IRPTA

AcronymDefinition
IRPTAIllinois Responsible Property Transfer Act
References in periodicals archive ?
For those individuals who do not already possess an active security clearance, the IRPTA of 200466 allows the President-elect to submit to the FBI or other appropriate agency the names of candidates to be nominated for high-level national security positions through the position of departmental under secretary as soon as possible after the date of the general elections.
Consistent with recommendations contained in the 9/11 Commission report, the IRPTA of 2004 (92) provides a sense of the Congress regarding an expedited consideration of individuals nominated by the President-elect to be confirmed by the Senate.
Consistent with section 7601 of IRPTA of 2004 and a recommendation contained in the 9/11 Commission report, (90) Congress requires the outgoing Administration to "prepare a detailed classified, compartmented summary by the relevant outgoing executive branch officials of specific operational threats to national security; major military or covert operations; and pending decisions on possible uses of military force." To assist with Administration national security-related transition efforts, the Act also requires the aforementioned summaries to be provided to the President-elect "as soon as possible after the date of the general elections." (91)
For those individuals who do not already possess an active security clearance, the IRPTA of 2004 (94) allows the President-elect to submit to the FBI or other appropriate agency the names of candidates to be nominated for high-level national security positions through the level of under secretary as soon as possible after the date of the general elections.