Regulation implementing Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Beyond the question of whether all of the services are part of logistics and relate to supporting the troops, the agency's reason for bundling them all in a solicitation seems to merely reflect the belief that it is administratively more convenient to manage one entity performing all of the requirements--either the MEO or a private-sector offeror--as opposed to two entities--either the MEO or a private-sector offeror for the food services, and either another MEO or another private-sector offeror for the other base, vehicle, and aircraft maintenance requirements.

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(c) Free education -- (1) General. For the purpose of this section, the provision of a free education is the provision of educational and related services without cost to the handicapped person or to his or her parents or guardian, except for those fees that are imposed on non-handicapped persons or their parents or guardian. It may consist either of the provision of free services or, if a recipient places a handicapped person or refers such person for aid, benefits, or services not operated or provided by the recipient as its means of carrying out the requirements of this subpart, of payment for the costs of the aid, benefits, or services. Funds available from any public or private agency may be used to meet the requirements of this subpart. Nothing in this section shall be construed to relieve an insurer or similar third party from an otherwise valid obligation to provide or pay for services provided to a handicapped person.

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(4) Placement of handicapped persons by parents. If a recipient has made available, in conformance with the requirements of this section and 104.34, a free appropriate public education to a handicapped person and the person's parents or guardian choose to place the person in a private school, the recipient is not required to pay for the person's education in the private school. Disagreements between a parent or guardian and a recipient regarding whether the recipient has made a free appropriate public education available or otherwise regarding the question of financial responsibility are subject to the due process procedures of 104.36.

68,032, supra.  On October 2, 2013, SBA promulgated its own regulations to implement section 1331 of the Small Business Jobs Act.
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NAC: CHAPTER 391 - EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL

[Note to users: Section 104 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, added Sec. 322 (a) - (e), Mitigation Planning, and Sec. 323(a) - (b), Minimum Standards for Public and Private Structures, which will not be in effect until FEMA publishes implementing regulations.]

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Note to users: Section 303 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, amended §420, Fire Management Assistance, took effect on October 30, 2001. The implementing regulations for the Fire Management Assistance Grant Program can be found at 44 CFR Part 204.

This article shall be known as the "Human Rights Law"

Based on the preceding sections of the FAR, we have previously concluded that the Small Business Act and its implementing regulations do not impose a requirement on agencies to first evaluate whether a solicitation should be set aside for small businesses before purchasing the goods or services through the FSS program.

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(Please note: Section 206(c) of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 repealed the above § 411, Pub.L. 106-390, October 30, 2000, 114 Stat. 1571. Section 411 remains in effect until May 1, 2002 or until FEMA publishes implementing regulations for § 408).

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[Note to users: Section 202 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, added Sec. 324 (a) (c), Management Costs, which will not be in effect until FEMA publishes implementing regulations.]