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Defense Department—Continued
Industrial security regulations Continued
Defense; armed forces industrial defense regulation, 32 Part 71-Continued

Program objective and scope, 32 $$ 71.2–200_71.2–202

Survey requirements and procedures, 32 $$ 71.2–300_71.2-314
Manual for safeguarding classified information, 32 Part 66
Access to information; clearance of contractors, employment of aliens,

etc., 32 $$ 66.16-66.22
Control of areas; intra-plant control, etc., 32 $$ 62.23–66.25
Cryptographic information; clearances, 32 $ 66.43
General; definitions, requirements and reports, etc., 32 $$ 66.1-66.7
Graphic arts; special procedures, 32 $$ 66.44–66.48
Handling of classified information, 32 $$ 66.8–66.15
Multiple-facility organizations, 32 $ 66.42
Subcontractors, vendors and suppliers; clearances, etc., 32 $$ 66.34–66.41

Visitors; categories, authorization, etc., 32 $$ 66.26–66.33
Personnel security review regulation; organization, policy, standards and

criteria, etc., 32 Part 67
Procurement regulations:

Aliens, employment on certain contracts, 32 $ $ 12.901-12.903
Clause respecting military security requirements, 32 $$ 7.104–12,

7.204-11, 7.504-1
Government property, providing of, for use of contractors in connection

with military procurement, 32 Part 13
Manual for control of Government property in possession of con-

tractors, 32 $$ 30.2, 30.3
Safeguarding classified information. See Classified information, and

Manual for safeguarding classified information.
Information:

Release of, from records. See Records.
Safeguarding classified information within industrial plants or educational

institutions. See Industrial security regulations.
Inspections, in connection with military procurement, 32 Part 14
Uniform inspection and acceptance stamps, for supplies or services; design,

specifications, etc., 32 Part 146
Insurance:
Liability, etc., insurance in connection with contracts for procurement of

military supplies, 32 Part 10
Life insurance, commercial; solicitation of, on military installations, 32

Part 141
Mortgage insurance for servicemen. See Mortgage insurance.
Interdepartmental procurement, 32 Part 5
Justice, military, boards of review; rules of procedure, 32 Part 61
Juvenile delinquents and youthful offenders; enlistment and discharge of, 32

Part 50
Labor, provisions in procurement contracts respecting. See Procurement regu-

lations.
Life insurance. See Insurance.
Machine tools. See Production equipment and machine tools.
Mail; use of military postal service, 32 Part 148
Manuals:
For control of government property in possession of contractors; armed

services procurement regulations, 32 $ $ 30.2, 30.3
For safeguarding classified information; industrial security regulations,

32 Part 66
Medical records. See Records.
Military aircraft, transportation on. See Aircraft.
Military justice; rules of procedure for boards of review, 32 Part 61
Military personnel:

Air transportation. See Aircraft, transportation by, above.
Allowances, for servicemen's dependents; period of entitlement and pay-

ment of family allowances, 32 § 47.1
Discharge, standards for; reasons for, and various types of discharge, 32

Part 44

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Defense Department—Continued
Military personnel-Continued

Household goods, transportation of, 32 Parts 36, 38
Induction, standards for, mental and physical, 32 Part 43
Juvenile delinquents and youthful offenders; enlistment and discharge of,

32 Part 50
Medical records of members or former members of armed forces; release of

information from, 32 Part 41 Mortgage insurance for servicemen to aid in construction or purchase of

homes, 32 Part 42
Organized unit and satisfactory participation therein, defined, 32 Part 45
Retirement, optional, 32 Part 46

Actuarial equivalents, uniform tables of, 32 Part 46, Appendix I
Annual report and information required, 32 $ 46.601, and Part 46 Ap-

pendix II
Annuity, 32 $$ 46.501-46.507
Designation of dependents, 32 $ $ 46.301-46.303
Election of options, 32 $$ 46.201-46.207
General information; purpose, definitions, 32 $$ 46.101, 46.102
Organization, 32 § 46.602

Reduction of retired pay, 32 $ $ 46.401–46.405
Review boards; rules of procedure, 32 Part 61
Uniforms, wearing of; occasions upon which uniform may be worn by

persons honorably discharged from armed forces, 32 Part 49 Mobilization program.

See Defense mobilization program. Mortgage insurance for servicemen to aid in construction or purchase of

homes; policy, forms, etc., 32 Part 42 Motion picture coverage of military activities, regulations respecting, 32

$ $ 147.23-147.26
Motor carriers, transportation by. See Transportation.
National Industrial Reserve regulations, 32 Part 145

See also Defense mobilization program.
Designation and maintenance of properties in National Industrial Reserve,

procedures for, 32 $ $ 145.350—145.404–2
General, 32 $$ 145.100–145.304

Definitions of terms, 32 $$ 145.201—145.201-12

Delegations of authority, 32 $$ 145.300–145.304
National Security Clause and procedures for transfers of property, 32

$ $ 145.450—145.701–2
Disposals of property:
Excess industrial property free of National Security Clause, when

no longer require for National Industrial Reserve, 32

$$ 145.700—145.701-2
Property subject to National Security Clause, 32 $$ 145.500–145.506
Loan of property to educational institutions and training schools, 32

88 145.650–145.654
National Security Clause, 32 $$ 145.450–145.454
Transfers of property:

To General Services Administration, 32 $ $ 145.550—145.554
To other Governmental departments and agencies, 32 $$ 145.600-

145.606
Negotiation, military procurement by, 32 Part 3
Newspaper correspondents. See Correspondents.
Nonprofit institutions, research contracts with, 32 $$ 13.505, 506, 15.300-15.305
Organized unit and satisfactory participation therein, defined, 32 Part 45
Patents and inventions, military procurement involving, 32 Part 9
Personnel, military. See Military personnel.
Persons of outstanding qualifications, serving without compensation; exemption

from certain provisions of Criminal Code, 32 Part 143 Photographers, newsreel men, etc., accompanying armed forces of U. S.; assign

ment, transportation, censorship, etc., 32 Part 147 Postal service, military; use of, 32 Part 148 Printing and related supplies, interdepartmental procurement of, 32 g 5.601 Prison-made products, procurement of, 32 $$ 5.401–5.408, 12.201–12.203

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Defense Department—Continued
Procurement regulations, armed services:

Advance payments, 32 $$ 3.500–3.507
Advertising, formal, procurement by, 32 Part 2
Bids:

Opening of, and award of contract, 32 $$ 2.400—2.408-2
Solicitation of, 32 $$ 2.200—2.206–4

Bidders' mailing lists, 32 $ $ 2.204–2.204-9
"Set-asides” for firms in labor surplus areas, 32 $$ 2.205-

2.205-3
Submission of, 32 88 2.301–2.303
Contracts, award of, 32 $ $ 2.400—2.408–2
Qualified products, 32 $ $ 2.500-2.506

Use of formal advertising, 32 $ $ 2.101–2.103
Appeals; Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, charter and rules

(Appendix A), 32 $ 30.1
Appendixes to Armed Services procurement regulation, 32 Part 30
Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals; charter and rules, Appen-

dix A, 32 $ 30.1
Manual for control of Government property:

In possession of contractors, Appendix B, 32 $ 30.2
In possession of nonprofit research and development contractors,

Appendix C, 32 $ 30.3
Rules for notice and hearing under gratuities clause (in Armed Services

Procurement Regulation 7.104–16), Appendix D, 32 $ 30.4
Award of contracts, 32 $ $ 2.400-2.408–2
Bidders, debarred, ineligible, or suspended, 32 $ $ 1.600–1.609
Bids, solicitation of, by advertising. See Advertising.
Blind-made products, procurement of, 32 $ $ 5.501–5.508-2
Bonds and sureties, 32 $ $ 10.101-10.203
Buy American Act, and other statutory prohibitions; exceptions, 32

$$ 6.101—6.109–2
Canadian purchases, 32 $$ 6.201, 6.202
Contract clauses and forms, 32 Part 7

See also Forms.
Cost-reimbursement type supply contracts, clauses for, 32 $$ 7.200—

7.205-6
Fixed-price supply contracts, clauses for, 32 $$ 7.100—7.106–4

Convict labor, 32 $ 7.104-17
Escalation clauses, 32 $$ 7.106—7.106–4
Examination of records, 32 $ 7.104–15
Gratuities, 32 $ 7.104-16
Priorities, allocations, and allotments, 32 $ 7.104-18

Subcontracting, 32 § 7.104-14
Personal services contracts, clauses for, 32 $$ 7.500—7.505–1
Contract cost principles, 32 Part 15

Construction contracts, 32 $ $ 15.400–15.404
Cost interpretations:

Depreciation, 32 $ $ 15.602–15.602–3

Pension and retirement plans, 32 $ $ 15.600—15.601-2
Research contracts with nonprofit institutions, 32 $ $ 15.300–15.305
Subjects affecting cost which may require special consideration, 32

$ $ 15.500–15.502
Supply and research contracts with commercial organizations, 32

8 $ 15.200–15.205
Contracts:
Awards of, upon opening of bids. See Advertising, formal, procure-

ment by.
Forms. See Contract clauses and forms.
Termination of. See Termination of contracts.

Types of contracts. See Negotiation.
Convict labor. See Prison-made products.
Coordinated procurement, 32 Part 4

See also Interdepartmental procurement.
Administrative costs, 32 § 4.210

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Defense Department—Continued
Procurement regulations, armed services Continued
Coordinated procurement, 32 Part 4–Continued

Application of procurement assignment, 32 $ 4.201
Assignments; general principles covering implementation of procure-

ment assignments, 32 $$ 4.203—4.203-6
Charges and surcharges, 32 $ 4.209
Components of end items, 32 $$ 4.207—4.207–3
Definitions, 32 $$ 4.101—4.101-5
Execution and administration of contracts, 32 $ 4.212
Funds and payments, 32 $ 4.208
Inspection, 32 § 4.211
Purchase authorization, 32 $ 4.206
Short supply items, 32 $ 4.204
Single department procurement, 32 $$ 4.202—4.202–3
Specifications, 32 § 4.214
Status reporting, 32 $ 4.213
Transfer of uncompleted contracts, 32 $$ 4.205—4.205-3

Transportation of supplies, 32 $ 4.215
Copeland ("Anti-Kickback") Act; applicability to contracts, 32 $$ 12.400

12.404-12
Copyrights and patents; policy, contract clause, etc., 32 Part 9

Copyrights, contracts for personal services, 32 SS 9.200–9.205

Patent rights under contracts for personal services, 32 $$ 9.100-9.112
Customs duties, on foreign purchases, 32 $$ 6.301-6.303
Davis-Bacon Act (wage rates, etc.); applicability to contracts, 32 88 12.400—

12.404-12
Discrimination in employment, because of race, color, creed, etc., contract

clause prohibiting, 32 $$ 12.801—12.805–7
Economy Act of June 30, 1932; procurement under, from or through an-

other Federal agency, 32 $ $ 5.700-5.702
Eight-Hour Law of 1912; applicability to contracts, 32 $$ 12.300–12.303–2
Emergency purchases of war material abroad, 32 $$ 6.302–6.302–5
Escalator clauses in fixed-price supply contracts, 32 $$ 7.106—7.106–4
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; applicability to contracts, 32 $$ 12.701-

12.703
Federal Supply Service, procurement from or through, 32 $ $ 5.101-5.303
Fees; contingent and other fees, 32 $$ 1.500–1.509
Foreign purchases, 32 Part 6

Buy American Act and other statutory prohibitions, 32 $$ 6.101—6.109–2
Canadian purchases, 32 $$ 6.201, 6.202
Customs and customs duty, 32 $$ 6.301-6.303

Emergency purchases of war material abroad, 32 $ $ 6.302–6.302-5
Forms:

See also Contract clauses and forms.
Procurement forms, 32 Part 16
Construction contracts exceeding $10,000, formally advertised,

forms for (Standard Forms 20–23a), 32 $$ 16.004—16.004-5 Cost analysis for contract price redetermination (DD Form 784),

32 $S 16.015—16.015-3
Cost and price analysis (DD Form 663), 32 $$ 16.002–16.002–3
Cost-reimbursement supply contracts, general provisions for (DD

Form 748), 32 $$ 16.010–16.010-3
Forms for request for proposals, proposal and acceptance, 32

$ $ 16.013–16.013-3
Labor clauses, compliance with, 32 $$ 16.011—16.011-2
Negotiated contract form (DD Forms 351, 351-1, and 351–2),

32 $$ 16.005--16.005-2
Stevedoring services (DD Form 674), 32 $$ 16.00-16.006-4

Utility services (DD Form 674), 32 $$ 16.007–16.007-2
Request for quotation (DD Form 747), 32 $8 16.012—16.012-3
Royalty Report Form (DD Form 783), 32 $$ 16.014–16.014-2
Stevedoring services, negotiated contract form for (DD Form

674), 32 $$ 16.006–16.006–4

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Defense Department Continued
Procurement regulations, armed services Continued
Forms—Continued
Procurement forms, 32 Part 16—Continued
Supplies or services, purchase of:

Order for purchase (DD Form 702), 32 $$ 16.003—16.003–5
Order and voucher for purchase of (DD Form 738), 32

$ $ 16.008—16.008-5
Utility services, negotiated contract requirements and forms (DD

Form 671), 32 $$ 16.007–16.007-2
Vessels, master contract for repair and alteration of (DD Form

731), 32 $ $ 16.009~16.009-7
General provisions, 32 Part 1

See also Manual for control of Government property.
Basic policies, 32 $$ 1.300—1.308–2
Bidders; debarred, ineligible, and suspended, 32 $$ 1.600–1.609
Code of conduct, 32 $ 1.113
Contingent or other fees, 32 $ $ 1.500–1.509
Definitions, 32 $ $ 1.200—1.201-9
Fees, contingent or other, 32 $ 1.500–1.509
Introduction; purpose, applicability, etc., 32 $$ 1.100–1.113
Place of delivery, domestic shipments and shipments outside con-

tinental United States, 32 $$ 1.306—1.306–3
Responsibility and authority respecting procurement, 32 $ $ 1.400–1.404

Small business concerns, placing of procurement with, 32 § 1.302–3 General Services Administration Stores Depots, procurement from, 32

$$ 5.201-5.204 Government property; policies with respect to providing property for use

of contractors in connection with military procurement, 32 Part 13 Contract clauses for nonprofit research and development contracts,

32 $$ 13.500-13.506 Government-furnished property clause for fixed-price contracts

32 $ 13.505
Government property clauses for cost-reimbursement type con-

tracts, 32 $ 13.506
Educational or other nonprofit organizations; definition, 32 $ 13.101-9
General; definitions, etc., 32 $$ 13.100-13.104–2
Industrial facilities, 32 $ $ 13.400-13.415
Material, 32 $$ 13.200-13.203
Responsibility for Government property, 32 88 13.104—13.104–2

Special tooling, 32 $$ 13.300–13.306
Gratuities; rules for notice and hearing under gratuities clause in procure-

ment regulations (Appendix D), 32 $ 30.4
Inspection and acceptance of supplies and services purchased, 32 Part 14

Acceptance, 32 88 14.200–14.203
Inspection, 32 $$ 14.100-14.105
Stamps, uniform, for inspection and acceptance; design, specifications,

etc., 32 Part 146
Insurance, in connection with contracts, 32 $$ 10.300–10.703

Casualty insurance rating plans, special, 32 $$ 10.700-10.703
Cost-reimbursement type contracts, insurance under, 32 $$ 10.500–

10.503
Facilities contracts, insurance in connection with, 32 SS 10.600–10.602
Fixed-price contracts, insurance under, 32 $$ 10.400-10.403

General, 32 $ $ 10.300-10.305
Interdepartmental procurement, 32 Part 5

Blind-made products, procurement of, 32 $ $ 5.501–5.508–2
Economy Act of June 30, 1932; procurement under, from or through

another Federal agency, 32 $ $ 5.700–5.702
Federal Supply Schedule contracts, procurement from, 32 $ $ 5.101-5.104
Federal Supply Service consolidated purchasing programs, procurement

through, 32 $$ 5.301-5.303 General Services Administration Stores Depots, procurement from, 32

$ $ 5.201–5.204

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