Part 7601 Supplemental Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the National Archives and Records Administration

Terms Used In CFR > Title 5 > Chapter LXVI

  • Acreage rent: means rent assessed for solar and wind energy development grants and leases that is determined by the number of acres authorized for the grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Act: means the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Actual costs: means the financial measure of resources the Federal government expends or uses in processing a right-of-way application or in monitoring the construction, operation, and termination of a facility authorized by a grant or permit. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Administrator: as used in this part means the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, U. See 29 CFR 530.1
  • Agent: means an Agent member of the Facility. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Agent group: means an Agent member of the Facility consisting of a group of corporate credit unions, one of which is designated as the group's Agent group representative and authorized to transact business with the Facility on behalf of the group or any member of the group. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • ALJ: means Administrative Law Judge. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Application filing fee: means a filing fee specific to solar and wind energy applications. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Assignment: means the transfer, in whole or in part, of any right or interest in a right-of-way grant or lease from the holder (assignor) to a subsequent party (assignee) with the BLM's written approval. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Balance sheet audit: refers to the examination of a credit union's assets, liabilities, and equity under generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) by an independent public accountant for the purpose of opining on the fairness of the presentation on the balance sheet. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Base rent: means the dollar amount required from a grant or lease holder on BLM managed lands based on the communication use with the highest value in the associated facility or facilities, as calculated according to the communication use rent schedule. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • BLM: means the Bureau of Land Management. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Casual use: means activities ordinarily resulting in no or negligible disturbance of the public lands, resources, or improvements. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Central Liquidity Facility: means the National Credit Union Administration Central Liquidity Facility. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Communication use rent schedule: is a schedule of rents for the following types of communication uses, including related technologies, located in a facility associated with a particular grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • 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
  • Corporate credit union: means a Federal or state-chartered credit union primarily serving other credit unions. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Critical infrastructure: Any systems and assets, whether physical or cyber-based, so vital to the United States that the degradation or destruction of such systems and assets would have a debilitating impact on national security, including, but not limited to, national economic security and national public health or safety. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Customer: means an occupant who is paying a facility manager, facility owner, or tenant for using all or any part of the space in the facility, or for communication services, and is not selling communication services or broadcasting to others. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Defense Production Act: The Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended (50 U. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Delegate Agency: A government agency authorized by delegation from the Department of Commerce to place priority ratings on contracts or orders needed to support approved programs. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Delinquent Federal tax liability: means any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability. See 48 CFR 1009.7001
  • Designated leasing area: means a parcel of land with specific boundaries identified by the BLM land use planning process as being a preferred location for solar or wind energy development that may be offered competitively. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Directive: An official action which requires a person to take or refrain from taking certain actions in accordance with its provisions. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Discharge: has the meaning found at 33 U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • EIS: means environmental impact statement. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Facility: means an improvement or structure, whether existing or planned, that is or would be owned and controlled by the grant or lease holder within a right-of-way. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Facility advance: means an advance of funds by the Facility to a Regular or Agent member. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Facility manager: means a person or entity that leases space in a facility to communication users and:

    (1) Holds a communication use grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Facility owner: means a person or entity that may or may not lease space in a facility to communication users and:

    (1) Holds a communication use grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Financial statements: refers to a presentation of financial data, including accompanying notes, derived from accounting records of the credit union, and intended to disclose a credit union's economic resources or obligations at a point in time, or the changes therein for a period of time, in conformity with GAAP, as defined herein, or regulatory accounting procedures. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • GAAS: is an acronym for "generally accepted auditing standards" which refers to the standards approved and adopted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants which apply when an "independent, licensed certified public accountant" audits financial statements. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Grant: means any authorization or instrument (e. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Holder: means any entity with a BLM right-of-way authorization. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Homeland security: Includes efforts:

    (1) To prevent terrorist attacks within the United States. See 15 CFR 700.8

  • Hours per year: means the total number of hours in a year, which, for purposes of this part, means 8,760 hours. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • IBLA: means the Department of the Interior, Board of Land Appeals. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Independent: means the impartiality necessary for the dependability of the compensated auditor's findings. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Internal control: refers to the process, established by the credit union's board of directors, officers and employees, designed to provide reasonable assurance of reliable financial reporting and safeguarding of assets against unauthorized acquisition, use, or disposition. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • IPD-GDP: means the Implicit Price Deflator, Gross Domestic Product, as published in the most recent edition of the Survey of Current Business of the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Item: Any raw, in process, or manufactured material, article, commodity, supply, equipment, component, accessory, part, assembly, or product of any kind, technical information, process, or service. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Liquid assets: means the following unpledged assets:

    (1) Cash on hand. See 43 CFR 2541.2

  • Liquidity needs: means the needs of credit unions primarily serving natural persons for:

    (1) Short-term adjustment credit available to assist in meeting temporary requirements for funds or to cushion more persistent outflows of funds pending an orderly adjustment of credit union assets and liabilities. See 43 CFR 2541.2

  • Management overhead costs: means Federal expenditures associated with a particular Federal agency's directorate. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Management policies: means policies of a credit union with respect to membership, shares, deposits, dividends, interest rates, lending, investing, borrowing, safeguarding of assets, hiring, training and supervision of employees, and general operating and control practices and procedures. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Member: means a Regular or Agent member of the Facility, unless the context indicates otherwise. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Member natural person credit union: means a natural person credit union which is a member of an Agent or of any corporate credit union in an Agent group. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Microwave: means communication uses that:

    (i) Provide long-line intrastate and interstate public telephone, television, and data transmissions. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Monitoring: means those actions the Federal government performs to ensure compliance with the terms, conditions, and stipulations of a grant. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • National defense: Programs for military and energy production or construction, military or critical infrastructure assistance to any foreign nation, homeland security, stockpiling, space, and any directly related activity. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Natural person credit union: means a Federal or state-chartered credit union primarily serving natural persons. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • NEPA: means the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Net capacity factor: means the average operational time divided by the average potential operational time of a solar or wind energy development, multiplied by the current technology efficiency rates. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Official action: An action taken by the Department of Commerce under the authority of the Defense Production Act, the Selective Service Act and related statutes, and this part. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • option: as used in this subpart means a unilateral right in the contract by which the Government can extend the term of the contract. See 48 CFR 970.1706-1
  • Paid-in and unimpaired capital and surplus: means shares and deposits plus post-closing, undivided earnings. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Payment request: as used in this subpart , is defined in the clause at 1052. See 48 CFR 1032.7001
  • Performance and reclamation bond: means the document provided by the holder of a right-of-way grant or lease that provides the appropriate financial guarantees, including cash, to cover potential liabilities or specific requirements identified by the BLM for the construction, operation, decommissioning, and reclamation of an authorized right-of-way on public lands. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Person: Any individual, corporation, partnership, association, or any other organized group of persons, or legal successor or representative thereof. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Priority rating: An identifying code assigned by a Delegate Agency or authorized person placed on all rated orders and consisting of the rating symbol and the program identification symbol. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Public lands: means any land and interest in land owned by the United States within the several states and administered by the Secretary of the Interior through BLM without regard to how the United States acquired ownership, except lands:

    (1) Located on the Outer Continental Shelf. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Rate of return: means the relationship of income (to the property owner) to revenue generated from authorized solar and wind energy development facilities based on the 10-year average of the 20-year U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Rated order: A prime contract, a subcontract, or a purchase order in support of an approved program issued in accordance with the provisions of this part. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Release: has the meaning found at 42 U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Report on Examination of Internal Control over Call Reporting: refers to an engagement in which an independent, licensed, certified public accountant or public accountant, consistent with attestation standards, examines and reports on management's written assertions concerning the effectiveness of its internal control over financial reporting in its most recently filed semiannual or year-end Call Report, with a concentration in high risk areas. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Reportable conditions: refers to a matter coming to the attention of the independent, compensated auditor which, in his or her judgment, represents a significant deficiency in the design or operation of the internal control structure of the credit union, which could adversely affect its ability to record, process, summarize, and report financial data consistent with the representations of management in the financial statements. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Right-of-way: means the public lands that the BLM authorizes a holder to use or occupy under a particular grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • RMA: means the Ranally Metro Area Population Ranking as published in the most recent edition of the Rand McNally Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Selective Service Act: Section 18 of the Selective Service Act of 1948 (50 U. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Short-term right-of-way grant: means any grant issued for a term of 3 years or less for such uses as storage sites, construction areas, and site testing and monitoring activities, including site characterization studies and environmental monitoring. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Site: means an area, such as a mountaintop, where a holder locates one or more communication or other right-of-way facilities. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Stock subscription: means the stock subscription required for membership in the Facility. See 43 CFR 2541.2
  • Substantial deviation: means a change in the authorized location or use which requires:

    (1) Construction or use outside the boundaries of the right-of-way. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Supervisory committee: refers to a supervisory committee as defined in Section 111(b) of the Federal Credit Union Act, 12 U. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Supervisory committee audit: refers to an engagement under either §715. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Tax check: means an IRS process that accesses and uses taxpayer return information to support the Government's determination of an offeror's eligibility to receive an award, including but not limited to implementation of the statutory prohibition of making an award to corporations that have a delinquent Federal tax liability (see FAR 9. See 48 CFR 1009.7001
  • Television broadcast: means a use that broadcasts UHF and VHF audio and video signals for general public reception. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Tenant: means an occupant who is paying a facility manager, facility owner, or other entity for occupying and using all or any part of a facility. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Terms: As used in this part, the term:

    Acreage rent means rent assessed for solar and wind energy development grants and leases that is determined by the number of acres authorized for the grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Third party: means any person or entity other than BLM, the applicant, or the holder of a right-of-way authorization. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Transportation and utility corridor: means a parcel of land, without fixed limits or boundaries, that holders use as the location for one or more transportation or utility rights-of-way. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Working papers: refers to the principal record, in any form, of the work performed by the auditor and/or supervisory committee to support its findings and/or conclusions concerning significant matters. See 43 CFR 2521.1
  • Zone: means one of eight geographic groupings necessary for linear right-of-way rent assessment purposes, covering all lands in the contiguous United States. See 43 CFR 2801.5