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e-CFR Data is current as of April 17, 2014

TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER VII—NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

PART 792—REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT AND PRIVACY ACT, AND BY SUBPOENA; SECURITY PROCEDURES FOR CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

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Subpart A—THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

General Purpose

§792.01
What is the purpose of this subpart?

Records Publicly Available

§792.02
What records does NCUA make available to the public for inspection and copying?
§792.03
How will I know which records to request?
§792.04
How can I obtain these records?
§792.05
What is the significance of records made available and indexed?

Records Available Upon Request

§792.06
Can I obtain other records?
§792.07
Where do I send my request?
§792.08
What must I include in my request?
§792.09
What if my request does not meet the requirements of this subpart?
§792.10
What will NCUA do with my request?
§792.11
What kind of records are exempt from public disclosure?
§792.12
How will I know what records NCUA has determined to be exempt?
§792.13
Can I get the records in different forms or formats?
§792.14
Who is responsible for responding to my request?
§792.15
How long will it take to process my request?
§792.16
What unusual circumstances can delay NCUA's response?
§792.17
What can I do if the time limit passes and I still have not received a response?

Expedited Processing

§792.18
What if my request is urgent and I cannot wait for the records?

Fees

§792.19
How does NCUA calculate the fees for processing my request?
§792.20
What are the charges for each fee category?
§792.21
Will NCUA provide a fee estimate?
§792.22
What will NCUA charge for other services?
§792.23
Can I avoid charges by sending multiple, small requests?
§792.24
Can NCUA charge me interest if I fail to pay my bill?
§792.25
Will NCUA charge me if the records are not found or are determined to be exempt?
§792.26
Will I be asked to pay fees in advance?

Fee Waiver or Reduction

§792.27
Can fees be reduced or waived?

Appeals

§792.28
What if I am not satisfied with the response I receive?

Submitter Notice

§792.29
If I send NCUA confidential commercial information, can it be disclosed under FOIA?

Release of Exempt Information

§792.30
Is there a prohibition against disclosure of exempt records?
§792.31
Can exempt records be disclosed to credit unions, financial institutions and state or federal agencies?
§792.32
Can exempt records be disclosed to investigatory agencies?
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Subpart B—[RESERVED]

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Subpart C—PRODUCTION OF NONPUBLIC RECORDS AND TESTIMONY OF NCUA EMPLOYEES IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

§792.40
What does this subpart prohibit?
§792.41
When does this subpart apply?
§792.42
How do I request nonpublic records or testimony?
§792.43
What must my written request contain?
§792.44
When should I make a request?
§792.45
Where do I send my request?
§792.46
What will the NCUA do with my request?
§792.47
If my request is granted, what fees apply?
§792.48
If my request is granted, what restrictions apply?
§792.49
Definitions.
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Subpart D—SECURITY PROCEDURES FOR CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

§792.50
Program.
§792.51
Procedures.
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Subpart E—THE PRIVACY ACT

§792.52
Scope.
§792.53
Definitions.
§792.54
Procedures for requests pertaining to individual records in a system of records.
§792.55
Times, places, and requirements for identification of individuals making requests and identification of records requested.
§792.56
Notice of existence of records, access decisions and disclosure of requested information; time limits.
§792.57
Special procedures: Information furnished by other agencies; medical records.
§792.58
Requests for correction or amendment to a record; administrative review of requests.
§792.59
Appeal of initial determination.
§792.60
Disclosure of record to person other than the individual to whom it pertains.
§792.61
Accounting for disclosures.
§792.62
Requests for accounting for disclosures.
§792.63
Collection of information from individuals; information forms.
§792.64
Contracting for the operation of a system of records.
§792.65
Fees.
§792.66
Exemptions.
§792.67
Security of systems of records.
§792.68
Use and collection of Social Security numbers.
§792.69
Training and employee standards of conduct with regard to privacy.


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