43 CFR 2.28 - When may I file an appeal?
A notice to a submitter must include:
(a) Either a copy of the request, the exact language of the request, or (for notices published under § 2.27(b) of this subpart) a general description of the request;
(b) Either a description of the possibly confidential information located in response to the request or a copy of the responsive records, or portions of records, containing the information;
(d) A time limit for responding to the bureau - no less than 10 workdays from receipt or publication of the notice (as set forth in § 2.27(b) of this subpart) - to object to the release and to explain the basis for the objection;
(e) Notice that information contained in the submitter's objections may itself be subject to disclosure under the FOIA;
(f) Notice that the bureau, not the submitter, is responsible for deciding whether the information will be released or withheld;
(g) A request for the submitter's views on whether they still consider the information to be confidential if the submitter designated the material as confidential commercial or financial information 10 or more years before the request; and
(h) Notice that failing to respond within the time frame specified under § 2.28(d) of this subpart will create a presumption that the submitter has no objection to the disclosure of the information in question.
(a) Except as outlined in § 2.29 of this subpart, a bureau must promptly notify a submitter in writing when it receives a FOIA request if:
(1) The requested information has been designated by the submitter as confidential information under § 2.26(a) of this subpart; or
(2) The requested information has not been designated as confidential information by the submitter under § 2.26(a) of this subpart, but the bureau identifies it as possibly confidential information.