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CHAPTER X||—CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL
AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
Government wide debarment and Suspension (non-
PART 1201 –PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL INFORMATION IN RESPONSE TO COURT ORDERS, SUBPOENAS, NOTICES OF DEPOSITIONS, REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS, INTERROGATORIES, OR IN CONNECTION WITH FEDERAL OR STATE LITIGATION
1201.3 Service of Summonses and complaints.
1201.4 Service Of Subpoenas, court orders, and Other demands or requests for official information Or action.
1201.5 Testimony and production of documents prohibited unless approved by appropriate Corporation officials.
1201.6 Procedure when testimony or production of documents is sought.
1201.7 Procedure when response is required prior to receiving instructions.
1201.8 Procedure in the event of an adverse ruling.
1201.9 Considerations in determining whether the Corporation will comply with a demand Or request.
1201.10 Prohibition on providing expert, or Opinion testimony.
AUTHORITY: 42 USC Sec. 12501 et seq.
SOURCE: 63 F.R. 4598, Jan. 30, 1998, unless Otherwise noted.
§ 1201.1 Definitions.
(a) Corporation Employee means the Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and all employees, former employees, National Civilian Community Corps Members (hereinafter sometimes known as “Corps Members”), and VISTA Volunteers (hereinafter SOmetimeS also known a.S “AmeriCorps*VISTA Members”), who are or were Subject to the Supervision, jurisdiction, or control of the Chief Executive Officer, except as the Corporation may otherwise determine in a particular Case.
(b) Litigation encompasses all pretrial, trial, and post-trial Stages of all judicial or administrative actions, hearings, investigations, or Similar proceedings before courts, CommisSions, boards, or other judicial or quasi-judicial bodies or tribunals, whether criminal, Civil, or administrative in nature.
(C) Official Information means all information of any kind, however Stored, that is in the custody and control of the Corporation, relates to information in the custody and Control Of the COrporation, or was acquired by individuals Connected with the Corporation as part of their official status within the Corporation while Such individuals are employed by, or serve on behalf of, the CorpOration.
§ 1201.2 Scope.
(a) This part States the procedures followed with respect to: (1) Service Of Summonses and Complaint.S or Other requests or demands directed to the Corporation or to any CorpOration employee in Connection with Federal or State litigation arising Out Of, Or involving the performance Of, Official activities Of the Corporation; and (2) Oral Or written disclosure, in reSponse to Subpoenas, Orders, or Other request.S or demands from Federal or by State judicial or quasi-judicial authority, whether civil or criminal, or in response to request.S for depositions, affidavits, admissions, responses to interrogatories, document production, Or Other litigation-related matters of: (i) Any material contained in the files of the Corporation; or (ii) Any information acquired: (A) When the subject of the request is Currently a Corporation employee Or
was a Corporation employee; Or
(B) As part of the performance of the person’s duties or by virtue of the perSon’s position.
§ 1201.3 Service of summonses and complaints.
(a) Only the Corporation’s General Counsel or his/her designee (hereinafter “General COunsel’’), is authorized to receive and accept Summonses or complaints sought to be served upon the COrpOration Or its employees. All Such documents Should be delivered or addressed to General Counsel, Corporation for National and Community Service, 1201 New York Avenue, NW., Suite 8200, Washington, DC 20525.
(b) In the event any summons or complaint is delivered to a Corporation Employee other than in the manner Specified in this part, such attempted