12101 – 12213). (b) reporting the total compensation of ENF executives. (1) Applicability and information to be declared. The ENDE must declare total compensation for each of the five most compensated EXECUTIVEs of the ENF for the past year if (i) the total funding authorized so far under this federal bonus is equal to or greater than USD 25,000; (ii) In the previous fiscal year, the ENF – A) received 80% or more of the ENF`s gross annual revenues from federal contracts (and subcontracts) and federal financial assistance, in accordance with the Transparency Act 2 CFR 170.320 (and sub-premiums), and (B) USD 25,000,000 or more in gross annual contract revenue federal (and subcontracting) and federal financial assistance within the meaning of the Transparency Act within the meaning of 2 CFR 170.320 (and sub-primes). (iii) the public does not have access to executive compensation information through periodic reports, pursuant to section 13 (a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.C 78m(a), 78o (d)) or Section 6104 of the 1986 Internal Revenue Code. (To determine whether the public has access to compensation information, see the total amount of U.S. Security and Exchange Commission claims under www.sec.gov/answers/execomp.htm.) All NSFs must meet the requirements of the U.S. S.C 3729-3733, which prohibits the filing of false or fraudulent payment fees to the federal government. See 31 U.S.C 3801-3812, which explains administrative remedies for allegations and misrepresentations. All NFS must meet the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.C. s. 2000d ff.), which provides that no person in the United States, because of their race, skin colour or national origin, is excluded from participating in a program or activity that receives federal financial support that denies them the benefits of a program or activity that receives federal financial support.