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Federal Travel Regulations

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

The Federal Travel Regulation or FTR contains the requirements and policies that cover travel by federal employees and others authorized to travel at government expense.

Final Regulatory Reform Plan - General Services Administration - 2011

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

The White House has announced plans for an ambitious regulatory reform across federal departments and agencies. This is the final regulatory reform plan of the General Services Administration.

Final Regulatory Reform Plan - Federal Acquisition Regulation - 2011

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

The White House has announced plans for an ambitious regulatory reform across federal departments and agencies. This is the final regulatory reform plan of the Federal Acquisition Regulations.

44 U.S.C. Chapter 29 - Records Management by the Archivist of the United States and by the Admi ....

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

This regulations requires the establishment of standards and procedures to assure efficient and effective records management by government agencies. These records management standards and procedures should implement accurate and complete documentation of the policies and transactions of the Federal Government, control the quantity and quality of records produced by the Federal Government, establish and maintain mechanisms of control with respect to records creation in order to prevent the creation of unnecessary records and with respect to the effective and economical operations of an agency, among others.

The Davis Bacon Act

  • Industry: HR Compliance

The Davis Bacon Act, 1931, is a federal law requiring that construction workers working on public projects be paid the local “prevailing” wage. The law applies to contractors and subcontractors who have taken up federally funded or assisted construction contracts in excess of $2000.

Federal Acquisition Regulation; Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

The Civilian Agency Acquisition Council and the Defense Acquisition Regulations Council (Councils) have agreed on a final rule amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to implement Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Subsection 508(a)(3) requires the FAR to be revised to incorporate standards developed by the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (also referred to as the "Access Board").

 

Effective Date: June 25, 2001
 

Section 508 Standards

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

General Services Administration - Section 508 Standards


In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act to require Federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. Inaccessible technology interferes with an individual's ability to obtain and use information quickly and easily. Section 508 was enacted to eliminate barriers in information technology, to make available new opportunities for people with disabilities, and to encourage development of technologies that will help achieve these goals. The law applies to all Federal agencies when they develop, procure, maintain, or use electronic and information technology. Under Section 508 (29 U.S.C. ‘ 794d), agencies must give disabled employees and members of the public access to information that is comparable to the access available to others. It is recommended that you review the laws and regulations listed below to further your understanding about Section 508 and how you can support implementation.Its Section 508 Law talks about Section 508 Standards. this part has three sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A -- General   
Subpart B -- Technical Standards
Subpart C -- Functional Performance Criteria
Subpart D -- Information, Documentation, and Support

Federal Management Regulation; FMR Case 2009–102–2; Disposition of Excess Personal Property

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Effective Date:This rule is effective August 14, 2009 The General Services Administration is amending the Federal  Management Regulation (FMR) by making a change to its personal property  policy. This final rule updates and clarifies language that has caused  some confusion with our customers and resulted in unnecessarily  prolonged periods to remove property.

 

Effective Date:This rule is effective August 14, 2009

Federal Management Regulation; FMR Case 2009–102–2; Disposition of Excess Personal Property

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

The General Services Administration is amending the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) by making a change to its personal property policy. This final rule updates and clarifies language that has caused some confusion with our customers and resulted in unnecessarily prolonged periods to remove property

Federal Management Regulation; FMR Case 2009-102-2; Disposition of Excess Personal Property

  • Industry: GSA Compliance
The General Services Administration is amending the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) by making a change to its personal property 
policy. This final rule updates and clarifies language that has caused some confusion with our customers and resulted in unnecessarily 
prolonged periods to remove property.

DATES: Effective Date: This final rule is effective on August 14, 2009.

Federal Management Regulation; FMR Case 2007-102-1, Replacement of Personal Property Pursuant ....

  • Industry: GSA Compliance
The General Services Administration is amending the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) by updating coverage on the replacement of 
personal property pursuant to the exchange/sale authority. The changes were prompted by recommendations of

DATES:  This final rule is effective August 29, 2008.

Federal Management Regulation; FMR Case 2004-102-1, Disposition of Personal Property

  • Industry: GSA Compliance
The General Services Administration is amending the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) by revising coverage on personal property 
and moving it into subchapter B of the FMR. This final rule adds a new part to subchapter B of the FMR to provide an overview of the property 
disposal regulation and provide definitions for terms found in the FMR .
parts.

 

Amendment- Federal Management Regulation; Disposition of Excess Personal Property

  • Industry: GSA Compliance
SUMMARY: The General Services Administration is amending the Federal Management Regulation (FMR) by correcting references to outdated or 
superceded provisions of law or regulation; correcting text to be in conformance with revised laws, regulation, or Federal agency 
responsibilities; and clarifying text where the intended meaning could be updated or made clearer.

DATES: Effective Date: October 12, 2006.

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Annual Real Property Inventories 102-84

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Annual Real Property Inventories 102-84

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Annual Real Property Inventories   102-84.

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Location of Space 102-83

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Location of Space  102-83

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Location of Space  102-83.This part has Two sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Location of Space

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Utility Services 102-82

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Utility Services 102-82

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Utility Services 102-82.This part has Two sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Utility Services

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Security 102-81

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Security 102-81

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Security 102-81.This part has Two sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Security

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Safety and Environmental Management 102-80

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Safety and Environmental Management  102-80

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Safety and Environmental Management  102-80.This part has Three sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Safety and Environmental Management
Subpart C—Accident and Fire Prevention

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Assignment and Utilization of Space 102-79

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Assignment and Utilization of Space 102-79

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Assignment and Utilization of Space 102-79.This part has Two sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Assignment and Utilization of Space

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Historic Preservation-Part 102-78

  • Industry: GSA Compliance

Federal Management Regulation (FMR) - Historic Preservation-Part 102-78

The FMR is the successor regulation to the Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR). It contains updated regulatory policies originally found in the FPMR. However, it does not contain FPMR material that described how to do business with the GSA. Its Subchapter C—Real Property  talks about Historic Preservation-Part 102-78.This part has Two sub-parts as follows-

Subpart A—General Provisions   
Subpart B—Historic Preservation

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