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TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

PART 16—PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL OR INFORMATION

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Subpart A—PROCEDURES FOR DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

§16.1
General provisions.
§16.2
Public reading rooms.
§16.3
Requirements for making requests.
§16.4
Responsibility for responding to requests.
§16.5
Timing of responses to requests.
§16.6
Responses to requests.
§16.7
Classified information.
§16.8
Business information.
§16.9
Appeals.
§16.10
Preservation of records.
§16.11
Fees.
§16.12
Other rights and services.
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Subpart B—PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE IN FEDERAL AND STATE PROCEEDINGS

§16.21
Purpose and scope.
§16.22
General prohibition of production or disclosure in Federal and State proceedings in which the United States is not a party.
§16.23
General disclosure authority in Federal and State proceedings in which the United States is a party.
§16.24
Procedure in the event of a demand where disclosure is not otherwise authorized.
§16.25
Final action by the Deputy or Associate Attorney General.
§16.26
Considerations in determining whether production or disclosure should be made pursuant to a demand.
§16.27
Procedure in the event a department decision concerning a demand is not made prior to the time a response to the demand is required.
§16.28
Procedure in the event of an adverse ruling.
§16.29
Delegation by Assistant Attorneys General.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart B of Part 16—Redelegation of Authority to the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Litigation, Antitrust Division, To Authorize Production or Disclosure of Material or Information
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Subpart C—PRODUCTION OF FBI IDENTIFICATION RECORDS IN RESPONSE TO WRITTEN REQUESTS BY SUBJECTS THEREOF

§16.30
Purpose and scope.
§16.31
Definition of identification record.
§16.32
Procedure to obtain an identification record.
§16.33
Fee for production of identification record.
§16.34
Procedure to obtain change, correction or updating of identification records.
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Subpart D—PROTECTION OF PRIVACY AND ACCESS TO INDIVIDUAL RECORDS UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974

§16.40
General provisions.
§16.41
Requests for access to records.
§16.42
Responsibility for responding to requests for access to records.
§16.43
Responses to requests for access to records.
§16.44
Classified information.
§16.45
Appeals from denials of requests for access to records.
§16.46
Requests for amendment or correction of records.
§16.47
Requests for an accounting of record disclosures.
§16.48
Preservation of records.
§16.49
Fees.
§16.50
Notice of court-ordered and emergency disclosures.
§16.51
Security of systems of records.
§16.52
Contracts for the operation of record systems.
§16.53
Use and collection of social security numbers.
§16.54
Employee standards of conduct.
§16.55
Other rights and services.
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Subpart E—EXEMPTION OF RECORDS SYSTEMS UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT

§16.70
Exemption of the Office of the Attorney General System—limited access.
§16.71
Exemption of the Office of the Deputy Attorney General System—limited access.
§16.72
Exemption of Office of the Associate Attorney General System—limited access.
§16.73
Exemption of Office of Legal Policy System—limited access.
§16.74
Exemption of National Security Division Systems—limited access.
§16.75
Exemption of the Office of the Inspector General Systems/Limited Access.
§16.76
Exemption of Justice Management Division.
§16.77
Exemption of U.S. Trustee Program System—limited access.
§16.78
Exemption of the Special Counsel for Immigration-Related, Unfair Employment Practices Systems.
§16.79
Exemption of Pardon Attorney System.
§16.80
Exemption of Office of Professional Responsibility System—limited access.
§16.81
Exemption of United States Attorneys Systems—limited access.
§16.82
Exemption of the National Drug Intelligence Center Data Base—limited access.
§16.83
Exemption of the Executive Office for Immigration Review System—limited access.
§16.84
Exemption of Immigration Appeals System.
§16.85
Exemption of U.S. Parole Commission—limited access.
§16.88
Exemption of Antitrust Division Systems—limited access.
§16.89
Exemption of Civil Division Systems—limited access.
§16.90
Exemption of Civil Rights Division Systems.
§16.91
Exemption of Criminal Division Systems—limited access, as indicated.
§16.92
Exemption of Environment and Natural Resources Division Systems—limited access.
§16.93
Exemption of Tax Division Systems—limited access.
§16.96
Exemption of Federal Bureau of Investigation Systems—limited access.
§16.97
Exemption of Bureau of Prisons Systems—limited access.
§16.98
Exemption of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Systems—limited access.
§16.99
Exemption of the Immigration and Naturalization Service Systems-limited access.
§16.100
Exemption of Office of Justice Programs—limited access.
§16.101
Exemption of U.S. Marshals Service Systems—limited access, as indicated.
§16.102
Exemption of Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Naturalization Service Joint System of Records.
§16.103
Exemption of the INTERPOL-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB) System.
§16.104
Exemption of Office of Special Counsel—Waco System.
§16.105
Exemption of Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force System.
§16.106
Exemption of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)—Limited Access.
§16.130
Exemption of Department of Justice Systems: Correspondence Management Systems for the Department of Justice (DOJ-003); Freedom of Information Act, Privacy Act and Mandatory Declassification Review Requests and Administrative Appeals for the Department of Justice (DOJ-004).
§16.131
Exemption of Department of Justice (DOJ)/Nationwide Joint Automated Booking System (JABS), DOJ-005.
§16.132
Exemption of Department of Justice System—Personnel Investigation and Security Clearance Records for the Department of Justice (DOJ), DOJ-006.
§16.133
Exemption of Department of Justice Regional Data Exchange System (RDEX), DOJ-012.
§16.134
Exemption of Debt Collection Enforcement System, Justice/DOJ-016.
§16.135
Exemptions of Executive Office for Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces Systems.
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Subpart F—PUBLIC OBSERVATION OF PAROLE COMMISSION MEETINGS

§16.200
Definitions.
§16.201
Voting by the Commissioners without joint deliberation.
§16.202
Open meetings.
§16.203
Closed meetings—Formal procedure.
§16.204
Public notice.
§16.205
Closed meetings—Informal procedures.
§16.206
Transcripts, minutes, and miscellaneous documents concerning Commission meetings.
§16.207
Public access to nonexempt transcripts and minutes of closed Commission meetings—Documents used at meetings—Record retention.
§16.208
Annual report.
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Subpart G—ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS BY FORMER EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT

§16.300
Access to documents for the purpose of responding to an official inquiry.
§16.301
Limitations.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 16—Components of the Department of Justice


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