28 CFR 63.5 - Responsibilities.
(a) The Assistant Attorney General, Land and Natural Resources Division,
(1) Has overall responsibility for ensuring that the Department's responsibilities for complying with the Orders are carried out,
(2) Will ensure that the Water Resources Council, the Council on Environmental Quality, and the Federal Insurance Agency (FIA) are kept informed of the Department's execution of the Orders, as necessary, and
(3) Will determine, and revise on a continuing basis, which components of the Department should take further steps, such as the promulgation of program specific procedures, to comply with the Orders. Considerations for making this selection are whether a component:
(i) Acquires, manages, and disposes of federal lands and facilities;
(ii) Provides federally undertaken, financed or assisted construction and improvements;
(iii) Conducts federal activities and programs affecting land use, including but not limited to water and related land resources planning, regulating, and licensing activities;
(iv) Reviews and approves component procedures for complying with the Orders;
(b) The heads of offices, boards, bureaus and divisions,
(1) Are responsible for preparing program specific guidelines or procedures, where necessary, to comply with the Orders and for updating these procedures, as required,
(2) Will maintain general supervision over any new construction planning within the office, board, bureau, or division to see that the policy considerations and procedural requirements contained herein are followed in the planning process,
(5) Will provide conspicuous notice of past flood damage and potential flood hazard on structures under the component's control and used by the general public, and
(6) If responsible for granting a lease, an easement, or right-of-way, or for disposing of federal property in a floodplain or wetland to nonfederal public or private parties, will, unless otherwise directed by law.
(i) Reference uses in the conveyance that are restricted under identified Federal, State or local floodplain regulations; and
(ii) Attach other appropriate restrictions; or
(iii) Refuse to convey.