43 CFR 2.1 - What do the regulations cover?

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§ 2.1 What do the regulations cover?
(a) The regulations implement the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552, and contain the procedures by which the public may inspect and obtain copies of Department of the Interior (DOI or Department) records through the FOIA or by other means.
(b) They apply to all agency records as defined in § 2.3(c).
(c) The policy and procedures set forth in these regulations apply to all bureaus and offices of the Department.
(d) Nothing in the regulations will entitle you to any service or any record that is not required to be provided under the FOIA.
(e) These regulations do not apply to records that fall under the law enforcement exclusions contained in 5 U.S.C. 552(c).

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