(a) No Federal employee whose duties include responding to interrogatories pursuant to
§ 581.303(b), shall be subject to any disciplinary action or civil or criminal liability or penalty
for any disclosure of information made by him/her in connection with the carrying
out of any duties pertaining directly or indirectly to answering such interrogatories.
(b) However, a governmental entity would not be precluded from taking disciplinary action
against an employee who consistently or purposely failed to provide correct information
requested by interrogatories.
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