28 CFR 64.2 - Designated officers and employees.

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§ 64.2 Designated officers and employees.
The following categories of federal officers and employees are designated for coverage under section 1114 of title 18 of the U.S. Code:
(a) Judges and special trial judges of the U.S. Tax Court;
(b) Commissioners and employees of the U.S. Parole Commission;
(c) Attorneys of the Department of Justice;
(d) Resettlement specialists and conciliators of the Community Relations Service of the Department of Justice;
(e) Officers and employees of the Bureau of Prisons;
(f) Criminal investigators employed by a U.S. Attorney's Office; and employees of a U.S. Attorney's Office assigned to perform debt collection functions;
(g) U.S. Trustees and Assistant U.S. Trustees; bankruptcy analysts and other officers and employees of the U.S. Trustee System who have contact with creditors and debtors, perform audit functions, or perform other investigative or enforcement functions in administering the bankruptcy laws;
(h) Attorneys and employees assigned to perform or to assist in performing investigative, inspection or audit functions of the Office of Inspector General of an “establishment” or a “designated Federal entity” as those terms are defined by section 11 and 8E, respectively, of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, 5 U.S.C. app. 3 section 11 and 8E, and of the Offices of the Inspector General of the U.S. Government Printing Office, the Merit Systems Protection Board, and the Selective Service System.
(i) Employees of the Department of Agriculture at the State, district or county level assigned to perform loan making, loan servicing or loan collecting function;
(j) Officers and employees of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms assigned to perform or to assist in performing investigative, inspection or law enforcement functions;
(k) Federal air marshals of the Federal Aviation Administration;
(l) Employees of the Bureau of Census employed in field work conducting censuses and surveys;
(m) Employees and members of the U.S. military services and employees of the Department of Defense who:
(1) Are military police officers,
(2) Have been assigned to guard and protect property of the United States, or persons, under the administration and control of a U.S. military service or the Department of Defense, or
(3) Have otherwise been assigned to perform investigative, correction or other law enforcement functions;
(n) The Director, Deputy Director for Supply Reduction, Deputy Director for Demand Reduction, Associate Director for State and Local Affairs, and Chief of Staff of the Office of National Drug Control Policy;
(o) Officers and employees of the Department of Energy authorized to carry firearms in the performance of investigative, inspection, protective or law enforcement functions;
(p) Officers and employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency assigned to perform or to assist in performing investigative, inspection or law enforcement functions;
(q) Biologists and technicians of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service who are participating in sea lamprey control operations;
(r) Uniformed and nonuniformed special police of the General Services Administration; and officers and employees of the General Services Administration assigned to inspect property in the process of its acquisition by or on behalf of the U.S. Government;
(s) Special Agents of the Security Office of the U.S. Information Agency;
(t) Employees of the regional, subregional and resident offices of the National Labor Relations Board assigned to perform investigative and hearing functions or to supervise the performance of such functions; and auditors and Security Specialists of the Division of Administration of the National Labor Relations Board;
(u) Officers and employees of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission:
(1) Assigned to perform or to assist in performing investigative, inspection or law enforcement functions or
(2) Engaged in activities related to the review of license applications and license amendments;
(v) Investigators employed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management;
(w) Attorneys, accountants, investigators and other employees of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission assigned to perform or to assist in performing investigative, inspection or other law enforcement functions;
(x) Employees of the Social Security Administration assigned to Administration field offices, hearing offices and field assessment offices;
(y) Officers and employees of the Tennessee Valley Authority authorized by the Tennessee Valley Authority Board of Directors to carry firearms in the performance of investigative, inspection, protective or law enforcement functions;
(z) Officers and employees of the Federal Aviation Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Research and Special Programs Administration and the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation of the U.S. Department of Transportation who are assigned to perform or assist in performing investigative, inspection or law enforcement functions;
(aa) Federal administrative law judges appointed pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 3105; and
(bb) Employees of the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs of the Department of Labor who adjudicate and administer claims under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act, the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act and its extension, or the Black Lung Benefits Act.
[Order No. 1874-94, 59 FR 25816, May 18, 1994]

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