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e-CFR Data is current as of October 21, 2014

Title 20Chapter IIIPart 402


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER III—SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

PART 402—AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION AND RECORDS TO THE PUBLIC

rule
§402.5
Scope and purpose.
§402.10
Policy.
§402.15
Relationship between the FOIA and the Privacy Act of 1974.
§402.20
Requests not handled under the FOIA.
§402.25
Referral of requests outside of SSA.
§402.30
Definitions.
§402.35
Publication.
§402.40
Publications for sale.
§402.45
Availability of records.
§402.50
Availability of administrative staff manuals.
§402.55
Materials available at district offices and branch offices.
§402.60
Materials in field offices of the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
§402.65
Health care information.
§402.70
Reasons for withholding some records.
§402.75
Exemption one for withholding records: National defense and foreign policy.
§402.80
Exemption two for withholding records: Internal personnel rules and practices.
§402.85
Exemption three for withholding records: Records exempted by other statutes.
§402.90
Exemption four for withholding records: Trade secrets and confidential commercial or financial information.
§402.95
Exemption five for withholding records: Internal memoranda.
§402.100
Exemption six: Clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
§402.105
Exemption seven for withholding records: Law enforcement.
§402.110
Exemptions eight and nine for withholding records: Records on financial institutions; records on wells.
§402.125
Who may release a record.
§402.130
How to request a record.
§402.135
Where to send a request.
§402.140
How a request for a record is processed.
§402.145
Responding to your request.
§402.150
Release of records.
§402.155
Fees to be charged—categories of requests.
§402.160
Fees to be charged—general provisions.
§402.165
Fee schedule.
§402.170
Fees for providing records and related services for program purposes pursuant to section 1106 of the Social Security Act.
§402.175
Fees for providing information and related services for non-program purposes.
§402.180
Procedure on assessing and collecting fees for providing records.
§402.185
Waiver or reduction of fees in the public interest.
§402.190
Officials who may deny a request for records under FOIA.
§402.195
How a request is denied.
§402.200
How to appeal a decision denying all or part of a request.
§402.205
U.S. District Court action.


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