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ties (Confidential only); Chief, Division of National Security Plans (Confidential only).
(c) Authority of originally classify information as Secret or Confidential is delegated to the following officials to become effective automatically upon declaration of civil readiness level Initial Alert or the comparable military readiness level. If invoked, this authority is automatically terminated when both civil and military levels return to the level of Communications Watch or comparable readiness state.
(1) OST. Deputy Secretary; Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs; Assistant Secretary for Administration.
(2) USCG. Vice Commandant; Chief of Staff; Commander, Atlantic Area; Commander, Pacific Area; Commanders, Coast Guard Districts; Commander, Coast Guard Activities, Europe; Chief, Intelligence and Security Division.
(3) FAA. Deputy Administrator; Directors, FAA Regions and Centers.
(4) MARAD. Deputy Administrator; Region Directors; Heads of ALFA, BRAVO, and CHARLIE Emergency Teams when activated.
(d) Although the delegations of authority are expressed above in terms of positions, the authority is personal and is vested only in the individual occupying the position. The authority may not be exercised "by direction of" a designated official. The formal appointment or assignment of an individual to one of the identified positions, a designation in writing of an individual to act in the absence of one of these officials, or the exercise by an individual of the powers of one of these officials by operation of law, however, conveys the authority to originally classify information.
(e) Previous delegations of authority to Department of Transportation officials to originally classify information as Secret and Confidential are hereby rescinded. (Amdt. 1-195, 49 FR 26594, June 28, 1984)
Board in $ 1.67 of this title, the Maritime Administrator is delegated authority to:
(a) Carry out sections 9, 12, 14a, 21a, 37, 40, 41, and 42 of the Shipping Act, 1916, as amended (46 U.S.C. 801 et seq.);
(b) Carry out the Merchant Marine Act, 1920, as amended (46 U.S.C. 861 et seq.), including the Ship Mortgage Act, 1920, as amended (46 U.S.C. 921 et seq.);
(c) Carry out the Merchant Marine Act, 1928, as amended (46 U.S.C. 891 et seq.);
(d) Carry out section 7 of the Intercoastal Shipping Act, 1933, as amended (46 U.S.C. 843 et seq.);
(e) Carry out the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended (46 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.); except the authority delegated to the Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration relating to the establishment of capital construction fund agreements under section 607 thereof and the granting of financing guarantees under title XI thereof, with respect to vessels in the fishing trade or industry;
(f) Carry out the Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946, as amended (50 U.S.C. App. 1735 et seq.);
(g) Carry out the Suits in Admiralty Act (1920), as amended (46 U.S.C. 741 et seq.);
(h) Carry out the Civilian Nautical School Act, 1940 (46 U.S.C. 1331 et seq.);
(i) Carry out the Act of June 2, 1951 (46 U.S.C. 1241a) regarding the “Vessel Operations Revolving Fund”;
(j) Carry out the Act of August 9, 1954 (50 U.S.C. 196 et seq.) commonly called the Emergency Foreign Vessels Acquisition Act;
(k) Carry out the Act of July 24, 1956 (46 U.S.C. 249 et seq.) commonly called the Merchant Marine Medals Act of 1956;
(1) Carry out the Maritime Academy Act of 1958, as amended (46 U.S.C. 1381 et seq.);
(m) Carry out the Act of May 16, 1972, as amended (86 Stat. 140) authorizing sale or purchase of certain passenger vessels,
8 1.66 Delegations to Maritime Adminis
trator. With the exception of those authori. ties delegated to the Maritime Subsidy
1984; Amdt. 1-238, 56 FR 6810, Feb. 20, 1991; Amdt. 1-243, 56 FR 22121, May 14, 1991)
(n) Carry out the Act of August 22, 1972 (86 Stat. 618) authorizing sale of Liberty ships for use as artificial reefs,
(0) Carry out section 717 of the Act of October 26, 1972 (86 Stat. 1184) commonly known as the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1973, and similar subsequent enactments, with respect to transferring or otherwise making available vessels under the jurisdiction of the Maritime Administration to another Federal agency or, similarly, accepting vessels from another Federal agency,
(q) Exercise the authority delegated by the Administrator of the General Services Administration, dated August 15, 1967, to appoint uniformed guards as special police officers, with such powers as are conferred in the Act of June 1, 1948 (62 Stat. 281), as amended, for protection duties on those parcels of property at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York, which are not protected by General Services Administration guards, and over which the Federal Government has exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction,
(r) Carry out the responsibilities of the National Shipping Authority (initially established by the Secretary of Commerce effective March 13, 1951) in the capacity of Director, National Shipping Authority,
(s) Carry out the Maritime Education and Training Act of 1980 (46 U.S.C. 1295), as amended,
(t) Carry out all other activities previously vested in the Secretary of Commerce and transferred pursuant to Pub. L. 97-31.
(u) Carry out the functions vested in the Secretary by section 3(d) of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (33 U.S.C. 1902(d)) as it relates to ships owned or operated by the Maritime Administration when engaged in noncommercial service.
(w) Carry out the provisions of subtitle B of Public Law 101-624.
(x) Carry out the provisions of section 709 of Public Law 101-595, 104 Stat. 2996.
8 1.67 Delegations to Maritime Subsidy
Board. (a) The Maritime Subsidy Board is delegated authority to:
(1) Carry out all functions previously vested in the Secretary of Commerce pursuant to section 105(1) (except the last proviso thereto and readjustments in determinations of operating cost differentials not requiring a hearing and contractual changes reducing or realigning service requirements not involving additional subsidy or requiring a section 605(c) hearing under the Act (46 U.S.C. 1175(c)), section 105(2), and, insofar as applicable to these functions, section 105(3) of Reorganization Plan No. 21 of 1950, and section 202(b)(1) of Reorganization Plan No. 7 of 1961, except investigations, hearings and determinations, including changes in determinations, with respect to minimum manning scales, minimum wage scales, and minimum working conditions referred to in section 301(a) of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended (46 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.).
(2) Carry out all functions previously vested in the Secretary of Commerce pursuant to section 103(e) of Reorganization Plan No. 7 of 1961 and section 202(b)(2) (except requiring the filing of reports, accounts, records, rates, charges, and memoranda under section 21 of the Shipping Act, 1916, as amended, and making reports and recommendations to Congress) and section 202(b)(3) of Reorganization Plan No. 7 of 1961, insofar as said functions relate to the functions described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section.
(3) Execute and sign, by and through any member of the Board or the Secretary or an Assistant Secretary of the Board, contracts and other documents authorized or approved by the Board pursuant to paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this section. The execution of such contracts or documents may be attested, under the seal of the Department of Transportation, by the Secretary or an Assistant Secretary of the Maritime Subsidy Board.
(Amdt. 1-164, 46 FR 47459, Sept. 28, 1981, as amended by Amdt. 1-167, 47 FR 11677, Mar. 18, 1982; Amdt. 1-192, 49 FR 12706, Mar. 30,
Space Launch Act (Pub. L. 98-575; October 30, 1984). [Amdt. 1-202, 50 FR 9036, Mar. 6, 1985)
8 1.69 Delegations to the Director of Intel
ligence and Security. The Director of Intelligence and Security is delegated authority to:
(a) Carry out the functions assigned to the Secretary by the Aviation Security Improvement Act of 1990, section 101 (Pub. L. 101-508; November 16, 1990) relating to intelligence and security matters for all modes of transportation.
(b) [Reserved) (Amdt. 1-237, 56 FR 5958, Feb 14, 1991)
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AND REDELEGATIONS BY SECRETARIAL
(b) The Maritime Subsidy Board may exercise other authorities of the Secretary of Transportation as applicable to performing the functions assigned to the Board in this part.
(c) The Board is composed of the Maritime Administrator, the Deputy Maritime Administrator, and the Chief Counsel of the Administration, and during a vacancy in any one of those offices, the person acting in such capacity shall be a member of the Board, unless the Secretary of Transportation designates another person. In case there still is a vacancy in the Board or in the absence or disability of one of its members, the Secretary of the Maritime Administration and Maritime Subsidy Board, or any other persons designated by the Secretary of Transportation, shall act as a member or members of the Board. Each member of the Board, while serving in that capacity, shall act pursuant to direct authority from the Secretary of Transportation and exercise judgment independent of authority otherwise delegated to the Maritime Administrator. The Maritime Administrator or the Acting Maritime Administrator serves as Chairperson of the Board. The concurring votes of two members shall be sufficient for the disposition of any matter which may come before the Board.
(d) The Chairperson of the Maritime Subsidy Board may make use of officers and employees of the Maritime Administration to perform activities for the Board. Employees of the Maritime Administration may be designated as the Secretary or Assistant Secretaries of the Board. (Amdt. 1-164, 46 FR 47460, Sept. 28, 1981, as amended by Amdt. 1-211, 51 FR 29471, Aug. 18, 1986)
1. Director of Budget. The Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs has redelegated to the Director of Budget authority to:
(a) Request apportionment and reapportionment of funds by the Office of Management and Budget, provided that no request for apportionment or reapportionment which anticipates the need for a supplemental appropriation shall be submitted to the Office of Management and Budget without appropriate certification by the Secretary.
(b) Issue allotments or allocations of funds to components of the Department.
2. Chief Counsel, U.S. Coast Guard. (a) The General Counsel, as Judge Advocate General for the U.S. Coast Guard, has delegated to the Chief Counsel, U.S. Coast Guard, pursuant to th Uniform Code of Military Justice, chapter 47 of title 10, United States Code, authority to exercise the following powers and duties:
(1) The authority to recommend assignment for duty of judge advocates under Article 6(a), section 806(a) of title 10, United States Code.
(2) The authority to make field inspections in connection with the administration of military justice under Article 6(a) section 806(a) of Title 10, United States Code.
(3) The authority to designate military judges; to make assignments of, and exercise direct responsibility for, military judges; and to assign, or approve the performance of, other duties of a judicial or nonjudicial nature by military judges under Article 26(c), Section 826(c) of title 10, United States Code.
(4) The authority to forward to a Court of Military Review records that must be re
8 1.68 Delegations to Director of Commer
cial Space Transportation. The Director of Commercial Space Transportation is delegated authority to
(a) Carry out the functions assigned to the Secretary by Executive Order 12465 (February 24, 1984) relating to commercial expendable launch vehicle activities.
(b) Carry out the functions vested in the Secretary by the Commercial
ferred to a Court of Military Review under Article 66(b), section 866(b) of title 10, United States Code.
(5) The authority to instruct the convening authority to take action in accordance with the decision of the Court of Military Review or dismiss the charges under Article 66(e), section 866(e) of title 10, United States Code.
(6) The authority to modify or vacate findings and sentences in cases not reviewed by a Court of Military Review under Article 69, Section 869 of title 10, United States Code.
(7) The authority to certify counsel as competent to perform the duties of trial counsel and defense counsel of a general court-martial under 10 U.S.C. 827(b), Art. 27(b) UCMJ.
(8) The authority to detail appellate Government counsel and appellate defense counsel to perform duties in connection with the review of court-martial cases by the Court of Military Review, the Court of Military Appeals and the Supreme Court.
(9) The authority to perform any other duty and exercise any other power which the General Counsel is authorized or required to perform under the Uniform Code of Military Justice or the Manual for Courts-Martial, with the exception of the following which are reserved to the General Counsel or his or her delegatee within the Office of the General Counsel:
(i) Authority to certify commissioned officers as qualified for duty as military judges under Article 26(b), section 826(b) of title 10, United States Code.
(ii) Authority to establish a Court of Military Review and designate a chief judge of the court under Article 66(a), section 866(a) of title 10, United States Code.
(iii) Authority to order cases sent to the Court of Military Appeals under Article 67(b)(2), section 867(b)(2) of title 10, United States Code.
(iv) Authority to examine records of general courts-martial not reviewed under Article 66, section 866 of title 10, United States Code, and modify or set aside the findings or the sentence, or refer the record to the Court of Military Review under Article 69(a), section 869(a) of title 10, United States Code.
(v) Authority to prescribe rules not inconsistent with the Manual for Courts-Martial to govern the professional supervision and discipline of military trial and appellate judges, judge advocates, and other lawyers who practice in proceedings governed by the UCMJ and Manual for Courts-Martial.
(vi) Authority to make the recommendation of the Judge Advocate General in a court-martial case requiring approval by the Secretary or the President.
(vii) Authority to approve a vacation of supension of dismissal of military personnel.
(b) The authority delegated by paragraph (a)(3) of this section may be redelegated only to the Deputy Chief Counsel.
(c) The Chief Counsel shall make an annual summary report of his actions taken under paragraph (a)(6) of this section of this delegation to the General Counsel of the Department of Transportation (including the number of cases subject to that authority, the number of applications for review filed, and the disposition thereof) for inclusion, as appropriate, in the Judge Advocates General and Court of Military Appeals report to Congress required by Article 67(g), Section 867(g) of title 10, United States Code.
3. Chief Counsels. The General Counsel has delegated to the Chief Counsels the authority delegated to the General Counsel by Amendment 1-41 to part 1 of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, 35 FR 17653, November 17, 1970, as follows:
Section 855 of the Revised Statutes, as amended by Public Law 91-393, 84 Stat. 835 (40 U.S.C. 255) authorizes the Attorney General to delegate to other departments and agencies his authority to give written approval of the sufficiency to the title to land being acquired by the United States. The Attorney General has delegated to the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Land and Natural Resources Division the authority to make delegations under that law to other Federal departments and agencies (35 FR 16084; 28 CFR 0.66). The Assistant Attorney General, Land and Natural Resources Division, has further delegated certain responsibilities in connection with the approval of the sufficiency of the title to land to the Department of Transportation as follows:
DELEGATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPOR
TATION FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE TITLE TO
Pursuant to the provision of Public Law 91-393, approved September 1, 1970, 84 Stat. 835, amending R.S. 355 (40 U.S.C. 255), and acting under the provisions of Order No. 440-70 of the Attorney General, dated October 2, 1970, the responsibility for the approval of the sufficiency of the title to land for the purpose for which the property is being acquired by purchase or condemnation by the United States for the use of your Department is, subject to the general supervision of the Attorney General and to the following conditions, hereby delegated to your Department.
This delegation of authority is further subject to:
1. Compliance with the regulations issued by the Assistant Attorney General on October 2, 1970, a copy of which is enclosed.
2. This delegation is limited to:
SOURCE: Amdt. 3-3, 45 FR 75666, Nov. 17, 1980, unless otherwise noted.
The official seal of the Department of Transportation is described as follows: A white abstract triskelion figure signifying motion appears within a circular blue field. The figure is symmetrical. The three branches of the figure curve outward in a counter-clockwise direction, each tapering almost to a point at the edge of the field. Surrounding the blue circle is a circular ring of letters. The upper half of the ring shows the words “Department of Transportation”. The lower half of the ring shows the words "United States of America". The letters may be shown in either black or medium gray. The official seal of the Department is modified when embossed. It appears below in black and white.
(a) The acquisition of land for which the title evidence, prepared in compliance with these regulations, consists of a certificate of title, title insurance policy, or an owner's duplicate Torrens certificate of title.
(b) The acquisition of lands valued at $100,000 or less, for which the title evidence consists of abstracts of title or other types of title evidence prepared in compliance with said regulations.
As stated in the above-mentioned Act, any Federal department or agency which has been delegated the responsibility to approve land titles under the Act may request the Attorney General to render his opinion as to the validity of the title to any real property or interest therein, or may request the advice or assistance of the Attorney General in connection with determinations as to the sufficiency of titles.
The Chief Counsels of the United States Coast Guard, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Railroad Administration, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, Maritime Administration, and Research and Special Programs Administration are hereby authorized to approve the sufficiency of the title to land being acquired by purchase or condemnation by the United States for the use of their respective organizations. This delegation is subject to the limitations imposed by the Assistant Attorney General, Land and Natural Resources Division, in his delegation to the Department of Transportation. Redelegation of this authority may only be made by the Chief Counsels to attorneys within their respective organizations.
If his organization does not have an attorney experienced and capable in the examination of title evidence, a Chief Counsel may, with the concurrence of the General Counsel, request the Attorney General to (1) furnish an opinion as to the validity of a title to real property or interest therein, or (2) provide advice or assistance in connection with determining the sufficiency of the title. (49 CFR 1.45(a) and 1.53(a); 49 U.S.C. 322) (Amdt. 1-113, 40 FR 43901, Sept. 24, 1975)
EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER CItations affecting the Appendix to part 1, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids section of this volume.
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8 3.3 Authority to affix seal.
(a) The following officials of the Department of Transportation are authorized to affix the official seal of the Department of Transportation to appropriate documents and other materials of the Department, for all purposes, including those authorized by 28 U.S.C. 1733(b): The General Counsel, the Assistant Secretary for Administration, the Commandant of the Coast Guard, the Federal Aviation Administrator, the Federal Highway Administrator, the Federal Railroad Administrator, the Urban Mass Trans
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AUTHORITY: Sec. 9(k), 49 U.S.C. 1657(k).