- Public Inspection
- Justice Department 2
- Transportation Department 2
- Agriculture Department 1
- Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Bureau 1
- Drug Enforcement Administration 1
- Reporting and recordkeeping requirements 4
- Administrative practice and procedure 3
- Security measures 2
- Aged 1
- Authority delegations (Government agencies) 1
Determining Eligibility for Free and Reduced Price Meals in Schools-Verification Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements
This final rule amends the reporting and recordkeeping requirements under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (SBP) relating to the verification of applications for free and reduced price meal benefits under the NSLP and the SBP. In spite of the efforts of school food authorities and State agencies to ensure the...
We are revising our regulations to implement a law that will enhance our access to financial account information of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) applicants and recipients and other individuals whose income and resources we consider as being available to the applicant or recipient.
Implementation of the Safe Explosives Act, Title XI, Subtitle C of Public Law 107-296-Delivery of Explosive Materials by Common or Contract Carrier
The Department of Justice is amending current regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to remove the requirement that common or contract carriers taking possession of explosive materials for delivery to a licensee or permittee complete ATF Form 5400.8 (Explosives Delivery Record) prior to taking possession of...
The Research and Special Programs Administration's (RSPA) Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) is changing several safety standards for hazardous liquid and carbon dioxide pipelines. The changes, which concern welder qualifications, backfilling, records, training, and signs, are based on recommendations by the National Association of Pipeline Safety...
The Controlled Substances Import and Export Act (CSI&EA) authorizes the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to accommodate travelers who have a legitimate medical need for controlled substances during their journey. The CSI&EA allows DEA to issue a regulation exempting travelers from application of the CSI&EA requirements regarding importation...
This document corrects the CFR text to a proposed rule published in the Federal Register on August 19, 2003, regarding Hazardous Materials Safety Permits. The CFR text includes multiple incorrect cross-references to Sec. 385.403(a) and a single incorrect cross-reference to Sec. 385.405(e). This action corrects these errors.