b) The location of DoDRG in the CFR is currently in transition. The rules move from Chapter I, Sub-Chapter C, Title 32, to a new location in Chapter XI, Title 2 of the CFR. During the transition, there will be some DoDGAR games in each of the two titles. b) Authorization officers and authorization officers must keep copies of individual and class deviation applications and authorizations in the award files. Unless DoDGARs indicate that they are applications, the guidelines and procedures for purchase contracts do not apply to subsidies, cooperation agreements, technology investment agreements or other support bonuses or other non-obtaining bonuses: yes, doD component managers or their agents may adopt rules, procedures or instructions for the implementation of the DGARS or supplement DoDGARs to meet the specific requirements of the DoD component. as long as the rules, procedures or instructions do not impose additional fees or administrative burdens on potential beneficiaries or beneficiaries. (a) The types of instruments submitted to DoDRG vary from one part of the DoDGAR to the other. The instruments include grants, cooperation agreements and technology investment agreements. Parts of DoDGARs apply to other types of support or non-purchase instruments. The term “rewards,” as defined in sub-part F of that part, is used in this part to refer collectively to all types of instruments submitted to one or more parts of the DoDGAR.
(a) the requirement for class deviations by DoDGAR (see point 21.335 B) and 21,340 (a)) or derogations from the provisions of 31 states.C 6301 to 6308 that govern the appropriate use of contracts, grants and cooperation agreements (cf. 32 CFR 22.220). More information and documentation can be found on our development tool pages. . (a) The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) (48 parts CFR 1-53). . This table of contents is a navigation tool that is processed from the titles contained in the legal text of the documents of the federal register. This repetition of titles to create internal navigation links has no significant legal effect. one. Revision of the introductory text and paragraphs (a) and b). d. In paragraph c) 3) iii, “ensure that the recipients` tax identification number (TIN) “ensures” and “ensures that the tax identification number (TIN) is placed in their place for recipients who are not required to register in the premium management system.” 78.
Appendix D of Part 37 is amended as follows by the revision of Sections B and C: . . B. In paragraph (c) (2), footnote 9 is redesigned as a footnote 6 and the newly renamed footnote 6 is revised. ii. In the third sentence, delete “DCMC” and replace “DCMA.”