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FAR Part 7- Acquisition Planning
FAR Part 7 outlines the policies and procedures for developing acquisition plans, determining whether to use commercial or government resources when acquiring goods or services, making lease vs. buy decisions, and determining whether functions meet the definition of inherently governmental.
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FAR Part 8- Required Sources of Supplie...
This part deals with prioritizing sources of supplies and services for use by the Government.
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FAR Part 9- Contractor Qualifications
This part prescribes policies, standards, and procedures pertaining to prospective contractors’ responsibility; debarment, suspension, and ineligibility; qualified products; first article testing and approval; contractor team arrangements; defense production pools and research and development pools; and organizational conflicts of interest.
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FAR Part 10- Market Research
This part prescribes policies and procedures for conducting market research to arrive at the most suitable approach to acquiring, distributing, and supporting supplies and services.
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FAR Part 11- Describing Agency Needs
FAR Part 11 prescribes the policies and procedures that contracting professionals should use when describing customer requirements and agency needs.
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FAR Part 12- Acquisition of Commercial Items
This part prescribes policies and procedures unique to the acquisition of commercial items and implements the Federal Government’s preference for the acquisition of commercial items, which is to be achieved by establishing acquisition policies that more closely reflect those of the commercial market.
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FAR Part 13- Simplified Acquisition Pro...
FAR Part 13 prescribes the policies and procedures that contracting professionals should use when acquiring items for which the aggregate price does not exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.
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FAR Part 14- Sealed Bidding
This part prescribes the process for using sealed bidding, a method of contracting that employs competitive bids, public opening of bids, and awards.
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FAR Part 18- Emergency Acquisitions (Ne...
This part identifies acquisition flexibilities that are available for emergency acquisitions. These flexibilities are specific techniques or procedures that may be used to streamline the standard acquisition process.
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FAR Part 15- Contracting By Negotiation
This part prescribes policies and procedures governing competitive and noncompetitive negotiated acquisitions. A contract awarded using other than sealed bidding procedures is a negotiated contract.
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