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Title 2Subtitle BChapter XXIVPart 2424


TITLE 2—Grants and Agreements

Subtitle B—FEDERAL AGENCY REGULATIONS FOR GRANTS AND AGREEMENTS

CHAPTER XXIV—DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

PART 2424—NONPROCUREMENT DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION

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§2424.10
What does this part do?
§2424.20
Does this part apply to me?
§2424.30
What policies and procedures must I follow?

Subpart A—GENERAL

§2424.137
Who in HUD may grant an exception to let an excluded person participate in a covered transaction?
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Subpart B—COVERED TRANSACTIONS

§2424.220
What contracts and subcontracts, in addition to those listed in 2 CFR 180.220, are covered transactions?
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Subpart C—RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARTICIPANTS REGARDING TRANSACTIONS

§2424.300
What must I do before I enter into a covered transaction with another person at the next lower tier (HUD supplement to governmentwide definition at 2 CFR 180.300)?
§2424.332
What methods must I use to pass requirements down to participants at lower tiers with whom I intend to do business?
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Subpart D—RESPONSIBILITIES OF FEDERAL AGENCY OFFICIALS REGARDING TRANSACTIONS

§2424.437
What method do I use to communicate to a participant the requirements described in the OMB guidance at 2 CFR 180.435?
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Subparts E-F [Reserved]

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Subpart G—SUSPENSION

§2424.747
Who conducts fact finding for HUD suspensions?
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Subpart H—DEBARMENT

§2424.842
Who conducts fact finding for HUD debarments?
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Subpart I—DEFINITIONS

§2424.952
Hearing officer.
§2424.970
Nonprocurement transaction (HUD supplement to governmentwide definition at 2 CFR 180.970).
§2424.995
Principal (HUD supplement to governmentwide definition at 2 CFR 180.995).
§2424.1017
Ultimate beneficiary.
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Subpart J—LIMITED DENIAL OF PARTICIPATION

§2424.1100
What is a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1105
Who may issue a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1110
When may a HUD official issue a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1115
When does a limited denial of participation take effect?
§2424.1120
How long may a limited denial of participation last?
§2424.1125
How does a limited denial of participation start?
§2424.1130
How may I contest my limited denial of participation?
§2424.1135
Do Federal agencies coordinate limited denial of participation actions?
§2424.1140
What is the scope of a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1145
May HUD impute the conduct of one person to another in a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1150
What is the effect of a suspension or debarment on a limited denial of participation?
§2424.1155
What is the effect of a limited denial of participation on a suspension or a debarment?
§2424.1160
May a limited denial of participation be terminated before the term of the limited denial of participation expires?
§2424.1165
How is a limited denial of participation reported?


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