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Title 28Chapter IPart 30

TITLE 28—Judicial Administration



What is the purpose of these regulations?
What definitions apply to these regulations?
What programs and activities of the Department are subject to these regulations?
What are the Attorney General's general responsibilities under the Order?
What is the Attorney General's obligation with respect to Federal interagency coordination?
What procedures apply to the selection of programs and activities under these regulations?
How does the Attorney General communicate with state and local officials concerning the Department's programs and activities?
How does the Attorney General provide an opportunity to comment on proposed Federal financial assistance and direct Federal development?
How does the Attorney General receive and respond to comments?
How does the Attorney General make efforts to accommodate intergovernmental concerns?
What are the Attorney General's obligations in interstate situations?
How may a state simplify, consolidate, or substitute federally required state plans?
May the Attorney General waive any provision of these regulations?

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