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Okay it's been a while since I've done a procurement segment I nap and run around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to do all kinds of things I have a sip of finally sofa chair very exciting but today I'm going to talk a little bit about the Federal Acquisition regulation a thorough acquisition regulation if you recall goes through this rulemaking process and it ends up because of that it ends up having the full force and effect of law this is the title 48 of the Code of Federal Regulations which is the bar and if we call it the farm as you can see it's a fairly thick book it has 53 parts part 53 its forms so you can see there's all these different forms and then part 52 which is quite a voluminous or actually on terms and conditions so if I can get to the front of it here this much of it is actually a terms and conditions or various clauses that we utilize in federal contracts the remainder of it is where the actual regulations like I'm important to note there's some 51 other parts associated with regulation etc and the far split into a subchapter organization and then there's different parts so subchapter a of the far covers parts one through four and that is general or administrative sorts of things so for instance it talks about the Federal Acquisition regulation system itself in the very first and part and then there's a section for definitions and then it talks about some ethics improper business practices and conflicts of interests and then part four is administrative matters and then it moves into subtractor B which is acquisition planning and that's parts five through 12 five its publicizing and competition is sixth and then some planning required sources of supply things of that sort all the way up to market research and how we should describe our needs and then acquisition of commercial items subchapter C contracting methods and contract types now in the federal procurement world there are lots of different methods of procurement for instance simplified acquisition which consists of credit card purchases and things of that sort and then there's four part fourteen which is steel bidding and far part 15 contract in many ago she ation and then 16 is different types of contracts as in pricing arrangements firm fixed price all the way up to cost reimbursement and cost plus fixed fee and then there's a couple of other and part 17 which talks about special contracting methods that's multi-year contracts very unique thing I'll do Sigma on that later and I'm option to the use of options and then m18 is emergency acquisitions which is commonly called contingency contracting I'm subchapter D socio-economic methods or programs and that covers small business preferences and trade agreements and things of that sort that's part 19 through part 26 and subchapter II general contracting.