Unless a tribal-state compact allocates responsibility to an entity other than a tribe:
(a) The licensing authority for class II or class III gaming is a tribal authority.
(b) A tribe shall develop licensing procedures for all employees of a gaming operation. The procedures and standards of part 556 of this chapter and the procedures and standards of this part apply only to primary management officials and key employees.
(c) For primary management officials or key employees, a tribe shall retain applications for employment and reports (if any) of background investigations for inspection by the Chairman or his or her designee for no less than three (3) years from the date of termination of employment.
(d) A right to a hearing under § 558.5 of this part shall vest only upon receipt of a license granted under an ordinance approved by the Chairman.
[58 FR 5814, Jan. 22, 1993, as amended at 58 FR 16494, Mar. 29, 1993]
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