25 CFR Part 63, Subpart B - Minimum Standards of Character and Suitability for Employment
- § 63.10 — Purpose.
- § 63.11 — What is a determination of suitability for employment and efficiency of service?
- § 63.12 — What are minimum standards of character?
- § 63.13 — What does the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act require of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian tribes or tribal organizations receiving funds under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act or the Tribally Controlled Schools Act?
- § 63.14 — What positions require a background investigation and determination of suitability for employment or retention?
- § 63.15 — What questions should an employer ask?
- § 63.16 — Who conducts the background investigation and prepares the determination of suitability for employment?
- § 63.17 — How does an employer determine suitability for employment and efficiency of service?
- § 63.18 — Are the requirements for Bureau of Indian Affairs adjudication different from the requirements for Indian tribes and tribal organizations?
- § 63.19 — When should an employer deny employment or dismiss an employee?
- § 63.20 — What should an employer do if an individual has been charged with an offense but the charge is pending or no disposition has been made by a court?
- § 63.21 — Are there other factors that may disqualify an applicant, volunteer or employee from placement in a position which involves regular contact with or control over Indian children?
- § 63.22 — Can an employer certify an individual with a prior conviction or substantiated misconduct as suitable for employment?
- § 63.23 — What rights does an applicant, volunteer or employee have during this process?
- § 63.24 — What protections must employers provide to applicants, volunteers and employees?
- §§ 63.25-63.29 — [Reserved]
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01
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