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Schedule may be developed jointly by jointly by GSA and the designated GSA and the designated agency.

agency in order to appraise the con(b) The designated agency shall ac- tinuing effectiveness of the centralized cept responsibility for implementing facility. the determination of the Adminis

(56 FR 33876, July 24, 1991) trator of General Services to establish

centralized reproduction facility, issued in accordance with 101-5.104-7

Subpart 101-5.3-Federal and 101-5.203–7, including the provi- Employee Health Services sions for transfer of excess equipment and other procedures and conditions

AUTHORITY: Chapter 865, 60 Stat. 903; 5 specified in that determination. Nec

U.S.C. 7901. essary deviations from the determina

SOURCE: 30 FR 12883, Oct. 9, 1965, unless tion may be developed jointly by GSA

otherwise noted. and the designated agency. (56 FR 33875, July 24, 1991)

§ 101-5.300 Scope of subpart.

This subpart 101–5.3 states the objec8 101-5.205-3 Actions prior to oper

tive, guiding principles, criteria, and ation of facilities.

general procedures in connection with The following actions are to be taken

the establishment and operation of by an agency designated by GSA to op

Federal employee health services in erate a centralized field reproduction

buildings managed by GSA. facility prior to operations of such a facility:

8 101-5.301 Applicability. (a) The designated agency shall assist

This subpart 101-5.3 is applicable to the appropriate GSA regional office in

all Federal agencies which occupy the determination of firm space needs,

space in or are prospective occupying including any special requirements.

agencies of a building or group of adSpace needs will be furnished by the

joining buildings managed by GSA. GSA regional Administrative Services Division, Printing and Distribution

8 101-5.302 Objective. Branch, before forwarding it to the Public Buildings Service, GSA, for

It is the objective of GSA to provide preparation of final working drawings

or arrange for appropriate health servin the Federal building where the plant

ice programs in all Government-owned is to be located.

and leased buildings, or groups of ad(b) Arrangements shall be made by joining buildings, which it manages the designated agency, in cooperation

where the building population warwith GSA, for the pooling of equipment

rants, where other Federal medical faand the necessary absorption of those

cilities are not available, and, where employees of affected agencies engaged

the number of the occupying agencies in duplicating work, as prescribed in indicating a willingness to participate $ 101-5.203-6.

in such a program on a reimbursable (C) After coordination with the des- basis makes it financially feasible. ignated operating agency to obtain its current price schedule, procedures for

$ 101-5.303 Guiding principles. obtaining service, and billing proce- The following principles will control dures, GSA will announce the avail- the scope of the health services to be ability of the centralized field repro

provided in keeping with the objective: duction facility in the manner pre- (a) Employees who work in groups of scribed in 101-5.204–2.

300 or more, counting employees of all [30 FR 17166, Dec. 31, 1965, as amended at 33

departments or agencies who are schedFR 3228, Feb. 21, 1968; 41 FR 46296, Oct. 20,

uled to be on duty at one time in the 1976; 56 FR 33875, July 24, 1991)

same building or group of buildings in

the same locality will constitute the 8 101-5.205-4 Plant inspections and minimum number of employees recustomer evaluations.

quired to warrant the establishment of Periodic facility inspections and cus- a health service of a scope specified in tomer evaluations will be performed $ 101-5.304.

(b) As an exception to paragraph (a) of this section, health services of the scope specified in $ 101-5.304 may be provided for employees who work in groups of less than 300 where the employing department or agency determines that working conditions involving unusual health risks warrant such provision.

(c) Treatment and medical care in performance-of-duty cases will be provided to employees as set forth in the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (5 U.S.C. 751 et seq.).

(d) Reimbursable costs for providing health services will be based on an operating budget which is a summary of all costs required to operate the health service. The reimbursement cost is prorated to participating agencies by means of a per capital formula computed by dividing the operating budget of the health service by the total number of employees sponsored for service. The size of the Federal population served, the compensation of the employees of the health unit, and other factors of medical economics prevalent in the area are factors which affect the local reimbursement cost. Further, in appropriate cases where more than one health unit is servicing employees housed in the same general locality, costs may be equalized by combining the operating budgets of all such units and dividing the total of the operating budgets by the number of employees sponsored. Special industrial conditions or othe abnormal health or accident risk environments may increase the per capita cost.

where the necessary first treatment is outside the competence of the health service staff and facilites, conveyance of the employee to a nearby physician or suitable community medical facility may be provided at Government expense at the request of, or on behalf of, the employee.

(b) Preemployment examinations of persons selected for appointment.

(c) Such inservice examinations of employees as the participating agency determines to be necessary, such as voluntary employee health maintenance examinations which agencies may request for selected employees. Such examinations may be offered on a limited formula plan to all participating agencies when the resources of the health service staff and facilities will permit. Alternatively, when agencies are required to limit the cost of an occupational health services program, the provision of inservice examinations may be provided to selected employees of individual agencies and reimbursed on an individual basis.

(d) Administration, in the discretion of the responsible health service unit physician, of treatments and medications

(1) Furnished by the employee and prescribed in writing by his personal physician as reasonably necessary to maintain the employee at work, and

(2) Prescribed by a physician providing medical care in performance-ofduty injury or illness cases under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act.

(e) Preventive services within the competence of the professional staff

(1) To appraise and report work environment health hazards as an aid in preventing and controlling health risks;

(2) To provide health education to encourage employees to maintain personal health; and

(3) To provide specific disease screening examinations and immunizations.

(f) In addition, employees may be referred, upon their request, to private physicians, dentists, and other community health resources.

[30 FR 12883, Oct. 9, 1965, as amended at 35 FR 6651, Apr. 25, 1970]

$ 101-5.304 Type

of occupational health services. The type of occupational health services made available to occupying agencies will be as follows:

(a) Emergency diagnosis and first treatment of injury or illness that become necessary during working hours and that are within the competence of the professional staff and facilities of the health service unit, whether or not such injury was sustained by the employee while in the performance of duty or whether or not such illness was caused by his employment. In cases

[30 FR 12883, Oct. 9, 1965, as amended at 35 FR 6651, Apr. 25, 1970]

materials, medicines, etc., which should be stocked; and the approximate cost of personnel staffing in cases where this method of operation is chosen, etc. PHS should also be asked to develop and monitor standards under which each health unit would be operated.

8 101-5.305 Agency participation.

At the time the space requirements for a building or a group of adjoining buildings are developed by GSA, the prospective occupying agencies will be canvassed by GSA to determine if they wish to participate in the occupational health services program. Each agency desiring to participate in the program will be requested to furnish GSA with a written commitment, signed by an authorized official, that it is prepared to reimburse GSA, or such other agency as is designated pursuant to $101– 5.105(b), on a yearly per capita basis for each of its employees housed in the building or buildings covered by the program.

Subparts 101-5.4-101-5.48

[Reserved]

Subpart 101-5.49-Forms, Reports,

and Instructions

8 101-5.4900 Scope of subpart.

This subpart contains forms, reports, and related instructions used in connection with the regulations on centralized services in Federal buildings prescribed in this part 101-5.

(30 FR 4359, Apr. 3, 1965)

PART 101-6-MISCELLANEOUS

REGULATIONS

g 101-5.306 Economic feasibility,

(a) The studies by GSA which lead to the development of space requirements and the determinations made as the result thereof will constitute the feasibility studies and the Administrator's determination contemplated by $ 101-5.104.

(b) Each determination to provide health services will be governed by the principles stated in $101–5.303 and will be in consonance with the general standards and

and guidelines furnished Federal agencies by the Public Health Service of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

Sec. 101-6.000 Scope of part.

Subpart 101-6.1 [Reserved]

Subpart 101-6.2-Nondiscrimination in Pro

grams Receiving Federal Financial Assistance

g 101-5.307 Public Health Service.

(a) The only authorized contact point for assistance of and consultation with the Public Health Service is the Federal Employee Health Programs, Division of Hospitals, Public Health Service, Washington, DC 20201. Other Federal agencies may be designated by the GSA Regional Administrator, pursuant to $ 101–5.105(b) to operate occupational health services. Designated agencies should contact the Public Health Seryice directly on all matters dealing with the establishment and operation of these services.

(b) Public Health Service should be consulted by the designated agency on such matters as types, amounts, and approximate cost of necessary equipment; the scope of the services to be provided if it is affected by the amount of space and number of building occupants; types and amounts of supplies,

101-6.201 Scope of subpart. 101-6.202 Purpose. 101-6.203 Application of subpart. 101-6.204 Discrimination prohibited. 101-6.204-1 General. 101-6.204-2 Specific discriminatory actions

prohibited. 101-6.204-3 Special programs. 101-6.205 Assurances required. 101-6.205-1 General. 101-6.205-2 Continuing State programs. 101-6.205-3 Elementary and secondary

schools. 101-6.205-4 Applicability of assurances. 101-6.206 Illustrative applications. 101-6.207–101-6.208 [Reserved] 101-6.209 Compliance information. 101-6.209-1 Cooperation and assistance. 101-6.209-2 Compliance reports. 101-6.2093 Access to sources of information. 101-6.209 4 Information to beneficiaries and

participants. 101-6.210 Conduct of investigations. 101-6.210_1 Periodic compliance reviews. 101-6.210-2 Complaints. 101-6.210-3 Investigations. 101-6.210-4 Resolution of matters.

Subpart 101-6.6-Fire Protection

(Firesafety) Engineering

101–6.600 Scope of subpart. 101-6.601 Background. 101-6.602 Application. 101-6.603 Definitions. 101-6.604 Requirements. 101-6.605 Responsibility.

Subparts 101-6.7-101-6.9 [Reserved]

Subpart 101-6.10-Federal Advisory

Committee Management

101–6.210-5 Intimidatory or retaliatory acts

prohibited. 101–6.211 Procedure for effecting compli

ance. 101-6.211-1 General. 101-6.211-2 Noncompliance with $ 101-6.205. 101–6.211-3 Termination of or refusal to

grant or to continue Federal financial as

sistance. 101-6.2114 Other means authorized by law. 101–6.212 Hearings. 101-6.212–1 Opportunity for hearing. 101–6.212-2 Time and place of hearing. 101-6.212–3 Right to counsel. 101-6.212-4 Procedures, evidence, and record. 101-6.212–5 Consolidated or joint hearings. 101–6.213 Decisions and notices. 101–6.213_1 Decision by person other than

the responsible GSA official. 101-6.213-2 Decisions on record or review by

the responsible GSA official. 101-6.2133 Decisions on record where

hearing is waived. 101-6.213 4 Rulings required. 101-6.213-5 Approval by Administrator. 101-6.213-6 Content of orders. 101–6.213–7 Post termination proceedings. 101-6.214 Judicial review. 101–6.215 Effect on other regulations; forms

and instructions. 101-6.215–1 Effect on other regulations. 101-6.215-2 Forms and instructions. 101–6.2153 Supervision and coordination. 101-6.216 Definitions. 101-6.217 Laws authorizing Federal financial

assistance for programs to which this subpart applies.

Subpart 101-6.3-Ridesharing

101-6.1001 Scope. 101-6.1002 Policy. 101-6.1003 Definitions. 101-6.1004 Examples of advisory meetings or

groups not covered by the Act or this

subpart. 101-6.1005 Authorities for establishment of

advisory committees. 101-6.1006 (Reserved) 101-6.1007 Agency procedures for establish

ing advisory committees. 101-6.1008 The role of GSA. 101-6.1009 Responsibilities of an agency

head. 101-6.1010 (Reserved] 101-6.1011 Responsibilities of the chair

person of an independent Presidential ad

visory committee. 101-6.1012 [Reserved] 101-6.1013 Charter filing requirements. 101-6.1014 [Reserved] 101-6.1015 Advisory Committee information

which must be published in the FEDERAL

REGISTER. 101-6.1016 [Reserved] 101-6.1017 Responsibilities of the agency

Committee Management Officer. 101-6.1018 [Reserved] 101-6.1019 Duties of the Designated Federal

Officer. 101-6.1020 [Reserved] 101-6.1021 Public participation in advisory

committee meetings. 101-6.1022 (Reserved] 101-6.1023 Procedures for closing an advi

sory committee meeting. 101-6.1024 [Reserved) 101-6.1025 Requirement for maintaining

minutes of advisory Committee meet

ings. 101-6.1026 [Reserved] 101-6.1027 Termination of advisory commit

tees. 101-6.1028 [Reserved] 101-6.1029 Renewal and rechartering of advi

sory committees. 101-6.1030 [Reserved] 101-6.1031 Amendments to advisory commit

tee charters. 101-6.1032 (Reserved)

101-6.300 Federal facility ridesharing-gen

eral policy. 101-6.301 Definitions. 101-6.302 Employee transportation coordina

tors. 101-6.303 Reporting procedures. 101-6.304 Exemptions. 101-6.305 Assistance to agencies.

Subpart 101-6.4-Official Use of Gover

ment Passenger Carriers Between Residence and Place of Employment

101-6.400 Scope and applicability. 101-6.401 Definitions. 101–6.402 Policy. 101-6.403 Agency responsibilities. 101-6.404 Reports. 101-6.405 Additional guidance.

Subpart 101-6.5-Code of Ethics for

Goverment Service

101-6.500 Scope of subpart.

[blocks in formation]

Subpart 101-6.2-Nondiscrimina

tion in Programs Receiving Federal Financial Assistance

AUTHORITY: Sec. 602, 78 Stat. 252; 42 U.S.C. 2000d-1.

SOURCE: 29 FR 16287, Dec. 4, 1964, unless otherwise noted.

101-6.2100 Scope of subpart. 101-6.2101 What is the purpose of these regu

lations? 101-6.2102 What definitions apply to these

regulations? 101–6.2103 What programs and activities of

GSA are subject to these regulations? 101-6.2104 What are the Administrator's

general responsibililties under the Order? 101-6.2105 What is the Administrator's obli

gation with respect to Federal inter

agency coordination? 101-6.2106 What procedures apply to the se

lection of programs and activities under

these regulations? 101-6.2107 How does the Administrator com

municate with State and local officials concerning GSA's programs and activi

ties? 101-6.2108 How does the Administrator pro

vide States an opportunity to comment on proposed Federal financial assistance

and direct Federal development? 101-6.2109 How does the Administrator re

ceive and respond to comments? 101-6.2110 How does the Administrator

make efforts to accommodate intergov

ernmental concerns? 101-6.2111 What are the Administrator's ob

ligations in interstate situations? 101-6.2112 How may a State simplify, con

solidate, or substitute federally required

State plans? 101-6.2113 May the Administrator waive any

provision of these regulations?

8 101-6.201 Scope of subpart.

This subpart provides the regulations of the General Services Administration (GSA) under title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (52 U.S.C. 20000—2000d-4) concerning nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs in connection with which Federal financial assistance is extended under laws administered in whole or in part by GSA.

[38 FR 17973, July 5, 1973]

g 101-6.202 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to effectuate the provisions of title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (hereinafter referred to as the “Act”) to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance from GSA.

Subparts 101-6.22–101-6.48 (Reserved)

Subpart 101-6.49-Illustrations

101-6.4900 Scope of subpart. 101-6.4901 (Reserved] 101-6.4902 Format of certification required

for budget submissions of estimates of obligations in excess of $100,000 for acquisitions of real and related personal property.

§ 101-6.203 Application of subpart.

(a) Subject to paragraph (b) of this section, this subpart applies to any program for which Federal financial assistance is authorized under a law administered in whole or in part by GSA, including the laws listed in g 101– 6.217. It applies to money paid, property transferred, or other Federal financial assistance extended to any such program after the effective date of this subpart pursuant to an application approved prior to such effective

AUTHORITY: Sec. 205(c), 63 Stat. 390 (40 U.S.C. 486(c)); 31 U.S.C. 1344(e)(1).

g 101–6.000 Scope of part.

This part sets forth miscellaneous regulations regarding Federal Property

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