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TABULATION OF EXECUTIVE ORDERS DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE

REGULATIONS IN THIS TITLE-Continued

E. O. No.

Date

Subject

Citation

11088..

28 F.R. 1837; 3 CFR, 1983

Supp.

11089...

11090....

11091..

11092..--

1969
Feb. 26.- Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Secretary

of the Treasury.
Feb. 26.- Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Atomic

Energy Commission.
Feb. 26.- Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Civil

Aeronautics Board.
Feb. 26.- Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Civil

Service Commission.
Feb. 26 - Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Federal

Communications Commission.
Feb. 26 - Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Admin-

istrator of General Services.
Feb. 26 - Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Board

of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal
Home Loan Bank Board, the Farm Credit Administra-
tion, the Export-Import Bank of Washington, the Board
of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
the Administrator of Small Business Administration, the

Administrator of Veterans Affairs.
Feb. 26. Assigning emergency preparedness functions to the Board

of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Rail-
road Retirement Board, the Administrator of the National
Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Federal Power
Commission, the Director of the National Science Foun-
dation.

28 F.R. 1839; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp. 28 F.R. 1841; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp. 28 F.R. 1843; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp: 28 F.R. 1847; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp. 28 F.R. 1851; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp. 28 F.R. 1855; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp.

11093..--

11094.

11095.

28 F.R. 1859; 3 CFR, 1963

Supp.

11161

1964 July 8... Relating to certain relationships between the Department 29 F. R. 9317, 3 CFR 1964 Supp.

of Defense and the Federal Aviation Agency. Sept. 24. Providing for the National Defense Executive Reserve.. 29 F. R. 13239, 3 CFR 1964

Supp.

11179.

NOTE: For delegations and redelegations of authority stemming from the Defense Production Act of 1950, and for statements of organization and functions of the various agencies established under authority derived from the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended, and related Presidential documents, see the annual Federal Register indexes for 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, and 1955, under the names of the agencies.

Note: This chapter contains many references to agencies which have been abolished and whose functions have been transferred; no attempt has been made to correct these references in this revised volume where such corrections were not made by the agency affected. The following tabulation indicates these transfers, and cites the orders affecting them.

Abolished agency

Functions transferred to

Order

National Production Auth

ority.

Office of Rent Stabilization.

National Security Resources

Board.
Defense Production Admin-

istration.
Defense Materials Procure-

ment Agency.

Mutual Security Agency.
Wage Stabilization Board,

ESA.

Economic Stabilization

Agency.
Federal Security Agency.

Business and Defense Services Order, Secretary of Commerce,

Administration (Ch. VI of 18 F.R. 6503, Oct. 10, 1953.

this title).
Defense Rental Areas Divi- E.O. 10475, July 31, 1953 (3
sion, Office of Defense

CFR, 1953 Supp.).
Mobilization.

DMO 1-6 of this chapter.1
Director, Office of Defense Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1953 (3
Mobilization.

CFR, 1953 Supp.).
Office of Defense Mobilization. E.O. 10433, Feb. 4, 1953 (3

CFR, 1953 Supp.).
General Services Administra- E.O. 10480, Aug. 20, 1953 (3
tion (Ch. XIV of this

CFR, 1953 Supp.). title).2 Foreign Operations Adminis- Reorg. Plan No. 7 of 1953 (3 tration.

CFR, 1953 Supp.).
(Wage and salary controls were suspended by E.O. 10434, Feb.

6, 1953 (3, CFR 1953 Supp.). Statutory authority expired
Apr. 30, 1953.).
Director, Office of Defense E.O. 10480, Aug. 14, 1953 (3
Mobilization.

CFR, 1953 Supp.). Department of Health, Edu- Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1953 (3 cation, and Welfare.

CFR, 1953 Supp.). Interstate Commerce Com- Organization Order DTA 1, mission.

as amended June 27, 1955,

20 F.R. 4550, June 28, 1955. Office of Minerals Exploration DMEA Order 1, Revised, Ad(30 CFR, Chapter III). ministrator DMEA, 23 F.R.

4003, June 7, 1958; Order 2833, Acting Secretary of the Interior, 23 F.R. 7554, Sept.

27, 1958. Office of Civil and Defense Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1958, 23 Mobilization.

F.R. 4991, July 1, 1958, 3 CFR, 1958 Supp., as amended by Pub. Law 85–763, Aug.

26, 1958; 72 Stat. 861. Office of Emergency Planning. Reorg. Plan No. 1 of 1958, 23

F.R. 4991, July 1, 1958, 3 CFR, 1954–1958 Comp., p. 447, as amended by Pub. Law 87–296, Sept. 22, 1961; 75 Stat. 630.

Defense Transport Admin

istration.

Defense Minerals Explora

tion Administration.

Office of Defense Mobiliza

tion.

Office of Civil and Defense

Mobilization.

1 DMO I-6 was revoked, 19 F.R. 4033, July 2, 1954. 2 Ch. XIV was deleted, 27 F.R. 8880, Sept. 6, 1960.

DMO I-11-Delegation of authority to issue payment certificates under section

168 (g) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. DMO 1-12—Assignment of defense mobilization responsibilities to the U. S. De

partment of Defense. DMO I-19—Dispersion and protective construction; policy, criteria, responsi

bilities. DMO III-1-Policy directive governing issuance of tax amortization certificates

under section 124A 2 of the Internal Revenue Code, and defining the extent to which accelerated amortization can be allowed as a cost in negotiated contract

pricing DMO III-1, Supp. 1–Policy for the establishment of expansion goals for tax

amortization. DMO VI-2—Policy guidance and delegation of responsibility with respect to

transportation in preparation for attack conditions, under attack conditions, and

in post-attack rehabilitation. DMO VII-7—Maintenance of the mobilization base (Department of Defense,

Atomic Energy Commission and the Maritime Administration). DMO VII-7, Supp. 1-Emergency action for maintenance of the mobilization

base under disaster conditions. DMO 3000.1 Procedures for obtaining telecommunication resources for use during

a national emergency. DMO 8400.1 Defense production; priorities and allocations authority. DMO 8500.1A-Guidance on priority use of resources in immediate postattack

period. DMO 8505.1--National security policy governing scientific and engineering man

power. DMO 8540.1 Health manpower occupations. DMO 8550.1–Program for expansion of supplies of materials needed for defense

purposes in the event of a major disaster (as defined and determinated under

P.L. 875, 81st Congress (42 U.S.C. 1855)). DMO 8550.2—Provision of materials under Government control as needed to

supplement supplies commercially available in the event of a major disaster (as

defined and determinated under P.L. 875, 81st Congress (42 U.S.C. 1855)). DMO 8555.1 OEP policy guidance on Government-owned production equipment. DMO 8600.1-General policies for strategic and critical materials stockpiling. DMO 9700.1- The National Defense Executive Reserve. DMP 4Placement of procurement and facilities in areas of persistent or sub

stantial labor surplus. GAO 1-2-Administrative proceedings under Title IV of the Defense Production

Act of 1950, as amended. OCDM Reg. 1B-Issuance of necessity certificates under section 168 of the Inter

nal Revenue Code of 1954.

ODM Reg. 2—Providing for the issuance of payment certificates under section

124A *(g) of the Internal Revenue Code. ODM Reg. 3—Preservation of wage and salary records under Defense Production

Act. OEP Reg. 4-Regulations under section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. OEP Reg. 5—Civil Rights. OEP Reg. 6—Employee responsibilities and conduct.

*Section 168, Internal Revenue Code of 1954.

66-078 0-67-2

DMO 1-11-DELEGATION OF AU

THORITY TO ISSUE PAYMENT CERTIFICATES UNDER SECTION 168lg) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 By virtue of the authority vested in me by Executive Order 10480, dated August 14, 1953, and pursuant to ODM Regulation No. 2, dated August 31, 1954, my authority to issue Payment Certificates under section 168 (g) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (formerly section 124A (g) in regard to payments for the unamortized cost of emergency facilities, is hereby delegated to:

(1) The Secretary of Defense in regard to such payments authorized by the Secretary or his designees.

(2) The Administrator of General Services in regard to such payments authorized by the Administrator or his designees. (DMO I–11, 19 F.R. 6067, Sept. 21, 1954)

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DMO 1-12—ASSIGNMENT OF DE

FENSE MOBILIZATION RESPONSI-
BILITIES TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT
OF DEFENSE

By virtue of the authority vested in me pursuant to the National Security Act of 1947, as amended; Reorganization Plan No. 3, effective June 12, 1953; the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended; Executive Order 10480 of August 14, 1953: the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act of 1946, as amended; and in order to facilitate the coordination of Federal policies and programs for current defense activities and readiness for any future mobilization, it is hereby ordered:

1. The Secretary of Defense will be responsible for the development and administration of the industrial mobilization measures listed in paragraph 2 below. The functions listed are those upon which the development of the coordinated industrial mobilization program for the Government as a whole requires advice or action by the Department of Defense.

2. The industrial mobilization measures for which the Secretary of Defense is responsible are as follows:

(a) Provide specific strategic guidance as required for mobilization planning

and programming, including, for example, advice regarding such factors as geographic accessibility or overseas areas and estimated shipping losses in the event of war.

(b) Develop and furnish quantitative military production requirements for selected end-items, consistent with defined military concepts, and supporting requirements for materials, components, production facilities, production equipment, petroleum, food, transportation and other services needed to carry out specified Department of Defense current and mobilization procurement, construction and production programs. The items and supporting resources to be included in such requirements, the periods to be covered, and the dates for their submission to the Office of Emergency Planning will be determined by mutual agreement between the Secretary of Defense and the Director of the Office of Emergency Planning.

(c) Advise and assist the Office of Emergency Planning in developing a national system of production urgencies.

(d) Advise and assist the Office of Emergency Planning in developing a system for the international allocation of critical materials and products among the United States and the various foreign claimants in the event of mobilization or attack on the United States.

(e) Administer priorities and allocations authority delegated to the Department of Defense. Authorize procurement and production schedules and make allotments of controlled materials pursuant to program determinations of the Office of Emergency Planning.

(f) Assist the Department of Commerce and other appropriate agencies in the development of the production and distribution controls plans for use in event of mobilization or attack on the United States.

(g) Develop with industry plans for the procurement and production of selected military equipment and supplies needed to fulfill mobilization requirements, making maximum use of plants in dispersed locations, and, where essential and appropriate, providing for alternative sources of supply in order to minimize the effects of enemy attack.

(h) Develop with industry plans and programs for minimizing the effect of attack damage to plants producing selected major items of military equipment and supply.

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