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This pamphlet is intended to provide information and reference material for the military lawyer. While it may suggest workable solutions to legal problems, it does not purport to promulgate Department of the Army policy or to be in any sense directory. Comments concerning laws, regulations, cases or other matters represent the opinion of an individual specialist in procurement law.
3. Limitations upon power of executive departments to contract...
II. Authority of Contracting Officers To Bind the United States
4. Contracting officers required to have actual authority-
d. Requirement of basic fairness...
8. The constitutional Lavaground: The source of authority
9. The requirement for appropriations___
10. The legislative framework for the use of appropriations-
a. Specific language necessary to make an appro-
c. The Anti-Deficiency Act, Rev. Stat. § 3679..
d. Adequacy of appropriations, Rev. Stat. § 3732---
e. The miscellaneous receipts rule, Rev. Stat. § 3617- 42
f. Proceeds from sales of Government property,
35. The priority statute and the Bankruptcy Act---.
36. Specific proceedings under the Bankruptcy Act----
37. The priority statute and liens of other claimants...
38. Conveyances, mortgages and attachments...
V. Policy Against Contract Gratuities
10. Policy against contract gratuities.
12. Assumption of control by the President___
13. Implementing regulations-Department of Defense----
14. Restrictions in appropriation acts-preference for the