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(1) compliance with the policy of point 7.202 on economic purchasing volumes, to the extent that this is feasible; (1) in the event of the purchase of supplies or services to be used in support of an emergency operation in accordance with the services defined by the Director of the Agency; Facilitate the defence or recovery of cyber, nuclear, biological, chemical or radiological attacks; Support a request by the Secretary of State or Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development to facilitate the provision of international disaster assistance in accordance with the 22 U.S.C 2292 and following; or in support of the response to an emergency disaster or major disaster (42 U.C 5122) is the threshold for micro-purchase – (ii) If only one source is identified to provide part of the purchase because that part of the purchase indicates a specific brand product, the documentation of paragraph b) (1) of this section applies only to the part of the purchase that the brand name requires. The documentation should establish that it covers only the part of the acquisition that is the brand name. (2) include provisions and clauses by referring to tenders and incessure in the context of bid applications, provided that the requirements set out in point 52.102 are met; Many supplies or services are purchased subject to supplier licensing agreements. They are particularly common in it technology acquisitions, but can be applied to any delivery or service. For example, computer software and services provided over the internet (web services) are often subject to licensing agreements called end-user licensing agreements (END LICENSE Agreements, EULA), terms of use (TOS) or similar instruments or agreements. Many of these agreements contain compensation clauses that are incompatible with federal law and unenforceable, but which could constitute a violation of the anti-deficialized law (31 U.S.C 1341) if the government agrees. The clause in point 52.232-39, the inapplicability of unauthorized obligations, automatically applies to any micro-purchase, including those made with the government purchase card. This clause prevents such violations of the Anti-Deficie Act (31 U.S.C 1341). Imprest funds or third-party projects can be used for purchases when the purchasing, contracting and ancillary services (“purchases”) department has a service contract for the repair of all photocopiers on both campuses. The division`s staff is responsible for placing service calls for equipment that is a means of objects.

Call Caltronics for service or accessories and have the copy ID number. Both numbers are posted on the front of the device over a day. The agreement applies to all services and supplies, with the exception of paper and staples. The recipient immediately notifies the point of purchase, after the date of delivery indicated, of deliveries not received, damaged or not in accordance with the specifications of the order during transit. Except in exuating circumstances, notification must be made no later than 60 days after the specified delivery date. (2) For purchases exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold. The requirements set out in 13.501 (a) apply to the acquisition of commercial assets from the proprietary source (including trademarks) made in accordance with point 13.5. (e) the purchase instrument is a fixed-price contract, an order or a delivery order for deliveries.

(1) the designation of staff authorized to make purchases with puddles or third-party projects; and (iii) deliveries or services for which prices are known to be competitive, but whose exact prices are not known (for example. B, other repair parts, maintenance contracts).

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