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Title 36Chapter IXPart 902


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER IX—PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

PART 902—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

rule

Subpart A—APPLICABILITY AND POLICY

§902.01
Purpose and applicability.
§902.02
Statement of policy.
§902.03
Definitions.
rule

Subpart B—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

§902.10
Delegation of administration of this part.
§902.11
How records may be requested.
§902.12
Maintenance of statistics; annual report to Congress.
§902.13
Indexes of Corporation records.
§902.14
Deletion of nondiscloseable information from requested records.
§902.15
Protection of records.
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Subpart C—PUBLICATION IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER

§902.20
Applicability.
§902.21
Publication in the Federal Register shall be constructive notice of information that affects the public.
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Subpart D—AVAILABILITY OF RECORDS NOT PUBLISHED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER

§902.30
Applicability.
§902.31
Access, inspection and copying.
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Subpart E—AVAILABILITY OF REASONABLY DESCRIBED RECORDS

§902.40
Applicability.
§902.41
Public access to reasonably described records.
§902.42
Request for records of concern to more than one government organization.
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Subpart F—EXEMPTIONS FROM PUBLIC ACCESS TO CORPORATION RECORDS

§902.50
Applicability.
§902.51
Records relating to matters that are required by Executive order to be kept secret.
§902.52
Records related solely to internal personnel rules and practices.
§902.53
Records exempted from disclosure by statute.
§902.54
Trade secrets and commercial or financial information that is privileged or confidential.
§902.55
Intragovernmental exchanges.
§902.56
Protection of personal privacy.
§902.57
Investigatory files compiled for law enforcement purposes.
§902.58
Reports of financial institutions.
§902.59
Geological and geophysical information.
rule

Subpart G—TIME LIMITATIONS

§902.60
Initial determination.
§902.61
Final determination.
§902.62
Extension of time limits.
rule

Subpart H—PROCEDURES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL OF DECISIONS NOT TO DISCLOSE RECORDS

§902.70
General.
§902.71
Forms for appeal.
§902.72
Time limitations on filing an appeal.
§902.73
Where to appeal.
§902.74
Agency decision.
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Subpart I—FEES

§902.80
General.
§902.81
Payment of fees.
§902.82
Fee schedule.
§902.83
Waiver or reduction of fees.


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