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Title 41–PUBLIC CONTRACTS AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT consists of Subtitle A–Federal Procurement Regulations System (Note); Subtitle B-Other Provisions Relating to Public Contracts; Subtitle C-Federal Property Management Regulations System; Subtitle D is reserved for other provisions relating to property management, Subtitle E-Federal Information Resources Management Regulations System and Subtitle F_Federal Travel Regulation System.

As of July 1, 1985, the text of subtitle A is no longer published in the Code of Federal Regulations. For an explanation of the status of subtitle A, see 41 CFR chapters 1-100 (page 3).

Other government-wide procurement regulations relating to public contracts appear in chapters 50 through 100, subtitle B.

The Federal property management regulations in chapter 101 of subtitle C are government-wide property management regulations issued by the General Services Administration. In the remaining chapters of subtitle C are the implementing and supplementing property management regulations issued by individual Government agencies. Those regulations which implement chapter 101 are numerically keyed to it.

The Federal Travel Regulation System in chapters 300–304 of subtitle F is issued by the General Services Administration.

Title 41 is composed of four volumes. The chapters in these volumes are arranged as follows: Chapters 1-100, chapter 101, chapters 102—200, and chapter 201 to End. These volumes represent all current regulations codified under this title of the CFR as of July 1, 2000.

Redesignation tables appear in the finding aids section of the volumes containing chapter 101 and chapters 102 to 200.

For this volume, Jonn V. Lilyea was Chief Editor. The Code of Federal Regulations publication program is under the direction of Frances D. McDonald, assisted by Alomha S. Morris.


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Title 41—Public Contracts and Property


(This book contains chapter 201 to End)





CHAPTER 300—General


CHAPTER 301-Temporary Duty (TDY) Travel Allowances


CHAPTER 302–Relocation Allowances


CHAPTER 303—Payment of Expenses Connected with the
Death of Certain Employees


CHAPTER 304—Payment From a Non-Federal Source for
Travel Expenses


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