41 U.S.C. 1702(b)(3)(G) requires the heads of the Agency to establish and maintain a procurement career management program and a system for selecting, appointing, and terminating the appointment of contract managers. Heads of agencies or their servants may select and appoint contract staff and terminate their duties. These selections and appointments must comply with the Federal Procurement Policy Office (FRPP) standards for competency-based training in the performance of contract and procurement tasks, as published in OLREP Policy Letter No. 05-01, Procurement Workforce Development and Management, April 15, 2005. 5. The procuring entity shall recommend payment and the lawyer shall accept the recommendation, unless the Agency`s procedures expressly require such consent; A procurement strategy in which more than one contractor able to perform the contract is invited to submit a bid for supplies and services. The successful contractor shall be selected on the basis of criteria determined by the Agency`s contractual body and the programme offices for which the work is to be carried out. The Defense Logistics Agency administers the DoD Procurement Technical Assistance (PTAC) Cooperation Agreement Program on behalf of the Secretary of Defense. PTA centres are designed as a local resource that helps businesses market products and services to government. (a) a copy of the letter of appointment of the contracting entity and other documents describing the tasks and responsibilities of the CoR; An act of an authorized government official (purchaser) by which the government consents to the ownership of existing and identified supplies or approves certain services provided as partial or complete performance of a contract. (1) An inherent state function includes, but is not limited to, the interpretation and implementation of U.S.
laws to (i) determine the extent of the CoR`s power to act on behalf of the contract agent; Forward Price Rate Recommendation means a rate set unilaterally by the Administrative Contracting Officer for use by the Government in connection with negotiations or other contractual measures if negotiations on the forward pricing agreement have not yet been concluded or if the Contractor does not agree to a forward price agreement. (6) A non-development-related article if the procuring entity determines that the product was developed exclusively at private cost and that it was sold in significant quantities on a competitive basis to several state and local governments or to several foreign governments. A corporation, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, is not dominant in the area in which it is seeking government contracts and qualifies as a small business according to the criteria and size standards set out in Part 121 of 13 CFR (see 19.102). Such an undertaking is `not dominant in its field of activity` if it does not exercise at national level a dominant or significant influence in a type of commercial activity in which several sectors of activity are mainly active. In determining whether there is a dominant position, all appropriate factors must be taken into account, including business volume, number of employees, financial resources, competitive status or position, ownership or control of materials, processes, patents, licensing agreements, facilities, distribution territory and type of business activity. Ineligible funds excluded from public procurement (and, where applicable, subcontracting) in accordance with the law, the Implementing Regulations or the regulatory authority, with the exception of this Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1) and its implementing and supplementary provisions; (e.B. depending on – The head of a departmental element to whom the Director of Procurement and Project Management has delegated authority: awarding and management of contracts, purchase contracts and/or grant instruments; appoints contract employees, OMOs or POs to represent it in the management of all contractual requirements and obligations relating to the government`s personal assets; and exercise overall responsibility for the management of the contractual activity. Suspension means the measure taken by a public servant suspended under section 9,407 to temporarily exclude a contractor from government procurement and subcontracting approved by the Government; A contractor who is disqualified will be “suspended”. Excluded from public procurement (and, where applicable, subcontracting) in accordance with the law, the implementing regulation or the regulatory authority. The termination of an appointment of a member of the contract staff shall be effected by letter, unless the certificate of appointment contains other provisions relating to automatic termination.
Layoffs may be made for reasons such as reassignment, termination of employment, or unsatisfactory performance. A termination does not apply retroactively. (10) Other information marked “Source Selection Information – See FAR 2.101 and 3.104” that is based on a case-by-case decision by the head of the agency or client that disclosure would compromise the integrity or success of the procurement of the federal authority to which the information relates. General and administrative expenses (general and administrative expenses) means all administrative, financial and other expenses incurred or allocated to a business entity that are intended for the general administration and administration of the business entity as a whole. Overhead and administrative costs do not include administrative costs, the causal or beneficial relationship to cost targets can be measured more directly by a base other than a cost input base, which represents the total activity of a business unit during an analytical accounting period. Factory Clearance Agent means an authorized representative of the Contract Agent, appointed in accordance with agency procedures and responsible for the review, redistribution and disposal of the Contractor`s inventory from a contractor`s facility or construction site. The term “Contractor`s Facility” includes, but is not limited to, facilities operated by State Contractors, federal facilities, and federal and non-federal industrial operations, as required by the Agreement. (1) A product other than real property of a type commonly used by the general public or by non-governmental organizations for purposes other than government, and – Construction or work is a construction activity as opposed to the manufacture, supply of materials or maintenance and repair work.
Conditions include, but are not limited to, buildings, structures and improvements of all kinds, such as bridges, dams, factories, highways, park roads, roads, subways, tunnels, sewers, networks, power lines, pumping stations, heavy generators, railways, airports, terminals, wharves, roads, lighthouses, buoys, jetties, breakwaters, canals, dredging, shoring structures, rehabilitation and reactivation of facilities, scaffolding, drilling, blasting, excavation, clearing and landscaping. The manufacture or supply of materials, articles, supplies or equipment (whether or not a federal or state agency acquires ownership of such materials, articles, supplies or equipment during manufacture or establishment or owns the materials from which they are made or made available) is not a “building” or “work” within the meaning of this definition, unless: they are performed in connection with and at the location of a building or such work, as indicated in the preceding sentence or under the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 and the Housing Act of 1949 during the construction or development of the project. 3. The ratifying authority referred to in point (b)(2) of this Subsection may be delegated in accordance with the Agency`s procedures, but in no case shall the authority be delegated below the level of the head of the contracting entity. A natural person, including the technical representative of a contracting entity (COTR), who has been designated in writing by the contracting entity and authorised to perform certain technical or administrative tasks. Contracting officers are responsible for ensuring the implementation of all measures necessary for efficient procurement, ensuring compliance with the terms of the contract, and protecting the interests of the United States in its contractual relationship. In order to be able to carry out those tasks, contracting entities should be given a wide margin of manoeuvre to exercise commercial judgment. Contract staff: — (4) The contract staff who verifies the unauthorised undertaking shall determine that the price is fair and reasonable; A person with the authority to enter into, manage and/or terminate contracts and to make related decisions and decisions. That term includes certain representatives of the contracting authority acting within the limits of their powers conferred by the contracting authority. A representative of a contracting authority (RDC) is present at the technical supervision or management of a contract (see 1.602-2 (d)). The CoR keeps a file for each assigned task.
The file must be at least – Claim means a written claim or written affirmation of one of the contracting parties, which, by law, requests the payment of a sum of a certain amount, the adaptation or interpretation of the contractual conditions or any other remedy arising out of or in connection with the contract. However, any claim or written statement by contractor requesting payment of funds in excess of $100,000 is not a claim under Chapter 71 of Chapter 71 of the United States, Contractual Disputes,.C unless confirmed by law. A voucher, invoice or other current payment request that is not disputed at the time of submission is not a claim. The tender may be converted into a claim by written notification to the contract agent in accordance with paragraph 33.206(a) if it is contested in terms of liability or amount or if it is not processed within a reasonable time. (d) designate and authorise a representative of a contract agent (CoR) in writing and in accordance with the Agency`s procedures for all contracts and contracts other than fixed prices and, where appropriate, for fixed-price contracts and contracts, unless the contract agent retains and performs the tasks of the CoR.