22 CFR 707.21 - Requests for notification of, access to or copies of records.
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(a) Whenever an individual desires either notification of, access to or copies of records which are maintained by the Corporation and which may contain information pertaining to said individual, he may submit such a request to the Corporation in the form specified in paragraph (b) of this section. Such request shall be addressed to the Director of Personnel and Administration and may either be mailed to the Corporation or be delivered to the receptionist at the office of the Corporation, 1129—20th Street NW., Washington, DC 20527, between 8:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday (excluding legal public holidays). Access to records maintained by the Corporation will be provided only by appointment. No officer or employee of the Corporation shall, pursuant to the provisions of this part 707, provide any individual with access to any records maintained by the Corporation until the Corporation shall have received from such individual a written request in the form specified in paragraph (b) of this section and verification of the identity of the individual as provided in paragraph (c) of this section.
(b) Any request under this part 707 for notification of, access to or copies of records maintained by the Corporation shall comply with the following requirements:
(1) It shall be in writing, signed by the individual, and, except in the event such requesting individual is an officer or employee of the Corporation, duly acknowledged before a notary public or other authorized public official;
(4) It shall specify whether the individual also wishes copies of the information pertaining to him.
(c) Prior to providing any individual either with notification of, access to or copies of any records maintained by the Corporation that contain information pertaining to said individual, the Director of Personnel and Administration shall verify the identity of such individual. In order to verify the identity of any such individual, the Director of Personnel and Administration shall require such individual to provide reasonable proof of his identity such as, by way of example and not limitation, a valid drivers license, identification card, passport, employee identification card and any other identifying information. The Director of Personnel and Administration shall deny any such request from any individual if he determines, in his sole discretion, that the evidence offered to verify the identity of such individual is insufficient to establish conclusively the identity of such individual. Upon denying any such request under this paragraph (c), the Director of Personnel and Administration shall promptly notify the individual in writing of such determination.
(d) In the event that the Director of Personnel and Administration shall decline any request submitted to the Corporation under paragraph (b) of this section because he determines under paragraph (c) of this section that the individual has not provded adequate evidence to verify his identity, said individual may, within thirty (30) days of the date of the notification thereof by the Director of Personnel and Administration, file a written appeal of such determination with the Executive Vice President of the Corporation. The decision of the Executive Vice President with respect to such appeal shall be final.
(e) Whenever an individual desires copies of any records in addition to personal access thereto, copies will be furnished upon payment of the fees prescribed in § 707.23 of this part.
(f) The Corporation may require any individual who wishes to be accompanied by any other individual when reviewing any records made available under this part 707 shall provide the Corporation with a signed, written statement authorizing discussion of the information contained in such records in the presence of such accompanying individual.
(g) Copies of records made available for review to any individual under this part 707 may be released to a duly authorized representative of any such individual provided that such individual provides the Corporation with a power of attorney to such effect on behalf of said representative, signed by such individual and duly acknowledged before a notary public or other authorized public offical. The Corporation shall require any such representative to verify his identity in accordance with paragraph (c) of this section.
Title 22 published on 2014-04-01
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