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Cite this Code CFR thus: 41 CFR 9-1.001

Explanation

The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government. The Code is divided into 50 titles which represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation. Each title is divided into chapters which usually bear the name of the issuing agency. Each chapter is further subdivided into parts covering specific regulatory areas. ISSUE DATES

Each volume of the Code is revised at least once each calendar year and issued on a quarterly basis approximately as follows: Title 1 through Title 16_--

-------as of January 1 Title 17 through Title 27--

------as of April 1 Title 28 through Title 41--

------as of July 1 Title 42 through Title 50_

-----as of October 1 The appropriate revision date is printed on the cover of each volume. LEGAL STATUS

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Affected, 1949–1963” published in a separate volume. For the period beginning
January 1, 1964, a “List of CFR Sections Affected” is published at the end of each
CFR volume.
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An index to the text of Presidential documents appears at the end of each
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Inquiries concerning technical or legal aspects of the Code should be addressed
to the Director, Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records
Service, General Services Administration, Washington, D.C. 20408 (telephone
202–523–5240). Sales are handled exclusively by the Superintendent of Documents,
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.

FRED J. EMERY,

Director,

Office of the Federal Register.
September 26, 1977.

Title text of a CFR vortical list or

CONTENTS

Title 41—PUBLIC CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT consists of Sub-

title A–Federal Procurement Regulations System, Subtitle B—Other Provisions

Relating to Public Contracts and Subtitle C—Federal Property Management

Regulations System. Subtitle D is reserved for other provisions relating to property

management.

The Federal procurement regulations in Chapter 1 of Subtitle A are those

government-wide procurement regulations issued by the General Services Ad-

ministration. In Chapters 2 through 49 of Subtitle A are procurement regulations

issued by individual government agencies. The first 49 parts in each of Chapters

2 through 49 are reserved for agency regulations implementing the Federal pro-

curement regulations in Chapter 1 and are numerically keyed to them. The

remaining parts in Chapters 2 through 49 contain agency regulations supplementing

the Federal procurement regulations.

Other government-wide procurement regulations relating to public contracts
appear in Chapters 50 through 100, Subtitle B.

The Federal property management regulations in Chapter 101 of Subtitle C

are government-wide property management regulations issued by the General

Services Administration. In the remaining chapters of Subtitle C are the imple-

menting and supplementing property management regulations issued by individual

Government agencies. Those regulations which implement Chapter 101 are

numerically keyed to it.

NUMBERING

The numbering system of Title 41 differs from that used for other titles of the
Code of Federal Regulations. The numbering system is especially designed to
permit the keying of agency regulations to government-wide regulations in Sub-
titles A and C which are issued by the General Services Administration. Chapters
are numbered in arabic. Each section number is a combination showing to the
left of the decimal point the chapter and part numbers, separated by a dash. To
the right of the decimal point the subpart, section, and subsection numbers are
indicated in that order. Thus, an agency assigned to Chapter 2, and wishing to
implement the cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contract provisions contained in Chapter 1,
Part 1-3, Subpart 1-3.4, section 05, subsection 5 of the Federal Procurement
Regulations (§ 1–3.405–5), would assign the section number “2–3.405–5” to the
implementing provisions.

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