SEC. 2. REQUIREMENT TO PROPOSE FOR DEBARMENT PER-
SONS VIOLATING THE FOREIGN CORRUPT
Subject to subsections (b) and (c), any person found to
be in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of
1977 shall be proposed for debarment from any contract
or grant awarded by the Federal Government within 30
days after the judgment finding such person to be in viola-
tion becomes final.
.—The head of a Federal agency may
waive this Act for a Federal contract or grant. Any such
waiver shall be reported to Congress by the head of the
agency concerned within 30 days from the date of the
waiver, along with an accompanying justification.
.—Upon a determination by the head of a Federal
agency that a person has reported a violation of the For-
eign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 voluntarily to the Fed-
eral Government, the head of the agency may exempt the
person from the applicability of this Act.
.—For purposes of this Act, a
judgment becomes final when all appeals of the judgment
have been finally determined, or all time for filing such
appeals has expired.
.—In this Act:
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