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code of federal regulations

Abbreviation: CFR
The list of U.S. government regulations that specify the way certain activities or practices must be carried out and will be enforced. For example, CFR Title 21 recount the rules and regulations that govern the manufacture, handling, and storage of food and drugs; CFR Title 49, Section 105, the general procedures for the transportation of hazardous materials.
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These wastes could be shipped in non-performance packaging as long as the following conditions are met: 1) the packaging used to ship them conforms with the OSHA bloodborne pathogens standards outlined under Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 1910.
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The authors also investigate allegations promulgated, applying grounded-theory research to evidence available publicly, according to experience and Title 21 Part 820 Code of Federal Regulations.
As previously reported, NASA is in the process of amending the NFS by removing from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) those portions of the NFS that NASA believes contain information consisting of internal agency administrative procedures and guidance not controlling to the relationship between NASA and its contractors or prospective contractors.
The Secretary amends the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) to remove obsolete regulations.
The Board is adopting technical amendments to the financial holding company provisions of Regulation Y to restore provisions that were adopted in December 2000, and inadvertently deleted from the Code of Federal Regulations.
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS is operated by the House of Representatives Internet Law Library.
The proposed regulations were issued on July 6, 1995, under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, section 2628, and published in the FEDERAL REGISTER (60 Fed.
Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Daily and Archived Federal Register, State Laws, State Regulations, Native American Tribal Codes, and International Treaties.
Super-Hydro-Grow Organic(TM), the first superabsorbent product certified by OMAS for organic applications, is deemed acceptable for use in growing all edible fruits and vegetables, in accordance with the provisions of the National Organic Program (NOP), the Code of Federal Regulations Title 7, Part 205 (7 CFR 205).
Tenders are invited for the contractor shall perform external quality review (eqr) and related activities for the district~s managed care organizations (mco); prepaid inpatient health plan (pihp); prepaid ambulatory health plan (pahp); primary care case management (pccm) entity (described in 42 code of federal regulations (cfr) part 438 managed care, subpart e quality measurement and improvement; external quality review.
I expect the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and the Department of Labor's Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations to be revised in the near future to implement WDOL processes.