Principal means an officer, director, owner, partner or person with primary management or oversight responsibilities within a business entity (e.g., general manager; Plant Manager; Head of a department or sector of activity; and similar positions). In the United States, where it is all the time, «business day» is relatively easy to define, usually as «any day other than a Saturday, Sunday, or day on which financial institutions in [choose a jurisdiction] are eligible to close.» The latter would be the 10 official national holidays that at least all bankers (not dummies) adhere to, although not all companies follow them (such as Presidents` Day and Columbus Day). (1) Any person who makes a prohibited expense under paragraph (b) of this clause or who fails to file or modify the disclosure to be filed or amended in accordance with paragraph (d) of this clause shall be liable to civil penalties under 31 U.S.C. 1352. The imposition of a civil penalty does not prevent the Government from seeking any other remedy that may be applicable. (2) When amending this clause to identify appropriate parties, all disclosures of violations of civil law on false claims or federal criminal law should be addressed to the Office of the Agency of the Inspector General with a copy to the contract agent. f) Data. As revised from time to time, all provisions, clauses and alternatives are dated; for example (December 1983). In order to avoid wondering which version of a provision, clause or alternative is effective in a particular application or contract, its date must be indicated, whether it is included by reference or in full text. Alternate II (April 1984). If the identification of an employee is required for safety or other reasons in a construction contract or an architect-engineer contract, add the following paragraph (e) to the basic section: (iii) As used in paragraph (c) (2) of this clause, «professional and technical services» are limited to consultation and analysis directly applied to a professional or technical discipline (see FAR 3.803(a)(2)(iii)). (d) An agency may establish a set of provisions and clauses applicable to a particular category of contracts; A list of the agency group may be included by reference in invitations and/or contracts, rather than quoting terms and clauses individually, provided that the group list is made available to suppliers and potential contractors electronically. (c) The Contractor will inform current employees and contractors that any prohibitions and restrictions on pre-existing internal confidentiality agreements or statements covered by this clause, to the extent that such prohibitions and restrictions are inconsistent with the prohibitions in this clause, are no longer in force.
The internal confidentiality agreement or statement, subcontracting and subcontractor are defined in the clause of 52.203-19, prohibition to request certain agreements or internal confidentiality statements. (1) The Contractor shall establish and follow appropriate procedures to prevent and detect possible violations described in paragraph (b) of this clause in its own operations and direct business relationships. «Business Day» means any day of the year on which New York`s national banking institutions are open to the public to operate and are not required or permitted to close. Unless otherwise stated herein, the following terms have the meanings given below (…) Business day, a day when commercial banks are open to businesses in the People`s Republic of China (…) (1) If Part 14 (Sealed Bidding) of the X Agency Acquisition Regulation, published in the Federal Register and codified as Chapter 99 of 48 CFR, requires the use of a provision entitled «Bid Envelopes» of October 1983 and that provision is successively the first provision or clause to appear in section 52.214 of the X Acquisition Regulation, then the identification of this provision is «9952.214-70-Bid Envelopes (Oct 1983)». Person means an individual, corporation, corporation, association, agency, corporation, partnership, corporation, state and local government, whether or not that entity is operated for profit. This term excludes a Native American tribe, tribal organization or other Native American organization authorized to obtain federal contracts, grants, cooperation agreements or loans from an organization, but only in respect of expenses of such tribe or organization incurred for the purposes set out in paragraph (b) of this clause and authorized by other federal laws. (a) definition. «Women-owned enterprise», as used in this provision, a business that is at least 51 per cent owned by one or more women; or, in the case of a public enterprise, at least 51 % of its shares are held by one or more women; and whose management and day-to-day affairs are controlled by one or more women.