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SUBTITLE A-DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER A-GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

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HHS's regulations
Testimony by employees and production of docu-

ments in proceedings where the United States is

not a party
Conduct of persons and traffic on the National In-

stitutes of Health Federal enclave
Service of process
Freedom of Information Regulations
[Reserved]
Privacy Act regulations
[Reserved]
Employee inventions
[Reserved]
Use of HHS research facilities by academic sci-

entists, engineers, and students
Disposal and utilization of surplus real property

for public health purposes
Use of Federal real property to assist the homeless
Implementation of the Equal Access to Justice Act

in agency proceedings
Uniform relocation assistance and real property

acquisition for Federal and federally assisted

programs
Procedures of the Departmental Grant Appeals

Board ...........
Release of adverse information to news media
Claims collection
Referral of debt to IRS for tax refund offset.
Tort Claims against the government
Indemnification of HHS Employees
Protection of human subjects
U.S. Exchange Visitor Program-request for waiv-

er of the two-year foreign residence requirement

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73b 74

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Criteria for evaluating comprehensive plan to re

duce reliance on alien physicians
Volunteer services ...
National Practitioner Data Bank for adverse infor-

mation on physicians and other health care prac

titioners
Grant programs administered by the Office of the

Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
Standards of conduct
Standards of conduct: Food and Drug Administra-

tion supplement
Debarment or suspension of former employees
Uniform administrative requirements for awards

and subawards to institutions of higher edu-
cation, hospitals, other nonprofit organizations,
and commercial organizations; and certain
grants and agreements with States, local govern-

ments and Indian tribal governments
Governmentwide debarment and suspension (non-

procurement) and governmentwide requirements

for drug-free workplace (grants)
Remedial actions applicable to letter of credit ad-

ministration
Conditions for waiver of denial of Federal benefits
Program fraud civil remedies
Nondiscrimination under programs receiving Fed-

eral assistance through the Department of
Health and Human Services effectuation of Title

VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 .......
Practice and procedure for hearings under Part 80

of this title
Regulation for the administration and enforce-

ment of sections 799A and 845 of the Public

Health Service Act
Nondiscrimination on the basis of handicap in pro-

grams and activities receiving Federal financial

assistance
Enforcement of nondiscrimination on the basis of

handicap in programs or activities conducted by

the Department of Health and Human Services ... Nondiscrimination on the basis of sex in education

programs and activities receiving or benefiting

from Federal financial assistance
Nondiscrimination on the basis of age in programs

or activities receiving Federal financial assist-
ance

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Nondiscrimination on the basis of age in HHS pro

grams or activities receiving Federal financial
assistance

394 Uniform administrative requirements for grants

and cooperative agreements to State and local
governments

401 93 New restrictions on lobbying

428 94 Responsible prospective contractors

440 95 General administration-grant programs (public assistance and medical assistance)

442 96 Block grants

461 97 Consolidation of grants to the insular areas

516 98 Child care and development fund

517 99 Procedure for hearings for the child care and development fund ......

547 100

Intergovernmental review of Department of Health
and Human Services programs and activities

552 SUBCHAPTER B-REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO HEALTH

CARE ACCESS 140-143 (Reserved] 144 Requirements relating to health insurance coverage

556 145 [Reserved] 146 Requirements for the group health insurace market

561 147 [Reserved] 148 Requirements for the individual health insurance market

602 149 [Reserved] 150 HCFA enforcement in group and individual insurance markets ....

619 151–199 [Reserved]

PART 1- HHS'S REGULATIONS

Miscellaneous: Parts 3, 4, 9, 67. (5 U.S.C. 301) (50 FR 781, Jan. 7, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 28658, July 31, 1987)

Sec. 1.1 Location of HHS regulations. 1.2 Subject matter of Office of the Sec

retary regulations in parts 1–99.

PART 2–TESTIMONY BY EMPLOYEES

AND PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS IN PROCEEDINGS WHERE THE UNITED STATES IS NOT A PARTY

Sec. 2.1 Scope, purpose, and applicability. 2.2 Definitions. 2.3 Policy on presentation of testimony and

production of documents. 2.4 Procedures when voluntary testimony is

requested or when an employee is sub

poenaed. 2.5 Subpoenas duces tecum. 2.6 Certification and authentication of

records.

$ 1.1 Location of HHS regulations.

Regulations for HHS's programs and activities are located in several different titles of the Code of Federal Regulations:

• Regulations having HHS-wide application or which the Office of the Secretary administers are located in Parts 1–99 of Title 45.

• Health regulations are located at Parts 1-399 of Title 42.

• Health care financing regulations are located at Parts 400-499 of Title 42. These include regulations for Medicare and Medicaid.

• Human development services regulations are located at Parts 200-299 and 1300-1399 of Title 45. These include regulations for Head Start, social services, social and nutrition services for older persons, rehabilitative services, developmental disabilities services, Native American programs, and various programs relating to families and children.

• Social Security regulations are located at Parts 400-499 of Title 20.

• Food and Drug regulations are located at Parts 1-1299 of Title 21.

• Procurement (contract) regulations are located at Chapter 3 of Title 41.

Each volume of the Code contains an index of its parts. (5 U.S.C. 301) [44 FR 61598, Oct. 26, 1979, as amended at 48 FR 35099, Aug. 3, 1983]

AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 301, 5 U.S.C. 552.

SOURCE: 52 FR 37146, Oct. 5, 1987, unless otherwise noted.

$ 1.2 Subject matter of Office of the

Secretary regulations in parts 1-99. This subject matter of the regulations in Parts 1-99 of this title includes:

Civil rights/nondiscrimination: Parts 80, 81, 83, 84, 86, 90.

Protection of human subjects: Part 46. Day care requirements: Part 71.

Information, privacy, advisory committees: Parts 5, 5a, 5b, 11, 17, 99.

Personnel: Parts 50, 57, 73, 73a.

Grants and letter of credit administration, property, hearing rights: Parts 10, 12, 15, 16, 74, 75, 77, 95.

Claims: Parts 30, 35.
Inventions and patents: Parts 6, 7, 8.

$ 2.1 Scope, purpose, and applicability.

(a) This part sets forth rules to be followed when a Department of Health and Human Services employee, other than an employee of the Food and Drug Administration, is requested or subpoenaed to provide testimony, in a deposition, trial, or other similar proceeding, concerning information acquired in the course of performing official duties or because of the employee's official capacity. This part also sets forth procedures for the handling of subpoenas duces tecum and other requests for any document in the possession of the Department of Health and Human Services other than the Food and Drug Administration, and to requests for certification of copies of documents. Separate regulations, 21 CFR part 20 and 20 CFR part 401, govern the Food and Drug Administration and requests for certain information maintained by the Social Security Administration, and those regulations are not affected by this part.

(b) It is the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services to provide information, data, and records to

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