41 U.S.C.
United States Code, 2009 Edition
Title 41 - PUBLIC CONTRACTS
CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
Table Of Contents
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Sec.
1 to 4a.
Repealed.
5.
Advertisements for proposals for purchases and contracts for supplies or services for Government departments; application to Government sales and contracts to sell and to Government corporations.
5a.
Definitions.
6.
Repealed.
6a.
Advertisements for proposals for purchases and contracts for supplies or services for Government departments; limited to particular agencies under specified circumstances.
6a–1.
Architect of the Capitol, exception from advertisement requirements.
6a–2.
Architect of the Capitol, authority for personal services contracts with legal entities.
6a–3.
House of Representatives, exception from advertisement requirements.
6a–4.
Director of the Congressional Budget Office, exception from advertisement requirements.
6b.
Miscellaneous exceptions from advertisement requirements.
6c to 6ll.
Repealed or Omitted.
6mm.
Transferred.
7 to 7d.
Repealed.
8.
Opening bids.
9, 10.
Repealed or Omitted.
10a.
American materials required for public use.
10b.
Contracts for public works; specification for use of American materials; blacklisting contractors violating requirements.
10b–1.
Omitted.
10b–2.
Limitation on authority to waive Buy American Act requirement.
10b–3.
Annual report relating to Buy American Act.
10c.
Definition of terms used in sections 10a, 10b, and 10c.
10d.
Clarification of Congressional intent regarding sections 10a and 10b(a).
11.
No contracts or purchases unless authorized or under adequate appropriation; report to the Congress.
11a.
Contracts for fuel by Secretary of the Army without regard to current fiscal year.
12.
No contract to exceed appropriation.
13.
Contracts limited to one year.
13a.
Repealed.
14.
Restriction on purchases of land.
15.
Transfers of contracts; assignments; assignee not subject to reduction or setoff.
16 to 21.
Repealed or Omitted.
22.
Interest of Member of Congress.
23.
Orders or contracts for material placed with Government-owned establishments deemed obligations.
24.
Contracts for transportation of moneys, bullion, coin, and securities.
24a to 34.
Omitted or Repealed.
35.
Contracts for materials, etc., exceeding $10,000; representations and stipulations.
36.
Liability for contract breach; cancellation; completion by Government agency; employee's wages.
37.
Distribution of list of persons breaching contract; future contracts prohibited.
38.
Administration of Walsh-Healey provisions; officers and employees; appointment; investigations; rules and regulations.
39.
Hearings on Walsh-Healey provisions by Secretary of Labor; witness fees; failure to obey order; punishment.
40.
Exceptions from Walsh-Healey provisions; modification of contracts; variations; overtime; suspension of representations and stipulations.
41.
“Person” defined in Walsh-Healey provisions.
42.
Effect of Walsh-Healey provisions on other laws.
43.
Walsh-Healey provisions not applicable to certain contracts.
43a.
Administrative procedure provisions.
43b.
Manufacturers and regular dealers.
44.
Separability of Walsh-Healey provisions.
45.
Effective date of Walsh-Healey provisions; exception as to representations with respect to minimum wages.
46.
Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled.
47.
Duties and powers of the Committee.
48.
Procurement requirements for the Government; nonapplication to prison-made products.
48a.
Audit.
48b.
Definitions.
48c.
Authorization of appropriations.
49.
Defense employment; honorable discharge from land and naval forces as equivalent to birth certificate.
50.
“Defense contractor” defined.
51.
Short title.
52.
Definitions.
53.
Prohibited conduct.
54.
Criminal penalties.
55.
Civil actions.
56.
Administrative offsets.
57.
Contractor responsibilities.
58.
Inspection authority.