2 CFR 180.800 - What are the causes for debarment?
(a) Conviction of or civil judgment for -
(1) Commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public or private agreement or transaction;
(2) Violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes, including those proscribing price fixing between competitors, allocation of customers between competitors, and bid rigging;
(3) Commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, receiving stolen property, making false claims, or obstruction of justice; or
(4) Commission of any other offense indicating a lack of business integrity or business honesty that seriously and directly affects your present responsibility;
(b) Violation of the terms of a public agreement or transaction so serious as to affect the integrity of an agency program, such as -
(1) A willful failure to perform in accordance with the terms of one or more public agreements or transactions;
(2) A history of failure to perform or of unsatisfactory performance of one or more public agreements or transactions; or
(3) A willful violation of a statutory or regulatory provision or requirement applicable to a public agreement or transaction;
(c) Any of the following causes:
(1) A nonprocurement debarment by any Federal agency taken before October 1, 1988, or a procurement debarment by any Federal agency taken pursuant to 48 CFR part 9, subpart 9.4, before August 25, 1995;
(2) Knowingly doing business with an ineligible person, except as permitted under § 180.135;
(3) Failure to pay a single substantial debt, or a number of outstanding debts (including disallowed costs and overpayments, but not including sums owed the Federal Government under the Internal Revenue Code) owed to any Federal agency or instrumentality, provided the debt is uncontested by the debtor or, if contested, provided that the debtor's legal and administrative remedies have been exhausted;
(5) Violation of the provisions of the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 (41 U.S.C. 701); or
(d) Any other cause of so serious or compelling a nature that it affects your present responsibility.
Title 2 published on 2015-01-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 2 CFR Part 180 after this date.
- 2 CFR 2424.1110 — When May a HUD Official Issue a Limited Denial of Participation?
- 2 CFR 417.215 — Which Nonprocurement Transactions, in Addition to Those Listed in 2 CFR 180.215, Are Not Covered Transactions?
- 2 CFR 3485.611 — What Procedures Do We Use for a Suspension or Debarment Action Involving a Title IV, HEA Transaction?
- 13 CFR 124.520 — What Are the Rules Governing SBA's Mentor/Protégé Program?
- 30 CFR 556.404 — What Do the Non-Procurement Debarment Rules Require That I Do?
- 34 CFR 668.16 — Standards of Administrative Capability.
- 34 CFR 668.82 — Standard of Conduct.
- 34 CFR 682.416 — Requirements for Third-Party Servicers and Lenders Contracting With Third-Party Servicers.