Upon presentation of a letter of authorization that includes disposition of SF 88 (Report of Medical Examination), SF 93 (Report of Medical History), and address for submission of claim, the following personnel may be furnished requested care as beneficiaries of the Department of Justice. See subpart J on completing and submitting forms for central collection of the cost of care provided.
(a) Federal Bureau of Investigation. Investigative employees of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and applicants for employment as special agents with the FBI may be provided:
(2) Physical examinations and hospitalization when required to determine physical fitness. Use this period of hospitalization for diagnostic purposes only. Do not correct disqualifying defects.
(b) U.S. Marshals. U.S. Marshals may receive physical examinations and hospitalizations when required to determine physical fitness. Use this period of hospitalization for diagnostic purposes only. Do not correct disqualifying defects.
(c) Claimants against the United States. Claimants whose suits or claims against the United States are being defended by the Department of Justice may be furnished physical examinations to determine the extent and nature of the injuries or disabilities being claimed. Hospitalization is authorized for proper conduct of the examination. Upon completion, forward the report of the examination promptly to the U.S. Attorney involved.
Title 32 published on 2012-07-01
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