The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1989 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 450 - Practical application means to manufacture in the case of a composition or product, to practice in the case of a process or...
Page 18 - Secretary" means the Secretary, the Under Secretary, any Assistant Secretary, or any other head or assistant head of the executive or military department or other Federal agency: and the term "his duly authorized representative...
Page 111 - Government of any supplies or lots thereof does not relieve the Contractor from any responsibility regarding defects or other failures to meet the contract requirements which may be discovered prior to acceptance. Except as otherwise provided in this contract, acceptance shall be conclusive except as regards latent defects, fraud, or such gross mistakes as amount to fraud.
Page 182 - ... (b) All bids shall be publicly opened at the time and place stated in the advertisement. Award shall be made with reasonable promptness by written notice to that responsible bidder whose bid, conforming to the invitation for bids, will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered...
Page 305 - small business concern" is a concern. Including its affiliates, which Is Independently owned and operated, is not dominant In the field of operation in which It Is bidding on Government contracts, and can further qualify under the criteria set forth in regulations of the Small Business Administration (13 CFR 121.3-8).
Page 397 - Labor may provide reasonable limitations and may make rules and regulations allowing reasonable variations, tolerances, and exemptions to and from any or all provisions of this Act respecting minimum rates of pay and maximum hours of labor or the extent of the application of this Act to contractors, as hereinbefore described.
Page 193 - Responsiveness of bids. (a) To be considered for award, a bid must comply in all material respects with the invitation for bids so that, both as to the method and timeliness of submission and as to the substance of any resulting contract, all bidders may stand on an equal footing and the integrity of the formal advertising system may be maintained.
Page 491 - The Comptroller General is authorized and directed to furnish, to any person making application therefor who submits an affidavit that he has supplied labor or materials for such work and payment therefor has not been made or that he is being sued on any such bond, a certified copy of such bond and the contract for which it was given, which copy shall be prima facie evidence of the contents, execution, and delivery of the original...
Page 236 - based on" adequate price competition if it results directly from such competition or, if price analysis (not cost analysis) shows clearly that the price is reasonable in comparison with current or recent prices for the same or substantially the same items procured in comparable quantities under contracts awarded as a result of adequate price competition (eg, (a...
Page 99 - Components. 61. Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment. 62. Lighting Fixtures and Lamps. 63. Alarm and Signal Systems. 65. Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies. 66. Instruments and Laboratory Equipment. 67. Photographic Equipment. 68. Chemicals and Chemical Products. 69. Training Aids and Devices.

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