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FAC Number: 2022-08
Effective Date: 10/28/2022

Federal Acquisition Regulation

Part 19 - Small Business Programs

      19.000 Scope of part.

      19.001 Definitions.

      Subpart 19.1 - Size Standards

           19.101 [Reserved]

           19.102 Small business size standards and North American Industry Classification System codes.

           19.103 Appealing the contracting officer's North American Industry Classification System code and size standard determination.

      Subpart 19.2 - Policies

           19.201 General policy.

           19.202 Specific policies.

                19.202-1 Encouraging small business participation in acquisitions.

                19.202-2 Locating small business sources.

                19.202-3 Equal low bids.

                19.202-4 Solicitation.

                19.202-5 Data collection and reporting requirements.

                19.202-6 Determination of fair market price.

           19.203 Relationship among small business programs.

      Subpart 19.3 - Determination of Small Business Size and Status for Small Business Programs

           19.301 Representations and rerepresentations.

                19.301-1 Representation by the offeror.

                19.301-2 Rerepresentation by a contractor that represented itself as a small business concern.

                19.301-3 Rerepresentation by a contractor that represented itself as other than a small business concern.

           19.302 Protesting a small business representation or rerepresentation.

           19.303 [Reserved].

           19.304 Small disadvantaged business status.

           19.305 Reviews and protests of SDB status.

           19.306 Protesting a firm’s status as a HUBZone small business concern.

           19.307 Protesting a firm’s status as a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.

           19.308 Protesting a firm’s status as an economically disadvantaged women-owned small business concern or women-owned small business concern eligible under the Women-Owned Small Business Program.

           19.309 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

      Subpart 19.4 - Cooperation with the Small Business Administration

           19.401 General.

           19.402 Small Business Administration procurement center representatives.

           19.403 [Reserved].

      Subpart 19.5 - Small Business Total Set-Asides, Partial Set-Asides, and Reserves

           19.501 General.

           19.502 Setting aside acquisitions.

                19.502-1 Requirements for setting aside acquisitions.

                19.502-2 Total small business set-asides.

                19.502-3 Partial set-asides of contracts other than multiple-award contracts.

                19.502-4 Partial set-asides of multiple-award contracts.

                19.502-5 Insufficient reasons for not setting aside an acquisition.

                19.502-6 Setting aside a class of acquisitions for small business.

                19.502-7 Inclusion of Federal Prison Industries, Inc.

                19.502-8 Rejecting Small Business Administration recommendations.

                19.502-9 Withdrawing or modifying small business set-asides.

                19.502-10 Automatic dissolution of a small business set-aside.

                19.502-11 Solicitation notice regarding administration of change orders for construction.

           19.503 Reserves.

           19.504 Orders under multiple-award contracts.

           19.505 Limitations on subcontracting and nonmanufacturer rule.

           19.506 Documentation requirements.

           19.507 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

      Subpart 19.6 - Certificates of Competency and Determinations of Responsibility

           19.601 General.

           19.602 Procedures.

                19.602-1 Referral.

                19.602-2 Issuing or denying a Certificate of Competency (COC).

                19.602-3 Resolving differences between the agency and the Small Business Administration.

                19.602-4 Awarding the contract.

      Subpart 19.7 - The Small Business Subcontracting Program

           19.701 Definitions.

           19.702 Statutory requirements.

           19.703 Eligibility requirements for participating in the program.

           19.704 Subcontracting plan requirements.

           19.705 Responsibilities of the contracting officer under the subcontracting assistance program.

                19.705-1 General.

                19.705-2 Determining the need for a subcontracting plan.

                19.705-3 Preparing the solicitation.

                19.705-4 Reviewing the subcontracting plan.

                19.705-5 Awards involving subcontracting plans.

                19.705-6 Postaward responsibilities of the contracting officer.

                19.705-7 Compliance with the subcontracting plan.

           19.706 Responsibilities of the cognizant administrative contracting officer.

           19.707 The Small Business Administration’s role in carrying out the program.

           19.708 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 19.8 - Contracting with the Small Business Administration (The 8(a) Program)

           19.800 General.

           19.801 [Reserved]

           19.802 Determining eligibility for the 8(a) program.

           19.803 Selecting acquisitions for the 8(a) Program.

           19.804 Evaluation, offering, and acceptance.

                19.804-1 Agency evaluation.

                19.804-2 Agency offering.

                19.804-3 SBA acceptance.

                19.804-4 Repetitive acquisitions.

                19.804-5 Basic ordering agreements.

                19.804-6 Indefinite delivery contracts.

           19.805 Competitive 8(a).

                19.805-1 General.

                19.805-2 Procedures.

           19.806 Pricing the 8(a) contract.

           19.807 Estimating fair market price.

           19.808 Contract negotiation.

                19.808-1 Sole source.

                19.808-2 Competitive.

           19.809 Preaward considerations.

                19.809-1 Preaward survey.

                19.809-2 Limitations on subcontracting and nonmanufacturer rule.

           19.810 SBA appeals.

           19.811 Preparing the contracts.

                19.811-1 Sole source.

                19.811-2 Competitive.

                19.811-3 Contract clauses.

           19.812 Contract administration.

           19.813 Protesting an 8(a) participant's eligibility or size status.

           19.814 Requesting a formal size determination (8(a) sole source requirements).

           19.815 Release for non-8(a) procurement.

           19.816 Exiting the 8(a) program.

      Subpart 19.9 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 19.10 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 19.11 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 19.12 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 19.13 - Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Program

           19.1301 General.

           19.1302 [Reserved].

           19.1303 Status as a HUBZone small business concern.

           19.1304 Exclusions.

           19.1305 HUBZone set-aside procedures.

           19.1306 HUBZone sole-source awards.

           19.1307 Price evaluation preference for HUBZone small business concerns.

           19.1308 [Reserved].

           19.1309 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 19.14 - Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Procurement Program

           19.1401 General.

           19.1402 Applicability.

           19.1403 Status as a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.

           19.1404 Exclusions.

           19.1405 Service-disabled veteran-owned small business set-aside procedures.

           19.1406 Sole source awards to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns.

           19.1407 [Reserved]

           19.1408 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 19.15 - Women-Owned Small Business Program.

           19.1500 General.

           19.1501 [Reserved]

           19.1502 Applicability.

           19.1503 Status.

           19.1504 Exclusions.

           19.1505 Set-aside procedures.

           19.1506 Women-Owned Small Business Program sole-source awards.

           19.1507 [Reserved]

           19.1508 Contract clauses.

19.000 Scope of part.

      (a) This part implements the acquisition-related sections of the Small Business Act ( 15 U.S.C. 631, et seq.), applicable sections of the Armed Services Procurement Act ( 10 U.S.C. 2302, et seq.), 41 U.S.C. 3104, and Executive Order 12138, May 18, 1979. It covers-

           (1) The determination that a concern is eligible for participation in the programs identified in this part;

           (2) The respective roles of executive agencies and the Small Business Administration (SBA) in implementing the programs;

           (3) Setting acquisitions aside, in total or in part, for exclusive competitive participation by small business, 8(a) participants, HUBZone small business concerns, service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, and economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concerns and women-owned small business (WOSB) concerns eligible under the WOSB Program;

           (4) The certificate of competency program;

           (5) The subcontracting assistance program;

           (6) The "8(a)" business development program (hereafter referred to as 8(a) program), under which agencies contract with the SBA for goods or services to be furnished under a subcontract by a small disadvantaged business concern;

           (7) The use of a price evaluation preference for HUBZone small business concerns;

           (8) The use of veteran-owned small business concerns;

           (9) Sole source awards to HUBZone small business concerns, service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, and EDWOSB concerns and WOSB concerns eligible under the WOSB Program; and

           (10) The use of reserves.

      (b)

(1) Unless otherwise specified in this part (see Subpart 19.6 - Certificates of Competency and Determinations of Responsibility and Subpart 19.7 - The Small Business Subcontracting Program)—

                (i)Contracting officers shall apply this part in the United States and its outlying areas; and

                (ii)Contracting officers may apply this part outside the United States and its outlying areas.

           (2)Offerors that participate in any procurement under this part are required to meet the definition of “small business concern” at 2.101 and the definition of “concern” at 19.001.

19.001 Definitions.

As used in this part-

Concern means any business entity organized for profit (even if its ownership is in the hands of a nonprofit entity) with a place of business located in the United States or its outlying areas and that makes a significant contribution to the U.S. economy through payment of taxes and/or use of American products, material and/or labor, etc. "Concern" includes but is not limited to an individual, partnership, corporation, joint venture, association, or cooperative. For more information, see 13 CFR 121.105.

Fair market price means a price based on reasonable costs under normal competitive conditions and not on lowest possible cost (see 19.202-6).

Industry means all concerns primarily engaged in similar lines of activity, as listed and described in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) manual.

Similarly situated entity means a first-tier subcontractor, including an independent contractor, that—

           (1)Has the same small business program status as that which qualified the prime contractor for the award (e.g., for a small business set-aside contract, any small business concern, without regard to socioeconomic status); and

           (2)Is considered small for the size standard under the NAICS code the prime contractor assigned to the subcontract.

Subpart 19.9 - [Reserved]

Subpart 19.10 - [Reserved]

Subpart 19.11 - [Reserved]

Subpart 19.12 - [Reserved]

Part 20 - Reserved

Part 21 - Reserved

Part 22 - Application of Labor Laws to Government Acquisitions

      22.000 Scope of part.

      22.001 Definitions.

      Subpart 22.1 - Basic Labor Policies

           22.101 Labor relations.

                22.101-1 General.

                22.101-2 Contract pricing and administration.

                22.101-3 Reporting labor disputes.

                22.101-4 Removal of items from contractors’ facilities affected by work stoppages.

           22.102 Federal and State labor requirements.

                22.102-1 Policy.

                22.102-2 Administration.

           22.103 Overtime.

                22.103-1 Definition.

                22.103-2 Policy.

                22.103-3 Procedures.

                22.103-4 Approvals.

                22.103-5 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 22.2 - Convict Labor

           22.201 General.

           22.202 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.3 - Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act

           22.300 Scope of subpart.

           22.301 Statutory requirement.

           22.302 Liquidated damages and overtime pay.

           22.303 Administration and enforcement.

           22.304 Variations, tolerances, and exemptions.

           22.305 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.4 - Labor Standards for Contracts Involving Construction

           22.400 Scope of subpart.

           22.401 Definitions.

           22.402 Applicability.

           22.403 Statutory, Executive Order, and regulatory requirements.

                22.403-1 Construction Wage Rate Requirements statute.

                22.403-2 Copeland Act.

                22.403-3 Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards.

                22.403-4 Executive Orders 13658 and 14026.

                22.403-5 Executive Order 13706.

                22.403-6 Department of Labor regulations involving construction.

           22.404 Construction Wage Rate Requirements statute wage determinations.

                22.404-1 Types of wage determinations.

                22.404-2 General requirements.

                22.404-3 Procedures for requesting wage determinations.

                22.404-4 Solicitations issued without wage determinations for the primary site of the work.

                22.404-5 Expiration of project wage determinations.

                22.404-6 Modifications of wage determinations.

                22.404-7 Correction of wage determinations containing clerical errors.

                22.404-8 Notification of improper wage determination before award.

                22.404-9 Award of contract without required wage determination.

                22.404-10 Posting wage determinations and notice.

                22.404-11 Wage determination appeals.

                22.404-12 Labor standards for contracts containing construction requirements and option provisions that extend the term of the contract.

           22.405 [Reserved]

           22.406 Administration and enforcement.

                22.406-1 Policy.

                22.406-2 Wages, fringe benefits, and overtime.

                22.406-3 Additional classifications.

                22.406-4 Apprentices and trainees.

                22.406-5 Subcontracts.

                22.406-6 Payrolls and statements.

                22.406-7 Compliance checking.

                22.406-8 Investigations.

                22.406-9 Withholding from or suspension of contract payments.

                22.406-10 Disposition of disputes concerning construction contract labor standards enforcement.

                22.406-11 Contract terminations.

                22.406-12 Cooperation with the Department of Labor.

                22.406-13 Semiannual enforcement reports.

           22.407 Solicitation provision and contract clauses.

      Subpart 22.5 - Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects

           22.501 Scope of subpart.

           22.502 Definitions.

           22.503 Policy.

           22.504 General requirements for project labor agreements.

           22.505 Solicitation provision and contract clause.

      Subpart 22.6 - Contracts for Materials, Supplies, Articles, and Equipment

           22.601 [Reserved]

           22.602 Statutory requirements.

           22.603 Applicability.

           22.604 Exemptions.

                22.604-1 Statutory exemptions.

                22.604-2 Regulatory exemptions.

           22.605 Rulings and interpretations of the statute.

           22.606 [Reserved]

           22.607 [Reserved]

           22.608 Procedures.

           22.609 [Reserved]

           22.610 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.7 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 22.8 - Equal Employment Opportunity

           22.800 Scope of subpart.

           22.801 Definitions.

           22.802 General.

           22.803 Responsibilities.

           22.804 Affirmative action programs.

                22.804-1 Nonconstruction.

                22.804-2 Construction.

           22.805 Procedures.

           22.806 Inquiries.

           22.807 Exemptions.

           22.808 Complaints.

           22.809 Enforcement.

           22.810 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

      Subpart 22.9 - Nondiscrimination Because of Age

           22.901 Policy.

           22.902 Handling complaints.

      Subpart 22.10 - Service Contract Labor Standards

           22.1000 Scope of subpart.

           22.1001 Definitions.

           22.1002 Statutory and Executive order requirements.

                22.1002-1 General.

                22.1002-2 Wage determinations based on prevailing rates.

                22.1002-3 Wage determinations based on collective bargaining agreements.

                22.1002-4 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act minimum wage.

                22.1002-5 Executive Orders 13658 and 14026.

                22.1002-6 Executive Order 13706.

           22.1003 Applicability.

                22.1003-1 General.

                22.1003-2 Geographical coverage of the Act.

                22.1003-3 Statutory exemptions.

                22.1003-4 Administrative limitations, variations, tolerances, and exemptions.

                22.1003-5 Some examples of contracts covered.

                22.1003-6 Repair distinguished from remanufacturing of equipment.

                22.1003-7 Questions concerning applicability of the Service Contract Labor Standards statute.

           22.1004 Department of Labor responsibilities and regulations.

           22.1005 [Reserved]

           22.1006 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

           22.1007 Requirement to obtain wage determinations.

           22.1008 Procedures for obtaining wage determinations.

                22.1008-1 Obtaining wage determinations.

                22.1008-2 Successorship with incumbent contractor collective bargaining agreement.

           22.1009 Place of performance unknown.

                22.1009-1 General.

                22.1009-2 Attempt to identify possible places of performance.

                22.1009-3 All possible places of performance identified.

                22.1009-4 All possible places of performance not identified.

           22.1010 Notification to interested parties under collective bargaining agreements.

           22.1011 [Reserved]

           22.1012 Applicability of revisions to wage determinations.

                22.1012-1 Prevailing wage determinations.

                22.1012-2 Wage determinations based on collective bargaining agreements.

           22.1013 Review of wage determination.

           22.1014 Delay over 60 days in bid opening or commencement of work.

           22.1015 Discovery of errors by the Department of Labor.

           22.1016 Statement of equivalent rates for Federal hires.

           22.1017 [Reserved]

           22.1018 Notification to contractors and employees.

           22.1019 Additional classes of service employees.

           22.1020 Seniority lists.

           22.1021 Request for hearing.

           22.1022 Withholding of contract payments.

           22.1023 Termination for default.

           22.1024 Cooperation with the Department of Labor.

           22.1025 Ineligibility of violators.

           22.1026 Disputes concerning labor standards.

      Subpart 22.11 - Professional Employee Compensation

           22.1101 Applicability.

           22.1102 Definition.

           22.1103 Policy, procedures, and solicitation provision.

      Subpart 22.12 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 22.13 - Equal Opportunity for Veterans

           22.1300 Scope of subpart.

           22.1301 Definitions.

           22.1302 Policy.

           22.1303 Applicability.

           22.1304 Procedures.

           22.1305 Waivers.

           22.1306 Department of Labor notices and reports.

           22.1307 Collective bargaining agreements.

           22.1308 Complaint procedures.

           22.1309 Actions because of noncompliance.

           22.1310 Solicitation provision and contract clauses.

      Subpart 22.14 - Employment of Workers with Disabilities

           22.1400 Scope of subpart.

           22.1401 Policy.

           22.1402 Applicability.

           22.1403 Waivers.

           22.1404 Department of Labor notices.

           22.1405 Collective bargaining agreements.

           22.1406 Complaint procedures.

           22.1407 Actions because of noncompliance.

           22.1408 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.15 - Prohibition of Acquisition of Products Produced by Forced or Indentured Child Labor

           22.1500 Scope.

           22.1501 Definitions.

           22.1502 Policy.

           22.1503 Procedures for acquiring end products on the List of Products Requiring Contractor Certification as to Forced or Indentured Child Labor.

           22.1504 Violations and remedies.

           22.1505 Solicitation provision and contract clause.

      Subpart 22.16 - Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act

           22.1600 Scope of subpart.

           22.1601 Definitions.

           22.1602 Policy.

           22.1603 Exceptions.

           22.1604 Compliance evaluation and complaint investigations and sanctions for violations.

           22.1605 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.17 - Combating Trafficking in Persons

           22.1700 Scope of subpart.

           22.1701 Applicability.

           22.1702 Definitions.

           22.1703 Policy.

           22.1704 Violations and remedies.

           22.1705 Solicitation provision and contract clause.

      Subpart 22.18 - Employment Eligibility Verification

           22.1800 Scope.

           22.1801 Definitions.

           22.1802 Policy.

           22.1803 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.19 - Increasing the Minimum Wage for Contractors

           22.1900 Scope of subpart.

           22.1901 Definitions.

           22.1902 Policy.

           22.1903 Applicability.

           22.1904 Annual Executive Order Minimum Wage Rate.

           22.1905 Enforcement of Executive Order Minimum Wage Requirements.

           22.1906 Contract clause.

      Subpart 22.20 - [Reserved]

      Subpart 22.21 - Establishing Paid Sick Leave For Federal Contractors

           22.2100 Scope of subpart.

           22.2101 Definitions.

           22.2102 Policy.

           22.2103 Applicability.

           22.2104 Exclusions.

           22.2105 Paid sick leave for Federal contractors and subcontractors.

           22.2106 Prohibited acts.

           22.2107 Waiver of rights.

           22.2108 Multiemployer plans or other funds, plans, or programs.

           22.2109 Enforcement of Executive Order 13706 paid sick leave requirements.

           22.2110 Contract clause.

22.000 Scope of part.

This part-

      (a) Deals with general policies regarding contractor labor relations as they pertain to the acquisition process;

      (b) Prescribes contracting policy and procedures for implementing pertinent labor laws; and

      (c) Prescribes contract clauses with respect to each pertinent labor law.

22.001 Definitions.

Administrator or "Administrator, Wage and Hour Division," as used in this part, means the—

     Administrator

     Wage and Hour Division

     U.S. Department of Labor

     Washington, DC 20210

     or an authorized representative.

Agency labor advisor means an individual responsible for advising contracting agency officials on Federal contract labor matters.

e98 means the Department of Labor’s approved electronic application ( https://www.sam.gov ), whereby a contracting officer submits pertinent information to the Department of Labor and requests a Service Contract Labor Standards statute wage determination directly from the Wage and Hour Division.

Service contract means any Government contract, or subcontract thereunder, the principal purpose of which is to furnish services in the United States through the use of service employees, except as exempted by 41 U.S.C. chapter 67, Service Contract Labor Standards; see 22.1003-3 and 22.1003-4). See 22.1003-5 and 29 CFR 4.130 for a partial list of services covered by the Service Contract Labor Standards statute.

Service employee means any person engaged in the performance of a service contract other than any person employed in a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity, as those terms are defined in 29 CFR part 541. The term "service employee" includes all such persons regardless of any contractual relationship that may be alleged to exist between a contractor or subcontractor and such persons.

Wage Determinations at SAM.gov means the Government internet website for both Construction Wage Rate Requirements statute and Service Contract Labor Standards statute wage determinations available at https://www.sam.gov.

Subpart 22.7 - [Reserved]

Subpart 22.12 - [Reserved]

Subpart 22.20 - [Reserved]

Part 23 - Environment, Energy and Water Efficiency, Renewable Energy Technologies, Occupational Safety, and Drug-Free Workplace

      23.000 Scope.

      23.001 Definitions.

      23.002 Policy.

      Subpart 23.1 - Sustainable Acquisition Policy

           23.101 Definition.

           23.102 Authorities.

           23.103 Sustainable acquisitions.

           23.104 Exceptions.

           23.105 Exemption authority.

      Subpart 23.2 - Energy and Water Efficiency and Renewable Energy

           23.200 Scope.

           23.201 Authorities.

           23.202 Policy.

           23.203 Energy-efficient products.

           23.204 Procurement exemptions.

           23.205 Energy-savings performance contracts.

           23.206 Contract clause.

      Subpart 23.3 - Hazardous Material Identification and Material Safety Data

           23.300 Scope of subpart.

           23.301 Definition.

           23.302 Policy.

           23.303 Contract clause.

      Subpart 23.4 - Use of Recovered Materials and Biobased Products

           23.400 Scope of subpart.

           23.401 Definitions.

           23.402 Authorities.

           23.403 Policy.

           23.404 Agency affirmative procurement programs.

           23.405 Procedures.

           23.406 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

      Subpart 23.5 - Drug-Free Workplace

           23.500 Scope of subpart.

           23.501 Applicability.

           23.502 Authority.

           23.503 Definitions.

           23.504 Policy.

           23.505 Contract clause.

           23.506 Suspension of payments, termination of contract, and debarment and suspension actions.

      Subpart 23.6 - Notice of Radioactive Material

           23.601 Requirements.

           23.602 Contract clause.

      Subpart 23.7 - Contracting for Environmentally Preferable Products and Services

           23.700 Scope.

           23.701 Definitions.

           23.702 Authorities.

           23.703 Policy.

           23.704 Electronic products environmental assessment tool.

           23.705 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 23.8 - Ozone-Depleting Substances and Greenhouse Gases

           23.800 Scope of subpart.

           23.801 Authorities.

           23.802 Policy.

           23.803 Procedures.

           23.804 Contract provision and clauses.

      Subpart 23.9 - Contractor Compliance with Environmental Management Systems

           23.900 Scope.

           23.901 Authority.

           23.902 Policy.

           23.903 Contract clause.

      Subpart 23.10 - Federal Compliance with Right-to-Know Laws and Pollution Prevention Requirements

           23.1000 Scope.

           23.1001 Authorities.

           23.1002 Applicability.

           23.1003 Definitions.

           23.1004 Requirements.

           23.1005 Contract clause.

      Subpart 23.11 - Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging While Driving

           23.1101 Purpose.

           23.1102 Applicability.

           23.1103 Definitions.

           23.1104 Policy.

           23.1105 Contract clause.

23.000 Scope.

This part prescribes acquisition policies and procedures supporting the Government’s program for ensuring a drug-free workplace, for protecting and improving the quality of the environment, and to foster markets for sustainable technologies, materials, products, and services, and for encouraging the safe operation of vehicles.

23.001 Definitions.

As used in this part-

Environmental means environmental aspects of internal agency operations and activities, including those aspects related to energy and transportation functions.

Greenhouse gases means carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perflourocarbons, nitrogen triflouride, and sulfur hexafluoride.

Toxic chemical means a chemical or chemical category listed in 40 CFR 372.65.

United States, except as used in subpart 23.10, means-

           (1) The fifty States;

           (2) The District of Columbia;

           (3) The commonwealths of Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands;

           (4) The territories of Guam, American Samoa, and the United States Virgin Islands; and

           (5) Associated territorial waters and airspace.

23.002 Policy.

Executive Order 13423 sections 3(e) and (f) require that contracts for contractor operation of a Government-owned or -leased facility and contracts for support services at a Government-owned or -operated facility include provisions that obligate the contractor to comply with the requirements of the order to the same extent as the agency would be required to comply if the agency operated or supported the facility. Compliance includes developing programs to promote and implement cost-effective waste reduction.

Part 24 - Protection of Privacy and Freedom of Information

      24.000 Scope of part.

      Subpart 24.1 - Protection of Individual Privacy

           24.101 Definitions.

           24.102 General.

           24.103 Procedures.

           24.104 Contract clauses.

      Subpart 24.2 - Freedom of Information Act

           24.201 Authority.

           24.202 Prohibitions.

           24.203 Policy.

      Subpart 24.3 - Privacy Training

           24.301 Privacy training.

           24.302 Contract clause.

24.000 Scope of part.

This part prescribes policies and procedures that apply requirements of the Privacy Act of1974 ( 5 U.S.C.552a) (the Act) and OMB CircularNo.A-130, December 12,1985, to Government contracts and cites the Freedom of Information Act ( 5 U.S.C.552, as amended).

Part 25 - Foreign Acquisition

      25.000 Scope of part.

      25.001 General.

      25.002 Applicability of subparts.

      25.003 Definitions.

      Subpart 25.1 - Buy American-Supplies

           25.100 Scope of subpart.

           25.101 General.

           25.102 Policy.

           25.103 Exceptions.

           25.104 Nonavailable articles.

           25.105 Critical components and critical items.

           25.106 Determining reasonableness of cost.

      Subpart 25.2 - Buy American-Construction Materials

           25.200 Scope of subpart.

           25.201 Policy.

           25.202 Exceptions.

           25.203 Preaward determinations.

           25.204 Evaluating offers of foreign construction material.

           25.205 Postaward determinations.

           25.206 Noncompliance.

      Subpart 25.3 - Contracts Performed Outside the United States

           25.301 Contractor personnel in a designated operational area or supporting a diplomatic or consular mission outside the United States.

                25.301-1 Scope.

                25.301-2 Government support.

                25.301-3 Weapons.

                25.301-4 Contract clause.

           25.302 Contractors performing private security functions outside the United States.

                25.302-1 Scope.

                25.302-2 Definitions.

                25.302-3 Applicability.

                25.302-4 Policy.

                25.302-5 Remedies.

                25.302-6 Contract clause.

      Subpart 25.4 - Trade Agreements

           25.400 Scope of subpart.

           25.401 Exceptions.

           25.402 General.

           25.403 World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement and Free Trade Agreements.

           25.404 Least developed countries.

           25.405 Caribbean Basin Trade Initiative.

           25.406 Israeli Trade Act.

           25.407 Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft.

           25.408 Procedures.

      Subpart 25.5 - Evaluating Foreign Offers-Supply Contracts

           25.501 General.

           25.502 Application.

           25.503 Group offers.

           25.504 Evaluation examples.

                25.504-1 Buy American statute.

                25.504-2 WTO GPA/Caribbean Basin Trade Initiative/FTAs.

                25.504-3 FTA/Israeli Trade Act.

                25.504-4 Group award basis.

      Subpart 25.6 - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-Buy American statute-Construction Materials

           25.600 Scope of subpart.

           25.601 Definitions.

           25.602 Policy.

                25.602-1 Section 1605 of the Recovery Act.

                25.602-2 Buy American statute

           25.603 Exceptions.

           25.604 Preaward determination concerning the inapplicability of section 1605 of the Recovery Act or the Buy American statute.

           25.605 Evaluating offers of foreign construction material.

           25.606 Postaward determinations.

           25.607 Noncompliance.

      Subpart 25.7 - Prohibited Sources

           25.700 Scope of subpart.

           25.701 Restrictions administered by the Department of the Treasury on acquisitions of supplies or services from prohibited sources.

           25.702 Prohibition on contracting with entities that conduct restricted business operations in Sudan.

                25.702-1 Definitions.

                25.702-2 Certification.

                25.702-3 Remedies.

                25.702-4 Waiver.

           25.703 Prohibition on contracting with entities that engage in certain activities or transactions relating to Iran.

                25.703-1 Definitions.

                25.703-2 Iran Sanctions Act.

                25.703-3 Prohibition on contracting with entities that export sensitive technology to Iran.

                25.703-4 Waiver.

      Subpart 25.8 - Other International Agreements and Coordination

           25.801 General.

           25.802 Procedures.

      Subpart 25.9 - Customs and Duties

           25.900 Scope of subpart.

           25.901 Policy.

           25.902 Procedures.

           25.903 Exempted supplies.

      Subpart 25.10 - Additional Foreign Acquisition Regulations

           25.1001 Waiver of right to examination of records.

           25.1002 Use of foreign currency.

           25.1003 Tax on certain foreign procurements.

      Subpart 25.11 - Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses

           25.1101 Acquisition of supplies.

           25.1102 Acquisition of construction.

           25.1103 Other provisions and clauses.

25.000 Scope of part.

      (a) This part provides policies and procedures for-

           (1) Acquisition of foreign supplies, services, and construction materials; and

           (2) Contracts performed outside the United States.

      (b) It implements 41 U.S.C. chapter 83, Buy American; trade agreements; and other laws and regulations.

25.001 General.

      (a) 41 U.S.C. chapter 83, Buy American-

           (1) Restricts the purchase of supplies, that are not domestic end products, for use within the United States. A foreign end product may be purchased if the contracting officer determines that the price of the lowest domestic offer is unreasonable or if another exception applies (see subpart  25.1); and

           (2) Requires, with some exceptions, the use of only domestic construction materials in contracts for construction in the United States (see subpart  25.2).

      (b) The restrictions in the Buy American statute are not applicable in acquisitions subject to certain trade agreements (see subpart  25.4). In these acquisitions, end products and construction materials from certain countries receive nondiscriminatory treatment in evaluation with domestic offers. Generally, the dollar value of the acquisition determines which of the trade agreements applies. Exceptions to the applicability of the trade agreements are described in subpart  25.4.

      (c) The test to determine the country of origin for an end product under the Buy American statute (see the various country "end product" definitions in 25.003) is different from the test to determine the country of origin for an end product under the trade agreements, or the criteria for the representation on end products manufactured outside the United States (see 52.225-18).

           (1) The Buy American statute uses a two-part test to define a "domestic end product" or "domestic construction material" (manufactured in the United States and a domestic content test). The domestic content test has been waived for acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) items, except a product that consists wholly or predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both (excluding COTS fasteners) (see 25.101(a) and 25.201(b)).

           (2) Under the trade agreements, the test to determine country of origin is "substantial transformation" (i.e., transforming an article into a new and different article of commerce, with a name, character, or use distinct from the original article).

           (3) For the representation at 52.225-18, the only criterion is whether the place of manufacture of an end product is in the United States or outside the United States, without regard to the origin of the components.

           (4) When using funds appropriated under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Pub. L. 111-5), the definition of "domestic manufactured construction material" requires manufacture in the United States but does not include a requirement with regard to the origin of the components. If the construction material consists wholly or predominantly of iron or steel, the iron or steel must be produced in the United States.

25.002 Applicability of subparts.

The following table shows the applicability of the subparts. subpart  25.5 provides comprehensive procedures for offer evaluation and examples.

Subpart

Supplies For Use

Construction

Services Performed

Inside U.S.

Outside U.S.

Inside U.S.

Outside U.S.

Inside U.S.

Outside U.S.

25.1 Buy American- Supplies

X

-

-

-

-

-

25.2 Buy American- Construction Materials

-

-

X

-

-

-

25.3 Contracts Performed Outside the United States

-

X

-

X

-

X

25.4 Trade Agreements

X

X

X

X

X

X

25.5 Evaluating Foreign Offers- Supply Contracts

X

X

-

-

-

-

25.6 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-Buy American statute-Construction Materials

X

25.7 Prohibited Sources

X

X

X

X

X

X

25.8 Other International Agreements and Coordination

X

X

-

X

-

X

25.9 Customs and Duties

X

-

-

-

-

-

25.10 Additional Foreign Acquisition Regulations

X

X

X

X

X

X

25.11 Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses

X

X

X

X

X

X

25.003 Definitions.

As used in this part—

Caribbean Basin country means any of the following countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saba, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, or Trinidad and Tobago.

Caribbean Basin country end product

           (1) Means an article that–

                (i)

(A) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Caribbean Basin country; or

                     (B) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been substantially transformed in a Caribbean Basin country into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed; and

                (ii) Is not excluded from duty-free treatment for Caribbean countries under 19 U.S.C. 2703(b).

                     (A) For this reason, the following articles are not Caribbean Basin country end products:

                          (1) Tuna, prepared or preserved in any manner in airtight containers.

                          (2) Petroleum, or any product derived from petroleum.

                          (3) Watches and watch parts (including cases, bracelets, and straps) of whatever type including, but not limited to, mechanical, quartz digital, or quartz analog, if such watches or watch parts contain any material that is the product of any country to which the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) column 2 rates of duty apply (i.e., Afghanistan, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam).

                          (4) Certain of the following: textiles and apparel articles; footwear, handbags, luggage, flat goods, work gloves, and leather wearing apparel; or handloomed, handmade, and folklore articles.

                     (B) Access to the HTSUS to determine duty-free status of articles of the types listed in paragraph (1)(ii)(A)(4) of this definition is available via the Internet at https://usitc.gov/tata/hts/index.htm. In particular, see the following:

                          (1) General Note 3(c), Products Eligible for Special Tariff treatment.

                          (2) General Note 17, Products of Countries Designated as Beneficiary Countries under the United States- Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act of 2000.

                          (3) Section XXII, Chapter 98, Subchapter II, Articles Exported and Returned, Advanced or Improved Abroad, U.S. Note 7(b).

                          (4) Section XXII, Chapter 98, Subchapter XX, Goods Eligible for Special Tariff Benefits under the United States-Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act; and

           (2) Refers to a product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the acquisition, includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental services does not exceed that of the article itself.

Civil aircraft and related articles means-

           (1) All aircraft other than aircraft to be purchased for use by the Department of Defense or the U.S. Coast Guard;

           (2) The engines (and parts and components for incorporation into the engines) of these aircraft;

           (3) Any other parts, components, and subassemblies for incorporation into the aircraft; and

           (4) Any ground flight simulators, and parts and components of these simulators, for use with respect to the aircraft, whether to be used as original or replacement equipment in the manufacture, repair, maintenance, rebuilding, modification, or conversion of the aircraft and without regard to whether the aircraft or articles receive duty-free treatment under section 601(a)(2) of the Trade Agreements Act.

Component means an article, material, or supply incorporated directly into an end product or construction material.

Construction material means an article, material, or supply brought to the construction site by a contractor or subcontractor for incorporation into the building or work. The term also includes an item brought to the site preassembled from articles, materials, or supplies. However, emergency life safety systems, such as emergency lighting, fire alarm, and audio evacuation systems, that are discrete systems incorporated into a public building or work and that are produced as complete systems, are evaluated as a single and distinct construction material regardless of when or how the individual parts or components of those systems are delivered to the construction site. Materials purchased directly by the Government are supplies, not construction material.

Cost of components means-

           (1) For components purchased by the contractor, the acquisition cost, including transportation costs to the place of incorporation into the end product or construction material (whether or not such costs are paid to a domestic firm), and any applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate is issued); or

           (2) For components manufactured by the contractor, all costs associated with the manufacture of the component, including transportation costs as described in paragraph (1) of this definition, plus allocable overhead costs, but excluding profit. Cost of components does not include any costs associated with the manufacture of the end product.

          

Critical component means a component that is mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States and deemed critical to the U.S. supply chain. The list of critical components is at 25.105.

Critical item means a domestic construction material or domestic end product that is deemed critical to the U.S. supply chain. The list of critical items is at 25.105.

Designated country means any of the following countries:

           (1) A World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement (WTO GPA) country (Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria,, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan (known in the World Trade Organization as "the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu (Chinese Taipei)"), Ukraine, or United Kingdom);

           (2) A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) country (Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Korea (Republic of), Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Peru, or Singapore);

           (3) A least developed country (Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Kiribati, Laos, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, or Zambia); or

           (4) A Caribbean Basin country (Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saba, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, or Trinidad and Tobago).

Designated country end product means a WTO GPA country end product, an FTA country end product, a least developed country end product, or a Caribbean Basin country end product.

Domestic construction material means-

           (1) For use in subparts other than 25.6—

                (i)For construction material that does not consist wholly or predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both

                     (A)An unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in the United States; or

                     (B) A construction material manufactured in the United States, if–

                          (1)The cost of the components mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 60 percent of the cost of all its components, except that the percentage will be 65 percent for items delivered in calendar years 2024 through 2028 and 75 percent for items delivered starting in calendar year 2029 (unless an alternate percentage is established for a contract in accordance with FAR 25.201(c)).Components of unknown origin are treated as foreign; or

                          (2)The construction material is a commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item; or

                (ii)For construction material that consists wholly or predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both, a construction material manufactured in the United States if the cost of foreign iron and steel constitutes less than 5 percent of the cost of all the components used in such construction material. The cost of foreign iron and steel includes but is not limited to the cost of foreign iron or steel mill products (such as bar, billet, slab, wire, plate, or sheet), castings, or forgings utilized in the manufacture of the construction material and a good faith estimate of the cost of all foreign iron or steel components excluding COTS fasteners. Iron or steel components of unknown origin are treated as foreign. If the construction material contains multiple components, the cost of all the materials used in such construction material is calculated in accordance with the definition of “cost of components” in this section; or

           (3)For use in subpart  25.6, see the definition in 25.601.

Domestic end product means-

           (1) For an end product that does not consist wholly or predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both

                (i)An unmanufactured end product mined or produced in the United States;

                (ii)An end product manufactured in the United States, if–

                     (A)The cost of its components mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 60 percent of the cost of all its components, except that the percentage will be 65 percent for items delivered in calendar years 2024 through 2028 and 75 percent for items delivered starting in calendar year 2029 (unless an alternate percentage is established for a contract in accordance with FAR 25.101(d)). Components of unknown origin are treated as foreign. Scrap generated, collected, and prepared for processing in the United States is considered domestic; or

                     (B)The end product is a COTS item; or

           (2)For an end product that consists wholly or predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both, an end product manufactured in the United States, if the cost of foreign iron and steel constitutes less than 5 percent of the cost of all the components used in the end product. The cost of foreign iron and steel includes but is not limited to the cost of foreign iron or steel mill products (such as bar, billet, slab, wire, plate, or sheet), castings, or forgings utilized in the manufacture of the end product and a good faith estimate of the cost of all foreign iron or steel components excluding COTS fasteners. Iron or steel components of unknown origin are treated as foreign. If the end product contains multiple components, the cost of all the materials used in such end product is calculated in accordance with the definition of "cost of components" in this section.

Domestic offer means an offer of a domestic end product. When the solicitation specifies that award will be made on a group of line items, a domestic offer means an offer where the proposed price of the domestic end products exceeds 50 percent of the total proposed price of the group.

Eligible offer means an offer of an eligible product. When the solicitation specifies that award will be made on a group of line items, an eligible offer means a foreign offer where the combined proposed price of the eligible products and the domestic end products exceeds 50 percent of the total proposed price of the group.

Eligible product means a foreign end product, construction material, or service that, due to applicability of a trade agreement to a particular acquisition, is not subject to discriminatory treatment.

End product means those articles, materials, and supplies to be acquired for public use.

Fastener means a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together. Examples of fasteners are nuts, bolts, pins, rivets, nails, clips, and screws.

Foreign construction material means a construction material other than a domestic construction material.

Foreign contractor means a contractor or subcontractor organized or existing under the laws of a country other than the United States.

Foreign end product means an end product other than a domestic end product.

Foreign iron and steel means iron or steel products not produced in the United States. Produced in the United States means that all manufacturing processes of the iron or steel must take place in the United States, from the initial melting stage through the application of coatings, except metallurgical processes involving refinement of steel additives. The origin of the elements of the iron or steel is not relevant to the determination of whether it is domestic or foreign.

Foreign offer means any offer other than a domestic offer.

Free Trade Agreement country means Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Korea (Republic of), Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Peru, or Singapore.

Free Trade Agreement country end product means an article that-

           (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) country; or

           (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been substantially transformed in an FTA country into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product, includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental services does not exceed that of the article itself.

Israeli end product means an article that-

           (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of Israel; or

           (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been substantially transformed in Israel into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed.

Least developed country means any of the following countries: Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Kiribati, Laos, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, or Zambia.

Least developed country end product means an article that-

           (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a least developed country; or

           (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been substantially transformed in a least developed country into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product, includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental services does not exceed that of the article itself.

Noneligible offer means an offer of a noneligible product.

Noneligible product means a foreign end product that is not an eligible product.

Predominantly of iron or steel or a combination of both means that the cost of the iron and steel content exceeds 50 percent of the total cost of all its components. The cost of iron and steel is the cost of the iron or steel mill products (such as bar, billet, slab, wire, plate, or sheet), castings, or forgings utilized in the manufacture of the product and a good faith estimate of the cost of iron or steel components excluding COTS fasteners.

Steel means an alloy that includes at least 50 percent iron, between 0.02 and 2 percent carbon, and may include other elements.

United States means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.

U.S.-made end product means an article that is mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States or that is substantially transformed in the United States into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed.

World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement (WTO GPA) country means any of the following countries: Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, or United Kingdom.

WTO GPA country end product means an article that-

           (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a WTO GPA country; or

           (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been substantially transformed in a WTO GPA country into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental services does not exceed that of the article itself.

Part 26 - Other Socioeconomic Programs

      Subpart 26.1 - Indian Incentive Program

           26.100 Scope of subpart.

           26.101 Definitions.

           26.102 Policy.

           26.103 Procedures.

           26.104 Contract clause.

      Subpart 26.2 - Major Disaster or Emergency Assistance Activities

           26.200 Scope of subpart.

           26.201 Definitions.

           26.202 Local area preference.

                26.202-1 Local area set-aside.

                26.202-2 Evaluation preference.

           26.203 Transition of work.

           26.204 Justification for expenditures to other than local firms.

           26.205 Disaster Response Registry.

           26.206 Solicitation provision and contract clauses.

      Subpart 26.3 - Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions

           26.300 Scope of subpart.

           26.301 [Reserved]

           26.302 General policy.

           26.303 Data collection and reporting requirements.

           26.304 Solicitation provision.

      Subpart 26.4 - Food Donations to Nonprofit Organizations

           26.400 Scope of subpart.

           26.401 Definitions.

           26.402 Policy.

           26.403 Procedures.

           26.404 Contract clause.

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