41 CFR Part 102-74, Subpart B - Facility Management
- § 102-74.15 — What are the facility management responsibilities of occupant agencies?
- Occupancy Services
- § 102-74.40 — What are concession services?
- § 102-74.45 — When must Federal agencies provide concession services?
- § 102-74.50 — Are Federal agencies required to give blind vendors priority in operating vending facilities?
- § 102-74.55 — Are vending facilities authorized under the Randolph-Sheppard Act operated by permit or contract?
- § 102-74.60 — Are Federal agencies required to give blind vendors priority in operating cafeterias?
- § 102-74.65 — Are cafeterias authorized under the Randolph-Sheppard Act operated by permit or contract?
- § 102-74.70 — Are commercial vendors and nonprofit organizations required to operate vending facilities by permit or contractual arrangement?
- § 102-74.75 — May Federal agencies sell tobacco products in vending machines in Government-owned and leased space?
- §§ 102-74.80-102-74.95 — [Reserved]
- Conservation Programs
- § 102-74.105 — What are asset services?
- § 102-74.110 — What asset services must Executive agencies provide?
- § 102-74.115 — What standard in providing asset services must Executive agencies follow?
- § 102-74.120 — Is a prospectus required to be submitted before emergency alterations can be performed?
- § 102-74.125 — Are prospectuses required for reimbursable alteration projects?
- § 102-74.130 — When a prospectus is required, can GSA prepare a prospectus for a reimbursable alteration project?
- § 102-74.135 — Who selects construction and alteration projects that are to be performed?
- § 102-74.140 — On what basis does the Administrator select construction and alteration projects?
- § 102-74.145 — What information must a Federal agency submit to GSA after the agency has identified a need for construction or alteration of a public building?
- § 102-74.150 — Who submits prospectuses for the construction or alteration of public buildings to the Congressional committees?
- § 102-74.155 — What energy conservation policy must Federal agencies follow in the management of facilities?
- § 102-74.160 — What actions must Federal agencies take to promote energy conservation?
- § 102-74.165 — What energy standards must Federal agencies follow for existing facilities?
- § 102-74.170 — May exceptions to the energy conservation policies in this subpart be granted?
- § 102-74.175 — Are Government-leased buildings required to conform with the policies in this subpart?
- § 102-74.180 — What illumination levels must Federal agencies maintain on Federal facilities?
- § 102-74.185 — What heating and cooling policy must Federal agencies follow in Federal facilities?
- § 102-74.190 — Are portable heaters, fans and other such devices allowed in Government-controlled facilities?
- § 102-74.195 — What ventilation policy must Federal agencies follow?
- § 102-74.200 — What information are Federal agencies required to report to the Department of Energy (DOE)?
Occupant Emergency Program
- § 102-74.230 — Who is responsible for establishing an occupant emergency program?
- § 102-74.235 — Are occupant agencies required to cooperate with the Designated Official in the implementation of the emergency plans and the staffing of the emergency organization?
- § 102-74.240 — What are Federal agencies' occupant emergency responsibilities?
- § 102-74.245 — Who makes the decision to activate the Occupant Emergency Organization?
- § 102-74.250 — What information must the Designated Official use to make a decision to activate the Occupant Emergency Organization?
- § 102-74.255 — How must occupant evacuation or relocation be accomplished when there is immediate danger to persons or property, such as fire, explosion or the discovery of an explosive device (not including a bomb threat)?
- § 102-74.260 — What action must the Designated Official initiate when there is advance notice of an emergency?
- § 102-74.265 — Who must provide for the regulation and policing of parking facilities?
- § 102-74.270 — Are vehicles required to display parking permits in parking facilities?
- § 102-74.275 — May Federal agencies authorize lessors or parking management contractors to manage, regulate and police parking facilities?
- § 102-74.280 — Are privately owned vehicles converted for propane carburetion permitted in underground parking facilities?
- § 102-74.285 — How must Federal agencies assign priority to parking spaces in controlled areas?
- § 102-74.290 — May Federal agencies allow employees to use parking spaces not required for official needs?
- § 102-74.295 — Who determines the number of employee parking spaces for each facility?
- § 102-74.300 — How must space available for employee parking be allocated among occupant agencies?
- § 102-74.305 — How must Federal agencies assign available parking spaces to their employees?
- § 102-74.310 — What measures must Federal agencies take to improve the utilization of parking facilities?
- § 102-74.315 — What is the smoking policy for interior space in Federal facilities?
- § 102-74.320 — Are there any exceptions to the smoking policy for interior space in Federal facilities?
- § 102-74.325 — Are designated smoking areas authorized in interior space?
- § 102-74.330 — What smoking restrictions apply to outside areas under Executive branch control?
- § 102-74.335 — Who is responsible for furnishing and installing signs concerning smoking restrictions in the building, and in and around building entrance doorways and air intake ducts?
- § 102-74.340 — Who is responsible for monitoring and controlling areas designated for smoking by an agency head and for identifying those areas with proper signage?
- § 102-74.345 — Does the smoking policy in this part apply to the judicial branch?
- § 102-74.350 — Are agencies required to meet their obligations under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Act where there is an exclusive representative for the employees prior to implementing this smoking policy?
- § 102-74.351 — If a state or local government has a smoke-free ordinance that is more strict than the smoking policy for Federal facilities, does the state or local law or Federal policy control?
- Accident and Fire Prevention
Title 41 published on 2013-07-01
no entries appear in the Federal Register after this date.