PART 403—TESTIMONY BY EMPLOYEES AND THE PRODUCTION OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS
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|403.100||When can an SSA employee testify or produce information or records in legal proceedings?|
|403.105||What is the relationship between this part and 20 CFR parts 401 and 402?|
|403.110||What special definitions apply to this part?|
|403.115||When does this part apply?|
|403.120||How do you request testimony?|
|403.125||How will we handle requests for records, information, or testimony involving SSA's Office of the Inspector General?|
|403.130||What factors may the Commissioner consider in determining whether SSA will grant your application for testimony?|
|403.135||What happens to your application for testimony?|
|403.140||If the Commissioner authorizes testimony, what will be the scope and form of that testimony?|
|403.145||What will SSA do if you have not satisfied the conditions in this part or in 20 CFR part 401 or 402?|
|403.150||Is there a fee for our services?|
|403.155||Does SSA certify records?|
Authority: Secs. 702(a)(5) and 1106 of the Act, (42 U.S.C. 902(a)(5) and 1306); 5 U.S.C. 301; 31 U.S.C. 9701.
Source: 66 FR 2809, Jan. 12, 2001, unless otherwise noted.