(a)Responsibility for notice. The responsible official as specified in § 103.10(a) of this part has responsibility for determining whether access to records is available under the Privacy Act and for notifying the individual of that determination in accordance with these regulations. If access is denied because of an exemption, the responsible person shall notify the individual that he may appeal that determination to the Deputy Attorney General within thirty working days of the receipt of the determination.
(b)Time limits for access determinations. The time limits provided by 28 CFR 16.1(d) shall be applicable to requests for access to information pursuant to the Privacy Act of 1974.
[40 FR 44481, Sept. 26, 1975, as amended at 58 FR 31150, June 1, 1993]
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