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EPAAR PART 1505—PUBLICIZING CONTRACT ACTIONS


PART 1505—PUBLICIZING CONTRACT ACTIONS


PART 1505—PUBLICIZING CONTRACT ACTIONS

Section Contents
1505.000 Scope of part.

Subpart 1505.2—Synopses of Proposed Contract Actions


1505.202 Exceptions.
1505.203 Publicizing and response time.
1505.271 [Reserved]

Subpart 1505.5—Paid Advertisement [Reserved]

Authority: 5 U.S.C. 301 and 41 U.S.C. 418b.

Source: 49 FR 8838, Mar. 8, 1984, unless otherwise noted.

1505.000 Scope of part.

This part provides instructions on publicizing contract opportunities and response time, instructions on information to include in the synopses of proposed contracts, instructions on publicizing orders under GSA schedule contracts, policy references relative to release of information, and procedures for obtaining information on previous Government contracts.

[50 FR 14357, Apr. 11, 1985]

Subpart 1505.2—Synopses of Proposed Contract Actions

1505.202 Exceptions.

The Contracting Officer need not submit the notice required by FAR 5.201 when the Contracting Officer determines in writing that the contract is for the services of experts for use in preparing or prosecuting a civil or criminal action under the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986.

[60 FR 38505, July 27, 1995]

1505.203 Publicizing and response time.

(a) The Contracting Officer may, at his/her discretion under certain circumstances, elect to transmit a synopsis to the Government Point of Entry (GPE) of a proposed contract action that falls within an exception to the synopsis requirement in FAR 5.202(a). For those contract actions, the Contracting Officer may provide for a lesser time period than the 15 days required by FAR 5.203(a) and the 30 days required by FAR 5.203 (c) or (d), and the 45 days required by FAR 5.203(e). The Contracting Officer must identify the basis for the lesser time periods for response in the synopsis.

(b) The authority for paragraph (a) does not extend to the synopsis of contract actions falling within the exception in FAR 5.202(a)(7), if to do so would disclose the originality of thought or innovativeness of the proposed research.

[50 FR 14357, Apr. 11, 1985, as amended at 62 FR 33572, June 20, 1997; 81 FR 31528, May 19, 2016]

1505.271 [Reserved]

Subpart 1505.5—Paid Advertisement [Reserved]

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