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TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER II—UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 201—RULES OF GENERAL APPLICATION

rule
§201.0
Seal.
§201.1
Applicability of part.

Subpart A—MISCELLANEOUS

§201.2
Definitions.
§201.3
Commission offices, mailing address, and hours.
§201.3a
Missing children information.
§201.4
Performance of functions.
§201.5
Attendance fees and mileage.
§201.6
Confidential business information.
rule

Subpart B—INITIATION AND CONDUCT OF INVESTIGATIONS

§201.7
Investigative authority and initiation of investigations.
§201.8
Filing of documents.
§201.9
Methods employed in obtaining information.
§201.10
Public notices.
§201.11
Appearance in an investigation as a party.
§201.12
Requests.
§201.13
Conduct of nonadjudicative hearings.
§201.14
Computation of time, additional hearings, postponements, continuances, and extensions of time.
§201.15
Attorneys or agents.
§201.16
Service of process and other documents.
rule

Subpart C—AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC PURSUANT TO 5 U.S.C. 552

§201.17
Procedures for requesting access to records.
§201.18
Denial of requests, appeals from denial.
§201.19
Notification regarding requests for confidential business information.
§201.20
Fees.
§201.21
Availability of specific records.
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Subpart D—SAFEGUARDING INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY PURSUANT TO 5 U.S.C. 552A

§201.22
Purpose and scope.
§201.23
Definitions.
§201.24
Procedures for requests pertaining to individual records in a records system.
§201.25
Times, places, and requirements for identification of individuals making requests.
§201.26
Disclosure of requested information to individuals.
§201.27
Special procedures: Medical records.
§201.28
Requests for correction or amendment of records.
§201.29
Commission disclosure of individual records, accounting of record disclosures, and requests for accounting of record disclosures.
§201.30
Commission review of requests for access to records, for correction or amendment to records, and for accounting of record disclosures.
§201.31
Fees and employee conduct.
§201.32
Specific exemptions.
rule

Subpart E—OPENING COMMISSION MEETINGS TO PUBLIC OBSERVATION PURSUANT TO 5 U.S.C. 552B

§201.33
Purpose and scope.
§201.34
Definitions.
§201.35
Notices to the public.
§201.36
Closing a portion or portions of a meeting or a series of meetings.
§201.37
Changing the time, place, subject matter, or determination to open or close a meeting following a public notice.
§201.38
Requests by interested persons that the Commission close a portion of a Commission meeting.
§201.39
General Counsel's certification of Commission action in closing a meeting or a series of meetings.
§201.40
Records-retention requirements.
§201.41
Public inspection and copying of records; applicable fees.
rule

Subpart F—NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION

§201.42
Purpose and scope.
§201.43
Program.
§201.44
Procedures.
rule

Subpart G—ENFORCEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF HANDICAP IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED BY THE U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

§201.101
Purpose.
§201.102
Application.
§201.103
Definitions.
§§201.104-201.109
[Reserved]
§201.110
Self-evaluation.
§201.111
Notice.
§§201.112-201.129
[Reserved]
§201.130
General prohibitions against discrimination.
§§201.131-201.139
[Reserved]
§201.140
Employment.
§§201.141-201.148
[Reserved]
§201.149
Program accessibility: Discrimination prohibited.
§201.150
Program accessibility: Existing facilities.
§201.151
Program accessibility: New construction and alterations.
§§201.152-201.159
[Reserved]
§201.160
Communications.
§§201.161-201.169
[Reserved]
§201.170
Compliance procedures.
§§201.171-201.999
[Reserved]
rule

Subpart H—DEBT COLLECTION

§201.201
Definitions.
§201.202
Purpose and scope of salary and administrative offset rules.
§201.203
Delegation of authority.
§201.204
Salary offset.
§201.205
Salary adjustments.
§201.206
Administrative offset.
§201.207
Administrative offset against amounts payable from Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund
§201.208
Tax refund offset.


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