The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 390 - State plans. (a) Scope. The statutes for some programs require States to submit plans before receiving grants. Under regulations implementing Executive Order 12372, "Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs," States are allowed to simplify, consolidate and substitute plans. This section contains additional provisions for plans that are subject to regulations implementing the Executive Order. (b) Requirements. A State need meet only Federal administrative or programmatic requirements for a plan...
Page 571 - Except as provided in paragraphs (a)(2) and (5) of this section, grantees will use only the forms specified in paragraphs (a) through (e) of this section, and such supplementary or other forms as may from time to time be authorized by OMB, for: (1) Submitting financial reports to Federal agencies, or (ii) Requesting advances or reimbursements when letters of credit are not used. (2) Grantees need not apply the forms prescribed in this section in dealing with their subgrantees. However, grantees shall...
Page 292 - The application of the challenged person is prima facie evidence that he has the qualifications that are stated in the application. (b) Rules of evidence are not strictly applied but the hearing officer shall exclude irrelevant or unduly repetitious evidence. (c) Each exhibit of a documentary character shall be submitted to the hearing officer, duly marked, and made a part of the record. An exhibit does not become evidence unless received in evidence by the hearing officer. 801.315 Decision. The...
Page 366 - ... and processed by the head of the agency. (j) The head of the agency shall notify the complainant of the results of the appeal within 60 days of the receipt of the request. If the head of the agency determines that additional information is needed from the complainant, he or she shall have 60 days from the date of receipt of the additional information to make his or her determination on the appeal. (k) The time limits cited in paragraphs (g) and (j) of this section may be extended with the permission...
Page 406 - Subgrants. (a) States. States shall follow state law and procedures when awarding and administering subgrants (whether on a cost reimbursement or fixed amount basis) of financial assistance to local and Indian tribal governments. States shall: (1) Ensure that every subgrant includes any clauses required by Federal statute and executive orders and their implementing regulations; (2) Ensure that subgrantees are aware of requirements imposed upon them by Federal statute and regulation; (3) Ensure that...
Page 511 - USC 4151 through 4157), or section 502 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 USC 792), is not readily accessible to and usable by handicapped persons. (g) Within 180 days of the receipt of a complete complaint for which it has jurisdiction, the agency shall notify the complainant of the results of the investigation in a letter containing — (1) Findings of fact and conclusions of law; (2) A description of a remedy for each violation found; (3) A notice of the right to appeal. (h) Appeals...
Page 233 - Applications and proposals lacking definite plans for involvement of human subjects. Certain types of applications for grants, cooperative agreements, or contracts are submitted to departments or agencies with the knowledge that subjects may be involved within the period of support, but definite plans would not normally be set forth in the application or proposal. These include activities such as institutional type grants when selection of specific projects is the institution's responsibility; research...
Page 489 - If approval is not obtained under paragraph (e)(2)(i) of this section, no amount may be counted for donated land, and only depreciation or use allowances may be counted for donated equipment and buildings. The depreciation or use allowances for this property are not treated as third party in-kind contributions. Instead, they are treated as costs incurred by the grantee or subgrantee. They are computed and allocated (usually as indirect costs) in accordance with the cost principles .specified in 135.22,...
Page 280 - DC 20594. (d) The agency shall accept and investigate all complete complaints for which it has jurisdiction. All complete complaints must be filed within 180 days of the alleged act of discrimination. The agency may extend this time period for good cause. (e) If the agency receives a complaint over which it does not have jurisdiction, it shall promptly notify the complainant and shall make reasonable efforts to refer the complaint to the appropriate government entity. (f) The agency shall notify...
Page 64 - Retention and access requirements for records. (a) Applicability. (1) This section applies to all financial and programmatic records, supporting documents, statistical records, and other records of grantees or subgrantees which are: (1) Required to be maintained by the terms of this Part, program regulations or the grant agreement, or (ii) Otherwise reasonably considered as pertinent to program regulations or the grant agreement. (2) This section does not apply to records maintained by contractors...

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