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Title 20 Employees' Benefits Part / Section
Chapter III Social Security Administration 400 – 499
Part 402 Availability of Information and Records to the Public 402.5 – 402.205
§ 402.5 Scope and purpose.
§ 402.10 Policy.
§ 402.15 Relationship between the FOIA and the Privacy Act of 1974.
§ 402.20 Requests not handled under the FOIA.
§ 402.25 Referral of requests outside of SSA.
§ 402.30 Definitions.
§ 402.35 Publication.
§ 402.40 Publications for sale.
§ 402.45 Availability of records.
§ 402.50 Availability of administrative staff manuals.
§ 402.55 Materials available at district offices and branch offices.
§ 402.60 Materials in field offices of the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
§ 402.65 Health care information.
§ 402.70 Reasons for withholding some records.
§ 402.75 Exemption one for withholding records: National defense and foreign policy.
§ 402.80 Exemption two for withholding records: Internal personnel rules and practices.
§ 402.85 Exemption three for withholding records: Records exempted by other statutes.
§ 402.90 Exemption four for withholding records: Trade secrets and confidential commercial or financial information.
§ 402.95 Exemption five for withholding records: Internal memoranda.
§ 402.100 Exemption six: Clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
§ 402.105 Exemption seven for withholding records: Law enforcement.
§ 402.110 Exemptions eight and nine for withholding records: Records on financial institutions; records on wells.
§ 402.125 Who may release a record.
§ 402.130 How to request a record.
§ 402.135 Where to send a request.
§ 402.140 How a request for a record is processed.
§ 402.145 Responding to your request.
§ 402.150 Release of records.
§ 402.155 Fees to be charged - categories of requests.
§ 402.160 Fees to be charged - general provisions.
§ 402.165 Fee schedule.
§ 402.170 Fees for providing records and related services for program purposes pursuant to section 1106 of the Social Security Act.
§ 402.175 Fees for providing information and related services for non-program purposes.
§ 402.180 Procedure on assessing and collecting fees for providing records.
§ 402.185 Waiver or reduction of fees in the public interest.
§ 402.190 Officials who may deny a request for records under FOIA.
§ 402.195 How a request is denied.
§ 402.200 How to appeal a decision denying all or part of a request.
§ 402.205 U.S. District Court action.