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e-CFR Data is current as of September 29, 2014

Title 48Chapter 13Subchapter EPart 1333


TITLE 48—Federal Acquisition Regulations System

CHAPTER 13—DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER E—GENERAL CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS

PART 1333—PROTESTS, DISPUTES, AND APPEALS

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Subpart 1333.1—PROTESTS

1333.101
1333.101   Definitions.
1333.102
1333.102   General.
1333.103
1333.103   Protests to the agency.
1333.104
1333.104   Protests to GAO.
1333.104-70
1333.104-70   Protests to GAO and Court of Federal Claims.
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Subpart 1333.2—DISPUTES AND APPEALS

1333.203
1333.203   Applicability.
1333.206
1333.206   Initiation of a claim.
1333.211
1333.211   Contracting officer's decision.
1333.212
1333.212   Contracting officer's duties upon appeals.
1333.215
1333.215   Contract clauses.


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