Procedures: Responsibilities of the intra-departmental committee.
When the Attorney General refers a submission for a reward to the intra-departmental committee, this committee:
(a) Shall consult with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Department of Energy regarding the reward;
(b) May consult with the Central Intelligence Agency and any other departments or agencies it deems appropriate to aid in the determination of whether a reward should be given and the proper amount of the reward;
(c) May hold hearings for the purpose of securing and evaluating information; a full hearing on the record with oral presentation and cross-examination is not required;
(d) Shall determine whether the information submitted fits one or more of the rewardable categories outlined in § 13.6 ;
(e) Shall determine whether the applicant is eligible for the reward. Federal employees and military personnel whose duties include investigating activities covered by this Act are not eligible for a reward for information acquired in the course of their investigation;
(f) Shall submit to the Attorney General a proposed finding as to eligibility and a recommendation for the amount of the reward within 60 days of the date of referral from the Attorney General, unless good cause is shown for extending the time of review.
Title 28 published on 2012-07-01
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