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PREFERENCE (0) YES O NO
TYPE OF CONTRACT (37-)
01 O FIXED PRICL, FIRM
QOFIXED PRICE, REDATERY.KATION
03 FIXED PRICL, ESCALATION
04 FIXED PRICE, INCENTIVE
65 O COST, NO FCE
06 O COST SHARING
07 COST PLUS Fixed Fee

COST Pwus INCENTIVES
09 TIME AND MATERIALS
10 LABOR HOUR

PLACE OF PERFORMANCE LADOR SURPLUS AREA YES NO O
KIND OF ACTION (4-2)

ROUSON FOR NOT SELECTING 01 INITIAL LITTER CONTRACT

SMALL BUSINESS (4) QODIF. CONTR. SUPER LTR CONTR

Suru BUSINESS NOT SOUCITED: 03 DUS BUTIVE CONTRACT

10 NO KNOWN SMALL BUS. SOURCE 04 D ORDER UNDER CONTRACT

2 O UNSOUCITED PROPOSAL OS PURCHASE REQUEST

30 OTHER 06 OGRANT

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1 BID NOT RECEIVED DEFINITIVE

LOTTER

5 DID NOT Low O ADDITIONAL WORK no

6O BID NOT RESPONSIVE O FUNDING ACTION

70 QUANTITATIVE AND DOLY, Rigt. 09 D CHANGE ORDER

19 0

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NUMBER OF PROPOSALS: 10 ADVERTISED

SOUCITTD-TOTAL 20 NCGOTIATED COMPITIVE

SOUCITED-SMALL BUS.(ed) SOJNCC EVALUATION EOARD 30 NESOT AT COMPETITIVE

RECETVED TOTAL NO SOURCE EVALUATION BOARD 40 FOLLOW ON AFTER COMP. NEG.

RECEIVED SMALL Bus.(co-. SNEG, NONCOMPETITIVE

PROPOSED PROCUREMENT SYNOPSIZED

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One type lists the individual prime contracts in various sorts and degrees of detail. The reports which are made avaliable to the public at the NASA's Public Affairs Office are described as follows:

NASA PROCUREMENT REPORTS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC Semiannual and annual procurement reports

A compilation of statistics on various aspects of NASA's procurement program. Distributed to the Congress, other Government agencies, and, upon individual request for each issuance, to the public. E-18 NASA's prime contracts By State and city

A geographical listing of all active contracts of generally $10,000 and over in simple format (no coding) showing for each contract the contractor name, contract date, brief description, NASA project involved and current fiscal year and cumulative obligations. Issued quarterly. Contains data on approximately 11,000 contracts. Available for inspection at the NASA Public Affairs Office. E-18A NASA's prime contractorsBy State and city

A summary of the E-18 showing the States and cities in which NASA work is being performed, the names of the contractors, the number of their active contracts and aggregate current fiscal year and cumulative obligations on the contracts. Does not list individual contracts. Issued monthly. Available for inspection at the NASA Public Affairs Office. E-19 NASA's prime contractsAlphabetically by contractor

Same content as E-18 but arranged alphabetically by contractor. Shows individual contracts and place of performance and provides total dollar data for each contractor and division thereof. Available for inspection at the NASA Public Affairs office. E-19A NASA's prime contractorsAlphabetically by contractor

A summary of the E-19 showing the individual contractors but not individual contracts. Shows total number of active contracts at each place of performance and current fiscal year and cumulative obligations on the contracts. Issued monthly. Available for inspection at the NAŠA Public Affairs Office. E-21 NASA's prime contractsBy installation

A listing of all active contracts of generally $10,000 and over sorted by installation and alphabetically by contractor under each installation. Includes detailed statistical data and obligations and accrued costs on each contract. Issued quarterly. Available for inspection at the NASA Procurement Office. E-22 monthly procurement actions

A listing of procurement actions of generally $10,000 and over accomplished during the given month, sorted by installation and alphabetically by contractor under each installation. Describes each new procurement and each modification to an existing contract. Includes detailed statistical data and the amount of obligations resulting from each action. Issued monthly. Available for inspection at the NASA Public Affairs Office.

The prime contract listings are also sorted by NASA program and project for program management purposes.

Another type of report provides statistical compilations and analyses of the data contained in the NASA Form 507. The NASA annual procurement report shows the type of data made available to the public. Additional analyses which provide data on the procurement performance of the individual field installations are compiled for procurement management purposes.

APPENDIX D

SECTION 303(b), PUBLIC LAW 88–426. THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE SALARY ACT

OF 1964

(b) Level II of the Federal Executive Salary Schedule shall apply to the following offices and positions, for which the annual rate of basic compensation shall be $30,000:

(1) Deputy Secretary of Defense.
(2) Under Secretary of State.
(3) Administrator, Agency for International Development.
(4) Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
(5) Administrator of Veterans Affairs.
(6) Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency.
(7) Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency.
(8) Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission.
(9) Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers.
(10) Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
(11) Director of the Bureau of the Budget.
(12) Director of the Office of Science and Technology.

(13) Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency:

(14) Director of the United States Information Agency.

(15) Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, so long as the position is held by the present incumbent: Provided, That thereafter the position shall be placed in level III.

(16) Director of Central Intelligence.
(17) Secretary of the Air Force.
(18) Secretary of the Army.
(19) Secretary of the Navy.

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