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TABLE OF SECTIONS OF SELECTED
SUBTITLE A-GENERAL MILITARY LAW
PART I-ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL MILITARY POWERS
TITLE 10, UNITED STATES CODE
CHAPTER 4 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
142. Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Atomic Energy.
Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Deputy Secretary of Defense.
Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology.
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.
Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness.
Director of Defense Research and Engineering.
Assistant Secretaries of Defense.
Director of Operational Test and Evaluation.
CHAPTER 18-MILITARY SUPPORT FOR CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
381. Procurement by State and local governments of law enforcement equipment suitable for counter-drug activities through the Department of Defense.
1 This table of sections is not part of title 10 but is included for the convenience of the reader.
I. General Authorities and Responsibilities
II. Defense Acquisition Positions
III. Acquisition Corps
IV. Education and Training
V. General Management Provisions
CHAPTER 53—MISCELLANEOUS RIGHTS AND BENEFITS
Protected communications; prohibition of retaliatory personnel actions.
CHAPTER 87-DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE
SUBCHAPTER I-GENERAL AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
SUBCHAPTER II-DEFENSE ACQUISITION POSITIONS
Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology: authorities
Director of Acquisition Education, Training, and Career Development.
Directors of Acquisition Career Management in the military departments.
Personnel in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and in the Defense
Designation of acquisition positions.
General education, training, and experience requirements.
SUBCHAPTER III-ACQUISITION CORPS
Acquisition Corps: in general.
Selection criteria and procedures.
Definitions and general provisions.
Critical acquisition positions.
Education, training, and experience requirements for critical acquisition
SUBCHAPTER IV-EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Policies and programs: establishment and implementation.
SUBCHAPTER V-GENERAL MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS
Cooperative education program.
Additional education and training programs available to acquisition per
Defense acquisition university structure.
1764. Authority to establish different minimum experience requirements.
Management information system.
Report to Secretary of Defense.
Reassignment of authority.
PART IV-SERVICE, SUPPLY, AND PROCUREMENT
Apportionment of funds: authority for exemption; excepted expenses. Regulations on procurement, production, warehousing, and supply distribution functions.
Obligation of appropriations.
Disbursement of funds of military department to cover obligations of an-
Proceeds of sales of supplies: credit to appropriations.
the United Nations.
Limitation on acquisition of excess supplies.
Transfer of funds to other departments and agencies: limitation.
Comparable budgeting for common procurement weapon systems.
CHAPTER 134-MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
Retention of morale, welfare, and recreation funds by military installations: limitation.
Performance based management: acquisition programs.
Prohibition on use of funds for documenting economic or employment impact of certain acquisition programs.
CHAPTER 137-PROCUREMENT GENERALLY
Simplified acquisition threshold.
Implementation of simplified acquisition procedures.
Implementation of FACNET capability.
Contracts: competition requirements.
2304a. Task and delivery order contracts: general authority.
Applicability of chapter.
2304b. Task order contracts: advisory and assistance services.
2304a. Contracts: hibition on competition between Department of Defense and
small businesses and certain other entities.
Contracts: planning, solicitation, evaluation, and award procedures.
Kinds of contracts.
Cost or pricing data: truth in negotiations.
Allocation of appropriations.
Assignment and delegation of procurement functions and responsibilities.
[2329, 2330. Repealed.]
2331. Contracts for professional and technical services.
CHAPTER 138-COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS WITH NATO ALLIES AND OTHER COUNTRIES
I. Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements
Examination of records of contractor.
Laws inapplicable to agencies named in section 2303 of this title.
Disclosure of identity of contractor.
Advocates for competition.
Encouragement of new competitors.
Validation of proprietary data restrictions.
Contract goal for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher education.
Credit for Indian contracting in meeting certain subcontracting goals for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher education.
Allowable costs under defense contracts.
Undefinitized contractual actions: restrictions.
Contracts: consideration of national security objectives.
Release of technical data under Freedom of Information Act: recovery of costs.
SUBCHAPTER I-ACQUISITION AND CROSS-SERVICING AGREEMENTS
Inventories of supplies not to be increased.
Annual report on non-NATO agreements.
Authority to acquire logistic support, supplies, and services for elements of the armed forces deployed outside the United States.
Waiver of applicability of certain laws.
Methods of payment for acquisitions and transfers by the United States.
Crediting of receipts.
Limitation on amounts that may be obligated or accrued by the United
SUBCHAPTER II-OTHER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS
Cooperative research and development projects: allied countries.
Cooperative military airlift agreements: allied countries.
NATO Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) program: author-
Procurement of communications support and related supplies and services. Authority to accept use of real property, services, and supplies from foreign countries in connection with mutual defense agreements and occupational arrangements.
Memorandums of agreement: Department of Defense ombudsman for foreign signatories.
Foreign contributions for cooperative projects.
Burden sharing contributions by designated countries and regional organizations.