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(a) Only the DSPE (for Level II and Level III (Senior Limited or Unlimited)) warrants and the respective HCA (for Level I warrants) may sign the Certificate of Appointment as Contracting Officer. HCAs are authorized to grant Micro-purchase Level and Level I warrant contracting authority up to the thresholds specified for these authorities at 801.690–2(c). The HCA may recommend a candidate to the DSPE for appointment as a Level II warrant or Level III warrant contracting officer. Only the DSPE may grant Level II warrant, Level III (Senior Limited or Unlimited) warrant, and Multi–VISN authority.
(b) All Certificates of Appointment as Contracting Officers and other written documents must clearly state any limitations or restrictions on the authority.
(c) The Privacy Act of 1974 applies to the information collected during contracting officer selection and appointment.
(a) Not later than the 10th day before the date set for a pilotage rate hearing, the pilots who are licensed or certified to serve the port for which the rates are being considered shall submit in writing to the board and to any party designated by the board complete accounts of:
(1) all amounts received from performing pilot services, organized by categories or classifications of rates, if rates are set in that manner;
(2) all earnings from capital assets devoted to providing pilot services;
(3) all expenses incurred in connection with activities for which amounts described by Subdivisions (1) and (2) were received and earned; and
(4) estimates of receipts and expenses anticipated to result from the requested changes in pilotage rates.
(b) The pilots shall provide the information for:
(1) the calendar or fiscal year preceding the date of the pilotage rate change application; and
(2) the subsequent period to within 60 days of the date of the application.
(c) The board may require an independent audit of financial information submitted under Subsection (a) by an accountant selected by the board. The board, as it considers fair and just, shall assess the costs of the audit against one or more of the applicants and objecting parties.
(d) The board may require relevant additional information it considers necessary to determine a proper pilotage rate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Code of Federal Regulations Title 48. Federal Acquisition Regulations System 48.801.690-6 Appointment - last updated October 03, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/cfr/title-48-federal-acquisition-regulations-system/cfr-48-801-690-6/
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