Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 65.djvu/50

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PUBLIC LAW 9—MAR. 23, 1951

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this title are applicable, shall, in such form and detail as the Board may by regulations prescribe, file with the Board, on or before the first day of the fourth calendar month following the close of his fiscal year, a financial statement setting forth such information as the Board may by regulations prescribe as necessary to carry out this title. I n addition to the statement required under the preceding sentence, every such person shall, at such time or times and in such form and detail as the Board may by regulations prescribe, furnish the Board any information, records, or data which are determined by the Board to be necessary to carry out this title. Any person who willfully fails or refuses to furnish any statement, information, records, or data required of him under this subsection, or who knowingly furnishes any such statement, information, records, or data containing information which is false or misleading in any material respect, shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 or imprisonment for not more than one year, or both. (2) AUDIT OF BOOKS AND RECORDS.—For the purpose of this title, the Board shall have the right to audit the books and records of any contractor or subcontractor subject to this title. I n the interest of economy and the avoidance of duplication of inspection and audit, the services of the Bureau of Internal Revenue shall, upon request of the Board and the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, be made available to the extent determined by the Secretary of the Treasury for the purpose of making examinations and audits under this title. (f) MINIMUM AMOUNTS SUBJECT TO RENEGOTIATION.—

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(1) IN GENERAL.—If the aggregate of the amounts received or accrued during a fiscal year (and on or after the applicable effective date specified in section 102(a)) by a contractor or subcontractor, and all persons under control of or controlling or under common control with the contractor or subcontractor, under contracts with the Departments and subcontracts described in section 103 (g)(1) and (2), is not more than $250,000, the receipts or accruals from such contracts and subcontracts shall not, for such fiscal year, be renegotiated under this title. If the aggregate of such amounts received or accrued during the fiscal year under such contracts and subcontracts is more than $250,000, no determination of excessive profits to be eliminated for such year with respect to such contracts and subcontracts shall be in an amount greater than the amount by which such aggregate exceeds $250,000. (2) SUBCONTRACTS DESCRIBED I N SECTION I O 3 (g)

(3).—If the

aggregate of the amounts received or accrued during a fiscal year (and on or after the applicable effective date specified in section 102 (a)) by a subcontractor, and all persons under control of or controlling or under common control with the subcontractor, under subcontracts described in section 103(g)(3) is not more than $25,000, the receipts or accruals from such subcontracts shall not, for such fiscal year, be renegotiated under this title. If the aggregate of such amounts received or accrued during the fiscal year under such subcontracts is more than $25,000, no determination of excessive profits to be eliminated for such year with respect to such subcontracts shall be in an amount greater than the amount by which such aggregate exceeds $25,000. (3) COMPUTATION.—In computing the aggregate of the amounts received or accrued during any fiscal year for the purposes of