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Subchapter A—Acquisition

Part Table of Contents Headings
1   [Reserved]
2 2.1 to 2.5 Pilot Program Policy
3 3.1 to 3.9 Transactions other than Contracts, Grants, or Cooperative Agreements for Prototype Projects
4-8   [Reserved]

Subchapter B—Military Commissions

9 9.1 to 9.12 Procedures for Trials by Military Commissions of Certain Non-United States Citizens in the War Against Terrorism
10 10.1 to 10.8 Military Commission Instructions
11 11.1 to 11.6 Crimes and Elements for Trials by Military Commission
12 12.1 to 12.5 Responsibilities of the Chief Prosecutor, Prosecutors, and Assistant Prosecutors
13 13.1 to 13.5 Responsibilities of the Chief Defense Counsel, Detailed Defense Counsel, and Civilian Defense Counsel
14 14.1 to 14.3 Qualification of Civilian Defense Counsel
15 15.1 to 15.3 Reporting Relationships for Military Commission Personnel
16 16.1 to 16.4 Sentencing
17 17.1 to 17.6 Administrative Procedures
18 18.1 to 18.6 Appointing Authority for Military Commissions
19-20   [Reserved]

Subchapter C—DoD Grant and Agreement Regulations

21 21.100 to 21.680 DoD Grants and Agreements General Matters
22 22.100 to 22.825 DoD Grants and Agreements AWarD and Administration
26 26.100 to 26.670 Government-wide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (Financial Assistance)
28 28.100 to 28.605 New Restrictions on Lobbying
32 32.1 to 32.73 Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and other Non-Profit Organizations
33 33.1 to 33.52 Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments
34 34.1 to 34.63 Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements with for-Profit Organizations
37 37.100 to 37.1375 Technology Investment Agreements

Subchapter D—Personnel, Military and Civilian

44 44.1 to 44.5 Screening the Ready Reserve
45 45.1 to 45.4 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD Form 214/5 Series)
47 47.1 to 47.6 Active Duty Service for Civilian or Contractual Groups
48 48.101 to 48.604 Retired Serviceman's Family Protection Plan
50 50.1 to 50.7 Personal Commercial Solicitation on DoD Installations
53 53.1 to 53.2 Wearing of the Uniform
54 54.1 to 54.6 Allotments for Child and Spousal Support
56 56.1 to 56.10 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap in Programs and Activities Assisted or Conducted by the Department of Defense
57 57.1 to 57.6 Provision of Early Intervention and Special Education Services to Eligible DoD Dependents
64 64.1 to 64.5 Management and Mobilization of Regular and Reserve Retired Military Members
65 65.1 to 65.8 Post-9/11 GI Bill
67 67.1 to 67.6 Educational Requirements for Appointment of Reserve Component Officers to a Grade Above First Lieutenant or Lieutenant (Junior Grade)
69 69.1 to 69.6 School Boards for Department of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools
70 70.1 to 70.11 Discharge Review Board (DRB) Procedures and Standards
74 74.1 to 74.2 Appointment of Doctors of Osteopathy as Medical Officers
77 77.1 to 77.6 Program to Encourage Public and Community Service
78 78.1 to 78.7 Voluntary State Tax Withholding from Retired Pay
80 80.1 to 80.6 Provision of Early Intervention Services to Eligible Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and their Families, and Special Education Children with Disabilities Within the Section 6 School Arrangements
81 81.1 to 81.3 Paternity Claims and Adoption Proceedings Involving Members and Former Members of the Armed Forces
85 85.1 to 85.6 Health Promotion
86 86.1 to 86.6 Criminal History Background Checks on Individuals in Child Care Services
88 88.1 to 88.6 Transition Assistance for Military Personnel
93 93.1 to 93.7 Acceptance of Service of Process; Release of Official Information in Litigation; and Testimony by NSA Personnel as Witnesses
94 94.1 to 94.5 Naturalization of Aliens Serving in the Armed Forces of the United States and of Alien Spouses and/or Alien Adopted Children of Military and Civilian Personnel Ordered Overseas
96 96.1 to 96.6 Acquisition and Use of Criminal History Record Information by the Military Services
97 97.1 to 97.6 Release of Official Information in Litigation and Testimony by DoD Personnel as Witnesses
99 99.1 to 99.9 Procedures for States and Localities to Request Indemnification
100 100.1 to 100.6 Unsatisfactory Performance of Ready Reserve Obligation
101 101.1 to 101.8 Participation in Reserve Training Programs
104 104.1 to 104.6 Civilian Employment and Reemployment Rights of Applicants for, and Service Members and Former Service Members of the Uniformed Services
107 107.1 to 107.6 Personal Services Authority for Direct Health Care Providers
108 108.1 to 108.6 Health Care Eligibility Under the Secretarial Designee Program and Related Special Authorities
110 110.1 to 110.6 Standardized Rates of Subsistance Allowance and Commutation Instead of Uniforms for Members of the Senior Reserve Officers' Training Corps
112 112.1 to 112.7 Indebtedness of Military Personnel
113 113.1 to 113.6 Indebtedness Procedures of Military Personnel
142 142.1 to 142.5 Copyrighted Sound and Video Recordings
143 143.1 to 143.8 DoD Policy on Organizations that Seek to Represent or Organize Members of the Armed Forces in Negotiation or Collective Bargaining
144 144.1 to 144.6 Service by Members of the Armed Forces on State and Local Juries
145 145.1 to 145.6 Cooperation with the Office of Special Counsel of the Merit Systems Protection Board
147 147.1 to 147.33 Adjudicative Guidelines for Determining Eligibility for Access to Classified Information
148 148.1 to 148.14 National Policy and Implementation of Reciprocity of Facilities
149 149.1 to 149.3 Policy on Technical Surveillance Countermeasures

Subchapter E—Regulations Pertaining to Military Justice

150 150.1 to 150.28 Courts of Criminal Appeals Rules of Practice and Procedure
151 151.1 to 151.7 Status of Forces Policies and Information
152 152.1 to 152.5 Review of the Manual for Courts-Marital
153 153.1 to 153.5 Criminal Jurisdiction over Civilians Employed by or Accompanying the Armed Forces Outside the United States, Certain Service Members, and Former Service Members

Subchapter F—Security

154 154.1 to 154.78 Department of Defense Personnel Security Program Regulation
155 155.1 to 155.6 Defense Industrial Personnel Security Clearance Program
156 156.1 to 156.4 Department of Defense Personnel Security Program (DoDPSP)
159 159.1 to 159.6 Private Security Contractors Operating in Contingency Operations

Subchapter G—Defense Contracting

162 162.1 to 162.7 Productivity Enhancing Capital Investment (PECI)
165 165.1 to 165.7 Recoupment of Nonrecurring Costs on Sales of U.S. Items
168A 168a.1 to 168a.5 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowships
169 169.1 to 169.5 Commercial Activities Program
169A 169a.1 to 169a.22 Commercial Activities Program Procedures
171 171.1 to 171.8 Implementation of Wildfire Supression Aircraft Transfer Act of 1996
172 172.1 to 172.6 Disposition of Proceeds from DoD Sales of Surplus Personal Property
173 173.1 to 173.3 Competitive Information Certificate and Profit Reduction Clause

Subchapter H—ClosureS and Realignment

174 174.1 to 174.18 Revitalizing Base Closure Communities and Addressing Impacts of Realignment
175   [Reserved]
176 176.1 to 176.45 Revitalizing Base Closure Communities and Community Assistance Community Redevelopment and Homeless Assistance
179 179.1 to 179.7 Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol (MRSPP)

Subchapter I—Civil Defense

185 185.1 to 185.6 Military Support to Civil Authorities (MSCA)

Subchapters J-K—[Reserved]

Subchapter L—Environment

187 187.1 to 187.6 Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Department of Defense Actions
188-190   [Reserved]