31 CFR 19.25 - How is this part organized?

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§ 19.25 How is this part organized?
(a) This part is subdivided into ten subparts. Each subpart contains information related to a broad topic or specific audience with special responsibilities, as shown in the following table:
In subpart . . . You will find provisions related to . . .
A general information about this rule.
B the types of Department of the Treasury transactions that are covered by the Governmentwide nonprocurement suspension and debarment system.
C the responsibilities of persons who participate in covered transactions.
D the responsibilities of Department of the Treasury officials who are authorized to enter into covered transactions.
E the responsibilities of Federal agencies for the Excluded Parties List System (Disseminated by the General Services Administration).
F the general principles governing suspension, debarment, voluntary exclusion and settlement.
G suspension actions.
H debarment actions.
I definitions of terms used in this part.
J [Reserved]
(b) The following table shows which subparts may be of special interest to you, depending on who you are:
If you are . . . See subpart(s) . . .
(1) a participant or principal in a nonprocurement transaction A, B, C, and I.
(2) a respondent in a suspension action A, B, F, G and I.
(3) a respondent in a debarment action A, B, F, H and I.
(4) a suspending official A, B, D, E, F, G and I.
(5) a debarring official A, B, D, E, F, H and I.
(6) a (n) Department of the Treasury official authorized to enter into a covered transaction A, B, D, E and I.
(7) Reserved J.

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