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Title 10Chapter IPart 4


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER I—NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

PART 4—NONDISCRIMINATION IN FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM THE COMMISSION

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General Provisions

§4.1
Purpose and scope.
§4.2
Subparts.
§4.3
Application of this part.
§4.4
Definitions.
§4.5
Communications and reports.
§4.6
Maintenance of records.
§4.8
Information collection requirements: OMB approval.

Subpart A—REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 AND TITLE IV OF THE ENERGY REORGANIZATION ACT OF 1974

Discrimination Prohibited

§4.11
General prohibition.
§4.12
Specific discriminatory actions prohibited.
§4.13
Employment practices.
§4.14
Medical emergencies.

Assurances Required

§4.21
General requirements.
§4.22
Continuing Federal financial assistance.
§4.24
Assurances from institutions.

Compliance Information

§4.31
Cooperation and assistance.
§4.32
Compliance reports.
§4.33
Access to sources of information.
§4.34
Information to beneficiaries and participants.

Conduct of Investigations

§4.41
Periodic compliance reviews.
§4.42
Complaints.
§4.43
Investigations.
§4.44
Resolution of matters.
§4.45
Intimidatory or retaliatory acts prohibited.

Means of Effecting Compliance

§4.46
Means available.
§4.47
Noncompliance with §4.21.
§4.48
Termination of or refusal to grant or to continue Federal financial assistance.
§4.49
Other means authorized by law.

Opportunity for Hearing

§4.51
Notice of opportunity for hearing.

Hearings and Findings

§4.61
Presiding officer.
§4.62
Right to counsel.
§4.63
Procedures, evidence, and record.
§4.64
Consolidated or joint hearings.

Decision and Notice

§4.71
Initial decision or certification.
§4.72
Exceptions and final decision.
§4.73
Rulings required.
§4.74
Content of orders.
§4.75
Post termination proceedings.

Judicial Review

§4.81
Judicial review.

Effect on Other Regulations; Forms and Instructions

§4.91
Effect on other regulations.
§4.92
Forms and instructions.
§4.93
Supervision and coordination.
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Subpart B—REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973, AS AMENDED

§4.101
Definitions.

Discriminatory Practices

§4.121
General prohibitions against discrimination.
§4.122
General prohibitions against employment discrimination.
§4.123
Reasonable accommodation.
§4.124
Employment criteria.
§4.125
Preemployment inquiries.
§4.126
General requirement concerning accessibility.
§4.127
Existing facilities.
§4.128
New construction.

Enforcement

§4.231
Responsibility of applicants and recipients.
§4.232
Notice.
§4.233
Enforcement procedures.
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Subpart C—REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING THE AGE DISCRIMINATION ACT OF 1975, AS AMENDED

General

§4.301
Purpose and scope.
§4.302
Application of this subpart.
§4.303
Definitions.

Standards for Determining Age Discrimination

§4.311
Rules against age discrimination.
§4.312
Definitions of “normal operation” and “statutory objective”.
§4.313
Exceptions to the rules against age discrimination. Normal operation or statutory objective of any program or activity.
§4.314
Exceptions to the rule against age discrimination. Reasonable factors other than age.
§4.315
Burden of proof.

Duties of NRC Recipients

§4.321
Assurance of compliance.
§4.322
Written notice, technical assistance, and educational materials.
§4.324
Information requirements.

Investigation, Conciliation, and Enforcement Procedures

§4.331
Compliance reviews.
§4.332
Complaints.
§4.333
Mediation.
§4.334
Investigation.
§4.335
Prohibition against intimidation or retaliation.
§4.336
Compliance procedure.
§4.337
Hearings, decisions, post-termination proceedings.
§4.338
Remedial and affirmative action by recipients.
§4.339
Alternate funds disbursal procedure.
§4.340
Exhaustion of administrative remedies.
§4.341
Reports.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—ENFORCEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED BY THE U.S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

§4.501
Purpose.
§4.502
Application.
§4.503
Definitions.
§§4.504-4.509
[Reserved]
§4.510
Self-evaluation.
§4.511
Notice.
§§4.512-4.529
[Reserved]
§4.530
General prohibitions against discrimination.
§§4.531-4.539
[Reserved]
§4.540
Employment.
§§4.541-4.548
[Reserved]
§4.549
Program accessibility: Discrimination prohibited.
§4.550
Program accessibility: Existing facilities.
§4.551
Program accessibility: New construction and alterations.
§§4.552-4.559
[Reserved]
§4.560
Communications.
§§4.561-4.569
[Reserved]
§4.570
Compliance procedures.
§§4.571-4.999
[Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 4—Federal Financial Assistance to Which This Part Applies


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