4 CFR 201.2 - Definitions.

§ 201.2 Definitions.
For words used in this document, unless the context indicates otherwise, singular includes the plural, plural includes the singular, present tense includes the future tense, and words of one gender include the other gender.
(1) Agency records—Materials that are in the control of the Board and associated with Board business, including:
(i) Materials produced by the Board.
(ii) Materials produced by staff for the Board.
(iii) Materials distributed by presenters at a Board meeting or Board Committee meeting.
(2) All references to records include the entire record and/or any part of the record.
(b) Board—The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board.
(c) Chairman—The Chairman of the Board is designated or appointed by the President.
(d) Designated FOIA Officer—The person designated to administer the Board's activities in regard to the regulations in this part. The FOIA Officer shall be:
(1) The Board officer having custody of, or responsibility for, agency records in the possession of the Board.
(2) The Board officer having responsibility for authorizing or denying production of records from requests filed under the FOIA.
(e) Executive Director—The chief operating officer of the Board.
(f) Member—An individual appointed to serve on the Board pursuant to Title XV, Subtitle B of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Pub. L. 111-5).
(g) Days—Standard working days, excluding weekends and federal holidays.

Title 4 published on 2013-01-01.

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