The Federal Office for Public Procurement should also determine all the conditions for the participation of the winners in an evaluation funded by the federal government as well as all the evaluation activities to be carried out by the Federal Prize. and (b) reporting on programme performance. The Federal Procurement Agency must use joint information collections approved by the OMB, where applicable, when providing financial and performance reporting information. If necessary and in accordance with the above information collections, the Federal Procurement Agency must request the recipient to link financial data and performance to the targets and performance objectives of the federal award. In accordance with the current information collections noted above, and where required by the terms and conditions of federal procurement, recipients are required to provide cost information to demonstrate cost-effective practices (e.g., through unit cost data). In some cases (e.g. discretionary research grants), this is limited to the obligation to submit technical performance reports (which must be evaluated in accordance with the guidelines of the Federal Agency for Public Procurement). Reporting obligations should be clearly stated so that, where necessary, performance during the execution of the federal award is within a standard against which the performance of non-federal organizations can be measured. (a) The Federal Agency for Public Procurement measures the performance of the beneficiary in order to demonstrate the achievement of the objectives of the programme, share lessons learned, improve programme results and promote the introduction of promising practices.
The objectives of the programme should be derived from programming and design. See § 200.202 for more information. Where appropriate, federal public procurement may include specific programme objectives, indicators, targets, baseline data, data collection or expected results (e.g. results or services or the public impact of any of these outcomes) with a planned timetable for achievement. Where appropriate, this should include key performance indicators or independent data sources that can be used to measure progress. The Federal Office of Public Procurement determines how performance progress is measured, which may vary depending on the programme. Progress in performance measurement needs to be measured and reported. See § 200.329 for more information on monitoring program performance. If necessary, the Federal Office of Public Procurement may contain specific requirements for the programme. To the extent permitted by law, these requirements must be coordinated with the federal procurement agency`s strategic objectives, strategic objectives or performance targets that are relevant to the program. See also OMB Circular A-11, Preparation, Presentation and Implementation of Part 6 of the Budget. When acquiring real property and services through federal arbitration, a state must follow the same policies and procedures it uses to obtain from its non-federal funds.
The State will comply with §§ 200.321, 200.322 and 200.323 and will ensure that each order or other contract contains all the clauses required by § 200.327. All other non-federal entities, including sub-recipients of a state, must comply with the procurement standards set out in §§ 200.318 to 200.327. (2) The need to award contracts for the service, taking into account the capabilities of the non-federal body in the relevant field. The Federal Procurement Agency or the Transmitting Agency completes the federal allocation if it determines that all applicable administrative measures and all necessary federal procurement work have been performed by the non-federal agency. If the non-federal agency does not meet the requirements, the federal procurement agency or transmitting agency will enter into federal arbitration with the available information. This article sets out the steps that the non-federal agency and the federal contracting authority or transmitting agency must take to complete this process at the end of the enforcement period. Non-federal organizations are subject to non-procurement exclusion and suspension requirements for the implementation of Orders in Council 12549 and 12689, 2 CFR Part 180. The provisions of Part 180 of 2 CFR restrict the awarding, subcontracting, and contracting with specific parties that are excluded, suspended or otherwise excluded or excluded from participation in federal assistance programs or activities. (a) § 200.201 Use of grant agreements (including lump sums), cooperation agreements and contracts, paragraph (b)(5); (d) Ownership. Proceeds from the sale of real property, equipment or accessories are not program income; This product will be generated in accordance with the requirements of property standards § 200.311, 200.313 and 200.314 or as expressly stated in federal laws, regulations or the terms of federal arbitration. (ii) any lobbying rendered inadmissible by subsection (c)(1)(iii) of this Section to influence the laws of the Crown in order to directly reduce costs or avoid material interference with the non-federal entity`s authority to perform the grant, contract or other agreement; or (7) For federal grants for similar purposes or in cases of approved blending, a non-federal entity may submit performance plans that include funds from multiple federal grants and take into account their combined use based on performance-based measures, provided that such plans are approved in advance by all relevant federal awarding agencies.
In these cases, the non-federal agency must apply for exemption from the requirements on the basis of documents describing the method of cost charging, linking the allocation of costs to the specific activity applicable to all sources of funding and on the basis of quantifiable measures of the activity in relation to the calculated time. 5. The obligation for the sub-beneficiary to grant the pass-through entity and the statutory auditors access to the sub-beneficiary`s records and financial statements to the extent necessary for the pass-through unit to comply with the requirements of this Part; and (B) All contracts over $10,000 must be terminated for cause and convenience by the non-federal entity, including the manner in which it is conducted and the basis for the settlement. (e) Requirements of the Federal Public Procurement Authority. All other information required by the Federal Office for Public Procurement. (4) Provide the OMB with annual updates to the Compliance Supplement and work with the OMB to ensure that the Compliance Supplement focuses the auditor on testing the compliance requirements most likely to result in inappropriate payments, fraud, waste, abuse or the preparation of audit findings for which the Federal Procurement Agency takes sanctions. (2) The audited officer shall prepare the annual financial statements of the federal program that include at least a schedule for the use of federal premiums for the program and notes describing the significant accounting principles used in preparing the schedule, a summary schedule for past audit findings in accordance with the requirements of paragraph 200.511(b) and a corrective action plan in accordance with the Requirements of § 200.511(c).