41 CFR Part 302-12, Subpart B - Agency's Use of a Relocation Services Company
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- § 302-12.100 — What are “relocation services”?
- § 302-12.101 — May we enter into a contract with a relocation services company for the company to provide relocation services?
- § 302-12.102 — What contracted relocation services may we provide at Government expense?
- § 302-12.103 — May we separately contract for each type of relocation service?
- § 302-12.104 — What is the purpose of contracting for relocation services?
- § 302-12.105 — Must we have a contract with a RSC that includes a comprehensive homesale program?
- § 302-12.106 — What rules must we follow when contracting for a comprehensive homesale program?
- § 302-12.107—302-12.108 — [Reserved]
- § 302-12.109 — May we require employees to participate in counseling before listing their homes?
- § 302-12.110 — [Reserved]
- § 302-12.111 — May we require an employee to use a real estate broker specified by the RSC?
- § 302-12.112 — May we require an employee to use a mortgage service provider specified by the RSC?
- § 302-12.113 — What must we do when planning, establishing, and administering a RSC contract?
- § 302-12.114 — What policies must we establish when offering our employees the services of a RSC?
- § 302-12.115 — What are the income tax consequences that we must consider when offering relocation services?
- § 302-12.116 — What must we consider in deciding whether to use the fixed-fee or cost-reimbursable contracting method?
- § 302-12.117 — May we take title to an employee's residence?
- § 302-12.118 — Under a homesale program, may we establish a maximum home value above which we will not pay for homesale services?
- § 302-12.119 — Under a homesale program, may we pay an employee for losses he/she incurs on the sale of a residence?
- § 302-12.120 — Under a homesale program, may we direct the relocation services company to pay an employee more than the fair market value of his/her residence?
- § 302-12.121 — May we use a relocation services contract for services which we are contractually bound to obtain under another travel services contract?
Note to subpart B:
Use of pronouns “we”, “you”, and their variants throughout this subpart refers to the agency.
Title 41 published on 2014-07-01
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