2. Where the audit findings have not been corrected or have been corrected only partially, the summary shall describe the reasons for the repetition of the finding and the corrective measures envisaged, as well as any corrective measures partially taken. If the corrective actions taken differ significantly from the corrective actions previously identified in a corrective action plan or in the management decision of the federal agency or transmission company, the summary schedule should include an explanation. f) Within 7 years of the application of a QPL, DQ or QBL by the DoD or NASA, or within 7 years of the initial establishment of a competency requirement by a civilian authority other than NASA, the qualification requirement shall be reviewed and revalidated in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (a) of this Section. For DoD and NASA, qualification requirements other than QPLs, LQMs, and LPLs will be reviewed and revalidated within 7 years of the requirement set out in paragraph (a) of this section. All periods for which a derogation under point (b) of this Section is in force shall be excluded from the calculation of the 7 years during which the review and revalidation are to take place. c) If a federal procurement agency terminates a federal award before the end of the period of service due to significant non-compliance with the terms and conditions of the federal award, the federal procurement agency must report the termination to the OMB-designated integrity and performance system, which is accessible through SAM (currently FAPIIS). (a) the publication of qualification requirements. If active competition for the anticipated future qualification requirements is expected to be less than two manufacturers or the products of two manufacturers, the activity responsible for determining the qualification requirements must – (2) Life insurance costs of trustees, officers or other employees in positions of similar responsibility are permitted only to the extent that the insurance provides a Compensation supplement. The cost of such insurance, if the non-federal entity is designated as the beneficiary, is not permitted. The contracts of the non-federal undertaking shall contain the applicable provisions described in Annex II to this Part. 2. The value of the donated equipment shall not exceed the fair value of the equipment of the same age and condition at the time of donation.
(v) The federal government shall receive a reasonable share of all previously approved pension costs (including the resulting income) that accrue or accrue to the non-federal agency in the form of a refund, withdrawal or other credit. (h) the costs are incurred during the approved financial year; The Federal Agency for Public Procurement is entitled, at its sole discretion, to waive prior written authorizations for the transfer of balances not related to subsequent budget periods in accordance with Article 200.308(e)(3). (a) Pre-marketing. Where a qualification requirement applies to a purchase, the procuring entity shall verify the applicable QPL, QML or QBL or any other identification of the sources that have met the requirement before issuing a request to determine whether the number of sources is suitable for competition. (See paragraph 9.204(a) on the tasks of the Agency`s activities responsible for determining the qualification requirement.) (b) For non-federal entities that are not states, payment methods must minimize the time elapsed between the transfer of funds from the United States Treasury or the transfer office and disbursement by the non-federal agency; whether or not the payment is made by electronic money transfer. or the issuance or exchange of cheques, warrants or payment orders by other means. See also § 200.302(b)(6). Unless otherwise noted in this Section, federal organizations must require recipients to use only information gathering requests approved by the OMB and government-wide to request payments.
(1) Suspension is a serious measure which must be imposed on the basis of sufficient evidence until the conclusion of the investigation or judicial proceedings if it has been established that immediate action is necessary to protect the interests of the Government. When assessing the adequacy of the evidence, authorities should take into account the amount of information available, its credibility in the circumstances, whether or not significant allegations are confirmed and the conclusions that can reasonably be drawn from them. This assessment should include a review of core documents such as contracts, inspection reports and correspondence. 1. Before awarding a contract that exceeds the simplified procurement threshold, the client must review the performance and integrity information (FIIF) available in the Federal Scholarship Performance and Integrity Information System (SIIF) (FAPIIS) (available at www.cpars.gov), including PIIF information from the Attribution Management System (SAM) Exclusions and the Contractor Performance Reporting System (CPARS). (a) § 200.201 Use of grant agreements (including lump sums), cooperation agreements and contracts, paragraph (b)(5); (1) Determines who is entitled to what federal assistance; Pre-award costs are those incurred prior to the effective date of the federal arbitration or subcontracting directly in connection with the negotiation and in anticipation of the federal award, provided that such costs are necessary for the effective and timely performance of the scope of work. These costs are eligible only to the extent that they could have been approved after the date of the federal award and only with the written consent of the federal procurement authority. If these costs are charged to the arbitral award, they must be charged to the initial budget period of the award, unless the federal contracting authority or issuing body decides otherwise.
(b) The provision of 52.209-11, Representation by Corporations Regarding Delinquent Tax Liability or a Criminal Conviction under a federal law, sets out sections 744 and 745 of Section E of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015 (Pub. L. 113-235) (and similar provisions in subsequent laws on the authorization of financing). If a bidder responds in lieu of paragraph (b)(1) or (2) of the provision of section 52.209-11 or paragraph (q)(2)(i) or (ii) of paragraph 52.212-3, the contract agent – (2) The non-federal entity will negotiate the amount of eligible interest costs associated with the acquisition of entities with an asset cost of $1 million or more. as described in paragraph (c)(7) of this section. To this end, a non-federal entity only has to consider the inflows and outflows of funds attributable to the portion of real property used for federal premiums. (f) Reporting retention requirements. The controlled entities shall keep a copy of the data collection form described in paragraph (b) of this section and a copy of the set of reports described in paragraph (c) of this section on file for three years from the date of submission to the ACS. (j) Within 30 calendar days of receipt of the request for budgetary revision, the Federal Office of Public Procurement shall examine the application and inform the beneficiary whether the budget revisions have been approved. .