43 CFR § 4.602 - What definitions apply to this subpart?
As used in this subpart:
Adjudicative officer means the deciding official(s) who presided at the adversary adjudication, or any successor official(s) assigned to decide the application.
Adversary adjudication means any of the following:
(1) An adjudication under 5 U.S.C. 554 in which the position of the Department or other agency is presented by an attorney or other representative who enters an appearance and participates in the proceeding;
(2) An appeal of a decision of a contracting officer made pursuant to section 6 of the Contract Disputes Act of 1978 (41 U.S.C. 605) before the Interior Board of Contract Appeals pursuant to section 8 of that Act (41 U.S.C. 607);
(1) Any individual, corporation, or other entity that directly or indirectly controls or owns a majority of the voting shares or other interest of the applicant; or
(2) Any corporation or other entity of which the applicant directly or indirectly owns or controls a majority of the voting shares or other interest.
Demand means the express demand of the Department or other agency that led to the adversary adjudication, but does not include a recitation by the Department or other agency of the maximum statutory penalty:
(1) In the administrative complaint; or
(2) Elsewhere when accompanied by an express demand for a lesser amount.
Final disposition means the date on which either of the following becomes final and unappealable, both within the Department and to the courts:
(2) Any other complete resolution of the proceeding, such as a settlement or voluntary dismissal.
Other agency means any agency of the United States or the component of the agency that is a party to the adversary adjudication before the Office of Hearings and Appeals, other than the Department of the Interior and its components.
Position of the Department or other agency means:
Proceeding means an adversary adjudication as defined in this section.