[Title 28 CFR C]
[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 C - 1--Office of the Associate Attorney General]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


28JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION12002-07-012002-07-01false1--Office of the Associate Attorney GeneralCSubpart CJUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIONDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICEORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
          Subpart C-1--Office of the Associate Attorney General



Sec. 0.19  Associate Attorney General.

    (a) The Associate Attorney General shall advise and assist the 
Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General in formulating and 
implementing Departmental policies and programs. The Associate Attorney 
General shall also provide overall supervision and direction to 
organizational units as assigned. In addition the Associate Attorney 
General shall:
    (1) Exercise the power and the authority vested in the Attorney 
General to take final action in matters pertaining to the employment, 
separation, and general administration of attorneys and law students in 
pay grades GS-15 and below in organizational units subject to his 
direction.
    (2) Perform such other duties as may be especially assigned from 
time to time by the Attorney General.

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    (3) Exercise the power and authority vested in the Attorney General 
to authorize the Director of the U.S. Marshals Service to deputize 
persons to perform the functions of a Deputy U.S. Marshal.
    (b) The Associate Attorney General may redelegate the authority 
provided in paragraph (a)(1) of this section to the official in the 
Office of the Deputy Attorney General responsible for attorney personnel 
management.
    (c) The Associate Attorney General is the Attorney General's 
designee for purposes of determining whether, under part 39 of this 
title, a handicapped person can achieve the purpose of a program without 
fundamental changes in its nature, and whether an action would result in 
a fundamental alteration in the nature of a program or activity or in 
undue financial and administrative burdens. The Associate Attorney 
General may not redelegate this authority.

[Order No. 960-81, 46 FR 52341, Oct. 27, 1981, as amended by Order No. 
1047-84, 49 FR 6485, Feb. 22, 1984; Order No. 1106-85, 50 FR 36055, 
Sept. 5, 1985; Order No. 1251-88, 53 FR 5370, Feb. 24, 1988]