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regulations in this part have been lost, misapplied, or otherwise diverted from or improperly used or expended for other than the purposes for which they were paid.

(b) The Assistant Secretary may, in his sole discretion, terminate the grant, in whole or in part, if he finds that any of the conditions described in paragraph (a) of this section exist. Such termination shall be effective 30 days after the mailing of a written notice of termination to the applicant. $ 1200.11 Repayment.

In the event that the grant is terminated, any funds that have been paid

to the applicant by the U.S. Travel Service which have not been expended or contracted for upon receipt of the notice of termination shall be repaid to the Assistant Secretary within 30 days of such notice. $ 1200.12 Federal coordination.

The Assistant Secretary may, prior to approving any travel promotional project, take such steps as he deems appropriate, to coordinate such project with other Federal agencies or seek the advice of such committees as may be established for the purpose of reviewing tourist development or promotion plans and programs.

Subtitle (Regulations Relating to Foreign

Trade Agreements

CHAPTER XX-OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR TRADE NEGOTIATIONS

Part
2001 Creation, organization, and functions.
2002 Operation of committees.
2003 Regulations of Trade Information Committee.

Appendix A Administration of the Trade Agreements Program.

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PART 2001—CREATION, ORGANIZATION, AND FUNCTIONS Sec. 2001.0 Scope and purpose. 2001.1 Creation and location. 2001.2 Organization. 2001.3 Functions.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 2001 issued under sec. 401, 76 Stat. 902; 19 U.S.C. 1802. EO. 11075, as amended (Appendix A).

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 2001 appear at 36 F.R. 23620, Dec. 11, 1971, unless otherwise noted. $ 2001.0 Scope and purpose.

This chapter sets out the basic terms of reference of the Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations and the procedures whereby it carries out its general responsibilities under the trade agreements program. One of the primary purposes of this chapter is to inform the public of the unit in the Office known as the Trade Information Committee, whose function is to afford an opportunity to interested parties to present oral and written statements concerning the trade agreements program and related matters. 8 2001.1 Creation and location.

(a) The Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations was

established as an agency in the Executive Office of the President by section 2 of Executive Order No. 11075, amended (Appendix A).

(b) The Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations is located at 1800 G Street NW., Washington, D.C. 20506. $ 2001.2 Organization.

(a) The Office of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations is headed by the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations provided for in section 241 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 878; 19 U.S.C. 1871), who is directly responsible to th President. In addition, the Office consists of two Deputy Special Representatives for Trade Negotiations provided for in section 2 of Executive Order No. 11075, as amended (Appendix A), and a professional staff.

(b) Established by, and under the direction and control of the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations are three interagency committees, the Trade Executive Committee, the Trade Staff Committee, and the Trade Information Committee, provided for in Part 2002 of this chapter. 8 2001.3 Functions.

(a) The Special Representative for Trade Negotiations (1) advises and assists the President in the administration

136 F.R. 23620.

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