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Title 41Subtitle CChapter 102Subchapter APart 102-2


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 102-2—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION SYSTEM

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Subpart A—REGULATION SYSTEM

General

§102-2.5
What is the Federal Management Regulation (FMR)?
§102-2.10
What is the FMR's purpose?
§102-2.15
What is the authority for the FMR system?
§102-2.20
Which agencies are subject to the FMR?
§102-2.25
When are other agencies involved in developing the FMR?
§102-2.30
Where and in what formats is the FMR published?
§102-2.35
How is the FMR distributed?
§102-2.40
May an agency issue implementing and supplementing regulations for the FMR?

Numbering

§102-2.45
How is the FMR numbered?
§102-2.50
How do I number my agency's implementing regulations?
§102-2.55
How do I number my agency's supplementing regulations?

Deviations

§102-2.60
What is a deviation from the FMR?
§102-2.65
When may agencies deviate from the FMR?
§102-2.70
What are individual and class deviations?
§102-2.75
What timeframes apply to deviations?
§102-2.80
What steps must an agency take to deviate from the FMR?
§102-2.85
What are the reasons for writing to GSA about FMR deviations?
§102-2.90
Where should my agency send its correspondence on an FMR deviation?
§102-2.95
What information must agencies include in their deviation letters to GSA?
§102-2.100
Must agencies provide GSA with a follow-up analysis of their experience in deviating from the FMR?
§102-2.105
What information must agencies include in their follow-up analysis?
§102-2.110
When must agencies provide their follow-up letters?

Non-Regulatory Material

§102-2.115
What kinds of non-regulatory material does GSA publish outside of the FMR?
§102-2.120
How do I know whom to contact to discuss the regulatory requirements of programs addressed in the FMR?
§102-2.125
What source of information can my agency use to identify materials that describe how to do business with GSA?
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Subpart B—FORMS

§102-2.130
Where are FMR forms prescribed?
§102-2.135
How do agencies obtain forms prescribed by the FMR?
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Subpart C—PLAIN LANGUAGE REGULATORY STYLE

§102-2.140
What elements of plain language appear in the FMR?
§102-2.145
To what do pronouns refer when used in the FMR?


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