(a) Any record originated by another agency which has determined that the record is exempt. If a request encompasses such a record, the Section will advise the requester of
its existence, and of the name and address of the source agency.
(b) Records specifically authorized under criteria established by an executive order
to be kept secret in the interest of national defense or foreign policy, and which
are, in fact, properly classified pursuant to such executive order.
(c) Those systems of records listed as exempt in the Notice of Records of the Federal
Register, including: Certificates of Medical Examination; Occupational Health and
Injury Files; and Investigative Records.
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