(7) The bicycle or transport guidelines of the utility company for the supply service. (2) The U.S. Department of Defense (Department of Defense, DoD) is 10 United States. C.2304 and 40 U.S.C.113 (3) authorizes the purchase of military facility procurement services. (5) 52.241-11, Several service sites (as defined in point 41.101) where possible alternative service sites are made available, except under extended contracts, are required. This contract is akin to an energy-saving contract; In this case, the distribution company (instead of an ESCO) provides energy services and pays for upgrades for payment from the research campus. Payments are made on the basis of the energy savings made by the project. (2) procurement services that end in purchase, exchange or any other means by a federal electricity or water marketing agency that is available in that agency`s marketing or marketing program; (e) when the government receives services in accordance with paragraph c of this section, the contracting authority takes action each year from the date of the final refusal to enforce a bilateral written contract. The contractor documents the data history of the distribution companies and the efforts made, and the Agency communicates in writing to the gsA agency if the supplier still refuses to execute a bilateral contract. (7) Third-party-funded shared savings projects, funded by 42 United States.
C 8287. However, agencies can use Part 41 to achieve energy savings or procurement services purchased directly through a third-party-funded project to achieve common savings of less than 42 U.S. dollars. C.8287 for a period of no more than 25 years. The supply service means a service such as electricity, natural gas or product, water, sewers, thermal energy, cooled water, steam, hot water or hot water at high temperature. The application of Part 41 to other services (z.B. waste disposal, snow removal) may be appropriate if the acquisition is not subject to Chapter 67.C, Service Contract Labor Standards (see 37.107). (5) identify all available sources or methods of procurement, analyze the cost-effectiveness of each source and report the ability of each source to provide the necessary service, including the location and description of each supplier`s facilities available at the nearest point of service, as well as the costs of providing or obtaining the necessary warranties and other ancillary services.
(3) cable television (CATV) and telecommunications services; (i) enter into contracts, in accordance with applicable national legislation, for the purchase or transfer of electricity to the Agency by a non-public body, including an entity qualified under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978; 41,601 service forms. (a) in the event of the purchase of services in the context of a generalized market, an inter-institutional designation or agreement, the standard form (FS) 33, the invitation, the offer and the award; SF 26, award/market; or SF 1447, invitation/contract. b) the contractor must include the applicable tariff nomenclature in each contract, order or modification. (a) requests for assistance from GSA adjudicator delegations under a proposed contract, in accordance with item 41.203, and the disclosure of other necessary information in this part are addressed or forwarded to the General Administration of Services (GSA) region where service is required. The names and locations of the GSA regional offices are available at: a) the GSA will provide, upon request, technical and technical acquisition assistance, or delegate to its adjudicating authority the services described in this section to each federal authority, the joint-owned government corporation, the District of Columbia, the Senate, the House of Representatives or the architect of the Capitol, and any activity under the direction of the architect.