(a) Separate agency components of the Department of Labor. Pursuant to 5 CFR 2635.203(a), each of the ten components of the Department listed below is designated as an agency separate from each of the other nine listed components and, for employees of that component, as an agency distinct from the remainder of the Department. However, the components listed below are not deemed to be separate agencies for purposes of applying any provision of 5 CFR part 2635 or this part to employees of the remainder of the Department:
(1) Benefits Review Board;
(2) Employees Compensation Appeals Board;
(3) Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA);
(4) Veterans' Employment and Training Service;
(5) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA);
(9) Employment and Training Administration (ETA); and
(10) Employment Standards Administration (ESA).
(b) Separate agency subcomponents of ESA. Pursuant to 5 CFR 2635.203(a), each of the four subcomponents of the Employment Standards Administration (ESA) listed in this paragraph is designated as an agency separate from each of the other three listed components and, for employees of that subcomponent, as an agency distinct from the remainder of ESA. However, the components listed in this paragraph are not deemed to be separate agencies for purposes of applying any provision of 5 CFR part 2635 or this part to employees of the remainder of ESA:
(1) Wage and Hour Division;
(2) Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs;
(3) Office of Workers Compensation Programs; and
(4) Office of Labor-Management Standards.
(c) Definitions—(1) Remainder of the Department means employees in the Office of the Secretary and any other employee of the Department not in one of the 10 components designated as separate agencies in paragraph (a) of this section.
(2) Remainder of ESA means employees in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards and any other ESA employee not in one of the four subcomponents designated as separate agencies in paragraph (b) of this section.
(d) Applicability of separate agency designations. The designations in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section identify an employee's “agency” for purposes of:
(1) Determining when a person is a prohibited source within the meaning of 5 CFR 2635.203(d) for purposes of applying the regulations at subpart B of 5 CFR part 2635 governing gifts from outside sources;
(2) Determining whether teaching, speaking or writing relates to the employee's official duties within the meaning of 5 CFR 2635.807(a)(2)(i); and
(3) Determining when a person is a prohibited source for purposes of applying the regulations at 5 CFR 2635.808(c) governing fundraising in a personal capacity.
Example 1:An employee of the Mine Safety and Health Administration attends a Saturday football game together with an employee of the Office of the Solicitor. By coincidence, they are seated next to a contract consultant to the Employment and Training Administration. They talk about the game and describe their jobs and personal interests to their new seat-mate. The consultant states that he and his wife will not be able to attend next week's game and would like to give their very expensive tickets to people who will really enjoy them. The MSHA employee may accept the ticket. MSHA is designated as a separate agency under § 5201.102, and the ETA contractor is not a prohibited source of gifts for MSHA employees. The contractor is not regulated by and has no business dealings with MSHA. The Solicitor's Office employee may not accept the gift. The ETA contractor is a prohibited source for Solicitor's Office employees because the Solicitor's Office is a part of the “Remainder of the Department of Labor.” Any source which is prohibited for any component of the Department of Labor is a prohibited source for employees in the “Remainder.”
[61 FR 57284, Nov. 6, 1996, as amended at 68 FR 16398, Apr. 3, 2003]
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