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Title 2Subtitle BChapter XIVPart 1401


TITLE 2—Grants and Agreements

Subtitle B—FEDERAL AGENCY REGULATIONS FOR GRANTS AND AGREEMENTS

CHAPTER XIV—DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 1401—REQUIREMENTS FOR DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE)

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Subpart A—PURPOSE AND COVERAGE

§1401.100
What does this part do?
§1401.105
Does this part apply to me?
§1401.110
What policies and procedures must I follow?
§1401.115
Are any of my Federal assistance awards exempt from this part?
§1401.120
Does this part affect the Federal contracts that I receive?
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Subpart F—DEFINITIONS

§1401.205
Award.
§1401.210
Controlled substance.
§1401.215
Conviction.
§1401.220
Cooperative agreement.
§1401.225
Criminal drug statute.
§1401.230
Debarment.
§1401.235
Drug-free workplace.
§1401.240
Employee.
§1401.245
Federal agency or agency.
§1401.250
Grant.
§1401.255
Individual.
§1401.260
Recipient.
§1401.265
State.
§1401.270
Suspension.
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Subpart C—REQUIREMENTS FOR RECIPIENTS OTHER THAN INDIVIDUALS

§1401.300
What must I do to comply with this part?
§1401.305
What must I include in my drug-free workplace statement?
§1401.310
To whom must I distribute my drug-free workplace statement?
§1401.315
What must I include in my drug-free awareness program?
§1401.320
By when must I publish my drug-free workplace statement and establish my drug-free awareness program?
§1401.325
What actions must I take concerning employees who are convicted of drug violations in the workplace?
§1401.330
How and when must I identify workplaces?
§1401.335
Whom in the DOI does a recipient other than an individual notify about a criminal drug conviction?
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Subpart D—REQUIREMENTS FOR RECIPIENTS WHO ARE INDIVIDUALS

§1401.400
What must I do to comply with this part if I am an individual recipient?
§1401.401
Whom in the DOI does a recipient who is an individual notify about a criminal drug conviction?
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Subpart E—RESPONSIBILITIES OF DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AWARDING OFFICIALS

§1401.500
What are my responsibilities as a DOI awarding official?
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Subpart F—VIOLATIONS OF THIS PART AND CONSEQUENCES

§1401.600
How are violations of this part determined for recipients other than individuals?
§1401.605
How are violations of this part determined for recipients who are individuals?
§1401.610
What actions will the Federal Government take against a recipient determined to have violated this part?
§1401.615
Are there any exceptions to those actions?


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