To Amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act: Hearings, Eighty-eighth Congress, First Session on (H.R. 3299, H.R. 6082, H.R. 6294, H.R. 7340, H.R. 7531, S.777), Bills to Amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act in Order to Increase the Authorization for Appropriations and to Modify the Personnel Security Procedures for Contractor Employees
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10. lappuse - '' In the case of contractors or subcontractors and their officers or employees, actual or prospective, the Director may accept, in lieu of the investigation prescribed in subsection (a) hereof, a report of investigation conducted by a Government agency, other than the Civil Service Commission or the Federal Bureau of Investigation, when it is determined by the Director that the completed Investigation meets the standards established in subsection (a) hereof...
139. lappuse - That no action shall be taken under this or any other law that will obligate the United States to disarm or to reduce or to limit the Armed Forces or armaments of the United States...
9. lappuse - Standards applicable with respect to the security clearance of persons within any category referred to in this subsection shall not be less stringent, and the investigation of such persons for such purposes shall not be less intensive or complete, than in the case of such clearance of persons in a corresponding category under the security procedures of the Government agency or agencies having the highest security restrictions with respect to persons in such category. (b...
202. lappuse - The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking, and thus we drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.
116. lappuse - The association is highly respected at all levels of government for fairness, logic, and a wealth of information and experience with respect to firearms legislation. Our educational programs direct firearms safety throughout the Nation. Both our marksmanship training and hunter safety training programs are recognized as an outstanding public service. The competitive programs for rifle and pistol shooting, both nationally and internationally, are receiving wide public interest with ever-increasing...
155. lappuse - Nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to authorize any policy or action by any Government agency which would interfere with, restrict, or prohibit the acquisition, possession, or use of firearms by an individual for the lawful purpose of personal defense, sport, recreation, education, or training. NEGOTIATIONS AND RELATED FUNCTIONS SEC.
112. lappuse - ... disputes with regard to matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of the United States of America as determined by the United States of America; or c.
2. lappuse - Government agency or agencies having the highest security restrictions with respect to persons in such category. (b) In the case qf contractors or subcontractors and their officers or employees, actual or prospective, the Director may accept, in lieu of the investigation prescribed in subsection (a) hereoj, a report of investigation conducted by a Government agency, other than the Civil Service Commission or the Federal Bureau of Investigation, when it is determined by the Director that the completed...
11. lappuse - No one can predict with certainty, therefore, what further agreements, if any, can be built on the foundations of this one. They could include controls on preparations for surprise attack, or on numbers and types of armaments. There could be further limitations on the spread of nuclear weapons. The important point is that efforts to seek new agreement will go forward.