[Title 28 CFR E]
[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 E - 1--Office of International Programs]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


28JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION12002-07-012002-07-01false1--Office of International ProgramsESubpart EJUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIONDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICEORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
              Subpart E-1--Office of International Programs



Sec. 0.26  Organization.

    There shall be within the Office of the Deputy Attorney General an 
Office of International Programs.
    (a) Director. The Office of International Programs shall be headed 
by a Director appointed by the Attorney General.
    (b) Functions. The Director of the Office of International Programs 
shall discharge the following duties:
    (1) Coordinate all proposals for the Department of Justice, or 
Department of Justice personnel, to provide foreign countries with 
training or technical assistance in the fields of law enforcement, 
administration of justice, legislation, and economic reform and 
democratic institution-building initiatives.
    (2) Assist the Deputy Attorney General in coordinating the 
activities of the International Criminal Investigative Training 
Assistance Program and in coordinating responses to requests for 
international training and technical assistance submitted to the 
INTERPOL-U.S. National Central Bureau and other Department of Justice 
units.
    (3) Serve as the focal point, on behalf of the Deputy Attorney 
General, for administrative matters involving international activities, 
including overseas staffing, of all Department of Justice units.
    (4) Coordinate arrangements and preparations for contacts by the 
Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General with officials of foreign 
governments, foreign non-governmental organizations, and international 
organizations.
    (5) As required, advise the Deputy Attorney General on matters 
relating to non-operational foreign travel by Department of Justice 
personnel.
    (6) Serve as a primary liaison with the Department of State, with 
other appropriate federal, state and local agencies, and with 
appropriate non-governmental institutions, regarding training and 
technical assistance to foreign countries in the fields of law 
enforcement, administration of justice, legislation, and economic reform 
and democratic institution-building initiatives.
    (7) Review and coordinate all planned and ongoing training and 
technical assistance activities in the fields of law enforcement, 
administration of justice, legislation, and economic reform and 
democratic institution-building initiatives by Department of Justice 
personnel in foreign countries.
    (8) As needed, facilitate logistical arrangements for Department of 
Justice personnel to engage in approved training and technical 
assistance activities in the fields of law enforcement, administration 
of justice, legislation, and economic reform and democratic institution-
building initiatives in foreign countries.
    (9) Coordinate Department of Justice views on proposals for entities 
outside the Department, including international organizations, to 
conduct

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training and technical assistance activities in the fields of law 
enforcement, administration of justice, legislation, and economic reform 
and democratic institution-building initiatives in or for foreign 
countries.
    (10) Serve as a focal point, on behalf of the Deputy Attorney 
General, for resolution, within the Department of Justice, of issues 
regarding international policy.
    (11) Coordinate, on behalf of the Deputy Attorney General, 
legislation relevant to Department of Justice training and technical 
assistance activities in or for foreign countries.
    (12) Perform such other duties and functions as may be specially 
assigned by the Deputy Attorney General.
    (c) Relationship with other Departmental units. The Office of 
International Programs shall:
    (1) Maintain continual liaison with interested components of the 
Department on international matters.
    (2) Develop and administer effective mechanisms to ensure thorough 
consideration, by interested components of the Department, of all 
proposals for international training and technical assistance by 
Department personnel.
    (d) Redelegation of authority. The Director is authorized to 
redelegate to any subordinate member of the Office of International 
Programs any of the authority, functions or duties vested in the 
Director by this subpart.

[Order No. 1606-92, 57 FR 32438, July 22, 1992]