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Sec. 103.23 Special access procedures.
Records of other agencies. When information sought from a system of records of the Service includes information from other agencies or components of the Department of Justice that has been classified under Executive Order 12356, the request and the requested documents shall be referred to the appropriate agency or other component for classification review and processing. Only with the consent of the responsible agency or component, may the requester be informed of the referral as specified in section 3.4
(f) of E.O. 12356.
Medical records. When an individual requests medical records concerning himself, which are not otherwise exempt from disclosure, the responsible official as specified in §
of this part shall, if deemed necessary, advise the individual that records will be provided only to a physician designated in writing by the individual. Upon receipt of the designation, the responsible official as specified in §
of this part will permit the physician to review the records or to receive copies of the records by mail, upon proper verification of identity. The determination of which records should be made available directly to the individual and which records should not be disclosed because of possible harm to the individual shall be made by the physician.
[40 FR 44481, Sept. 26, 1975, as amended at 48 FR 49653, Oct. 27, 1983]