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Code of Federal Regulations Title 41. Public Contracts and Property Management § 41.101–39.207 Reimbursement for services

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(a) GSA Regional Administrators will issue, as appropriate, regional bulletins announcing the GSA vehicle rental rates applicable to their respective regions.

(b) The using agency will be billed for GSA Interagency Fleet Management System (IFMS) services provided for under this part at rates fixed by GSA. Such rates are designed to recover all GSA IFMS fixed and variable costs. Rates will be reviewed and revised periodically to determine that reimbursement is sufficient to recover applicable costs. Failure by using agencies to reimburse GSA for vehicle services will be cause for GSA to terminate motor vehicle assignments.

(c) IFMS services provided to authorized Government contractors and subcontractors will be billed to the responsible agency unless such agency requests that the contractor be billed directly. In case of nonpayment by a contractor, GSA will bill the responsible agency which authorized the contractor's use of GSA IFMS services.

(d) Using agencies will be billed for accidents and incidents as described in § 101–39.406. Agencies may also be charged administrative fees when vehicles are not properly maintained, repaired, or when the vehicle is subject to abuse or neglect.

(e) Agencies may be charged for recovery of expenses for repairs or services to GSA IFMS vehicles which are not authorized by the GSA IFMS either through preventive maintenance notices, approval from a GSA Maintenance Control Center, or approval from a GSA fleet management center, per instructions in the operator's guide issued with each vehicle. Excess costs relating to the failure to utilize self-service gasoline pumps or the unnecessary use of premium grade gasoline may also be recovered from using agencies (see § 101–38.401–2 of this chapter).

A. The board shall have the following autonomous powers and duties:

(1) To regulate the issuance of real estate appraiser and trainee licenses.

(2) To establish administrative procedures for processing applications and issuing licenses to real estate appraisers and trainees.

(3) To adopt any rules and regulations in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act necessary for the enforcement of this Chapter.

(4) To require any satisfactory proof it may desire in reference to the honesty, truthfulness, reputation, knowledge, and experience of any applicant for a real estate appraiser license prior to the issuance of any license.

(5) To adopt standards for the development and communication of real estate appraisals and to adopt regulations explaining and interpreting the standards.

(6) To conduct disciplinary proceedings pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter, to suspend or revoke licenses, and to censure and fine licensees.

(7) To impose continuing education requirements on licensees.

(8) To adopt a seal by which it shall authenticate its proceedings.

(9) To perform such other functions and duties as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Chapter.

B. Notwithstanding any provisions contained in this Chapter to the contrary, the board may adopt such regulations as may be necessary to comply with the minimum requirements of the Appraisal Subcommittee of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, its agent, or its successor.

C. The board shall have authority to require any real estate appraiser licensee to maintain records, as specified in this Chapter, and to inspect and subpoena such records.

D. The board shall have the authority to subpoena any real estate appraiser licensee or witness for the purpose of holding any hearing or in furtherance of an investigation.  Failure of a licensee to comply with a subpoena duces tecum shall be punishable by the board in accordance with the provisions of R.S. 37:3409.

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