22 CFR 1002.7 - Fees.

§ 1002.7 Fees.
Except as otherwise specifically provided by the Foundation, a fee will be levied for all searches for, or copies of, records. These fees will be computed so as to recover the full cost of searching and copying.
(a) Advance payment and deposits. When the amount of a fee can be readily computed (as, for example, when a specified number of copy pages are requested) advance payment will be required. When the amount cannot be readily computed (as, for example, when an unknown amount of stafftime must be used in complying with a request), the General Counsel may require payment of a reasonable deposit before undertaking to collect the requested records. At the earliest practicable time, the General Counsel will determine the full amount of the fee and, before complying fully with the request, will require payment of any balance due or refund any overpayment.
(b) Schedule of fees. The following fees apply for services rendered to the public:
(1) Searching for records and collateral assistance, per hour or fraction thereof $5.00
(2) Making copies (Xerox or comparable) per page 0.40
Should a situation arise which is not covered by the above schedule, the fee to be charged will include all direct and indirect costs of the service, including but not limited to materials, labor, and the like. The amount of the fee including charges, if any, for records printed by contractors or grantees will be determined by the A&F Director.
(c) Revision of schedule. The fee schedule will be revised from time to time, without notice, to assure recovery of the cost of rendering information services to any person. The revised schedule will be available without charge.
[37 FR 8375, Apr. 26, 1972, as amended at 71 FR 63236, Oct. 30, 2006]

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