43 CFR 2.60 - Request for notification of existence of records: Submission.

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§ 2.60 Who makes decisions on appeals?

(a) The FOIA Appeals Officer is the deciding official for FOIA appeals that do not appeal a decision of the Office of Inspector General.

(b) The General Counsel is the deciding official for FOIA appeals that appeal a decision of the Office of Inspector General.

(c) When necessary, the appropriate deciding official for FOIA appeals will consult other appropriate offices, including the Office of the Solicitor or Office of General Counsel for denials of records and fee waivers.

(d) The deciding official for FOIA appeals normally will not make a decision on an appeal if the request becomes a matter of FOIA litigation.

[81 FR 11130, Mar. 3, 2016]

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