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Subtitle A Federal Procurement

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CHAPTER 1-FEDERAL PROCUREMENT

REGULATIONS

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Part

Page 1-11 Federal, State, and local taxes

6 1-12 Labor................

19 1-14 Inspection and acceptance.

63 1-15 Contract cost principles and procedures

70 1-16 Procurement forms

170 1-17 Extraordinary contractual actions to facilitate the national defense ...........

298 1-18 Procurement of construction

312 1-19 Transportation..............

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348 1-20 Retention requirements for contractor and subcontractor records ........

370 1-26 Contract modifications ....

374 1-30 Contract financing.

379 Appendix to Chapter I-GSA Temporary Regulations ......... 442

PART 1-11-FEDERAL, STATE, AND

LOCAL TAXES

SOURCE: 29 FR 10254, July 24, 1964, unless otherwise noted.

Sec. 1-11.000 Scope of part.

Subpart 1-11.1-Federal Excise Taxes

1-11.100 Scope of subpart. 1-11.101 Retailers excise taxes. 1-11.101-1 Special fuels. 1-11.102 Manufacturers excise taxes. 1-11.102-1 Motor vehicles. 1-11.102-2 Tires and tubes. 1-11.102-3 Gasoline. 1-11.102-4 Lubricating oils. 1-11.102–5 Fishing equipment. 1-11.102-6 Firearms, shells, and cartridges. 1-11.103 Excise taxes on facilities and serv.

ices.

8 1-11.000 Scope of part.

(a) This part deals with Federal taxes imposed by the Internal Revenue Code upon certain supplies and services procured by executive agencies; exemptions from such Federal taxes; policy for obtaining exemption from State and local taxes; and contract clauses required or authorized for insertion in contracts.

(b) The problems presented in connection with the administration of the tax aspect of a contract or transaction are widely varied. The right to immunity, exemption, refund, credit, or drawback depends upon the nature of the tax, the particular tax law, the party sought to be taxed, the items being procured, and the provisions of the contract. These problems are essentially legal; therefore, when questions arise, contracting officers should request the assistance of legal counsel.

Subpart 1-11.2-Exemptions From Federal

Excise Taxes

1-11.200 Scope of subpart. 1-11.201 Retailers excise taxes. 1-11.202 Manufacturers excise taxes. 1-11.203 Supplies and services for the ex

clusive use of the United States.

Subpart 1-11.1-Federal Excise Taxes

Subpart 1-11.3—State and Local Taxes

1-11.300 Scope of subpart. 1-11.301 Policy.

SOURCE: 31 FR 6370, Apr. 27, 1966, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 1-11.4—Contract Clauses

1-11.401 Fixed-price type contracts. 1-11.401-1 Advertised and certain negotiat

ed contracts. 1-11.401-2 Certain negotiated contracts. 1-11.401-3 Supplementary clauses. 1-11.401-4 Matters requiring special con

sideration. 1-11.402 Cost-reimbursement type con

tracts.

8 1-11.100 Scope of subpart.

This subpart deals with Federal excise taxes involved in the procurement of certain supplies and services. It is for the general information of Government personnel and does not purport to present the full scope of the applicable provisions of law and implementing regulations as they may be amended from time to time.

Subpart 1-11.5—Tax Exemption Forms

8 1-11.101 Retailers excise taxes.

1-11.500 Scope of subpart. 1-11.501 Federal excise tax exemption

forms. 1-11.501-1 Certificate of export to a posses

sion or Puerto Rico. 1-11.501-2 Exemption certificate for sup

plies for vessels of war. 1-11.501-3 Cutting oil certificate. 1-11.502 State and local tax exemption

forms. 1-11.502-1 Types of evidence of immunity

or exemption. 1-11.502-2 When evidence of immunity or

exemption is to be furnished. AUTHORITY: Sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390; 40 U.S.C. 486(c).

8 1-11.101-1 Special fuels.

(a) Diesel fuel. A tax at the indicated rates is imposed upon any liquid, other than that taxable as gasoline under section 4081 of the Internal Revenue Code (see § 1-11.102-3), which is (i) sold by any person to an owner, lessee, or other operator of a diesel-powered highway vehicle, for use as a fuel in such vehicle, or (ii) used by any person as a fuel in a diesel-powered highway vehicle unless there was a taxable sale of such liquid pursuant to (i) above, as follows:

(1) At 4 cents per gallon, if sold for use or if used as fuel in a dieselpowered highway vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such sale or use, is registered, or is required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country;

or

use

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is used on the highway; or (2) At 2 cents per gallon, if sold for

or if used as fuel in a dieselpowered highway vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such sale or use, is not registered, and is not required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country; or

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is not used on the highway; and

(3) At an additional 2 cents per gallon, if fuel on which a tax of 2 cents was paid pursuant to subparagraph (2) of this paragraph is used as fuel in a diesel-powered highway vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such use, is registered, or is required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country; or

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is used on the highway. No tax is imposed on diesel fuel sold for use or used as fuel in a nonhighway vehicle, such as certain military vehicles, construction equipment, and equipment designed for use at mines, factories, railroad stations, and farms.

(b) Special motor fuels. A tax at the rates indicated in paragraph (b) (1) through (3) of this section is imposed upon benzol, benzene, naphtha, liquefied petroleum gas, casing-head and natural gasolines, or any other liquid (other than kerosene, gas oil, fuel oil), or a product taxable as diesel fuel under paragraph (a) of this section or as gasoline under section 4081 of the Internal Revenue Code (see

§ 111.102-3), which is (i) sold by any person to an owner, lessee, or other operator of a motor vehicle, motorboat, or airplane for use as a fuel for the propulsion thereof, or (ii) used by any person as a fuel for the propulsion of a motor vehicle, motorboat, or airplane, unless there was a taxable sale

of such liquid pursuant to (i) above, as follows:

(1) At 4 cents per gallon, if such liquid is sold for use or is used as a fuel for a highway vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such sale or use, is registered, or is required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country; or

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is used on the highway; or

(2) At 2 cents per gallon, if such liquid is sold for use or is used as a fuel for the propulsion of a motorboat or airplane, or a motor vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such sale or use, is not registered, and is not required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country; or

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is not used on the highway; and

(3) At an additional 2 cents per gallon, if a liquid on which a tax of 2 cents was paid pursuant to subparagraph (2) of this paragraph is used as fuel in a highway vehicle

(i) Which, at the time of such use, is registered, or required to be registered, for highway use under the laws of any State or foreign country; or

(ii) Which, if owned by the United States, is used on the highway.

(c) Procedures. (1) The sale of diesel fuel to an owner, lessee, or other operator of a diesel-powered highway vehicle, or of special motor fuel to an owner, lessee, or other operator of a motor vehicle, motorboat, or airplane is considered as a taxable sale by the Internal Revenue Service only (i) if the liquid is delivered by the seller into the fuel supply tank of the vehi. cle, motortjoat, or airplane, or (ii) where not so delivered, the purchaser indicates in writing to the seller prior to or at the time of the sale that the entire quantity of the liquid covered by the sale is for use by him for a taxable purpose as a fuel in such a vehi. cle, motorboat, or airplane. If such a written statement is not furnished by the purchaser, he is liable for the tax at the applicable rate on that quantity of the liquid which is used by him as fuel in such a vehicle, motorboat, or

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