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Title 22Chapter IIPart 212Subpart C → §212.25

Title 22: Foreign Relations
Subpart C—Availability of Information for Public Inspection and Copying

§212.25   Procedures for obtaining materials under this subpart.

(a) The materials required to be made available for public inspection and copying in accordance with this subpart are available to members of the public at USAID's Public Reading Room, Room 1113, 1621 North Kent Street, Rosslyn, Virginia 22209, which is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except on holidays. All such materials are available in electronic form (disks) only; to a reasonable degree, assistance will be provided in use of necessary equipment.

(b) Requests for materials which are available under this subpart should follow the procedures under §212.33(a) of this part.

(c) The direct costs of any necessary duplication will be charged in accordance with the fee schedule set forth in §212.35.

(d) USAID Missions and offices in countries abroad are not responsible for the maintenance of the index and materials available under this subpart. However, insofar as they do have these materials, they will make them available to citizens of the United States who are present in their respective countries upon application made either or in person in writing to the USAID Director, or other principal USAID officer, c/o American Embassy in the applicable country.

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