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who signed the said bond on behalf of the principal, was then

of said corporation; that I know his signature, and his signature theréto is genuine; and that said bond was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said corporation by authority of its governing body.

CORPORATE

SEAL

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This form may be used in connection with the procur ard Forni 25 (Performance Bond). There shall be no devia General Services Administration.

of supplies or services in lieu of Stand. from Dhis form except as authorized by the

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2. The surety on the bond may be any corporat fun whilarized by the Secretary of the Treasury to act as surety, or two responsible individual sureties. There ikvidual sureties are used, this bond must be accompanied by a completed Affidavit of Individual sumets each individual surety (Standard Form 28).

3. The name, including full Christian nayre, anckbysiness or residence address of each individual party to the bond shall be inserted in the space provided whefefor, and each such party shall sign the bond with his usual signature on the line opposite the schon seul, and if signed in Mainc or New Hampshire, an adhesive seal shall be affixed opposite the signaturel

4. If the principals are partners, their individual names shall appear in the space provided therefor, with the recital that they are partners composing a firm, naming it, and all the members of the firm shall execute the bond as individuals.

5. If the principal or surety is a corporation, the name of the State in which incorporated shall be inserted in the space provided therefor, and said instrument shall be executed and attested under the cor. porate seal as indicated in the form. If the corporation has no corporate seal the fact shall be stated, in which case a scroll or adhesive seal shall appear following the corporate name.

6. The official character and authority of the person or persons executing the bond for the principal, if a corporation, shall be certified by the secretary or assistant secretary, according to the form herein provided. In lieu of such certificate there may be attached to the bond copies of so much of the records of the corporation as will show the official character and authority of the officer signing, duly certified by the secretary or assistant secretary, under the corporate seal, to be true copies.

US GOVERNMENT PRINTING OF!ice

10-03314-1

§ 1-16.901–36

Standard Form 36: Continuation Sheet (Supply Contract).

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KAME OF BIDDER OR CONTRACTOR

bandand Form 36 Nov. 1949 Edition

US GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 192 206193

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CHAPTER 3—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH,

EDUCATION, AND WELFARE

PART 3-75-DELEGATIONS OF

AUTHORITY

Subpart A-General Delegation Sec. 3-75.1 Authority delegated.

Subpart B-Delegatees and Specific Limitations 3–75.2 Food and Drug Administration. 3-75.3 Office of Education. 3-75.4 Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. 3-75.5 Saint Elizabeths Hospital. 3-75.6 Public Health Service. 3-75.7 Social Security Administration. 3–75.8 Office of Field Administration. 3-75.9 Office of Administration, Division of

General Services. AUTHORITY: $ $ 3–75.1 to 3-75.9 issued under General Services Administration Delegation 363 (24 F.R. 1921) and $ $ 2-500.40 and 2500.60, as amended, of the Statement of Organization and Delegation of Authority, Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (22 F.R. 1049, 24 F.R. 8612).

SOURCE: $$ 3–75.1 to 3–75.9 appear at 24 F.R. 9427, Nov. 24, 1959, except as otherwise noted.

Services Administration and the Department. Subpart B-Delegatees and

Specific Limitations § 3–75.2 Food and Drug Administration.

(a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is delegated to:

(1) Commissioner.
(2) Deputy Commissioner.
(3) Executive Officer.
(4) Assistant Executive Officers.
(5) General Supply Officer.

(b) Authority delegated in this section is limited as follows:

(1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (6), (8), (9), (11), (12) and (13) or to make advance payments under section 305.

(ii) Purchase or contract for administrative supplies, equipment, or services for headquarters offices which are obtained through the Procurement and Supply Management Branch, Division of General Services.

(C) Authority delegated in this section may be redelegated by the Commissioner and Executive Officer in full or in part to officials in the Food and Drug Administration. However, such redelegation must be reported to the Office of Administration and shall not be effective until published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. [24 F.R. 9427, Nov. 24, 1959, as amended at 24 F.R. 10310, Dec. 19, 1959 § 3-75.3 Office of Education.

(a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is delegated to:

(1) Commissioner.

Subpart A-General Delegation 3–75.1 Authority delegated.

Authority to make purchases of and contracts for property or services, to sign and issue purchase orders, contracts and certificates of award in connection therewith, and to use the procurement provisions contained in Title III, Public Law 152, 81st Congress (63 Stat. 377) (Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949) as amended (41 U.S.C. 251 et seq.): Provided, That this authority shall be exercised in accordance with applicable limitations and requirements of Public Law 152, 81st Congress, as amended, particularly sections 304 and 307 and policies, procedures, limitations, and controls prescribed by the General

(2) Deputy Commissioner.
(3) Executive Officer.
(4) Fiscal Management Officer.

(b) Authority delegated in this section is limited as follows:

(1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases or contracts under sections 302(c) (1), (2), (3), (6), (7), (8), (9), (12), (13) and (14), or to make advance payments under section 305.

(ii) Purchase or contract for administrative supplies, equipment, or services for headquarters offices which are obtained through the Procurement and Supply Management Branch, Division of General Services.

(iii) Make the determinations and decisions specified in section 302(c) (11) for contracts in excess of $25,000.

(c) Authority delegated in this section may be redelegated by the Commissioner in full or in part to officials in the Office of Education, except for negotiation under section 302(c) (11). However, such redelegations must be reported immediately to the Office of Administration and shall not be effective until published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. § 3–75.4 Office of Vocational Rehabilita

tion. (a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is delegated to:

(1) Director.
(2) Deputy Director.

(3) Assistant Director, Management Services.

(4) Chief, Division of Personnel and Administrative Services.

(b) Authority delegated in this section is limited as follows:

(1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (1), (2), (3), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11), (12), (13) and (14) or to make advance payments under section 305.

(ii) Purchasz or contract for administrative supplies, equipment, or services for headquarters offices which are obtained through the Procurement and Supply Management Branch, Division of General Services.

(c) Authority delegated in this section may be redelegated by the Director in full or in part to officials of the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. However,

such redelegations must be reported immediately to the Office of Administration and shall not be effective until published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. $ 3–75.5 Saint Elizabeths Hospital.

(a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is delegated to:

(1) Superintendent.
(2) Assistant Superintendent.
(3) Executive Officer.
(4) Administrative Officer.
(5) Chief, Purchasing Section.

(6) Assistant Chief, Purchasing Section.

(b) No authority is delegated to negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (1), (5), (6), (7), (8), (11), (12), (13) and (14) or to make advance payments under section 305.

(c) Authority delegated in this section may be redelegated by the Superintendent in full or in part to officials of Saint Elizabeths Hospital. However, such redelegations must be reported to the Office of Administration and shall not be effective until published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. § 3–75.6 Public Health Service.

(a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is delegated to:

(1) Surgeon General.
(2) Deputy Surgeon General.
(3) Executive Officer.
(4) Assistant Executive Officer.

(5) Chief, Division of Administrative Services.

(b) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 to negotiate contracts under Title III, section 302(c) (11), Public Law 152, 81st Congress, as amended, is delegated to:

(1) Chief, Supply Branch, DAS.

(2) Director, National Institutes of Health.

(3) Chief, SMB, NIH.
(4) Head, Research Contracts, NIH.

(c) Authority delegated in this section is limited as follows:

(1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (12) or to make advance payments under section 305.

(ii) Purchase or contract for administrative supplies, equipment, and seryices for headquarters offices which are

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