[Title 28 CFR AA]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - July 1, 2002 Edition]
[Title 28 - JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION]
[Chapter I - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Part 0 - ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Subpart Aa - Orders of the Attorney General]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


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               Subpart AA--Orders of the Attorney General

    Source: Order No. 460-71, 36 FR 12096, June 25, 1971, unless 
otherwise noted.



Sec. 0.180  Documents designated as orders.

    All documents relating to the organization of the Department or to 
the assignment, transfer, or delegation of authority, functions, or 
duties by the Attorney General or to general departmental policy shall 
be designated as orders and shall be issued only by the Attorney General 
in a separate, numbered series. Classified orders shall be identified as 
such, included within the numbered series, and limited to the 
distribution provided for in the order or determined by the Assistant 
Attorney General for Administration. All documents amending, modifying, 
or revoking such orders, in whole or in part, shall likewise be 
designated as orders

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within such numbered series, and no other designation of such documents 
shall be used.



Sec. 0.181  Requirements for orders.

    Each order prepared for issuance by or approval of the Attorney 
General shall be given a suitable title, shall contain a clear and 
concise statement explaining the substance of the order, and shall cite 
the authority for its issuance.



Sec. 0.182  Submission of proposed orders to the Office of Legal Counsel.

    All orders prepared for the approval or signature of the Attorney 
General shall be submitted to the Office of Legal Counsel for approval 
as to form and legality and consistency with existing orders.



Sec. 0.183  Distribution of orders.

    The distribution of orders, unless otherwise provided by the 
Attorney General, shall be determined by the Assistant Attorney General 
for Administration.