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TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO MONEY AND FINANCE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FISCAL SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—BUREAU OF THE FISCAL SERVICE

PART 256—OBTAINING PAYMENTS FROM THE JUDGMENT FUND AND UNDER PRIVATE RELIEF BILLS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§256.0
What does this part cover?
§256.1
What is Treasury's role in paying awards and settlements from the Judgment Fund?
§256.2
Where can I find more information about, and forms for, Judgment Fund payments?
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Subpart B—REQUESTING PAYMENTS

§256.10
Who may request payment from the Judgment Fund?
§256.11
How do agencies request payments?
§256.12
What supporting documentation must agencies submit to Fiscal Service when requesting a payment from the Judgment Fund?
§256.13
Are agencies required to supply a taxpayer identification number (TIN) when submitting a request for payment?
§256.14
What happens if I submit an incomplete request for payment?
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Subpart C—DEBT COLLECTION

§256.20
How does an agency indicate that a debt is to be offset from a Judgment Fund payment?
§256.21
Are Judgment Fund payments offset to collect administrative debts?
§256.22
How does Fiscal Service set off an award under 31 U.S.C. 3728?
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Subpart D—INTEREST AND LITIGATION COSTS

§256.30
When does the Judgment Fund pay interest?
§256.31
How does Fiscal Service compute interest on payments?
§256.32
What documentation must be submitted to the Judgment Fund Branch to preserve the right to seek interest under 31 U.S.C. 1304(b) in a case where the government has taken an appeal?
§256.33
For what period of time is interest computed under 31 U.S.C. 1304(b)?
§256.34
Does the Judgment Fund pay all litigation costs?
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Subpart E—REIMBURSEMENTS TO THE JUDGMENT FUND

§256.40
When must an agency reimburse the Judgment Fund?
§256.41
When is reimbursement due for CDA and No FEAR payments?
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Subpart F—ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

§256.50
How does Fiscal Service process back pay awards?
§256.51
Does Fiscal Service report Judgment Fund payments to the IRS as income to the payee on IRS Form 1099?
§256.52
How does Fiscal Service issue a payment?
§256.53
How does the submitting agency know when payment is made?
§256.54
What happens if Fiscal Service denies a request for payment?
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Subpart G—PRIVATE RELIEF BILLS

§256.60
How do I get paid for a Private Relief Bill?


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