Within ten (10) working days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal public holidays)
of the receipt of the request for the correction or amendment of a record, the General
Counsel shall acknowledge receipt of the request and inform the individual that his
or her request has been received and inform the individual whether further information
is required before the correction or amendment can be considered. Further, the General Counsel shall promptly and, under normal circumstances, not
later than thirty (30) working days after receipt of the request, make the requested
correction or amendment or notify the individual of his or her refusal to do so, including
in the notification the reasons for the refusal and the procedures established by
the Commission by which the individual may initiate a review of that refusal. In the event of correction or amendment, an individual shall be provided with one
copy of each record or portion thereof corrected or amended pursuant to his or her
request without charge as evidence of the correction or amendment. The Commission shall also provide to all prior recipients of such a record, the
corrected or amended information to the extent that it is relevant to the information
previously furnished to a recipient pursuant to the Privacy Act.
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