(1) If a DIDD record contains confidential
information or information that is not open for public inspection, the records
custodian shall prepare a redacted copy prior to providing access or copies. If
questions arise concerning redaction, the records custodian should coordinate
with the PRRC or Office of General Counsel regarding review and redaction of
records. If necessary, DIDD's attorneys may consult with the Office of Open
Records Counsel (OORC) or with the Office of Attorney General and Reporter
regarding this or other issues concerning records requests.
(2) Whenever a redacted record is provided, a
records custodian should provide the requestor with the basis for redaction.
The basis given for redaction shall be general in nature and not disclose
Tenn. Comp. R. &
rules filed January 2, 2019; effective April 2, 2019. Repealed by Chapter 653,
§ 1 of the 2020 Public Acts, effective April 2, 2020. New rules filed
September 3, 2020; effective 12/2/2020.
Authority: T.C.A. §§
and 45 C.F.R. Part 164, Subpart E.