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CHAPTER 10—DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Part
10-1 Procedures for settling contract dispute appeals.
10-17 Extraordinary contractual actions to facilitate national defense.

PART 10–1-PROCEDURES FOR SET

TLING CONTRACT DISPUTE AP

PEALS Sec. 10-1.100 Treasury contract appeals to be

heard by Coast Guard Board. 10-1.200 Appeals rules. 10-1.300 Effective date.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 10–1 issued under 63 Stat. 390, 40 U.S.C. 486 (c); Rev. Stat. 161, as amended by Act of Aug. 12, 1958, 72 Stat. 547, 5 U.S.C. 22.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 10-1 appear at 30 F.R. 950, Jan. 29, 1965, unless otherwise noted. $ 10–1.100 Treasury contract appeals

to be heard by Coast Guard Board. The Coast Guard Board of Contract Appeals is hereby designated as the authorized representative of the Secretary of the Treasury in hearing, considering and determining, as fully and finally as might the Secretary, all appeals by contractors from final decisions by contracting officers on disputed questions pertaining to provisions of contracts entered into with the United States Department of the Treasury, or with any bureau, office (other than the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), division or other agency or subdivision of the Department of the Treasury, pursuant to

the “disputes” provisions of such contracts requiring the determination of appeals by the head of the Department or his duly authorized representatives. $ 10–1.200 Appeals rules.

The rules and regulations pertaining to the appeal of Coast Guard contract disputes prescribed in or pursuant to 41 CFR Part 11-60 shall govern the appeal of all contract disputes with the United States Department of the Treasury, or with any bureau, office (other than the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), division or other agency or subdivision of the Department of the Treasury. § 10–1.300 Effective date.

The regulations in this part shall become effective on the 30th day following the date of publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER. The regulations in this part shall apply to all cases in which appeal from the contracting officer's decision is taken on or after the effective date. The Secretary in his discretion or the Secretary's delegate may also, from time to time, designate particular cases in which appeals were taken before the effective date and direct that pending aspects of these appeals shall be dealt with in the same manner as if the appeals had been taken after the effective date.

PART 10–17—EXTRAORDINARY CON- sary or appropriate for the conduct of its TRACTUAL ACTIONS TO FACILITATE

functions. NATIONAL DEFENSE

(c) The chairman and members of the

Coast Guard Board of Contract Appeals, Sec.

established by regulations contained in 10-17.000 Scope of part.

Part 11-60 of this title, shall constitute 10–17.101 Authority.

the chairman and members of the Treas10-17.105 Reports. 10–17.207–1 Filing requests.

ury Department Contract Adjustment 10–17.208 Processing cases.

Board. 10–17.208-4 Records.

§ 10–17.105 Reports. 10–17.304 Records. 10-17.402 Final records.

The chairman of the Board is responAUTHORITY: The provisions of this part

sible for preparing the annual report to 10-17 issued under R.S. 161, 5 U.S.C. 22; sec.

the Congress required by § 1-17.105 of 205(c), 63 Stat. 390, 40 U.S.C. 486(c); 72 Stat.

this title. 972–973, 50 U.S.C. 1431-1435. E.O. 10789, 23

§ 10–17.207-1 Filing requests. F.R. 8897; 3 CFR, 1954–1958 Comp.

The request of a contractor shall be SOURCE: The provisions of this part 10-17 contained in CGFR 66–7, 31 F.R. 11230, Aug.

filed in quintuplicate with the cognizant 25, 1966, unless otherwise noted.

contracting officer or his duly authorized

representative. $ 10–17.000 Scope of part.

§ 10–17.208 Processing cases. This part establishes procedures to implement and supplement Part 1–17 of

(a) The responsible contracting officer this title (Federal Procurement Regula- shall submit to the appropriate officer or tions).

official listed in paragraph (b) of this

section, four copies of the following: § 10–17.101 Authority.

(1) The form of request described in (a) The Treasury Department Con- § 1-17.207-2 of this title. tract Adjustment Board is hereby cre- (2) The preliminary record required ated. The Board is authorized to exer

by $ 1–17.207-3 of this title. cise the authority of Public Law 85–804

(3) The facts and evidence described (72 Stat. 972, 50 U.S.C. 1431 to 1435,

in § 1-17.207–4 of this title. Aug. 28, 1958) as vested in the Secretary

(4) The investigation prescribed by of the Treasury by Executive Order No.

1-17.208-1 of this title. 10789, dated November 14, 1958 (23 F.R.

(b) The head of the bureau, office, 8897), as amended by Executive Order division, agency of the Treasury DepartNo. 11051, dated September 27, 1962 (27

ment, as appropriate, shall submit to the F.R. 9683). The decision of the Board

Board the documents listed in paragraph shall be final in all cases where the cost

(a) of this paragraph, together with his to the United States resulting therefrom

recommended disposition of the request

of the contractor. is not more than $50,000. Where the cost to the United States resulting there- $ 10–17.208–4 Records. from is greater than $50,000, the decision

The Board shall maintain the records of the Board shall be subject to approval by the Secretary of the Treasury, or his

required by $ 1–17.208–4 of this title. designee.

$ 10–17.304 Records. (b) Part 1–17 of this title shall govern

The Board shall retain a copy of the the respective rights and duties of the

memorandum required by § 1-17.303(a) Treasury Department Contract Adjust

of this title. ment Board, Treasury agencies and the Contractor. The Board shall determine § 10–17.402 Final records. and adopt its own procedures and have The Board shall prepare the final recauthority to do all acts and things neces- ord described in § 1-17.402 of this title.

CHAPTER 11—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF THE

TREASURY

Part
11-1 General.
11-2 Procurement by formal advertising.
11-3 Procurement by negotiation.
11-4 Special types and methods of procurement.
11-5 Special and directed sources of supply.
11-6 Foreign purchases.
11-7 Contract clauses.
11-8 Termination of contracts.
11-10 Bonds and insurance.
11-11 Federal, State, and local taxes.
11-12 Labor.
11-14 Inspection and acceptance.
11-16 Procurement forms.
11-17 Extraordinary contractural actions to facilitate national defense.
11-30 Contract financing.
11-50 Contracts general.
11-60 Contract dispute appeals.
11–75 Procurement authority and delegations.

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