29 CFR 2201.10 - Maintenance of statistics.

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§ 2201.10 Maintenance of statistics.
(a) The FOIA Disclosure Officer shall maintain records of:
(1) The number of determinations made by the agency not to comply with the requests for records made to the agency and the reasons for those determinations;
(2) The number of appeals made by persons, the results of those appeals, and the reason for the action upon each appeal that results in a denial of information;
(3) A complete list of all statutes that the agency used to authorize the withholding of information under 5 U.S.C. 552(b)(3), which exempts information that is specifically exempted from disclosure by other statutes and the number of occasions on which each statute was relied upon;
(4) A description of whether a court has upheld the decision of the agency to withhold information under each of those statutes cited, and a concise description of the scope of any information upheld;
(5) The number of requests for records pending before the agency as of September 30 of the preceding year, and the median and average number of days that these requests had been pending before the agency as of that date;
(6) The number of requests for records received by the agency and the number of requests the agency processed;
(7) The median number of days taken by the agency to process different types of requests, based on the date on which the requests were received by the agency;
(8) The average number of days for the agency to respond to a request beginning on the date on which the request was received by the agency, the median number of days for the agency to respond to such requests, and the range in number of days for the agency to respond to such requests;
(9) Based on the number of business days that have elapsed since each request was originally received by the agency—
(i) The number of requests for records to which the agency has responded with a determination within a period up to and including 20 days, and in 20-day increments up to and including 200 days;
(ii) The number of requests for records to which the agency has responded with a determination within a period greater than 200 days and less than 301 days;
(iii) The number of requests for records to which the agency has responded with a determination within a period greater than 300 days and less than 401 days; and
(iv) The number of requests for records to which the agency has responded with a determination within a period greater than 400 days;
(10) The average number of days for the agency to provide the granted information beginning on the date on which the request was originally filed, the median number of days for the agency to provide the granted information, and the range in number of days for the agency to provide the granted information;
(11) The median and average number of days for the agency to respond to administrative appeals based on the date on which the appeals originally were received by the agency, the highest number of business days taken by the agency to respond to an administrative appeal, and the lowest number of business days taken by the agency to respond to an administrative appeal;
(12) Data on the 10 active requests with the earliest filing dates pending at the agency, including the amount of time that has elapsed since each request was originally received by the agency;
(13) Data on the 10 active administrative appeals with the earliest filing dates pending before the agency as of September 30 of the preceding year, including the number of business days that have elapsed since the requests were originally received by the agency;
(14) The number of expedited review requests that are granted and denied, the average and median number of days for adjudicating expedited review requests, and the number adjudicated within the required 10 days;
(15) The number of fee waiver requests that are granted and denied, and the average and median number of days for adjudicating fee waiver determinations;
(16) The total amount of fees collected by the agency for processing requests;
(17) The number of full-time staff of the agency devoted to the processing of requests for records under this section; and
(18) The total amount expended by the agency for processing these requests.
(b) The FOIA Disclosure Officer shall annually, on or before February 1 of each year, prepare and submit to the Attorney General an annual report covering each of the categories of records to be maintained in accordance with paragraph (a) of this section, for the previous fiscal year. A copy of the report will be available for public inspection and copying at the OSHRC FOIA Reading Room, and a copy will be accessible through OSHRC's Web site at http://www.oshrc.gov.
[71 FR 56350, Sept. 27, 2006, as amended at 75 FR 41373, July 16, 2010]

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