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Responsibility of the head of the procuring activity.
Requirements to be met before entering into

Contracts.
Selection, appointment, and termination of

appointment of Contracting Officers.
Selection.
Designation.
Termination of designation.
Modification.
Ratification of unauthorized contract awards.
Responsibility of other Government personnel.
General.
Contracting Officer's representatives.
Standards of Conduct.

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Subpart 9-1.6 Debarred, Suspended, and Ineligible Bidders

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Subpart 9-1.12 Responsible Prospective Contractors

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Scope.
Additional standards.
Determination of responsibility or nonresponsibility.

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Subpart 9-1.50 Change Orders, Equitable Adjustments, and

Supplemental Agreements for Fixed-Price Contracts

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Scope.
General policy.
Applicability.
Definitions.
Change orders and other unilateral-type modifications

within the general contract scope.
Change Orders.
Unilateral-type contract modifications other than

change orders.
Changes outside the general contract scope.
Surety Bonds.

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Subpart 9-1.51 Considerations in Selecting Award

Instrument-Contract or Grant

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Subpart 9-1.54 General Policy for the Avoidance of

Organizational Conflicts of Interest

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Purpose.
Scope and applicability.
Reserved.
Qualification and evaluation criteria, waiver.
Definitions.
General Policy.
Guides applicable prior to selection of contractor

and execution of contract.
Protection and private use of information

and data by contractors.

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Subpart 9-1.0 Regulation System

$9-1.001 Scope.

This subpart sets forth introductory information pertaining to the Energy Research and Development Administration Procurement Regulations, hereinafter referred to as the ERDA-PRs, explains their purpose, authority under which they are issued, their relationship to the FPR system, applicability, method of issuance, exclusions, arrangement, and deviation procedure.

$9-1.002 Purpose.

(a) This subpart establishes Chapter 9, Energy Research and Development Administration Procurement Regulations (ERDA-PR), implementing and supplementing the Federal Procurement Regulations (FPR), and states its relationship to the FPR.

(b) Where the FPR coverage is sufficient to ERDA needs, no additional coverage will be provided in the ERDA-PR.

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The ERDA-PR are issued by the ERDA senior procurement official, Headquarters, with appropriate concurrences' from other officials (e.g., counsel, controller, and interested program personnel) under authority delegated by the Administrator in accordance with the authority of Section 105 of the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-438), the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, and other applicable law.

$9-1.004 Applicability.

These regulations apply to all purchases and contracts made by ERDA, within or outside the United States, for the procurement of property or services which obligate appropriated funds, unless otherwise specified herein. Requests for authority to deviate from the FPR and ERDA-PR shall comply with procedures set forth in $$1-1.009 and 9-1.009.

$9-1.005 Exclusions

Certain ERDA policies and procedures which come within the scope of this Chapter 9 may be excluded from ERDA procurement regulations where there is appropriate justification, such as:

(a) Subject matter which bears a security classification.

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