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TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER XII—NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER C—PUBLIC AVAILABILITY AND USE

PART 1256—ACCESS TO RECORDS AND DONATED HISTORICAL MATERIALS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§1256.1
What does this part cover?
§1256.2
How do I obtain access to records stored in Federal Records Centers?
§1256.6
How do I obtain access to records of defunct agencies?
§1256.8
How do I obtain access to Presidential records?
§1256.10
How do I obtain access to Nixon Presidential materials?
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Subpart B—ACCESS TO FEDERAL ARCHIVAL RECORDS

§1256.20
May I obtain access to Federal archival records?
§1256.22
How do I request access to restricted information in Federal archival records?
§1256.24
How long may access to some records be denied?
§1256.26
When can I appeal decisions about access to Federal archival records?
§1256.28
Does NARA make any exceptions for access to records containing privacy-restricted information?
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Subpart C—ACCESS TO DONATED HISTORICAL MATERIALS

§1256.30
How do I obtain access to donated historical materials?
§1256.32
How do I request access to restricted information in donated historical materials?
§1256.34
How long may access to some donated historical materials be denied?
§1256.36
When can I appeal decisions about access to donated historical materials?
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Subpart D—GENERAL RESTRICTIONS

§1256.40
What are general restrictions?
§1256.42
Who imposes general restrictions?
§1256.44
Does NARA ever waive general restrictions?
§1256.46
National security-classified information.
§1256.48
Information about internal agency rules and practices.
§1256.50
Information exempted from disclosure by statute.
§1256.52
Trade secrets and commercial or financial information.
§1256.54
Inter- and intra-agency memoranda (subject to privilege).
§1256.56
Information that would invade the privacy of a living individual.
§1256.58
Information related to law enforcement investigations.
§1256.60
Information relating to financial institutions.
§1256.62
Geological and geophysical information relating to wells.
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Subpart E—ACCESS TO MATERIALS CONTAINING NATIONAL SECURITY-CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

§1256.70
What controls access to national security-classified information?
§1256.72
What are FOIA requests and mandatory review requests?
§1256.74
How does NARA process Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for classified information?
§1256.76
How do I request mandatory review of classified information under Executive Order 12958, as amended?
§1256.78
How does NARA handle my mandatory review request?
§1256.80
How does NARA provide classified access to historical researchers and former Presidential appointees?
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Subpart F—DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION OF UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE UNITED STATES

§1256.90
What does this subpart cover?
§1256.92
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§1256.94
Definition.
§1256.96
What provisions apply to the transfer of USIA audiovisual records to the National Archives of the United States?
§1256.98
Can I get access to and obtain copies of USIA audiovisual records transferred to the National Archives of the United States?
§1256.100
What is the copying policy for USIA audiovisual records that either have copyright protection or contain copyrighted material?
§1256.102
What fees does NARA charge?


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