49 CFR 801.2 - Policy.

§ 801.2 Policy.
(a) In implementing 5 U.S.C. 552, it is the policy of the NTSB to make information available to the public to the greatest extent possible, consistent with the mission of the NTSB. Information the NTSB routinely provides to the public as part of a regular NTSB activity (such as press releases and information disclosed on the NTSB's public Web site) may be provided to the public without compliance with this part. In addition, as a matter of policy, the NTSB may make discretionary disclosures of records or information otherwise exempt from disclosure under the FOIA whenever disclosure would not foreseeably harm an interest protected by a FOIA exemption; however, this policy does not create any right enforceable in court.
(b) Given the NTSB's stated policy of providing as much information as possible regarding general NTSB operations and releasing documents involving investigations, the NTSB strongly encourages requesters seeking information to check the NTSB's Web site for such information before submitting a FOIA request. For every investigation in which the NTSB has determined the probable cause of an accident, the NTSB's docket management system will include a “public docket” containing documentation that the investigator-in-charge deemed pertinent to the investigation. Requesters may obtain these public dockets without submitting a FOIA request. The NTSB encourages all requesters to review the public docket materials before submitting a FOIA request.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES
U.S. Code: Title 18 - CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 44 - PUBLIC PRINTING AND DOCUMENTS

§ 2101 - Definitions

§ 2102 - Establishment

§ 2103 - Officers

§ 2104 - Administrative provisions

§ 2105 - Personnel and services

§ 2106 - Reports to Congress

§ 2107 - Acceptance of records for historical preservation

§ 2108 - Responsibility for custody, use, and withdrawal of records

§ 2109 - Preservation, arrangement, duplication, exhibition of records

§ 2110 - Servicing records

§ 2111 - Material accepted for deposit

§ 2112 - Presidential archival depository

§ 2113 - Depository for agreements between States

§ 2114 - Preservation of motion-picture films, still pictures, and sound recordings

§ 2115 - Reports; correction of violations

§ 2116 - Legal status of reproductions; official seal; fees for copies and reproductions

§ 2117 - Limitation on liability

§ 2118 - Records of Congress

§ 2119 - Cooperative agreements

§ 2120 - Online access of founding fathers documents

§ 2901 - Definitions

§ 2902 - Objectives of records management

§ 2903 - Custody and control of property

§ 2904 - General responsibilities for records management

§ 2905 - Establishment of standards for selective retention of records; security measures

§ 2906 - Inspection of agency records

§ 2907 - Records centers and centralized microfilming services

§ 2908 - Regulations

§ 2909 - Retention of records

§ 2910 - Preservation of Freedmen’s Bureau records

§ 3101 - Records management by agency heads; general duties

§ 3102 - Establishment of program of management

§ 3103 - Transfer of records to records centers

§ 3104 - Certifications and determinations on transferred records

§ 3105 - Safeguards

§ 3106 - Unlawful removal, destruction of records

§ 3107 - Authority of Comptroller General

§ 3301 - Definition of records

§ 3302 - Regulations covering lists of records for disposal, procedure for disposal, and standards for reproduction

§ 3303 - Lists and schedules of records to be submitted to the Archivist by head of each Government agency

§ 3303a - Examination by Archivist of lists and schedules of records lacking preservation value; disposal of records

§ 3304 to 3307 - Repealed.

§ 3308 - Disposal of similar records where prior disposal was authorized

§ 3309 - Preservation of claims of Government until settled in Government Accountability Office; disposal authorized upon written approval of Comptroller General

§ 3310 - Disposal of records constituting menace to health, life, or property

§ 3311 - Destruction of records outside continental United States in time of war or when hostile action seems imminent; written report to Archivist

§ 3312 - Photographs or microphotographs of records considered as originals; certified reproductions admissible in evidence

§ 3313 - Moneys from sale of records payable into the Treasury

§ 3314 - Procedures for disposal of records exclusive

§ 3315 - Definitions

§ 3316 - Establishment of Commission

§ 3317 - Duties of Commission

§ 3318 - Membership

§ 3319 - Director and staff; experts and consultants

§ 3320 - Powers of Commission

§ 3321 - Support services

§ 3322 - Report

§ 3323 - Termination

§ 3324 - Authorization of appropriations

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