Principles of Federal Appropriations Law: Annual Update of by United States Government Accountability Office

By United States Government Accountability Office

The authors are happy to provide the yearly replace of the 3rd version of Volumes I and II of "Principles of Federal Appropriations Law". Their target during this book is to offer a cumulative complement to the broadcast 3rd version textual content that comes with all correct judgements from 1 January to 31 December 2007.

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301,1 to issue regulations to govern the internal affairs of the agency. Regulations in this category may include such subjects as conflicts of interest, employee travel, and delegations to organizational components. This statute is nothing more than a grant of authority for what are called “housekeeping” regulations. Chrysler Corp. v. S. 281, 309 (1979); Smith v. 3d 875, 878 (4th Cir. 1998), cert. S. 826 (1999); NLRB v. 2d 868, 875 (5th Cir. 1961). ” United States v. S. 14, 20 (1913); B-302582, Sept.

6, 2004 (agency could not charge authorized activities such as cost comparison studies to an appropriation that specifically prohibits its use for such studies). Anything less would render congressional control largely meaningless. An earlier Treasury Comptroller was of the opinion that the statute did not make any new law, but merely codified what was already required under the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution. 4 Lawrence, First Comp. Dec. 137, 142 (1883). 2. C. § 1301(a) comes into play to restrict the use of the appropriation to these purposes only, together with one final generic category of payments—payments authorized under general legislation applicable to all or a defined group of agencies and not requiring specific appropriations.

See Robinson v. S. 337, 343 (1997) (“[o]nce it is established that the term ‘employees’ includes former employees in some sections, but not in others, the term standing alone is necessarily ambiguous”). Page 2-90 – Insert the following before the last partial paragraph: In 2007, the Court applied the exception described in the Cleveland Indians Baseball Club case in Environmental Defense v. S. ___, 127 S. Ct. 1423 (2007) (upholding differing regulatory definitions of the same statutory term contained in two sections of the Clean Air Act).

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