(a) Review services are services of agency personnel—clerical or professional—in examining records, both paper and electronic, located in response to a request that is for a commercial use (as specified in sec. 6 of appendix A to this subpart) to determine whether any portion of any record located is exempt from mandatory disclosure.
(b) Review services include processing any records for disclosure e.g., doing all that is necessary to redact exempt portions and otherwise prepare records for release.
(c) Review services do not include the time spent resolving general legal or policy issues regarding the application of exemptions.
[65 FR 46339, July 28, 2000]
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