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Title 10: Energy
§1705.04 Requests by persons for access to their own records.
(a) Requests in writing. A person may request access to his or her own records in writing by addressing a letter to: Privacy Act Officer, Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, 625 Indiana Avenue, NW., suite 700, Washington, DC 20004. The request should contain the following information:
(1) Full name, address, and telephone number of requester,
(2) Proof of identification, which should be a copy of one of the following: Valid driver's license, valid passport, or other current identification which contains both an address and picture of the requester,
(3) The system of records in which the desired information is contained, and
(4) At the requester's option, authorization for copying expenses (see §1705.10 below).
(b) Requests in person. Any person may examine his or her own records on the Board's premises. To do so, the person should call the Board's offices at 202-208-6400 and ask to speak to the Privacy Act Officer. This call should be made at least two weeks prior to the time the requester would like to see the records. During this call, the requester should be prepared to provide the same information as that listed in paragraph (a) of this section, except for proof of identification.