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Far Interagency Agreements

Intermittent procurement is a procedure that allows a federal authority that requires supplies or services to obtain those supplies or services from a federal authority. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subsection 17.5 describes the policies and procedures applicable to all intergovernmental procurement. This regime is the result of the Law on Economy, which allows agencies to enter into agreements to obtain supplies or services through inter-authority acquisition. Intergovernmental acquisitions are typically made through supply contracts of indefinite duration, such as mission and supply contracts. Agencies use inter-authority agreements (e.g.B. consolidated purchase, co-use or service agreements) when they purchase services or facilities from other government authorities and comply with the guidelines and procedures set out in point 17.502-2, The Economy Act. (1) Any provision of the Economy Act to obtain supplies or services through intergovernmental acquisitions is supported by a provision and findings (D&F). The D&F shall (ii) the file of each agency must contain the inter-authority agreement between the applicant agency and the host authority and contain sufficient documents to ensure appropriate control in accordance with point 4.801(b). (i) Before issuing an invitation, the service agency and the request agency shall sign both a written inter-service agreement defining the general terms and conditions of sale of the relationship between the parties, including roles and responsibilities in planning acquisitions, executing the contract, managing and managing the contract or order(s).

The application agency shall make available to the service agency all applicable conditions and statutes, rules, policies and other requirements for registration in the contract or agency. In the absence of clear requirements from the Agency beyond the FAR, the applicant Agency must inform the contract agent of the service agency in writing. For acquisitions on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, see also subsection 17.7. For patents, see 27.304-2. When preparing inter-agency agreements to support sustained acquisitions, authorities should review the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Interagency Acquisitions guidelines, available in www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/omb/assets/OMB/procurement/interagency_acq/iac_revised.pdf. (b) Subject to the tax provisions of the agencies and applicable inter-administrative agreements, the requesting agency shall reimburse the service agency for services provided in accordance with economic law (31 U.S.C.1535). (b) business conditions analysis requirements applicable to contracts with more than one agency and to national acquisition contracts. To enter into an intergovernmental or intergovernmental acquisition contract, a business case analysis must be conducted by the Service Agency and approved in accordance with the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) guidelines available under. www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/omb/procurement/memo/development-review-and-approval-of-business-cases-for-certain-interagency-and-agency-specific-acquisitions-memo.pdf. Business analysis should — (c) When an inter-authority agreement is concluded, agencies are encouraged to consider defining procedures to resolve problems that may arise from the agreement. FAR Subpart 17.5 describes the applicable policies and procedures required for all intergovernmental procurement.

(a) agencies shall avoid double audits, verifications, inspections and audits of contractors or subcontractors by more than one agency by using inter-authority agreements. (a) Economic Law (31 U.S.C.1535) allows agencies to enter into agreements to obtain supplies or services from another agency. Far applies when an agency uses another agency`s contract to obtain supplies or services. If the inter-administrative incident does not result in a contract or contract, the FAR does not apply. . . .