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orders pending inspection of the pro- SOURCE: $ $ 51-2.1 to 51-2.3 appear at 22 duction facilities and approval of the F.R. 3317, May 11, 1957. Redesignated at 24 Committee. Provided, however, that no F.R. 10952, Dec. 30, 1959. agency will be permitted to participate for a period in excess of six (6) months $ 51-2.1
Basic procedures. without the approval of the Committee.
The basic procedures prescribed by the (d) Each agency for the blind partic- Committee for performing operations ipating in such Government orders shall under the Wagner-O'Day Act are pubmaintain an accounting system and not lished in Part 301 of this chapter. less often than once each year shall
§ 51–2.2 Schedule of blind-made prodprepare a financial report and operating
ucts. statement that accurately reflects its operations. Operating statements shall
The Committee issues from time to show as a separate item the amount of
time through the Bureau of Federal wages paid to blind employees. Books
Supply a schedule of blind-made prodand records shall be made available for ucts, and amendment thereto, describing inspection at any time to representatives
blind-made products available, fair of National Industries or the Committee. prices, specifications, etc. and including (e) No allocation of Government
the text of the Wagner-O'Day Act and
the orders shall be made by National Indus
regulations prescribed by the
Committee. tries to any agency for the blind not operating in accordance with this part. § 51-2.3 Violations.
(f) Acceptance of a purchase order or Where an alleged violation of the regcontract by an agency for the blind ulations has occurred, the blind agency obligates it to supply the articles called
concerned is notified by the secretary of for in strict conformance with the
the Committee and afforded an opportuspecifications and within the time speci- nity to submit a statement of facts and fied for delivery. Allocations may be evidence on the subject. Such statement discontinued to an agency for the blind is generally considered satisfactorily authat fails to meet its obligations in thorized when signed by the manager of respect to quality or to time of delivery the blind agency workshop and attested until the cause of the failure has been
by an officer of the private organization corrected.
controlling it or, in case of governmental (22 F.R. 3317, May 11, 1957, as amended at workshops, when signed by an official 24 F.R. 1158, Feb. 14, 1959)
of the controlling department. In ap$ 51-1.7 Reports.
propriate cases oral testimony may also
be taken, particularly when the workNational Industries shall submit quar
shop requests a hearing. The secretary terly to the Committee a report on the
of the Committee with the concurrence operation of the program.
of the chairman may ordinarily deter
mine whether a violation has or has not PART 51-2-PROCEDURES
occurred. Where a violation is found, Sec.
the secretary notifies the National In51-2.1 Basic procedures.
dustries for the Blind to discontinue al51-2.2 Schedule of blind-made products.
location of orders to the blind agency 51-2.3 Violations.
concerned until the Committee is satisAUTHORITY: $$ 51-2.1 to 51–2.3 issued un- fied its operation is in accord with the der sec. 2, 52 Stat. 1196; 41 U.S.C. 47.
Advertising, formal, procurement by; Federal procurement regulations, 41 Part 1-2
ment agencies, 41 § 1-1.705
Act, 41 $ 50–201.2
tracts Act, 41 $ 50–201.2
industries, 41 $ $ 50_202.23, 50–202.45
procurement, 41 § 1-1.311
of Department, respecting procurement of property or services, 41 Part 3–75
Bidders, debarred and ineligible; Federal procurement regulations, 41 Subpart 1-1.6
in Government orders, 41 § 51-1.6
Eye record card file, 41 $ 51-1.6(b)
ucts, 41 $ $ 51-1.3, 51-1.5
orders among agencies for the blind, 41 $ 51-1.2
Reports on program, 41 § 51-1.7
Brand name products or equal; policy and procedure respecting use in purchase
descriptions, 41 § 1-1.307-4
tracts Act, 41 $ 50–201.2
tract clause, etc., 41 Subpart 1–6.2
visions of Public Contract Act, 41 $ 50–201.2
from provisions of Public Contracts Act, 418 50–201.2
Government contracts from provisions of Public Contracts Act, 41 $ 50–201.2
for blind, 41 $ 51-1.6 (f)
quirements for public contracts. See Public Contracts Division.
Stipulation respecting, in public contracts, 41 $ 50–201.1(d)
Dealers; Public Contracts Division regulations affecting, 41 $ $ 50–201.101, 50–201.104,
curement, 41 $ 1-1.302–2
Educational institutions, services of; procurement by negotiation, 41 § 1-3.205
See also Labor.
ployees affected, etc., 41 Part 50-201
Federal procurement regulations, 41 Parts 1-1-1-16
For detailed listing see main heading Procurement regulations.
under. See Procurement regulations.
contract clause, etc., 41 Subpart 1–6.2
Government agencies prescribed by Administrator, 41 Parts 1-1-1-16
Handicapped workers, employment at below minimum wages, 41 $ 50–201.1102
and contracts for property or services, sign and issue purchase orders,
Administration, Office of; General Services Division, 41 $ 3–75.9
Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of, 41 $ 3–75.4
General delegation, 41 § 3–75.1
Stipulations in contracts, 41 $ 50–201.1
Imprest funds (petty cash) method of making small purchases; Federal procurement
regulations, 41 § 1-3.604
Labor-hour contract in procurement by negotiation, 41 § 1–3.405–2
labor in connection with procurement, 41 Part 1-12
requirements, etc., 41 Part 50–201
Medical supplies and medicines; procurement by negotiation, 41 § 1-3.207
General regulations, 41 $ 50–201.1101
For list of, see main heading Public Contracts Division.
of underage minors, 41 $ 50–201.105
Contracts Act, 41 $ $ 50–201.1, 50-201.2