Title 29--LABOR
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money payable by the Commission to, or held by the Commission for, a person to satisfy a debt the person owes to the Government. The term person means a natural person or...


debt by administrative offset, notice of the Commission's intent to offset shall be given to the debtor by certified mail, return receipt requested, at the most current...


terms of repayment. The request to review the disputed debt must be received by the Director of the Financial Management Division within 30 calendar days of the debtor's receipt of...


the repayment of the debt. If the financial position of the debtor does not support the ability to pay in one lump-sum, reasonable installments may be considered. No...


result of the review, it is determined that the debt is due and no written agreement is executed, then administrative offset shall be ordered in accordance with these...


made to the debtor prior to the completion of the procedures required by this subpart, if failure to take the offset would substantially jeopardize the Commission's ability to...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 29, Volume 4] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 29CFR1650.309] [Page 394] TITLE 29--LABOR COMMISSION PART 1650--DEBT COLLECTION--Table of Contents Subpart C--Procedures for Collection of Debts by Administrative Offset Sec. 1650.309 Additional administrative procedures. Nothing contained in this subpart is intended to preclude the use of any other administrative remedy which may be available. ...


administrative wage garnishment. Source: 64 FR 28917, May 28, 1999, unless otherwise noted. The Commission hereby adopts by cross-reference the...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 29, Volume 4] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 29CFR1690.101] [Page 395] TITLE 29--LABOR COMMISSION PART 1690--PROCEDURES ON INTERAGENCY COORDINATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ISSUANCES--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 1690.101 Subject. Procedures on Interagency Coordination of Equal Employment Opportunity Issuances. ...


and consultation shall occur between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other Federal agencies having responsibility for enforcement of Federal...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 29, Volume 4] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 29CFR1690.103] [Page 395] TITLE 29--LABOR COMMISSION PART 1690--PROCEDURES ON INTERAGENCY COORDINATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ISSUANCES--Table of Contents Subpart A--General Sec. 1690.103 Supersession. None. These regulations are the first in a series of instructions issued by EEOC pursuant to its authority under Executive Order 12067. ...


Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's obligation and authority under sections 1-303 and 1-304 of Executive Order 12067 (Providing for Coordination of Federal Equal...


such agencies in the development of uniform standards, guidelines and policies for defining discrimination, uniform procedures for investigations and compliance reviews...


employment opportunity program responsibilities or authority other than equal employment responsibilities for their own Federal employees or applicants for employment....


programs, policies, procedures, authority or other statutory mandates (including coverage of groups of employers, unions, State and local governments or other...


and Guidance Services is responsible for coordinating the consultation and review process with other agencies on any issuances covered by the Order. (b)...


(a) Agencies shall notify the Commission whenever they intend to develop a significant issuance or an issuance affecting other agencies so that potential...


to develop a significant issuance or any issuance requiring consultation, the procedure outlined in these regulations, shall also apply, as set forth in section 1-303 of...


consultation, the EEOC shall determine which other agencies would be affected by the proposed issuance, and the initiating agency shall consult with such agencies....


publication of proposed issuance. (1) If the initiating agency, after consultation with EEOC, proposes to publish the issuance for purposes of receiving comments from the...


of encouraging full interagency discussion of these matters and expediting the coordination process, the EEOC will not discuss the proposed issuances of other agencies at an...


an initiating agency has an issuance which was already under development on or before July 1, 1978, when Executive Order 12067 became effective, and on which there has been...


issuance is of great length or complexity, the EEOC may, at its discretion, grant a temporary waiver of the requirements contained in Sec. 1690.303 or Sec. 1690.304....


mechanism in section 1-307 of the Executive Order should be used only in extraordinary circumstances, and only when further good faith efforts on the part of the EEOC and...


procedures set forth above and in accordance with the objectives set forth in 1-201 and the procedures in 1-303 of the Order, the EEOC shall interpret the meaning...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 29, Volume 4] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 29CFR1690.401] [Page 399] TITLE 29--LABOR COMMISSION PART 1690--PROCEDURES ON INTERAGENCY COORDINATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ISSUANCES--Table of Contents Subpart D--Reporting Requirements Sec. 1690.401 Reporting requirements. The regulations do not establish reporting requirements other than the required notices of proposed rulemaking and formal and informal review. ...


processing and resolving complaints of employment discrimination filed against recipients of Federal financial assistance subject to title VI of the Civil Rights Act of...


employment policies and practices of recipients of Federal financial assistance that may assist each office in carrying out its responsibilities. Such information shall...


the confidentiality requirements of sections 706(b) and 709(e) of title VII as would EEOC, except in cases where the agency receives the same information from a...


hearing or other proceeding, agencies shall consider title VII case law and EEOC Guidelines, 29 CFR parts 1604-1607, unless inapplicable, in determining whether a recipient...


receipt of a complaint of employment discrimination, an agency shall notify the respondent that it has received a complaint of employment discrimination, including the...


with an agency, which is transferred or referred to EEOC under this regulation, shall be deemed a charge received by EEOC. For all purposes under title VII and...


joint complaint should be dismissed, EEOC shall notify the complainant and the recipient of the reason for the dismissal and the effect the dismissal has on the complainant's...


Sec. 1691.7 of this part, the referring agency shall determine within thirty days, what, if any, action the agency intends to take with respect to the complaint and...


a joint complaint, determines that reasonable cause exists to believe that title VII has been violated, EEOC shall advise the referring agency, the complainant and...


cause determination and notice of failure of conciliation under Sec. 1691.9(b)(2) of this regulation, the referring agency shall determine, within thirty days, whether...


negotiated settlement (as described in 29 CFR 1601.20) prior to a determination or a conciliation agreement (as described in 29 CFR 1601.24) after a determination, EEOC shall...


a recipient of Federal financial assistance constitute a pattern or practice of unlawful discrimination or initiating formal administrative enforcement procedures on that...


department or agency which extends Federal financial assistance subject to any civil rights provision(s) to which this regulation applies. (b) Assistant Attorney...




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