Privacy Act Exemptions
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a) provides that agencies will provide access to records on individuals within its possession unless one of ten exemptions applies. The exact language of the exemptions can be found in the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a). See https://www.justice.gov/opcl/ten-exemptions.
Our regulations at 20 CFR Part 401.85 – Exempt systems provides a complete listing of all our exempt Privacy Act systems of records. The listing below provides citations and links to the final rules published in the Federal Register that promulgates each Privacy Act exemption claimed for our systems of records.
Security and Suitability Files
Security and Suitability Files Final Rule (10/3/19)
|60-0379||Social Security Administration Violence Evaluation and Reporting System (SSAvers)||83 FR 27728|
|60-0380||Anti-Harassment & Hostile Work Environment Case Tracking and Records System||82 FR 16509|
|OIG-001||Criminal Investigative files of the Inspector General||coming soon|
|OIG-002||Civil and Administrative Investigative Files of the Inspector General||coming soon|