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Title 32Subtitle BChapter XVIIIPart 1801


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO NATIONAL DEFENSE

CHAPTER XVIII—NATIONAL COUNTERINTELLIGENCE CENTER

PART 1801—PUBLIC RIGHTS UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1801.1
Authority and purpose.
§1801.2
Definitions.
§1801.3
Contact for general information and requests.
§1801.4
Suggestions and complaints.
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Subpart B—FILING OF PRIVACY ACT REQUESTS

§1801.11
Preliminary information.
§1801.12
Requirements as to form.
§1801.13
Requirements as to identification of requester.
§1801.14
Fees.
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Subpart C—ACTION ON PRIVACY ACT REQUESTS

§1801.21
Processing requests for access to or amendment of records.
§1801.22
Action and determination(s) by originator(s) or any interested party.
§1801.23
Notification of decision and right of appeal.
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Subpart D—ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

§1801.31
Special procedures for medical and psychological records.
§1801.32
Requests for expedited processing.
§1801.33
Allocation of resources; agreed extensions of time.
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Subpart E—ACTION ON PRIVACY ACT ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS

§1801.41
Appeal authority.
§1801.42
Right of appeal and appeal procedures.
§1801.43
Determination(s) by Office Chiefs.
§1801.44
Action by appeals authority.
§1801.45
Notification of decision and right of judicial review.
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Subpart F—PROHIBITIONS

§1801.51
Limitations on disclosure.
§1801.52
Criminal penalties.
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Subpart G—EXEMPTIONS

§1801.63
Specific exemptions.


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