(a) In general. No particular form is required. All requests must contain the identification information required at § 1901.13.
(b) For access. For requests seeking access, a requester should, to the extent possible, describe
the nature of the record sought and the record system(s) in which it is thought to
be included. Requesters may find assistance from information described in the Privacy Act Issuances
Compilation which is published biannually by the Federal Register. In lieu of this, a requester may simply describe why and under what circumstances
it is believed that this Agency maintains responsive records; the Agency will undertake
the appropriate searches.
(c) For amendment. For requests seeking amendment, a requester should identify the particular record
or portion subject to the request, state a justification for such amendment, and provide
the desired amending language.
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