Current through March 20, 2022

(1) DIDD will aggregate records requests in accordance with the "Reasonable Charges for Frequent and Multiple Requests" policy promulgated by the OORC, which may be found on the DIDD website, when four or more requests are received within a calendar month either from a single individual or a group of individuals deemed working in concert.
(2) Requests for any DIDD records, regardless of the type of records requested or whether the request is directed to, or specifies that the records requested pertain to, a local, regional or central office of the department, may be aggregated.
(3) The PRRC is responsible for making the determination that a group of individuals is working in concert. The PRRC or the records custodian must inform the individuals that they have been deemed to be working in concert and that they have the right to appeal the decision to the OORC.
(4) Once the aggregation threshold is reached, the exemption for labor charges up to one hour specified in Rule 0465-01-04-.12(4) above does not apply for the second and subsequent requests.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0465-01-04-.13
Original 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 Repealed by Chapter 653, § 1 of the 2020 Public Acts, effective April 2, 2020.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. § 10-7-503.

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