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Title 4Chapter ISubchapter B → Part 27

Title 4: Accounts


§27.1   The Board.
§27.2   The Chair, Vice Chair.
§27.3   The General Counsel.

Authority: 31 U.S.C. 753.

Source: 58 FR 61992, Nov. 23, 1993, unless otherwise noted.

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§27.1   The Board.

The Government Accountability Office Personnel Appeals Board, hereinafter the Board, is composed of five members appointed by the Comptroller General, in accordance with the provisions of 31 U.S.C. 751. For purposes of the regulations in this part and 4 CFR part 28, a simple majority of the Board shall constitute a quorum and a majority of a quorum may act for the Board. The Board may designate a panel of its members or an individual Board member to take any action within the scope of the Board's authority, subject to later review by the Board.

[64 FR 15125, Mar. 30, 1999, as amended at 68 FR 69297, Dec. 12, 2003]

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§27.2   The Chair, Vice Chair.

The members of the Board shall select from among its membership a Chairperson, hereinafter the Chair, who shall serve as the chief executive and administrative officer of the Board. The Members of the Board may select from among its membership a Vice Chairperson, hereinafter the Vice Chair, who shall serve in the absence of the Chair and in other matters delegated by the Chair.

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§27.3   The General Counsel.

The Chair shall select an individual and the Comptroller General shall appoint the individual selected by the Chair to serve as the General Counsel of the Board. The General Counsel, at the request of the Board, shall investigate matters under the jurisdiction of the Board, and otherwise assist the Board in carrying out its functions.

[58 FR 61992, Nov. 23, 1993, as amended at 68 FR 69297, Dec. 12, 2003]

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