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Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 919


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER B—CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS (CONTINUED)

PART 919—GOVERNMENTWIDE DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION (NONPROCUREMENT)

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§919.25
How is this part organized?
§919.50
How is this part written?
§919.75
Do terms in this part have special meanings?

Subpart A—GENERAL

§919.100
What does this part do?
§919.105
Does this part apply to me?
§919.110
What is the purpose of the nonprocurement debarment and suspension system?
§919.115
How does an exclusion restrict a person's involvement in covered transactions?
§919.120
May we grant an exception to let an excluded person participate in a covered transaction?
§919.125
Does an exclusion under the nonprocurement system affect a person's eligibility for Federal procurement contracts?
§919.130
Does exclusion under the Federal procurement system affect a person's eligibility to participate in nonprocurement transactions?
§919.135
May the OPM exclude a person who is not currently participating in a nonprocurement transaction?
§919.140
How do I know if a person is excluded?
§919.145
Does this part address persons who are disqualified, as well as those who are excluded from nonprocurement transactions?
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Subpart B—COVERED TRANSACTIONS

§919.200
What is a covered transaction?
§919.205
Why is it important if a particular transaction is a covered transaction?
§919.210
Which nonprocurement transactions are covered transactions?
§919.215
Which nonprocurement transactions are not covered transactions?
§919.220
Are any procurement contracts included as covered transactions?
§919.225
How do I know if a transaction in which I may participate is a covered transaction?
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Subpart C—RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARTICIPANTS REGARDING TRANSACTIONS

Doing Business With Other Persons

§919.300
What must I do before I enter into a covered transaction with another person at the next lower tier?
§919.305
May I enter into a covered transaction with an excluded or disqualified person?
§919.310
What must I do if a Federal agency excludes a person with whom I am already doing business in a covered transaction?
§919.315
May I use the services of an excluded person as a principal under a covered transaction?
§919.320
Must I verify that principals of my covered transactions are eligible to participate?
§919.325
What happens if I do business with an excluded person in a covered transaction?
§919.330
What requirements must I pass down to persons at lower tiers with whom I intend to do business?

Disclosing Information—Primary Tier Participants

§919.335
What information must I provide before entering into a covered transaction with the OPM?
§919.340
If I disclose unfavorable information required under §919.335, will I be prevented from participating in the transaction?
§919.345
What happens if I fail to disclose information required under §919.335?
§919.350
What must I do if I learn of information required under §919.335 after entering into a covered transaction with the OPM?

Disclosing Information—Lower Tier Participants

§919.355
What information must I provide to a higher tier participant before entering into a covered transaction with that participant?
§919.360
What happens if I fail to disclose the information required under §919.355?
§919.365
What must I do if I learn of information required under §919.355 after entering into a covered transaction with a higher tier participant?
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Subpart D—RESPONSIBILITIES OF OPM OFFICIALS REGARDING TRANSACTIONS

§919.400
May I enter into a transaction with an excluded or disqualified person?
§919.405
May I enter into a covered transaction with a participant if a principal of the transaction is excluded?
§919.410
May I approve a participant's use of the services of an excluded person?
§919.415
What must I do if a Federal agency excludes the participant or a principal after I enter into a covered transaction?
§919.420
May I approve a transaction with an excluded or disqualified person at a lower tier?
§919.425
When do I check to see if a person is excluded or disqualified?
§919.430
How do I check to see if a person is excluded or disqualified?
§919.435
What must I require of a primary tier participant?
§919.440
What method do I use to communicate those requirements to participants?
§919.445
What action may I take if a primary tier participant knowingly does business with an excluded or disqualified person?
§919.450
What action may I take if a primary tier participant fails to disclose the information required under §919.335?
§919.455
What may I do if a lower tier participant fails to disclose the information required under §919.355 to the next higher tier?
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Subpart E—EXCLUDED PARTIES LIST SYSTEM

§919.500
What is the purpose of the Excluded Parties List System (EPLS)?
§919.505
Who uses the EPLS?
§919.510
Who maintains the EPLS?
§919.515
What specific information is in the EPLS?
§919.520
Who places the information into the EPLS?
§919.525
Whom do I ask if I have questions about a person in the EPLS?
§919.530
Where can I find the EPLS?
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Subpart F—GENERAL PRINCIPLES RELATING TO SUSPENSION AND DEBARMENT ACTIONS

§919.600
How do suspension and debarment actions start?
§919.605
How does suspension differ from debarment?
§919.610
What procedures does the OPM use in suspension and debarment actions?
§919.615
How does the OPM notify a person of a suspension or debarment action?
§919.620
Do Federal agencies coordinate suspension and debarment actions?
§919.625
What is the scope of a suspension or debarment?
§919.630
May the OPM impute conduct of one person to another?
§919.635
May the OPM settle a debarment or suspension action?
§919.640
May a settlement include a voluntary exclusion?
§919.645
Do other Federal agencies know if the OPM agrees to a voluntary exclusion?
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Subpart G—SUSPENSION

§919.700
When may the suspending official issue a suspension?
§919.705
What does the suspending official consider in issuing a suspension?
§919.710
When does a suspension take effect?
§919.715
What notice does the suspending official give me if I am suspended?
§919.720
How may I contest a suspension?
§919.725
How much time do I have to contest a suspension?
§919.730
What information must I provide to the suspending official if I contest a suspension?
§919.735
Under what conditions do I get an additional opportunity to challenge the facts on which the suspension is based?
§919.740
Are suspension proceedings formal?
§919.745
How is fact-finding conducted?
§919.750
What does the suspending official consider in deciding whether to continue or terminate my suspension?
§919.755
When will I know whether the suspension is continued or terminated?
§919.760
How long may my suspension last?
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Subpart H—DEBARMENT

§919.800
What are the causes for debarment?
§919.805
What notice does the debarring official give me if I am proposed for debarment?
§919.810
When does a debarment take effect?
§919.815
How may I contest a proposed debarment?
§919.820
How much time do I have to contest a proposed debarment?
§919.825
What information must I provide to the debarring official if I contest a proposed debarment?
§919.830
Under what conditions do I get an additional opportunity to challenge the facts on which a proposed debarment is based?
§919.835
Are debarment proceedings formal?
§919.840
How is fact-finding conducted?
§919.845
What does the debarring official consider in deciding whether to debar me?
§919.850
What is the standard of proof in a debarment action?
§919.855
Who has the burden of proof in a debarment action?
§919.860
What factors may influence the debarring official's decision?
§919.865
How long may my debarment last?
§919.870
When do I know if the debarring official debars me?
§919.875
May I ask the debarring official to reconsider a decision to debar me?
§919.880
What factors may influence the debarring official during reconsideration?
§919.885
May the debarring official extend a debarment?
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Subpart I—DEFINITIONS

§919.900
Adequate evidence.
§919.905
Affiliate.
§919.910
Agency.
§919.915
Agent or representative.
§919.920
Civil judgment.
§919.925
Conviction.
§919.930
Debarment.
§919.935
Debarring official.
§919.940
Disqualified.
§919.945
Excluded or exclusion.
§919.950
Excluded Parties List System.
§919.955
Indictment.
§919.960
Ineligible or ineligibility.
§919.965
Legal proceedings.
§919.970
Nonprocurement transaction.
§919.975
Notice.
§919.980
Participant.
§919.985
Person.
§919.990
Preponderance of the evidence.
§919.995
Principal.
§919.1000
Respondent.
§919.1005
State.
§919.1010
Suspending official.
§919.1015
Suspension.
§919.1020
Voluntary exclusion or voluntarily excluded.
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Subpart J—[RESERVED]

Appendix
Appendix to Part 919—Covered Transactions


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