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e-CFR Data is current as of April 22, 2014

Title 48: Federal Acquisition Regulations System
PART 302—DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND TERMS
Subpart 302.70—Common HHSAR Acronyms and Abbreviations


302.7000   Common HHSAR acronyms and abbreviations.

(a) The HHSAR cites numerous acquisition-related and organizational acronyms and abbreviations. Each of these is established where first cited in the text, following the use of the unabbreviated term, and are used in subsequent subparts of that part or any other part of the HHSAR.

(b) The table below cites, for reference purposes, the most commonly used acronyms and abbreviations—i.e., those that have applicability to multiple parts of the HHSAR, and where they are first cited. They are listed alphabetically. The HHSAR also contains other acronyms and abbreviations, which because they are cited only in one HHSAR part, subpart, section, or in reference to a particular topic, are not listed in the table. An example is DCIS (Departmental Contracts Information System) cited in subpart 304.602.

Acronym/abbreviationTermWhere first cited in the HHSAR
A & EArchitect and engineer (contracts)304.803-70(b).
AHRQAgency for Healthcare Research and Quality301.270(b).
APAcquisition Plan301.606-71.
ASFRAssistant Secretary for Financial Resources (in OS)301.103(b).
ASPR/OAMCGAssistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Office of Acquisitions Management, Contracts and Grants301.270(b).
Associate DAS for AcquisitionAssociate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition (in OS/ASFR/OGAPA/DA)301.270(a).
BPA or BPAsBlanket Purchase Agreement(s)301.603-70(b).
CACompetition Advocate306.202(a).
CAOChief Acquisition Officer (for HHS)301.603-72(a)(4).
CCOChief of the Contracting Office301.602-3(b)(3).
CDCCenters for Disease Control and Prevention301.270(b).
CFRCode of Federal Regulations301.103(c).
CIOChief Information Officer (for HHS)301.607-73(a).
CMSCenters for Medicare and Medicaid Services301.270(b).
COTRContracting Officer's Technical Representative301.604-70.
D&FDetermination and Findings306.202(b)(1).
DADivision of Acquisition (in ASFR) in OS301.270(b).
DASFMPDeputy Assistant Secretary for Facilities Management and Policy301.607-73(a).
DAS/GAPADeputy Assistant Secretary for Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability309.403.
EITElectronic information technology301.603-73(e).
EVMEarned value management301.603-73(a).
FARFederal Acquisition Regulation301.101(a).
FDAFood and Drug Administration301.270(b).
FedBizOppsFederal Business Opportunities305.205(a).
FSSFederal Supply Schedule304.803-70(b).
GLDGeneral Law Division (typically referred to with “OGC”)301.602-3(c)(5).
GSAGeneral Services Administration304.803-70(b).
GWACGovernment-wide acquisition contract304.803-70(b).
HCAHead of the Contracting Activity301.470(a).
HHS(Department of) Health and Human Services301.101(a).
HHSARHealth and Human Services Acquisition Regulation301.101(a).
HRSAHealth Resources and Services Administration301.270(b).
HUBZoneHistorically Underutilized Business Zone305.205(a)(2).
IDIQindefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (contract type)301.603-70(b).
IHSIndian Health Service301.270(b).
ITinformation technology301.604-74(a).
JOFOCJustification for Other than Full and Open Competition306.303-1(b)(1).
NIHNational Institutes of Health301.270(b).
OCIOOffice of the Chief Information Officer (for HHS)301.603-73(a).
OFMPOffice of Facilities Management and Policy (for HHS)301.603-73(a).
OGAPAOffice of Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability301.270(b).
OGCOffice of the General Counsel301.602-3(c)(5).
OIGOffice of the Inspector General303.104-7(a)(2)(i).
OMBOffice of Management and Budget301.106.
OPDIVOperating Division301.603-73(a).
OSOffice of the Secretary302.101(a).
OSDBUOffice of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (in OS)307.104(a)(4).
Pub. L.Public Law304.604.
PWSperformance work statement (typically cited with SOW)304.1300(c).
PSCProgram Support Center (in OS)301.270(b).
R&Dresearch and development301.607-72(b).
RFIRequest for Information305.205(a).
SAMHSASubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration301.270(b).
SBSSmall Business Specialist (in OSDBU)307.104(a)(4).
SFStandard Form301.603-1(b).
SOWstatement of work [inclusive of specification(s)] and typically cited with PWS304.1300(c).
SPESenior Procurement Executive—i.e., Associate DAS for Acquisition301.603-71.
STAFFDIVStaff Division (in OS)311.7001(b).

[74 FR 62398, Nov. 27, 2009, as amended at 75 FR 21510, Apr. 26, 2010]



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