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FCC 0.211
Revised as of August 6, 2020
Goto Year:2019 | 2021
  § 0.211   Chairman.

   The responsibility for the general administration of internal affairs
   of the Commission is delegated to the Chairman of the Commission. The
   Chairman will keep the Commission advised concerning his actions taken
   under this delegation of authority. This authority includes:

   (a) Actions of routine character as to which the Chairman may take
   final action.

   (b) Actions of non-routine character which do not involve policy
   determinations. The Chairman may take final action on these matters but
   shall specifically advise the Commission on these actions.

   (c) Actions of an important character or those which involve policy
   determinations. In these matters the Chairman will develop proposals
   for presentation to the Commission.

   (d) To act within the purview of the Federal Tort Claims Act, as
   amended, 28 U.S.C. 2672, upon tort claims directed against the
   Commission where the amount of damages does not exceed $5,000.

   (e) Authority to act as “Head of the Agency” or “Agency Head” for
   administrative determinations required by the Federal Acquisition
   Regulation and Federal Management Circulars.

   (f) Authority to act as “Head of the Agency” or “Agency Head” for all
   administrative determinations pursuant to the Debt Collection
   Improvement Act of 1996, Public Laws 104-134, 110 Stat. 1321, 1358
   (1996) (DCIA).

   [ 28 FR 12402 , Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at  41 FR 49095 , Nov. 8, 1976;
    51 FR 23550 , June 30, 1986;  69 FR 27847 , May 17, 2004;  76 FR 70907 ,
   Nov. 16, 2011]

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Goto Section: 0.204 | 0.212

Goto Year: 2019 | 2021
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