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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), (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.

(iii) Make the necessary 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 and the Executive Officer in full or in part to officials of the Food and Drug Administration, except for negotiation under section 302(c) (11). 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, 26 F.R. 2712, Mar. 31, 1961]

(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
limited as follows:
(1) No authority is delegated to:

(i) Negotiate purchases under section 302(c) (1), (2), (8), (9), (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.

(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 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. [24 F.R. 9427, Nov. 24, 1959, as amended at 25 F.R. 12596, Dec. 9, 1960, 26 F.R. 4426, May 23, 1961] § 3–75.5 Saint Elizabeths Hospital.

(a) Authority stated in § 3-75.1 is delegated to:

$ 3–75.3 Office of Education.

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

(1) Commissioner.
(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.

(1) Superintendent.

(iv) Make determinations or decisions (2) Assistant Superintendent.

specified in section 302(c) (13). (3) Executive Officer.

(d) Authority delegated in this sec(4) Administrative Officer.

tion may be redelegated by the Surgeon

General and the Chief, Division of Ad(5) Chief, Purchasing Section.

ministrative Services, in full or in part (6) Assistant Chief, Purchasing Sec

to officials in the Public Health Service tion.

except for negotiation under section 302 (b) No authority is delegated to nego (c) (11). However, such redelegation tiate purchases or contracts under sec must be reported to the Office of Adtion 302(c) (1), (5), (6), (7), (8), (11), ministration and shall not be effective (12), (13) and (14) or to make advance until published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. payments under section 305.

124 F.R. 9427, Nov. 24, 1959, as amended at (c) Authority delegated in this sec 24 F.R. 10310, Dec. 19, 1959, 26 F.R. 6622, tion may be redelegated by the Superin

July 25, 1961) tendent in full or in part to officials of Saint Elizabeths Hospital. However,

§ 3–75.6-1 Bureau of Medical Services. such redelegations must be reported to Pursuant to authority vested in the the Office of Administration and shall Chief, Division of Administrative Servnot be effective until published in the ices, the officials occupying the followFEDERAL REGISTER.

ing positions in the Area Offices of the § 3–75.6 Public Health Service.

Division of Indian Health, Bureau of

Medical Services, are authorized to ne(a) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 is del

gotiate and award contracts for archiegated to:

tectural and engineering services for (1) Surgeon General.

bridges, roads, sidewalks, sewers, mains, (2) Deputy Surgeon General.

or other similar items, regardless of con

struction costs, and for any public build(3) Executive Officer.

ing or public improvement when the con(4) Assistant Executive Officer.

struction cost is estimated to be less than (5) Chief, Division of Administrative $200,000; and to advertise and award Services.

contracts for construction of Indian (b) Authority stated in $ 3–75.1 to health sanitation facilities pursuant to negotiate contracts under Title III, sec

Public Law 86–121; and to advertise and tion 302(c)(11), Public Law 152, 81st award contracts for construction of InCongress, as amended, is delegated to:

dian health facilities (other than con

tracts for construction of Indian health (1) Chief, Supply Branch, DAS.

sanitation facilities pursuant to Public (2) Director, National Institutes of

Law 86–121) when the construction cost Health.

is less than $200,000: (3) Chief, SMB, NIH.

Medical Officer in Charge. (4) Head, Research Contracts, NIH. Deputy and/or Assistant Medical Officer in (5) Executive Officer, BSS.

Charge. (6) Asst. Executive Officer, BSS.

Executive or Administrative Officer. (7) Chief Contract Branch, BSS.

General Services Officer.

125 F.R. 6687, July 15, 1960, as amended at 25 (c) Authority delegated in this sec

F.R. 12502, Dec. 7, 1960) tion is limited as follows: (1) No authority is delegated to:

§ 3–75.7 Social Security Administration. (i) Negotiate purchases or contracts

(a) Authority stated in § 3-75.1 (exunder section 302(c) (12) or to make ad

cept as to section 302(c) (11)) is delevance payments under section 305.

gated to: (ii) Purchase or contract for admin

(1) Commissioner. istrative supplies, equipment, and serv

(2) Deputy Commissioner. ices for headquarters offices which are 13) Administrative Officer. obtained through the Procurement and

(4) Chief, Procurement and Property Supply Management Branch, Division of

Section, Bureau of Old-Age and SurviGeneral Services.

vors Insurance. (iii) Make determinations and deci (5) Assistant Chief, Procurement and sions specified in section 302(c) (11) for Property Section, BOASI. contracts in excess of $25,000.

(6) Chief, Purchasing Unit, BOASI.

(b) Authority stated in § 3–75.1 to (c) Authority delegated to the Director negotiate contracts under Title III, sec of Field Administration may be redeletion 302(c) (11), is delegated to:

gated in full or in part to officials of the (1) Commissioner.

Office of Field Administration. How(2) Deputy Commisioner.

ever, such redelegation must be reported (3) Administrative Officer.

immediately to the Office of Administra(c) Authority delegated in this section tion and shall not be effective until pubis limited as follows:

lished in the FEDERAL REGISTER. (1) No authority is delegated to:

§ 3-75.9 Office of Administration, Divi. (i) Negotiate purchases or contracts

sion of General Services. under section 302(c) (6), (7), (8), (9), (12), (13), and (14) or to make advance (a) Authority stated in § 3–75.1 is delepayments under section 305.

gated to: (ii) Purchase or contract for adminis (1) Director, Division of General Sery. trative supplies, equipment, or services ices. for headquarters offices which are ob

(2) Chief, Procurement and Supply tained through the Procurement and

Management Branch.
Supply Management Branch, Division of
General Services.

(3) Chief, Purchase Section. (iii) Make determinations and deci

(4) Assistant Chief, Puro ase Section. sions specified in section 302 (c) (11) for (5) Purchasing Agents. contracts in excess of $25,000.

(b) Authority delegated in this section (d) Authority delegated in this sec is limited as follows: tion may be redelegated by the Commissioner in full or in part to officials in the

(1) No authority is delegated to: Social Security Administration, except

(i) The Chief and Assistant Chief, for negotiation under section 302(c)

Purchase Section, under section 302(c) (11). However, such redelegations must

(1), (6), (7), (8), (9), (11), (12), (13) be reported to the Office of Administra

and (14). Purchasing Agents' authority tion and shall not be effective until pub

is limited to signing of purchase orders lished in the FEDERAL REGISTER.

not in excess of $5,000. (26 F.R. 2712, Mar. 31, 1961)

(ii) Make advance payments under section 305.

(iii) Make determinations an decisions

specified in section 302(c) (11) for con§ 3–75.8 Office of Field Administration.

tracts in excess of $25,000. (a) Authority stated in § 3-75.1 is dele

(iv) Make determinations or decisions gated to:

specified in section 302(c) (12) and (13). (1) Director of Field Administration. 124 F.R. 9427, Nov. 24, 1959, as amended at (2) Chief, Division of Field Manage

25 F.R. 12596, Dec. 9, 1980) ment.

Subpart C-Mistakes in Bids (3) Regional Directors.

§ 3-75.21 Procurement

Supply (4) Regional Executive Officers or As

Management Branch, Division of sistants.

General Services. (5) Chiefs, Regional General Services

Authority is delegated to the Chief, Sections.

Procurement and Supply Management (b) Authority delegated in this section Branch, Division of General Services, to is limited as follows:

make the determinations specified in (1) No authority is delegated to:

§ 2.406–3 of the Federal Procurement

Regulations (41 CFR Part 1-2, 25 F.R. (1) Negotiate purchases or contracts under section 302(c) (5), (6), (7), (8),

1665) in connection with mistakes in

bids. (9), (11), (12), (13) and (14) or to make advance payments under section 305. (a) Redelegation. This delegation of (ii) Purchase or contract for adminis

authority cannot be redelegated. trative supplies, equipment, or services (b) Approval. Each proposed deterfor headquarters offices which are ob mination shall be approved by the Office tained through the Procurement and of General Counsel. Supply Management Branch, Division of (41 CFR 1-2.406–3, 25 F.R. 1665) [25 F.R. General Services.

7739, Aug. 13, 1960]

and

CHAPTER 5–GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

Part
5-1 General.
5-2 Procurement by formal advertising.
5-3 Procurement by negotiation.
5-7 Contract clauses.
5-12 Labor.
5-50 Bonds and insurance.
5-51 Contract financing.
5–53 Contract administration.

PART 5-1-GENERAL

Sec. Sec.

5-1.606 Agency procedure. 5-1.000

5-1.606-50 Scope of part.

GSA administrative debarments.

5-1.606-51 Debarment by other agencies. Subpart 5-1.1--Introduction

5-1.606–52 Collection and evaluation of in

formation. 5-1.100 Scope of subpart,

5-1.606–53 Investigations. 5-1.101 Establishment of GSA-wide pro

5-1.606-54 Determination to debar. curement policies and proce

5-1.606-55 Institution of debarment produres. 5-1.102

ceedings. Relationship of Chapter 5 to the

5-1.606–56 Hearings. FPR and other procurement in 5-1.606-57 Notice of final decision in debarstructions.

ment proceedings. 5-1.103 Applicability, 5-1.104 Method of issuance.

Subpart 5–1.7--Small Business Concerns 5-1.105 Exclusions.

5-1.709 SBA Certificates of Competency. 5-1.106 Arrangement, 5-1.106-1 General plan.

Subpart 5-1.9-Reporting Possible Antitrust 5-1.106-2 Numbering.

Violations 5-1.106-3 Cross references.

5-1.901 General, Subpart 5-1.3—General Policies

Subpart 5-1.10-Publicizing Procurement 5-1.302 Procurement sources,

Actions 5–1.302–50 Employees of the Federal Gov

5-1.1003 ernment.

Synopses of proposed procure5-1.305

ments, Specifications, 5-1.305-2

5-1.1003-2
Exceptions to mandatory use of

General requirements.
Federal Specifications.

5–1.1003-6 Time of publicizing.
5-1.305-3 Deviations from Federal Specifi-
cations.

Subpart 5-1.52—Testing Articles and 5-1.305-4 Optional use of Interim Federal

Commodities
Specifications.

5-1.5201 General.
5–1.305-6 Military and departmental speci 5-1.5202 Acceptance testing.
fications,

5-1.5203 Certification testing. 5–1,305-50 Use and availability of specifi 5-1.5204 Qualification (QPL) testing. eations and standards,

5-1.5205 Research or development testing. 5-1.307 Purchase descriptions. 5–1.310 Responsible prospective contrac

Subpart 5-1.53—Procurement Authority and tor.

Responsibility 5–1.310–6 Determination of responsibility. 5-1.5301 General. 5-1.315 Use of liquidated damages pro 5-1.5302 Designation of contracting officers.

visions in procurement con 5-1.5303 General authority of contracting tracts,

officers. 5-1.315–2 Policy.

5-1.5304 General responsibility of contract5-1.350 Advance notices of contract

ing officers. award.

5–1.5305 Contracting officers' representa5-1.350-1 Circumstances which warrant ad

tives, vance notice,

5-1.5306 Responsibility for assuring the 5–1.350—2 Telegraphic notices.

availability of funds. 5-1.350–3 Oral notices,

5-1.5307 Standards of conduct. 5-1.3504 Content of notice.

AUTHORITY: $$ 5–1.000 to 5-1.5307 issued Subpart 5-1.5—Contngent Fees

under sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390; 40 U.S.C. 5-1.508 Enforcement.

486 (c). 5-1.508-1 Failure or refusal to furnish

representation and agreement, § 5-1.000 Scope of part. 5–1.508–2 Failure or refusal to furnish Standard Form 119.

This part describes the method by

which the General Services AdministraSubpart 5-1.6-Debarred and Ineligible Bidders

tion implements and supplements the 5-1.602 Establishment and maintenance

Federal Procurement Regulations, and of a list of firms or individ

contains procedures which implement uals debarred or ineligible, 5-1,603 Bases for debarment and ineligi

and supplement Part 1-1 of the Federal ble list entry,

Procurement Regulations, 5-1.604 Treatment to be accorded firms [25 F.R. 5571, June 21, 1960)

or individuals in debarred or
ineligible status.

Subpart 5-1.1- Introduction
5-1.605 Causes and conditions applicable
to determination of debarment

SOURCE: $ $ 5–1.100 to 5-1.106—3 appear at by an executive agency,

25 F.R. 5571, June 21, 1960,

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