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Federal regulations implement the laws written by Congress (the U.S. Code), and set forth policies for federal departments. It's important to follow regulations, as they have the full force and effect of laws.

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The FARS

The Federal Acquisition Regulation System is Title 48 of the Code of Federal Regulations. It regulates the federal government's acquisition process for goods and services. Federal departments publish supplements to the FARS in numbered chapters.

1: FARS
2: DFARS
3: HHSAR
4: AGAR
5: GSAR
6: DOSAR
7: AIDAR
8: VAAR
9: DEAR
10: DTAR
12: TAR
13: CAR
14: DIAR
15: EPAAR
16: FEHBAR
18: NFS
19: IAAR
20: NRCAR
21: LIFAR
24: HUDAR
28: JAR
29: DOLAR
30: HSAR
34: EDAR
51: AFARS
52: NMCARS
53: AFFARS
53: AFMCFARS
53: AFSPCFARS
54: DLAD
55: TRANSFARS
56: SOFARS
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Supply Center Regulations

Defense Supply Centers are the main Inventory Control Points of the Defense Logistics Agency. Each center can issue its own regulations, which add to the FARS and other regulations.

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ITAR

The International Traffic in Arms Regulations is part of Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations. It implements the Arms Export Control Act, controlling the goods pertaining to defense and the military, as well as certain types of technology and information.

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