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e-CFR Data is current as of July 23, 2014

Title 5: Administrative Personnel
PART 950—SOLICITATION OF FEDERAL CIVILIAN AND UNIFORMED SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS


Subpart G—DoD Overseas Campaign


Contents
§950.701   DoD overseas campaign.

§950.701   DoD overseas campaign.

(a) A Combined Federal Campaign is authorized for all Department of Defense (DoD) activities in the overseas areas during a 6-week period in the fall. Organizations that may participate in the Overseas Campaign will consist of organizations determined nationally eligible by OPM.

(b) The DoD must select an organization or combination of organizations to serve as PCFO as it deems in the best interests of the overseas campaign.

(c) Federal civilian agencies with overseas personnel may elect to have these employees participate in the DoD campaign or in the National Capital Area campaign.

(d) The overseas campaign Charity List shall not include the All International Organizations Designation Option-IIII.

(e) Family support and youth activities established in overseas locations may be supported from CFC funds.

(f) Undesignated funds contributed in the Overseas Campaign equal to up to 6 percent of the gross campaign contributions will be allocated to the Overseas family support and youth activities. No other funds may be used for this purpose. If the undesignated funds exceed 6 percent of the gross campaign contributions, this excess shall be distributed to all other organizations in the same proportions as designations.

(g) Overseas family support and youth activities shall not be charged any share of campaign costs. All other organizations participating in the Overseas Area CFC will be charged for campaign costs in the same proportion that they received gross campaign receipts, net of that amount of receipts set aside for family support and youth activities.

(h) The overseas campaign Charity List must explain the allocation policy utilized by each of the military services to allocate funds received from the Overseas campaign to their overseas family support and youth activities.

[60 FR 57890, Nov. 24, 1995, as amended at 71 FR 67283, Nov. 20, 2006]



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