Part 13 - SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION PROCEDURES  


§ 13.000 Scope of part.
Subpart 13.1 — Procedures
§ 13.101 General.
§ 13.102 Source list.
§ 13.103 Use of standing price quotations.
§ 13.104 Promoting competition.
§ 13.105 Synopsis and posting requirements.
§ 13.106 Soliciting competition, evaluation of quotations or offers, award and documentation.
§ 13.106-1 Soliciting competition.
§ 13.106-2 Evaluation of quotations or offers.
§ 13.106-3 Award and documentation.
§ 13.001 Definitions.
Subpart 13.2 — Actions at or Below the Micro-Purchase Threshold
§ 13.201 General.
§ 13.202 Unenforceability of unauthorized obligations in micro-purchases.
§ 13.203 Purchase guidelines.
§ 13.002 Purpose.
Subpart 13.3 — Simplified Acquisition Methods
§ 13.301 Governmentwide commercial purchase card.
§ 13.302 Purchase orders.
§ 13.303 Blanket purchase agreements (BPAs).
§ 13.304 [Reserved]
§ 13.305 Imprest funds and third party drafts.
§ 13.306 SF 44, Purchase Order — Invoice — Voucher.
§ 13.307 Forms.
§ 13.302-1 General.
§ 13.302-2 Unpriced purchase orders.
§ 13.302-3 Obtaining contractor acceptance and modifying purchase orders.
§ 13.302-4 Termination or cancellation of purchase orders.
§ 13.302-5 Clauses.
§ 13.303-1 General.
§ 13.303-2 Establishment of BPAs.
§ 13.303-3 Preparation of BPAs.
§ 13.303-4 Clauses.
§ 13.303-5 Purchases under BPAs.
§ 13.303-6 Review procedures.
§ 13.303-7 Completion of BPAs.
§ 13.303-8 Optional clause.
§ 13.305-1 General.
§ 13.305-2 Agency responsibilities.
§ 13.305-3 Conditions for use.
§ 13.305-4 Procedures.
§ 13.003 Policy.
§ 13.004 Legal effect of quotations.
Subpart 13.4 — Fast Payment Procedure
§ 13.401 General.
§ 13.402 Conditions for use.
§ 13.403 Preparation and execution of orders.
§ 13.404 Contract clause.
§ 13.005 List of laws inapplicable to contracts and subcontracts at or below the simplified acquisition threshold.
Subpart 13.5 — Simplified Procedures for Certain Commercial Items
§ 13.500 General.
§ 13.501 Special documentation requirements.
§ 13.006 Inapplicable provisions and clauses.

Authority

40 U.S.C. 121(c); 10 U.S.C. chapter 137; and 42 U.S.C. 2473(c).

Source

62 FR 64917, Dec. 9, 1997, unless otherwise noted.