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Title 32Subtitle AChapter ISubchapter CPart 21


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

SUBCHAPTER C—DoD GRANT AND AGREEMENT REGULATIONS

PART 21—DoD GRANTS AND AGREEMENTS—GENERAL MATTERS

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§21.100
What are the purposes of this part?
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Subpart B—DEFENSE GRANT AND AGREEMENT REGULATORY SYSTEM

§21.200
What is the Defense Grant and Agreement Regulatory System (DGARS)?
§21.205
What types of instruments are covered by the DGARS?
§21.210
What are the purposes of the DGARS?
§21.215
Who is responsible for the DGARS?
§21.220
What publications are in the DGARS?
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Subpart C—THE DOD GRANT AND AGREEMENT REGULATIONS

§21.300
What instruments are subject to the DoD Grant and Agreement Regulations (DoDGARs)?
§21.305
What is the purpose of the DoDGARs?
§21.310
Who ensures DoD Component compliance with the DoDGARs?
§21.315
May DoD Components issue supplemental policies and procedures to implement the DoDGARs?
§21.320
Are there areas in which DoD Components must establish policies and procedures to implement the DoDGARs?
§21.325
Do acquisition regulations also apply to DoD grants and agreements?
§21.330
How are the DoDGARs published and maintained?
§21.335
Who can authorize deviations from the DoDGARs?
§21.340
What are the procedures for requesting and documenting deviations?
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Subpart D—AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR MAKING AND ADMINISTERING ASSISTANCE AWARDS

§21.400
To what instruments does this subpart apply?
§21.405
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§21.410
Must a DoD Component have statutory authority to make an assistance award?
§21.415
Must the statutory authority specifically mention the use of grants or other assistance instruments?
§21.420
Under what types of statutory authorities do DoD Components award assistance instruments?
§21.425
How does a DoD Component's authority flow to awarding and administering activities?
§21.430
What are the responsibilities of the head of the awarding or administering activity?
§21.435
Must DoD Components formally select and appoint grants officers and agreements officers?
§21.440
What are the standards for selecting and appointing grants officers and agreements officers?
§21.445
What are the requirements for a grants officer's or agreements officer's statement of appointment?
§21.450
What are the requirements for a termination of a grants officer's or agreements officer's appointment?
§21.455
Who can sign, administer, or terminate assistance instruments?
§21.460
What is the extent of grants officers' and agreements officers' authority?
§21.465
What are grants officers' and agreements officers' responsibilities?
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Subpart E—INFORMATION REPORTING ON AWARDS SUBJECT TO 31 U.S.C. CHAPTER 61

§21.500
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§21.505
What is the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)?
§21.510
Why does the DoD report information to the CFDA?
§21.515
Who reports the information for the CFDA?
§21.520
What are the purposes of the Defense Assistance Awards Data System (DAADS)?
§21.525
Who issues policy guidance for the DAADS?
§21.530
Who operates the DAADS?
§21.535
Do DoD Components have central points for collecting DAADS data?
§21.540
What are the duties of the DoD Components' central points for the DAADS?
§21.545
Must DoD Components report every obligation to the DAADS?
§21.550
Must DoD Components relate reported actions to listings in the CFDA?
§21.555
When and how must DoD Components report to the DAADS?
§21.560
Must DoD Components assign numbers uniformly to awards?
§21.565
Must DoD Components' electronic systems accept Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) numbers?
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Subpart F—DEFINITIONS

§21.605
Acquisition.
§21.610
Agreements officer.
§21.615
Assistance.
§21.620
Award.
§21.625
Contract.
§21.630
Contracting activity.
§21.635
Contracting officer.
§21.640
Cooperative agreement.
§21.645
Deviation.
§21.650
DoD Components.
§21.655
Grant.
§21.660
Grants officer.
§21.665
Nonprocurement instrument.
§21.670
Procurement contract.
§21.675
Recipient.
§21.680
Technology investment agreements.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 21—Instruments to Which DoDGARs Portions Apply


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