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Title 7Subtitle BChapter VISubchapter FPart 652


TITLE 7—Agriculture

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER F—SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

PART 652—TECHNICAL SERVICE PROVIDER ASSISTANCE

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§652.1
Applicability.
§652.2
Definitions.
§652.3
Administration.
§652.4
Technical service standards.
§652.5
Participant acquisition of technical services.
§652.6
Department delivery of technical services.
§652.7
Quality assurance.
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Subpart B—CERTIFICATION

§652.21
Certification criteria and requirements.
§652.22
Certification process for individuals.
§652.23
Certification process for private-sector entities.
§652.24
Certification process for public agencies.
§652.25
Alternative application process for individual certification.
§652.26
Certification renewal.
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Subpart C—DECERTIFICATION

§652.31
Policy.
§652.32
Causes for decertification.
§652.33
Notice of proposed decertification.
§652.34
Opportunity to contest decertification.
§652.35
Deputy Chief of Programs decision.
§652.36
Appeal of decertification decisions.
§652.37
Period of decertification.
§652.38
Scope of decertification.
§652.39
Mitigating factors.
§652.40
Effect of decertification.
§652.41
Effect of filing deadlines.
§652.42
Recertification.


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