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e-CFR Data is current as of July 25, 2014

TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE A—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

PART 5—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REGULATIONS

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Subpart A—BASIC POLICY

§5.1
Purpose.
§5.2
Policy.
§5.3
Scope.
§5.4
Relationship between the FOIA and the Privacy Act of 1974.
§5.5
Definitions.
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Subpart B—OBTAINING A RECORD

§5.21
How to request records.
§5.22
Requests not handled under the FOIA.
§5.23
Referral of requests outside the Department.
§5.24
Responding to your request.
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Subpart C—RELEASE AND DENIAL OF RECORDS

§5.31
Designation of authorized officials.
§5.32
Release of records.
§5.33
Denial of requests.
§5.34
Appeal of denials.
§5.35
Time limits.
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Subpart D—FEES

§5.41
Fees to be charged—categories of requests.
§5.42
Fees to be charged—general provisions.
§5.43
Fee schedule.
§5.44
Procedures for assessing and collecting fees.
§5.45
Waiver or reduction of fees.
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Subpart E—RECORDS AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION

§5.51
Records available.
§5.52
Indexes of records.
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Subpart F—REASONS FOR WITHHOLDING SOME RECORDS

§5.61
General.
§5.62
Exemption one: National defense and foreign policy.
§5.63
Exemption two: Internal personnel rules and practices.
§5.64
Exemption three: Records exempted by other statutes.
§5.65
Exemption four: Trade secrets and confidential commercial or financial information.
§5.66
Exemption five: Internal memoranda.
§5.67
Exemption six: Clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
§5.68
Exemption seven: Law enforcement.
§5.69
Exemptions 8 and 9: Records on financial institutions; records on wells.


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