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$ 102–118.650 Can a TSP request a re

view of a settlement action by the Administrator of General Services? Yes, a TSP desiring a review of a settlement action taken by the Administrator of General Services may request a review by the GSA Board of Contract Appeals (GSBCA) or file a claim with the United States Court of Federal Claims (28 U.S.C. 1491).

(b) When the action outlined in paragraph (a) of this section cannot be taken by GSA, GSA will instruct one or more Government disbursing offices to deduct the amount due to the agency from an unpaid TSP's bill. A 3-year limitation applies on the deduction of overcharges from amounts due a TSP (31 U.S.C. 3726) and a 10-year limitation applies on the deduction of ordinary debt (31 U.S.C. 3716);

(c) When collection cannot be accomplished through either of the procedures in paragraph (a) or (b) of this section, GSA normally sends two additional demand letters to the indebted TSP requesting payment of the amount due within a specified time. Lacking a satisfactory response, GSA may place a complete stop order against amounts otherwise payable to the indebted TSP by adding the name of that TSP to the Department of the Army "List of Contractors Indebted to the United States”; and/or

(d) When collection actions, as stated in paragraphs (a) through (c) of this section are unsuccessful, GSA may report the debt to the Department of Justice for collection, litigation, and related proceedings, as prescribed in 4 CFR parts 101 through 105.

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$ 102–118.655 Are there time limits on

a TSP request for an administrative

review by the GSBCA? (a) Yes, the GSBCA must receive a request for review from the TSP within six months (not including time of war) from the date the settlement action was taken or within the periods of limitation specified in 31 U.S.C. 3726, as amended, whichever is later. The request must be addressed to: GSA Board of Contract Appeals 1800 F Street, NW. Room 7022 Washington, DC 20405

(b) The GSBCA will accept legible submissions via facsimile (FAX) on (202) 501–0664.

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$ 102–118.645 Can a TSP file an admin.

istrative claim on collection ac

tions? Yes, a TSP may file an administrative claim involving collection actions resulting from the transportation audit performed by the GSA directly with the GSA Audit Division. Any claims submitted to GSA will be considered "disputed claims” under section 4(b) of the Prompt Payment Act (31 U.S.C. 3901, et seq.). The TSP must file all other transportation claims with the agency out of whose activities they arose. If this is not feasible (e.g., where the responsible agency cannot be determined or is no longer in existence) claims may be sent to the GSA Audit Division for forwarding to the responsible agency or for direct settlement by the GSA Audit Division. Claims for GSA processing must be addressed to: General Services Administration Federal Supply Service Audit Division (FBA) 1800 F Street, NW.

§ 102–118.665 May my agency appeal a

postpayment audit decision by the

GSBCA? No, your agency may not appeal a postpayment audit decision and must follow the ruling of the GSBCA.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICE PROVIDER

(TSP) NON-PAYMENT OF A CLAIM

$ 102–118.670 If a TSP cannot imme

diately pay a debt, can they make

other arrangements for payment? Yes, if a TSP is unable to pay the debt promptly, the Director of the GSA Audit Division has the discretion to enter into alternative arrangements for payment.

debts to consumer reporting agencies and Federal agencies including the Department of the Treasury and Department of Justice.

8 102–118.675 What recourse does my

agency have if a TSP does not pay a

transportation debt? If a TSP does not pay a transportation debt, GSA may refer delinquent

PARTS 102-119-102-140

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SUBCHAPTER E-TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

PART 102-141-GENERAL (RESERVED]

PARTS 102-142-102-170 [RESERVED]

SUBCHAPTER F-TELECOMMUNICATIONS

PART 102-171-GENERAL (RESERVED]

PART 102-172-TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT POLICY

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PARTS 102-173-102-190 (RESERVED]

SUBCHAPTER G-ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS

PART 102-191-GENERAL (RESERVED]

PART 102-192-MAIL MANAGEMENT (RESERVED]

PART 102-193-RECORDS MANAGEMENT (RESERVED]

PART 102-194-STANDARD AND OPTIONAL FORMS PROGRAM

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PART 102-195–INTERAGENCY REPORTS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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PART 102-196—FEDERAL FACILITY RIDESHARING (RESERVEDÍ

PARTS 102-197-102-220 [RESERVED]

SUBCHAPTERS H-Z [RESERVED]

CHAPTERS 103-104 [RESERVED]

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