USAID 752.231-71 Salary supplements for HG employees. Basic (MAR 2015) (Current)

As prescribed in 731.205-71,

(a) Definitions. (1) A Host Government (HG) employee is a person paid by the HG, occupying an established position, either temporary or permanent, part-time or full-time, within a HG institution.

(2) An HG institution is an organization in which the government owns at least a fifty percent share or receives at least fifty percent of its financial support from the government.

(b) General. Salary supplement occurs when payments are made that augment an HG employee's base salary or premiums, overtime, extra payments, incentive payment and allowances for which the HG employee would qualify under HG rules or practices for the performance of his/hers regular duties or work performed during his/hers regular office hours. Per diem, invitational travel, honoraria and payment for work carried out outside of normal working hours are not considered to be salary supplements subject to the provisions in USAID policy referenced in paragraph (c) of this section.

(c) Salary supplements are eligible for USAID financing only when authorized in accordance with USAID policy established in the cable State 119780 dated April 15, 1988 in ADS Chapter 302. If salary supplements have been authorized in a particular case, the Contracting officer shall provide written approval to the contractor in order for such costs to be eligible. Any specific requirements or limitations shall be specified in the approval.

(d) Contracting officers shall insert the Clause at 752.231-71 in all contracts in which there is a possibility of the need of HG employees. It should also be inserted in all subsequent subcontracts.

Salary Supplements for HG Employees (MAR 2015)

(a) Salary supplements are payments made that augment an employee's base salary or premiums, overtime, extra payments, incentive payment and allowances for which the HG employee would qualify under HG rules or practice for the performance of his/hers regular duties or work performed during his/hers regular office hours. Per diem, invitational travel, honoraria and payment for work carried out outside of normal working hours are not considered to be salary supplements.

(b) Salary supplements to HG Employees are not allowable without the written approval of the contracting officer.

(c) The Contractor must insert a clause containing all the terms of this clause, including the requirement to obtain the written approval of the contracting officer for all salary supplements, in all subcontracts under this contract that may entail HG employee salary supplements.

[64 FR 16649, Apr. 6, 1999, as amended at 79 FR 74988, 74999, Dec. 16, 2014]

(c) The Contractor must insert a clause containing all the terms of this clause, including the requirement to obtain the written approval of the contracting officer for all salary supplements, in all subcontracts under this contract that may entail HG employee salary supplements.

Mandatory (Exception);
(Applies to all subcontracts that may entail HG employee salary supplements.)

52.204-9 Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel.

52.207-3 Right of First Refusal of Employment.

52.222-46 Evaluation of Compensation for Professional Employees.

52.224-1 Privacy Act Notification.

52.224-2 Privacy Act.

52.232-23 Assignment of Claims.

52.232-24 Prohibition of Assignment of Claims.

52.232-39 Unenforceability of Unauthorized Obligations.

52.233-1 Disputes.

52.233-2 Service of Protest.

52.233-4 Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim.

52.242-13 Bankruptcy.

52.242-5 Payments to Small Business Subcontractors.

52.243-4 Changes.

52.248-1 Value Engineering.

52.248-3 Value Engineering—Construction.

52.203-18 Prohibition on Contracting with Entities that Require Certain Internal Confidentiality Agreements or Statements-Representation.

52.224-3 Privacy Training.

52.216-32 Task-Order and Delivery-Order Ombudsman.

252.226-7002 Representation for Demonstration Project for Contractors Employing Persons with Disabilities.

252.235-7004 Protection of Human Subjects.

1852.231-70 Precontract Costs.

5252.215-9505 EXCLUSIVE TEAMING ARRANGEMENTS WHICH INHIBIT COMPETITION (NAVAIR)

5252.233-9500 PROTEST/APPEAL FILED WITH THE NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVAIR)

3052.205-70 Advertisements, Publicizing Awards, and Releases.

3052.235-70 Dissemination of information - educational institutions.

5152.233-4703 AMC-LEVEL PROTEST PROGRAM

5152.233-5900 AGENCY PROTEST PROGRAM

552.215-73 Notice.

552.232-78 Commercial Supplier Agreements –Unenforceable Clauses.

552.241-70 Availability of Funds for the Next Fiscal Year or Quarter.

552.241-71 Disputes (Utility Contracts).

652.206-70 Advocate for Competition/Ombudsman.

652.243-70 Notices.

752.222-70 USAID disability policy.

752.236-70 Standards for accessibility for the disabled in USAID construction contracts.

952.203-70 Whistleblower protection for contractor employees.

952.233-4 Notice of protest file availability.

952.233-5 Agency protest review.

970.5209-1 Requirement for guarantee of performance.

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