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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter BPart 17


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER B—PROCEDURAL RULES

PART 17—PROCEDURES FOR PROTESTS AND CONTRACT DISPUTES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§17.1
Applicability.
§17.3
Definitions.
§17.5
Delegation of authority.
§17.7
Filing and computation of time.
§17.9
Protective orders.
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Subpart B—PROTESTS

§17.11
Matters not subject to protest.
§17.13
Dispute resolution process for protests.
§17.15
Filing a protest.
§17.17
Initial protest procedures.
§17.19
Motions practice and dismissal or summary decision of protests.
§17.21
Adjudicative Process for protests.
§17.23
Protest remedies.
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Subpart C—CONTRACT DISPUTES

§17.25
Dispute resolution process for contract disputes.
§17.27
Filing a contract dispute.
§17.29
Informal resolution period.
§17.31
Dismissal or summary decision of contract disputes.
§17.33
Adjudicative Process for contract disputes.
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Subpart D—ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

§17.35
Use of alternative dispute resolution.
§17.37
Election of alternative dispute resolution process.
§17.39
Confidentiality of ADR.
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Subpart E—FINALITY AND REVIEW

§17.41
Final orders.
§17.43
Judicial review.
§17.45
Conforming amendments.
§17.47
Reconsideration.
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Subpart F—OTHER MATTERS

§17.49
Sanctions.
§17.51
Decorum and professional conduct.
§17.53
Orders and subpoenas for testimony and document production.
§17.55
Standing orders of the ODRA Director.
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Subpart G—PRE-DISPUTES

§17.57
Dispute resolution process for Pre-disputes.
§17.59
Filing a Pre-dispute.
§17.61
Use of alternative dispute resolution.
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Appendix
Appendix A to Part 17—Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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