Part 2 - DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY BY THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT  


Subpart A — General
§ 2.1 Establishment of the Department.
§ 2.2 Authority of the Secretary to prescribe regulations.
§ 2.3 Authority of the Secretary to delegate authority.
§ 2.4 General officers.
§ 2.5 Order in which officers of the Department shall act as Secretary.
Subpart B — General Delegations of Authority by the Secretary of Agriculture
§ 2.6 Designation of first assistants.
§ 2.7 Authority to supervise and direct.
§ 2.8 Delegations of authority to agency heads to order that the United States flag be flown at half-staff.
§ 2.9 Additional delegations.
§ 2.10 Limitations.
§ 2.11 New principles and periodic reviews.
§ 2.12 Secretary and general officers not precluded from exercising delegated powers.
§ 2.13 Status of prior delegations.
Subpart C — Delegations of Authority to the Deputy Secretary, Under Secretaries, and Assistant Secretaries
§ 2.15 Deputy Secretary.
§ 2.16 Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services.
§ 2.17 Under Secretary for Rural Development.
§ 2.18 Under Secretary for Food Safety.
§ 2.19 Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services.
§ 2.20 Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment.
§ 2.21 Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics.
§ 2.22 Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs.
§ 2.23 Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations.
§ 2.24 Assistant Secretary for Administration.
§ 2.25 Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.
Subpart D — Delegations of Authority to Other General Officers and Agency Heads
§ 2.27 Office of Administrative Law Judges.
§ 2.28 Chief Financial Officer.
§ 2.29 Chief Economist.
§ 2.30 Director, Office of Budget and Program Analysis.
§ 2.31 General Counsel.
§ 2.33 Inspector General.
§ 2.34 Director, National Appeals Division.
§ 2.35 Judicial Officer.
§ 2.36 Director, Office of Communications.
§ 2.37 Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.
§ 2.38 Director, Office of Tribal Relations.
Subpart E [Reserved]
Subpart F — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services
§ 2.40 Deputy Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services.
§ 2.42 Administrator, Farm Service Agency.
§ 2.43 Administrator, Foreign Agricultural Service.
§ 2.44 Administrator, Risk Management Agency and Manager, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.
Subpart G — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Rural Development
§ 2.45 Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development.
§ 2.47 Administrator, Rural Utilities Service.
§ 2.48 Administrator, Rural Business-Cooperative Service.
§ 2.49 Administrator, Rural Housing Service.
Subpart H — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Food Safety
§ 2.51 Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety.
§ 2.53 Administrator, Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Subpart I — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services
§ 2.55 Deputy Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services.
§ 2.57 Administrator, Food and Nutrition Service.
Subpart J — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment
§ 2.59 Deputy Under Secretaries for Natural Resources and Environment.
§ 2.60 Chief, Forest Service.
§ 2.61 Chief, Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Subpart K — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics
§ 2.63 Deputy Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics.
§ 2.65 Administrator, Agricultural Research Service.
§ 2.66 Director, National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
§ 2.67 Administrator, Economic Research Service.
§ 2.68 Administrator, National Agricultural Statistics Service.
§ 2.69 Director, Office of the Chief Scientist.
Subpart L — Delegations of Authority by the Chief Economist
§ 2.70 Deputy Chief Economist.
§ 2.71 Director, Office of Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis.
§ 2.72 Chairman, World Agricultural Outlook Board.
§ 2.73 Director, Office of Energy Policy and New Uses.
§ 2.74 Director, Climate Change Program Office.
§ 2.75 Director, Office of Environmental Markets.
Subpart M [Reserved]
Subpart N — Delegations of Authority by the Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs
§ 2.77 Deputy Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs.
§ 2.79 Administrator, Agricultural Marketing Service.
§ 2.80 Administrator, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
§ 2.81 Administrator, Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration.
Subpart O — Delegations of Authority by the Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations
§ 2.83 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations.
§ 2.85 Director, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.
Subpart P — Delegations of Authority by the Assistant Secretary for Administration
§ 2.87 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration.
§ 2.88 Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.
§ 2.89 Chief Information Officer.
§ 2.90 Chief Financial Officer.
§ 2.91 Director, Office of Human Resources Management.
§ 2.92 Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.
§ 2.93 Director, Office of Procurement and Property Management.
§ 2.94 Director, Office of Advocacy and Outreach.
§ 2.95 Director, Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Coordination.
§ 2.96 Director, Office of Operations.
§ 2.97 Director, Office of the Executive Secretariat.
§ 2.98 Director, Management Services.
Subpart Q — Delegations of Authority by the General Counsel
§ 2.200 Principal Deputy General Counsel.
§ 2.201 Director, Office of Ethics.
§ 2.202 Deputy Director, Office of Ethics.
Subpart R — Delegations of Authority by the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
§ 2.300 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.
Subpart S — Delegations of Authority by the Chief Information Officer
§ 2.400 Deputy Chief Information Officer.
Subpart T — Delegations of Authority by the Chief Financial Officer
§ 2.500 Deputy Chief Financial Officer.
§ 2.501 Director, Office of Budget and Program Analysis.

Authority

5 U.S.C. 301 and Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1953.

Source

60 FR 56393, Nov. 8, 1995, unless otherwise noted.