Federal Interagency Agreements

(b) Subject to the tax provisions of the agencies and applicable inter-administrative agreements, the requesting agency shall reimburse the service agency for services provided in accordance with economic law (31 U.S.C.1535). (a) agencies shall avoid double audits, verifications, inspections and audits of contractors or subcontractors by more than one agency by using inter-authority agreements. (c) where an inter-authority agreement is concluded, agencies are invited to consider defining procedures to resolve issues that may arise from the agreement. ** Although the Ministry of Health, Education and Social Welfare no longer exists, the designation agreements and memoranda of understanding are still in force, as the new agencies have adopted the delegation agreements. Inter-authority agreements are useful instruments to facilitate better coordination between agencies with common addressees or specific disciplines, and can lead to a more consistent and effective application of Title VI. General theme: Part 42 – Contract management and audit agencies receive services through an agreement process. The plenipotentiary representatives of the FOH and the requesting Agency sign an inter-service agreement (IAA/ISSA or ILO). The ILO is intended to present the goods or services to be supplied, the reporting obligations, the method of transferring funds and, where applicable, the purchasing power for possible contracts to be awarded under the ILO. In addition, the authorities can be confident that FOH will meet all the requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) in full and open competition if FOH provides additional services to our customers. Select an agency below to view the provisions of Title VI and Title IX as well as the program statutes, rules, and/or instructions. . . .