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Revised 2015

​Preface

This 2015 reprint of the Public Health Service (PHS) Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (Policy) is available in both printed and electronic formats. The electronic version may be found on the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) website and includes hyperlinks to selected documents referred to in the text.

The 2015 reprint of the PHS Policy reflects the following changes from the 2002 reprint: (1) On January 1, 2012, OLAW adopted the Eighth Edition (), an update of the 1996 Seventh Edition, released by the National Academy of Sciences Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR) in 2011. Institutions with PHS Animal Welfare Assurances implemented the Eighth Edition of the during 2012. (2) On February 26, 2013, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Panel on Euthanasia released the AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals: 2013 Edition (Guidelines). PHS Assured institutions implemented the 2013 AVMA Guidelines during the period from March 1, 2013, to September 1, 2013. (3) The OLAW mail address has been removed and electronic and fax contact information has been provided to facilitate efficient communication and conserve resources. (4) Footnotes 2, 7, 9, 11, and 13 have been modified to require PHS Assured institutions to comply with U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations that are applicable to their programs. (5) A change in format, but not content, was made to PHS Policy IV.B.3. (6) Grammatical corrections were made to reflect current writing standards. 

This reprint includes the Health Research Extension Act of 1985, Public Law 99-158, “Animals in Research” (November 20, 1985), which provides the statutory mandate for the PHS Policy. Also included in this reprint are the U.S. Government Principles for the Utilization and Care of Vertebrate Animals Used in Testing, Research and Training (Principles). The U.S. Principles were promulgated in 1985 by the Interagency Research Animal Committee and adopted by U.S. Government agencies that either develop requirements for or sponsor procedures involving the use of vertebrate animals. The Principles were incorporated into the PHS Policy in 1986 and continue to provide a framework for conducting research in accordance with the Policy.

OLAW, which has responsibility for the general administration and coordination of the Policy, provides specific guidance, instruction, and materials to institutions that must comply with the Policy. For supplemental materials, please contact OLAW at the National Institutes of Health at [email protected] , or visit the OLAW website at slip on sneakers Pink amp; Purple Eytys 7CxoKFWFsd
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Saturday, June 24, 2017 - 11:00am to 8:00pm
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Nothing brings a community together like music. For their inauguralHeritage Music Festival, St. James Winery and Public House Brewing Companyhave put together a lineup of bands that honor the area’s rich folk, country and bluegrass music traditions.

The all-day music festival on Saturday, June 24 is at The Gardens at St. James from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Gardens, located between the brewery and winery (551 State Route B, St. James, Mo. 65559), is a beautifully landscaped outdoor seating area.

Jack Grelle, one of Rolling Stone’s 10 new country artistsyou need to know, is headlining the festival. The other bands performing include:

Ticketsare $5. Children under 5 are free. The ticket provides all-day entry into The Gardens to listen to the bands. Guests will receive a wristband at the gate that allows them to come and go as they please. St. James Winery wine andciderand Public House beerwill be available to purchase, along with made-from-scratch food and wood-fired pizzas.

Part of the proceeds from the festival benefits the Friendship School Foundation, an organization dedicated to engaging and educating the Missouri craft beverage industry and local community on environmental, social, cultural and economic sustainability best practices.

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Gather your friends and family to come relax in our auditorium or outdoorpatio (weather permitting) as we welcome back the Highway 65 Band to theWinery! They'll perform an excellent variety of music ranging from the Eaglesto Neil Young, to the Beatles to the Rolling Stones! We have wine, whiskey,and beer, as well as food trays available. No reservations are required tojoin, just come uncork with live tunes and wine! No outside alcoholicbeverages allowed.

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The Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) recently deemed as permissible the use of the “highest technically rated offerors with a fair and reasonable price” evaluation scheme in order to achieve best value. Sevatec, Inc. et al. , B-413559.3 et al, Jan. 11, 2017. In a preceding case, the Court of Federal Claims opined that a similar evaluation methodology, with no tradeoff of cost and technical factors, complied with FAR 15.101. Octo Consulting Group, Inc. v. United States , 117 Fed Cl. 334 (2014).

Sevatec concerned the Alliant 2 procurement by the General Services Administration (“GSA”), a multiple award, indefinite quantity set of contracts for information technology services. The RFP provided that GSA would select 60 awardees using a “highest technically rated with a fair and reasonable price” evaluation scheme. GSA would first rank all offerors from highest to lowest point scores, verify the scores, then identify the top 60 firms and analyze the pricing of those 60 proposals for fairness and reasonableness. The solicitation stated that any offer that lacked a fair and reasonable price would be eliminated, and there would be no tradeoff between the non-price factors and price.

The protester primarily protested the evaluation scheme, asserting that the scheme violated the Competition in Contracting Act, 41 U.S.C. § 3306(c)(1)(B), which states that “cost or price…must be considered in the evaluation of proposals. The protester stated that a determination that a price is “fair and reasonable” does not constitute a meaningful consideration of price.

The GAO began by pointing to FAR 1.102(d) which states that agencies “may assume if a specific strategy, practice, policy or procedure is in the best interest of the government and is not addressed in the FAR, nor prohibited by law (statute or case law), Executive order or other regulation, that the strategy, practice, policy or procedure is a permissible exercise of authority.” The GAO further noted that besides a tradeoff, FAR 15.101 envisions at least two other source selection processes: “lower price offeror” and a process that results in award to the “highest technically rated offeror.” GAO concluded that there was no basis in the FAR to object to a source selection process that contemplated award to the highest technically rated offerors without using a tradeoff process.

Next, the GAO addressed the need to consider price. GAO noted that in a tradeoff process, the agency cannot so minimize the impact of price as to make it a “nominal evaluation factor.” However, this solicitation involved no comparison of an offeror’s price relative to the benefits of its proposal. GAO concluded that here, the “relatively low importance of price in an evaluation scheme that does not contemplate tradeoffs” was unobjectionable. Further, because the selection process considered the price of every awardee and rejected those firms that lacked fair and reasonable pricing, GSA has satisfied the requirement to consider price to the government.

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