Guide for control of government property by contractors
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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Planning and Management, Office of Administration, Facilities and Support Services Division in [Washington] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Public contracts -- United States,
  • Government property -- United States

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 13 p. ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14181559M

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The Government Subcontractor's Guide to Terms and Conditions and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.5/5(5). The Government relies on and requires its contractors to provide effective and efficient stewardship of the Government contract property (as defined at DoD Instruction ) in their custody. This stewardship responsibility, codified in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and its associated DFARS. A must have reference book for anyone in federal procurement and contracting. I keep this book at my desk and use it several tines per day. It is very well organized, and is a comprehensive guide for Contracting Officers, Contract Soecialists and Contracting Officers Representatives/5(19). This publication replaces the edition Control of Property in the Possession of Contractors. It was prepared by the Office of Management and Acquisition, Office of Acquisition and Grants Management, Acquisition and Logistics Research Staff. We hope this guide provides the information you Size: KB.

Government property (GP) was furnished to contractors as Government furnished property (GFP), that the Government was no longer required to maintain records for that property and all record keeping was the Contractor’s responsibility. 3. Types of Government Property on Contracts Government Property on a contract may be Contractor Acquired Property or Government Furnished Property. These two types of property have many common requirements, but each also has its own unique requirements. 5File Size: 1MB. Government property control is administered with Corporate oversight. Each Program Manager is responsible for implementing the controls for government property stated herein. Copies of all reports pertaining to government property control shall be forwarded to the Director of Size: 70KB. a) Generally, contractors are not held liable for loss of Government property under the following types of contracts: (1) Cost-reimbursement contracts. (2) Time-and-material contracts. (3) Labor-hour contracts. (4) Fixed-price contracts awarded on the basis of submission of certified cost or pricing data.

UNC Charlotte Government Property Management Plan 2 requirements of FAR -1, the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development has established the Government Property Control System under the Office of Research Compliance. The responsible official is the Facility Security Officer (FSO). The FSO works with. The following discussion provides guidance on the government -contractor relationship. For specific material, please see the pertinent chapters of this desk book and the Federal Acquisition Regulations. Please note that the terms, “DOD personnel”, “Government personnel” and “Government employees” include military and civilian Size: KB. Get this from a library! Guide for control of government property by contractors.. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Facilities and Support Services Division.]. A Contractor Property Manager may state in their company's procedures that the physical inventory will be performed during the period of 1 May through 30 May. Upon determination of adequacy, by the Government Property Administrator, this would be the requirement that the contractor would be held to, more on this aspect Size: KB.