7 CFR Part 1900, Subpart B, Exhibit D to Subpart B of Part 1900 - Hearings/Review Officer Designations

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Exhibit D to Subpart B of Part 1900—Hearings/Review Officer Designations
Hearing/Review Officer Designations
Decisionmaker or decision Hearing officer Review officer
*Decisionmaker for Rural Development Administration or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 (RDA or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354) cases for Regional Office Operations.
**Review officer will be the Regional Director and/or the Director, National Appeals Staff for RDA or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 cases.
County Supervisor National Appeals Staff Hearing Officer State Director and/or Director, National Appeals Staff.
County Committee National Appeals Staff Hearing Officer State Director and/or Director, National Appeals Staff.
*District Director, *State Program Chief, *District Specialist National Appeals Staff Hearing Officer **State Director and/or Director, National Appeals Staff.
*State Director, *Regional Director As appointed by Director, National Appeals Staff Director, National Appeals Staff.
Division Director or Assistant Administrator As appointed by Director, National Appeals Staff Director, National Appeals Staff.
Assistant Administrator As appointed by Director, National Appeals Staff Director, National Appeals Staff.
Deputy or Associate Administrator As appointed by Director, National Appeals Staff Director, National Appeals Staff.
Notes
1. District Director also means Assistant District Director or District Loan Specialist.
2. County Supervisor also means Assistant County Supervisor with loan approval authority.
3. The Director of the National Appeals Staff may designate a staff member to conduct a hearing or review. When the hearing/review is completed, the designee will send the complete case file, hearing notes, tape recordings, and a recommended decision to the Director for a final decision. The Director may, for individual cases, delegate final decision authority to a designee.
4. For decisions not directly covered above, advice should be sought from the Director of the National Appeals Staff.
5. An appellant may elect to have an appeal reviewed by the State Director, or the Director of the National Appeals Staff. The decision of the State Director will be subject to further review by the Director of the National Appeals Staff upon request of the appellant.
[58 FR 4065, Jan. 13, 1993]

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