41 CFR 128-1.5003 - Primary authority and responsibility.
(a) The Attorney General of the United States has the primary authority and responsibility for providing direction, leadership, and general supervision in the development and administration of an effective and efficient supply support system for the Department, to include:
(1) The establishment of Department-wide policies, directions, regulations, and procedures satisfying the requirements of law, regulations, and sound management practice; and
(2) The review, evaluation, and improvement of personal property management programs, functions, operations, and procedures throughout the Department.
(b) Pursuant to 28 CFR 0.75 and subject to the general supervision of the Attorney General and the direction of the Deputy Attorney General, the functions described above are assigned to the Assistant Attorney General for Administration as delegations of authority.
Title 41 published on 2013-07-01
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