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2. Designate any position in the DMA as a -sensitive" position.
b. Authorize, in case of an emergency, the appointment of a person to a sensitive posttion in the DMA for a limited period of time for whom a full field investigation or other appropriate investigation, including the National Agency Check, has not been completed.
c. Authorize the suspension, but not terminate the services, of an employee in the interest of national security in positions within the DMA.
d. Initiate investigations, issue personnel security clearances and, if necessary, in the interest of national security, suspend, revoke, or deny a security clearance for personnel assigned or detailed to, or employed by the DMA. Any action to deny or revoke a security clearance shall be taken in accordance with procedures prescribed in DoD 5200.2-R,3 “DOD Personnel Security Program," January 1987.
7. Act as agent for the collection and payment of employment taxes imposed by chap ter 21 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended; and, as such agent, make all determinations and certifications required or provided for under section 3122 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, and section 205(P)(1) and (2) of the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 405(p)(1) and (2)) and with respect to DMA employees.
8. Authorize and approve overtime work for DMA civilian officers and employees in accordance with 5 U.S.C. chapter 55, subchapter V, and applicable OPM regulations.
9. Authorize and approve:
a. Temporary duty travel for military personnel assigned or detailed to the DMA in accordance with Joint Travel Regulations, Volume 1,4 "Members of Uniformed Services."
b. Travel for DMA civilian officers and employees in accordance with Joint Travel Regulations, Volume 2,5 "DoD Civilian Personnel.”
c. Invitational travel to persons serving without compensation whose consultative, advisory, or other highly specialized technical services are required in a capacity that is directly related to, or in connection with, DMA activities, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 5703.
10. Approve the expenditure of funds available for travel by military personnel assigned or detailed to the DMA for expenses regarding attendance at meetings of tech
nical, scientific, professional, or other similar organizations in such instances where the approval of the Secretary of Defense, or designee, is required by law (37 U.S.C. 412 and 5 U.S.C. 4110 and 4111). This authority cannot be redelegated.
11. Develop, establish, and maintain an active and continuing Records Management Program pursuant to section 506(b) of the Federal Records Act of 1950 (44 U.S.C. 3102).
12. Establish and use imprest funds for making small purchases of material and services, other than personal services, for the DMA, when it is determined more advantageous and consistent with the best interests of the Government, in accordance with DOD Directive 7360.10,6 “Disbursing Policies," January 17, 1989.
13. Authorize the publication of advertisements, notices, or proposals in newspapers, magazines, or other public periodicals as required for the effective administration and operation of the DMA consistent with 44 U.S.C. 3702.
14. Establish and maintain appropriate property accounts for the DMA, and appoint Boards of Survey, approve reports of survey, relieve personal liability, and drop accountability for DMA property contained in the authorized property accounts that has been lost, damaged, stolen, destroyed, or otherwise rendered unserviceable, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
15. Promulgate the necessary security regulations for the protection of property and places under the jurisdiction of the Director, DMA, pursuant to DoD Directive 5200.8,7 “Security of Military Installations and Resources," July 29, 1980.
16. Establish and maintain, for the functions assigned, an appropriate publications system for the promulgation of common supply and service regulations, instructions, and reference documents, and changes thereto, pursuant to the policies and procedures prescribed in DoD 5025.1-M,8 "Department of Defense Directives System Procedures,” April 1981.
17. Enter into support and service agreements with the Military Departments, other DoD components, or other Government Agencies, as required for the effective performance of DMA functions and responsibilities.
18. Exercise the authority delegated to the Secretary of Defense by the Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA) for the disposal of surplus personal property.
19. Enter into and administer contracts, directly or through a Military Department,
3 See footnote 1. to paragraph 3. of this appendix.
*Copies may be obtained from the Government Printing Office, Attention: Superintendent of Documents, Washington, DC 20402.
sSee footnote 4. to paragraph 9.a. of this appendix.
6 See footnote 1. to paragraph 3. of this appendix.
7 See footnote 1. to paragraph 3. of this appendix.
8 See footnote 1. to paragraph 3. of this appendix.
DoD contract administration services component, or other Government Department or Agency, as appropriate, for supplies, equip ment, and services required to accomplish the mission of the DMA. To the extent that any law or Executive order specifically limits the exercise of such authority to persons at the Secretarial level, such authority shall be exercised by the appropriate Under Secretary or Assistant Secretary of Defense.
20. Sell maps, charts, and related products to the public as governed by OMB Circular A-25 and 10 U.S.C. 2794.
21. Authorize the release of classified DoD MC&G products to foreign nationals within DoD disclosure policies.
22. Lease property under the control of the DMA, under terms that will promote the national defense or that will be in the public Interest, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2667.
23. Execute responsibilities of 10 U.S.C. 2795 relating to international agreements.
The Director, DMA, may redelegate these authorities, as appropriate, and in writing, except as otherwise specifically indicated above or as otherwise provided by law or regulation.
These delegations of authority are effective December 6, 1990.
A list of CFR titles, subtitles, chapters, subchapters and parts and an alphabetical list of agencies publishing in the CFR are included in the CFR Index and Finding Aids volume to the Code of Federal Regulations which is published separately and revised annually. Table of CFR Titles and Chapters Alphabetical List of Agencies Appearing in the CFR List of CFR Sections Affected
Table of CFR Titles and Chapters
(Roviood as of June 12, 1994)
Title 1-General Provisions
Administrative Committee of the Federal Register (Parts 1–49)
Title 3-The President
I Executive Office of the President (Parts 100—199)
General Accounting Office (Parts 1–99)
fice Department of Justice) (Parts 100—299)
Title 5-Administrative Personnel
I Office of Personnel Management (Parts 1–1199) O Merit Systems Protection Board (Parts 1200-1299) III Office of Management and Budget (Parts 1300—1399) IV Advisory Committee on Federal Pay (Parts 1400—1499) V The International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board
(Parts 15001599) VI Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (Parts 1600—1699) VII Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (Parts
1700—1799) VIII Office of Special Counsel (Parts 1800—1899)
IX Appalachian Regional Commission (Parts 1900–1999)
XI Armed Forces Retirement Home (Part 2100) XIV Federal Labor Relations Authority, General Counsel of the Fed
eral Labor Relations Authority and Federal Service Impasses
Panel (Parts 2400—2499)