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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XVI → Part 1619

Title 45: Public Welfare


§1619.1   Purpose.
§1619.2   Policy.
§1619.3   Referral to the Corporation.
§1619.4   Exemptions.

Authority: Sec. 1006(b)(1), (42 U.S.C. 2996e(b)(1)); sec. 1008(e), (42 U.S.C. 2996g(e)).

Source: 42 FR 4848, Jan. 26, 1977, unless otherwise noted.

§1619.1   Purpose.

This part is designed to insure disclosure of information that is a valid subject of public interest in the activities of a recipient.

§1619.2   Policy.

A recipient shall adopt a procedure for affording the public appropriate access to the Act, Corporation rules, regulations and guidelines, the recipient's written policies, procedures, and guidelines, the names and addresses of the members of its governing body, and other materials that the recipient determines should be disclosed. The procedure adopted shall be subject to approval by the Corporation.

§1619.3   Referral to the Corporation.

If a person requests information, not required to be disclosed by this part, that the Corporation may be required to disclose pursuant to part 1602 of this chapter implementing the Freedom of Information Act, the recipient shall either provide the information or inform the person seeking it how to request it from the Corporation.

§1619.4   Exemptions.

Nothing in this part shall require disclosure of:

(a) Any information furnished to a recipient by a client;

(b) The work product of an attorney or paralegal;

(c) Any material used by a recipient in providing representation to clients;

(d) Any matter that is related solely to the internal personnel rules and practices of the recipient; or

(e) Personnel, medical, or similar files.

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