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resentatives, and the Office of Man history and that contains his name, or agement and Budget, without receipt the identifying number, symbol, or by the Executive Director of an objec. other identifying particular assigned tion to the proposal, then a notice to the individual, such as a finger or shall be published in the FEDERAL REG- voice print or a photograph. The term ISTER of the proposed establishment or “system of records" means a group of alteration of a system of records. The any records under the control of the notice shall include all of the informa Committee from which information is tion required to be provided by the retrieved by the name of the individuPrivacy Act of 1974, and such other in al or by some identifying number formation as deemed necessary.
symbol, or other identifying particular
assigned to the individual. The term $ 51-8.503 Effective date of new systems
new systems "routine use" means, with respect to of records or alteration of an existing
the disclosure of a record, the use of system of records.
such record for a purpose which is Systems of records proposed to be compatible with the purpose for which established or altered in accordance it was collected. The term "individual” with the provision of the subpart shall means a citizen of the United States or be effective no sooner than 30 days an alien lawfully admitted for permafrom the publication of notice re- nent residence. The term "agency” is quired by $ 51-8.502.
defined in 5 U.S.C. 552(e).
(c) An employee may disclose any Subpart 51-8.6—Exemptions record which is contained in a system [Reserved)
of records, without a written request
by and without the prior written conSubpart 51-8.7—Rules of Conduct for sent of the individual to whom the Disclosure of Information About an
record pertains, if the disclosure would Individual
(1) To those Committee members $ 51-8.701 Committee rules of conduct. and employees of the agency which
maintains the record who have a need (a) Every Committee member and
for the record in the performance of employee who is involved in the
their duties; design, development, operation, or maintenance of a system of records, or
(2) Required under section 552 of
Title 5 U.S.C.; who has access to a system of records, shall familiarize himself with the re
(3) For a routine use as described in quirements of the Privacy Act of 1974 paragraph (b) of this section; (5 U.S.C. 552a) and the Committee
(4) To the Bureau of the Census for regulations and orders issued thereun purposes of planning or carrying out a der and apply these requirements to census or survey or related activity all systems of records.
pursuant to the provisions of Title 13 (b) No Committee member or em- U.S.C.; ployee shall disclose any record which (5) To a recipient who has provided is contained in a system of records by the agency with advance adequate any means of communication to any written assurance that the record will person, or to another agency, except be used solely as a statistical research pursuant to a written request by, or or reporting record, and the record is with the prior written consent of the to be transferred in a form that is not individual to whom the record per individually identifiable; tains, unless the disclosure would be to (6) To the National Archives of the a recipient specified in paragraph (c) United States as a record which has of this section. The term “record” sufficient historical or other value to means any item, collection, or group warrant its continued preservation by ing of information about an individual the United States Government, or for that is maintained by an agency, in evaluation by the Administrator of cluding but not limited to, his educa. General Services or his designee to detion, financial transactions, medical termine whether the record has such history, and criminal or employment value;
(7) To another agency or to an instrumentality of any governmental ju risdiction within or under the control of the United States for a civil or criminal law enforcement activity if the activity is authorized by law, and if the head of the agency or instrumentality has made a written request to the agency which maintains the record specifying the particular portion desired and the law enforcement activity for which the record is sought;
(8) To a person pursuant to a showing of compelling circumstances affecting the health or safety of an indi. vidual if upon such disclosure notification is transmitted to the last known address of such individual;
(9) To either House of Congress, or, to the extent of matter within its jurisdiction, any committee or subcommittee thereof, any joint committee of Congress or subcommittee of any such joint committee;
(10) To the Comptroller General, or any of his authorized representatives, in the course of the performance of the duties of the General Accounting Office; or
(1) Pursuant to the order of a court of competent jurisdiction.
(d) No Committee member or employee shall maintain a record describing how any individual exercises rights guaranteed by the First Amendment unless expressly authorized by statute or by the individual about whom the record is maintained or unless pertinent to and within the scope of an authorized law enforcement activity.
(e) No Committee member or employee shall sell or rent an individual's name and address unless such action is specifically authorized by law.
(f) A Committee member or employ. ee, who by virtue of his employment or official position, has possession of, or access to, agency records which contain individually identifiable information the disclosure of which is prohibited by paragraph a of this section or by any other rules or regulations established under the Privacy Act of 1974, and who (1) knowing that disclosure of the specific material is so prohibited, willfully discloses the material in any manner to any person or agency not entitled to receive it, or (2) willfully maintains a system of records without meeting the notice requirements of the Privacy Act of 1974, or (3) knowingly and willfully requests or obtains any record concerning an individual from any agency under false pretenses, is subject to criminal penalties and administrative sanctions. Any Committee member or employee who (i) makes a determination not to amend an individual's record in accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974, or (ii) refuses to comply with an individual's request to gain access to review, and obtain a copy of any information pertaining to him, or (iii) fails to maintain any record concerning any individual with such accuracy, relevance, timeliness, and completeness as is necessary to assure fairness in any determination relating to the qualifications, character, rights, or opportunities or of benefits to the individual that may be made on the basis of such record, and consequently a determination is made which is adverse to the individual, or (iv) fails to comply with any provision of the Privacy Act of 1974 or any Committee regulation implementing it, subjects the Committee to civil penalties and himself to administrative sanctions.
CHAPTER 60%OFFICE OF FEDERAL CONTRACT COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY,
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Page 294 310 321
...... 60-30 Rules of practice for administrative proceedings
to enforce equal opportunity under Executive
Order 11246 ......... 60-40 Examination and copying of OFCC documents....... 60-50 Guidelines on discrimination because of religion or national origin ........
....... 60-60 Contractor evaluation procedures for contractors
for supplies and services ......... 60-250 Affirmative action obligations of contractors and
subcontractors for disabled veterans and veter
ans of the Vietnam era.......... 60-741 Affirmative action obligations of contractors and
subcontractors for handicapped workers...........
PART 60-1-OBLIGATIONS OF CON
TRACTORS AND SUBCONTRAC-
Subpart A-Preliminary Matters; Equal Opportunity Clause; Compliance Reports
Sec. 60-1.1 Purpose and application. 60-1.2 Administrative responsibility. 60-1.3 Definitions. 60-1.4 Equal opportunity clause. 60-1.5 Exemptions. 60-1.6 (Reserved) 60-1.7 Reports and other required informa
tion. 60-1.8 Segregated facilities. 60-1.9 Compliance by labor unions and by
recruiting and training agencies. 60-1.10 Foreign government practices.
Subpart B-General Enforcement; Compliance
Review and Complaint Procedure
60-1.20 Compliance reviews. 60-1.21 Filing complaints. 60-1.22 Where to file. 60-1.23 Contents of complaint. 60-1.24 Processing of matters. 60-1.25 Assumption of jurisdiction by or
referrals to the Director. 60-1.26 Enforcement proceedings. 60-1.27 Sanctions and penalties. 60-1.28 Show cause notices. 60-1.29 Preaward notices. 60-1.30 Contract ineligibility list. 60-1.31 Reinstatement of ineligible prime
contractors and subcontractors. 60-1.32 Intimidation and interference.
Subpart A-Preliminary Matters;
Equal Opportunity Clause; Compli
ance Reports $ 60-1.1 Purpose and application.
The purpose of the regulations in this part is to achieve the aims of parts II, III, and IV of Executive Order 11246 for the promotion and insuring of equal opportunity for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, employed or seeking employment with Government contractors or with contractors performing under federally assisted construction contracts. The regulations in this part apply to all contracting agencies of the Government and to contractors and subcontractors who perform under Government contracts, to the extent set forth in this part. The regulations in this part also apply to all agencies of the Government administering programs involving Federal financial assistance which may include a construction contract, and to all contractors and subcontractors performing under construction contracts which are related to any such programs. The procedures set forth in the regulations in this part govern all disputes relative to a contractor's compliance with his obligations under the equal opportunity clause regardless of whether or not his contract contains a “Disputes” clause. Failure of a contractor or applicant to comply with any provision of the regulations in this part shall be grounds for the imposition of any or all of the sanctions authorized by the order. The regulations in this part do not apply to any action taken to effect compliance with respect to employment practices subject to title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The rights and remedies of the Government hereunder are not exclusive and do not affect rights and remedies provided elsewhere by law, regulation, or contract; neither do the regulations limit the exercise by the Secretary or Government agencies of powers not herein specifically set forth, but granted to them by the order.
Subpart C—Ancillary Matters 60-1.40 Affirmative action compliance pro
grams. 60-1.41 Solicitations or advertisements for
employees. 60-1.42 Notices to be posted. 60-1.43 Access to records and site of em
ployment. 60-1.44 Rulings and interpretations. 60-1.45 Existing contracts and subcon
tracts. 60-1.46 Delegation of authority by the Di.
rector. 60-1.47 Effective date.
AUTHORITY: Sec. 201, E.O. 11246 (30 FR 12319), as amended by E.O. 12086.
SOURCE: 43 FR 49240, Oct. 20, 1978, unless otherwise noted.
$ 60-1.2 Administrative responsibility. any wholly owned Government corpoThe Director has been delegated au
ration, which enters into contracts.
"Contractor" means, unless otherthority and assigned responsibility for
wise indicated, a prime contractor or carrying out the responsibilities as
subcontractor. signed to the Secretary under the Executive order. All correspondence re
"Director” means the Director, garding the order should be directed
Office of Federal Contract Compliance to the Director, Office of Federal Con
Programs (OFCCP), U.S. Department tract Compliance Programs, Employ
of Labor or any person to whom he ment Standards Administration, U.S.
delegates authority under the regulaDepartment of Labor, 200 Constitu
tions in this chapter. tion Avenue NW., Washington, D.C.
"Equal opportunity clause" means 20210.
the contract provisions set forth in
$ 60-1.4 (a) or (b), as appropriate. $ 60-1.3 Definitions.
"Federally assisted construction con“Administering agency" means any
tract” means any agreement or modifidepartment, agency and establishment
cation thereof between any applicant in the executive branch of the Govern
and a person for construction work ment, including any wholly owned
which is paid for in whole or in part Government corporation, which ad
with funds obtained from the Governministers a program involving federal
ment or borrowed on the credit of the ly assisted construction contracts.
Government pursuant to any Federal “Administrative law judge” means
program involving a grant, contract, an administrative law judge appointed
loan, insurance, or guarantee, or unas provided in 5 U.S.C. 3105 and sub
dertaken pursuant to any Federal propart B of part 930 of title 5 of the gram involving such grant, contract, Code of Federal Regulations (see 37
loan, insurance, or guarantee, or any FR 16787) and qualified to preside at
application or modification thereof aphearings under 5 U.S.C. 557.
proved by the Government for a “Agency” means any contracting or grant, contract, loan, insurance, or any administering agency of the Gov
guarantee under which the applicant ernment.
itself participates in the construction “Applicant” means an applicant for
work. Federal assistance involving a con
“Government” means the governstruction contract, or other partici- ment of the United States of America. pant in a program involving a con “Government contract” means any struction contract as determined by agreement or modification thereof beregulation of an administering agency. tween any contracting agency and any The term also includes such persons person for the furnishing of supplies after they become recipients of such or services or for the use of real or Federal assistance.
personal property, including lease ar"Construction work” means the con rangements. The term “services”, as struction, rehabilitation, alteration, used in this section includes, but is not conversion, extension, demolition or limited to the following services: Utilrepair of buildings, highways, or other ity, construction, transportation, rechanges or improvements to real prop- search, insurance, and fund deposierty, including facilities providing util- tory. The term “Government conity services. The term also includes the tract” does not include (1) agreements supervision, inspection, and other in which the parties stand in the relaonsite functions incidental to the tionship of employer and employee, actual construction.
and (2) federally assisted construction "Contract” means any Government contract or any federally assisted con- “Minority group" as used herein struction contract.
shall include, where appropriate, “Contracting agency" means any de female employees and perspective partment, agency, establishment, or female employees. instrumentality in the executive “Modification” means any alteration branch of the Government, including in the terms and conditions of a con