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

Title 22Chapter IIPart 212


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER II—AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PART 212—PUBLIC INFORMATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§212.1
Statement of policy.
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Subpart B—PUBLICATION IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER

§212.11
Materials to be published.
§212.12
Effect of nonpublication.
§212.13
Incorporation by reference.
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Subpart C—AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AND COPYING

§212.21
Public records.
§212.22
Protection of personal privacy.
§212.23
Current index.
§212.24
Effect of noncompliance.
§212.25
Procedures for obtaining materials under this subpart.
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Subpart D—ACCESS TO AGENCY RECORDS

§212.31
Availability of agency records.
§212.32
Identification of records.
§212.33
Procedure for making requests.
§212.34
Procedures for responding to requests for records.
§212.35
Schedule of fees and method of payment for services rendered.
§212.36
Denial of request for access to records.
§212.37
Procedures for agency consideration of appeals.
§212.38
Predisclosure notification procedures for confidential commercial information.
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Subpart E—EXEMPTIONS FROM DISCLOSURE

§212.41
Exemptions from publication and disclosure requirements of subparts B, C, and D.
§212.42
Exemption from 5 U.S.C. 552.
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Subpart F—OPENING OF RECORDS FOR NONOFFICIAL RESEARCH PURPOSES

§212.51
General policy.


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