Privacy Act of 1974; System of Records
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives the public the right to access many types of records which are maintained by a Federal agency. The Privacy Act gives the public the right to access and amend many types of records about themselves which are maintained by a Federal agency. In accordance with the Privacy Act, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) Office of General Counsel proposes to modify and rename a current CNCS system of records, Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act Request FilesCorporation-12 (67 FR 4395, 4406, January 30, 2002), to include substantive changes and modifications described in detail in the supplementary section. CNCS uses the system of records to: 1. Track, process, and respond to CNCS's FOIA and Privacy Act inquiries and any disputes involving those inquiries (collectively, ``Requests''); 2. Create reports about those Requests for oversight and reporting purposes; and 3. Execute other responsibilities related to FOIA and the Privacy Act. The records in the system, stored in both paper and electronic form include, but are not limited to: FOIA and Privacy Act requests, follow- up correspondence, documents created to prepare responses, redacted and unredacted copies of responsive records, and final responses.