5 U.S. Code § 1217 - Transmittal of information to Congress
Transmittal of information to Congress
The Special Counsel or any employee of the Special Counsel designated by the Special Counsel, shall transmit to the Congress on the request of any committee or subcommittee thereof, by report, testimony, or otherwise, information and the Special Counsel’s views on functions, responsibilities, or other matters relating to the Office. Such information shall be transmitted concurrently to the President and any other appropriate agency in the executive branch.
(b) Additional Report Required.—
If an allegation submitted to the Special Counsel is resolved by an agreement between an agency and an individual, the Special Counsel shall submit to Congress and each congressional committee with jurisdiction over the agency a report regarding the agreement.
(2)Contents.—Any report required under paragraph (1) shall identify, with respect to an agreement described in that paragraph—
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