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Title 28-Judicial
Administration

(This book contains part 43 to End)

Part 43

CHAPTER 1—Department of Justice (Continued)
CHAPTER III—Federal Prison Industries, Inc., Department of

Justice
CHAPTER V-Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice
CHAPTER VI–Offices of Independent Counsel, Department of

Justice
CHAPTER VII-Office of Independent Counsel

301 500

600 700

70

Part

Page 67 Governmentwide debarment and suspension (non

procurement) and governmentwide requirements
for drug-free workplace (grants)

173 68 Rules of practice and procedure for administrative

hearings before administrative law judges in
cases involving allegations of unlawful employ-
ment of aliens and unfair immigration-related
employment practices ....

192 69 New restrictions on lobbying

216 Uniform administrative requirements for grants

and agreements (including subawards) with insti-
tutions of higher education, hospitals and other
non-profit organizations

227 71 Implementation of the provisions of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986

251 73 Notifications to the Attorney General by agents of foreign governments

268 74 Civil Liberties Act redress provision

270 75

Child Protection Restoration and Penalties En

hancement Act of 1990; record-keeping provisions 282 76 Rules of procedure for assessment of civil penalties

for possession of certain controlled substances 285 77 Communications with represented persons

299 79 Claims under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act ....

305 80 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act opinion procedure 351 81 Child abuse reporting designations and procedures 353 90 Violence against women

354 91 Grants for correctional facilities

368 92 Police Corps eligibility and selection criteria

374 93 Provisions implementing the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 ..........

377 100 Cost recovery regulations, Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994 .....

379 CROSS REFERENCES: Customs Service, Department of the Treasury: See Customs

Duties, 19 CFR chapter I.
Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury: See Internal Revenue, 26

CFR chapter I.
Employees' Benefits: See title 20.
Federal Trade Commission: See Commercial Practices, 16 CFR chapter I.

NOTE: Other regulations issued by the Department of Justice appear in title 4; title 8; title 21; title 45; title 48. SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLICATIONS: The official opinions of the Attorneys General of the

United States. (Op. A. G.) Irregular, 1789; Washington, v. 14, 1852—,

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