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TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER D—HUMAN SERVICES

PART 23—INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT

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Subpart A—PURPOSE, DEFINITIONS, AND POLICY

§23.1
Purpose.
§23.2
Definitions.
§23.3
Policy.
§23.4
Information collection.
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Subpart B—NOTICE OF INVOLUNTARY CHILD CUSTODY PROCEEDINGS AND PAYMENT FOR APPOINTED COUNSEL IN STATE COURTS

§23.11
Notice.
§23.12
Designated tribal agent for service of notice.
§23.13
Payment for appointed counsel in involuntary Indian child custody proceedings in state courts.
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Subpart C—GRANTS TO INDIAN TRIBES FOR TITLE II INDIAN CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE PROGRAMS

§23.21
Noncompetitive tribal government grants.
§23.22
Purpose of tribal government grants.
§23.23
Tribal government application contents.
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Subpart D—GRANTS TO OFF-RESERVATION INDIAN ORGANIZATIONS FOR TITLE II INDIAN CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE PROGRAMS

§23.31
Competitive off-reservation grant process.
§23.32
Purpose of off-reservation grants.
§23.33
Competitive off-reservation application contents and application selection criteria.
§23.34
Review and decision on off-reservation applications by Regional Director.
§23.35
Deadline for Central Office action.
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Subpart E—GENERAL AND UNIFORM GRANT ADMINISTRATION PROVISIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

§23.41
Uniform grant administration provisions, requirements and applicability.
§23.42
Technical assistance.
§23.43
Authority for grant approval and execution.
§23.44
Grant administration and monitoring.
§23.45
Subgrants.
§23.46
Financial management, internal and external controls and other assurances.
§23.47
Reports and availability of information to Indians.
§23.48
Matching shares and agreements.
§23.49
Fair and uniform provision of services.
§23.50
Service eligibility.
§23.51
Grant carry-over authority.
§23.52
Grant suspension.
§23.53
Cancellation.
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Subpart F—APPEALS

§23.61
Appeals from decision or action by Agency Superintendent, Regional Director or Grants Officer.
§23.62
Appeals from decision or action by Regional Director under subpart D.
§23.63
Appeals from inaction of official.
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Subpart G—ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

§23.71
Recordkeeping and information availability.
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Subpart H—ASSISTANCE TO STATE COURTS

§23.81
Assistance in identifying witnesses.
§23.82
Assistance in identifying language interpreters.
§23.83
Assistance in locating biological parents of Indian child after termination of adoption.


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