(i) federal statutes or executive orders that generally apply to federal or doD grants and cooperation agreements; and the site: www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions on this site to submit comments. (2) « 2 » for cooperation agreements, including technology investment agreements, which are cooperation agreements (see Appendix B to 32 CFR, Part 37). The transfer of a value to a beneficiary for the performance of a public support or stimulus objective authorized by a U.S. law (cf. 31 US.C. 6101 (3)). Subsidies, cooperation agreements and investment agreements in the field of technology are examples of legal aid instruments. The managers of grants and cooperation agreements manage these distinctions in accordance with the following sections of the DODGARs, supplemented by this subsection: Yes, any dod component that grants grants or enters into cooperation agreements must have a formal procedure (see item 21.425) for the selection and appointment of fellows and for the closing of their appointments. Similarly, each component of DoD that awards or manages technology investment agreements must have a process for selecting and appointing agreements to conclude and terminate its appointments. 5. Prohibitions on disability discrimination in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 1973 (29 U.C 794), as implemented by the department of justice provisions under section 28 CFR, Part 41, and by DoD Regulations under 32 CFR, Part 56. They apply to all grant recipients and require a downward flow to sub-recipients.
c. in the contract, the clauses covered by 29 CFR 5.5a (a) in the provisions of the Ministry of Labour (29 CFR, Part 5); « labour standards provisions for contracts that govern federally funded and supported contracts »), to require the contractor to comply with the terms of pay (construction) as amended (40 U.S.C 3141-44, 3146 and 3147); and (a) Individual rewards are used effectively for the delivery of DoD programs and are conducted and managed in accordance with laws, executive orders, regulations and DoD. The other of these two proposed amendments relates to the DoDGAR portion of the TIA, 32 CFR, Part 37. This amendment benefits DoD Components and reduces costs by imposing a requirement in 10 U.S. states. C 2371 is removed from this regulation, which is no longer in force, in order to provide Congress with annual information on cooperation agreements or transactions other than contracts, cooperation contracts and subsidies that use certain provisions of 10.C 2371. Public Law 113-291 removed this annual declaration of 10.C 2371. Ordering and ordering officers should be given a great deal of leeway to make a judgment in the performance of their duties, which must ensure that the doD components comply with paragraph 5.e of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directive, which is entitled « Requiring a DUNS number in applications for federal grants and cooperation agreements. » 2. paragraph 5.e requires electronic systems that process information relating to subsidies and cooperation agreements (which cover DoD`s technology investment agreements) to accept UNS numbers. Any DoD component that grants or manages grants or cooperation agreements must ensure that DUNS numbers are accepted by any system for which the DoD component controls the system specifications. If the specifications of such a system are subject to the control of another organization and the system cannot accept DUNS numbers, the DoD component must inform that organization about the application of the OMB directive for the use of DUNS numbers with copy to: Director for Basic Research, OASD (R-E), 3040 Defense Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-3040.