The proposed guidelines also clarify the jurisdictional requirements of subcontracting bodies and specify the date of a disclosure statement that is only required for universities that meet certain thresholds. These proposed amendments are intended to reduce the burden and will not have a significant economic impact on a significant number of small businesses, as they clarify existing requirements; they do not contain new requirements for non-federal entities. (d) In all cases where an executive agency has exercised the power to limit all future grants or any termination or agreement of grant or cooperation, the Agency must notify in writing the head of the executive agency (or the representative of the agency) and the commander of the combatant platoon (or certain alternates) in question. See NDAA Section 841 (h) (3) for GJ 2015: www.armed-services.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/CPRT-113-HPRT-RU00-S1847.pdf: In case of disputes, disagreements or misunderstandings regarding issues under this federal award, the ENF and FAS strive to resolve problems as soon as possible through dialogue and mutual agreement. If the parties are unable to resolve the dispute, the NEF may submit a written decision to the DEPUTy administrator of the FAS for the department that manages the federal award or its representative. There is no hearing unless the NEF has another hearing, appeal or other administrative procedure, in accordance with a law or regulation applicable to the action in question. The NOTICE of the ENF indicates the nature and basis of the claim and the discharge requested and indicates all the data supporting this claim. A copy of the submission must be sent to the Grants Management Officer at the same time. The Scholarship Administrator provides the ENF with a written copy of the Assistant Administrator`s decision. The decisions of the Assistant Administrator are final, unless the NEF appeals against the decision of the FAS administrator within 30 days of the date of receipt of the decision.
All appeals must be addressed in writing and to the FAS administrator. There will be no hearing. The law authorizes federal authorities to terminate all or part of a grant, cooperation contract or contract available to the enemy, as defined in the NDAA for GJ 2015. This status applies to procurement, grants and cooperation agreements, and the OMB will consult, where appropriate, with the procurement community before providing definitive guidance, including the tasks and responsibilities of the covered combat command and federal entities. With the exception of access to the recordings, the Never Contract with Enemy plan will expire in December 2019; However, there is a recent proposal to extend these requirements. The OMB expects that these legal requirements can be extended and therefore requests advice at this stage on these proposed revisions. (a) With the exception of Sub-Paragraph F of that part, the OMB may authorize exemptions for categories of federal or non-federal entities that are subject to the requirements of this party, where exceptions are not prohibited by law. For the sake of maximum uniformity, derogations from the requirements of this party can only be granted as indicated at point (d) of this section or in unusual circumstances. In general, “substantial participation” refers to the degree to which federal officials directly execute or implement parts of the allocation program. In the case of a grant, the federal government maintains a more strict oversight and oversight function.