25 CFR 556.6 - Report to the Commission.
(a) When a tribe employs a primary management official or a key employee, the tribe shall maintain a complete application file containing the information listed under § 556.4(a)(1) through (14).
(b) Before issuing a license to a primary management official or to a key employee, a tribe shall:
(1) Create and maintain an investigative report on each background investigation. An investigative report shall include all of the following:
(i) Steps taken in conducting a background investigation;
(ii) Results obtained;
(iii) Conclusions reached; and
(iv) The basis for those conclusions.
(2) Submit a notice of results of the applicant's background investigation to the Commission no later than sixty (60) days after the applicant begins work. The notice of results shall contain:
(i) Applicant's name, date of birth, and social security number;
(ii) Date on which applicant began or will begin work as key employee or primary management official;
(iii) A summary of the information presented in the investigative report, which shall at a minimum include a listing of:
(A) Licenses that have previously been denied;
(B) Gaming licenses that have been revoked, even if subsequently reinstated;
(C) Every known criminal charge brought against the applicant within the last 10 years of the date of application; and
(D) Every felony of which the applicant has been convicted or any ongoing prosecution.
(iv) A copy of the eligibility determination made under § 556.5.
Title 25 published on 2015-11-23.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 25 CFR Part 556.