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Title 10 Part 1002 → Subpart C

Title 10 → Chapter X → Part 1002 → Subpart C

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations e-CFR

Title 10 Part 1002 → Subpart C

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Title 10Chapter XPart 1002 → Subpart C


Title 10: Energy
PART 1002—OFFICIAL SEAL AND DISTINGUISHING FLAG


Subpart C—Distinguishing Flag


Contents
§1002.21   Description of distinguishing flag.
§1002.22   Use of distinguishing flag.

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§1002.21   Description of distinguishing flag.

(a) The base or field of the flag shall be white, and a replica of the official seal shall appear on both sides thereof.

(b)(1) The indoor flag shall be of rayon banner, measure 44 on hoist by 56 on the fly, exclusive of heading and hems, and be fringed on three edges with yellow rayon fringe, 212 wide.

(2) The outdoor flag shall be of heavy weight nylon, and measure either 3 on the hoist by 5 on the fly or 5 on the hoist by 8 on the fly, exclusive of heading and hems.

(c) Each flag shall be manufactured in accordance with U.S. Department of Defense Military Specification Mil-F-2692. The official seal shall be screen printed on both sides, and on each side, the lettering shall read from left to right. Headings shall be Type II in accordance with the Institute of Heraldry Drawing No. 5-1-45E.

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§1002.22   Use of distinguishing flag.

(a) DOE distinguishing flags may be used only:

(1) In the offices of the Secretarial officers, Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and heads of field locations designated below:

Power Administrations.

Regional Offices.

Operations Offices.

Certain Field Offices and other locations as designated by the Director of Administration.

(2) At official DOE ceremonies.

(3) In Department auditoriums, official presentation rooms, hearing rooms, lobbies, public document rooms, and in non-DOE facilities in connection with events or displays sponsored by DOE, and public appearances of DOE officials.

(4) On or in front of DOE installation buildings.

(5) Other such purposes as determined by the Director of Administration.

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