36 CFR 1231.12 - How do executive agencies request to transfer records to another executive agency?

§ 1231.12 How do executive agencies request to transfer records to another executive agency?
An executive agency that proposes to transfer records to another agency must request approval of the transfer of records in writing from the National Archives and Records Administration, Modern Records Programs (NWM), 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001, phone number (301) 837-1738. The request must include:
(a) A concise description of the records to be transferred, including the volume in cubic feet;
(b) A statement of the restrictions imposed on the use of records;
(c) A statement of the agencies and persons using the records and the purpose of this use;
(d) A statement of the current and proposed physical and organizational locations of the records;
(e) A justification for the transfer including an explanation of why it is in the best interests of the Government; and
(f) Copies of the concurrence in the transfer by the heads of all agencies involved in the proposed transfer.

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