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Supergrade emplovers *********..* 683.10(a).
EDITORIAL NOTE: This listing is provided for information purposes only. It is compiled and
Senior employees ............... 683.10(a).
SES employees ....
Supergrade employees ......... 683.10(a).
For auditors, lawyers, 683.12.
grants and contracts of-
ficers and program offi-
For senior employees ...... 683.11.
General Information ............... 683.20.
Gifts, Favors, Loans, Prizes
From foreign governments ..... 683.36(d).
Gifts and favors generally ....... 683.36(a).
Meals or entertainment .......... 683.36(b).
Prizes and awards .................. 683.36(c).
Honoraria on official duty ........ 683.32(a).
Honoraria while not on official 683.32(b).
Misuse of Inside Information
or Government Property
Consulting, lecturing, etc., 683.34(b).
Private use of public property 683.34(d).
Permitted within limits; duty 683.30(a).
Policymaking or administrative 683.30(b).
work for certain organiza-
Presidential appointee ............ 683.30(c).
Participation in NSF-Sup 683.35.
ported Conferences and
Political Activity (Hatch Act):
Candidacy and Cam 683.42(c).
NSF employees ....... 683.40(d)
Presidential ap 683.40(c).
Communication with politi- 683.41(d).
Contributions to political 683.41(b).
Membership in a political 683.41(c).
683.10(b); 683.12. Non-partisan election du 683.42(d).
SUBJECT INDEX TO 45 CFR PARTS 680-684
SUBJECT INDEX TO 45 CFR PARTS 680-684—
Registration and Voting ... 683.41(a).
Signing political petitions . 683.41(e).
Campaigning for political 683.42(c).
Partisan campaigning 683.42(b).
Exceptions .............. 683.42(b) (1), (2)
Exceptions .............. 683.42(a) (1), (2)
influence for political
Proposals and Awards
Current employee restric- 682.10(a)(1), (b),
Negotiator .............. 682.22(d).
Purposes ................ 682.22(g).
tive, current, or recent.
With investigators or oth- 681.21(c).
ers who are personally
Other relationships ......... 681.21(d).
Consolidation of related 681.42(d).
Ot reviewers ............. 681.43(1).
681.21(a); (b) (7).
with interests in NSF
Who is a "pro 681.31(b).
Directorate con 681.41.
flicts of NSF
SUBJECT INDEX TO 45 CFR PARTS 680-684–
6 CER (10194 Edmon)
Program officers (and other 681.20.
Intent to influence ........... 682.12(b).
CHAPTER VII—COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS
Organization and functions of the Commission ......
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights ..........
and former employees ....
PART 701-ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMISSION
Subpart A-Operations and Functions Sec. 701.1 Establishment. 701.2 Responsibilities.
Subpart B-Organization Statement 701.10 Membership of the Commission. 701.11 Commission meetingsduties of the
Chairman. 701.12 Staff Director. 701.13 Staff organization and functions.
AUTHORITY: Secs. 2-8, 97 Stat. 1301-1307 (42 U.S.C. 1975–19758).
SOURCE: 50 FR 16261, Apr. 25, 1985, unless otherwise noted.
Subpart A-Organizations and
Functions 8701.1 Establishment.
The United States Commission on Civil Rights (hereinafter referred to as the "Commission”) is a bipartisan agency of the executive branch of the Government. The predecessor agency to the present Commission was established by the Civil Rights Act of 1957, 71 Stat. 634. This Act was amended by the Civil Rights Act of 1960. 74 Stat. 86: the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 241; by 81 Stat. 582 (1967); by 84 Stat. 1356 (1970); by 86 Stat. 813 (1972); and by the Civil Rights Act of 1978, 92 Stat. 1067. The present Commission was established by the United States Commission on Civil Rights Act of 1983, 97 Stat. 1301. The statutes are codified in 42 U.S.C. 1975 through 1975f. (Hereinafter, the 1983 Act will be referred to as "the Act.”)
equal protection of the laws under the Constitution because of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap or national origin or in the administration of justice;
(3) To appraise the laws and policies of the Federal Government with respect to discrimination or denials of equal protection of the laws under the Constitution because of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin or in the administration of justice;
(4) To serve as a national clearinghouse for information in respect to discrimination or denials of equal protection of the laws because of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin;
(5) To investigate sworn allegations that citizens are being accorded or denied the right to vote in Federal elections as a result of patterns or practices of fraud or discrimination;
(6) To appraise the laws and policies of the Federal Government with respect to denials of equal protection of the laws under the Constitution involving Americans who are of eastern and southern European ethnic groups and report its findings to the Congress.
(b) Under section 5(c) of the Act, the Commission is required to submit reports to the President and to the Congress at such times as the Commission, the Congress or the President shall deem desirable.
(c) In fulfilling these responsibilities the Commission is authorized by Act to hold hearings and to issue subpenas for the production of documents and the attendance of witnesses; to consult with governors, attorneys general, other representatives of State and local governments, and private organizations; and is required to establish an advisory committee in each State. The Act also provides that all Federal agencies shall cooperate fully with the Commission so that it may effectively carry out its functions and duties.
(a) The Commission's authority under section 5 of the Act may be summarized as follows:
(1) To investigate allegations in writing under oath or affirmation that certain citizens of the United States are being deprived of their right to vote and have that vote counted by reason of color, race, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin;
(2) To study and collect information concerning legal developments constituting discrimination or a denial of
Statement 8701.10 Membership of the Commis
sion. (a) The Commission is composed of eight members, not more than four of