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Trans No. Acquiring Acquired Entities

20080096 ......................... The Resolute Fund II, L.P ................. David B. Garcia ................................. CEDRA Corporation, Cedra Holding,
Inc.

TRANSACTIONS GRANTED EARLY TERMINATION—10/30/2007

20080011 ......................... SRAM Corporation ............................ Andrew J. Ording .............................. Compositech, Inc.
20080021 ......................... ValueAct Capital Master Fund, L.P ... Sara Lee Corporation ........................ Sara Lee Corporation.
20080025 ......................... ValueAct Capital Master Fund III, L.P Sara Lee Corporation ........................ Sara Lee Corporation.
20080040 ......................... Sims Group Limited ........................... Metal Management, Inc. .................... Metal Management, Inc.
20080080 ......................... AMB Industries Incorporated ............. Lord Ashcroft ..................................... OneSource Services, Inc.
20080105 ......................... Gores Capital Partners II, LP ............ Charterhouse Equity Partners III, L.P United Road Services, Inc.
20080119 ......................... MX International S.a.r.l. ..................... Gryphon Partners III, L.P .................. Consolidated Fire Protection Hold-
ings, Inc.

TRANSACTIONS GRANTED EARLY TERMINATION—10/31/2007

20080116 ......................... Getco Holding Company, LLC .......... BATS Trading, Inc ............................. BATS Trading, Inc.

TRANSACTIONS GRANTED EARLY TERMINATION—11/01/2007

20072091 ......................... Reuters Group PLC ........................... StarMine Corporation ........................ StarMine Corporation.
20080027 ......................... Coinstar, Inc ...................................... Jose Francisco Leon ......................... GroupEx Financial Corporation, JRJ
Express Inc.
20080060 ......................... Thomas F. Marsico ........................... Bank of America Corporation ............ Marsico Capital Management, LLC,
Marsico Fund Advisors, LLC.
20080122 ......................... Honeywell International Inc ............... Hand Held Products, Inc ................... Hand Held Products, Inc.

TRANSACTIONS GRANTED EARLY TERMINATION—11/02/2007

20071867 ......................... Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc .... Horizon Offshore, Inc ........................ Horizon Offshore, Inc.
20080019 ......................... Petroliam Nasional Berhad ............... KKR European Fund II, Limited Part- Sole Italia S.p.A.
nership.
20080084 ......................... Svoboda, Collins Fund II, L.P ........... John C. Tlapek .................................. Cape Electrical Supply, Inc.
20080130 ......................... Renaissance Health Service Cor- Delta Dental Plan of Michigan, Inc ... Delta Dental Plan of Michigan, Inc.
poration.
20080134 ......................... Electronic Arts Inc ............................. Elevation Partners, L.P. .................... VG Holding Corp.
20080137 ......................... ADC Telecommunications, Inc .......... LGC Wireless, Inc ............................. LGC Wireless, Inc.
20080147 ......................... Spectrum Equity Investors V, L.P ..... The Generations Network, Inc .......... The Generations Network, Inc.
20080153 ......................... Inverness Medical Innovations, Inc ... TA X L.P ............................................ Alere Medical Incorporated.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: SUMMARY: The Government GSA Leasing’’ and the delegation of
Sandra M. Peay, Contact Representative Accountability Office and the General lease acquisition authority issued by the
OR Renee Hallman, Contract Services Administration Office of Administrator of General Services to the
Representative. Federal Trade Inspector General have reported that heads of all Federal agencies in his
Commission, Premerger Notification some Federal agencies using the letter of September 25, 1996. GSA
Office, Bureau of Competition, Room H– delegated leasing authority issued to Bulletin FPMR D–239, Supplement 1,
303, Washington, DC 20580, (202) 326– Federal agencies on September 25, 1996, published in the Federal Register on
3100. are not following properly the December 18, 1996, issued supporting
instructions specified as a condition for information for the delegation. GSA
By Direction of the Commission.
use of the leasing delegation. The Bulletin FMR 2005–B1, published in the
Donald S. Clark, attached bulletin re-emphasizes and Federal Register on May 25, 2005,
Secretary. updates the conditions, restrictions and revised and re-emphasized certain
[FR Doc. 07–5727 Filed 11–06–07; 8:45 am] reporting requirements specified in the procedures associated with the
BILLING CODE 6750–01–M delegation of authority and its delegation of General Purpose leasing
supporting information. This bulletin is authority.
in keeping with the spirit of Executive There have been several instances
GENERAL SERVICES Order 13327, ‘‘Federal Real Property reported of agencies failing to meet the
ADMINISTRATION Asset Management,’’ to maximize the conditions required for use of the lease
[FMR Bulletin 2008–B1] increased governmentwide emphasis on delegation:
real property inventory management.
The Federal Management Regulation 1. Several agencies have failed to
Delegations of Lease Acquisition
and any associated documents may be notify GSA prior to conducting a
Authority—Notification, Usage, and
accessed at GSA’s Web site at http:// specific leasing action;
Reporting Requirements for General
Purpose, Categorical, and Special www.gsa.gov/fmr. Click on FMR 2. Semi-annual performance reports
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Purpose Space Delegations Bulletins. on use of the lease delegation are not
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: FPMR D– being submitted to GSA on a regular
AGENCY: General Services basis;
Administration. 239, published in the Federal Register
on October 16, 1996, announced a new 3. Some agencies have exceeded the
ACTION: Notice of bulletin.
GSA leasing program called ‘‘Can’t Beat authority of the delegation, which is

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restricted to below prospectus level reporting requirements, including the utilities) of any lease action executed
actions; and submission of documents to GSA at under these delegations must be below
4. Some agencies have used untrained various points in the lease acquisition the threshold applicable to GSA’s
and non-warranted and, therefore, process, and requires agencies to have submission of a lease prospectus to its
unauthorized contracting personnel to in place an organizational structure to Congressional oversight committees
execute contracts on behalf of the address customer issues, correct under 40 U.S.C. 3307. The prospectus
Government. property deficiencies and enforce all threshold may be adjusted annually in
The following bulletin re-emphasizes provisions of the lease. This bulletin accordance with 40 U.S.C. 3307(g). The
and updates the conditions, restrictions, also addresses requirements for another current threshold for each fiscal year
and reporting requirements applicable longstanding delegation for Categorical can be accessed by entering GSA’s Web
to GSA leasing delegations. space, as currently provided in 41 CFR site at http://www.gsa.gov/
DATES: Effective Date: November 19, part 102–73. annualprospectusthreshold.
2007. (b) Executive Order No. 13327, (c) The authority to lease granted by
‘‘Federal Real Property Asset the delegations may only be exercised
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Management’’ (69 FR 5897), dated by a warranted realty contracting officer
Stanley C. Langfeld, Director,
February 4, 2004, promotes the efficient fully meeting the experience and
Regulations Management Division, and economical use of Federal real training requirements of the Contracting
Office of Governmentwide Policy, 202– property resources. Among other things, Officer Warrant Program as specified in
501–1737, or Stanley.langfeld@gsa.gov. the Executive Order requires Federal section 501.603–1 of the General
Dated: October 5, 2007. agencies to establish performance Services Administration Acquisition
Kevin Messner, measures addressing the cost, value, and Manual (GSAM).
Acting Associate Administrator, Office of efficiency of all acquisitions, within the (d) Agencies using the GSA leasing
Governmentwide Policy. scope of an overall agency asset delegations are responsible for
management plan. Agencies using any compliance with all laws, Executive
Real Property orders, regulations, and Office of
of the three GSA lease delegations ((1)
To: Heads of Federal Agencies. General Purpose, (2) Categorical [41 CFR Management and Budget (OMB)
Subject: Revised Implementation 102–73.140] and (3) Special Purpose [41 Circulars governing warranted GSA
Requirements for Delegations of Lease CFR 102–73.155]) are expected to apply realty contracting officers. GSA retains
Acquisition Authority. these measures to their acquisitions. the right to assess, at any time, both the
1. Purpose. This bulletin re- (c) By letter of September 25, 1996, integrity of each individual lease action
emphasizes and modifies certain the Administrator delegated authority to as well as the capability of an agency to
procedures associated with the use of the heads of all Federal agencies to perform all aspects of the delegated
the delegation of General Purpose perform all functions related to the leasing activities, and, if necessary, to
leasing authority provided by GSA in leasing of General Purpose space for a revoke an agency’s delegation in whole
1996 as part of the leasing program term of up to 20 years regardless of or in part. Improper use of any
called ‘‘Can’t Beat GSA Leasing,’’ and geographic location. Lease delegation may result in revocation of
two other longstanding delegations for procurements using this delegation the delegation and denial of future
Categorical and agency-specific Special must be compatible with the GSA delegation requests.
Purpose space as currently provided in community housing plans for new (e) Federal agencies must acquire and
41 CFR part 102–73. Federal construction or any suitable use the space in accordance with all
2. Expiration. This bulletin cancels space that will become available in applicable laws, Executive Orders,
and replaces Federal Management GSA-controlled Federally-owned or regulations, and OMB Circulars that
Regulation (FMR) Bulletin 2005–B1, -leased space. GSA will advise the apply to Federal space acquisition
Delegations of Lease Acquisition agency about any limiting factors (e.g., activities. Attachment 1 is a non-
Authority—Notification, Usage, and length of term), so that the lease will be exhaustive list of laws, regulations,
Reporting Requirements for General consistent with any community housing Executive Orders, and OMB Circulars
Purpose, Categorical, and Special plans. The 1996 delegation of authority governing the space acquisition process.
Purpose Space Delegations, which was does not alter the space delegation This list may be added to or amended
published in the Federal Register on authorities in Part 102–73 of the FMR, from time to time. As discussed in
May 25, 2005. It contains information of which pertain to ‘‘Categorical Space greater detail in OMB Circular A–11, all
a continuing nature and will remain in Delegations’’ and ‘‘Special Purpose leases must be scored prior to execution
effect until canceled. Space Delegations.’’ None of the GSA and must be budgeted in accordance
3. Background. delegations provide authorization for with OMB’s scorekeeping rules.
(a) GSA has the statutory authority for agencies to conduct procurements on (f) Agencies are responsible for
acquiring and providing Federal behalf of or to collect rent from other maintaining the capacity to support all
agencies with space. The General agencies. delegated leasing activities, including
Purpose leasing delegation was an 4. General Conditions for the Use of the use of a warranted realty contracting
outgrowth of GSA’s commitment to All Leasing Delegations. officer, legal review and oversight,
streamline its leasing operations. Under (a) Relocation of Government construction and inspection
this program, GSA provided each employees from GSA-controlled management, cost estimation, lease
Federal agency a simple choice: Either Federally-owned or -leased space may management and administration, and
engage GSA to acquire the space, or use not take place unless prior written program oversight. Prior to each leasing
the delegated leasing authority to confirmation has been received from action, the agency must conduct an
perform the space acquisition on its GSA that suitable Government- assessment of its needs to establish
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own. This bulletin establishes new controlled owned or vacant leased space technical requirements and the amount
requirements for agencies requesting cannot be provided for them. See 41 of space necessary to meet mission
authorization to use the General CFR 102–73.10. requirements. Additionally, agencies are
Purpose and Special Purpose delegation (b) The average net annual rent (gross expected to acquire space at charges
authority and establishes revised annual rent excluding services and consistent with prevailing market rates

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for comparable facilities in the the Government and how the agency’s enumerated factors shall be a basis for
community. Accountability for all use of the delegated authority is cost- denying the agency’s request. No
leasing activities shall be coordinated effective for the Government; delegation will be granted solely for the
through the agency’s Senior Real 2. The name of the warranted realty purpose of accelerated delivery, and no
Property Officer. contracting officer conducting the delegation will be granted for space
(g) As a condition for the use of GSA procurement; such individual must acquisitions totaling more than 19,999
leasing delegation authorizations, fully meet the experience and training rentable square feet of General Purpose
agencies are required to make their lease requirements of the contracting officer space.
files available for audit by GSA Office warrant program as specified in section The requesting agency may exercise
of Inspector General personnel or other 501.603–1 of the GSAM; the authority contained in this
GSA personnel or authorized agents as 3. An acquisition plan for the delegation only after the GSA Director
determined by the GSA Director, Real procurement in accordance with the for the Real Estate Acquisition Division,
Estate Acquisition Division, or his or requirements specified by Subpart Public Buildings Service, or his or her
her successor. 507.1—Acquisition Plans of the GSAM. successor, notifies the requesting
(h) Agencies using the General A sample limited acquisition plan is agency, in writing, that suitable GSA-
Purpose delegation are required to available online at http://www.gsa.gov/ controlled Federally-owned or -leased
provide GSA no less than 18 months leasingform; space is not available to meet its space
advance notice of lease expiration, if 4. Justification for the delineated area need and GSA authorizes the agency to
there is a continuing need for the space in accordance with applicable laws and conduct the lease procurement. If the
and the agency wishes to use the Executive Orders, including the Rural agency subsequently decides not to
delegation again to satisfy the Development Act of 1972, as amended exercise the requested authority, it must
requirement. (7 U.S.C. 2204b–1), Executive Order provide written notice of such to the
(i) Effective immediately upon 12072 and Executive Order 13006; GSA Director for the Real Estate
issuance of this bulletin, agencies are no 5. A floodplain check in accordance
Acquisition Division, Public Buildings
longer authorized to use the General with Executive Order 11988,
Service, or his or her successor.
Purpose delegation to enter into leases ‘‘Floodplain Management;’’
6. An organizational structure and (b) Additional post-award submittal
in excess of 19,999 rentable square feet
staffing plan to support the delegation, requirements from requesting agency.
of space. In addition, agencies are
identifying trained and experienced If the awarded lease is for an average
prohibited from using the General
warranted contracting staff, post- annual rental in excess of $100,000,
Purpose leasing delegation to enter into
occupancy lease administration staff, including option periods and excluding
a Supplemental Lease Agreement to
real estate legal support, and technical the cost of operational services, within
expand the amount of space currently
staff to ensure compliance with all thirty days after the lease award, the
under lease, if such an expansion will
applicable laws, regulations and GSA agency must submit to the GSA Director
cause the agency to lease a total of more
directives governing lease acquisitions for the Real Estate Acquisition Division,
than 19,999 rentable square feet of
and administration of lease contracts; Public Buildings Service, or his or her
General Purpose space at the leased
7. A plan for meeting or exceeding successor, the following documents or
premises.
5. Additional Delegation GSA’s performance measures (lease evidence of compliance:
Requirements. cost); GSA’s performance measures can 1. The fully-executed lease document
(a) Pre-authorization submittal be found on OMB’s Web site at http:// and all attachments;
requirements from requesting agency for www.whitehouse.gov/omb/expectmore/ 2. The solicitation for offers (SFO)
all general purpose lease delegations detail/10001157.2005.html; and (and any amendments issued during the
and for special purpose lease 8. The total amount of space required, procurement);
delegations involving 2,500 or more any special requirements, and any 3. The pre-solicitation ad posted on
square feet of such special purpose associated parking requirements. FEDBIZOPPS or in a local publication;
space. GSA will decide whether the 4. If a sole source contract, a
Prior to instituting any new, requesting agency’s exercise of the Justification for Other Than Full and
succeeding, extension or superseding delegation is in the Government’s best Open Competition in accordance with
lease action under the General Purpose interest. Prior to granting the agency’s section 6.303 of the Federal Acquisition
delegation or the Special Purpose request for a leasing delegation, GSA Regulation (FAR) and sections 502.101
delegation involving 2,500 or more will consider the following factors: and 504.803 of the GSAM;
square feet of such Special Purpose Compatibility with the GSA community 5. The market survey data identifying
space, the head of a Federal agency or housing plan and GSA activities in the properties considered in connection
its designee shall submit a request for specific market, adequacy of the with the space need, including historic
authorization to use this General or organizational structure and staffing buildings considered in accordance
Special Purpose lease delegation proposed for the delegation, with Executive Order 13006;
authority, in writing, to the GSA demonstrated ability of the requesting 6. Documentation of compliance with
Director for Real Estate Acquisition agency to meet or exceed GSA’s Public the National Environmental Policy Act
Division, Public Buildings Service, 1800 Buildings Service published of 1969, as amended, in accordance
F Street, NW., Washington, DC 20405, performance measures for cost of leased with 40 CFR § 1508.9 and GSA
or his or her successor, to satisfy the space, whether the requesting agency guidance;
agency’s need for General or Special has complied with all applicable laws, 7. Documentation that vending
Purpose space. The request also may be Executive Orders, regulations, OMB facilities will be provided in accordance
submitted electronically to Circulars, and reporting requirements with the Randolph-Sheppard Act;
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delegationrequest@gsa.gov. The under previously authorized 8. The final scoring evaluation in


requesting agency must submit: delegations, and whether the granting of accordance with OMB Circular A–11
1. A detailed narrative, including cost the delegation authorization is cost- (2002), Criteria and Scoring
estimates, explaining why the granting effective for the Government. Failure to Ramifications for Operating and Capital
of the request is in the best interests of demonstrate compliance with any of the Leases;

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9. The Price Negotiation 2. If a sole source contract, a Reporting, a copy of which can be
Memorandum, prepared in accordance Justification for Other Than Full and obtained from the agency’s Senior Real
with section 570.307 of the GSAM and Open Competition in accordance with Property Officer. FRPP data concerning
section 15.406–3 of the FAR; section 6.303 of the Federal Acquisition GSA lease delegation actions may be
10. Documentation that the building Regulation (FAR) and sections 502.101 provided to GSA PBS upon prior
meets all applicable fire and life safety and 504.803 of the GSAM; approval of the Federal Real Property
requirements; 3. The market survey data identifying Council.
11. The seismic Compliance properties considered in connection (b) GSA also reserves the right to
Certification from Successful Offeror with the space need, including historic request additional information on
consistent with Executive Order 12699 buildings considered in accordance agencies’ delegated lease activities
for new buildings (new lease with Executive Order 13006; based on the data submitted to the
construction) and Executive Order 4. The final scoring evaluation in FRPP. Failure of an agency to timely or
12941 for existing buildings; accordance with OMB Circular A–11 fully provide this additional
12. Copy of the Post-Award Synopsis (2002), Criteria and Scoring information may result in GSA’s
posted in FEDBIZOPPS; Ramifications for Operating and Capital revocation of the delegation to that
13. The small business subcontracting Leases; agency.
plan, if required, in accordance with 5. The Price Negotiation
Memorandum, prepared in accordance Attachment 1
section 19.702 of the FAR;
14. Documentation that the Excluded with section 570.307 of the GSAM and The listing below of laws, regulations,
Parties List (also known as the Debarred section 15.406–3 of the FAR; Executive Orders, and OMB Circulars
Bidders List) was checked; 6. Copy of the Post-Award Synopsis affecting leasing may have applicability
15. The pre-occupancy final posted in FEDBIZOPPS; thresholds or other factors that impact
inspection report verifying 7. The small business subcontracting applicability, and agency contracting
measurement of the demised space as plan, if required, in accordance with officers must determine the individual
shown on a CAD floorplan, correction of section 19.702 of the FAR; applicability of each. These laws,
8. Documentation that the Excluded Executive Orders, regulations, and OMB
deficiencies, and punch-list items;
Parties List (also known as the Debarred Circulars, each as may have been
16. A Funds Availability Statement
Bidders List) was checked; and amended from time to time, include, but
signed prior to lease award by a budget
9. A Funds Availability Statement are not limited to, the following:
official with the requesting agency; and
signed prior to lease award by a budget 1. Anti-Kickback Act of 1986 (41
17. Documentation that the negotiated official with the requesting agency. U.S.C. 51–58);
rental rate is within the prevailing 6. Federal Real Property Profile 2. Assignment of Claims Act of 1940
market rental rate for the class of Reporting Requirements for General (31 U.S.C. 3727);
building leased in the delegated action; Purpose, Categorical and Special 3. Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (2
the documentation may include Purpose Leasing Delegations. U.S.C. 900, et seq.);
information from organizations such as (a) The bi-annual reporting of lease 4. Competition in Contracting Act of
SIOR, Black’s Guide, Torto-Wheaton, or performance information for General 1984 (41 U.S.C. 251, et seq.);
Co-Star; if the negotiated rental rate Purpose, Categorical, and Special 5. Contract Disputes Act of 1978 (41
exceeds the market range, provide Purpose lease delegations to GSA’s U.S.C. 601–613);
information as to why the market rate Office of Governmentwide Policy, as 6. Contract Work Hours and Safety
was exceeded. stated in FMR Bulletin 2005–B1 Standards Act of 1962 (40 U.S.C. 3701–
To determine whether the delegation (Delegations of Lease Acquisition 3708);
was in the Government’s best interest, Authority—Notification, Usage, and 7. Copeland Act of 1934 (18 U.S.C.
GSA shall evaluate whether a delegation Reporting Requirements for General 874; 40 U.S.C. 3145(a));
was cost effective for the Government in Purpose, Categorical, and Special 8. Covenant Against Contingent Fees
the acquisition and delivery of the Purpose Space Delegations) is no longer (41 U.S.C. 254(a));
space. In evaluating cost-effectiveness, 9. Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 (40 U.S.C.
required. In its place, and in accordance
GSA shall consider the negotiated rental §§ (40 U.S.C. 3141–3148);
with Executive Order 13327, Federal 10. Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988
rate in comparison to the prevailing agencies are required to submit data for
market rental rate for a similar class of (41 U.S.C. 701–707);
assets in their real property inventory to 11. Earthquake Hazards Reduction
building, and may consider factors as the Federal Real Property Profile
GSA deems appropriate, including, but Act of 1977 (42 U.S.C. 7701–7706);
(FRPP). Agencies are required to 12. Energy Policy Act of 1992 (42
not limited to, overhead costs, provide data on all leased assets
personnel costs, support contract costs, U.S.C. 8253);
acquired under a delegation from GSA. 13. Examination of Records (41 U.S.C.
travel costs, accounting costs, and The FRPP data elements that must be 254d);
reporting costs. The agency must submitted for each leased asset include, 14. Leasing Authority (40 U.S.C. 585);
provide, upon request by GSA, detailed but are not limited to: 15. Fire Administration Authorization
acquisition costs. 1. Agency/Bureau Name; Act of 1992 (15 U.S.C. 2227);
If the awarded lease is for an average 2. Size; 16. Intergovernmental Cooperation
annual rental of $100,000 or less, 3. Location; and Act of 1968 (40 U.S.C. 901–905);
including option periods and excluding 4. Type of Space. 17. National Historic Preservation Act
the cost of operational services, the Agencies will also have to indicate of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 470–470w–6);
agency must submit to the GSA Director whether the leased asset was acquired 18. Occupational Safety and Health
for the Real Estate Acquisition Division, through a General Purpose, Categorical, Act of 1970 (29 U.S.C. 651–678);
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Public Buildings Service, or his or her or Special Purpose space delegation. A 19. Officials Not to Benefit (41 U.S.C.
successor, the following documents or complete list of the FRPP data elements 22);
evidence of compliance: and definitions can be found in the 20. Prohibitions on Use of
1. The fully-executed lease document Federal Real Property Council’s Appropriated Funds to Influence
and all attachments; Guidance for Real Property Inventory Federal Contracting (31 U.S.C. 1352);

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21. Prompt Payment Act (31 U.S.C. GENERAL SERVICES SYSTEM LOCATION:
3901–3907); ADMINISTRATION The system is maintained for GSA
22. Prospectus Authority (40 U.S.C. under contract. Contact the System
3307); Privacy Act of 1974; Notice of Updated Manager for additional information.
23. Randolph-Sheppard Act (20 System of Records
CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE
U.S.C. 107, et seq.);
AGENCY:General Services SYSTEM:
24. Architectural Barriers Act of 1968
(42 U.S.C. 4151–4157); Administration. Federal employees in acquisition and
25. National Environmental Policy contracting jobs, including personnel in
ACTION: Notice of updated system of the 1100 occupational series,
Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321, et seq.); records.
26. Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 631, contracting officers, and other
et seq.); employees performing acquisition,
SUMMARY: The General Services contracting, and procurement functions
27. Rural Development Act of 1972
Administration (GSA) is providing for Federal agencies.
(42 U.S.C. 3122);
notice of an update to the record system,
28. Uniform Relocation Assistance CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM:
Acquisition Career Management
and Real Property Acquisition Policies
Information System (ACMIS) (GSA/ The system contains information
Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 4651–4655);
OAP–2). The system collects needed for managing the careers and
29. Resource Conservation and
information to track, verify, update, and training of employees in the Federal
Recovery Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 690);
manage the careers of Federal acquisition occupational field. Records
30. Executive Order No. 11375,
employees in acquisition occupations may include but are not limited to: (1)
‘‘Equal Employment Opportunity’’ (Oct.
and to manage funds, size, and strength Biographical data such as name, birth
13, 1967, 32 FR 14303);
of the Federal acquisition workforce. date, and educational level; (2) work
31. Executive Order No. 11988,
related data such as service computation
‘‘Floodplain Management’’ (May 24, DATES: Effective Dates: The system of date and retirement information, duty
1977, 42 FR 26951); records will become effective without
32. Executive Order No. 11990, station, occupational series and grade,
further notice on December 19, 2007 and Social Security Number; and (3)
‘‘Protection of Wetlands’’ (May 24, 1977, unless comments received on or before
42 FR 26961); training records.
that date result in a contrary
33. Executive Order No. 12072, determination. AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM:
‘‘Federal Space Management’’ (Aug. 16, Section 37 of the Office of Federal
1978, 43 FR 36869); FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Call Procurement Policy Act (41 U.S.C. 433).
34. Executive Order No. 12699, or e-mail the GSA Privacy Act Officer:
‘‘Seismic Safety of Federal and telephone 202–208–1317; e-mail PURPOSES:
Federally Assisted or Regulated New gsa.privacyact@gsa.gov/. To establish and maintain an
Building Construction’’ (Jan. 5, 1990, 55 ADDRESSES: Comments may be electronic system to facilitate the career
FR 835); submitted to the Director, Federal management of Federal employees in
35. Executive Order No. 13006, Acquisition Institute (MVI), General acquisition occupations; to ensure that
‘‘Locating Federal Facilities on Historic Services Administration, 9820 Belvoir employees meet mandated training
Properties in Our Nation’s Central Road, Bldg. 205, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. requirements; and to effectively manage
Cities’’ (May 1, 1996, 61 FR 26071); training funds and the size and
36. Executive Order No. 13423, SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: GSA qualifications of the Federal acquisition
‘‘Strengthening Federal Environmental, reviewed this Privacy Act system of workforce. The system provides to
Energy and Transportation record to ensure that it is relevant, management and to employees in the
Management’’ (January 26, 2007, 72 FR necessary, accurate, up-to-date, and system up-to-date information on
3919); covered by the appropriate legal or employee certification levels,
37. Executive Order No. 13327, regulatory authority. Nothing in the qualification standards, academic
‘‘Federal Real Property Asset updated system notice indicates a degrees, mandatory and other pertinent
Management’’ (Feb. 4, 2004, 69 FR change in authorities or practices training, and warrant status.
5897); regarding the collection and
maintenance of information. Nor do the ROUTINE USES OF THE SYSTEM RECORDS,
38. Executive Order No. 12941,
INCLUDING CATEGORIES OF USERS AND THEIR
‘‘Seismic Safety of Existing Federally changes impact individuals’ rights to
PURPOSE FOR USING THE SYSTEM:
Owned or Leased Buildings’’ (Dec. 5, access or amend their records in the
1994, 59 FR 62545); system of records. It also includes the System information may be accessed
39. Comprehensive Procurement new requirement from OMB and used by employees themselves and
Guideline For Products Containing Memorandum M–07–16 regarding a new their supervisors, designated analysts
Recovered Materials (40 CFR Chapter I routine use that allows agencies to and managers, and training centers, to
Part 247); disclose information in connection with track, verify, and update system
40. OMB Circular A–11 (Capital Lease a response and remedial efforts in the information. Designated program
Scoring); event of a data breach. managers will use the information to
41. Federal Management Regulation manage training funds and the size and
Dated: October 29, 2007. strength of the Federal acquisition
(FMR) [41 C.F.R. Chapter 102]; and Cheryl M. Paige,
42. General Services Administration workforce.
Director, Office of Information Management. Information from this system also may
Acquisition Manual (GSAM) (including
be disclosed as a routine use:
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the General Services Administration GSA/OAP–2


a. In any legal proceeding, where
Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) [48 CFR
pertinent, to which GSA is a party
Chapter 5]). SYSTEM NAME:
before a court or administrative body.
[FR Doc. E7–22530 Filed 11–16–07; 8:45 am] Acquisition Career Management b. To a Federal, State, local, or foreign
BILLING CODE 6820–RH–P Information System (ACMIS). agency responsible for investigating,

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