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CHAPTER OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

(This book contains Parts 1–39, the Armed Services Procurement Regulations)

SUBCHAPTER A-ARMED SERVICES PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS

Part
1 General provisions.
2 Procurement by formal advertising.
3 Procurement by negotiation.
4 Special types and methods of procurement.
5 Interdepartmental and coordinated procurement.
6 Foreign purchases.
7 Contract clauses.
8 Termination of contracts.
9 Patents, data, and copyrights.
10

Bonds, insurance, and indemnification.
11 Federal, State and local taxes.
12 Labor.
13 Government property.
14 Inspection and acceptance.
15 Contract cost principles and procedures.
16 Procurement forms.
17 Extraordinary contractual actions to facilitate the national defense.
30 Appendixes to Armed Services Procurement Regulations.

Cross REFERENCE: For table of contents, Subchapters B_P, see volume containing Parts 40 to 399.

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Subpart A Introduction Sec. 1.100 Scope of subpart. 1.101 Purpose of subchapter. 1.102 Applicability of subchapter. 1.103 Arrangement of subchapter. 1.103-1 General plan. 1.103-5 Dating contract clauses. 1.104 Content of subchapter. 1.105 Amendment of subchapter. 1.106 Other Department of Defense

publications. 1.106-1 Department of Defense Directives,

Instructions, and Circulars. 1.106-2 Defense Procurement Circular. 1.107 Dissemination and effective date

of the regulations and revisions. 1.108 Departmental Procurement In

structions and ASPR Implemen

tations. 1.109 Deviations from this subchapter

and Department of Defense pub

lications governing procurement. 1.109-1 Applicability. 1.109-2 Deviations affecting one contract

or transaction. 1.109-3 Deviations affecting more than one

contract or contractor. 1.1094 Deviations required by Govern

ment-to-Government agree

ments. 1.109-5 Request for approval of proposed

deviation, 1.110 Reports of purchases and con

tracts. 1.111 Reports of suspected criminal con

duct and non-competitive prac

tices. 1.111-1 Suspected criminal conduct. 1.111-2 Non-competitive practices. 1.112 Federal procurement regulations

and General Services Administration regulations relating to procurement of supplies and

services. 1.113 Code of conduct. 1.113-1 Government personnel. 1.113-2 Organizational conflicts of inter

est. 1.114

Reporting of identical bids. 1.115 Noncollusive bids and proposals.

Subpart B-Definitions of Terms 1.201 Definitions. 1.201-1 Change order. 1.201-2 Contract modification. 1.201-3 Contracting officer. 1.201-4 Contracts. 1.201-5 Department and Military Depart

ment. 1.201-6 Department of Defense. 1.201-7 Head of a procuring activity. 1.201-8 Includes. 1.201-9 Labor surplus area concern.

Sec.
1.201-10 May.
1.201-11 Negotiate and negotiation.
1.201-12 Possessions.
1.201-13 Procurement.
1.201-14 Procuring activity.
1.201-15 Secretary.
1.201-16 Shall.
1.201-17 Small business concerns.
1.201-18 Supplemental agreement.
1.201-19 Supplies.
1.201-20 United States.
1.201-21 Construction.
1.201-22 Classified procurement.
1.201-23 Designee.
1.201-24 Contract Administration Office.

Subpart CGeneral Policies 1.300 Methods of procurement. 1.300-1 Competition. 1.300-2 Formal advertising. 1.300-3 Negotiation. 1.301 Interdepartmental and coordinated

procurement. 1.302 Sources of supplies and services. 1.302-1 Existing Government assets. 1.302-2 Sources outside the Government. 1.302-3 Production and reasearch and de

velopment pools. 1.302-4 Foreign purchases. 1.302-5 Planned emergency producer. 1.302–6 Contracts between the Govern

ment and its employees or business organizations substantially owned or controlled by Govern

ment employees. 1.303 Exchange of purchase information. 1.304 Selection of items involving pro

prietary data or other restrictive

factors. 1.305 Time of delivery or performance. 1.305--1 Scope. 1.305–2 General. 1.305-3 Terms. 1.3044 Time of delivery clauses. 1.306 Approval signatures. 1.307 Priorities, allocations and allot

ments. 1.307-1 General. 1.307-2 Required use of priorities, alloca

tions and allotment clause. 1.308 Records of contract actions. 1.309 Solicitations for informational or

planning purposes. 1.310 Liquidated damages. 1.311 “Buying In." 1.312 Voluntary refunds. 1.313 Procurement of parts. 1.314 Contracting officer's decision under

the Disputes clause. 1.315 Procurement of jewel bearings. 1.316 Disclosure of contractor perform

ance data to other Government agencies and foreign gov

ernments. 1 817 Rental in lieu of purchase.

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Subpart Debarred, Ineligible, and Suspended 1.318 Contracts conditioned upon the

Bidders availability of funds.

Sec. 1319 Renegotiation performance reports. 1.600 Scope of subpart. 1.320 Industrial security.

1.601 Establishment and maintenance 1.321 Procurements involving work to be

of a list of firms or individuals performed in foreign countries.

debarred or ineligible. 1.322 Multi-year procurement.

1.601-1 General. 1.322-1 General.

1.601-2 Information contained in depart1.322-2 Procedure.

mental lists. 1.322-3 Evaluation.

1.601-3 Joint consolidated list. 1.322-4 Clauses.

1.601-4 Protection of lists. 1.323 Procurement of natural rubber for 1.602 Limitation.

aircraft tires, tubes, tire recap- 1.603 Grounds for listing and treatment ping, and recapping materials.

to be accorded listed concerns. 1.324 Warranties.

1.604 Causes and conditions under 1.3241 General.

which departments may debar 1.3242 Policy.

contractors. 1.324-3 Determination to use a warranty. 1.604-1 Causes for debarment. 1.3244 Scope of warranty clause.

1.604-2 Period and scope of debarment. 1.3245 Pricing aspects of fixed-price in- 1.604-3 Notice of debarment. centive contract warranty pro

1.605 Suspension of bidders. visions.

1.605-1 Causes and conditions under which 1.324-6 Warranty clauses.

departments may suspend con

tractors. Subpart D—Procurement Responsibility and 1.605-2 Period and scope of suspension. Authority

1.605-3 Restrictions during period of sus1.400 Scope of subpart.

pension. 1.401

1.605-4 Responsibility of each procuring

Notice of suspension.

1.606 activity.

Limited debarment or suspension. 1.402 General authority of contracting

1.607 Interchange of debarment inforofficers.

mation. 1.403

1.608 Requirements to be met before

[Reserved]

1.609 entering into contracts.

Procurement outside the United 1.404

States.
Special requirements to be met
before entering into negotiated

1.609-1 Responsibilities and area coverage. contracts.

1.609-2 Information contained on overseas

lists. Subpart E-Contingent or Other Fees

1.609-3 Protection of lists.

1.609-4 Maintenance and distribution of 1.500 Scope of subpart. 1.502

lists. Applicability. 1.503

1.609-5 Covenant against contingent fees

(Reserved)

1.609-6 Basis of addition of firms and indiclause. 1.504

viduals on lists. Improper influence. 1.505

1.609-7 Treatment to be accorded firms or General principles and standards applicable to the covenant.

individuals in debarred or in1.505-1 Contingent character of the fee.

eligible status. 1.505-2

1.609-8 Causes and conditions under which Exceptions to the prohibition of the covenant.

unified commanders may place 1.505-3 Bona fide employee.

names on the consolidated list. 1.505-4 Bona fide established commercial

1.609-9 Liaison with United States diplo

matic missions.
or selling agency maintained by
the Contractor for the purpose

1.610 Use of lists.
of securing business.

Subpart G-Small Business Concerns 1.505-5 Fees for information. 1.506

Representation and agreement re- 1.700 Scope of subpart.

quired from prospective contrac- 1.701 Definitions.
tors.

1.701-1 Small business concern. 1.506-1 Interpretation of the representa- 1.701-2 Established supplier. tion.

1.701-3 Potential supplier. 1.507 Use of Standard Form 119.

1.701-4 Manufacturing industry employ1.507-1 Statement in lieu of form.

ment size standards. 1.507-2 Exceptions.

1.702 General policy. 1.508 Enforcement.

1.703 1.508-1

Determination of status as small Failure or refusal to furnish Stand

business concern.
ard Form 119.
1.508-2

1.704 Small business officials.
Misrepresentations or violations of
the covenant against contingent

1.704-1 Director for small business.
fees.

1.704-2 Departmental small business adPreservation of records.

visors.

1.509

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