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Directive:

DINAP BULLETIN 86-04


Status: Cancelled

Subject:
Debt Collection

Purpose:
Purpose. To transmit additional information regarding Federal Register Notice, Debt Collection Act of 1982; Final Rules.

To

All Native American Grantees

From

HERBERT FELLMAN PAUL A. MAYRAND Chief Director Division of Indian and Native Office of Special Programs Targeted Programs

Date

July 14, 1986

Expiration Date

None.

Rescissions:    None.
Text :
Reference. Debt Collection Act of 1982 (P.L. 97-365) , 29 CFR, Part 20 DINAP Bulletin 85-22. Background. The background section in DINAP Bulletin 85-22 refers only to Subpart A of the final rules of the Debt Collection Act of 1982. Subpart B - Administrative Offset and Subpart C - Interest, Penalties and Administrative Costs should have been included. Subparts B and C as well as Subpart A govern the Employment and Training Administration's debt collection activities. Action. Grantees should review and become familiar with all three subparts of the final rules. Effective Date. Immediately. Inquiries. Contact your DINAP Federal Representative.

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