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This section governs certain miscellaneous services.
(a)Commissions. The nationality rules of this part do not apply to the payment of commissions by suppliers.
(b)Bonds and guarantees. The nationality rules of this part do not apply to sureties, insurance companies or banks who issue bonds or guarantees under USAID-financed contracts.
(c)Liability insurance under construction contracts. The nationality rules of this part do not apply to firms providing liability insurance under construction contracts.
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§ 2381 - Exercise of functions
Executive Order ... 12163
Title 22 published on 02-Feb-2018 03:29
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 22 CFR Part 228 after this date.
This Final Rule revises USAID regulations to simplify implementation of the statutory requirement that Federal assistance, or program, funds made available by the United States Congress (Congress) to USAID under the authority of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended (FAA), be used for procurement in the United States (U.S.), the recipient country, or developing countries. It does so by revising USAID's current source, origin and nationality (S/O/N) regulation to track more closely the statutory procurement authority provided under the FAA and referenced above by establishing a new code for procurements from the U.S., recipient country and developing countries as well as reflecting existing, special procurement authorities established by Congress; deleting the concept of “origin,” and simplifying the concepts of “source” and “nationality” to reflect better Congress's directive to procure from the U.S., recipient or developing countries; and simplifying application of the statutory waiver authority in the FAA.