45 CFR 2554.9 - Who is the Corporation's authority head?

§ 2554.9 Who is the Corporation's authority head?

The Corporation's “authority head” is the Chief Executive Officer or his or her designee. For purposes of this Part, the Corporation's Chief Financial Officer is designated to act on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer.

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