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(a) For those programs and activities covered by a state process under § 1204.1506 the Administrator, to the extent permitted by law:
(1) Uses the official state process to determine views of state and local elected officials; and;
(2) Communicates with state and local elected officials, through the official state process, as early in a program planning cycle as is reasonably feasible to explain specific plans and actions.
(b) The Administrator provides notice to directly affected state, areawide, regional, and local entities in a state of proposed direct Federal development if:
(1) The state has not adopted a process under the Order; or
(2) The development involves a program or activity not selected for the state process.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 631 - Declaration of policy
§ 631a - Congressional declaration of small business economic policy
§ 631b - Reports to Congress; state of small business
§ 631c - Small Business Manufacturing Task Force
§ 632 - Definitions
§ 633 - Small Business Administration
§ 633a - Detailed justification for proposed changes in budget requests
§ 634 - General powers
§ 634a - Office of Advocacy within Small Business Administration; Chief Counsel for Advocacy
§ 634b - Primary functions of Office of Advocacy
§ 634c - Additional duties of Office of Advocacy
§ 634d - Staff and powers of Office of Advocacy
§ 634e - Assistance of Government agencies
§ 634f - Reports
§ 634g - Budgetary line item and authorization of appropriations
§ 635 - Deposit of moneys; depositaries, custodians, and fiscal agents; contributions to employees’ compensation funds
§ 636 - Additional powers
§ 636a - Repealed. Pub. L. 97–35, title XIX, § 1917, Aug. 13, 1981, 95 Stat. 781
§ 636b - Disaster loan interest rates
§ 636c - Age of applicant for disaster loans
§ 636d - Disaster aid to major sources of employment
§ 636e - Definitions
§ 636f - Coordination of efforts between the Administrator and the Internal Revenue Service to expedite loan processing
§ 636g - Development and implementation of major disaster response plan
§ 636h - Disaster planning responsibilities
§ 636i - Small business bonding threshold
§ 636j - Expedited disaster assistance loan program
§ 636k - Reports on disaster assistance
§ 637 - Additional powers
§ 637a - Repealed. Pub. L. 89–409, § 3(b), May 2, 1966, 80 Stat. 133
§ 637b - Availability of information
§ 637c - Definitions
§ 637d - Subcontracting plan reports
§ 638 - Research and development
§ 638a - GAO study with respect to venture capital operating company, hedge fund, and private equity firm involvement
§ 638b - Reducing vulnerability of SBIR and STTR programs to fraud, waste, and abuse
§ 639 - Reporting requirements and agency cooperation
§ 639a - Review of loan program; submission of estimated needs for additional authorization
§ 640 - Voluntary agreements among small-business concerns
§ 641 - Transfer to Administration of other functions, powers, and duties
§ 642 - Requirements for loans
§ 643 - Fair charge for use of Government-owned property
§ 644 - Awards or contracts
§ 644a - Small Business Procurement Advisory Council
§ 645 - Offenses and penalties
§ 645a - Annual report on suspensions and debarments proposed by Small Business Administration
§ 646 - Liens
§ 647 - Duplication of activities of other Federal departments or agencies
§ 648 - Small business development center program authorization
§ 648a - Repealed. Pub. L. 102–140, title VI, § 609(e), Oct. 28, 1991, 105 Stat. 826
§ 648b - Grants for SBDCs
§ 649 - Office of International Trade
§ 649a - Omitted
§ 649b - Grants, contracts and cooperative agreements for international marketing programs
§ 649c - Authorization of appropriations
§ 649d - Central information clearinghouse
§ 650 - Supervisory and enforcement authority for small business lending companies
§ 6506 - Development assistance
§ 143 - Wright Brothers Day
§ 2455 - Repealed or Transferred
§ 2473b - Repealed. Pub. L. 111–314, § 6, Dec. 18, 2010, 124 Stat. 3444
§ 50901 - Findings and purposes
§ 50902 - Definitions
§ 50903 - General authority
§ 50904 - Restrictions on launches, operations, and reentries
§ 50905 - License applications and requirements
§ 50906 - Experimental permits
§ 50907 - Monitoring activities
§ 50908 - Effective periods, and modifications, suspensions, and revocations, of licenses
§ 50909 - Prohibition, suspension, and end of launches, operation of launch sites and reentry sites, and reentries
§ 50910 - Preemption of scheduled launches or reentries
§ 50911 - Space advertising
§ 50912 - Administrative hearings and judicial review
§ 50913 - Acquiring United States Government property and services
§ 50914 - Liability insurance and financial responsibility requirements
§ 50915 - Paying claims exceeding liability insurance and financial responsibility requirements
§ 50916 - Disclosing information
§ 50917 - Enforcement and penalty
§ 50918 - Consultation
§ 50919 - Relationship to other executive agencies, laws, and international obligations
§ 50920 - User fees
§ 50921 - Office of Commercial Space Transportation
§ 50922 - Regulations
§ 50923 - Report to Congress
104 Stat. 1380
Executive Order ... 12372
Title 14 published on 03-May-2017 03:58
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 14 CFR Part 1204 after this date.
This direct final rule makes nonsubstantive changes to NASA's traffic enforcement regulations to correct citations and to clarify the regulation's scope, policy, responsibilities, procedures, and violation descriptions. The revisions to this rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under E.O. 13563 completed in August 2011.
NASA is amending its regulations by adding a subpart for traffic enforcement regulations, authorities, and procedures at all NASA Centers and component facilities. Changes are being made to align this part with NASA objectives in the protection of its people and property. Establishing a traffic safety program is essential for the protection and security of NASA bases, stations, facilities laboratories and of its aircraft, spacecraft, missiles and similar vehicles and of its real and personal property, including property in the custody of NASA contractors and subcontractors.
NASA is proposing to amend its regulations by adding a subpart to establish traffic enforcement regulations, authorities, and procedures at all NASA Centers and component facilities. The revisions to this rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under EO 13563 completed in August 2011.
This direct final rule makes nonsubstantive changes to correct citations and titles throughout. The revisions to this rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under EO 13563 completed in August 2011. NASA's full plan can be accessed on the Agency's open Government Web site at http://www.nasa.gov/open/.
This direct final rule makes administrative changes to correct organizational information and citations that have changed in a regulation that establishes NASA's small business policy and outlines the delegation of authority to implement this policy, as required by Federal law. The regulation is also being amended to include a reference to NASA's general policy for small business programs and NASA small business subcontracting plan and reporting information. The revisions to this rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under EO 13563 completed in August 2011. NASA's full plan can be accessed at: http://www.nasa.gov/open/.
This direct final rule makes nonsubstantive changes by removing redundant regulatory language that is already captured in statues that govern NASA activities related to delegation of authority of certain civil rights functions, protection of human subjects, and care and use of animals in the conduct of NASA activities. Therefore, NASA regulations will be streamlined to make reference to those statutes.
This document corrects a direct final rule that made nonsubstantive changes by removing a regulation that is obsolete and no longer used. The revisions to the direct final rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under Executive Order (EO) 13563 completed in August 2011. NASA's full plan can be accessed on the Agency's open government Web site at http://www.nasa.gov/open/ .
This direct final rule makes nonsubstantive changes by removing a regulation that is obsolete and no longer used. The revision to this rule are part of NASA's retrospective plan under Executive Order (EO) 13563 completed in August 2011. NASA's full plan can be accessed on the Agency's open government Web site at http://www.nasa.gov/open/ .