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[FR Doc. 2019–10149 Filed 5–16–19; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4310–84–P GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 48 CFR Parts 501, 515, 538, and 552 [GSAR Case 2013–G502; Docket 2019–0008; Sequence 1] RIN 3090–AJ41 General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR); Federal Supply Schedule Contracting (Administrative Changes); Correction Office of Acquisition Policy, General Services Administration. ACTION: Final rule; correction. AGENCY: GSA is issuing a correction to GSAR Case 2013–G502; Federal Supply Schedule Contracting (Administrative Changes), which was published in the Federal Register on April 23, 2019. This correction corrects GSAR clause numbers and titles. DATES: Effective: May 23, 2019. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Dana Bowman, General Services Acquisition Policy Division, GSA, 202– 357–9652 or email Dana.Bowman@ gsa.gov, for clarification of content. For information pertaining to status or publication schedules, contact the Regulatory Secretariat at 202–501–4755. Please cite GSAR Case 2013–G502; Corrections. SUMMARY: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Corrections In rule FR Doc. 2019–08012, published in the Federal Register at 84 FR 17030, on April 23, 2019, make the following corrections: Preamble Corrections 1. On page 17033, left column, paragraph 4. Revised Existing Clauses and Provisions, correct the GSAR clauses table to read as follows: E:\FR\FM\17MYR1.SGM 17MYR1 22382 Federal Register / Vol. 84, No. 96 / Friday, May 17, 2019 / Rules and Regulations No. Name Description of change 552.212–71 ........ 552.238–78 ........ Contract Terms and Conditions Applicable to GSA Acquisition Commercial Items. Identification of Electronic Office Equipment Providing Accessibility for the Handicapped. Submission and Distribution of Authorized Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Price Lists. Identification of Products that have Environmental Attributes 552.238–79 ........ Cancellation .............................................................................. 552.238–80 ........ Industrial Funding Fee and Sales Reporting ........................... 552.238–81 ........ Price Reductions ...................................................................... 552.238–82 ........ Modifications (Federal Supply Schedules) .............................. 552–238–83 ....... Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules) 552.238–113 ...... Scope of Contract (Eligible Ordering Activities) ...................... Updated to remove unnecessary clauses and outdated FSS clauses. Prescription update to use only in FSS solicitations for electronic office equipment. Prescription updated to use in all FSS solicitations and contracts. Prescription updated to use only in FSS solicitations and contracts that contemplate items with environmental attributes. Prescription updated to use in all FSS solicitations and contracts. Prescription updated to use in all FSS solicitations and contracts. Prescription updated to use in all FSS solicitations and contracts. Prescription updated to use in all FSS solicitations and contracts. (i) Use Alternate I for Federal Supply Schedules that only accept eMod. Relocated and retitled from 552.215–71, Examination of Records by GSA (Multiple Award Schedule) as this is an FSS-specific clause. Updated to reference the correct payment clause, FAR 52.232–36, Payment by Third Party. 552.238–73 ........ jbell on DSK3GLQ082PROD with RULES 552.238–77 ........ 2. On page 17034, left column, correct the first bulleted paragraph to read as follows: • New Clauses and Provisions: Fortythree (43) new FSS-specific clauses and provisions were contemplated in the proposed rule for public comment. The proposed rule published incorrectly stated this number as thirty-five (35) and listed forty-five (45) clauses. However, 552.238–82 (Proposed Rule), now 552.238–86 (Final Rule), Delivery Schedule was incorrectly included in the ‘‘new’’ clause list rather than the ‘‘reinstated’’ clause list. In addition, 552.238–94 (Proposed Rule), now 552.238–83 (Final Rule), Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules) was incorrectly included in the ‘‘new’’ clause list rather than the ‘‘revised existing’’ clause list. So, the correct number was forty-three (43) ‘‘new’’ FSS-specific clauses in the proposed rule. After taking into consideration public comments received from the proposed rule, thirty (30) new FSS-specific clauses and provisions are incorporated into GSAR parts 538 and 552 in the final rule. 3. On page 17034, middle column, correct the first solidly bulleted paragraph to read as follows: • Reinstated Clauses and Provisions: Seven (7) FSS-specific clauses and provisions were contemplated for reinstatement in the proposed rule for public comment. The proposed rule published incorrectly identified this number as six (6), because 552.238–82 (Proposed Rule), now 552.238–86 (Final Rule) Delivery Schedule was incorrectly included in the list of ‘‘new’’ FSS- VerDate Sep<11>2014 16:27 May 16, 2019 Jkt 247001 specific clauses rather than the ‘‘reinstated’’ clauses. After taking into consideration public comments received from the proposed rule, four (4) FSSspecific clauses and provisions are reinstated into GSAR parts 538 and 552 in the final rule. 4. On page 17034, middle column, correct the second solidly bulleted paragraph to read as follows: • Revised Existing Clauses and Provisions: Nine (9) existing clauses and provisions were contemplated for revision in the proposed rule for public comment. The proposed rule published incorrectly identified this number as seven (7) clauses. However, GSAR clause 552.238–94 Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules) (Proposed Rule), now 552.238–83 (Final Rule), was incorrectly included in the list of ‘‘new’’ FSSspecific clauses rather than the ‘‘revised existing’’ clauses. In addition, GSAR clause 552.238–78 Scope of Contract (Eligible Ordering Activities) (Proposed Rule), 552.238–113 (Final Rule), is revised to replace the reference to GSAR clause 552.232–79 Payment by Credit Card, which is redundant to FAR clause 52.232–36 Payment by Third Party, and is now included in the list of ‘‘revised existing’’ clauses. Regulatory Text Corrections 5. On page 17040, in 538.273, correct the last sentence in paragraph (d)(4) and correct paragraphs (d)(5) and (d)(6)(ii) to read as follows: ■ 538.273 FSS solicitation provisions and contract clauses. * PO 00000 * * Frm 00052 * Fmt 4700 * Sfmt 4700 (d) * * * (4) * * * Clause 552.238–81 Alternate I should also be used when vendors agree to include clause 552.238–80 Alternate I in the contract. (5) 552.238–81, Price Reductions. Use Alternate I for Federal Supply Schedules with Transactional Data Reporting requirements. This alternate clause is used when vendors agree to include clause 552.238–80 Alternate I in the contract. (6) * * * (ii) Use Alternate II for Federal Supply Schedules with Transactional Data Reporting requirements. This alternate clause is used when vendors agree to include clause 552.238–80 Alternate I in the contract. * * * * * ■ 6. On page 17046, right column, correct 552.238–83 to read as follows: 552.238–83 Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules). As prescribed in 538.273(d)(7) insert the following clause: Examination of Records by GSA (May 2019) The Contractor agrees that the Administrator of General Services or any duly authorized representative shall have access to and the right to examine any books, documents, papers and records of the contractor involving transactions related to this contract for overbillings, billing errors, compliance with contract clauses 552.238– 81, Price Reductions and 552.238–80, Industrial Funding Fee and Sales Reporting. This authority shall expire 3 years after final payment. The basic contract and each option shall be treated as separate contracts for purposes of applying this clause. E:\FR\FM\17MYR1.SGM 17MYR1 Federal Register / Vol. 84, No. 96 / Friday, May 17, 2019 / Rules and Regulations (End of clause) 552.238–88 [Corrected] 7. In 552.238–88: a. On page 17047, right column, in the second sentence in paragraph (a), correct ‘‘552.238–111’’ to read ‘‘552.238–103’’; and ■ b. On page 17048, left column, in paragraph (b), correct ‘‘552.238–71’’ to read ‘‘552.238–77’’ and correct ‘‘552.238–81’’ to read ‘‘552.238–82’’. ■ 8. On page 17050, middle column, correct 552.238–105 to read as follows: ■ ■ 552.238–105 Deliveries Beyond the Contractual Period—Placing of Orders. As prescribed in 538.273(d)(29), insert the following clause: Deliveries Beyond the Contractual Period— Placing of Orders (May 2019) In accordance with Clause 552.238–113, Scope of Contract (Eligible Ordering Activities), this contract covers all requirements that may be ordered, as distinguished from delivered during the contract term. This is for the purpose of providing continuity of supply or operations by permitting ordering activities to place orders as requirements arise in the normal course of operations. Accordingly, any order mailed (or received, if forwarded by other means than through the mail) to the Contractor on or before the expiration date of the contract, and providing for delivery within the number of days specified in the contract, shall constitute a valid order. (End of clause) 552.238–110 [Corrected] 9. On page 17051, right column, in 552.238–110, in paragraph (c), correct ‘‘552.238–90’’ to read ‘‘552.238–86’’. ■ Jeffrey A. Koses, Senior Procurement Executive, Office of Acquisition Policy, Office of Governmentwide Policy. 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The FMP was prepared by the Council and is implemented by NMFS through regulations at 50 CFR part 622 under the authority of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (Magnuson-Stevens Act) (16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.). On October 4, 2018, NMFS published a notice of availability (NOA) for SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00053 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 22383 Amendment 49 and requested public comment (83 FR 50056). On October 25, 2018, NMFS published a proposed rule for Amendment 49 and requested public comment (83 FR 53839). Amendment 49 and the proposed rule outline the rationale for the actions contained in this final rule. A summary of the management measures described in Amendment 49 and implemented by this final rule is provided below. 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[Federal Register Volume 84, Number 96 (Friday, May 17, 2019)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 22381-22383]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2019-09910]


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GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

48 CFR Parts 501, 515, 538, and 552

[GSAR Case 2013-G502; Docket 2019-0008; Sequence 1]
RIN 3090-AJ41


General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR); 
Federal Supply Schedule Contracting (Administrative Changes); 
Correction

AGENCY: Office of Acquisition Policy, General Services Administration.

ACTION: Final rule; correction.

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SUMMARY: GSA is issuing a correction to GSAR Case 2013-G502; Federal 
Supply Schedule Contracting (Administrative Changes), which was 
published in the Federal Register on April 23, 2019. This correction 
corrects GSAR clause numbers and titles.

DATES: Effective: May 23, 2019.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Dana Bowman, General Services 
Acquisition Policy Division, GSA, 202-357-9652 or email 
[email protected], for clarification of content. For information 
pertaining to status or publication schedules, contact the Regulatory 
Secretariat at 202-501-4755. Please cite GSAR Case 2013-G502; 
Corrections.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Corrections

    In rule FR Doc. 2019-08012, published in the Federal Register at 84 
FR 17030, on April 23, 2019, make the following corrections:

Preamble Corrections

    1. On page 17033, left column, paragraph 4. Revised Existing 
Clauses and Provisions, correct the GSAR clauses table to read as 
follows:

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          No.                      Name            Description of change
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552.212-71.............  Contract Terms and       Updated to remove
                          Conditions Applicable    unnecessary clauses
                          to GSA Acquisition       and outdated FSS
                          Commercial Items.        clauses.
552.238-73.............  Identification of        Prescription update to
                          Electronic Office        use only in FSS
                          Equipment Providing      solicitations for
                          Accessibility for the    electronic office
                          Handicapped.             equipment.
552.238-77.............  Submission and           Prescription updated
                          Distribution of          to use in all FSS
                          Authorized Federal       solicitations and
                          Supply Schedule (FSS)    contracts.
                          Price Lists.
552.238-78.............  Identification of        Prescription updated
                          Products that have       to use only in FSS
                          Environmental            solicitations and
                          Attributes.              contracts that
                                                   contemplate items
                                                   with environmental
                                                   attributes.
552.238-79.............  Cancellation...........  Prescription updated
                                                   to use in all FSS
                                                   solicitations and
                                                   contracts.
552.238-80.............  Industrial Funding Fee   Prescription updated
                          and Sales Reporting.     to use in all FSS
                                                   solicitations and
                                                   contracts.
552.238-81.............  Price Reductions.......  Prescription updated
                                                   to use in all FSS
                                                   solicitations and
                                                   contracts.
552.238-82.............  Modifications (Federal   Prescription updated
                          Supply Schedules).       to use in all FSS
                                                   solicitations and
                                                   contracts.
                                                   (i) Use Alternate I
                                                   for Federal Supply
                                                   Schedules that only
                                                   accept eMod.
552-238-83.............  Examination of Records   Relocated and retitled
                          by GSA (Federal Supply   from 552.215-71,
                          Schedules).              Examination of
                                                   Records by GSA
                                                   (Multiple Award
                                                   Schedule) as this is
                                                   an FSS-specific
                                                   clause.
552.238-113............  Scope of Contract        Updated to reference
                          (Eligible Ordering       the correct payment
                          Activities).             clause, FAR 52.232-
                                                   36, Payment by Third
                                                   Party.
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    2. On page 17034, left column, correct the first bulleted paragraph 
to read as follows:
     New Clauses and Provisions: Forty-three (43) new FSS-
specific clauses and provisions were contemplated in the proposed rule 
for public comment. The proposed rule published incorrectly stated this 
number as thirty-five (35) and listed forty-five (45) clauses. However, 
552.238-82 (Proposed Rule), now 552.238-86 (Final Rule), Delivery 
Schedule was incorrectly included in the ``new'' clause list rather 
than the ``reinstated'' clause list. In addition, 552.238-94 (Proposed 
Rule), now 552.238-83 (Final Rule), Examination of Records by GSA 
(Federal Supply Schedules) was incorrectly included in the ``new'' 
clause list rather than the ``revised existing'' clause list. So, the 
correct number was forty-three (43) ``new'' FSS-specific clauses in the 
proposed rule. After taking into consideration public comments received 
from the proposed rule, thirty (30) new FSS-specific clauses and 
provisions are incorporated into GSAR parts 538 and 552 in the final 
rule.
    3. On page 17034, middle column, correct the first solidly bulleted 
paragraph to read as follows:
     Reinstated Clauses and Provisions: Seven (7) FSS-specific 
clauses and provisions were contemplated for reinstatement in the 
proposed rule for public comment. The proposed rule published 
incorrectly identified this number as six (6), because 552.238-82 
(Proposed Rule), now 552.238-86 (Final Rule) Delivery Schedule was 
incorrectly included in the list of ``new'' FSS-specific clauses rather 
than the ``reinstated'' clauses. After taking into consideration public 
comments received from the proposed rule, four (4) FSS-specific clauses 
and provisions are reinstated into GSAR parts 538 and 552 in the final 
rule.
    4. On page 17034, middle column, correct the second solidly 
bulleted paragraph to read as follows:
     Revised Existing Clauses and Provisions: Nine (9) existing 
clauses and provisions were contemplated for revision in the proposed 
rule for public comment. The proposed rule published incorrectly 
identified this number as seven (7) clauses. However, GSAR clause 
552.238-94 Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules) 
(Proposed Rule), now 552.238-83 (Final Rule), was incorrectly included 
in the list of ``new'' FSS-specific clauses rather than the ``revised 
existing'' clauses. In addition, GSAR clause 552.238-78 Scope of 
Contract (Eligible Ordering Activities) (Proposed Rule), 552.238-113 
(Final Rule), is revised to replace the reference to GSAR clause 
552.232-79 Payment by Credit Card, which is redundant to FAR clause 
52.232-36 Payment by Third Party, and is now included in the list of 
``revised existing'' clauses.

Regulatory Text Corrections

0
5. On page 17040, in 538.273, correct the last sentence in paragraph 
(d)(4) and correct paragraphs (d)(5) and (d)(6)(ii) to read as follows:


538.273  FSS solicitation provisions and contract clauses.

* * * * *
    (d) * * *
    (4) * * * Clause 552.238-81 Alternate I should also be used when 
vendors agree to include clause 552.238-80 Alternate I in the contract.
    (5) 552.238-81, Price Reductions. Use Alternate I for Federal 
Supply Schedules with Transactional Data Reporting requirements. This 
alternate clause is used when vendors agree to include clause 552.238-
80 Alternate I in the contract.
    (6) * * *
    (ii) Use Alternate II for Federal Supply Schedules with 
Transactional Data Reporting requirements. This alternate clause is 
used when vendors agree to include clause 552.238-80 Alternate I in the 
contract.
* * * * *

0
6. On page 17046, right column, correct 552.238-83 to read as follows:


552.238-83  Examination of Records by GSA (Federal Supply Schedules).

    As prescribed in 538.273(d)(7) insert the following clause:

Examination of Records by GSA (May 2019)

    The Contractor agrees that the Administrator of General Services 
or any duly authorized representative shall have access to and the 
right to examine any books, documents, papers and records of the 
contractor involving transactions related to this contract for 
overbillings, billing errors, compliance with contract clauses 
552.238-81, Price Reductions and 552.238-80, Industrial Funding Fee 
and Sales Reporting. This authority shall expire 3 years after final 
payment. The basic contract and each option shall be treated as 
separate contracts for purposes of applying this clause.

[[Page 22383]]

(End of clause)


552.238-88  [Corrected]

0
7. In 552.238-88:
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a. On page 17047, right column, in the second sentence in paragraph 
(a), correct ``552.238-111'' to read ``552.238-103''; and
0
b. On page 17048, left column, in paragraph (b), correct ``552.238-71'' 
to read ``552.238-77'' and correct ``552.238-81'' to read ``552.238-
82''.

0
8. On page 17050, middle column, correct 552.238-105 to read as 
follows:


552.238-105  Deliveries Beyond the Contractual Period--Placing of 
Orders.

    As prescribed in 538.273(d)(29), insert the following clause:

Deliveries Beyond the Contractual Period--Placing of Orders (May 2019)

    In accordance with Clause 552.238-113, Scope of Contract 
(Eligible Ordering Activities), this contract covers all 
requirements that may be ordered, as distinguished from delivered 
during the contract term. This is for the purpose of providing 
continuity of supply or operations by permitting ordering activities 
to place orders as requirements arise in the normal course of 
operations. Accordingly, any order mailed (or received, if forwarded 
by other means than through the mail) to the Contractor on or before 
the expiration date of the contract, and providing for delivery 
within the number of days specified in the contract, shall 
constitute a valid order.
(End of clause)


552.238-110  [Corrected]

0
9. On page 17051, right column, in 552.238-110, in paragraph (c), 
correct ``552.238-90'' to read ``552.238-86''.

Jeffrey A. Koses,
Senior Procurement Executive, Office of Acquisition Policy, Office of 
Government-wide Policy.
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