Part 1600 Employee Responsibilities and Conduct
Part 1601 Procedural Regulations
Part 1602 Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements Under Title Vii, the Ada and Gina
Part 1603 Procedures for Previously Exempt State and Local Government Employee Complaints of Employment Discrimination Under Section 304 of the Government Employee Rights Act of 1991
Part 1604 Guidelines On Discrimination Because of Sex
Part 1605 Guidelines On Discrimination Because of Religion
Part 1606 Guidelines On Discrimination Because of National Origin
Part 1608 Affirmative Action Appropriate Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as Amended
Part 1610 Availability of Records
Part 1611 Privacy Act Regulations
Part 1612 Government in the Sunshine Act Regulations
Part 1614 Federal Sector Equal Employment Opportunity
Part 1615 Enforcement of Nondiscrimination On the Basis of Disability in Programs or Activities Conducted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and in Accessibility of Commission Electronic and Information Technology
Part 1620 The Equal Pay Act
Part 1621 Procedures-The Equal Pay Act
Part 1625 Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Part 1626 Procedures-Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Part 1627 Records to Be Made or Kept Relating to Age: Notices to Be Posted
Part 1630 Regulations to Implement the Equal Employment Provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act
Part 1635 Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008
Part 1640 Procedures for Coordinating the Investigation of Complaints or Charges of Employment Discrimination Based On Disability Subject to the Americans With Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Part 1641 Procedures for Complaints/charges of Employment Discrimination Based On Disability Filed Against Employers Holding Government Contracts or Subcontracts
Part 1650 Debt Collection
Part 1690 Procedures On Interagency Coordination of Equal Employment Opportunity Issuances
Part 1691 Procedures for Complaints of Employment Discrimination Filed Against Recipients of Federal Financial Assistance

Terms Used In CFR > Title 29 > Subtitle B > Chapter XIV

  • Abandonment: Voluntary relinquishment by the borrower of control of security or EO property without providing for its care. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Act: means the FSA approved August 9, 1939 (53 Stat. See 7 CFR 201.2
  • Act: means title III of Public Law 93-633, the Independent Safety Board Act of 1974, (49 U. See 46 CFR 4.40-5
  • Act: means Public Act No. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Active borrower: A borrower who has an outstanding account in the records of the Office of the Deputy Chief Financial Officer (ODCFO), including collection-only or an unsatisfied account balance where a voluntary conveyance was accepted without release from liability of foreclosure did not satisfy the indebtedness. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Adjusted tangible net worth: Tangible balance sheet equity plus allowed tangible asset appreciation and subordinated owner debt. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has been delegated or may hereafter be delegated to act for the Administrator. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the Department or any other officer or employee of the Agency who is delegated, or who may be delegated the authority to act in the Administrator's stead. See 7 CFR 70.36
  • agency: means a public or private agency, institution, or organization or a State or other political jurisdiction with which the recipient has entered into an arrangement, contract or agreement to assist in its carrying out the development, conduct and administration of part of a project or program assisted under title II of the DVSA. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Agency: means an Executive agency as defined in 5 U. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Agency: means an Executive agency as defined in 5 U. See 12 CFR 225.104
  • Agricultural Marketing Service: The Agricultural Marketing Service of the Department. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Apple producer: is a farmer in the United States or its territories that produced apples, on not less than 10 acres, for sale in 1999 or 2000. See 27 CFR 24.270
  • Applicant: Any person who has applied for service under the regulations. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Approval official: The Rural Development official having loan and grant approval authority auhorized under Subpart A of Part 1901 of this chapter. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Area of high unemployment: An area in which a B&I loan guarantee can be issued, consisting of a county or group of contiguous counties or equivalent subdivisions of a State which, on the basis of the most recent 12-month average or the most recent annual average data, has a rate of unemployment 150 percent or more of the national rate. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • assistance: means assistance under title II of the DVSA in the form of grants or contracts involving Federal funds for the administration for which the Director of the National Senior Service Corps programs has responsibility. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • assistance: include the services of National Senior Service Corps volunteers supported in whole or in part with CNCS funds under the DVSA. See 45 CFR 1206.2-3
  • Assistance: Finance assistance in the form of a loan, grant, or subsidy received. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Auction sale: A public sale in which property is sold to the highest bidder in open verbal competition. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Basic security: Consists of all equipment serving as security for Rural Development loans. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Beginning farmer or rancher: A beginning farmer or rancher is an individual or entity who:

    (1) Is an eligible applicant for FO loan assistance in accordance with §1943. See 25 CFR 170.915

  • Biogas: Biomass converted to gaseous fuel. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Biomass: Any organic material that is available on a renewable or recurring basis including agricultural crops, trees grown for energy production, wood waste and wood residues, plants, including aquatic plants and grasses, fibers, animal waste and other waste materials, fats, oils, greases, including recycled fats, oils and greases. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Board: means the National Transportation Safety Board. See 46 CFR 4.40-5
  • Borrower: An individual or entity which has outstanding obligations to the Rural Development under any Farmer Programs loan(s), without regard to whether the loan has been accelerated. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Borrower: When a loan is made to an individual, the individual is the borrower. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Borrower: A borrower may be a cooperative organization, corporation, partnership, trust or other legal entity organized and operated on a profit or nonprofit basis. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Branch: The Meat Grading Branch of the Division. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Business entity: is a corporation, partnership, joint operation, trust, limited liability company, or cooperative. See 27 CFR 24.270
  • Business entity: is a corporation, partnership, joint operation, trust, limited liability company, or cooperative. See 27 CFR 24.284
  • Cash flow budget: is a projection listing all anticipated cash inflows (including all farm income, nonfarm income and all loan advances) and all cash outflows (including all farm and nonfarm debt service and other expenses) to be incurred by the borrower during the period of the budget. See 27 CFR 24.270
  • CEO: means the Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Chattel security: Chattel property which may consist of, but is not limited to, inventory. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Chief: The Chief of the Branch, or any officer or employee of the Branch to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act in his stead. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Civil action: Court proceedings to protect Rural Development's financial interests such as obtaining possession of property from borrowers or third parties, judgments on indebtedness evidenced by notes or other contracts or judgments for the value of converted property, or judicial foreclosure. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Class: A subdivision of a product based on essential physical characteristics that differentiate between major groups of the same kind of species. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Closing agent: An attorney or title insurance company which is approved as a loan closing agent in accordance with subpart B of part 1927 of this chapter. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Closing agent: An attorney or title insurance company which is approved as a loan closing agent in accordance with subpart B of part 1927 of this chapter. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • coated seed: means any seed unit covered with any substance that changes the size, shape, or weight of the original seed. See 7 CFR 201.2
  • Commercially available: Energy projects utilizing technology that has a proven operating history, and for which there is an established industry for the design, installation, and service (including spare parts) of the equipment. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Community facilities: For the purposes of this subpart, community facilities are those facilities designed to aid in the development of private business and industry in rural areas. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Compliance: Conformity of a product to the specifications under which the product was purchased or sold, with particular reference to the quality, cleanliness, state of refrigeration, method of processing, and trim of products. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Compliance actions: (1) OPM may impose a compliance action against an MSP issuer at any time during the contract term if it determines that the MSP issuer is not in compliance with applicable law, this part, or the terms of its contract with OPM. See 45 CFR 800.404
  • Condition: means the relative degree of soundness of a product which may affect its merchantability and includes those factors which are subject to change and may result from, but not necessarily limited to, age, improper handling, storage or lack of refrigeration. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Cooperative agreement: A cooperative agreement between the Agricultural Marketing Service and another Federal agency or a State agency, or other agency, organization or person as specified in the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946, as amended, for conducting the service. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Corporation: means the Corporation for National and Community Service established pursuant to 42 U. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Credit sale: A sale in which financing is provided to an applicant for the purchase of inventory property. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Criminal action: Prosecution by the United States to exact punishment in the form of fines or imprisonment for alleged violations of criminal statutes. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • CTAP eligible: means an agency surplus or displaced employee who has a current performance rating of record of at least fully successful (Level 3) or equivalent. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • CTAP selection priority candidate: means a CTAP eligible who applied for and was determined to be well-qualified by the agency and whom the agency must select over any other applicant for the vacancy, unless the action to be taken is listed as an exception under §330. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Debt instrument: Used as a collective term to include promissory note, assumption agreement, grant agreement, or bond. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Default: Failure of the borrower to observe the agreements with Rural Development as contained in notes, security instruments, and similar or related instruments. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Department: The United States Department of Agriculture. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Department: means the United States Department of Agriculture. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Department: The U. See 7 CFR 70.36
  • Development cost: These costs include, but are not limited to, those for acquisition, planning, construction, repair or enlargement of the proposed facility. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Disaster Assistance for Rural Business Enterprises: Guaranteed loans authorized by section 401 of the Disaster Assistance Act of 1989 (Pub. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Displaced: describes an agency employee in one of the following two categories:

    (1) A current career or career-conditional (tenure group I or II) competitive service employee at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below who:

    (i) Received a reduction in force (RIF) separation notice under part 351 of this chapter and has not declined an offer under part 351, subpart G, of this chapter of a position with the same type of work schedule and a representative rate at least as high as that of the position from which the employee will be separated. See 12 CFR 221.116

  • Displaced: describes an individual in one of the following categories:

    (1) A current career or career-conditional (tenure group I or II) competitive service employee of any agency at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below whose current performance rating of record is at least fully successful (Level 3) or equivalent and who:

    (i) Received a reduction in force (RIF) separation notice under part 351 of this chapter and has not declined an offer under part 351, subpart G, of this chapter of a position with the same type of work schedule and a representative rate at least as high as that of the position from which the employee will be separated. See 12 CFR 225.104

  • Drought and Disaster Guaranteed Loans: Guaranteed loans authorized by section 331 of the Disaster Assistance Act of 1988 (Pub. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Energy projects: Commercially available projects that produce or distribute energy or power and/or projects that produce biomass or biogas fuel. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • EO property: Nonsecurity chattel property purchased, refinanced, or improved with EO loan funds. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • False information: Information, known to be incorrect, provided with the intent to obtain benefits which would not have been obtainable based on correct information. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Farmer program loans: This includes Farm Ownership (FO), Soil and Water (SW), Recreation (RL), Economic Opportunity (EO), Operating (OL), Emergency (EM), Economic Emergency (EE), Special Livestock (SL), Softwood Timber (ST) and Rural Housing loans for farm service buildings (RHF). See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Farmer Programs loans: The term "Farmer Program loans" (FP) refers to the following types of loans: Farm Ownership (FO), Soil and Water (SW), Recreation (RL), Economic Opportunity (EO), Operating (OL), Emergency (EM), Economic Emergency (EE), Softwood Timber (ST), and Rural Housing Loans for farm service buildings (RHF). See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Financially interested person: Any person having a financial interest in the products involved, including but not limited to the shipper, receiver, producer, seller, buyer, or carrier of the products. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Gossypium spp:

    Cowpea--Vigna unguiculata (L. See 7 CFR 201.2

  • Government: The United States of America acting through the RBS, RHS, and RUS of the U. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Grade: (1) As a noun, this term means an important commercial subdivision of a product based on certain definite and preference determining factors, such as, but not limited to, conformation, finish, and quality in meats. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Grade: means a class or rank of quality. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Grantee: includes subgrantees, programs, and projects. See 45 CFR 2522.520
  • hearing: means that part of the proceeding which involves the submission of evidence. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • hearing clerk: means the hearing clerk, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Hybrid: The term "hybrid" applied to kinds or varieties of seed means the first generation seed of a cross produced by controlling the pollination and by combining (1) two or more inbred lines. See 7 CFR 201.2
  • ICTAP eligible: means an individual who meets the definition of displaced. See 12 CFR 225.104
  • ICTAP selection priority candidate: means an ICTAP eligible who applied for a vacancy, was determined by the agency to be well-qualified for that vacancy, and who the agency must select over any other candidate from outside the agency's current competitive service workforce for the vacancy, unless the action to be taken is listed as an exception under §330. See 12 CFR 225.104
  • Inactive borrower: A former borrower whose loan(s) has been paid in full or assumed by another party(ies) and who does not have an outstanding account in the records of the ODCFO. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Ineligible terms: Credit terms, for other than SFH or MFH property sales, offered for the convenience of the Government to facilitate sales. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Interest credit: The terms "interest credit" and "interest credit assistance" as they relate to Single Family Housing (SFH) loans, are interchangeable with the term "payment assistance. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Inventory property: Property for which title is vested in the Government and which secured an a Rural Development loan loan or which was acquired from another Agency for program purposes. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • judge: means any administrative law judge appointed pursuant to 5 U. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Liquidation: The act of selling security or EO property to close the loan when no further assistance will be given. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Loan Agreement: The signed agreement between Rural Development and the intermediary setting forth the terms and conditions of the loan. See 25 CFR 170.452
  • Loans to individuals: Farm Ownership (FO), Soil and Water (SW), Recreation (RL), Special Livestock (SL), Economic Opportunity (EO), Operating (OL), Emergency (EM), Economic Emergency (EE), Softwood Timber (ST), and Rural Housing loans for farm service buildings (RHF), whether to individuals or entities, referred to in this subpart as Farmer Programs (FP) loans. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Loans to organizations: Community Facility (CF). See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Low-income: The level of income of a person or family which is at or below the Poverty Guidelines as defined in section 673(2) of the Community Services Block Grant Act (42 U. See 25 CFR 170.452
  • Major marine casualty: means a casualty involving a vessel, other than a public vessel, that results in:

    (1) The loss of six or more lives:

    (2) The loss of a mechanically propelled vessel of 100 or more gross tons. See 46 CFR 4.40-5

  • Market value: The most probable price which property should bring, as of a specific date, in a competitive and open market, assuming the buyer and seller are prudent and knowledgeable, and the price is not affected by undue stimulus such as forced sale or loan interest subsidy. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Market value: The most probable price which property should bring, as of a specific date, in a competitive and open market, assuming the buyer and seller are prudent and knowledgeable, and the price is not affected by undue stimulus such as forced sale or loan interest subsidy. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • marketing agreement: means any marketing agreement or any amendment thereto which may be entered into pursuant to section 8b of the act. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • marketing order: means any order or any amendment thereto which may be issued pursuant to section 8c of the act, and after notice and hearing as required by said section. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Meat: The edible part of the muscle of an animal, which is skeletal, or which is found in the tongue, in the diaphragm, in the heart, or in the esophagus, and which is intended for human food, with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of bone, skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the muscle tissue and which are not separated from it in the process of dressing. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Microburst wind: A violently descending column of air associated with a thunderstorm which causes straight-line wind damage. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • mixture: means seeds consisting of more than one kind or variety, each present in excess of 5 percent of the whole. See 7 CFR 201.2
  • Negotiated sale: A sale in which there is a bargaining of price and/or terms. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Nonrecoverable cost: is a contractual or noncontractual program loan cost expense not chargeable to a borrower, property account, or part of the loan subsidy. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Nonrenewal: Nonrenewal may pertain to the MSP issuer or the State-level issuer. See 45 CFR 800.306
  • Normal income security: All security not considered basic security, including crops, livestock, poultry products, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service payments and Commodity Credit Corporation payments, and other property covered by Farmers Home Administration or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 liens that is sold in conjunction with the operation of a farm or other business, but shall not include any equipment (including fixtures in States that have adopted the Uniform Commercial Code), or foundation herd or flock. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Notice of compliance action: (1) OPM must notify an MSP issuer in writing of a compliance action under this section. See 45 CFR 800.404
  • Office of grading: The office of an official grader. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Official grader: An employee of the Department or other person authorized by the Department to determine and certify or otherwise identify the class, grade, other quality, or compliance of products under the regulations. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • OGC: The Office of the General Counsel, U. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Owner: An individual or an entity which owned the farm but who may or may not have been operating the farm at the time the farm was taken into inventory. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Person: Any individual, partnership, corporation, or other legal entity, or Government agency. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Prior lien: A security instrument (such as a mortgage or deed of trust) or a judgment which was of public record before the Rural Development security instrument(s) as well as real estate taxes or assessments which are or will become a lien against the property which is superior to Rural Development's security instrument(s). See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Problem loan: A loan which is not performing according to its original terms and conditions or which is not expected in the future to perform according to those terms and conditions. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • proceeding: means a proceeding upon the basis of which a marketing agreement may be entered into or a marketing order may be issued. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Products: Meats, prepared meats, meat by-products, or meat food products. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Program property: SFH and MFH inventory property that can be used to effectively carry out the objectives of their respective loan programs with financing through that program. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Program terms: Credit terms for SFH or MFH property sales, prescribed in Rural Development program regulations for its various loan programs. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Public body: A municipality, political subdivision, public authority, district, or similar organization. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Public vessel: means a vessel owned by the United States, except a vessel to which the Act of October 25, 1919, c. See 46 CFR 4.40-5
  • purity: means the name or names of the kind, type, or variety and the percentage or percentages thereof; the percentage of other agricultural seed or crop seed; the percentage of weed seeds, including noxious-weeds seeds; the percentage of inert matter; and the names of the noxious-weed seeds and the rate of occurrence of each. See 7 CFR 201.2
  • Quality: A combination of the inherent properties of a product which determines its relative degree of excellence. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Quality: means the combination of the inherent properties or attributes of a product which determines its relative degree of excellence. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • recipient: means a public or private agency, institution or organization or a State or other political jurisdiction which has received assistance under title II of the DVSA. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Recipient: refers to an individual or entity that received a loan, or portion of a loan, an interest subsidy, a grant, or a portion of a grant which was unauthorized. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Recoverable cost: is a contractual or noncontractual program loan cost expense chargeable to a borrower, property account, or part of the loan subsidy. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Refinancing loan: A loan, all of the proceeds of which are applied to extinguish the entire balance of an outstanding debt. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Refunding: includes renewal of an application for the assignment of National Senior Service Corps volunteers. See 45 CFR 1206.2-3
  • Regular sale: Sale by Rural Development employees or real estate brokers other than by sealed bid, auction or negotiation. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • regulations: The regulations in this subpart. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Repossessed property: Security or EO property in Rural Development's custody, but still owned by the borrower. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • responsible Corporation official: means the CEO, Chief Financial Officer, the Director of the National Senior Service Corps programs, the appropriate Service Center Director and any Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) Headquarters or State office official who is authorized to make the grant or assistance in question. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Rural Development: A mission area within the U. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Safe: No hazard exists on property which would likely endanger the health or safety of occupants or users. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Sample: means any number of sample units to be used for inspection. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Sealed bid sale: A public sale in which property is offered to the highest bidder by prior written bid submitted in a sealed envelope. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act for the Secretary. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Security: Also means "Chattel security" when appropriate. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Seed producer: is a farmer that produced a 1999 crop of grass, forage, vegetable, or sorghum seed for sale to AgriBiotech under contract. See 27 CFR 24.284
  • Service: Grading service or acceptance service. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Servicing official: For loans to individuals as defined in paragraph (d) of this section, the servicing official is the County Supervisor. See 25 CFR 170.512
  • Servicing official: For loans to individuals, as defined in §1955. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Specifications: Descriptions with respect to the class, grade, other quality, quantity or condition of products, approved by the Administrator, and available for use by the industry regardless of the origin of the descriptions. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • State: Any of the fifty States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands of the United States, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. See 25 CFR 170.452
  • State: Any of the 50 States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands of the United States, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Republic of Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Subordinated owner debt: Debt owed by the borrower to one or more of the owner(s) that is subordinated to debt owed by the borrower to the Agency or guaranteed by the Agency (aggregate B&I loan exposure) pursuant to a subordination agreement satisfactory to the Agency. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Suitable property: Real property that could be used to carry out the objectives of Rural Development's loan programs with financing provided through that program. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • Supervisor of grading: An official grader or other person designated by the Director or Chief to supervise and maintain uniformity and accuracy of service under the regulations. See 7 CFR 54.1
  • Surplus: describes an agency employee in one of the following three categories:

    (1) A current career or career-conditional (tenure group I or II) competitive service employee at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below who received a Certification of Expected Separation under part 351 of this chapter or other official agency certification or notification indicating that the employee's position is surplus (for example, a notice of position abolishment or a notice of eligibility for discontinued service retirement). See 12 CFR 221.116

  • Surplus property: Property that cannot be used to carry out the objectives of financing available through the applicable loan program. See 25 CFR 170.915
  • suspension: means any action temporarily suspending or curtailing assistance in whole or in part, to all or any part of a program, prior to the time that such assistance is concluded by the grant or contract terms and conditions, but does not include the refusal to provide new or additional assistance. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Tangible balance sheet equity: Total equity less the value of intangible assets recorded on the financial statements, as determined from balance sheets prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), plus qualified intellectual property. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • termination: means a decision by OPM to cancel an MSP Program contract prior to the end of its contract term. See 45 CFR 800.404
  • termination: means any action permanently terminating or curtailing assistance to all or any part of a program prior to the time that such assistance is concluded by the grant or contract terms and conditions, but does not include the refusal to provide new or additional assistance. See 45 CFR 1206.1-3
  • Typhoon Omar: A typhoon that caused damage in Guam on August 28, 1992. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • Ultimate recipient: The entity receiving financial assistance from the intermediary. See 25 CFR 170.452
  • Unauthorized assistance: Any loan, interest subsidy, grant, or portion thereof received by a recipient for which there was no regulatory authorization or for which the recipient was not eligible. See 25 CFR 170.440
  • Vacancy: means a vacant competitive service position at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below to be filled for a total of 121 days or more, including all extensions, regardless of whether the agency issues a specific vacancy announcement. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Vacancy: means a vacant competitive service position at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below to be filled for 121 days or more, including extensions. See 12 CFR 225.104
  • Working capital: The excess of current assets over current liabilities. See 25 CFR 170.452
  • Working capital: The excess of current assets over current liabilities. See 25 CFR 224.89
  • You: refers to a grantee or applicant organization. See 45 CFR 2522.520