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Title 32Subtitle BChapter XVIIIPart 1802


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO NATIONAL DEFENSE

CHAPTER XVIII—NATIONAL COUNTERINTELLIGENCE CENTER

PART 1802—CHALLENGES TO CLASSIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS BY AUTHORIZED HOLDERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 1.9 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 12958

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1802.1
Authority and purpose.
§1802.2
Definitions.
§1802.3
Contact for general information and requests.
§1802.4
Suggestions and complaints.
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Subpart B—FILING OF CHALLENGES

§1802.11
Prerequisites.
§1802.12
Requirements as to form.
§1802.13
Identification of material at issue.
§1802.14
Transmission.
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Subpart C—ACTION ON CHALLENGES

§1802.21
Receipt, recording, and tasking.
§1802.22
Challenges barred by res judicata.
§1802.23
Response by originator(s) and/or any interested party.
§1802.24
Designation of authority to hear challenges.
§1802.25
Action on challenge.
§1802.26
Notification of decision and prohibition on adverse action.
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Subpart D—RIGHT OF APPEAL

§1802.31
Right of appeal.


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