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Title 41Subtitle CChapter 102Subchapter CPart 102-73


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER C—REAL PROPERTY

PART 102-73—REAL ESTATE ACQUISITION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§102-73.5
What is the scope of this part?
§102-73.10
What is the basic real estate acquisition policy?
§102-73.15
What real estate acquisition and related services may Federal agencies provide?

United States Postal Service-Controlled Space

§102-73.20
Are Federal agencies required to give priority consideration to space in buildings under the custody and control of the United States Postal Service in fulfilling Federal agency space needs?

Locating Federal Facilities

§102-73.25
What policies must Executive agencies comply with in locating Federal facilities?

Historic Preservation

§102-73.30
What historic preservation provisions must Federal agencies comply with prior to acquiring, constructing, or leasing space?

Prospectus Requirements

§102-73.35
Is a prospectus required for all acquisition, construction, or alteration projects?
§102-73.40
What happens if the dollar value of the project exceeds the prospectus threshold?
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Subpart B—ACQUISITION BY LEASE

§102-73.45
When may Federal agencies consider leases of privately owned land and buildings to satisfy their space needs?
§102-73.50
Are Federal agencies that possess independent statutory authority to acquire leased space subject to requirements of this part?
§102-73.55
On what basis must Federal agencies acquire leases?
§102-73.60
With whom may Federal agencies enter into lease agreements?
§102-73.65
Are there any limitations on leasing certain types of space?
§102-73.70
Are Executive agencies required to acquire leased space by negotiation?
§102-73.75
What functions must Federal agencies perform with regard to leasing building space?
§102-73.80
Who is authorized to contact lessor, offerors, or potential offerors concerning space leased or to be leased?
§102-73.85
Can agencies with independent statutory authority to lease space have GSA perform the leasing functions?
§102-73.90
What contingent fee policy must Federal agencies apply to the acquisition of real property by lease?
§102-73.95
How are Federal agencies required to assist GSA?

Competition in Contracting Act of 1984

§102-73.100
Is the Competition in Contracting Act of 1984, as amended (CICA), applicable to lease acquisition?

National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA)

§102-73.105
What policies must Federal agencies follow to implement the requirements of NEPA when acquiring real property by lease?

Lease Construction

§102-73.110
What rules must Executive agencies follow when acquiring leasehold interests in buildings constructed for Federal Government use?

Price Preference for Historic Properties

§102-73.115
Must Federal agencies offer a price preference to space in historic properties when acquiring leased space?
§102-73.120
How much of a price preference must Federal agencies give when acquiring leased space using the lowest price technically acceptable source selection process?
§102-73.125
How much of a price preference must Federal agencies give when acquiring leased space using the best value tradeoff source selection process?

Leases With Purchase Options

§102-73.130
When may Federal agencies consider acquiring leases with purchase options?

Scoring Rules

§102-73.135
What scoring rules must Federal agencies follow when considering leases and leases with purchase options?

Delegations of Leasing Authority

§102-73.140
When may agencies that do not possess independent leasing authority lease space?

Categorical Space Delegations

§102-73.145
What is a categorical space delegation?
§102-73.150
What is the policy for categorical space delegations?
§102-73.155
What types of space can Federal agencies acquire with a categorical space delegation?

Special Purpose Space Delegations

§102-73.160
What is an agency special purpose space delegation?
§102-73.165
What is the policy for agency special purpose space delegations?
§102-73.170
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Agriculture lease?
§102-73.175
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Commerce lease?
§102-73.180
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Defense lease?
§102-73.185
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Energy lease?
§102-73.190
What types of special purpose space may the Federal Communications Commission lease?
§102-73.195
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Health and Human Services lease?
§102-73.196
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Homeland Security lease?
§102-73.200
What types of special purpose space may the Department of the Interior lease?
§102-73.205
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Justice lease?
§102-73.210
What types of special purpose space may the Office of Thrift Supervision lease?
§102-73.215
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Transportation lease?
§102-73.220
What types of special purpose space may the Department of the Treasury lease?
§102-73.225
What types of special purpose space may the Department of Veterans Affairs lease?

Limitations on the Use of Delegated Authority

§102-73.230
When must Federal agencies submit a prospectus to lease real property?
§102-73.235
What is the maximum lease term that a Federal agency may agree to when it has been delegated lease acquisition authority from GSA?
§102-73.240
What policy must Federal agencies follow to acquire official parking spaces?
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Subpart C—ACQUISITION BY PURCHASE OR CONDEMNATION

Buildings

§102-73.245
When may Federal agencies consider purchase of buildings?
§102-73.250
Are agencies required to adhere to the policies for locating Federal facilities when purchasing buildings?
§102-73.255
What factors must Executive agencies consider when purchasing sites?

Land

§102-73.260
What land acquisition policy must Federal agencies follow?
§102-73.265
What actions must Federal agencies take to facilitate land acquisition?

Just Compensation

§102-73.270
Are Federal agencies required to provide the owner with a written statement of the amount established as just compensation?
§102-73.275
What specific information must be included in the summary statement for the owner that explains the basis for just compensation?
§102-73.280
Where can Federal agencies find guidance on how to appraise the value of properties being acquired by the Federal Government?
§102-73.285
[Reserved]
§102-73.290
Are there any prohibitions when a Federal agency pays “just compensation” to a tenant?

Expenses Incidental to Property Transfer

§102-73.295
What property transfer expenses must Federal agencies cover when acquiring real property?

Litigation Expenses

§102-73.300
Are Federal agencies required to pay for litigation expenses incurred by a property owner because of a condemnation proceeding?

Relocation Assistance Policy

§102-73.305
What relocation assistance policy must Federal agencies follow?


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