(a) Any interinstitutional agreement proposed by the VA Central Office with another federal authority, which is assigned under the authority of economic law, regardless of the value of the dollar. For the VA Central Office, only the DSPE or the delegate can sign an inter-authority agreement. Interinstitutional Agreements – This page contains an archive of Title VI Intergency Delegation Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) which is accessible to the public. These agreements differ in scope and purpose, ranging from the agreement to the approach envisaged, including the transfer of Title VI compliance functions and enforcement tasks from an agency to other federal government authorities. Inter-authority agreements are useful instruments to facilitate better coordination between agencies with common addressees or specific disciplines, and can lead to a more consistent and effective application of Title VI. ** Although the Ministry of Health, Education and Social Welfare no longer exists, the designation agreements and memoranda of understanding are still in force, as the new agencies have adopted the delegation agreements. (b) Any proposed land development agreement with another federal authority, under the control of the Economic Law, provides for a projected expenditure of USD 250,000. A contract agent goes field facility Contracting Officer or a Contracting Officer at the VA National Acquisition Center or the Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center can sign an inter-authority agreement if the dollar threshold is within the limit of the option of the contractual decision. Contract agents or other collaborators must ask the staff of the Acquisition Operations Service for a technical verification of the following documents: Obligations of the Federal Authority in Matters of Civil Rights – More than 28 federal authorities have laws, regulations and/or directives that impose civil law obligations on recipients of federal financial aid from these agencies. Choose an agency below to display the provisions of Title VI and Title IX as well as the program statutes, regulations and/or instructions….