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e-CFR Data is current as of August 28, 2014

Title 48Chapter 1Subchapter BPart 6


TITLE 48—Federal Acquisition Regulations System

CHAPTER 1—FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER B—ACQUISITION PLANNING

PART 6—COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS

rule
6.000
6.000   Scope of part.
6.001
6.001   Applicability.
6.002
6.002   Limitations.
6.003
6.003   [Reserved]

Subpart 6.1—FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION

6.100
6.100   Scope of subpart.
6.101
6.101   Policy.
6.102
6.102   Use of competitive procedures.
rule

Subpart 6.2—FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION AFTER EXCLUSION OF SOURCES

6.200
6.200   Scope of subpart.
6.201
6.201   Policy.
6.202
6.202   Establishing or maintaining alternative sources.
6.203
6.203   Set-asides for small business concerns.
6.204
6.204   Section 8(a) competition.
6.205
6.205   Set-asides for HUBZone small business concerns.
6.206
6.206   Set-asides for service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns.
6.207
6.207   Set-asides for economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concerns or women-owned small business (WOSB) concerns eligible under the WOSB Program.
6.208
6.208   Set-asides for local firms during a major disaster or emergency.
rule

Subpart 6.3—OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION

6.300
6.300   Scope of subpart.
6.301
6.301   Policy.
6.302
6.302   Circumstances permitting other than full and open competition.
6.302-1
6.302-1   Only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements.
6.302-2
6.302-2   Unusual and compelling urgency.
6.302-3
6.302-3   Industrial mobilization; engineering, developmental, or research capability; or expert services.
6.302-4
6.302-4   International agreement.
6.302-5
6.302-5   Authorized or required by statute.
6.302-6
6.302-6   National security.
6.302-7
6.302-7   Public interest.
6.303
6.303   Justifications.
6.303-1
6.303-1   Requirements.
6.303-2
6.303-2   Content.
6.304
6.304   Approval of the justification.
6.305
6.305   Availability of the justification.
rule

Subpart 6.4—SEALED BIDDING AND COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS

6.401
6.401   Sealed bidding and competitive proposals.
rule

Subpart 6.5—ADVOCATES FOR COMPETITION

6.501
6.501   Requirement.
6.502
6.502   Duties and responsibilities.


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