(k) comply with all applicable SEC rules and regulations and provide its stockholders with an income statement that complies with Section 11(a) of the Securities Act and Rule 158 thereof (or any similar rule adopted under the Securities Act), no later than the date required by Regulation S-X (i) commencing at the end of a fiscal quarter; in which recordable securities are sold as part of a fixed commitment to underwriters. or the best effort underwriting offer and (ii) if not sold to the underwriters in such an offer, effective on the first day of the Company`s first quarter of fiscal year following the effective date of a registration statement covering such 12-month periods; 4,201 procedures. Customers must distribute copies of contracts or amendments within 10 business days of being signed by all parties. 4,202 agency sales needs. Agencies shall limit additional distribution requirements to the minimum necessary for the proper performance of essential functions. When management contracts are awarded to a contract management office located in a position other than the contracting office (see Part 42), the two organizations agree on a distribution required by the allocation prescribed in section 4.201. 4,203 Tax identification information. (a) If the Contractor provided a Tax Identification Number (TIN) when completing the tendering provision at 52.204-3, Tax Identification, or paragraph (l) of the Tendering Provision at 52.212-3, Offeror`s Declarations and Certifications – Commercial Products and Services, the Contractor shall, unless otherwise provided in the Agency`s procedures, attach a copy of the completed tendering provision to the last page of the copy of the agreement; to the paying agency. (b) Where the TIN or the type of body comes from a source other than that specified in points 52.204-3 or 52.212-3(l), the contractor shall record the last page of the contract or contract transmitted to the paying agency, indicating the TIN and the nature of the contractor`s organisation, unless such information is otherwise provided to the paying agency in accordance with the procedures of the paying agency. (c) Where the contractor makes its TIN or type of organisation available to the contracting entity after the award of the award, it shall transmit the information to the paying agent within 7 days of receipt thereof. (d) Federal procurement contracts. Any contract agent who makes an appointment under a contract in the Federal Procurement Annex (see subsection 8.4) must provide the paying agent with the TIN and the type of organization in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section. (e) Basic order contracts and open-ended supply contracts (excluding federal supply contracts).
(1) A contractor who issues a basic purchase order contract or an indeterminate supply contract (other than a Federal Procurement Schedule contract) shall make available to procuring entities that contract under the agreement or contract (if the contractor is not required to provide this information to the procurement administration system). (i) A copy of the agreement or agreement with a copy of the tender provision completed in 52.204-3 or 52.212-3(l) as the last page of the agreement or agreement; or (ii) the contractor`s TIN and the nature of the organization`s information. (2) A contract agent who places an order under a basic order contract or an indeterminate delivery contract (other than a federal procurement plan contract) shall make available to the paying agent the TIN and the type of organization referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) of this Division. A purchase contract is a contract for the sale of a property in the future. This agreement sets out the conditions under which the property in question will be transferred. The Transfer of Ownership Act 1882, which governs matters relating to the sale and transfer of ownership, defines a contract of sale or a contract of sale as follows: 4.1400 Scope of the paragraph. This subsection implements section 2 of the Federal Act on Accountability and Transparency in Funding of 2006 (Pub.L.109-282), as amended by section 6202 of the Public Funding Transparency Act of 2008 (Pub. 110-252), which requires contractors to provide subcontracting data and total compensation for the five highest-paid contractors` and subcontractors` highest paid agents. First-level outsourcing data is available to the public on www.usaspending.gov. 4.1401 Applicability. (a) This subsection applies to all contracts valued at $30,000 or more.
Nothing in this subsection requires the disclosure of classified information. (b) the provision of information on subcontracting is limited to the first-tier subcontractor; 4.1402 Procedure. (a) Organizations shall ensure that contractors comply with the reporting requirements of 52.204-10, Executive Compensation and Awarding of First Level Subcontracts.