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Treasury Order 102-14

 

Sunset Review:  March 24, 2007

 

SUBJECT: Delegation of Authority with Respect to the Department of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund

 

1.          DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY.  By virtue of the authority vested in the Secretary of the Treasury, including the authority in 31 U.S.C. 321(b), it is hereby ordered that the functions, powers and duties of the Secretary in connection with the operation and administration of the Department of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund (hereinafter, the "Fund"), as established by the Treasury Forfeiture Fund Act of 1992, section 638 of Public Law 102-393 (codified as amended at 31 U.S.C. 9703), are delegated as follows:

 

            a.          Except as specifically delegated herein to the Assistant Secretary for Management and Chief Financial Officer ("CFO"), all functions, powers and duties of the Secretary with respect to the Fund are delegated to the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes).

 

2.          DUTIES AND POWERS.  The functions performed by the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes) with respect to the Fund shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

 

      a.    ensure that the Fund� s activities with all Treasury bureaus and other agencies constitute a coordinated approach to Fund operation;

      b.    ensure that the Fund employs sound management practices;

 

      c.    provide the Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO with budgetary and financial information;

 

      d.    coordinate planned capital investments in seized asset systems across all Treasury enforcement bureaus, including the Internal Revenue Service, and obtain approval from the Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO or his or her designee prior to obligating any funds for such purposes;

 

      e.    determine all distributions from the Fund, including the amounts to be distributed and the purposes for which distributed amounts may be used by any Treasury law enforcement organization and any other appropriate entity; and

 

      f.     make obligations and incur expenditures within the budgetary resources available from the Fund.

 

3.          RESPONSIBILITIES.  The Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO, with respect to the Fund, shall:

 

      a.    perform the functions that are assigned to the Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO by any Treasury Order pertaining to the budget formulation or execution process, including Treasury Order (TO) 102-13, "Delegation of Authority Concerning Budget Matters," or successor Order;

 

      b.    provide the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes) with consultation and assistance on management issues as necessary to facilitate the operation of the Fund;

 

      c.    review and approve proposals for capital investments in seized asset systems presented by the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes);

 

      d.    exercise personnel management authority granted under TO 102-01, "Delegation of Authority Concerning Personnel Management" and TO 102-08, "Authority to Take Final Action with Respect to Prohibited Personnel Practice," or successor Orders;

 

      e.    exercise authority as Head of Agency for procurement matters as specified by TO 101-30, "Designation of 'Head of Agency' for Procurement Matters," or successor Order; and

 

      f.    perform any other management functions which are delegated by the Secretary to, or vested in, the Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO.

 

4.          DELEGATION. The Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes) and Assistant Secretary for Management and CFO may redelegate or assign any authority delegated to them by this Order.

 

5.          CANCELLATION.  TO 102-14, "Delegation of Authority with Respect to the Department of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund," dated January 14, 2000, is superseded.

 

6.          OFFICE OF PRIMARY INTEREST.   Deputy Assistant Secretary (Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes) 
  
 

                                                                                                /S/ 
                                                                                                John W. Snow
                                                                                                Secretary of the Treasury

 

 

 
Last Updated: 11/4/2010 10:00 PM

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