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Title 44Chapter ISubchapter APart 5


TITLE 44—Emergency Management and Assistance

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 5—PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§5.1
Scope and purposes of part.
§5.2
Application.
§5.3
Definitions.
§5.4
Availability of records.
§5.5
Exemptions.
§5.6
Congressional information.
§5.7
Records of other agencies.
§5.8
Records involved in litigation or other judicial process.
§5.9
Inconsistent issuances of FEMA and its predecessor agencies superseded.
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Subpart B—PUBLICATION OF OR AVAILABILITY OF GENERAL AGENCY INFORMATION, RULES, ORDERS, POLICIES, AND SIMILAR MATERIAL

§5.20
Publication of rules and general policies.
§5.21
Effect of failure to publish.
§5.22
Coordination of publication.
§5.23
Incorporation by reference.
§5.24
Availability of opinions, orders, policies, interpretations, manuals, and instructions.
§5.25
Available materials.
§5.26
Rules for public inspection and copying.
§5.27
Deletion of identifying details.
§5.28
Indexes.
§5.29
Effect of failure to make information materials available.
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Subpart C—FEES

§5.40
Copies of FEMA records available at a fee.
§5.41
FEMA publications.
§5.42
Fees to be charged—categories of requesters.
§5.43
Waiver or reduction of fees.
§5.44
Prepayment of fees.
§5.45
Form of payment.
§5.46
Fee schedule.
§5.47
Appeals regarding fees.
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Subpart D—DESCRIBED RECORDS

§5.50
General.
§5.51
Submission of requests for described records.
§5.52
Review of requests.
§5.53
Approval of request.
§5.54
Denial of request of records.
§5.55
Appeal within FEMA of denial of request.
§5.56
Extension of time limits.
§5.57
Predisclosure notification procedures for confidential commercial information.
§5.58
Exhaustion of administrative remedies.
§5.59
Judicial relief available to the public.
§5.60
Disciplinary action against employees for “arbitrary or capricious” denial.
§5.61
Contempt for noncompliance.
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Subpart E—EXEMPTIONS

§5.70
General.
§5.71
Categories of records exempt from disclosure under 5 U.S.C. 552.
§5.72
Executive privilege exemption.
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Subpart F—SUBPOENAS OR OTHER LEGAL DEMANDS FOR TESTIMONY OR THE PRODUCTION OR DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS OR OTHER INFORMATION

§5.80
Scope and applicability.
§5.81
Statement of policy.
§5.82
Definitions.
§5.83
Authority to accept service of subpoenas.
§5.84
Production of documents in private litigation.
§5.85
Authentication and attestation of copies.
§5.86
Production of documents in litigation or other adjudicatory proceeding in which the United States is a party.
§5.87
Testimony of FEMA employees in private litigation.
§5.88
Testimony in litigation in which the United States is a party.
§5.89
Waiver.

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