48 CFR 732.406-72 - Establishing an LOC.

732.406-72 Establishing an LOC.
(a) While the contract will provide for the use of an LOC when it is justified under subsection 732.406-71, the LOC is a separate agreement between the contractor and FM/CMP, acting on behalf of the USAID Controller. The terms and conditions of the LOC are established by FM/CMP/GIB.
(b) In order to establish or amend an LOC, the contracting officer shall provide FM/CMP with the following information:
(1) The name of the Contractor;
(2) The official USAID contract number;
(3) The obligated amount of the contract;
(4) The budget plan code for the obligated funds;
(5) The effective date and estimated completion date.
(6) The contractor Federal Tax Identification Number.
This information should be provided in writing to FM/CMP together with a request to establish or amend an LOC as early in the negotiation cycle as possible.
(c) FM/CMP will prepare the LOC in accordance with USAID's LOC procedures; issue or amend and maintain the LOC in accordance with its terms and USAID procedures and regulations; and provide the contracting officer(s) a copy of each LOC and any other material governing its use at the time the LOC is issued or when it is amended or modified.
[56 FR 67225, Dec. 30, 1991, as amended at 61 FR 39093, July 26, 1996; 64 FR 42042, Aug. 3, 1999]
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732.406-72 Establishing an LOC.

(a) While the contract will provide for the use of an LOC when it is applicable under 732.406-71, the LOC is a separate agreement between the contractor and USAID. The terms and conditions of the LOC are contained in the LOC instructions issued by USAID and the general operating requirements are those imposed by the USAID LOC servicing agent. LOCs for both USAID/Washington and Mission-executed awards are established by the Bureau for Management, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Cash Management and Payment Division (M/CFO/CMP) through the Agency LOC servicing agent.

(b) To establish a new LOC account, the contractor must submit to USAID the documentation specified in (48 CFR) AIDAR Clause 752.232-70(b).

[79 FR 74995, Dec. 16, 2014]

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