12 CFR 261a.3 - Custodian of records; delegations of authority.

§ 261a.3 Custodian of records; delegations of authority.
(a) Custodian of records. The Secretary of the Board is the official custodian of all Board records.
(b) Delegated authority of the Secretary. The Secretary of the Board is authorized to—
(1) Respond to requests for access to, accounting of, or amendment of records contained in a system of records, except for requests regarding systems of records maintained by the Board's Office of Inspector General (OIG);
(2) Approve the publication of new systems of records and amend existing systems of records, except those systems of records exempted pursuant to § 261a.12(b), (c) and (d); and
(3) File any necessary reports related to the Privacy Act.
(c) Delegated authority of designee. Any action or determination required or permitted by this part to be done by the Secretary of the Board may be done by a Deputy or Associate Secretary or other responsible employee of the Board who has been duly designated for this purpose by the Secretary.
(d) Delegated authority of Inspector General. The Inspector General is authorized to respond to requests for access to, accounting of, or amendment of records contained in a system of records maintained by the OIG.

Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

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