5 CFR 911.103 - Eligibility for indemnification.

§ 911.103 Eligibility for indemnification.
As provided for under 5 U.S.C. 9101(b)(3), a State or locality may request an indemnification agreement.
(a) To be eligible for an indemnification agreement, a State or locality must have had a law in effect on December 4, 1985, that prohibited or had the effect of prohibiting the disclosure of criminal history record information to OPM.
(b) A State or locality is also eligible for an indemnification agreement if it meets the conditions of paragraph (a) of this section, but nevertheless provided criminal history record information to OPM on or before December 4, 1985.

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