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e-CFR Data is current as of July 22, 2014

TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER III—SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

PART 401—PRIVACY AND DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL RECORDS AND INFORMATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§401.5
Purpose of the regulations.
§401.10
Applicability.
§401.15
Limitations on scope.
§401.20
Scope.
§401.25
Terms defined.
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Subpart B—THE PRIVACY ACT

§401.30
Privacy Act and other responsibilities.
§401.35
Your right to request records.
§401.40
How to get your own records.
§401.45
Verifying your identity.
§401.50
Granting notification of or access to a record.
§401.55
Access to medical records.
§401.60
Access to or notification of program records about more than one individual.
§401.65
How to correct your record.
§401.70
Appeals of refusals to correct records or refusals to allow access to records.
§401.75
Rights of parents or legal guardians.
§401.80
Accounting for disclosures.
§401.85
Exempt systems.
§401.90
Contractors.
§401.95
Fees.
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Subpart C—DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL RECORDS AND INFORMATION

§401.100
Disclosure of records with the written consent of the subject of the record.
§401.105
Disclosure of personal information without the consent of the subject of the record.
§401.110
Disclosure of personal information in nonprogram records without the consent of the subject of the record.
§401.115
Disclosure of personal information in program records without the consent of the subject of the record.
§401.120
Disclosures required by law.
§401.125
Disclosures prohibited by law.
§401.130
Freedom of Information Act.
§401.135
Other laws.
§401.140
General principles.
§401.145
Safeguards against unauthorized redisclosure or use.
§401.150
Compatible purposes.
§401.155
Law enforcement purposes.
§401.160
Health or safety.
§401.165
Statistical and research activities.
§401.170
Congress.
§401.175
Government Accountability Office.
§401.180
Disclosure under court order or other legal process.
§401.185
Other specific recipients.
§401.190
Deceased persons.
§401.195
Situations not specified in this part.
§401.200
Blood donor locator service.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 401—Employee Standards of Conduct


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