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Title 29Subtitle BChapter XIIPart 1471 → §1471.25


Title 29: Labor
PART 1471—GOVERNMENTWIDE DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION (NONPROCUREMENT)


§1471.25   How is this part organized?

(a) This part is subdivided into ten subparts. Each subpart contains information related to a broad topic or specific audience with special responsibilities, as shown in the following table:

In subpart .  .  . You will find provisions related to .  .  .
Ageneral information about this rule.
Bthe types of FMCS transactions that are covered by the Governmentwide nonprocurement suspension and debarment system.
Cthe responsibilities of persons who participate in covered transactions.
Dthe responsibilities of FMCS officials who are authorized to enter into covered transactions.
Ethe responsibilities of Federal agencies for the Excluded Parties List System (Disseminated by the General Services Administration).
Fthe general principles governing suspension, debarment, voluntary exclusion and settlement.
Gsuspension actions.
Hdebarment actions.
Idefinitions of terms used in this part.
J[Reserved]

(b) The following table shows which subparts may be of special interest to you, depending on who you are:

If you are .  .  . See subpart(s) .  .  .
(1) a participant or principal in a nonprocurement transactionA, B, C, and I.
(2) a respondent in a suspension actionA, B, F, G and I.
(3) a respondent in a debarment actionA, B, F, H and I.
(4) a suspending officialA, B, D, E, F, G and I.
(5) a debarring officialA, B, D, E, F, H and I.
(6) a (n) FMCS official authorized to enter into a covered transactionA, B, D, E and I.
(7) ReservedJ.

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