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president of the corporation and approval of the Attorney General pay such compensation or any part of it to worthy dependents of such inmates, where it is deemed to be in the public interest.*1 [Par. “Fifth"]
1.6 Basis of computation. The per capita cost of operation of the institution in which the inmate is confined shall be the value of subsistence and quarters which shall be added to the cash compensation paid inmates to arrive at the monthly compensation as a base for the computation of the amount of accident compensation payable.** [Par. "Sixth"]
1.7 Making claim. Claim for accident compensation can be made any time prior to discharge from the institution, but must be made within 1 year following discharge from the institution. No compensation for disability will be paid until after discharge from the institution, and after a formal claim has been submitted on Form FPI-43. Claim must be signed and sworn to by the person claiming compensation, or if physically unable to do so, by some one in his behalf. If pos. sible claim should be submitted through the official in charge of the claimant during his employment by Federal Prison Industries, or if prepared after the inmate's discharge, through the local probation or parole officer.** [P. 7, par. 3]
1.8 Medical attention required subsequent to discharge. Where medical, surgical or hospital treatment is required subsequent to discharge of the inmate from the institution, approval must be secured from the Commissioner of Prison Industries prior to securing such services. If such services are approved as payable by the corporation, the claimant should make no payments but arrange to forward the accounts to Washington for direct payment.*+ [P. 8, par. 1]
1.9 Beneficiaries. In making claim for accident compensation, claimant must indicate in detail those persons which are dependent on him, their relationship and all other facts as to residence, other income, etc., so that the corporation will be able to determine to what extent, if any they are dependent on the claimant. The corporation has the right to pay dependents in lieu of the inmate if conditions justify it, and therefore, such information is necessary to a proper determination of facts.*1 [P. 8, par. 2]
1.10 Employment of attorneys. Accident compensation will be paid to all injured inmates who qualify under the regulations in this part, and it is therefore unnecessary to employ attorneys or others to effect collection of claim. Under no circumstances will the inmate be permitted to assign any portion of his claim to an attorney or others, or pay for any assistance in connection with the collection of his claim if the fee or fees for such services exceed $25.*+ [P. 9, par. 1] PROCESSING TAXES: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Chapters I, II. PROCLAMATIONS, CLASSIFIED LISTS: See The President, 3 CFR Chapter I. PROCUREMENT DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY: See Public
Contracts, 41 CFR Chapter I. PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS: See Agricultural Credit, 6 CFR
Parts 50, 51, PUBLIC BUILDINGS REGULATIONS: See Parks and Forests, 36 CFR Part. 4.
1 This form may be obtained at the office of the Federal Prison Industries, Inc., Department of Justice, Washington, D. C.
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 1.1.
Chapter –Procurement Division, Department of the Treasury.
Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation regulations prescribing specifica
tions for tank vessels, boilers and appurtenances : See Shipping, 46 CFR Parts
31-35, 37, 50_57. Bureau of Public Roads regulations relating to construction of projects; labor,
materials and supply specifications: See Highways, 23 CFR Parts 1, 5, 10. Bureau of Standards regulations requiring certain supplies for Government
departments to conform with Federal specifications and prescribing test fee
schedules : See Commerce, 15 CFR Part 200. Canal Zone regulations relating to the purchase of supplies: See Panama Canal,
35 CFR Part 23. Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works; project construction, ma
terials, equipment and supplies, labor policies : See Public Property and Works,
44 CFR Parts 237, 263, 265. General Accounting Office regulations governing bills of lading for the trans
portation of Government property: See Accounts, 4 CFR Part 8.
Service, 39 CFR Part 2.
War Department: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Chapter VIII.
articles under the Interstate Commerce Commission regulations : See Trans-
PART 1-GENERAL PROVISIONS
Sec. 1.1 Procurement, warehousing, and dis- 1.3 Army Engineer Corps; work under.
tribution of property, equipment, 1.4 Surplus property, equipment, supsupplies.
plies, control and custody. 1.2 Agencies to perform procurement, 1.5 Definitions.
warehousing, or distribution of
property, equipment, supplies. Section 1.1 Procurement, warehousing, and distribution of property, equipment, supplies. The function of determination of policies and methods of procurement, warehousing, and distribution of property, facilities, structures, improvements, machinery, equipment, stores, and supplies exercised by any agency is transferred to a Procurement Division in the Treasury Department, at the head of which shall be a Director of Procurement.** [Sec. 1]
*88 1.1 to 1.5, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 403, 47 Stat. 413, sec. 16, 47 Stat. 1518; 5 U.S.C. 126.
The source of 88 1.1 to 1.5, inclusive, is Executive Order 6166, June 10, 1933; 5 U.S.C. 132 note.
ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter : Bull.
Bulletin, Director of Procurement, Treasury Department. Circ. Letter Circular letter, Director of Procurement, Treasury Department. E.O.
Treasury decision. 1.2 Agencies to perform procurement, warehousing, or distri
. bution of property, equipment, supplies. In respect of any kind of procurement, warehousing, or distribution for any agency the Procurement Division may, with the approval of the President, (a) undertake the performance of such procurement, warehousing, or distribution itself, or (b) permit such agency to perform such procurement, warehousing, or distribution, or (c) entrust such performance to some other agency, or (d) avail itself in part of
of these recourses, according as it may deem desirable in the interest of economy and efficiency. When the Procurement Division has prescribed the manner of procurement, warehousing, or distribution of any thing, no agency shall thereafter procure, warehouse, or distribute such thing in any manner other than so prescribed.** [Sec. 1]
1.3 Army Engineer Corps; work under. The execution of work now performed by the Corps of Engineers of the Army shall remain with said corps, subject to the responsibilities herein vested in the Procurement Division.*1 [Sec. 1]
CROSS REFERENCE: For regulations of the Corps of Engineers, War Department, see 33 CFR Chapter II.
1.4 Surplus property, equipment, supplies, control and custody. The Procurement Division shall also have control of all property, facilities, structures, machinery, equipment, stores, and supplies not necessary to the work of any agency; may have custody thereof or entrust custody to any other agency; and shall furnish the same to agencies as need therefor may arise.** [Sec. 1]
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 1.1.
1.5 Definitions. As used in SS 1.1-1.4, "agency” means any commission, independent establishment, board, bureau, division, service, or office in the executive branch of the Government.** [Sec. 21]
PART 10_PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES
Sec. 10.1 Policies and methods of coordi. 10.10 Technical assistance from denation and consolidation.
partments. 10.2 Methods and procedure; author- 10.11 Liaison representatives; depart
ments ity of Assistant Director of
and establishments to Procurement.
10.12 Federal Standard Stock Catalog. 10.3 Consolidated purchases.
10.13 Federal Standard Stock Catalog ; 10.4 Common contracts (general sched
reports of articles to be listed. ule of supplies).
10.14 Federal Standard Stock Catalog 10.5 Stock; direct distribution.
to govern departments. 10.6 Stock; lists of to govern agen- 10.15 Federal Standard Stock Catalog; cies; unlisted supplies.
publication. 10.7 Requisitions for non-stock items. 10.16 Amendments to regulations. 10.8 Requisitions limited to needs. 10.17 Authority of Director of Pro10.9 Standardization of supplies.
curement subject to approval of Secretary.
Section 10.1 Policies and methods of coordination and consolidation. The policies and methods of coordination and consolidation of the functions of the various departments and independent establishments, hereinafter referred to as executive departments, relating to the purchasing, warehousing, and distribution of material, supplies, and equipment hereinafter referred to as supplies, shall be under the direction of the Director of Procurement, and, after approval, shall be carried out by the Assistant Director, Branch of Supply.****
**88 10.1 to 10.17, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 1, Executive Order 6166, June 10, 1933 (88 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 of this title).
tiin 88 10.1 to 10.11, inclusive, the numbers to the right of the decimal point correspond with the respective section numbers in subdivision A, Regulations governing the operation of the Branch of Supply, Procurement Division, Treasury Department, approved by the President, Apr. 12, 1935.
10.2 Methods and procedure; authority of Assistant Director of Procurement. After approval of the general policy by the Director of Procurement, the method and procedure to be followed in the purchase, warehousing, or distribution of supplies shall be as designated by the Assistant Director, and may be applied to items or groups of items, geographical areas, or activities affected and may be modified or changed as conditions warrant.****
10.3 Consolidated purchases. Those supplies for which requirements can be anticipated and consolidated shall be purchased in definite quantities through the Branch of Supply, either directly or by one or more designated executive departments. Before a consolidated purchase of any commodity is made effective, there may be conducted a study of all of the factors entering into its procurement to determine whether the Branch of Supply can procure the article more economically or efficiently than other agencies, due consideration being given to any statute authorizing a specific agency to procure the particular commodity.**17
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 1.1.
10.4 Common contracts (general schedule of supplies). Those supplies for which requirements cannot be consolidated for definite quantity purchase but for which common contracts can be made with advantage shall be contracted for through the Branch of Supply either directly or by one or more designated executive departments.
10.5 Stock; direct distribution. In those areas where two or more services are located and where common requirements exist for frequently used supplies, stocks may be maintained at one or more points in the area from which requirements can be met by direct distribution.**
10.6 Stock; lists of to govern agencies; unlisted supplies. Those supplies of which the procurement, warehousing, or distribution is to be controlled by the Branch of Supply under one of the methods outlined above, will be listed and communicated to the executive departments as may be necessary, and thereafter no individual procurement, warehousing, or distribution of those articles shall take place except in emergencies. Supplies other than those so listed and including those peculiar to the needs of the particular executive de. partment shall continue to be procured, warehoused, or distributed by them, except that the facilities of the Branch of Supply or any designated activity may be availed of in connection therewith.*
10.7 Requisitions for non-stock items. Requisitions for supplies not carried in stock must fully identify the supplies needed by reference to existing specifications, or otherwise, and be submitted sufficiently in advance to permit of orderly and economical procurement.**
10.8 Requisitions limited to needs. Requisitions for supplies carried in stock shall be limited to current or anticipated needs. *f
10.9 Standardization of supplies. So far as practicable, sup. plies shall be standardized and unnecessary types, grades, and sizes eliminated.**
10.10 Technical assistance from departments. The Branch of Supply is authorized to call upon executive departments for such technical assistance as may be required in connection with its activities.*+
10.11 Liaison representatives; departments and establishments to designate. Each executive department and independent establishment will be requested to designate an authorized representative or representatives to act in a liaison capacity, with whom the Director of Procurement may, communicate direct concerning the transaction of public business arising under the regulations in this part.**
10.12 Federal Standard Stock Catalog. Under the general direction of the Director of Procurement, the Assistant Director shall determine the articles to be listed and the data to be included in the Federal Standard Stock Catalog. **+ [Sec. 1, subdivision B]
tiThe source of 88 10.12 to 10.17, inclusive, is Regulations governing the operation of the Branch of Supply, Procurement Division, Treasury Department, approved by the President, Apr, 12, 1935.
10.13 Federal Standard Stock Catalog; reports of articles to be listed. The head of each Department concerned will be requested
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 10.1.