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Title 6Chapter IPart 5


TITLE 6—Domestic Security

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

PART 5—DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION

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Subpart A—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

§5.1
General provisions.
§5.2
Public reading rooms.
§5.3
Requirements for making requests.
§5.4
Responsibility for responding to requests.
§5.5
Timing of responses to requests.
§5.6
Responses to requests.
§5.7
Classified information.
§5.8
Business information.
§5.9
Appeals.
§5.10
Preservation of records.
§5.11
Fees.
§5.12
Other rights and services.
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Subpart B—PRIVACY ACT

§5.20
General provisions.
§5.21
Requests for access to records.
§5.22
Responsibility for responding to requests for access to records.
§5.23
Responses to requests for access to records.
§5.24
Classified information.
§5.25
Appeals.
§5.26
Requests for amendment or correction of records.
§5.27
Requests for an accounting of record disclosures.
§5.28
Preservation of records.
§5.29
Fees.
§5.30
Notice of court-ordered and emergency disclosures.
§5.31
Security of systems of records.
§5.32
Contracts for the operation of record systems.
§5.33
Use and collection of social security numbers.
§5.34
Standards of conduct for administration of the Privacy Act.
§5.35
Sanctions and penalties.
§5.36
Other rights and services.
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Subpart C—DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION IN LITIGATION

§5.41
Purpose and scope; definitions.
§5.42
Service of summonses and complaints.
§5.43
Service of subpoenas, court orders, and other demands or requests for official information or action.
§5.44
Testimony and production of documents prohibited unless approved by appropriate Department officials.
§5.45
Procedure when testimony or production of documents is sought; general.
§5.46
Procedure when response to demand is required prior to receiving instructions.
§5.47
Procedure in the event of an adverse ruling.
§5.48
Considerations in determining whether the Department will comply with a demand or request.
§5.49
Prohibition on providing expert or opinion testimony.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 5—FOIA/Privacy Act Offices of the Department of Homeland Security
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 5—Public Reading Rooms of the Department of Homeland Security
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 5—DHS Systems of Records Exempt From the Privacy Act


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