Cfr Title 32 Part 191-399 ; Code Of Federal Regulations(2021)

Cfr Title 32 Part 191-399     ; Code Of Federal Regulations(2021)
Title:
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 32, National Defense, Part 191-399, Revised as of July 1, 2021
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32 CFR, Part 191-399, includes rules, regulations, procedures and administrative procedures associated with National Defense, Department of Defense, Code Of Federal Regulations, (2021).

Table of Contents

Subchapter M Miscellaneous 191 – 284

Part 191 The Dod Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program 191.1 – 191.10

Part 192 Equal Opportunity in Off-Base Housing 192.1 – 192.6

Part 193 Highways for National Defense 193.1 – 193.4

Part 194 [Reserved]

Part 195 Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the Department of Defense - Effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 195.1 – 195.14

Part 196 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance 196.100 – 196.605

Part 197 Historical Research in the Files of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) 197.1 – 197.6

Part 199 Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) 199.1 – 199.26

Part 200 Civil Money Penalty Authorities for the TRICARE Program 200.100 – 200.2023

Part 202 Restoration Advisory Boards 202.1 – 202.14

Part 203 Technical Assistance for Public Participation (TAPP) in Defense Environmental Restoration Activities 203.1 – 203.19

Part 207 [Reserved]

Part 208 National Security Education Program (NSEP) and NSEP Service Agreement 208.1 – 208.6

Part 209 [Reserved]

Part 210 Enforcement of State Traffic Laws on Dod Installations 210.1 – 210.4

Part 211 Mission Compatibility Evaluation Process 211.1 – 211.12

Part 212 Procedures and Support for Non-Federal Entities Authorized to Operate on Department of Defense (DoD) Installations 212.1 – 212.6

Part 213 Support for Non-Federal Entities Authorized to Operate on Dod Installations 213.1 – 213.5

Part 216 Military Recruiting and Reserve Officer Training Corps Program Access to Institutions of Higher Education 216.1 – 216.6

Part 218 Guidance for the Determination and Reporting of Nuclear Radiation Dose for Dod Participants in the Atmospheric Nuclear Test Program (1945-1962) 218.1 – 218.4

Part 219 Protection of Human Subjects 219.101 – 219.124

Part 220 Collection from Third Party Payers of Reasonable Charges for Healthcare Services 220.1 – 220.14

Part 221 Dod Identity Management221.1 – 221.6

Part 222 Dod Mandatory Declassification Review (MDR) Program 222.1 – 222.5

Part 223 Dod Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI) 223.1 – 223.7

Part 225 Commissary Credit and Debit Card User Fee 225.1 – 225.6

Part 226 Shelter for the Homeless 226.1 – 226.5

Part 228 Security Protective Force 228.1 – 228.18

Part 229 Protection of Archaeological Resources: Uniform Regulations 229.1 – 229.21

Part 230 Financial Institutions on Dod Installations 230.1 – 230.5

Part 231 Procedures Governing Banks, Credit Unions and Other Financial Institutions on Dod Installations 231.1 – 231.11

Part 232 Limitations on Terms of Consumer Credit Extended to Service Members and Dependents 232.1 – 232.13

Part 233 Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) 233.1 – 233.6

Part 234 Conduct on the Pentagon Reservation  234.1 – 234.19

Part 236 Department of Defense (DoD) - Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cyber Security (CS) Activities 236.1 – 236.7

Part 238 DoD Assistance to Non-Government, Entertainment-Oriented Media Productions 238.1 – 238.6

Part 239 Homeowners Assistance Program - Application Processing 239.1 – 239.15

Part 240 Dod Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) 240.1 – 240.7

Part 241 Pilot Program for Temporary Exchange of Information Technology Personnel 241.1 – 241.13

Part 242 Admission Policies and Procedures for the School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 242.1 – 242.10

Part 243 Department of Defense Ratemaking Procedures for Civil Reserve Air Fleet Contract s243.1 – 243.12

Part 245 Plan for the Emergency Security Control of Air Traffic (ESCAT) 245.1 – 245.33

Part 246 Stars and Stripes (S&S) Newspaper and Business Operations 246.1 – 246.7

Part 247 Department of Defense Newspapers, Magazines and Civilian Enterprise Publications 247.1 – 247.7

Part 250 Withholding of Unclassified Technical Data from Public Disclosure 250.1 – 250.9

Part 251 National Language Service Corps (NLSC) 251.1 – 251.6

Part 252 Professional U.S. Scouting Organization Operations at U.S. Military Installations Overseas 252.1 – 252.6

Part 257 Acceptance of Service of Process 257.1 – 257.5

Part 259 Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition for Federal and Federally-Assisted Programs 259.1

Part 260 Vending Facility Program for the Blind on Dod-Controlled Federal Property 260.1 – 260.7

Part 263 Traffic and Vehicle Control on Certain Defense Mapping Agency Sites 263.1 – 263.11

Part 264 International Interchange of Patent Rights and Technical Information 264.1 – 264.5

Part 269 Civil Monetary Penalty Inflation Adjustment 269.1 – 269.5

Part 273 Defense Materiel Disposition 273.1 – 273.15

Part 274 Regulations Governing Competitive Bidding on U.S. Government Guaranteed Military Export Loan Agreements 274.1 – 274.10

Part 275 Right to Financial Privacy Act 275.1 – 275.6

Part 277 Implementation of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act 277.1 – 277.4

Part 281 Settling Personnel and General Claims and Processing Advance Decision Requests 281.1 – 281.5

Part 282 Procedures for Settling Personnel and General Claims and Processing Advance Decision Requests 282.1 – 282.5

Part 283 Waiver of Debts Resulting from Erroneous Payments of Pay and Allowances 283.1 – 283.5

Part 284 Waiver Procedures for Debts Resulting from Erroneous Payments of Pay and Allowances 284.1 – 284.5

Subchapter N Freedom of Information Act Program 286 – 286h

Part 286 Dod Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Program 286.1 – 286.13

Part 286h Release of Acquisition-Related Information 286h.1 – 286h.4

Subchapter O Privacy Program 310 – 339

Subchapter P - Obtaining Dod Information [Reserved]

Audience

Lawyers, law librarians and law students should be familiar with the Code of Federal Regulations. Law libraries and some academic libraries should have a copy of this publication for their patrons. In addition, members of government and policymakers, members of Congress, tax preparers, investment counselors and brokers, social activists, political consultants, media writers and producers, university instructors and professors, political scientists, and taxpayers.                                                                                                   

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Record Creation Date:
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