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$ 801.404 Notification of removals.

When an examiner removes the name of a person from an eligibility list he shall notify the person, the appropriate election officials, the Attorney General, and the attorney general of the State of that removal and the reason therefor.

regarding that denial to an examiner for the political subdivision where the denial occurred. The complaint may be either oral or in writing and must be made within 48 hours after the closing of the polls.

Subpart E-Voting Complaint

§ 801.501 Scope.

This subpart prescribes the procedure for filing and processing a complaint under the Act that a person was not permitted to vote.

8 801.503 Processing a complaint.

The examiner to whom a complaint is made shall promptly ascertain whether the complaint is well founded. If the examiner determines the complaint is not well founded he shall notify the person who complained of his determination and take no further action on the complaint. If the examiner determines that the complaint is well founded the examiner shall notify the person and the Attorney General of his determination and of the reason for that determination and furnish the Attorney General with any papers or evidence relating to the complaint.

$ 801.502 Making a complaint.

A person who has been listed on an eligibility list or registered by an appropriate election official and who is eligible to vote but has not been permitted to vote may make a complaint

CHAPTER X-OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND

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Civil rights program requirements of CSA grant

ees; civil rights regulations...
Uniform Federal Standards............
General characteristics of CSA-funded programs...
Character and scope of specific programs
Limited purpose agencies; eligibility, organization

and functions .........
Funding of CSA grantees......
Grantee financial management ....
Grantee personnel management ......
Grantee public affairs ...
Economic Development Programs ........

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Formerly Community Services Administration. For further information see 46 FR 49211, Oct. 6, 1981, and 47 FR 22533, May 25, 1982.

PART 1010-CIVIL RIGHTS PROGRAM

REQUIREMENTS OF CSA GRANTEES; CIVIL RIGHTS REGULATIONS

Subpart A-General

AUTHORITY: Secs. 602, 624, 603, 223 and 244 (8) of The Economic Opportunity Act, of 1964, as amended 78 Stat. 528, 42 U.S.C. 2942; 86 Stat. 696, 42 U.S.C. 2971C; 78 Stat. 530, 42 U.S.C. 2943; 81 Stat. 701, 42 U.S.C. 2837; secs. 602 and 603, Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d-1; 78 Stat. 253, 42 U.S.C. 2000d-2; E.O. 11764, 28 CFR Parts 42 and 50.3.

SOURCE: 44 FR 70145, Dec. 6, 1979, unless otherwise noted.

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Subpart A-General

Subpart B-Discrimination Prohibited 1010.10-1 General. 1010.10-2 Discrimination prohibited-spe

cific discriminatory actions prohibited. 1010.10-3 Discrimination prohibited-em

ployment practices.

Subpart C— Responsibilities of Grantee 1010.20-1 Assurances. 1010.20-2 Required grantee civil rights pro

gram. 1010.20-3 Data and information require

ments.

Subpart D-Conduct of Investigations and

Reviews

1010.30-1 Pre-award compliance reviews. 1010.30-2 Post-award reviews. 1010.30-3 Complaint investigations. 1010.30-4 Back-pay award. 1010.30-5 Complaints filed with State and

local commissions or the U.S. Equal Em

ployment Opportunity Commission. 1010.30-6 Intimidation. 1010.30-7 Adjustment of time limits.

Subpart E–Procedure for Effecting Compliance 1010.40-1 General. 1010.40-2 Termination of or refusal to

grant or to continue financial assistance. 1010.40-3 Hearings. 1010.40-4 Decisions and Notices. 1010.40-5 Judicial review.

8 1010.1-1 Purpose.

The purpose of this part is to effectuate the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq. and Section 624 of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 2971c, to the end that:

(a) No person on the basis of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance from the Community Services Administration (CSA).

(b) No person on the ground of sex be excluded from participation in, be subjected to discrimination under, or be denied employment in connection with any program or activity receiving assistance under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended.

(c) No person with responsibilities in the operation of a program receiving financial assistance under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended will discriminate with respect to any such program because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, or beliefs. § 1010.1-2 Applicability.

(a) This part applies to all grantees and their delegate agencies receiving financial assistance from CSA. This part does not apply to:

(1) Any Federal financial assistance by way of insurance or guaranty contracts;

(2) Any assistance to any individual who is the ultimate beneficiary under any such program.

(b) This part also applies to any program which is funded and adminis

Subpart F-Miscellaneous 1010.50-1 Role of CSA officials. 1010.50-2 Continuing State programs. 1010.50-3 Effect on other regulations,

forms and instructions. 1010.50-4 Supervision and coordination. APPENDIX A-FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

TO WHICH THIS PART APPLIES FUNDING
AUTHORITIES UNDER THE ECONOMIC OP-

PORTUNITY ACT OF 1964, AS AMENDED APPENDIX B-ACTIVITIES TO WHICH THIS

PART APPLIES WHEN A PRIMARY OBJEC-
TIVE OF THE FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSIST-

ANCE IS TO PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT APPENDIX C-APPLICATION OF PART 1010 TO

FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF COM-
MUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

tered by CSA with funds transferred rangements with the grantee, and infrom another Federal agency to CSA. cluding work opportunities and cash

or loan or other assistance to individ$ 1010.1-3 Definitions.

uals), or for the provision of facilities As used in this part

for furnishing services, financial aid or (a) "CSA” means the Community other benefits to individuals. The servServices Administration, and includes ices, financial aid, or other benefits all of its organizational units.

provided under a program receiving (b) "Director" means the Director of Federal financial assistance shall be the Community Services Administra deemed to include any services, finantion.

cial aid, or other benefits provided (c) "Associate Director for Human with the aid of Federal financial asRights” means the CSA official re sistance or with the aid of any nonsponsible for implementing and en Federal funds, property, or other reforcing CSA's Civil Rights program. sources required to be expended or

(d) “Responsible CSA official” with made available for the program to respect to any program receiving Fed meet matching requirements or other eral financial assistance means the Di

conditions whch must be met in order rector or other official of CSA who by to receive the Federal financial assistlaw or by delegation has the principal ance, and to include any services, firesponsibility within CSA for the ad nancial aid, or other benefits provided ministration of the law extending such in or through a facility provided with assistance.

the aid of Federal resources or such (e) "Title VI” means Title VI of the

non-Federal resources. Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C.

(i) “Facility” includes all or any por2000d-2000d-4.

tion of structures, equipment, or other (f) “United States” means the states

real or personal property or interests of the United States, the District of

therein. The provision of facilities inColumbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Is

cludes the construction, expansion, lands, American Samoa, Guam, Wake

renovation, remodeling, alteration or Island, the Cana Zone, and the Terri

acquisition of facilities. tories and possessions of the United

(j) “Grantee" means any state, politStates, and the term “State” means

ical subdivision, instrumentality of any one of the foregoing. (g) "Federal financial assistance" in

any state or political subdivision, any cludes (1) grants, loans, or donation of

public or private agency, institution, Federal funds, (2) the grant or dona

organization, or other entity, or any tion of Federal property and interest

individual, in any state, to whom Fed

eral financial assistance is extended diin property, (3) the detail of Federal personnel, (4) the sale or lease of, or

rectly or through another grantee. the permission to use (on other than a

Such term does not include any ulticasual or transient basis), Federal

mate beneficiary under a federally asproperty or any interest in such prop

sisted program. erty without consideration, at a nomi.

(k) “Grantee Board” means the nal consideration, or at a considera

entity responsible for the administration which is reduced of the purpose

tion of funds received pursuant to the of assisting the grantee, and (5) any

Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as Federal agreement, arrangement, or

amended. other contract which has as one of its

(1) “Applicant" means one who subpurposes, the provision of assistance.

mits an application, request, or plan (h) "Program" includes any pro- required to be approved by CSA or by

required to be approved by gram, project, or activity for the provi. a grantee as a condition of eligibility

for Federal financial assistance. The benefits to individuals (including edu. term "application” means any such apcation or training, health, welfare, re- plication, request or plan. habilitation, housing, or other serv- (m) In complying with the requireices, whether provided through an em- ments of this part, it will be necessary ployee of the grantee or provided by to refer to persons by race, color or naothers through contracts or other ar- tional origin. The following designa

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