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promulgated by that office, provided that the claimant qualifies under section 202(a) of the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended. § 580.6 Claims by corporation in excess
of $10,000. A statement under oath is required from corporations filing claims in excess of $10,000, disclosing the aggregate amount of Federal tax benefits derived by such corporation in any prior tax year or years resulting from any deduction or deductions claimed for the loss or losses with respect to which such claim is filed. Pursuant to the Act, such Federal tax benefits shall be the aggregate of the amounts by which the claimants' taxes for such year or years under chapters 1, 2A, 2B, 2D and 2E of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1939 (53 Stat. 4), or subtitle of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (68A Stat. 4, 26 U.S.C. 1 et seq.) were decreased by reason of such loss or losses. 8 580.7 Procedure for determination of
claims. The procedures set forth under $ 531.5, Subchapter C of this chapter, shall be applicable to claims filed pursuant to Title II of the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended by Public Law 87-846. (30 F.R. 18870, Nov. 2, 1965) 580.8 Hearings.
Hearings procedures as provided for under $ 531.6, Subchapter C of this chapter, shall be applicable to claims under this subchapter.
CHAPTER VI-NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
Part 600 610
Standards of conduct of employees and consultants.
loyalty of applicants for and holders of National Science Foundation
Foundation-effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
PART 600-STANDARDS OF CON SOURCE: The provisions of this part 600 DUCT OF EMPLOYEES AND CON
contained in NSF Circular 54, 31 F.R. 4595,
Mar. 18, 1966, unless otherwise noted. SULTANTS
Subpart A-Employee Conduct, OutSubpart A-Employee Conduct, Outside Activities, and Conflicts of Interest
side Activities, and Conflicts of InSec.
terest 600.735-1 Purpose. 600.735-2 Scope.
$ 600.735–1 Purpose. 600.735-3 Statutory provisions. 600.735-4 Policy.
As required by Executive Order 11222 600.735-5 Conflicts-of-Interest Review of May 8, 1965 and Part 735 of Chapter Panel.
I, Title 5 of the Code of Federal Regula600.735-6 Conflicts-of-Interest Counselor.
tions, this subpart sets forth National 600.735–7 Resolution of possible conflicts
Science Foundation policies and proceof-interest situations. 600.7358 Statements of employment and
dures with respect to employee conduct, financial interests.
certain permissible and prohibited out600.735-9 Employee conduct.
side activities, and possible conflicts-of600.735–10 Presenting grievances to Con interest situations. gress.
$ 600.735–2 Scope. Subpart B- Standards of Conduct for Consultants 600.735-20 Purpose.
The policies and procedures con600.735-21 Scope.
tained in this subpart apply to all NSF 600.735-22 Consultant conduct.
employees. 600.735-23 Statements of employment and financial interests.
$ 600–735–3 Statutory provisions. 600.735–24 Resolution of possible conflictsof-interest situations.
Each employee is responsible for acAppendix.
quainting himself not only with the proAUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 600
visions of this subpart, but also with apissued under E.O. 11222 of May 8, 1965, 30 plicable portions of each Federal statute F.R. 6469, 3 CFR, 1965 Supp.; 5 CFR 735.104. relating to his conduct as an employee of
the regulations in this part. The action (4) All nonclerical employees whose taken may involve, among other things: functions include purchasing and/or (1) Changes in existing duties;
procurement of any sort. (2) Divestment by the employee of his (c) Inclusion and exclusion of posiconflicting interest;
tions. Whenever appropriate, the Direc(3) Appropriate disciplinary action, tor may amend paragraph (b) of this up to and including removal;
section to include additional positions (4) Disqualification for a particular that entail submission of such stateassignment.
ments or may exclude any positions $ 600.735-8 Statements of employment
listed in that paragraph (b) the incluand financial interests.
sion of which is not required by the
general requirement in paragraph (a) (a) General requirement. Statements of this section. Each superviser in the of employment and financial interests
Foundation is responsible for bringing to are required of all Federal employees the attention of the Director (through occupying positions at or above grade 16
appropriate channels) any position or the equivalent, as well as all em which the supervisor believes should be ployees occupying positions which re covered or excluded by this requirement. quire the exercise of judgment mak
(d) Submission of original and suping or recommending a Government
plementary statements. Each employee decision or in taking or recommending
covered by this requirement shall comGovernment action in regard to:
plete the statement and submit it to the (1) Contracting or procurement;
Executive Secretary of the Conflicts-of(2) Administering or monitoring Interest Review Panel within 90 days grants or subsidies;
after the effective date of this part. (3) Regulating or aduiting private or Each new employee shall complete and other non-Federal enterprise; or
submit the statement within 30 days (4) Other activities where the deci
after his entrance on duty or within 90 sion or action has an economic impact on days after the effective date of this part, the interest of a particular non-Federal whichever date is later. All changes in, enterprise.
or additions to, the information con(b) Foundation requirement. In or
tained in each employee's original stateder to fulfill the Foundation's obligations ment must be reported in a supplemenunder the general Government require tary statement submitted by the emment described in paragraph (a) of this ployee at the end of the quarter in which section, it has been determined that a the changes occur. (Quarters end Statement of Employment and Financial March 31, June 30, September 30, and Interests must be completed and sub
December 31.) If there are no changes mitted in accordance with the procedures or additions in a quarter, a negative reset forth in this section by all Foundation port is not required, except that a supemployees occupying positions of grade plementary statement, negative or oth14 or above, with the exception of the erwise, is required from each employee GS-14 and GS-15 positions in the fol as of each June 30. The Executive lowing offices: Office of Program Devel Secretary is responsible for obtaining the opment and Analysis; Budget Office; initial statements from all affected emFinance Office; Management Analysis ployees and the supplementary stateOffice; Personnel Office; as well as by all ments at the end of each fiscal year. employees occupying the positions speci The Personnel Office is responsible for fied below:
Informing each new, affected employee of (1) All employees occupying grade 12
the requirement for him to submit the and above positions in:
statement to the Executive Secretary
within 30 days after his entrance on (1) Contracts Office;
duty. The Executive Secretary is re(ii) Indirect Cost (Rate) Determination Office;
sponsible for maintaining a confidential
file of all statements that are submitted (ill) Internal Audit Office;
and for reviewing all statements for pos(iv) Grants Office;
sible conflicts-of-interest situations in (v) Office Services.
accordance with the provisions of this (2) All attorneys in the Office of the subpart. General Counsel;
(e) Interests of employees' relatives. (3) All nonclerical employees in the For purposes of the statement, the inMohole Project Office;
terests of a spouse, minor child, or any