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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.4 Fuel and Petroleum
4.4.1
Acquisitions of fuel and packaged petroleum products by
41CFR101-26.602;
DOE offices and contractors shall be from Defense
sources.
48CFR908.7109
4.4.2
DOE offices and authorized contractors may participate
41CFR101-26.602;
in the Defense Fuel Supply Center (DFSC) coal-
contracting program for carloads or larger lots.
48CFR908.7110 1.1.8
4.5 Arms and Ammunition
4.5.1  Acquisition of arms and ammunition readily procurable
48CFR908.7111;
in the civilian market shall be made in accordance with
local site acquisition procedures.
49 FR 11945, Mar. 28, 1984,
as amended at 49 FR 38950,
Oct. 2, 1984
4.6 DOE-specific materials acquisitions14
Contracting activities shall require authorized contractors to obtain
the special materials identified in the following subsections in
accordance with the procedures stated therein.
4.6.1
Heavy water. The Senior Program Official or designee
48CFR908.7121
controls the acquisition and production of heavy water for
a given program. Requests for the acquisition or
production of heavy water orders shall be placed directly
with the cognizant Senior Program Official or designee
(see definition).
Precious metals15. DOE offices and authorized
4.6.2
[54 FR 27646, June 30,
contractors shall coordinate with the Oak Ridge operating
1989, as amended at 59 FR
contractor regarding the availability of the above metals
9105, Feb. 25, 1994];
prior to the purchase of these metals on the open market.
[62 FR 2312, Jan. 16, 1997]
Lithium16. The DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office
4.6.3
[62 FR 2312, Jan. 16, 1997]
supplies of Lithium shall be considered the first source of
supply prior to procurement of lithium compounds from
any other source.
13
This section covers the purchase of materials peculiar to the DOE program. While purchases of these materials
are unclassified, the specific quantities, destination or use may be classified. See appropriate sections of the
Classification Guide.
15
The DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office is responsible for maintaining the DOE supply of precious metals. These
metals are platinum, palladium, iridium, osmium, rhodium, ruthenium, gold, and silver.
16
Lithium is available at no cost other than normal packing, handling, and shipping charges from the DOE Oak
Ridge Operations Office.
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