APPENDIX C
FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION AND CONSTRUCTION

The Federal Acquisition Regulation presents an extensive set of rules, policies, and procedures that govern government agency procurement of supplies and services. The committee identified the 36 sections cited in the following listing as particularly relevant to procurement of construction and administration of construction contracts.

  1. Priorities and Responsibilities (Subpart 1.6).

  2. Full and Open Competition (Subpart 6.1).

  3. Sealed Bidding and Competitive Proposals (Subpart 6.4).

  4. Acquisition Plans (Subpart 7.1).

  5. Responsible Prospective Contractors (Subpart 9.1).

  6. Delivery or Performance Schedules (Subpart 12.1).

  7. Liquidated Damages (Subpart 12.2.).

  8. Use of Sealed Bidding (Subpart 14.1).

  9. General Requirements for Negotiation (Subpart 15.1).

  10. Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns (Part 19).



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Inspection and Other Strategies for Assuring Quality in Government Construction APPENDIX C FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION AND CONSTRUCTION The Federal Acquisition Regulation presents an extensive set of rules, policies, and procedures that govern government agency procurement of supplies and services. The committee identified the 36 sections cited in the following listing as particularly relevant to procurement of construction and administration of construction contracts. Priorities and Responsibilities (Subpart 1.6). Full and Open Competition (Subpart 6.1). Sealed Bidding and Competitive Proposals (Subpart 6.4). Acquisition Plans (Subpart 7.1). Responsible Prospective Contractors (Subpart 9.1). Delivery or Performance Schedules (Subpart 12.1). Liquidated Damages (Subpart 12.2.). Use of Sealed Bidding (Subpart 14.1). General Requirements for Negotiation (Subpart 15.1). Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns (Part 19).

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Inspection and Other Strategies for Assuring Quality in Government Construction Certificates of Competency and Determinations of Eligibility (Subpart 19.6). Labor Surplus Area Concerns (Part 20). Application of Labor Laws to Government Acquisitions (Part 22). Environment, Conservation and Occupational Safety (Part 23). Drug Free Workforce (Subpart 23.5). Buy American Act (Subpart 25.2). Bonds (Subpart 28.1). Sureties (Subpart 28.2). Contract Cost Principles and Procedures, Construction and Architect-Engineer Contracts (Section 31.105). Prompt Payment (Subpart 32.9). Disputes and Appeals (Subpart 33.2). Special Aspects of Contracting for Construction (Subpart 36.2). Special Aspects of Sealed Bidding in Construction Contracting (Subpart 36.3). Special Procedures for Negotiation of Construction Contract (Subpart 36.4). Contract Clauses (Subpart 36.5). Performance Evaluation of Construction Contractors (Paragraph 36.701(e)). Contract Administration Office Functions (Subpart 42.3). Contract Modifications (Part 43). Subcontracting Policies and Procedures (Part 44). Providing Government Property to Contractors (Subpart 45.3). Quality Assurance (Part 46). Value Engineering, Clause for Construction Contracts (Section 48.202). Termination of Contracts (Part 49). Contract Clauses (Part 52). Inspection of Construction (Subsection 52.246-12). Standard Form 1420 (Subsection 53.301-1420).