This part uses terms throughout the text that
have special meaning. Those terms are defined in
Subpart I of this part. For example, three
important terms are—
(a) Exclusion or excluded, which
refers only to discretionary actions taken by a
suspending or debarring official under this part
or the Federal Acquisition Regulation ( 48 CFR part
9, subpart );
(b) Disqualification or
disqualified, which refers to prohibitions
under specific statutes, executive orders (other
than Executive Order 12549 and Executive Order
12689), or other authorities. Disqualifications
frequently are not subject to the discretion of an
agency official, may have a different scope than
exclusions, or have special conditions that apply
to the disqualification; and
(c) Ineligibility or ineligible,
which generally refers to a person who is either
excluded or disqualified.
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