Does this part address persons who are
disqualified, as well as those who are excluded
from nonprocurement transactions?
Except if provided for in Subpart J of this
part, this part—
(a) Addresses disqualified persons only to—
(1) Provide for their inclusion in the EPLS; and
(2) State responsibilities of Federal agencies
and participants to check for disqualified persons
before entering into covered transactions.
(b) Does not specify the—
(1) Department of the Treasury transactions for
which a disqualified person is ineligible. Those
transactions vary on a case-by-case basis, because
they depend on the language of the specific
statute, Executive order, or regulation that
caused the disqualification;
(2) Entities to which the disqualification
(3) Process that the agency uses to disqualify
a person. Unlike exclusion, disqualification is
frequently not a discretionary action that a
Federal agency takes.
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