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NOTICE OF APPEAL
Board of Contract Appeals,
(Care of address of appropriate Contracting Officer), U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
(Contractor or Subcontractor)
Under Contract (Subcontract) No
The undersigned contractor appeals to the Atomic Energy Commission Board of Contract Appeals from the decision dated
(Name of contracting officer)
The decision is erroneous because: (State the portion of the decision being appealed and the reasons therefor.)
The statement of fact and argument in the form of a brief in support of appeal is (is not) attached. A brief in support of the appeal will (will not) be submitted. Request is (is not) made for a decision on an expedited basis under 10 CFR section 3.205.
Dated at Germantown, Md., this 2d day of February 1970.
W. B. MCCOOL, Secretary.
Contract Appeals Board
This Special Edition contains a compilation of the Revised Rules of Practice and Procedure Before the Contract Appeals Board as amended through June 25, 1968, and in force on October 21, 1969, which constitute Title 36 of District of Columbia Rules and Regulations, together with an Introduction, a Table of Contents and an Index.
The text of the Rules is derived from the 1962 revision, which was published in VIII D. C. Register 253 (April 30, 1962), and the subsequent amendments published in IX D. C. Register 239 (May 13, 1963), XII D. C. Register 177 (February 28, 1966) and XV D. C. Register 15-16 (July 15, 1968).
The Chairman of the Board advised the Executive Secretary, by memorandum dated November 20, 1969 and bearing the written approval of Corporation Counsel Charles T. Duncan, that for reasons stated therein neither the filing requirement of Section 7(a), nor any other section, of the District of Columbia Administrative Procedure Act applies to the Contract Appeals Board. Nevertheless, the Chairman transmitted therewith to the Executive Secretary a certified copy of the Board's Rules in force October 21, 1969 and declared that, even though not required by statute, he was filing them with the Executive Secretary because "* I believe firmly in the principle that there should be a central depository for all procedural rules relating to functions of any part of the District of Columbia Government.
Any amendments to the in regular issues of the D. C. supplement hereto.
Rules herein will be published
TITLE 36, including an amendment service, may be purchased for $.50 per copy, from the Department of Economic Development, Bureau of Licenses and Inspections, Room 103 Washington, D.C. 200 01. Check or money order should be made payable to 'D. C. Treasurer".
614 H Street, NW.
A General Explanation of the D. C. Rules and Regulations appears in the Special Edition containing Title 1 and in the General Index Special Edition. A list of titles, subtitles, chapters, subchapters, and parts of the entire set of D. C. Rules and Regulations is also published in the General Index Special Edition.
This title is published as a Special Edition of the D. C. Register under the authority contained in the D. C. Administrative Procedure Act, 82 Stat. 1203. Collectively, the Special Editions of the D. C. Register constitute the D. C. Rules and Regulations, and a listing of all of the titles so published is contained in Chapter II of the Rules and Regulations of the Office of the Commissioner (Title 1, DCRR), The contents of the D. C. Register are required to be judicially noticed (82 Stat. 1203). The preferred citation of the compilation is "DCRR". Thus, the citation of "1 DCRR 1. 1" refers to section 1.1 of Title 1. However, in Title 36 the numerals following "DCRR" refer to a Rule and not a section; thus 36 DCRR 2.5 refers to Rule 2.5.
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