32 CFR Part 284, Appendix A to Part 284 - Overview of Waiver Application Process

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Appendix A to Part 284—Overview of Waiver Application Process
A. Standards for Waiver Determinations
The standards that must be applied in determining whether all or part of a waiver application should be granted or denied are at Appendix B to this part.
B. Submitting a Waiver Application
The DoD Components shall ensure, if applicable, the submission and filing of waiver applications/appeals satisfy the requirements of 5 U.S.C. 552a. The procedures an applicant must follow to submit a waiver application are at Appendix C to this part.
C. Processing A Waiver Application When The Debt Is $1,500 Or Less
The procedures a DoD Component must follow in processing a waiver application when the debt is $1,500 or less are at Appendix D to this part. 1

Footnote(s):
1 Contact the appropriate non-DoD Component for the procedures it follows in processing a waiver application.

D. Processing a Waiver Application When the Debt Is More Than $1,500
The procedures a DoD Component must follow in processing a waiver application when the debt is more than $1,500 are at Appendix E to this part.
E. Appeals
The DoD Components shall ensure, if applicable, the submission and filing of waiver applications/appeals satisfy the requirements of 5 U.S.C. 552 and 552a. The procedures for appealing initial determinations are at Appendix F to this part.
F. Refund of Repaid Debts That Are Subsequently Waived
When a final action waives all or part of a debt that has been repaid, the waiver application shall be interpreted as an application for a refund and the Component concerned shall, to the extent of the waiver, refund the amount repaid.
G. Publication
The Director, DOHA or designee shall make redacted copies of responses to requests for reconsideration available for public inspection and copying at the DOHA's public reading room and on the worldwide web according to 5 U.S.C. 552 and 552a.

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