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Appendix A: Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects ("Common Rule")
Pages 149-152

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From page 149...
... In 1981, with this report as foundational background, HHS and the Food and Drug Administration revised, and made as compatible as possible under their respective statutory authorities, their existing human subjects regulations. The Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects or the "Common Rule" was published in 1991 and codified in separate regulations by 15 Federal departments and agencies, as listed below.
From page 150...
... 7 CFR Part 1c Department of Agriculture 10 CFR Part 745 Department of Energy 14 CFR Part 1230 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 15 CFR Part 27 Department of Commerce  National Institute of Standards and Technology 16 CFR Part 1028 Consumer Product Safety Commission 22 CFR Part 225  Agency for International Development (USAID) 24 CFR Part 60  Department of Housing and Urban Development 28 CFR Part 46 Department of Justice National Institute of Justice 32 CFR Part 219 Department of Defense 34 CFR Part 97 Department of Education 38 CFR Part 16 Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research Oversight Office of Research and Development 40 CFR Part 26 Environmental Protection Agency Research and Development 45 CFR Part 46 Department of Health and Human Services 45 CFR Part 690 National Science Foundation 49 CFR Part 11 Department of Transportation Although they have not issued the Common Rule in regulations, three other departments and agencies comply with all subparts of 45 CFR part 46.
From page 151...
... Several non-HHS federal departments and agencies have additional regulations in place for research involving special populations or for human subjects research in general. The federal department/agency that conducts or supports research retains final authority for determining whether an institution has complied with its regulations for the protection of human subjects.

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