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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VISubchapter APart 701


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER VI—DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

SUBCHAPTER A—UNITED STATES NAVY REGULATIONS AND OFFICIAL RECORDS

PART 701—AVAILABILITY OF DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY RECORDS AND PUBLICATION OF DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY DOCUMENTS AFFECTING THE PUBLIC

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Subpart A—DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) PROGRAM

§701.1
Purpose.
§701.2
Navy FOIA website/FOIA handbook.
§701.3
Applicability.
§701.4
Responsibility and authority.
§701.5
Policy.
§701.6
Reading rooms.
§701.7
Relationship between the FOIA and PA.
§701.8
Processing FOIA requests.
§701.9
Referrals.
§701.10
Processing requests received from governmental officials.
§701.11
Processing specific kinds of records.
§701.12
FOIA appeals/litigation.
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Subpart B—FOIA DEFINITIONS AND TERMS

§701.13
5 U.S.C. 552(a)(1) materials.
§701.14
5 U.S.C. 552(a)(2) materials.
§701.15
5 U.S.C. 552(a)(3) materials.
§701.16
Administrative appeal.
§701.17
Affirmative information disclosure.
§701.18
Agency record.
§701.19
Appellate authority.
§701.20
Discretionary disclosure.
§701.21
Electronic record.
§701.22
Exclusions.
§701.23
Executive Order 12958.
§701.24
Federal agency.
§701.25
5 U.S.C. 552, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
§701.26
FOIA exemptions.
§701.27
FOIA fee terms location.
§701.28
FOIA request.
§701.29
Glomar response.
§701.30
Initial Denial Authority (IDA).
§701.31
Mosaic or compilation response.
§701.32
Perfected request.
§701.33
Public domain.
§701.34
Public interest.
§701.35
Reading room.
§701.36
Release authorities.
§701.37
Reverse FOIA.
§701.38
Technical data.
§701.39
Vaughn index.
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Subpart C—FOIA FEES

§701.40
Background.
§701.41
FOIA fee terms.
§701.42
Categories of requesters—applicable fees.
§701.43
Fee declarations.
§701.44
Restrictions.
§701.45
Fee assessment.
§701.46
Aggregating requests.
§701.47
FOIA fees must be addressed in response letters.
§701.48
Fee waivers.
§701.49
Payment of fees.
§701.50
Effect of the Debt Collection Act of 1982.
§701.51
Refunds.
§701.52
Computation of fees.
§701.53
FOIA fee schedule.
§701.54
Collection of fees and fee rates for technical data.
§701.55
Processing FOIA fee remittances.
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Subpart D—FOIA EXEMPTIONS

§701.56
Background.
§701.57
Ground rules.
§701.58
In-depth analysis of FOIA exemptions.
§701.59
A brief explanation of the meaning and scope of the nine FOIA exemptions.
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Subpart E—INDEXING, PUBLIC INSPECTION, AND FEDERAL REGISTER PUBLICATION OF DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY DIRECTIVES AND OTHER DOCUMENTS AFFECTING THE PUBLIC

§701.61
Purpose.
§701.62
Scope and applicability.
§701.63
Policy.
§701.64
Publication of adopted regulatory documents for the guidance of the public.
§701.65
Availability, public inspection, and indexing of other documents affecting the public.
§701.66
Publication of proposed regulations for public comment.
§701.67
Petitions for issuance, revision, or cancellation of regulations affecting the public.
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Subpart F—DON PRIVACY PROGRAM

§701.100
Purpose.
§701.101
Privacy program terms and definitions.
§701.102
Online resources.
§701.103
Applicability.
§701.104
Responsibility and authority.
§701.105
Policy.
§701.106
Collecting information about individuals.
§701.107
Record access.
§701.108
Amendment of records.
§701.109
Privacy Act (PA) appeals.
§701.110
Conditions of disclosure.
§701.111
Disclosure accounting.
§701.112
“Blanket routine uses.”
§701.113
PA exemptions.
§701.114
PA enforcement actions.
§701.115
Protected personal information (PPI).
§701.116
PA systems of records notices overview.
§701.117
Changes to PA systems of records.
§701.118
Privacy, IT, and PIAs.
§701.119
Privacy and the web.
§701.120
Processing requests that cite or imply PA, Freedom of Information (FOIA), or PA/FOIA.
§701.121
Processing “routine use” disclosures.
§701.122
Medical records.
§701.123
PA fees.
§701.124
PA self assessments/inspections.
§701.125
Computer matching program.
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Subpart G—PRIVACY ACT EXEMPTIONS

§701.126
Purpose.
§701.127
Exemption for classified records.
§701.128
Exemptions for specific Navy record systems.
§701.129
Exemptions for specific Marine Corps record systems.


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