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officials investigating compliance with the (2) The personnel or application records Act shall be informed.

of each known handicapped employee 2. If you are handicapped, we would like should include (i) the identification of each to include you under the affirmative action promotion for which the handicapped emprogram. It would assist us if you tell us ployee was considered, and (ii) the identifiabout (1) any special methods, skills and cation of each training program for which procedures which qualify you for positions the handicapped employee was considered. that you might not otherwise be able to do (3) In each case where a handicapped embecause of your handicap, so that you will ployee or applicant is rejected for employ. be considered for any positions of that kind, ment, promotion or training, a statement of and (2) the accommodations which we could the reason should be appended to the permake which would enable you to perform sonnel file or application form. This statethe job properly and safely, including spe. ment should include a comparison of the cial equipment, changes in the physical qualifications of the handicapped applicant layout of the job, elimination of certain or employee and the person(s) selected, as duties relating to the job, or other accom well as a description of the accommodations modations.

considered. This statement should be availa

ble to the applicant or employee concerned APPENDIX C

upon request. The following is a set of procedures which (4) Where applicants or employees are secontractors may use to meet the require- lected fur hire, promotion or training and ments of g 60-741.6(b).

the contractor undertakes any accommoda(1) The application or personnel form of tion which makes it possible for him or her each known handicapped applicant should to place a handicapped individual on the be annotated to identify each vacancy for job, the application form or personnel which the applicant was considered, and the record should contain a description of that form should be quickly retrievable for accommodation. review the Department of Labor and the

[43 FR 49276, Oct. 20, 1978; 43 FR 51402, contractor's personnel officials for use in in

Nov. 3, 1978) vestigations and internal compliance activities.



A list of current CFR volumes, a list of superseded CFR volumes, and a list of CFR titles, subtitles, chapters, subchapters and parts are included in the subject index volume to the Code of Federal Regulations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

(As of July 1, 1979)
Title 1-General Provisions



Administrative Committee of the Federal Register (Parts 0-49)
Office of the Federal Register (Parts 50-299)
Administrative Conference of the United States (Parts 300-399)
Miscellaneous Agencies (Part 400-end)

Title 2^[Reserved]
Title 3—The President

Executive Orders
Presidential Documents Other Than Proclamations and Execu-

tive Orders
Executive Office of the President (Parts 100 and 101)


Title 4-Accounts


General Accounting Office (Parts 0-99)
Federal Claims Collection Standards (General Accounting

Office-Department of Justice) (Parts 100-299)
Cost Accounting Standards Board (Parts 300-499)


Title 5–Administrative Personnel

I Office of Personnel Management (Parts 0-1199) II 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 1500-1599) VII Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (Parts

1700-1799) IX Appalachian Regional Commission (Parts 1900-1999)

XI United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home (Parts 2100-2199) XIV Federal Labor Relations Authority and Federal Service Im

passes Panel (Parts 2400-2499)



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