAPTER 143–PRODUCTION BY MILITARY AGENCIES
Sec. 2421. 2422. 2423.
Plantations and farms: operation, maintenance, and improvement.
the Navy Resale and Service Support Office.
CHAPTER 144—MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAMS Sec. 2430. Major defense acquisition program defined. 2431. Weapons development and procurement schedules. 2432. Selected Acquisition Reports. 2433. Unit cost reports. 2434. Independent cost estimates; operational manpower requirements. 2435. Baseline description. [2436–2439. Repealed.) 2440. Technology and Industrial Base Plans.
CHAPTER 145—CATALOGING AND STANDARDIZATION
Defense supply management.
CHAPTER 146–CONTRACTING FOR PERFORMANCE OF CIVILIAN
COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL TYPE FUNCTIONS Sec. 2460. Definition of depot-level maintenance and repair. 2461. Commercial or industrial type functions: required studies and reports
before conversion to contractor performance. 246la. Development of system for monitoring cost savings resulting from work
force reductions. 2462. Contracting for certain supplies and services required when cost is lower. 2463. Collection and retention of cost information data on converted services and
functions. 2464. Core logistics capabilities. 2465. Prohibition on contracts for performance of firefighting or security-guard
functions. 2466. Limitations on the performance of depot-level maintenance of materiel. 2467. Cost comparisons: inclusion of retirement costs; consultation with employ
ees; waiver of comparison. [2468. Repealed.] 2469. Contracts to perform workloads previously performed by depot-level activi
ties of the Department of Defense: requirement of competition. [2469a. Repealed.] 2470. Depot-level activities of the Department of Defense: authority to compete
for maintenance and repair workloads of other Federal agencies. [2471. Repealed.] 2472. Management of depot employees. 2473. Procurements from the small arms production industrial base. 2474. Centers of Industrial and Technical Excellence: designation; public-private
partnerships. 2475. Consolidation, restructuring, or reengineering of organizations, functions,
or activities: notification requirements. CHAPTER 147—COMMISSARIES AND EXCHANGES AND OTHER MORALE,
WELFARE, AND RECREATION ACTIVITIES Sec. [2481. Transferred.] 2482. Commissary stores: operation. 2482a. Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: contracts with other agencies
and instrumentalities to provide and obtain goods and services. 2483. Commissary stores: reimbursement for use of commissary facilities by
military departments. 2484. Commissary stores: use of appropriated funds to cover operating expenses. 2485. Donation of unusable food: commissary stores and other activities. 2486. Commissary stores: merchandise that may be sold; uniform surcharges
and pricing. 2487. Commissary stores: release of certain commercially valuable information
to the public. 2488. Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: purchase of alcoholic beverages. 2489. Overseas package stores: treatment of United States wines. 2489a. Sale or rental of sexually explicit material prohibited. [2490. Transferred.] 2490a. Combined exchange and commissary stores. 2492. Overseas commissary and exchange stores: access and purchase restric
tions. 2493. Fisher Houses: administration as nonappropriated fund instrumentality. 2494. Uniform funding and management of morale, welfare, and recreation pro
grams. CHAPTER 148–NATIONAL DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL
BASE, DEFENSE REINVESTMENT, AND DEFENSE CONVERSION Subchapter
Sec. I. Definitions
2500 II. Policies and Planning
2501 III. Programs for Development, Application, and Support of Dual-Use Technologies
2511 IV. Manufacturing Technology
2521 V. Miscellaneous Technology Base Policies and Programs
VI. Defense Export Loan Guarantees
SUBCHAPTER II—POLICIES AND PLANNING Sec. 2501. National security objectives concerning national technology and industrial
base. 2502. National Defense Technology and Industrial Base Council. 2503. National defense program for analysis of the technology and industrial
base. 2504. Annual report to Congress. 2505. National technology and industrial base: periodic defense capability as
sessments. 2506. Department of Defense technology and industrial base policy guidance. 2507. Data collection authority of President. SUBCHAPTER III—PROGRAMS FOR DEVELOPMENT, APPLICATION, AND SUPPORT OF
DUAL-USE TECHNOLOGIES Sec. 2511. Defense dual-use critical technology program. [2512. Repealed.] [2513. Repealed.] 2514. Encouragement of technology transfer. 2515. Office of Technology Transition. [2516. Repealed.] 2517. Office for Foreign Defense Critical Technology Monitoring and Assessment. 2518. Overseas foreign critical technology monitoring and assessment financial
assistance program. 2519. Federal Defense Laboratory Diversification Program. [2520. Repealed.]
SUBCHAPTER IV–MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Sec. 2521. Manufacturing Technology Program. 2522. Armament retooling and manufacturing.
SUBCHAPTER V-MISCELLANEOUS TECHNOLOGY BASE POLICIES AND PROGRAMS Sec. 2531. Defense memoranda of understanding and related agreements. 2532. Offset policy; notification. 2533. Determinations of public interest under the Buy American Act. 2533a. Requirement to buy certain articles from American sources; exceptions. 2534. Miscellaneous limitations on the procurement of goods other than United
States goods. 2535. Defense Industrial Reserve. 2536. Award of certain contracts to entities controlled by a foreign government:
prohibition. 2537. Improved national defense control of technology diversions overseas. 2538. Industrial mobilization: orders; priorities; possession of manufacturing
plants; violations. 2539. Industrial mobilization: plants; lists. 2539a. Industrial mobilization: Board on Mobilization of Industries Essential for
Military Preparedness. 2539b. Availability of samples, drawings, information, equipment, materials, and
SUBCHAPTER VI—DEFENSE EXPORT LOAN GUARANTEES Sec. 2540. Establishment of loan guarantee program. 2540a. Transferability. 2540b. Limitations.