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Training School for Boys, and juvenile delinquents sentenced under the Federal Juvenile Delinquency Act; to direct Federal probation officers to submit reports as to parole supervision of committed youth offenders; to limit and define the powers and duties of voluntary supervisory agents and sponsors; to issue warrants for the retaking of parole or

mandatory-release violators, and order the return to custody for further treatment of committed youth offenders; to revoke parole or mandatory release; to re-parole or re-release under supervision; and to discharge committed youth offenders unconditionally at its discretion after one year of parole supervision.

Subpart U—Additional Assignments

of Functions and Designation of Officials to Perform the Duties of Certain Offices in Case of Vacancy, or Absence Therein or in Case of

Inability or Disqualification to Act $ 0.130 Functions common to heads of

organizational units. Subject to the general supervision and direction of the Attorney General, the head of each office, division, bureau, and board within the Department shall:

(a) Direct and supervise the personnel, administration, and operation of the office, division, bureau, or board of which he is in charge.

(b) Under regulations prescribed by the Attorney General with the approval of the Director of the Bureau of the Budget, have authority to reallot funds allotted by the Administrative Assistant Attorney General and to redelegate to persons within his organizational unit authority and responsibility for the reallotment of such funds and control of obligations and expenditures within reallotments.

(c) (Reserved]

(d) Perform such special assignments as may from time to time be made to him by the Attorney General.

(e) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, receive submittals and requests relative to the functions of his organizational unit. [Order No. 271-62, 27 F.R. 5162, June 1, 1962, as amended by Order No. 310–64, 29 F.R. 1645, Feb. 1, 1964; Order No. 381--67, 32 F.R. 9663, July 4, 1967]

$ 0.130a Certificates concerning appli. (b) In case of vacancy in the Office of

cants for admission to practice be- the Deputy Attorney General or the Offore the United States Court of Ap- fice of the Solicitor General, the first peals for the District of Columbia assistant (or his equivalent) in the reCircuit.

spective office, or in his absence, the The head of each office, division, bu

second assistant (or his equivalent), reau or board within the department

shall perform the functions and duties with respect to legal officers and lawyers

of and act as the Deputy Attorney Genunder his jurisdiction, designated to issue

eral or the Solicitor General. the certificates described in the last sen

(c) In case of vacancy in the office of tence of Rule 7(b) of the General Rules an Assistant Attorney General in charge of the United States Court of Appeals

of an office or division in the Department for the District of Columbia Circuit.

of Justice, the first assistant (or his

equivalent), or in his absence, the secThe amendment made by this order shall

ond assistant (or his equivalent), shall be deemed to be a restatement of author

perform the functions and duties of and ity heretofore informally conferred upon

act as Assistant Attorney General in the head of each office, division, bureau,

charge of such office or division. and board and any certificate heretofore issued on the basis thereof is hereby ratified.

$ 0.133 Designating officials to perform (Order No. 329–65, 30 F.R. 485, Jan. 14, 1965)

the functions and duties of certain

offices in case of absence therein or $ 0.131 Designation of Acting United

in case of inability or disqualification States Attorneys.

to act. Each United States Attorney is au

The head of each office, division, buthorized to designate any Assistant

reau, and board within the Department United States Attorney in his office to

is authorized, in case of absence from his perform the functions and duties of the

office or in case of his inability or disUnited States Attorney during his ab

qualification to act, to designate his First sence from office, and to sign all neces

Assistant to act in his stead. In unsary documents and papers as Acting

usual circumstances, or in the absence of United States Attorney while perform

his First Assistant, or in case there is no ing such functions and duties.

office of First Assistant, a person other

than the First Assistant may be so 8 0.132 Designating officials to perform

designated. the functions and duties of certain [Order No. 310–64, 29 F.R. 1644, Feb. 1, 1964)

offices in case of vacancy therein. (a) In case of vacancy in the Office

$ 0.134 Vacancy in the Office of Direcof the Attorney General, the Deputy At

tor, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangertorney General shall, ursuant to sec

ous Drugs. tion 1 of Reorganization Plan No. 4 of 1953, perform the functions and duties

In the event of a vacancy in the Office of and act as Attorney General; and in

of Director, Bureau of Narcotics and case of vacancy in both the Office of Dangerous Drugs, the powers and funcAttorney General and the Office of the

tions of the Director may be exercised, Deputy Attorney General, the Solicitor separately or jointly, by the Associate DiGeneral shall perform the functions and

rectors of the Bureau. duties of and act as Attorney General. [Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968]

Subpart V-Authorizations With Re

spect to Personnel and Certain Ad

ministrative Matters $ 0.135 Deputy Attorney General.

The Deputy Attorney General is authorized to exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General by law to take final action in matters pertaining to the employment, separation, and general administration of attorneys in the Department of Justice and to review any personnel action taken by any officer of the Department of Justice; and to appoint Assistant United States Attorneys and other attorneys to assist United States Attorneys when the public interest so requires, and to fix their salaries. [Order No. 271-62, 27 F.R. 5172, June 1, 1962, as amended by Order No. 275-62, 27 F.R. 6735, July 17, 1962]

in matters pertaining to the employment, direction, and general administration (including appointment, assignment, training, promotion, demotion, compensation, leave, classification, and separation) of personnel, including personnel in wage board positions, in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. All personnel actions taken by the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation under this subsection shall be subject to post-audit and correction by the Assistant Attorney General for Administration and to review by the Deputy Attorney General.

$ 0.136 Assistant Attorney General for

Administration. Except for the authority conferred in $$ 0.137 and 0.138, the Assistant Attorney General for Administration is authorized to exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General by law to take final action on matters pertaining to the employment, separation, and general administration of personnel, except attorneys, in the Department of Justice in Classification Act grades GS-1 through GS-14, and in wage board positions, and to classify positions in the Department under the Classification Act and wage board systems regardless of grade. He shall also have authority to postaudit and correct any personnel actions throughout the Department, and to inspect at any time any personnel operations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Prisons, the Federal Prison Industries, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. (Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968]

$ 0.138 Bureau of Prisons, Federal

Prison Industries, Immigration and
Naturalization Service, and Bureau

of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. The Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, and the Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs are, as to their respective jurisdictions, authorized to exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General by law to take final action in matters pertaining to the employment, direction, and general administration (including appointment, assignment, training, promotion, demotion, compensation, leave, classification, and separation) of personnel, except attorneys, in the Bureau of Prisons, Federal Prison Industries, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, respectively, in Classification Act grades GS-1 through GS-13 and in wage board positions. All personnel actions taken under this section shall be subject to postaudit and correction by the Assistant Attorney General for Administration and to review by the Deputy Attorney General. [Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968] $ 0.139 Procurement matters.

The following shall control as to procurement matters:

(a) Except as to those matters designated by the Assistant Attorney General for Administration, to whom the responsibility for control of expenditures is assigned by $ 0.75, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, and the Director of the

$ 0.137

Federal Bureau of Investigation. Except as to persons in the positions of Associate Director, Assistant to the Director, and Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is authorized to exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General by law to take final action

Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Dangerous Drugs are, as to their respecDrugs are, as to their respective juris- tive jurisdictions, authorized to audit dictions, authorized to exercise the au- vouchers and to maintain general ledger thority vested in the Attorney General accounts with respect to appropriations by law with respect to procurement allotted to them. matters.

(Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968) (b) The Assistant Attorney General for Administration is authorized to post- § 0.142 Per diem and travel allowances. audit and correct any procurement The Director of the Federal Bureau transactions throughout the Depart

of Investigation, the Director of the ment, and to inspect at any time the

Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of procurement operations of the Federal

Federal Prison Industries, the CommisBureau of Investigation, the Bureau of

sioner of Immigration and NaturalizaPrisons, the Federal Prison Industries,

tion, the Director of the Bureau of Narthe Immigration and Naturalization

cotics and Dangerous Drugs, as to their Service, and the Bureau of Narcotics and

respective jurisdictions, and the AssistDangerous Drugs.

ant Attorney General for Administra[Order No. 397-68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968] tion, as to all other organizational units $ 0.140 Authority relating to advertise

of the Department (including U.S. Attorments, and purchase of certain sup- neys and Marshals), are authorized to plies and services.

exercise the power and authority vested The Director of the Federal Bureau of

in the Attorney General by law to take Investigation, the Director of the Bureau

final action in the following-described

matters: of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of

(a) Authorizing travel, subsistence, and

mileage allowances under sections 836 Immigration and Naturalization, the Di

and 837 of title 5 of the United States rector of the Bureau of Narcotics and

Code in accordance with regulations preDangerous Drugs, as to their respective

scribed by the Bureau of the Budget or jurisdictions, and the Assistant Attorney

the Assistant Attorney General for General for Administration, as to all

Administration. other organizational units of the Depart

(b) Fixing rates in accordance with ment (including U.S. Attorneys and

sections 3 and 4 of the Travel Expense Marshals), are authorized to exercise

Act of 1949, as amended (5 U.S.C. 836 the power and authority vested in the

and 837). Attorney General by law take

(c) Authorizing travel advances purfinal action in the following-described

suant to section 838 of title 5 of the matters:

United States Code. (a) Authorizing the publication of ad

(d) Authorizing travel at Government vertisements, notices, or proposals under

expense upon change of headquarters, section 3828 of the Revised Statutes of

including travel of the officer or employee the United States (44 U.S.C. 324).

transferred and transportation of his im(b) Making determinations as to the

mediate family, household goods, and acquisition of articles, materials, or sup

personal effects, under section 1 of the plies in accordance with sections 2 and 3

act of August 2, 1946, 60 Stat. 806 and of the Buy American Act (47 Stat. 1520;

section 7 of the act of August 2, 1946, as 41 U.S.C. 10a, 10b).

amended (5 U.S.C. 73-6-3). (c) Placing orders with other agencies (e) Authorizing or approving, for purof the Government for materials or serv- poses of security, the use of compartices, and accepting orders therefor, in ments or other transportation accommoaccordance with section 686 of title 31 of dations superior to lowest first-class acthe United States Code.

commodations under applicable travel [Order No. 271–62, 27 F.R. 5162, June 1, 1962, regulations subject section 6 of the as amended by Order No. 397-68, 33 F.R. 9817, act of August 2, 1946, 60 Stat. 808. July 9, 1968]

| Order No. 271-62, 27 F.R. 5173, June 1, 1962, $ 0.141 Audit and ledger accounts.

as amended by Order No. 274–62, 27 F.R.

5796, June 20, 1962; Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. The Director of the Federal Bureau of 9817, July 9, 1968] Investigation, the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Immi

$ 0.143 Incentive Awards Plan. gration and Naturalization, and the The Director of the Federal Bureau of Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Investigation, the Director of the Bureau

to,

of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, the Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, as to their respective jurisdictions, and the Assistant Attorney General for Administration, as to all other organizational units of the Department (including U.S. Attorneys and Marshals), are authorized to exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General by law with respect to the administration of the Incentive Awards Plan and to approve honorary awards and cash awards under such plan not in excess of $500. [Order No. 397-68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968] $ 0.144 Determination of basic work

week. The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, the Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, as to their respective jurisdictions, and the Assistant Attorney General for Administration, as to all other organizational units of the Department (including U.S. Attorneys and Marshals), are authorized to exercise the authority vested in the Attorney General by section 6101(b) of Title 5, United States Code, to determine that the organizational unit concerned would be seriously handicapped in carrying out its functions or that costs would be substantially increased except upon modification of the basic work week, and whenever such determination is made to fix the basic work week of officers and employees of the unit concerned. [Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9817, July 9, 1968) $ 0.145 Overtime pay.

The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, the Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, as to their respective jurisdictions, and the Assistant Attorney General for Administration, as to all other organizational units of the Department (including U.S. Attorneys and Marshals), may, subject to any regulations which the Attorney General may prescribe, authorize overtime pay (including

additional compensation in lieu of overtime of not less than 10 percent nor more than 25 percent pursuant to section 5545(c) (2) of Title 5, United States Code, as amended by section 217 of the Postal Revenue and Federal Salary Act of 1967) for such positions as may be designated by them. (Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9818, July 9, 1968] $ 0.146

Seals. The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, the Chairman of the Board of Parole, and the Director of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs shall each hav custody of the seal pertaining to his respective jurisdiction and he, or such person or persons as he may designate, may execute under seal any certification required to authenticate any books, records, papers, or other documents as true copies of official records of their respective jurisdictions. The Assistant Attorney General for Administration shall have custody of the seal of the Department of Justice, and he, or such person or persons as he may designate, may execute under seal any certification required to authenticate any books, records, papers, or other documents as true copies of official records of the Department of Justice. [Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9818, July 9, 1968] $ 0.147 Certification of obligations.

The following-designated officials are authorized to make the certifications required by section 1311(c) of the Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1955 (68 Stat. 831; 31 U.S.C. 200(c)); for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Assistant Director, Administrative Division; for the Bureau of Prisons, the Deputy Assistant Director, Administrative Services; for Federal Prison Industries, the Secretary; for the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Assistant Commissioner, Administrative Division; for the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, the Assistant Director for Administration; and for all other organizational units of the Department (including U.S. Attorneys and Marshals), the Assistant Attorney General for Administration. [Order No. 397–68, 33 F.R. 9818, July 9, 1968]

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