[Privacy Act Issuances (2005)]
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DEPARTMENT OF THE LABOR

   Table of Contents

                       General Prefatory Statement

Table of Contents

General Prefatory Statement

Government-Wide Systems by the U.S. Department of Labor

       DOL/GOVT-1--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal 
   Employees' Compensation File.
       DOL/GOVT-2--Job Corps Student Records.

Office of the Secretary (OSEC)

       DOL/OSEC-1--Supervisor's/Team Leader's Records of Employees.

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)

       DOL/OASAM-4--Occupational Accident/Injury/Illness Reporting 
   System (AIIRS) File.
       DOL/OASAM-5--Rehabilitation and Counseling File.
       DOL/OASAM-7--Employee Medical Records.
       DOL/OASAM-12--Administrative Grievance Records.
       DOL/OASAM-17--Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint Files.
       DOL/OASAM-19--Negotiated Grievance Procedure and Unfair Labor 
   Practice Files.
       DOL/OASAM-20--Personnel Investigation Records.
       DOL/OASAM-22--Civil Rights Center Citizen Discrimination 
   Complaint Files.
       DOL/OASAM-23--Travel Management Center.
       DOL/OASAM-24--Privacy Act/Freedom of Information Act Requests 
   File System.
       DOL/OASAM-25--Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignment Records.
       DOL/OASAM-26--Frances Perkins Building Parking Management System.
       DOL/OASAM-27--Employee/Contractor Identification Program.
       DOL/OASAM-28--Incident Report/Restriction Notice.
       DOL/OASAM-29--OASAM Employee Administrative Investigation File.
       DOL/OASAM-31--DOL Flexible Workplace (Flexiplace) Programs 
   Evaluation and Files.
       DOL/OASAM-32--Transit Subsidy Management System.
       DOL/OASAM-33--Entity Database.
       DOL/OASAM-34--DOL Fitness Association (DOLFA) Membership Files.
       DOL/OASAM-35--DOL Child Care Subsidy Programs Records.
       DOL/OASAM-36--PeoplePower.

Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJs)

       DOL/OALJ-1--Office of Administrative Law Judges Case Tracking 
   System.
       DOL/OALJ-2--Office of Administrative Law Judges Case Files.
       DOL/OALJ-3--Contract List.
       DOL/OALJ-4--Notification List.

Office of the Administrative Review Board

       DOL/ARB-1--Administrative Review Board Appeals Files.

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)

       DOL/ASP-1--National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS) Research 
   File, Case Tracking Files, Name Index.

Benefits Review Board (BRB)

       DOL/BRB-1--Appeals Files-Benefits Review Board (BRB).

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

       DOL/BLS-6--Applicant Race and National Origin (ARNO) System, Form 
   E 618.
       DOL/BLS-7--BLS Employee Conduct Investigation.
       DOL/BLS-8--BLS Employee ADP Training History.
       DOL/BLS-9--Routine Administrative Files.
       DOL/BLS-10--Commissioner's Correspondence Control System.
       DOL/BLS-11--Mainframe User ID Database.
       DOL/BLS-12--Employee Acknowledgement Letter Control System.
       DOL/BLS-13--National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79) 
   Database.
       DOL/BLS-14--Collection Procedures Research Lab Project Files.
       DOL/BLS-17--National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1996 (NLYS96).
       DOL/BLS-18--Postal Square Building Parking Management Records.
       DOL/BLS-19--Customer Information Files.
       DOL/BLS-20--Fellowship Applicants and Recipients Files.

Office of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

       DOL/CFO-1--Attendance, Leave and Payroll File.
       DOL/CFO-2--Department of Labor Accounting and Related Systems.
       DOL/CFO-3--Travel and Transportation System.

Office of Disability Employment Policy, formerly known as the President's 
Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (PCEPD)

       DOL/ODEP-1--Job Accommodation Network (JAN) Files.
       DOL/ODEP-2--Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) Database.

Employees' Compensation Appeals Board (ECAB)

       DOL/ECAB-1--Employees' Compensation Appeals Board Docket Records.
       DOL/ECAB-2--Employees' Compensation Appeals Board Disposition 
   Records.

Employment Standards Administration (ESA)

       DOL/ESA-2--Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, 
   Complaint Case Files.
       DOL/ESA-5--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Black Lung 
   Antidiscrimination Files.
       DOL/ESA-6--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Black Lung 
   Benefits Claim File.
       DOL/ESA-15--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
   and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Case Files.
       DOL/ESA-24--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
   and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Special Fund System.
       DOL/ESA-25--Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, 
   Management Information System (OFCC/MIS).
       DOL/ESA-26--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
   and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Investigation Files.
       DOL/ESA-27--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
   and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Claimant Representatives.
       DOL/ESA-28--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Physicians 
   and Health Care Providers Excluded Under the Longshore Act.
       DOL/ESA-29--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Physicians 
   and Health Care Providers Excluded Under the Federal Employees' 
   Compensation Act.
       DOL/ESA-30--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Black Lung 
   Automated Support Package.
       DOL/ESA-32--Employee Conduct Investigations.
       DOL/ESA-33--Time Report Component of the Wage and Hour 
   Investigative Support and Reporting Database (WHISARD).
       DOL/ESA-34--Farm Labor Contractor Registration File.
       DOL/ESA-35--Farm Labor Contractor Employee Registration File.
       DOL/ESA-36--MSPA Civil Money Penalties in the Wage and Hour 
   Investigative Support and Reporting Database (WHISARD).
       DOL/ESA-37--MSPA Public Central Registry Records File.
       DOL/ESA-38--Wage and Hour Regional Office Clearance List-MSPA 
   Registration.
       DOL/ESA-39--State Employment Service Clearance List-MSPA 
   Registration.
       DOL/ESA-40--MSPA Tracer List.
       DOL/ESA-41--MSPA Certificate Action Record Files.
       DOL/ESA-42--Case Registration/Investigator form; in the Wage and 
   Hour Investigative Support and Report Database (WHISARD).
       DOL/ESA-43--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal 
   Employees Compensation Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers' 
   Compensation Act Rehabilitation Files.
       DOL/ESA-44--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal 
   Employees Compensation Act (FEC) and Longshore and Harbor Workers' 
   Compensation Act Rehabilitation Counselor Case Assignment, Contract 
   Management and Performance Files and FEC Field Nurses Files.
       DOL/ESA-45--Investigative Files of the Office of Labor-Management 
   Standards (Formerly DOL/OAW-1)
       DOL/ESA-46--Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection 
   Act (MSPA) Ineligible Farm Labor Contractors.
       DOL/ESA-47--Youth Peddler Bulletin Board.
       DOL/ESA-48--``Customer Service'' component of the Wage Hour 
   Investigative Support and Reporting Database (WHISARD).
       DOL/ESA-49--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Energy 
   Employees' Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act File.
       DOL/ESA-50--Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Physicians 
   and Health Care Providers Excluded under the Energy Employees' 
   Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.
       DOL/ESA-51--OLMS Public Disclosure Request Tracking System.

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

       DOL/ETA-1--Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, Budget and 
   Position Control File.
       DOL/ETA-4--Apprenticeship Information Management System (AIMS).
       DOL/ETA-7--Employer Application File for Permanent and Temporary 
   Alien Workers.
       DOL/ETA-8--Job Corps Student Pay, Allotment and Management 
   Information System (SPAMIS).
       DOL/ETA-15--DOL/ETA Evaluation, Research Pilot or Demonstration 
   Contractors' Project Files.
       DOL/ETA-16--Employment and Training Administration Investigatory 
   File.
       DOL/ETA-20--Federal Bonding Program, Bondees Certification Files.
       DOL/ETA-22--ETA Employee Conduct Investigations.
       DOL/ETA-24--Contracting and Grant Officer Files.
       DOL/ETA-25--DOL/ETA Evaluation Research Projects of the 
   Unemployment Compensation System.
       DOL/ETA-26--Standardized Program Information Report (SPIR).
       DOL/ETA-27--Youth Opportunity Grant Program Information Files.

Office of Inspector General (OIG)

       DOL/OIG-1--Investigative Files, Case Tracking System, Analysis, 
   Complaints and Evaluation Files, USDOL/OIG.
       DOL/OIG-2--Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts Records.
       DOL/OIG-3--Investigative Case Files, Case Development and 
   Intelligence Records.
       DOL/OIG-5--Audit Information, Tracking and Reporting Systems.

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

       DOL/ILAB-1--Arbitrators/Experts/Consultant Candidates' 
   Biographies.

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

       DOL/MSHA-1--Coal and Metal and Nonmetal Mine Accident, Injury, 
   and Illness.
       DOL/MSHA-3--Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health Management 
   Information System.
       DOL/MSHA-10--Discrimination Investigations.
       DOL/MSHA-13--Coal Mine Respirable Dust Program.
       DOL/MSHA-15--Health and Safety Training and Examination Records.
       DOL/MSHA-18--Coal Mine Safety and Health Management Information 
   System.
       DOL/MSHA-19--Employee Conduct Investigations System.
       DOL/MSHA-20--Civil/Criminal Investigations.
       DOL/MSHA-21--Assessments and Civil Penalty Debt Collection 
   Activity and Reporting System.
       DOL/MSHA-22--Education Policy and Development; National Mine
       Health and Safety Academy Permanent Record Cards.
       DOL/MSHA-23--Educational Policy and Development; Educational 
   Field Services (EFS) Activity Reporting System.
       DOL/MSHA-24--Radon Daughter Exposure.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

       DOL/OSHA-1--Discrimination Complaint File.
       DOL/OSHA-6--Program Activity File.
       DOL/OSHA-9--OSHA Compliance Safety and Health Officer Training 
   Record.
       DOL/OSHA-10--OSHA Train-the-Trainer Outreach Program.
       DOL/OSHA-12--OSHA Employee Conduct Investigations.
       DOL/OSHA-13--OSHA Office of Training and Education Automated 
   Registration System.
       DOL/OSHA-14--Office of Training and Education Computer-based 
   Acquisition/Financial Records System.
       DOL/OSHA-15--Office of Training and Education Resource Center 
   Circulation Project.

Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)

       DOL/PWBA-2--PWBA Investigation Management Files.
       DOL/PWBA-3--PWBA Correspondence Files.
       DOL/PWBA-4--Technical Assistance and Inquiry Files.
       DOL/PWBA-5--Public Disclosure Request Tracking System.
       DOL/PWBA-6--PWBA Debt Collection/Management System.
       DOL/PWBA-7--Employee Conduct Investigations.
       DOL/PWBA-8--PWBA Consolidated Training Record.
       DOL/PWBA-9--Office of Enforcement Correspondence Tracking System.
       DOL/PWBA-10--PWBA Civil Litigation Case Information System.
       DOL/PWBA-11--PWBA Criminal Case Information System.
       DOL/PWBA-12--Publication Hotline Requests.
       DOL/PWBA-13--Office of Exemption Determinations ERISA Section 
   502(l) Files.
       DOL/PWBA-14--Investment Advisor Registration Data Base.
       DOL/PWBA-15--PWBA Inventory Management Data Base.
       DOL/PWBA-16--Form 5500EZ Filings.

Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)

       DOL/OSBP-1--Office of Small Business Programs, Small Entity 
   Inquiry and Complaint Tracking System.
       DOL/OSBP-2--Department of Labor Advisory Committee Members Files.

Office of the Solicitor (OSOL)

       DOL/SOL-3--Tort Claims Files.
       DOL/SOL-5--Workforce Investment Act Tort Claims Files.
       DOL/SOL-6--Military Personnel and Civilian Employees' Claims.
       DOL/SOL-7--Solicitor's Legal Activity Recordkeeping System.
       DOL/SOL-9--Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act Appeals 
   Files.
       DOL/SOL-13--Employee Conduct Investigations.
       DOL/SOL-15--Solicitor's Office Litigation Files.
       DOL/SOL-17--Solicitor's Office Equipment Files.

Office of the 21st Century Workforce

       Correspondence with the Office ofthe 21st Century Wiorkforce.

Veterans Employment and Training (VETS)

       DOL/VETS-1--Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment 
   Rights Act (USERRA) Complaint File.
       DOL/VETS-2--Veterans' Preference Complaint File under the 
   Veterans Equal Opportunities Act of 1998 (VEOA).
       DOL/VETS-3--Veterans' Transition Assistance Program (TAP) 
   Registration System.

Appendix--Responsible Officials

General Prefatory Statement

A. Universal Routine Uses of the Records

       The following routine uses of the records apply to and are 
   incorporated by reference into each system of records published below 
   unless the text of a particular notice of a system of records 
   indicates otherwise. These routine uses do not apply to DOL/OASAM--5, 
   Rehabilitation and Counseling File, nor to DOL/OASAM--7, Employee 
   Medical Records.
       1. To disclose the records to the Department of Justice when:
       The agency or any component thereof; or (b) any employee of the 
   agency in his or her official capacity; or (c) the United States 
   Government, is a party to litigation or has an interest in such 
   litigation, and by careful review, the agency determines that the 
   records are both relevant and necessary to the litigation, and the 
   use of such records by the Department of Justice is for a purpose 
   that is compatible with the purpose for which the agency collected 
   the records.
       2. To disclose the records in a proceeding before a court or 
   adjudicative body, when: (a) The agency or any component thereof; or 
   (b) any employee of the agency in his or her official capacity; or 
   (c) any employee of the agency in his or her individual capacity; or 
   (d) the United States Government, is a party to litigation or has an 
   interest in such litigation, and by careful review, the agency 
   determines that the records are both relevant and necessary to the 
   litigation, and that the use of such records is a purpose that is 
   compatible with the purpose for which the agency collected the 
   records.
       3. When a record on its face, or in conjunction with other 
   information, indicates a violation or potential violation of law, 
   whether civil, criminal or regulatory in nature, and whether arising 
   by general statute or particular program statute, or by regulation, 
   rule, or order issued pursuant thereto, disclosure may be made to the 
   appropriate agency, whether Federal, foreign, State, local, or 
   tribal, or other public authority responsible for enforcing, 
   investigating or prosecuting such violation or charged with enforcing 
   or implementing the statute, or rule, regulation, or order issued 
   pursuant thereto, if the agency determines by careful review that the 
   records or information are both relevant and necessary to any 
   enforcement, regulatory, investigative or prosecutive responsibility 
   of the receiving entity, and that the use of such records or 
   information is for a purpose that is compatible with the purposes for 
   which the agency collected the records.
       4. To a Member of Congress or to a Congressional staff member in 
   response to an inquiry of the Congressional office made at the 
   written request of the constituent about whom the record is 
   maintained.
       5. To the National Archives and Records Administration or to the 
   General Services Administration for records management inspections 
   conducted under 44 U.S.C. 2904 and 2906.
       6. To disclose to contractors, employees of contractors, 
   consultants, grantees, and volunteers who have been engaged to assist 
   the agency in the performance of or working on a contract, service, 
   grant, cooperative agreement or other activity or service for the 
   Federal Government.

       Note 1. Recipients shall be required to comply with the 
   requirements of the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, 5 U.S.C. 552a; 
   see also 5 U.S.C. 552a(m).

       7. To the parent locator service of the Department of Health and 
   Human Services or to other authorized persons defined by Public Law 
   93--647 the name and current address of an individual for the purpose 
   of locating a parent who is not paying required child support.
       8. To any source from which information is requested in the 
   course of a law enforcement or grievance investigation, or in the 
   course of an investigation concerning retention of an employee or 
   other personnel action, the retention of a security clearance, the 
   letting of a contract, the retention of a grant, or the retention of 
   any other benefit, to the extent necessary to identify the 
   individual, inform the source of the purpose(s) of the request, and 
   identify the type of information requested.
       9. To a Federal, State, local, foreign, or tribal or other public 
   authority of the fact that this system of records contains 
   information relevant to the hiring or retention of an employee, the 
   granting or retention of a security clearance, the letting of a 
   contract, a suspension or debarment determination or the issuance or 
   retention of a license, grant, or other benefit.
       10. To the Office of Management and Budget during the 
   coordination and clearance process in connection with legislative 
   matters.
       11. To the Department of the Treasury, and a debt collection 
   agency with which the United States has contracted for collection 
   services to recover debts owed to the United States.
       12. To the news media and the public when (1) the matter under 
   investigation has become public knowledge, (2) the Solicitor of Labor 
   determines that disclosure is necessary to preserve confidence in the 
   integrity of the Department or is necessary to demonstrate the 
   accountability of the Department's officers, employees, or 
   individuals covered by this system, or (3) the Solicitor of Labor 
   determines that there exists a legitimate public interest in the 
   disclosure of the information, except to the extent that the 
   Solicitor of Labor determines in any of these situations that 
   disclosure of specific information in the context of a particular 
   case would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.

. System Location--Flexiplace Programs

       The following paragraph applies to and is incorporated by 
   reference into all of the Department's systems of records under the 
   Privacy Act, within the category entitled, SYSTEM LOCATION:
       Pursuant to the Department of Labor's Flexiplace Programs, copies 
   of records may be temporarily located at alternative worksites, 
   including employees' homes or at geographically convenient satellite 
   offices for part of the workweek. All appropriate safeguards will be 
   taken at these sites.

Government-Wide Records

       Two systems of records are reported by the Department of Labor 
   for all federal agencies since this Department has overall 
   responsibility for the administration of the programs in connection 
   with which these systems of records have been compiled. It is 
   presumed that most, if not all, federal agencies maintain systems of 
   records comprising a portion of the government wide systems of 
   records. In order to avoid duplication in reporting, the Department 
   is reporting these systems on behalf of all agencies. The Department 
   has control over these systems to the same extent as the Office of 
   Personnel Management has control over systems of records containing 
   federal employee personnel records.
       1. Federal Employees' Compensation Act Files: All records 
   relating to injury or death of civilian employees or other persons 
   entitled to benefits under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act 
   are the records of the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs of 
   the Department of Labor. The Office asserts control of these records 
   under the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 8149 and Department regulations at 
   20 CFR 10.10. This notice applies to copies of claim forms and other 
   documents relating to a compensation claim maintained by the 
   employing agency. This notice, however, does not apply to other 
   medical or related files not created pursuant to the Federal 
   Employees' Compensation Act which may be in the possession of an 
   agency. This system is entitled DOL/GOVT-1, Office of Workers' 
   Compensation Programs, Federal Employees' Compensation File.
       Initial determinations on requests for access, amendment or 
   correction of records maintained in this system of records shall be 
   made by the OWCP district office having jurisdiction over the 
   particular claim. In addition, requests for access to copies of 
   records maintained by the employing agency may be directed to that 
   agency. Administrative appeals from initial determinations denying 
   access, amendment or correction, shall be addressed to the Solicitor 
   of Labor, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210, as required by 20 CFR 10.12.
       2. Job Corps Student Records: All records which contain 
   information about students during their stay in Job Corps, from 
   entrance to placement and/or termination, are records which must be 
   maintained by the Job Corps center. The Employment and Training 
   Administration asserts control of these records under 29 U.S.C. 2881 
   et seq. This system is entitled DOL/GOVT-2, Job Corps Student 
   Records.
       Initial determinations concerning access, amendment or correction 
   of this government-wide system of records shall be made by screening 
   contractors, Job Corps Center Directors, Job Corps National or 
   Regional Offices. Administrative appeals shall be referred to the 
   Solicitor of Labor, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution 
   Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.

Special California Earthquake Co-operative Agreement

       The San Francisco, California Regional Office of the Department 
   of Labor's Office of Assistant Secretary for Administration and 
   Management (OASAM), Region IX of OASAM, has entered into a reciprocal 
   agreement with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service's Office of the 
   Regional Counsel located in San Francisco. The purpose of this 
   reciprocal agreement is to provide each with an alternative off-site 
   location to store computer data. This back-up storage capacity will 
   mitigate damage if an earthquake ever occurs in the San Francisco 
   area. This agreement is based upon the fact that the respective 
   offices of the participants are located at opposite ends of the 
   downtown San Francisco district and the ground structure of the two 
   areas is substantially different.

Addresses to Which Requests May Be Directed

       The addresses of the various component units of the Department as 
   well as its regional offices are contained in the Appendix annexed to 
   this document.
       In addition, the following government agencies also have 
   Government-wide Systems of Records:

Government-Wide Systems

    EEOC/GOVT-/-1--Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint 
                                Records and Appeal Records
    FEMA/GOVT-1--National Defense Executive Reserve System
       GSA/GOVT-2--Employment Under Commercial Activities 
                                                 Contracts
                    GSA/GOVT-3--Travel Charge Card Program
           GSA/GOVT-4--Contracted Travel Services Programs
                      MSPB/GOVT-1--Appeal and Case Records
            OGE/GOVT-1--Executive Branch Public Financial 
       Disclosure Reports and Other Ethics Program Records
    OGE/GOVT-2--Confidential Statements of Employment and 
                                       Financial Interests
                     OPM/GOVT-1--General Personnel Records
      OPM/GOVT-2--Employee Performance File System Records
         OPM/GOVT-3--Adverse Actions and Actions Based on 
                                  Unacceptable Performance
                                    OPM/GOVT-4--[Reserved]
   OPM/GOVT-5--Recruiting, Examining and Placement Records
       OPM/GOVT-6--Personnel Research and Test Validation 
                                                   Records
    OPM/GOVT-7--Applicant--Race, Sex, National Origin and 
                                 Disability Status Records
                                    OPM/GOVT-8--[Reserved]
         OPM/GOVT-9--Position Classification Appeals, Job 
                Grading Appeals, and Retained Grade or Pay
         OPM/GOVT-10--Employee Medical File System Records

   DOL/GOVT-1

   System name: 

       Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal Employees' 
   Compensation Act File.
     Security classification: 
       Most files and data are unclassified. Files and data in certain 
   cases have Top Secret classification, but the rules concerning their 
   maintenance and disclosure are determined by the agency, which has 
   given the information the security classification of Top Secret.
     System location: 
       The central database for DOL/GOVT-1 is located at SUNGUARD, 600 
   Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, New Jersey, 08043. Paper claim files and 
   local databases are located at the various OWCP district offices, and 
   in Kansas City (for imaged cases only); claim files of employees of 
   the Central Intelligence Agency are located at that agency. Records 
   from this system of records may be temporarily located in the office 
   of health care providers and other individuals or entities with whom 
   the Department contracts for such services as examination or 
   evaluation of claimants. Copies of claim forms and other documents 
   arising out of a job-related injury that resulted in the filing of a 
   claim under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA), may also 
   be maintained by the employing agency (and where the forms were 
   transmitted to the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) 
   electronically, the original forms are maintained by the employing 
   agency). In addition, records relating to third-party claims of FECA 
   beneficiaries are maintained in the Division of Employee Benefits, 
   Office of the Solicitor, United States Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210-0002, in the offices of 
   the Regional and Associate Regional Solicitors, and in various 
   offices of the United States Postal Service, which undertakes various 
   duties relating to third party claims pursuant to an agreement with 
   OWCP.
       Pursuant to the Department of Labor's Flexiplace Programs, copies 
   of records may be temporarily located at alternative worksites, 
   including employees' homes or at geographically convenient satellite 
   offices for part of the workweek. All appropriate safeguards will be 
   taken at these sites.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals and/or their survivors who file claims seeking 
   benefits under the FECA by reason of injuries sustained while in the 
   performance of duty. The FECA applies to all civilian federal 
   employees, including various classes of persons who provide or have 
   provided personal service to the government of the United States, and 
   to other persons as defined by law such as state or local law 
   enforcement officers, and their survivors, who were injured or killed 
   while assisting in the enforcement of federal law. In addition, the 
   FECA covers employees of the Civil Air Patrol, Peace Corps 
   Volunteers, Job Corps students, Volunteers in Service to America, 
   members of the National Teacher Corps, certain student employees, 
   members of the Reserve Officers Training Corps, certain former 
   prisoners of war, and employees of particular commissions and other 
   agencies.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system may contain the following kinds of records: reports 
   of injury by the employee and/or employing agency; claim forms filed 
   by or on behalf of injured federal employees or their survivors 
   seeking benefits under the FECA; forms authorizing medical care and 
   treatment; other medical records and reports; bills and other payment 
   records; compensation payment records; formal orders for or against 
   the payment of benefits; transcripts of hearings conducted; and any 
   other medical, employment, or personal information submitted or 
   gathered in connection with the claim. The system may also contain 
   information relating to dates of birth, marriage, divorce, and death; 
   notes of telephone conversations conducted in connection with the 
   claim; information relating to vocational and/or medical 
   rehabilitation plans and progress reports; records relating to court 
   proceedings, insurance, banking and employment; articles from 
   newspapers and other publications; information relating to other 
   benefits (financial and otherwise) the claimant may be entitled to; 
   and information received from various investigative agencies 
   concerning possible violations of Federal civil or criminal law.
       The system may also contain consumer credit reports on 
   individuals indebted to the United States, information relating to 
   the debtor's assets, liabilities, income and expenses, personal 
   financial statements, correspondence to and from the debtor, 
   information relating to the location of the debtor, and other records 
   and reports relating to the implementation of the Federal Claims 
   Collection Act (as amended), including investigative reports or 
   administrative review matters. Individual records listed here are 
   included in a claim file only insofar as they may be pertinent or 
   applicable to the employee or beneficiary.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 8101 et seq., 20 CFR 1.1 et seq.
   Purpose(s): 
       The FECA establishes the system for processing and adjudicating 
   claims that federal employees and other covered individuals file with 
   the Department of Labor's OWCP, seeking monetary, medical and similar 
   benefits for injuries or deaths sustained while in the performance of 
   duty. The records maintained in this system are created as a result 
   of and are necessary to this process. The records provide information 
   and verification about the individual's employment-related injury and 
   the resulting disabilities and/or impairments, if any, on which 
   decisions awarding or denying benefits provided under the FECA must 
   be based.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       In addition to those Department-wide routine uses set forth above 
   in the General Prefatory Statement to this document, disclosure of 
   information from this system of records may be made to the following 
   individuals and entities for the purposes noted when the purpose of 
   the disclosure is both relevant and necessary and is compatible with 
   the purpose for which the information was collected:
       a. To any attorney or other representative of a FECA beneficiary 
   for the purpose of assisting in a claim or litigation against a third 
   party or parties potentially liable to pay damages as a result of the 
   FECA beneficiary's FECA-covered injury and for the purpose of 
   administering the provisions of sections 8131-8132 of the FECA. Any 
   such third party, or a representative acting on that third party's 
   behalf, may be provided information or documents concerning the 
   existence of a record and the amount and nature of compensation paid 
   to or on behalf of the FECA beneficiary for the purpose of assisting 
   in the resolution of the claim or litigation against that party or 
   administering the provisions of sections 8131-8132 of the FECA.
       b. To federal agencies that employed the claimant at the time of 
   the occurrence or recurrence of the injury or occupational illness in 
   order to verify billing, to assist in administering the FECA, to 
   answer questions about the status of the claim, to consider rehire, 
   retention or other actions the agency may be required to take with 
   regard to the claim or to permit the agency to evaluate its safety 
   and health program. Disclosure to federal agencies, including the 
   Department of Justice, may be made where OWCP determines that such 
   disclosure is relevant and necessary for the purpose of providing 
   assistance in regard to asserting a defense based upon the FECA's 
   exclusive remedy provision to an administrative claim or to 
   litigation filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
       c. To other federal agencies, other government or private 
   entities and to private-sector employers as part of rehabilitation 
   and other return-to-work programs and services available through 
   OWCP, where the entity is considering hiring the claimant or where 
   otherwise necessary as part of that return-to-work effort.
       d. To federal, state or private rehabilitation agencies and 
   individuals to whom the claimant has been referred for evaluation of 
   rehabilitation and possible reemployment.
       e. To physicians, pharmacies, and other health care providers for 
   their use in treating the claimant, in conducting an examination or 
   preparing an evaluation on behalf of OWCP and for other purposes 
   relating to the medical management of the claim, including evaluation 
   of and payment for charges for medical and related services and 
   supplies.
       f. To medical insurance or health and welfare plans (or their 
   designees) that cover the claimant in instances where OWCP had paid 
   for treatment of a medical condition that is not compensable under 
   the FECA, or where a medical insurance plan or health and welfare 
   plan has paid for treatment of a medical condition that may be 
   compensable under the FECA, for the purpose of resolving the 
   appropriate source of payment in such circumstances.
       g. To labor unions and other voluntary employee associations from 
   whom the claimant has requested assistance for the purpose of 
   providing such assistance to the claimant.
       h. To a federal, state or local agency for the purpose of 
   obtaining information relevant to a determination concerning initial 
   or continuing eligibility for FECA benefits, and for a determination 
   concerning whether benefits have been or are being properly paid, 
   including whether dual benefits that are prohibited under any 
   applicable federal or state statute are being paid; and for the 
   purpose of utilizing salary offset and debt collection procedures, 
   including those actions required by the Debt Collection Act of 1982, 
   to collect debts arising as a result of overpayments of FECA 
   compensation and debts otherwise related to the payment of FECA 
   benefits.
       i. To the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the purpose of 
   obtaining taxpayer mailing addresses for the purposes of locating a 
   taxpayer to collect, compromise, or write-off a federal claim against 
   such taxpayer; and informing the IRS of the discharge of a debt owed 
   by an individual. Records from this system of records may be 
   disclosed to the IRS for the purpose of offsetting a federal claim 
   from any income tax refund that may be due to the debtor.
       j. To the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 
   for the purpose of using injury reports filed by Federal agencies 
   pursuant to the FECA to fulfill agency injury reporting requirements. 
   Information in this system of records may be disclosed to OSHA by 
   employing agencies as part of any MIS system established under OSHA 
   regulations to monitor health and safety.
       k. To contractors providing services to DOL or any other federal 
   agency or any other individual or entity specified in any of these 
   routine uses or in the Department's General Prefatory Statement who 
   require the data to perform the services that they have contracted to 
   perform, provided that those services are consistent with the routine 
   use for which the information was disclosed to the contracting 
   entity. Should such a disclosure be made to the contractor, the 
   individual or entity making such disclosure shall insure that the 
   contractor complies fully with all Privacy Act provisions, including 
   those prohibiting unlawful disclosure of such information.
       l. To the Defense Manpower Data Center--Department of Defense and 
   the United States Postal Service to conduct computer matching 
   programs for the purpose of identifying and locating individuals who 
   are receiving Federal salaries or benefit payments and are delinquent 
   in their repayment of debts owed to the United States under programs 
   administered by the DOL in order to collect the debts under the 
   provisions of the Debt Collection Act of 1982 (Pub. L. 97-365) by 
   voluntary repayment, or by salary or administrative offset 
   procedures.
       m. To a credit bureau for the purpose of obtaining consumer 
   credit reports identifying the assets, liabilities, expenses, and 
   income of a debtor in order to ascertain the debtor's ability to 
   repay a debt incurred under the FECA, to collect the debt, or to 
   establish a payment schedule.
       n. To consumer reporting agencies as defined by section 603(f) of 
   the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. 1681a(f)) or in accordance 
   with section 3(d)(4)(A)(ii) of the Federal Claims Collection Act of 
   1966 as amended (31 U.S.C. 3711(f)) for the purpose of encouraging 
   the repayment of an overdue debt, the amount, status and history of 
   overdue debts, the name and address, taxpayer identification (SSN), 
   and other information necessary to establish the identity of a 
   debtor, the agency and program under which the claim arose, may be 
   disclosed pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(12)
       o. To a Member of Congress or to a Congressional staff member in 
   response to an inquiry made by an individual seeking assistance who 
   is the subject of the record being disclosed for the purpose of 
   providing such assistance.
       p. To individuals, and their attorneys and other representatives, 
   and government agencies, seeking to enforce a legal obligation on 
   behalf of such individual or agency, to pay alimony and/or child 
   support for the purpose of enforcing such an obligation, pursuant to 
   an order of a state or local court of competent jurisdiction, 
   including Indian tribal courts, within any State, territory or 
   possession of the United States, or the District of Columbia or to an 
   order of a State agency authorized to issue income withholding 
   notices pursuant to State or local law or pursuant to the 
   requirements of section 666(b) of title 42, United States Code, or 
   for the purpose of denying the existence of funds subject to such 
   legal obligation.

       Note: Disclosure of information contained in this system of 
   records to the subject of the record, a person who is duly authorized 
   to act on his or her behalf, or to others to whom disclosure is 
   authorized by these routine uses, may be made over the telephone or 
   by electronic means. Disclosure over the telephone or by electronic 
   means will only be done where the requestor provides appropriate 
   identifying information. Telephonic or electronic disclosure of 
   information is essential to permit efficient administration and 
   adjudication of claims under the FECA. Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 
   552a(b)(1), information from this system of records may be disclosed 
   to members and staff of the Employees' Compensation Appeals Board, 
   the Office of Administrative Law Judges, the Office of the Solicitor 
   and other components of the Department who have a need for the record 
   in the performance of their duties.

   Disclosures to consumer reporting agencies:
       The amount, status and history of overdue debts, the name and 
   address, taxpayer identification (SSAN), and other information 
   necessary to establish the identity of a debtor, the agency and 
   program under which the claim arose, may be disclosed pursuant to 5 
   U.S.C. 552a(b)(12) to consumer reporting agencies as defined by 
   section 603(f) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. 1681a(f)) 
   or in accordance with section 3(d)(4)(A)(ii) of the Federal Claims 
   Collection Act of 1966 as amended (31 U.S.C. 3711(f)) for the purpose 
   of encouraging the repayment of an overdue debt.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Paper case files are maintained in manual files, while security 
   case files are in locked cabinets. Automated data, including case 
   files that have been transformed into electronic form, are stored in 
   computer discs or magnetic tapes, which are stored in cabinets. 
   Microfiche is stored in cabinets.
     Retrievability: 
       Files and automated data are retrieved after identification by 
   coded file number and/or Social Security Number which is cross-
   referenced to employee by name, employing establishment, and date and 
   nature of injury. Since the electronic case management files were 
   created in 1975, these electronic files are located in District 
   Offices which have jurisdiction over the claim, and (as noted above 
   under ``system location''), a complete central data base is 
   maintained at the location of the contractor. Prior to 1975, a paper 
   index file was maintained; these records were transferred to 
   microfiche and are located in the national office.
     Safeguards: 
       Files and automated data are maintained under supervision of OWCP 
   personnel during normal working hours--only authorized personnel, 
   with the appropriate password, may handle, retrieve, or disclose any 
   information contained therein. Only personnel having an appropriate 
   security clearance may handle or process security files. After normal 
   working hours, security files are kept in locked cabinets. Access to 
   electronic records is controlled by password or other user 
   identification code.
     Retention and disposal: 
       All case files and automated data pertaining to a claim are 
   destroyed 15 years after the case file has become inactive. Case 
   files that have been scanned to create electronic copies are 
   destroyed after the copies are verified. Automated data is retained 
   in its most current form only, however, and as information is 
   updated, outdated information is deleted. Some related financial 
   records are retained only in electronic form, and destroyed 6 years 
   and 3 months after creation or receipt.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director for Federal Employees' Compensation, Office of Workers' 
   Compensation Programs, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room S-3229, 
   Washington, DC 20210-0002.
     Notification procedure: 
       An individual wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about him/her may write or telephone the OWCP 
   district office that services the state in which the individual 
   resided or worked at the time he or she believes a claim was filed. 
   In order for the record to be located, the individual must provide 
   his or her full name, OWCP claim number (if known), date of injury 
   (if known), and date of birth.
     Record access procedures: 
       Any individual seeking access to non-exempt information about a 
   case in which he/she is a party in interest may write or telephone 
   the OWCP district office where the case is located, or the systems 
   manager, and arrangements will be made to provide review of the file. 
   Access to copies of documents maintained by the employing agency may 
   be secured by contacting that agency's designated disclosure 
   officials.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Specific materials in this system have been exempted from certain 
   Privacy Act provisions regarding the amendment of records. The 
   section of this notice entitled ``Systems Exempted From Certain 
   Provisions of the Act,'' indicates the kind of materials exempted, 
   and the reasons for exempting them. Any individual requesting 
   amendment of non-exempt records should contact the appropriate OWCP 
   district office, or the system manager. Individuals requesting 
   amendment of records must comply with the Department's Privacy Act 
   regulations at 29 CFR 71.1 and 71.9, and with the regulations found 
   at 20 CFR 10.12 (1999).
     Record source categories: 
       Injured employees; beneficiaries; employing Federal agencies; 
   other Federal agencies; physicians; hospitals; clinics; suppliers of 
   health care products and services and their agents and 
   representatives; educational institutions; attorneys; Members of 
   Congress; OWCP field investigations; State governments; consumer 
   credit reports; agency investigative reports; correspondence with the 
   debtor including personal financial statements; records relating to 
   hearings on the debt; and other DOL systems of records.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2), investigative material in 
   this system of records compiled for law enforcement purposes is 
   exempt from subsections (c)(3), (d), (e)(1), (e)(4)(G), (H) and (I), 
   and (f) of 5 U.S.C. 552a, provided, however, that if any individual 
   is denied any right, privilege, or benefit that he or she would 
   otherwise be entitled to by Federal law, or for which he or she would 
   otherwise be eligible, as a result of the maintenance of these 
   records, such material shall be provided to the individual, except to 
   the extent that the disclosure of the material would reveal the 
   identity of a source who furnished information to the Government 
   under an express promise that the identity of the source would be 
   held in confidence, or prior to January 1, 1975, under an implied 
   promise that the identity of the source would be held in confidence.

   DOL/GOVT-2

   System name: 

       Job Corps Student Records.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Screening contractors; Job Corps centers and operators (which 
   includes contract and agency centers); Job Corps National Office; Job 
   Corps Regional Offices; Federal Records Centers.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Job Corps applicants, students, and terminees.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records contain information kept on the students, such as 
   separate running accounts of the students' general biographical data; 
   educational training, vocational training; counseling; recreational 
   activities; dormitory logs; health (dental, medical, mental health, 
   and drug testing records); administrative records covering data 
   pertaining to enrollment allowances and allotments; leave records; 
   Student Profile (ETA-640); and Center Standards Officer's 
   disciplinary records.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Subtitle C of Title I of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, 29 
   U.S.C. 2881 et seq.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are maintained to ensure that all appropriate 
   documents of the student's stay in Job Corps (covering application to 
   placement and/or termination) are retained and are available to those 
   officials who have a legitimate need for the information in 
   performing their duties and to serve the interests and needs of the 
   students in accordance with 29 U.S.C. 2881 et seq.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       These records and information in these records may be used when 
   relevant, necessary, and appropriate:
       (1) To disclose photographs and student identities, with 
   appropriate consent, to the news media, for the purpose of promoting 
   the merits of the program.
       (2) To disclose information, giving the summary of a student's 
   academic and vocational achievement and general biographical 
   information, to placement and welfare agencies, prospective 
   employers, school or training institutions to assist in the 
   employment of a student.
       (3) To disclose information to State and Federal law enforcement 
   agencies or other government investigators to assist them in locating 
   a student and/or his or her family.
       (4) To disclose information to appropriate Federal, State, and 
   local agencies which have law enforcement jurisdiction over students 
   (which includes probation or parole officers); and/or the property on 
   which the center is located.
       (5) To disclose all or any information to parents/guardians 
   regarding students under the age of 18 for performance of parental 
   rights and responsibilities.
       (6) To disclose information to Job Corps health consultants; Job 
   Corps Center Review Board members (in appropriate disciplinary 
   cases); State, county, and local health services personnel; family 
   planning agencies; and physicians (public or private) to whom a 
   student is referred for diagnosis or to receive treatment to assure 
   continuance of proper health care, or notification and contact 
   tracking for communicable disease control.
       (7) To disclose to State and local health departments all cases 
   of infection or disease that are required to be reported to them in 
   accordance with state and local laws. This disclosure shall be made 
   by the Center Director.

       Note: Center physicians shall deal with all cases of communicable 
   diseases in accordance with Job Corps directives based on current 
   recommendations of the Center for Disease Control of the Department 
   of Health and Human Services.

       (8) To disclose information to State and local health departments 
   regarding infected persons who are unwilling to notify their contacts 
   at the center for the purpose of enabling the counseling of contacts.
       (9) To disclose information to medical laboratories necessary in 
   identifying specimens for the purpose of testing.
       (10) To disclose information to social service agencies in cases 
   of a student's termination in order to provide services such as 
   Medicaid, housing, finance, and placement.
       (11) To disclose information to the Army Finance Center, Fort 
   Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, to pay student allowances and maintain 
   and dispose of their pay records.
       (12) To disclose information to Federal, State, and local 
   agencies and to community-based organizations for the operation of 
   experimental, research, demonstration, and pilot projects authorized 
   under sections 156, 171, or 172 of the Workforce Investment Act of 
   1998, 29 U.S.C. 2856, 2916, or 2917, except that in the case of a 
   research project, the researcher shall guarantee to protect the 
   anonymity of all staff and students involved in any presentation of 
   the results of such study.
       (13) To disclose information to contractors and agencies that 
   operate centers or have Outreach Admissions and Placement (OA&P) 
   issues which demonstrate a legitimate need for the information to 
   enable them to properly administer their responsibilities in the Job 
   Corps program.
       (14) To disclose to the Selective Service system names, social 
   security number, date of birth, and address of students, to insure 
   registration compliance for eligible applicants applying for Job 
   Corps training benefits.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Students' files are maintained in locked file cabinets; files are 
   maintained on magnetic tapes, computer data base, and discs; 
   printouts from army terminals which include payroll statistical 
   reports.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are retrieved by name, social security number, and date 
   of student entry.
     Safeguards: 
       Records are maintained in file folders during center use; health 
   records are placed in sealed envelopes after termination; on magnetic 
   tapes, computer data base, or discs; and are stored in locked filing 
   cabinets with access to those whose official duties require access.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Job Corps centers will maintain records of terminated students 
   for a period of 3 years unless custodianship is extended or 
   terminated, for administrative reasons, by the regional office. 
   Counseling records are retained on the Job Corps center for 6 months 
   after student's termination, after which they are destroyed. After 
   termination, a summary or copy of the counseling record is placed in 
   the health record.
       After 3 years, centers will retire the records to the appropriate 
   Federal Records center. Students' records are subject to destruction 
   75 years from the birth date of the youngest student's record 
   contained in a GSA records retirement box, with the disposal 
   authority being NC 369-76-2, item 59. [Note: Centers will send a copy 
   of the SF 135-135 A (transmittal and receipt form) to the appropriate 
   Job Corps regional office, after they have received the accession 
   number from the appropriate Federal Records Center. In the event of a 
   student's death, the student's entire personnel record shall be sent 
   to the U.S. Department of Labor Job Corps National Health Office 
   within 10 days of date of student's death.]
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Office of Job Corps, U.S. DOL/ETA, Frances Perkins 
   Building, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure:
       Requests for access of terminated student's records are to be 
   directed to the appropriate U.S. DOL Regional Job Corps Office, or to 
   the System Manager at the above address. Requests for current records 
   can be directed to the appropriate center director or screening 
   contractor.
     Record access procedures: 
       A request for access to a record from this system shall be made 
   in writing to the System Manager or appropriate center director, 
   Regional Job Corps Director, or screening contractor, in accordance 
   with rules and regulations of the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, 
   with the envelope and the letter clearly marked ``Privacy Act 
   Request'', and the record sufficiently described in the letter for 
   identification.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Individuals desiring to contest or amend information maintained 
   in this system should direct their request to the System Manager 
   listed above, or appropriate center director, Regional Job Corps 
   Director, or screening contractor, stating clearly and concisely what 
   information is contested, the reasons for contesting the information, 
   and the proposed amendment to the information sought. Details 
   required for records identification are: (a) Full Name(s) (i.e., name 
   during enrollment); (b) Center(s) where enrolled; and (d) Date 
   enrolled.
     Record source categories: 
       Outreach/screening and placement contractors; Job Corps centers; 
   Job Corps students; employment services; parole officers; State and 
   local law enforcement agencies.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OSEC-1

   System name: 

       Supervisor's/Team Leader's Records of Employees.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Immediate supervisor(s)/team leader(s) and two higher supervisory 
   levels at all facilities of the Department, as well as the national 
   and regional personnel offices. Emergency addressee information may 
   be kept upon the supervisor's person when appropriate.

       Note: Requests for a reasonable accommodation are made to 
   supervisors. The Civil Rights Center may temporarily maintain a copy 
   of such requests and of the medical documents submitted by the 
   employee when the Public Health Service physician completes his or 
   her review of the request.

     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Current employees and employees who have retired or left the 
   office within the last twelve months.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records related to individuals while employed by the Department 
   and which contain such information as: record of employee/supervisor 
   discussions, supervisor(s)/team leader(s) observations, supervisory 
   copies of officially recommended actions, reports of FTS telephone 
   usage containing call detail information, awards, disciplinary 
   actions, emergency addressee information, flexiplace records, reports 
   of on-the-job accidents, injuries, illnesses, correspondence from 
   physicians, and training requests. The system also contains records 
   relating to requests for reasonable accommodation, and/or leave, 
   including medical documents submitted by employees, as well as 
   reports and records by the Public Health Service physicians who have 
   reviewed the accommodation requests.
       The system also contains labor relations materials such as 
   performance improvement plans (PIPs), reprimands, suspensions of less 
   than 14 days, leave restrictions and related materials.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301, 1302, 2951, 4118, Reorganization Plan 6 of 1950, 
   and the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. The Rehabilitation Act and 
   the American Disabilities Awareness Act.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain a file for the use of supervisor(s)/team leader(s) in 
   performing their responsibilities and to support specific personnel 
   actions on employees.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       A. Selected information may be disclosed at appropriate stages of 
   adjudication to the Merit Systems Protection Board, Office of the 
   Special Counsel, the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the Equal 
   Employment Opportunity Commission, arbitrators, or the courts for the 
   purposes of satisfying requirements related to investigation of 
   prohibited personnel practices, appeals, special studies 
   investigations of alleged EEOC discrimination practices and unfair 
   labor practices.
       B. Records relating to a request for a reasonable accommodation 
   may be referred to the Public Health Service (PHS) or other 
   physicians for their review and evaluation of the request.
       C. Data may be disclosed to medical providers for the purpose of 
   evaluating sick leave absences based upon illness or injury.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in manual files.
     Retrievability: 
       By name of employee.
     Safeguards: 
       Locked storage cabinets and desks. Access limited to officials/
   employees on a need to know basis.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained on current employees. Records on former 
   employees are kept for one year, then destroyed.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       All supervisor(s)/team leader(s) having responsibility for 
   performance management plans, performance standards, or ratings.
     Notification procedure: 
       An individual may inquire whether the system contains a record 
   pertaining to her/him by contacting the supervisor/team leader who 
   completes his/her performance standards and rating.
     Record access procedures: 
       A request for access will be addressed to the appropriate system 
   manager listed above. Individuals must furnish their name in order 
   for their records to be located and identified:
     Contesting record procedures: 
       A petition for amendments shall be addressed to the appropriate 
   System Manager.
     Record source categories: 
       Information is supplied by the individual, supervisor(s)/team 
   leader(s), agency officials, medical providers and co-workers.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the Act:
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-4

   System name: 

       Safety and Health Information Management System (SHIMS).
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       1. Safety and Health Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210 and
       2. DOL regional offices.
       3. A copy of the modified CA-1/CA-2 Form used by the Office of 
   Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) may be reproduced and retained 
   in the office of the supervisor who files the form.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL employees and Job Corps students involved in occupationally 
   related accidents, injuries and illnesses.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Reports of on-the-job accidents, injuries, and illnesses 
   generated as a result of filing forms CA-1, CA-2, and CA-6.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       29 U.S.C. 651 et seq., 29 CFR Part 1960, 5 U.S.C. 7902, DOL 
   Secretary's Order 5-95, Executive Order 12196.
   Purpose(s): 
       This system is used (a) to provide an information source for 
   compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act; (b) to 
   provide a documented record of job related accidents, injuries, and 
   illnesses for the purpose of measuring safety and health programs' 
   effectiveness; (c) to provide summary data of accident, injury and 
   illness information to Departmental agencies in a number of formats 
   for analytical purposes in establishing programs to reduce or 
   eliminate loss producing hazards or conditions; (d) to provide 
   summary listings of individual cases to Departmental agencies to 
   ensure that all work-related injury/illness cases are reported 
   through the SHIMS; and (e) to use as a reference when adjudicating 
   tort and employee claims.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are stored on computer disks, and on hard copies filed in 
   locked file cabinets.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are retrieved by claimant's last name, social security 
   number, and employee category (DOL employee or Job Corps student).
     Safeguards: 
       Records are maintained in locked storage equipment. Computer 
   files are accessible only to authorized users through password/user 
   ID system.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained for five (5) years after each report is 
   filed with the agency. Electronic copies are maintained for five (5) 
   years and then downloaded onto a disk.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Director, Safety and Health Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of 
   Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the systems manager, 
   or the servicing regional office in which they are employed. 
   Individuals must furnish in writing the following information for 
   their records to be located and identified:
       a. Full name
       b. Date of birth
       c. Signature
     Record access procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to request access to records should contact 
   the appropriate office (national/regional). Individuals must furnish 
   the following information for their records to be located:
       a. Full name
       b. Date of birth
       c. Signature
       Individuals requesting access must also comply with the Privacy 
   Act Regulations on verification of identity and access to records (5 
   CFR 297.201 and 297.203).
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to request information about their records 
   should contact in writing the systems manager. Individual must 
   furnish the following information for their records to be located:
       a. Full name
       b. Signature
     Record source categories: 
       a. The employee (or someone acting on his/her behalf).
       b. Witness (if any).
       c. Employing agency (supervisor or comp specialist).
       d. CA-1, CA-2, CA-6, forms used by OWCP.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-5

   System name: 

       Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Records.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       The Employee Assistance Program (EAP), headquartered in the 
   Safety and Health Center, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management (OASAM), U.S. Department of Labor 
   (DOL), 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210, and 
   offices of designated EAP service providers located elsewhere in the 
   Washington metropolitan area and Department's regions.

       Note: DOL may elect to use, under an interagency agreement or 
   other contractual arrangement, the counseling staff of another 
   Federal, state, or local government, or private or community 
   organization. This system does not cover EAP records of DOL employees 
   (current or former) or their family members that are maintained by 
   other Federal agencies.

     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL employees or their family members, who have been assessed, 
   referred for treatment/rehabilitation or otherwise counseled 
   regarding alcohol or drug abuse or other emotional health issues by 
   an EAP counselor responsible for providing services to DOL employees 
   or their family members.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records in this system include documentation of visits to 
   counselors designated by the agency to provide EAP services 
   (regardless of whether the counselors are employed by the Federal, 
   state, or local government, or by a private sector or community 
   organization); problem assessments; counseling; recommendations and/
   or referrals for treatment and/or rehabilitation; client cooperation 
   with those recommendations and/or referrals; progress; and other 
   notes or records of discussions held with the client made by the 
   counselor. Additionally, records in this system may include 
   documentation of the therapeutic or rehabilitative work performed by 
   a private therapist or a therapist at a Federal, State, local 
   government, or private organization. If the client was referred to 
   the EAP by a supervisor due to work performance or conduct problems, 
   the record may also contain information regarding such matters. When 
   the client was referred to the EAP because of a positive drug test, 
   required by DOL's drug-free workplace plan, the record will also 
   contain information about such tests results.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 7901, 7904; 5 U.S.C. 7361-7362; 42 U.S.C. 290dd-3; 5 CFR 
   part 792; 42 CFR part 2; and E.O. 12564.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are used to document the nature and extent of the 
   client's problem; the counseling, recommendations and/or referrals 
   for treatment and/or rehabilitation made by the EAP; and the extent 
   of the client's participation in, and the results of treatment or 
   rehabilitation in community or private sector programs; and any 
   follow-up necessary.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       a. DOL may elect to enter into interagency agreements or other 
   contractual arrangements with other Federal agencies, private 
   organizations or individuals for the purpose of providing EAP 
   services for DOL employees and their family members. Relevant records 
   will be disclosed to these providers.
       b. Except where the records are covered by the Confidentiality of 
   Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulation, 42 CFR part 2, 
   records and information in these records may be:
       (1) Disclosed to the Department of Justice when: (A) DOL or any 
   component thereof; or (B) any employee of the agency in his or her 
   official capacity; or (C) the United States Government, is a party to 
   litigation or has an interest in such litigation, and by careful 
   review, the agency determines that the records are both relevant and 
   necessary to the litigation, and the use of such records by the 
   Department of Justice is for a purpose that is compatible with the 
   purpose for which the agency collected the records.
       (2) Disclosed in a proceeding before a court or adjudicative 
   body, when: (A) DOL or any component thereof; or (B) any employee of 
   the agency in his or her official capacity; or (C) any employee of 
   the agency in his or her individual capacity; or (D) the United 
   States Government, is a party to litigation or has an interest in 
   such litigation, and by careful review, the agency determines that 
   the records are both relevant and necessary to the litigation, and 
   that the use of such records is a purpose that is compatible with the 
   purpose for which the agency collected the records.
       c. Where the records are covered by the Confidentiality of 
   Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulation, 42 CFR part 2, 
   records and information in these records may be used:
       (1) To disclose, in accordance with 42 CFR 2.51, patient 
   identifying information to medical personnel who have a need for the 
   information about a patient for the purpose of treating a condition 
   which poses an immediate threat to health of any person and which 
   requires immediate medical intervention.
       (2) To disclose patient identifying information to medical 
   personnel of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the 
   circumstances set forth in 42 U.S.C. 2.51(b) et seq.;
       (3) To disclose patient information when authorized by an order 
   of a court of competent jurisdiction in accordance with 42 CFR 2.61;
       (4) To disclose information to a Federal, State or local law 
   enforcement authority that is directly related to a patient's 
   commission of a crime committed on the premises of the program or 
   against any program personnel or to a threat to commit such a crime. 
   (See 42 CFR 2.12(a)(5));
       (5) To disclose information to State or local law enforcement 
   authorities on incidents of suspected child abuse or neglect. (See 42 
   CFR 2.12(c)(6)).
       (6) To disclose the fact of a minor's application for treatment 
   to the minor's parent or guardian where State law requires parental 
   consent. (See 42 CFR 2.14(c));
       (7) To disclose to a minor's parent or guardian, facts relevant 
   to reducing a threat to the life or physical well being of any 
   individual, if the minor lacks capacity for rational choice (See 42 
   CFR 2.14(d));
       (8) To disclose to a Qualified Service Organization (QSO),in 
   accordance with 42 CFR 2.12(c)(4), that information needed by the QSO 
   to provide services to the program;
       (9) To disclose patient identifying information for the purpose 
   of conducting scientific research under the circumstances set forth 
   in 42 CFR 2.52;
       (10) To disclose patient identifying information for audit and 
   evaluation purposes under the circumstance set forth in 42 CFR 2.53
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       These records are maintained in file folders.
     Retrievability: 
       These records are retrieved by the name of the individual on whom 
   they are maintained.
     Safeguards: 
       These records are maintained in locked metal file cabinets 
   labeled confidential with access strictly limited to personnel 
   directly responsible for the management or operation of DOL's EAP. 
   Such access and use must be in accordance with the provisions of the 
   Privacy Act and 42 CFR part 2.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained for three (3) years after the client's 
   last contact with the EAP, or until any relevant litigation is 
   resolved, or any periodic evaluation reports required by the U.S. 
   Office of Personnel Management, DOL, or other authorities are 
   completed. Records are destroyed by shredding or burning.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       The Employee Assistance Program Administrator, Safety and Health 
   Center, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       An individual wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about him/her should submit a written request to 
   the system manager, stating that the request is being made pursuant 
   to the Privacy Act, and including:
       His/her full name, any former name, if applicable, home address, 
   place and approximate dates when EAP services were received, date and 
   place of birth, and signature.
     Record access procedures: 
       Follow the same steps described above.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Follow the same steps described above. In addition, the written 
   request for an amendment should include the following:
       a. The precise identification of the records to be amended;
       b. The identification of the specific material to be deleted, 
   added, or changed; and
       c. A statement of reasons for the request, including all 
   available material substantiating the request.
       Requests for amendment of records should include the words 
   Privacy Act Amendment Request on both the envelope and at the top of 
   the request letter.
     Record source categories:
       Information in this system of records comes from the individual 
   to whom it applies, the supervisor of the individual if the 
   individual was referred to the EAP by a supervisor, the staff of the 
   EAP, other therapists or organizations providing treatment and/or 
   rehabilitation, and other sources whom the EAP believes may have 
   information relevant to treatment of the individual.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-7

   System name: 

       Employee Medical File System Records (not job related).
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       For current employees, records are located in a health unit or 
   dispensary of the Federal Occupational Health (FOH), U.S. Public 
   Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services, or in a 
   health unit or dispensary of another Federal or private sector entity 
   which provides health services, under an interagency agreement or 
   other contractual arrangement, to DOL employees. Medical records 
   maintained by one of the latter entities may be considered the 
   property of the entity providing care to the DOL employee; however, 
   records maintained by FOH are considered the property of DOL.
       For former employees, most records will be located in an Employee 
   Medical Folder (EMF) stored at the National Personnel Records Center 
   operated by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). 
   Agencies may retain some records on former employees for a limited 
   time.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals covered are those of the following who have received 
   voluntary employee health services provided by the agency under the 
   authority of 5 U.S.C. 7901:
       a. Current and former DOL employees as defined in 5 U.S.C. 2105.
       b. DOL contract employees and other visitors (including minors 
   and employees of other Federal agencies) who may have received 
   emergency care from the health unit or dispensary.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system is comprised of records developed as a result of the 
   provision of voluntary employee health services offered by the agency 
   under the authority of 5 U.S.C. 7901. These records contain the 
   following information:
       a. Medical history and other biographical data on those employees 
   requesting voluntary periodic health examinations.
       b. Test reports and medical diagnoses based on voluntary periodic 
   health examinations or voluntary health screening program tests 
   (tests for single medical conditions or diseases).
       c. History of complaint, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries and 
   illnesses cared for by the health unit or dispensary.
       d. Vaccination records.

       Note: Listed below are other types of medical records which are 
   not covered by this system of records. Rather, they are covered by a 
   government-wide system of records (OPM/GOVT-10), which is managed by 
   the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), even though the 
   records are not in OPM's physical custody. The routine uses of such 
   records are defined in the Privacy Act Notice for OPM/GOVT-10. Such 
   records include:

       (1). Medical records, forms, and reports completed or obtained 
   when an individual applies for a Federal job and is subsequently 
   employed;
       (2). Medical records, forms and reports completed during 
   employment as a condition of employment, either by the employing 
   agency or by another State or local government entity, or a private 
   sector entity under contract to the employing agency;
       (3). Records pertaining to and resulting from the testing of the 
   employee for use of illegal drugs under Executive Order 12564. Such 
   records may be retained by the agency (e.g., by the agency Medical 
   Review Official) or by a contractor laboratory. This includes records 
   of negative results, confirmed or unconfirmed positive test results, 
   and documents related to the reasons for testing or other aspects of 
   test results;
       (4). Reports of on-the-job injuries and medical records, forms, 
   and reports generated as a result of the filing of a claim for 
   Workers Compensation, whether the claim is accepted or not. (The 
   official compensation claim file is not covered by the OPM system; 
   rather, it is part of DOL's Office of Workers Compensation Program 
   (OWCP) system of records.)
       (5). All other medical records, forms, and reports created on an 
   employee during his/her period of employment, including any retained 
   on a temporary basis and those designated for long-term retention 
   (i.e., those retained for the entire duration of Federal service and 
   for some period of time after), except that, records maintained by an 
   agency dispensary are included in this system of records only when 
   they are the result of a condition of employment or related to an on-
   the-job occurrence including, for example, records of the specialized 
   health services made available to investigative personnel of the 
   Wage-Hour Division, under interagency agreement between PHS and DOL s 
   Employment Standards Administration.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 7901 et seq., 5 CFR 293, and 5 CFR 297.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records document the utilization and provision of voluntary 
   employee health services authorized by 5 U.S.C. 7901.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       The records and information in this system of records may be used 
   as follows:
       a. Disclosed to the Department of Justice when: (1) DOL or any 
   component thereof; or (2) any employee of the agency in his or her 
   official capacity; or (3) the United States Government, is a party to 
   litigation or has an interest in such litigation, and by careful 
   review, the agency determines that the records are both relevant and 
   necessary to the litigation, and the use of such records by the 
   Department of Justice is for a purpose that is compatible with the 
   purpose for which the agency collected the records.
       b. Disclosed in a proceeding before a court or adjudicative body, 
   when: (1) DOL or any component thereof; or (2) any employee of the 
   agency in his or her official capacity; or (3) any employee of the 
   agency in his or her individual capacity; or (4) the United States 
   Government, is a party to litigation or has an interest in such 
   litigation, and by careful review, the agency determines that the 
   records are both relevant and necessary to the litigation, and that 
   the use of such records is a purpose that is compatible with the 
   purpose for which the agency collected the records.
       c. Used to refer information required by applicable law to be 
   disclosed to a Federal, State, or local public health service agency, 
   concerning individuals who have contracted certain communicable 
   diseases or conditions. Such information is used to prevent further 
   outbreak of the disease or condition.
       d. Disclosed to the appropriate Federal, State, or local agency 
   responsible for investigation of an accident, communicable disease, 
   medical condition, or injury as required by pertinent legal 
   authority.
       e. Disclosed to the OWCP information in connection with a claim 
   for benefits filed by an employee.
       f. Disclosed to contractors providing medical or health 
   counseling services to Department of Labor employees when such 
   contractors have a need for the information in connection with their 
   services. This would include medical or health personnel and employee 
   assistance program (EAP) counselors.
   Disclsoure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       These records are stored in manual file folders.
     Retrievability: 
       These records are retrieved by the name of the individual to whom 
   they pertain.
     Safeguards: 
       Records are maintained in a locked file cabinet with access 
   limited to personnel directly responsible for the management or 
   operation of DOL's voluntary health services program. Such access and 
   use must be in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records covered under OPM/GOVT-10 are retained and disposed of as 
   required by that system. Records covered by this system are destroyed 
   six (6) years after the date of last entry.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Director, Safety and Health Center, Office of the Assistant 
   Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM), U.S. Department 
   of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       a. An individual wishing to inquire whether this system of 
   records contains information about him/her should submit a written 
   request to the appropriate DOL system manager, stating that the 
   request is being made pursuant to the Privacy Act, and including: 
   His/her full name, any former name, if applicable, home address, 
   current or last place and dates of DOL employment, date and place of 
   birth, and signature.
       b. An applicant for DOL employment or a current DOL employee 
   wishing to inquire whether OPM's government-wide system of records 
   contains information about him/her should initially submit a written 
   request, as above, to the appropriate DOL system manager.

       Note: OPM retains authority under its record management authority 
   and under the Privacy Act to decide appeals of initial agency 
   determinations regarding access to and amendment of material in these 
   systems.

       c. A former employee wishing to inquire whether OPM's government-
   wide system of records contains information about him/her should 
   initially submit a written request, as outlined above, to the 
   Assistant Director for Workforce and Information Personnel Systems 
   and Oversight Group, Office of Personnel Management, 1900 E Street, 
   NW., Washington, DC 20415.
     Record access procedures: 
       Follow the steps described above. Note: When a request for access 
   involves medical or psychological records, the system manager may 
   advise the requester that the material will be provided only to a 
   physician designated by the subject. Upon receipt of the designation 
   and upon verification of the physicians identity, the records will be 
   made available to the physician, who will have full authority to 
   disclose those records to the subject when appropriate.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Follow the steps described above. In addition, the written 
   request for an amendment should include the following:
       The precise identification of the records to be amended; the 
   identification of the specific material to be deleted, added, or 
   changed; and a statement of the reasons for the request, including 
   all available material substantiating the request. Requests for 
   amendment of records should include the words ``Privacy Act Amendment 
   Request'' on both the envelope and at the top of the request letter.
     Record source categories: 
       a. The individual to whom the information pertains.
       b. Laboratory reports and test results.
       c. Medical staff working in the health unit or dispensary who 
   have examined, tested, or treated the individual.
       d. The individual's co-workers or supervisors.
       e. The individual's personal physician.
       f. Other Federal employee health units.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-12

   System name: 

       Administrative Grievance Records.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       1. Human Resources Center, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210; National and Regional 
   Personnel Offices;
       2. Office of the Solicitor, Washington, DC, and Regional Offices 
   of the Solicitor.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Current or former DOL employees who have filed grievances, under 
   DOL's administrative grievance procedure in accordance with 5 CFR 
   part 771 and DOL's implementing regulation.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       The system contains records relating to grievances filed by DOL 
   employees under administrative grievance procedures and in accordance 
   with 5 CFR part 771 and DOL's implementing regulation. These case 
   files contain all documents related to the grievance including 
   statements of witnesses, reports of interviews and hearings, fact-
   finder's findings and recommendations, a copy of the original 
   decision, and related correspondence and exhibits. This system does 
   not include files and records of any grievance filed under negotiated 
   procedures with recognized labor organizations.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 CFR part 771.
   Purpose(s): 
       The records are used to process grievances submitted by 
   bargaining-unit employees for personal relief in a matter of concern 
   or dissatisfaction which is subject to the control of agency 
   management.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       These records and information in these records may be used:
       a. To disclose information to any source from which additional 
   information is requested in the course of processing a grievance, to 
   the extent necessary to identify the individual, inform the source of 
   the purpose(s) of the request, and identify the type of information 
   requested.
       b. To disclose information to officials of the Merit System 
   Protection Board or the Office of Special Counsel, when requested in 
   connection with appeals, special studies of the civil service and 
   other merit systems, review of DOL rules and regulations, 
   investigations of alleged or possible prohibited personnel practices, 
   and such other functions as may be authorized by law.
       c. To disclose information to the Equal Employment Opportunity 
   Commission when requested in connection with investigations into 
   alleged or possible discrimination practices or examination of 
   affirmative employment programs.
       d. To disclose information to the Federal Labor Relations 
   Authority or its General Counsel when requested in connection with 
   investigations of allegations of unfair labor practices or matters 
   before the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       Not applicable.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Manual file.
     Retrievability: 
       These records are retrieved by the names of the individuals on 
   whom they are maintained.
     Safeguards: 
       Locked storage equipment.
     Retention and disposal: 
       These records are disposed of 4 years after the closing of the 
   case.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Labor Management Relations Center, Human Resources 
   Center, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals submitting grievances should be provided a copy of 
   the record under the grievance process. They may, however, contact 
   the personnel office where the action was processed, regarding the 
   existence of such records on them. They must furnish the following 
   information for their records to be located and identified:
       a. Name;
       b. Approximate date of closing of the case and kind of action 
   taken, and
       c. Organizational component involved.
     Record access procedures:
       See Notification Procedure above.
     Contesting record procedure:
       Contact the personnel office where the grievance was processed. 
   Individuals must furnish the following information for their records 
   to be located and identified:
       a. Name;
       b. Approximate date of closing of the case and kind of action 
   taken; and
       c. Organizational component involved.
     Record source categories:
       Information in this system of records is provided by the 
   following:
       a. The individual on whom the record is maintained.
       b. Testimony of witnesses.
       c. Investigative and other employment records.
       d. Decisions by Agency Officials.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       Not applicable.

   DOL/OASAM-17

   System name: 

       Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint Files.

       Note: Records in this system are covered in conjunction with 
   EEOC's government-wide system EEOC/GOVT-1.

     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Civil Rights Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210. The Civil Rights 
   Center maintains the primary system of records. However, Regional 
   Civil Rights Offices maintain copies of complete or partial 
   investigative reports and correspondence files, as well as settlement 
   agreements and informal complaint forms. A portion of these complaint 
   files are forwarded to and maintained in the Office of the 
   Administrative Review Board (ARB).
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals, classes of individuals, or representatives 
   designated to act on behalf of employees, former employees, or 
   applicants of the Department who have consulted with an EEO Counselor 
   and/or who have filed a formal complaint alleging discrimination on 
   the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, 
   age, and/or any basis covered by Executive Order 11478, as amended, 
   because of a determination, decision, action, or the non-action 
   administered against them by a departmental official, and individuals 
   alleging reprisal for having previously participated in the EEO 
   process.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Information and/or documents pertaining to pre-complaint 
   processing, informal resolutions, formal allegations of 
   discrimination, and investigations of complaints of discrimination. 
   These records contain complainants' names, addresses, job titles and 
   descriptions, dates of employment; agencies involved; counselor's 
   reports; initial and supplemental allegations; letters and notices to 
   individuals and organizations involved in the processing of the 
   complaint; materials placed into the record to support or refute the 
   alleged decisions; determination or actions taken; statements of 
   witnesses; related correspondence; investigative reports, 
   instructions on actions to be taken in order to comply with the 
   provisions of a decision, opinions, recommendations, settlement 
   agreements, proposed and final decisions.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Executive Order 11478, as amended; Secretary's Order 2-81 and 3-
   96; Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 
   2000e; the Equal Pay Act, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 206(d); the Age 
   Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 621; 
   sections 501, 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as 
   amended, 29 U.S.C. 791, 794(a) and 794(d); the Civil Service Reform 
   Act of 1978, 5 U.S.C. 1101; and 29 CFR part 1614.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are used to process, investigate and resolve 
   discrimination complaints within the Department.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       The records in the complaint file are classified in three 
   categories: Correspondence, investigative, and transcripts. Records 
   that are relevant and necessary may be disclosed:
       1. To the responding official (RO) consistent with the 
   instructions in EEOC's Complaint Processing Manual which provides 
   that during the investigative process the responding official shall 
   have access to documents in the correspondence file and the 
   investigative file in which the official is identified and charged 
   with discrimination or other wrong-doing. Names of and identifying 
   information on persons other than the complainant and the RO should 
   be deleted from copies of the documents shown to the RO. If the 
   Department issues a final decision on the complaint rejecting the 
   complainant's allegations against the RO, the RO does not have access 
   to the entire complaint file. If the Department's decision concludes 
   or implies impropriety on the part of the RO, the entire complaint 
   file, with names and identifying information deleted where 
   appropriate, must be made available to the RO. If the Department 
   takes or proposes adverse action or other disciplinary action against 
   the RO, only the records upon which the decision is based, without 
   deletions, must be made available for his or her review.
       2. To Federal agencies with jurisdiction over a complaint, 
   including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Office of 
   Personnel Management, the Merit Systems Protection Board, the Office 
   of Special Counsel, and the Federal Labor Relations Authority, for 
   investigatory, conciliation or enforcement purposes.
       3. To a physician or medical official for the purpose of 
   evaluating medical documents in complaints of discrimination on the 
   basis of disability.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in manual and automated files.
     Retrievability: 
       Manual files are indexed by complainant's name and by the office 
   case number. Automated files are retrieved by: Office case number; 
   complainant's name; fiscal year; current status of complaint; region 
   code; issue code; basis code; agency code; class action; relief code; 
   EOS identification; Investigator identification.
     Safeguards: 
       Manual records are maintained in secured file cabinets or in 
   restricted areas, access to which is limited to authorized personnel. 
   Automated files are controlled by means of identification numbers and 
   passwords known only to the employees of the Civil Rights Center who 
   are authorized to have access to such files.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are retained for a period of four years after the final 
   disposition of a complaint, and then destroyed. An alphabetical 
   record is kept of open complaints by name of the complainant, giving 
   the basis of the complaint, the matter giving rise to the complaint, 
   and the disposition.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Civil Rights Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 
   200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals or organizations designated to act on behalf of 
   individuals may write the system manager indicated above regarding 
   the existence of records pertaining to them pursuant to 29 CFR 71.2. 
   The inquirers should provide, as appropriate, their full name, the 
   name of the employing agency and/or the agency in which the situation 
   arose, if different than the employing agency, approximate date of 
   filing complaint, region of complaint, complaint case number, the 
   kind(s) of action(s) taken against them, and a notarized signature, 
   or a notarized letter of consent when a person requests access on 
   behalf of the individual who is the subject of the file.
     Record access procedures: 
       Individuals or organizations designated to act on behalf of an 
   individual wishing to gain access to records covered by the Privacy 
   Act, shall follow the guidelines prescribed by 29 CFR part 71, 
   summarized here under ``Notification procedures.''
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to contest information in their files may, 
   pursuant to 29 CFR 71.9, shall write the system manager at the 
   specified address above, reasonably identifying the record pertaining 
   to them, the information which is being contested in that record, the 
   corrective action(s) being sought, and the reasons for the 
   correction(s).
     Record source categories: 
       Individual to whom the record pertains; official documents 
   relating to the processing of a complaint, the informal and formal 
   allegations, appeals of departmental decisions; and respondent agency 
   officials, employees, and other witnesses.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       Under the specific exemption provided by 5 U.S.C. 552a(k) (2), 
   this system of records is exempted from the following provisions of 
   the Privacy Act: (c)(3), (d), (e)(1), (e)(4)(G), (H), and (I) and 
   (f). Information from the complaint file may be denied in 
   anticipation of a civil action or proceeding, in instances where 
   premature release of documents could hamper the decision-making 
   process, where the release of personal information about another 
   employee may result in an invasion of personal privacy, and where 
   release of confidential statements could lead to intimidation or 
   harassment of witnesses and impair future investigations by making it 
   more difficult to collect similar information. Personal information 
   about other employees that are contained in the complainant's file 
   because of its use as comparative data such as: Medical records, 
   place and date of birth, age, martial status, home address and 
   telephone numbers, the substance of promotion recommendations, 
   supervisory assessments of professional conduct and ability, may be 
   denied to the subject when it could cause embarrassment and/or 
   harassment to the other employees.

   DOL/OASAM-19

   System name: 

       Negotiated Grievance Procedure and Unfair Labor Practice Files.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       A. Offices in Washington, DC: Labor Management Relations Center, 
   Human Resources Center (OASAM) and;
       B. OASAM Regional Personnel Offices.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL employees who have filed grievances under negotiated 
   grievance procedures, and DOL employees who have filed unfair labor 
   practices charges against the Department.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system contains a variety of records relating to an employee 
   grievance filed under procedures established by labor-management 
   negotiations and unfair labor practice charges filed under the 
   Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute. The Records may 
   include information such as: Employee's name, grade, job title, 
   employment history, arbitrator's decision or report, record of appeal 
   to the Federal Labor Relations Authority, and a variety of employment 
   and personnel records associated with the grievance or charge.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 7121 for grievances, 5 U.S. 7116 for unfair labor 
   practices, Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute and 
   related amendments of 5 U.S.C. 5596(b) for back pay.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are used to process an employee's grievance filed 
   under a negotiated grievance procedure or an unfair labor practice 
   charge filed by an employee or union.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       These records and information in these records that are relevant 
   and necessary may be used:
       a. To disclose information to officials of the Merit System 
   Protection Board or the Office of Special Counsel, when requested in 
   connection with appeals, special studies of the civil service and 
   other merit systems, review of DOL rules and regulations, 
   investigations or alleged or possible prohibited personnel practices, 
   and such other functions as may be authorized by law.
       b. To disclose information to the Equal Employment Opportunity 
   Commission when requested in connection with investigations into 
   alleged or possible discrimination practices or examination of 
   affirmative employment programs.
       c. To disclose information to the Federal Labor Relations 
   Authority or its General Counsel when requested in connection with 
   investigations of allegations of unfair labor practices or matters 
   before the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
       d. To disclose information to the union when requested in 
   connection with the union's representation of the DOL employee who 
   has filed the grievance or unfair labor practice.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Manual file.
     Retrievability: 
       By name and/or case file number.
     Safeguards: 
       Locked room.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are destroyed 4 years after the closing of the case.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Labor-Management Relations, Human Resources Center, 
   U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 
   20210.
     Notification procedure:
       Contact system manager at above address.
     Record access procedure:
       Contact system manager at above address.
     Contesting record procedure:
       Contact system manager at above address.
     Record source categories: 
       Individual employees who have filed grievances and charges, 
   employee/supervisor interviews, investigative and employment records, 
   and findings of arbitrators and other tribunals.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       Under the specific exemption provided by 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2), 
   this system of records is exempted from the following provisions of 
   the Privacy Act: 5 U.S.C. 552a(c)(3), (d), (e)(1), and (e) (4)(G), 
   (H), (I) & (f). Information from the case file may be denied in 
   anticipation of a civil action or proceeding, in instances where 
   premature release of documents could hamper the decision-making 
   process, where the release of personal information about another 
   employee may result in an invasion of personal privacy, and where 
   release of confidential statements could lead to intimidation or 
   harassment of witnesses and impair future investigations by making it 
   more difficult to collect similar information. Personal information 
   about other employees that is contained in the grievant's or charging 
   party's file because of its use as comparative data such as: medical 
   records, place and date of birth, age, marital status, home address 
   and telephone numbers, the substance of promotion recommendations, 
   supervisory assessments of professional conduct and ability, may be 
   denied to the subject when it could cause embarrassment and/or 
   harassment to the other employees.

   DOL/OASAM-20

   System name: 

       Personnel Investigation Records.
     Security classification: 
       None for the system. However, items or records within the system 
   may have national defense/foreign policy classifications up through 
   secret.
     System location: 
       Assistant Director, Executive Resources and Personnel Security 
   Team (OASAM), U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       a. Current and former employees or applicants for employment in 
   the Department.
       b. Individuals considered for access to classified information or 
   restricted areas and/or security determinations as contractors, 
   experts, instructors, and consultants to Departmental programs.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Investigative files and investigative index card files which 
   pertain to clearance investigations for Federal employment. These 
   records contain investigative information regarding an individual's 
   character, conduct, and behavior in the community where he or she 
   lives or lived; arrests and convictions for violations against the 
   law; reports of interviews with present and former supervisors, 
   coworkers, associates, educators, etc; reports about the 
   qualifications of an individual for a specific position and files and 
   index cards relating to adjudication matters; reports of inquiries 
   with law enforcement agencies, employers, educational institutions 
   attended; reports or action after OPM or FBI Section 8(d) Full Field 
   Investigation; Notices of Security Investigation; and other 
   information developed from above.

       Note: This system does not apply to records of a personnel 
   investigative nature that are part of the Office of Personnel 
   Management's (OPM) Privacy Act System OPM/CENTRAL-9, Personnel 
   Investigation Records. Access to or amendment of such records must be 
   obtained from OPM.

     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Executive Order 10450.
   Purpose(s): 
       The purposes of this systems are:
       a. To provide investigatory information for determination 
   concerning compliance with Federal personnel regulations and for 
   individual personnel determinations including suitability and fitness 
   for Federal employment, access and security clearances, evaluations 
   of qualifications, loyalty to the U.S. and evaluations of 
   qualifications and suitability for performance of contractual 
   services for the U.S. Government.
       b. To document such determinations;
       c. To provide information necessary for the scheduling and 
   conduct of the required investigations;
       d. To otherwise comply with mandates and Executive Order; and
       These records may also be used to locate individuals for 
   personnel research.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       These records and information in these records may be used in 
   disclosing relevant and necessary information:
       a. To designated officers and employees of agencies, offices, and 
   other establishments in the executive, legislative, and judicial 
   branches of the Federal Government, and the District of Columbia 
   Government, when such agency, office, or establishment conducts an 
   investigation of the individual for the purpose of granting a 
   security clearance, or for the purpose of making a determination of 
   qualifications, suitability, or loyalty to the United States 
   Government, or access to classified information or restricted areas.
       b. To designated officers and employees of agencies, offices, and 
   other establishments in the executive, legislative, and judicial 
   branches of the Federal Government, and the District of Columbia 
   Government, having the responsibility to grant clearances to make a 
   determination regarding access to classified information or 
   restricted areas, or to evaluate qualifications, suitability, or 
   loyalty to the United States Government, in connection with 
   performance of a service to the Federal Government under a contract 
   or other agreement.
       c. To the intelligence agencies of the Department of Defense, the 
   National Security Agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the 
   Federal Bureau of Investigation for use in intelligence activities.
       d. To Federal agencies as a data source for management 
   information through the production of summary descriptive statistics 
   and analytical studies in support of the functions for maintained or 
   for related studies.
       e. To disclose information to officials of the Merit Systems 
   Protection Board, including the Office of the Special Counsel, when 
   requested in connection with appeals, special studies of the civil 
   service and other merit systems, review of office rules and 
   regulations, investigations of alleged or possible prohibited 
   personnel practices, and such other functions, e.g., as promulgated 
   in 5 U.S.C. 1205 and 1206, or as may be authorized by law.
       f. To disclose information to the Equal Employment Opportunity 
   Commission when requested in connection with investigations into 
   alleged or possible discrimination practices in the Federal sector, 
   examination of Federal affirmative employment programs, compliance by 
   Federal agencies with the Uniform Guideline Employee Selection 
   Procedures, or other functions vested in the Commission by the 
   President's Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1978.
       g. To disclose information to the Federal Labor Relations 
   Authority or its General Counsel when requested in connection with 
   investigations of allegations of unfair labor practices or matters 
   before the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       Not applicable.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, storing, 
   retrieving, retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in file folders and on index cards.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are retrieved by the name of the individual on whom they 
   are maintained.
     Safeguards: 
       Folders are maintained in file cabinets secured by three position 
   combination locks. The index to the system and those records which 
   are maintained on index cards are contained in covered and locked 
   Wheeldex machines. All employees are required to have an appropriate 
   security clearance before they are allowed access to the records.
     Retention and disposal: 
       a. Index cards which show the scheduling or completion of an 
   investigation, and investigative files, if any, are retained for 2 
   years, plus the current year from the date of the most recent 
   investigative activity. Other index cards which show no investigative 
   record other than the completion of a clear National Agency Check or 
   a clear National Agency Check Inquiry, and where no investigative 
   file folder exists, are retained for two years plus the current year.
       b. Reports of action after OPM or FBI section 8(d) background 
   investigation are retained for the life of the investigative file.
       c. Notices of Security Investigations are retained for 20 years.
       All records are destroyed by burning.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Human Resources Services Center, OASAM, U.S. Department 
   of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system contains 
   information about them should contact the system manager in writing. 
   Individuals must furnish the following information for their records 
   to be located and identified:
       a. Full name
       b. Date of birth
       c. Signature
       d. Any available information regarding the type of record 
   involved.
       e. The category of covered individuals under which the requester 
   believes he or she fits.
     Record access procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to request access to their records should 
   contact the system manager in writing. Individuals must furnish the 
   following information for their records to be located and identified:
       a. Full name
       b. Date of birth
       c. Signature
       d. Any available information regarding the type of record 
   involved.
       e. The category of covered individuals under which the requester 
   believes he or she fits.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to request amendment to their non-exempt 
   records should contact the system manager in writing. Individuals 
   must furnish the following information for their records to be 
   located and identified:
       a. Full name
       b. Date of birth
       c. Signature
       d. Any available information regarding the type of record 
   involved.
       e. The category of covered individuals under which the requester 
   believes he or she fits.
     Record source categories: 
       Information contained in the system was obtained from the 
   following categories of sources:
       a. Applications and other personnel and security forms furnished 
   by the individual;
       b. Investigative and other record material furnished by Federal 
   agencies;
       c. Notices of personnel actions furnished by Federal agencies;
       d. By personal investigation or written inquiry from sources such 
   as employers, educational institutions, references, neighbors, 
   associates, police departments, courts, credit bureaus, medical 
   records, probation officials, prison officials, newspapers, 
   magazines, periodicals, and other publications.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       This system may contain the following types of information:
       a. Investigatory material compiled solely for the purpose of 
   determining suitability, eligibility, or qualifications for Federal 
   civilian employment. The Privacy Act, at 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(5), permits 
   an agency to exempt such material from certain provisions of the Act. 
   Materials may be exempted to the extent that release of the material 
   to the individual whom the information is about would:
       1. Reveal the identity of a source who furnished information to 
   the Government under an express promise (granted on or after 
   September 27, 1975) that the identity of the source would be in 
   confidence; or
       2. Reveal the identity of a source who, prior to September 27, 
   1975, furnished information to the Government under an implied 
   promise that the identity of the source would be held in confidence.
       b. For all the above reasons the Department hereby exempts this 
   system from the following provisions of the Privacy Act: 5 U.S.C. 
   552a (c)(3), (d), (e)(1), (e)(4)(G), (H) and (I) and (f).

   DOL/OASAM-22

   System name: 

       Civil Rights Center Discrimination Complaint Case Files.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Civil Rights Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 
   Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals, classes of individuals, or representatives 
   designated to act on behave of individuals filing complaints against 
   recipients of DOL financial assistance, DOL conducted programs, or 
   State or local governments that exercise responsibilities, regulate, 
   or administer services, programs, or activities in all programs, 
   services, and regulatory activities relating to labor and the 
   workforce alleging discrimination on the basis of race, color, 
   national origin, age, disability, sex, religion, citizenship, 
   political affiliation or belief, citizenship, participation in a 
   Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Title-I program or activity, and/or 
   any basis covered by Executive Order 13160, or retaliation for having 
   filed a discrimination complaint, furnishing information, or 
   assisting or participating in any manner in an investigation, hearing 
   or any other activity related to the administration of Federal law 
   requiring equal opportunity.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Complainants' statements of alleged discrimination, respondents' 
   statements, witnesses' statements, names and addresses of 
   complainants and respondents, personal, employment or program 
   participation information, medical records, conciliation and 
   settlement agreements, related correspondence, initial and final 
   determinations, other records related to investigations of 
   discrimination complaints.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 
   2000d to 2000d-4; secs. 504 and 508(d) of the Rehabilitation Act of 
   1973, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 794(a) and 794(d); the Age Discrimination 
   Act of 1975, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 6102; Title IX of the Education 
   Amendments of 1972, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1681; sec. 645-255 of the 
   Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 603(a)(5); sec. 167 of the Job 
   Training Partnership Act, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 1577; sec. 188 of the 
   Workforce Investment Act of 1998; 29 U.S.C. 2938, the Americans with 
   Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.; Executive Order 
   13160; Secretary's Order 4-2000; 29 CFR parts 31, 32, 33, 34, 36 and 
   37, and 28 CFR part 35.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain records on individuals who have filed a complaint 
   with, or to investigate and resolve discrimination complaints filed 
   with the Department of Labor against (1) recipients of financial 
   assistance from the Department, (2) Department of Labor conducted 
   programs or activities and (3) components of State and local 
   governments that exercise responsibilities, regulate, or administer 
   services, programs, or activities in all programs, services, and 
   regulatory activities relating to labor and the workforce.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       Records that are relevant and necessary may be disclosed:
       a. To the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of 
   Justice, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, when relevant to 
   matters within the jurisdiction of those agencies over a complaint, 
   for investigatory, conciliation, enforcement, or litigation purposes.
       b. To organizations which are recipients of Federal financial 
   assistance and against whom complaints in an administrative or 
   judicial proceeding are filed to the extent necessary to effectively 
   represent themselves, provided that the privacy of persons not a 
   party to the dispute is protected.
       c. To the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department 
   of Justice, the Department of Health and Human Services, and other 
   Federal entities having responsibility for processing and resolving 
   complaints, coordinating civil rights activities and/or preparing 
   reports to Congress under authorities indicated in this particular 
   notice.
   Disclosure to consumer reorpting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       These records are maintained in manual and automated files.
     Retrievability: 
       These records are retrieved by various combinations of office 
   case numbers, complainant's name, fiscal year, current status of 
   complaint, state, basis code, and program code.
     Safeguards: 
       Manual records are maintained in secured file cabinets or in 
   restricted areas, access to which is limited to authorized personnel. 
   Automated files are controlled by means of identification numbers and 
   passwords.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Manual records are retained for a period of three years after the 
   final disposition of a complaint. They are then retired to the 
   Federal Records Center for two additional years, and then destroyed. 
   Complaints are maintained in the automated file for two years, after 
   which they are stored on disc or tape for three additional years and 
   then destroyed by shredding.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Civil Rights Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Pursuant to 29 CFR part 71 individuals requesting information or 
   assistance, or making inquiries regarding the existence of records 
   pertaining to them should write the system manager at the address 
   above. Inquiries should include the name of the inquirer, complaint 
   case number, approximate date of filing, if the case number is 
   unknown, name of respondent, last known status of the complaint, and 
   signature. When a request is submitted by mail, the signature of the 
   requester shall be notarized.
     Record access procedures: 
       An individual or organization representing an individual(s), 
   wishing to gain access to these records shall follow the guidelines 
   set forth under notification procedures summarized above and 
   Departmental regulations at 29 CFR part 71.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Individuals wishing to contest information in their files may, 
   pursuant to 29 CFR part 71, write the system manager at the specified 
   address above, reasonably identifying the record pertaining to them, 
   the information which is being contested in that record, the 
   corrective action(s) being sought, and the reason(s) for the 
   correction(s).
     Record source categories: 
       Individual complainants; respondent officials, employees, and 
   witnesses; interrogatories; recipient files and records; and 
   physicians' and other medical service providers' records.
     Systems exempted from certain provision of the Act:
       In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2), investigatory material in 
   this system of records compiled for law enforcement purposes is 
   exempt from subsections (c)(3); (d); (e)(1); (e)(4)(G), (H), and (I); 
   and (f) of 5 U.S.C. 552a, provided however, that if any individual is 
   denied any right, privilege, or benefit that he or she would 
   otherwise be entitled to by Federal law, or for which he or she would 
   otherwise be eligible, as a result of the maintenance of these 
   records, such material shall be provided to the individual, except to 
   the extent that the disclosure of such material would reveal the 
   identity of a source who furnished information to the Government 
   under an express promise that the identity of the source would be 
   held in confidence, or prior to January 1, 1975, under an implied 
   promise that the identity of the source would be held in confidence.

   DOL/OASAM-23

   System name: 

       Travel Management Center.
     Security classification: 
       Unclassified.
     System location: 
       This system of records is located in the travel agency under 
   contract with this Department and in the administrative offices of 
   Department of Labor component agencies.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals for whom travel is being arranged by the contractor.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records include traveler's profile which contains name of 
   individual, social security number, home and office telephones, 
   agency's name, address, and telephone number, air travel preference, 
   rental car identification number and preference of car, hotel 
   preference, current passport and/or visa number, personal credit card 
   numbers, and additional information; travel authorization and monthly 
   reports from travel agent(s) showing charges to individuals, 
   balances, and other types of account analyses.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       31 U.S.C. 711; interpret or apply 31 U.S.C. 3511, 3512, and 3523.
   Purpose(s): 
       To assemble in one system information to enable travel agents who 
   are under contract to the Federal Government to issue and account for 
   travel provided to individuals.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       In addition to the routine uses listed in the general prefatory 
   statement:
       a. To disclose information to a credit card company for billing 
   purposes.
       b. To disclose information to a Federal agency for accumulating 
   reporting data and monitoring the system.
       c. To disclose information to the agency by the contractor in the 
   form of itemized statements of invoices, and reports of all 
   transactions including refunds and adjustments to enable audits of 
   charges to the Government.
       d. To disclose credit card information, phone numbers, addresses, 
   etc., to airlines, hotels, car rentals companies and other travel 
   affiliated companies for the purpose of serving the client.
       e. To disclose personal credit card information to hotels and car 
   rental companies for the purpose of guaranteeing reservations.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Paper records in file cabinets. Computer records within a 
   computer and attached equipment.
     Retrievability: 
       By name and/or social security number of traveler.
     Safeguards: 
       Records stored in lockable file cabinets or secured rooms. 
   Computerized records protected by password system and electronic 
   signaturing. Information released only to authorized officials on a 
   need-to-know basis.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records kept by the Department and/or the travel agency are held 
   for 3 years and then destroyed.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Office of Budget, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management, Department of Labor, 200 Constitution 
   Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Inquiries should be mailed or presented to the system manager 
   noted at the address listed above.
     Record access procedures: 
       A request for access shall be addressed to the system manager at 
   the address listed above.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       A petition for amendment shall be addressed to the System 
   Manager.
     Record source categories: 
       Individual, employees, travel authorization, credit card 
   companies.
     Exemption from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-24

   System name: 

       Privacy Act/Freedom of Information Act Requests File System.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       A. Departmental Offices in Washington, DC
       B. Regional offices of the Department.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individuals who have submitted Privacy Act and Freedom Of 
   Information Act requests under (5 U.S.C. 552a and 552).
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system contains initial requests under the Acts, responses, 
   and related documents.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a); the Freedom of 
   Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552); and 5 U.S.C. 301).
   Purpose(s): 
       This system of records is maintained for various reasons as 
   follows:
       a. To process individuals' requests made under the Privacy Act 
   and the Freedom of Information Act.
       b. To provide a record of communications between the requester 
   and the agency.
       c. To ensure that all relevant, necessary and accurate data are 
   available to support any process for appeal.
       d. To provide a legal document to support any process for appeal.
       e. To prepare the annual reports to OMB and Congress as required 
   by the Privacy and Freedom of Information Acts.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       These records, and information in these records, may be used:
       a. To disclose information to the Office of Management and Budget 
   at any stage in the legislative coordination and clearance process in 
   connection with private relief legislation as set forth in OMB 
   Circular No. A-19.
       b. To disclose information to Federal agencies (e.g., Department 
   of Justice) in order to obtain advice and recommendation concerning 
   matters on which the agency has specialized experience or particular 
   competence, for use in making required determinations under the 
   Freedom of Information Act or the Privacy Act of 1974.
       c. To disclose information to any source from which additional 
   information is requested (to the extent necessary to identify the 
   individual, inform the source of the purpose of the request, and to 
   identify the type of information requested), where necessary to 
   obtain information relevant to a decision concerning a Privacy Act, 
   Freedom of Information Act request.
       d. To disclose information to another Federal agency, to a court, 
   or a party in litigation before a court or in an administrative 
   proceeding being conducted by a Federal agency, either when the 
   Government is a party to a judicial proceeding or in order to comply 
   with the issuance of a subpoena.
       e. To disclose, in response to a request for discovery or for 
   appearance of a witness, information that is relevant to the subject 
   matter involved in a pending judicial or administrative proceeding.
       f. To disclose information to officials of the Merit Systems 
   Protection Board, including the Office of the Special Counsel, when 
   requested in connection with appeals, special studies of the civil 
   service and other merit systems, review of Office rules and 
   regulation, investigations of alleged or possible prohibited 
   personnel practices, and such other functions, e.g., as prescribed in 
   5 U.S.C. 1205 and 1206, or as may be authorized by law.
       g. To disclose information to the Equal Employment Opportunity 
   Commission when requested in connection with investigations into 
   alleged or possible discrimination complaints in the Federal sector, 
   examination of Federal Affirmative employment programs, compliance by 
   Federal agencies with the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection 
   Procedures, or other functions vested in the Commission by the 
   President's Reorganization Plan No. l of 1978.
       h. To disclose information to the Federal Labor Relations 
   Authority or its General Counsel when requested in connection with 
   investigations of allegations of unfair labor practices or matters 
   before the Federal Service Impasses Panel.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       These records are maintained in file folders.
     Retrievability: 
       These records are retrieved by name of individual making request 
   and by date of request.
     Safeguards: 
       These records are located in lockable metal filing cabinets with 
   access limited to personnel whose duties require access.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Destroyed two years after response date if no denial was 
   involved. Destroyed five years after response date if denial of 
   records was involved. If there is an appeal to the Solicitor of 
   Labor, the records are destroyed six years after final agency 
   determination or 3 years after final court adjudication, whichever is 
   later.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Head of agencies or component units within the Department who 
   have custody of the records. (See the appropriate Agency Official in 
   the listing in the Appendix to this document.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the system manager at 
   the appropriate office or region where their original Privacy Act or 
   Freedom of Information Act request was sent, or where they received 
   responses to such requests.
     Record access procedure:
       A request for access shall be addressed to each facility to which 
   the requester has submitted a Freedom of Information Act or Privacy 
   Act request.

       Note: Individuals must furnish the following information for 
   their records to be located and identified:
       a. Name
       b. Approximate dates of Privacy Act/FOIA Act correspondence 
   between the Department of Labor and the individual.

     Contesting record procedures: 
       A petition for amendment shall be addressed to the System Manager 
   listed above.
     Record source categories: 
       Information in this system of records comes from: The individual 
   requester; official documents, agency officials, and other Federal 
   agencies.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       The Department of Labor has claimed exemptions from several of 
   its other systems of records under 5 U.S.C. 552a(k) (1), (2), (3), 
   (5), and (6). During the course of a PA/FOIA action, exempt materials 
   from those other systems may become part of the case record in this 
   system. To the extent that copies of exempt records from those other 
   systems are entered into these PA/FOIA case records, the Department 
   has claimed the same exemptions for the records as they have in the 
   original primary system of records of which they are a part.

   DOL/OASAM-25

   System name: 

       Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignment Records.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       A. In Washington, DC: OASAM, Human Resources Center
       B. OASAM Regional Personnel Offices.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Current or former State or local government agency or educational 
   institution employees, employees of Indian tribal governments, or 
   other organizations who have completed or are presently on an 
   assignment in a DOL agency under the provisions of IPA.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       These records consist of a copy of the individual's IPA agreement 
   between a DOL agency and a State or local government, educational 
   institution, Indian tribal government, or other organization; 
   biographical and background information about the assignees.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       The Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970. (5 U.S.C. 3371 
   through 3376).
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are maintained to document and track mobility 
   assignments under IPA.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       Not applicable.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in file folders.
     Retrievability: 
       By the name of the individual.
     Safeguards: 
       Files are maintained in an area with limited access.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are retained for a period of three years following the 
   completion of the assignment.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Human Resource Services Center, U.S. Department of 
   Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wanting to inquire whether this system contains 
   information about them should contact the servicing personnel office.
     Record access procedures: 
       Contact the servicing personnel office.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Contact the servicing personnel office.
     Record source categories:
       Information provided by the assignee and by officials in DOL 
   agencies, State and local governments, educational institutions, 
   Indian tribal governments and other organizations where the assignee 
   is employed.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       Not applicable.

   DOL/OASAM-26

   System name: 

       Frances Perkins Building Parking Management System.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Office of Facilities Management, Frances Perkins Building, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       All individuals assigned or applying for assignment of parking 
   privileges in the Frances Perkins Building, Washington, DC.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system includes: name, office building and room number, 
   office telephone number, employing agency, home address, federal 
   service computation date, handicap certification, automobile license 
   number, make and year of car, permit numbers (if assigned parking 
   privileges), category of assignment, and office location in/out of 
   zone of special consideration.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain records on individuals who are assigned or applying 
   for assignment of parking privileges in the Frances Perkins Building.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       Disclosure of information may be made to other government 
   agencies to compare names of car pool members. (For verification, the 
   names of car pool members, their office telephone number and permit 
   numbers will be displayed within the Frances Perkins Building.) 
   Applications for disabled parking shall be disclosed to the PHS for 
   medical review and approval. The names of car pool members, permit 
   number, agency and office telephone numbers will be provided to the 
   management contractor for the sale of permits.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Manual files are stored in a local, three drawer file cabinet. 
   Computer records are stored in a personal computer with a password 
   control.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are filed and retrieved by name or permit number.
     Safeguards: 
       Access to and use of these records is limited to personnel whose 
   official duties require access. Automated data in personal computer 
   are password protected. Written application data are placed in file 
   cabinets.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are retained while the assignments are current and are 
   destroyed after the completion of each parking reallocation cycle.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Office of Facilities Management, U.S. Department of 
   Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Access to these records may be obtained by request in writing to: 
   Director, Office of Facilities Management, 200 Constitution Avenue, 
   NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Record access procedures:
       Individuals wishing to request access to records should contact 
   the appropriate office listed in the notification procedure section. 
   Individuals must furnish the name or permit number for the record 
   they wish to access.
     Contesting record procedures:
       Individuals wishing to request amendment of the records should 
   contact the official at the address specified under notification 
   procedures above, and reasonably identify the record and specify the 
   information to be contested.
     Record source categories:
       Information comes from the individuals to whom the information 
   pertains. Also, other government agencies may provide information to 
   the Department.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-27

   System name: 

       Employee/Contractor Identification Program.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management (OASAM), Business Operations Center 
   (BOC), Administrative Services Center (ASC), Customer Service, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Individual DOL employees and individual employees of contractors 
   doing business with DOL.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records which contain individual identifiers plus a photographic 
   image of DOL employees and DOL contract employees.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain records on the identification of persons to be 
   rightfully admitted to DOL facilities.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:
     Storage: 
       Automated records are stored on the hard drive of a computer and 
   manual records are stored in a secure file cabinet.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained indefinitely.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are retrieved by the employee's or contractor's last name 
   or social security number and agency.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Customer Service, OASAM, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the system manager 
   indicated above.
     Record access procedure:
       Individuals requesting access must comply with Privacy Act 
   regulations on verification of identity and access to records. (See 
   29 CFR part 71.)
     Contesting record procedure:
       Same as notification procedure above, except individuals desiring 
   to contest or amend information maintained in the system should 
   direct their written request to the system manager listed above, and 
   state clearly and concisely what information is being contested, the 
   reasons for contesting it, and the proposed amendment to the 
   information sought.
     Record source categories: 
       Individual DOL employees and individual employees of contractors 
   doing business with DOL.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-28

   System name: 

       Incident Report/Restriction Notice.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management (OASAM), Business Operations Center 
   (BOC), Office of Facilities Management (OFM), Division of Security, 
   200 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Complainants, Witnesses and Suspects.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records which contain information on incidents that occurred in 
   the Frances Perkins Building. Information includes name, agency and 
   date of incident.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       Records provide a means of identifying security problems thereby 
   making it possible to better utilize security resources.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining and disposing of records in the system:
     Storage: 
       Manual files in a cabinet housed in a secured room.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained seven years, at which time they are 
   destroyed.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are filed and retrieved by names.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Chief, Division of Security and Emergency Preparedness, U.S. 
   Department of Labor, OASAM/ BOC/OFM, 200 constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the system manager 
   indicated above.
     Record access procedures:
       Individuals wishing to request access to information about them 
   should contact the system manager indicated above.
     Contesting record procedure:
       Same as notification procedure above, except individuals desiring 
   to contest or amend information maintained in the system should 
   direct their written request to the system manager listed above, and 
   state clearly and concisely what information is being contested, the 
   reasons for contesting it, and the proposed amendment to the 
   information sought.
     Record source categories: 
       Sources of information contained in this system are from 
   individuals, DOL records, Federal Protective Service records and FBI 
   records.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-29

   System name: 

       OASAM Employee Administrative Investigation File.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Offices within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management at the National Office and in each of 
   the Regional Offices in addition to all OASAM client agencies in the 
   National Office and in the regions.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       OASAM employees and the Business Operations Center client agency 
   personnel against whom allegations of misconduct have been made.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Investigative report(s), sworn affidavits, written statements, 
   time and attendance records, earnings and leave statements, 
   applications for leave, notifications of personnel actions, travel 
   vouchers, 171's, certificates of eligible, performance appraisals, 
   interviews and other data gathered from involved parties and 
   organizations which are associated with the case.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain records on investigations of allegations of 
   misconduct.
      Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are stored in file cabinets.
     Retrievability: 
       By name or case file number.
     Safeguards: 
       Files are maintained in locked file cabinets with access only to 
   those with a need to know the information to perform their duties.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are retained for four years following the date either: 
   (a) They are referred to the OIG; (b) they are transferred to OPM/
   GOVT-3 Records of Adverse Actions and Actions Based on Unacceptable 
   Performance; or (c) it is determined that the allegation was without 
   sufficient merit to warrant further action, after which they are 
   destroyed by burning.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Human Resources Services Center, 200 Constitution 
   Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210, and appropriate Regional Personnel 
   Officers.
     Notification procedure: 
       Inquiries should be mailed or presented to the system manager 
   noted at the address listed above.
     Record access procedures:
       A request for access shall be addressed to the system manager at 
   the address listed above. Individuals must furnish the following 
   information for their records to be located and identified: Name; 
   approximate date of the investigation.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       A petition for amendment shall be addressed to the System Manager 
   and must meet the requirements of 29 CFR Part 71.
     Record source categories: 
       Hotline complaints through the Office of the Inspector General's 
   hotline or through the General Accounting Office; incident reports 
   submitted by employees or members of the general public; statements 
   by subject and fellow employees; and other investigative reports.
     System exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2), investigatory material in 
   this system of records compiled for law enforcement purposes is 
   exempt from subsections (c)(3); (d); (e)(1); (e)(4)(G), (H), and (I); 
   and (f) of 5 U.S.C. 552a, provided however, that if any individual is 
   denied any right, privilege, or benefit that he or she would 
   otherwise be entitled to by Federal law, or for which he or she would 
   otherwise be eligible, as a result of the maintenance of these 
   records, such material shall be provided to the individual, except to 
   the extent that the disclosure of such material would reveal the 
   identity of a source who furnished information to the Government 
   under an express promise that the identity of the source would be 
   held in confidence, or prior to January 1, 1975, under an implied 
   promise that the identity of the source would be held in confidence.

   DOL/OASAM-30

   System name: 

       Injury Compensation System (ICS).
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       A. Offices in Washington, DC: Safety and Health Center, OASAM, 
   and
       B. OASAM Regional Personnel Offices.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Current/former employees of the Department of Labor and current/
   former Job Corps Center students who file, or who have filed on their 
   behalf, workers' compensation claims for traumatic injury, 
   occupational disease, recurrence of disability, and death.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       This system contains information relating to a DOL employee's/Job 
   Corps Center student's claim for compensation filed under procedures 
   established by the Office of Worker's Compensation Programs.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Federal Employees' Compensation Act, as amended (codified in 5 
   U.S.C. 8101 et seq.), and to related regulations in Title 20, Code of 
   Federal Regulations (CFR), part 10; The Occupational Safety and 
   Health Act of 1970 (Pub. L. 91-596), Executive Order 12196; 
   Occupational Safety and Health Programs for Federal Employees, and 29 
   CFR part 1960.
   Purpose(s): 
       The records are used as a reference, by agency officials, to 
   track and monitor DOL employees and/or Job Corps Center students who 
   receive continuation of pay and/or FECA compensation benefits.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in manual and automated files.
     Retrievability: 
       Manual files are indexed by agency/region. Automated files are 
   retrieved by: Agency/region code, case number, claimant's name, 
   fiscal year.
     Safeguards: 
       Manual files are maintained in locked file cabinets under 
   supervision of Office of Safety and Health personnel. Confidential 
   passwords are required for access to automated records.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are maintained in the ICS system for 5 years.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Director, Office of Safety and Health, U.S. Department of Labor, 
   200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Requests, including name, date of injury, agency name, and case 
   file number, if known, should be addressed to the system manager 
   listed above, at the office where the record is located.
     Record access procedures: 
       A request for access shall be addressed to the system manager at 
   the address listed above. Individuals must furnish the following 
   information for their records to be located and identified:
       a. Name and address.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       Not applicable.
     Record source categories: 
       Records in this system contain information extracted from OWCP/
   payroll data files/tapes.
     System exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-31

   System name: 

       DOL Flexible Workplace (Flexiplace) Programs Evaluation and 
   Files.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       DOL/OASAM/Office of Human Resources, Office of Human Resource 
   Systems and with each employee's supervisor.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL participants in Flexiplace Programs.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records in the system include program participants, position 
   title and grade, office location, and address of alternate work site. 
   Records, also include survey information obtained during the 
   individual's participation.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       These records are used for statistical reporting and evaluation 
   of the DOL Flexiplace Program, and are not used in any way for making 
   any determination about an identifiable individual.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consuer reporting agenci
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in manual files and on computer disks.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are retrieved by individual(s) name(s).
     Safeguards: 
       Records are maintained on secure computer systems and can only be 
   retrieved with the proper access code. Access to the manual files is 
   limited to authorized users.
     Retention and disposal: 
       The database will be retained without individual identifiers 
   (which will be deleted from the files) for statistical purposes only.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management, Office of Human Resources, Office of 
   Human Resource Systems, Frances Perkins Building, 200 Constitution 
   Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the systems manager 
   listed above. Individuals must furnish the following information for 
   their records to be located and identified: Name, GS grade and 
   series, organizational unit.
     Record access procedures:
       Individuals wishing to request access to records pertaining to 
   them should contact the systems manager. Individuals must furnish the 
   following information for their records to be located and identified: 
   Name, GS grade and series, organizational unit.
     Contesting record procedure:
       Individuals wishing to contest information in their files may 
   write to the system manager at the specified address above, 
   reasonably identify the records pertaining to them, the information 
   which is being contested in those records, the corrective action(s) 
   being sought, and the reasons for the correction(s).
     Record source categories: 
       Individual participants and their supervisors.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       Not applicable.

   DOL/OASAM-32

   System name: 

       Transit Subsidy Management System.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Financial Management Services Center, 
   Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management 
   (OASAM), 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       All DOL employees who apply for Transit Subsidy benefits.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records contain information on DOL employees, such as name, 
   social security number, organization (code), office location, and 
   employment status.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain records on the Transit Subsidy Program.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Manual files are retained by the Financial Management Services 
   Center, in a file cabinet. Computer records are stored in a database 
   server located in a secure area accessible only by encoded security 
   cards.Machine readable version of the records is kept in a secure 
   microcomputer (server) database.
     Retrievability: 
       Records are filed and retrieved by name or Social Security 
   Number.
     Safeguards: 
       Records can be accessed only through the use of passwords given 
   to authorized DOL employees by the Database Administrator on a need 
   to know basis.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are retained for three years and then destroyed.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Business Operations Center, OASAM, U.S. Department of 
   Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington DC, 20210.
     Notification procedure:
       Inquiries should be mailed or presented to the system manager 
   noted at the address listed above.
     Record access procedures:
       A request for access shall be addressed to the system manager at 
   the address listed above.
     Contesting record prOcedures:
       A petition for amendments shall be addressed to the System 
   Manager and must meet the requirements of the DOL Privacy Act 
   regulations at 29 CFR 71.
     Record source categories: 
       Information contained in this system is from the DOL Payroll 
   System and the applicant.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-33

   System name: 

       Entity Database.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management (OASAM), Information Technology Center 
   (ITC), 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL employees and contract employees.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records contain information on DOL employees, such as name, 
   social security number, organization (code), pay plan, series, title, 
   address, badge number, agency, cost center, phone number.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       The data is used to complete applications, personnel and 
   administrative forms, and provide input to various small systems used 
   in administration and management of DOL employees.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Computer records are stored in a database server located in a 
   secure area accessible only by encoded security cards. Access to 
   records, forms, applications, processes, and information is 
   controlled by System Managers. The Entity database is not accessible 
   by any individual user. Machine readable version of the records are 
   kept in a secure microcomputer (server) database.
     Retrievability: 
       Specific records may be retrieved by name, SSN, organization, 
   grade.
     Safeguards: 
       Records are protected at both the machine (server) level and data 
   level. Records can be accessed only through the use of passwords 
   given to authorized DOL employees by the Database Administrator on a 
   need to know basis. Access to specific data elements is further 
   controlled by a need to know basis.
     Retention and disposal: 
       The data is updated daily or on an as required basis. Earlier 
   data are overwritten.
     System manager(s) and address: 
       Director, Information Technology Center, OASAM, U.S. Department 
   of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington DC 20210.
     Notification procedures:
       Inquiries should be mailed or presented to the system manager 
   noted at the address listed above.
     Record access procedures:
       A request for access shall be addressed to the appropriate system 
   manager listed above.
     Contesting record procedures:
       A petition for amendments shall be addressed to the System 
   Manager and must meet the requirements of the DOL Privacy Act 
   regulation at 29 CFR part 71.
     Record source categories: 
       Information contained in this system is obtained from the DOL 
   Payroll System and information supplied by the applicant.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-34

   System name: 

       DOL Fitness Association (DOLFA) Membership Files.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Fitness Center, U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution 
   Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOLFA members.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records contain information on members, such as name, medical 
   information required with a membership application, and attendance 
   records.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       Records are used to determine eligibility for membership, 
   emergency contact numbers, and statistical utilization of the Fitness 
   Center.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       Non-medical information collected from applicants for DOLFA 
   membership shall be subject to those universal routine uses listed in 
   the General Prefatory Statement to this document. In addition, 
   relevant and necessary non-medical information may be disclosed to 
   the current members of the DOLFA Board of Directors, and to the 
   professional fitness specialists employed by DOLFA in the performance 
   of their responsibilities. Medical information collected from 
   applicants for DOLFA membership may be disclosed to the professional 
   fitness specialists employed by DOLFA in the performance of their 
   responsibilities.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Records are maintained in locking file cabinets, and in computer 
   files.
     Retrievability: 
       Records may be retrieved by name.
     Safeguards: 
       Records can be accessed only during normal business hours and are 
   maintained in a locked room at all other times. Access is limited to 
   personnel (including current members of the DOLFA Board of Directors) 
   who are directly responsible for the management and/or operation of 
   the Frances Perkins Building Fitness Center. Such access and use must 
   be in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are destroyed five years after a member terminates 
   membership in DOLFA.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Team Leader, Health and Fitness Team, Safety and Health Center, 
   U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington DC 
   20210.
     Notification procedures:
       An individual wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about him/her should submit a written request to 
   the system manager, stating that the request is being made pursuant 
   to the Privacy Act, and including: His/her full name, any former 
   name, if applicable, home address, and approximate dates of 
   membership in DOLFA, and DOLFA membership number, date and place of 
   birth, and signature.
     Record access procedures: 
       Follow the steps described above.
     Contesting record procedures:
       The written request for an amendment should include the 
   following: The precise identification of the records to be amended; 
   the identification of the specific material to be deleted, added, or 
   changed; and a statement of reasons for the request, including all 
   available material substantiating the request. Requests for amendment 
   of records should include the words ``Privacy Act Amendment Request'' 
   on both the envelope and at the top of the request letter.
     Record source categories: 
       Members.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-35

   System name: 

       DOL Child Care Subsidy Program Records.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       DOL/OASAM/Worklife Center.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Employees of the Department of Labor who apply for child care 
   subsidies.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Application forms for the child care subsidy containing personal 
   information, including employee (parent) name, grade, home and work 
   addresses, telephone numbers, total family income, sources and 
   amounts of State/County/Local subsidies, names of children on whose 
   behalf the parent is applying for the child care subsidy, children's 
   Social Security Numbers, children's dates of birth; information on 
   child care providers used, including name, address, provider license 
   number and State where issued, tuition cost, and provider tax 
   identification number; and copies of earnings and leave statements 
   and IRS Form 1040 and 1040A for verification purposes.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Pub. L. 106-58, sec. 643 and E.O. 9397.
   Purpose(s): 
       To establish and verify DOL employees' eligibility for child care 
   subsidies in order for DOL to provide monetary assistance to its 
   employees.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       None, except for those universal routine uses set forth in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Information may be collected on paper or electronically and may 
   be stored as paper forms or on computers.
     Retrievability: 
       By name.
     Safeguards: 
       When not in use by an authorized person, paper records are stored 
   in lockable file cabinets or secured rooms. Electronic records are 
   protected by the use of passwords.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are destroyed after three years.
     System manager(s) and address:
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management, Human Resources Center, Worklife 
   Center, Frances Perkins Building, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, 
   Washington, DC 20210.
     Notification procedure: 
       Individuals wishing to inquire whether this system of records 
   contains information about them should contact the system manager 
   listed above. Individuals must furnish their full name and address.
     Record access procedures:
       Individuals wishing to request access to records pertaining to 
   them should contact the system manager.
     Contesting record procedure:
       Individuals wishing to contest information in their files may 
   write to the system manager at the address above, reasonably identify 
   the records pertaining to them, the information that is being 
   contested in those records, the corrective action(s) being sought, 
   and the reasons for the correction(s).
     Record source categories: 
       DOL employees who apply for the child care subsidy program.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OASAM-36

   System name: 

       PeoplePower.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
   Administration and Management (OASAM), People Power Team, 200 
   Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       DOL employees.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records contain information on DOL employees, such as name, 
   social security number, organization (code), pay plan, series, title, 
   address, badge number, agency, cost center, phone number, and 
   benefits data, and information necessary to produce reports required 
   by OPM and DOL. Also, it contains records of training received by 
   individual employees for cost or no cost training. In addition, the 
   records contain internal reports submitted to prepare Departmental 
   budget and employment reports. These reports include information such 
   as job title, grade, location, name and social security number.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       5 U.S.C. 301.
   Purpose(s): 
       The data is used to produce official personnel actions 
   notifications (SF-50, SF-52), and to store and provide access to 
   current and historical human resource information for all of the 
   Department's employees. A further purpose is to administer training, 
   to manage budgets with regard to employee positions, to produce 
   analytical reports, and to automate workflow within the human 
   resources offices.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses:
       None, except for those universal routine uses listed in the 
   General Prefatory Statement to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Computer records are stored in a database server located in a 
   secure area accessible only by encoded security cards. Access to 
   records, forms, applications, processes, and information is 
   controlled by System Manager. Machine readable version of the records 
   are kept in a secure microcomputer (server) database.
     Retrievability: 
       Specific records may be retrieved by name, organization, grade.
     Safeguards: 
       Records are protected at both the machine (server) level and data 
   level. Records can be accessed only through the use of passwords 
   given to authorized DOL employees by the Database Administrator on a 
   need to know basis. Access to specific data elements is further 
   controlled by a need to know basis. Each component's database is only 
   accessible by that component's responsible personnel office in either 
   the national or regional office. Likewise, the 9 DOL budget offices 
   in the national office, in conjunction with the 14 nationwide human 
   resources offices, can access their own component agency's database.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records may be retained indefinitely as a basis for longitudinal 
   work history statistical studies. Other records are retained for 
   varying periods of time in accordance with the National Archives and 
   Records Administration records schedule.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Project Director, People Power Team, OASAM, U.S. Department of 
   Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington DC 20210.
     Notification procedure:
       Inquiries should be mailed or presented to the system manager 
   noted at the address listed above.
     Record access procedures: 
       A request for access shall be addressed to the system manager 
   listed above.
     Contesting record procedures:
       A petition for amendments shall be addressed to the System 
   Manager and must meet the requirements of the DOL Privacy Act 
   regulation at 29 CFR part 71.
     Record source categories: 
       Information contained in this system is obtained from the DOL 
   Payroll System and information supplied by the applicant.
     Systems exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OALJ-1

   System name: 

       Office of Administrative Law Judges Case Tracking System (CTS).
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges 
   (OALJ), 800 K St., NW., Washington, DC 20001.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Claimants, complainants, respondents, and other party litigants 
   in cases before the OALJ for hearing and decision.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records that contain information and pertinent data gathered from 
   case files and court filings, necessary to hear and decide cases.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. 553, 554, 556, 557, 571 et 
   seq.; Age Discrimination Act of 1975, 42 U.S.C. 6103; 29 CFR part 34; 
   Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.; 29 
   CFR part 34; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. 
   2000d-1; 29 CFR part 31; Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7622; 29 CFR part 
   24; Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 29 U.S.C. 801-999 
   (Supp. V 1981); 20 CFR part 676 (1990); Comprehensive Environmental 
   Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. 9610; 29 
   CFR part 24; Contract Disputes Act, 41 U.S.C. 601 et seq.; 41 CFR 
   part 29-60; 48 CFR 2933.203.70; Contract Work Hours and Safety 
   Standards Act, 40 U.S.C. 327 et seq.; 29 CFR part 6; Copeland Act, 40 
   U.S.C. 276c; 29 CFR part 6; Davis-Bacon Act, as amended, 40 U.S.C. 
   276a-276a-7; 29 CFR part 6; Debt Collection Act of 1982, 31 U.S.C. 
   3711(f); 29 CFR part 20; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 
   1972, 20 U.S.C. 1682; 29 CFR part 34; Employee Polygraph Protection 
   Act of 1988, 29 U.S.C. 2005; 29 CFR part 801, subpart E; Employee 
   Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, 29 U.S.C. 1132 and 1135; 29 
   CFR parts 2560 and 2570; Energy Reorganization Act of 1974, as 
   amended, 42 U.S.C. 5851; 29 CFR part 24; Equal Access to Justice Act, 
   5 U.S.C. 504; 29 CFR part 16; Executive Order No. 11,246, as amended, 
   3 CFR 339 (1964-1965 Comp.); reprinted in 42 U.S.C. 2000e app.; 41 
   CFR parts 60-1 and 60-30; Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as 
   amended, 29 U.S.C. 211(d); 29 CFR part 530, subpart E; Fair Labor 
   Standards Act of 1938, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 214(c); 29 CFR part 525; 
   Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 216(e); 29 
   CFR part 580; Title IV of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 
   1977, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 901 et seq.; 20 CFR parts 410, 718, 725 
   and 727; Federal Unemployment Tax Act, 26 U.S.C. 3303(b)(3), 3304(c); 
   Federal Unemployment Tax Act (addressing agreements under the Trade 
   Act of 1974, as amended), 26 U.S.C. 3302(c)(3); 20 CFR part 617; 
   Federal Water Pollution Control Act, 33 U.S.C. 1367; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H), 
   1184 and 1186; 29 CFR part 501, subpart C; Immigration and 
   Nationality Act, as amended, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H), 1182, 1184, 
   1188, 1288(c); 20 CFR part 655; Immigration and Nationality Act, as 
   amended, 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(5)(A); 20 CFR part 656; Job Training 
   Partnership Act, 29 U.S.C. 1576; 20 CFR part 627; Labor-Management 
   Reporting & Disclosure Act of 1959, 5 U.S.C. 7120; 29 CFR part 458; 
   Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 33 U.S.C. 901 et seq. 
   (and its extensions Defense Base Act, Outer Continental Shelf Lands 
   Act, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act, 36 DC Code 501 
   et seq.; Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act); 20 CFR parts 
   701, 702 and 704; McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act, as amended, 
   41 U.S.C. 351 et seq.; 29 CFR part 6; Migrant and Seasonal 
   Agricultural Worker Protection Act, 29 U.S.C. 1813, 1853; 29 CFR part 
   500, subpart F; National Apprenticeship Act, 29 U.S.C. 50; 29 CFR 
   parts 29 and 30; Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986, 31 U.S.C. 
   3803; 29 CFR part 22; sec. 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as 
   amended, 29 U.S.C. 793; 41 CFR part 60-741, subpart B; sec. 504 of 
   the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 794; 29 CFR 
   part 32; Reorganization Plan No. 14 of 1950; and 29 CFR part 6; Rules 
   of Practice and Procedure for Administrative Hearings Before the 
   Office of Administrative Law Judges, 29 CFR part 18; Safe Drinking 
   Water Act, 42 U.S.C. 300j-9(i); 29 CFR part 24; Single Audit Act of 
   1984, 31 U.S.C. 7505; OMB Circular Nos. A-128 and A-110; 29 CFR part 
   96, subpart 96.6; Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 503; 20 CFR part 
   601; Solid Waste Disposal Act, 42 U.S.C. 6971; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Surface Transportation Assistance Act, 49 U.S.C. 31105; 29 CFR part 
   1978; Toxic Substances Control Act, 15 U.S.C. 2622; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act, as amended, 38 
   U.S.C. 4211, 4212; 41 CFR part 60-250, subpart B; Wagner-Peyser Act, 
   as amended, 29 U.S.C. 49 et seq.; 20 CFR part 658; Walsh-Healey 
   Public Contracts Act, as amended, 41 U.S.C. 38; 41 CFR part 50-203; 
   Workforce Investment Act of 1998, 29 U.S.C. 2801 et seq.; other 
   statutes, executive orders and regulations providing for an 
   administrative law judge hearing as they may become applicable in the 
   future.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain the court docket for administrative law judge 
   adjudications. The records and information in the case tracking 
   system are used as the court docket system in administrative law 
   judge hearings conducted pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552, 553, 554, 556 and 
   557 and/or a variety of particular statutes and Executive Orders. The 
   purpose of the system is to facilitate the processing of cases and 
   determination of issues in hearings and appeals proceedings.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       In addition to those universal routine uses listed in the General 
   Prefatory Statement to this document, information may be disclosed to 
   contractors and other Federal agencies, as necessary, for the purpose 
   of assisting this agency in further development and continuing 
   maintenance of the system, or hearing-related functions.
       Since the administrative law judges proceedings conducted by the 
   Office of Administrative Law Judges are public, court docket records 
   are available for public inspection.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Computer system.
     Retrievability: 
       Retrieval by Case Number. Other searchable fields such as name of 
   party, are available.
     Safeguards: 
       Access is limited to authorized users.
     Retention and disposal: 
       Records are deleted fifty years after the appeal process has been 
   completed.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Director of Program Operations, U.S. Department of Labor, Office 
   of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ), 800 K St., NW., Washington, DC 
   20001.
     Notification procedure:
       Inquiries regarding the existence of records should be in the 
   form of a written, signed request to the above address.
     Record access procedures: 
       As in notification procedures.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       As in notification procedures.
     Record source categories: 
       Office of Administrative Law Judge Case Files.
     System exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OALJ-2

   System name: 

       Office of Administrative Law Judge Case Files.
     Security classification: 
       None.
     System location: 
       Unassigned case files are maintained by the Chief Administrative 
   Law Judge or a District Chief Administrative Law Judge. Assigned case 
   files are maintained by the presiding administrative law judge. Files 
   may be located in the National Office, U.S. Department of Labor, 
   Office of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ), 800 K St., NW, 
   Washington, DC 20001, or in District offices.
     Categories of individuals covered by the system: 
       Claimants, complainants, respondents, and other party litigants 
   in cases referred to OALJ for hearing and decision.
     Categories of records in the system: 
       Records may contain claim files, determinations and referral 
   letters from the agency with initial claim development or 
   investigatory responsibility; documents proffered as evidence; 
   pleadings, motions and other submissions by litigants; administrative 
   law judge orders, and decisions and orders; the hearing transcript; 
   and other documents and information necessary to hear and decide 
   cases.
     Authority for maintenance of the system: 
       Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. 553, 554, 556, 557, 571 et 
   seq.; Age Discrimination Act of 1975, 42 U.S.C. 6103; 29 CFR part 34; 
   Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.; 29 
   CFR part 34; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. 
   2000d-1; 29 CFR part 31; Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7622; 29 CFR part 
   24; Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 29 U.S.C. 801-999 
   (Supp. V 1981); 20 CFR part 676 (1990); Comprehensive Environmental 
   Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. 9610; 29 
   CFR part 24; Contract Disputes Act, 41 U.S.C. 601 et seq.; 41 CFR 
   part 29-60; 48 CFR 2933.203.70; Contract Work Hours and Safety 
   Standards Act, 40 U.S.C. 327 et seq.; 29 CFR part 6; Copeland Act, 40 
   U.S.C. 276c; 29 CFR part 6; Davis-Bacon Act, as amended, 40 U.S.C. 
   276a-276a-7; 29 CFR part 6; Debt Collection Act of 1982, 31 U.S.C. 
   3711(f); 29 CFR part 20; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 
   1972, 20 U.S.C. 1682; 29 CFR part 34; Employee Polygraph Protection 
   Act of 1988, 29 U.S.C. 2005; 29 CFR part 801, subpart E; Employee 
   Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, 29 U.S.C. 1132 and 1135; 29 
   CFR parts 2560 and 2570; Energy Reorganization Act of 1974, as 
   amended, 42 U.S.C. 5851; 29 CFR part 24; Equal Access to Justice Act, 
   5 U.S.C. 504; 29 CFR part 16; Executive Order No. 11,246, as amended, 
   3 CFR 339 (1964-1965 Comp.); reprinted in 42 U.S.C. 2000e app.; 41 
   CFR parts 60-1 and 60-30; Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as 
   amended, 29 U.S.C. 211(d); 29 CFR part 530, subpart E; Fair Labor 
   Standards Act of 1938, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 214(c); 29 CFR part 525; 
   Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 216(e); 29 
   CFR part 580; Title IV of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 
   1977, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 901 et seq.; 20 CFR parts 410, 718, 725 
   and 727; Federal Unemployment Tax Act, 26 U.S.C. 3303(b)(3), 3304(c); 
   Federal Unemployment Tax Act (addressing agreements under the Trade 
   Act of 1974, as amended), 26 U.S.C. 3302(c)(3); 20 CFR part 617; 
   Federal Water Pollution Control Act, 33 U.S.C. 1367; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H), 
   1184 and 1186; 29 CFR part 501, subpart C; Immigration and 
   Nationality Act, as amended, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H), 1182, 1184, 
   1188, 1288(c); 20 CFR part 655; Immigration and Nationality Act, as 
   amended, 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(5)(A); 20 CFR part 656; Job Training 
   Partnership Act, 29 U.S.C. 1576; 20 CFR part 627; Labor-Management 
   Reporting & Disclosure Act of 1959, 5 U.S.C. 7120; 29 CFR part 458; 
   Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 33 U.S.C. 901 et seq. 
   (and its extensions Defense Base Act, Outer Continental Shelf Lands 
   Act, District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act, 36 DC Code 501 
   et seq.; Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act); 20 CFR parts 
   701, 702 and 704; McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act, as amended, 
   41 U.S.C. 351 et seq.; 29 CFR part 6; Migrant and Seasonal 
   Agricultural Worker Protection Act, 29 U.S.C. 1813, 1853; 29 CFR part 
   500, subpart F; National Apprenticeship Act, 29 U.S.C. 50; 29 CFR 
   parts 29 and 30; Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986, 31 U.S.C. 
   3803; 29 CFR part 22; Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 
   as amended, 29 U.S.C. 793; 41 CFR part 60-741, subpart B; sec. 504 of 
   the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 794; 29 CFR 
   part 32; Reorganization Plan No. 14 of 1950; and 29 CFR part 6; Rules 
   of Practice and Procedure for Administrative Hearings Before the 
   Office of Administrative Law Judges, 29 CFR part 18; Safe Drinking 
   Water Act, 42 U.S.C. 300j-9(i); 29 CFR part 24; Single Audit Act of 
   1984, 31 U.S.C. 7505; OMB Circular Nos. A-128 and A-110; 29 CFR part 
   96, subpart 96.6; Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 503; 20 CFR part 
   601; Solid Waste Disposal Act, 42 U.S.C. 6971; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Surface Transportation Assistance Act, 49 U.S.C. 31105; 29 CFR part 
   1978; Toxic Substances Control Act, 15 U.S.C. 2622; 29 CFR part 24; 
   Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act, as amended, 38 
   U.S.C. 4211, 4212; 41 CFR part 60-250, subpart B; Wagner-Peyser Act, 
   as amended, 29 U.S.C. 49 et seq.; 20 CFR part 658; Walsh-Healey 
   Public Contracts Act, as amended, 41 U.S.C. 38; 41 CFR part 50-203; 
   Workforce Investment Act of 1998, 29 U.S.C. 2801 et seq.; other 
   statutes, executive orders and regulations providing for an 
   administrative law judge hearing as they may become applicable in the 
   future.
   Purpose(s): 
       To maintain the court records for public administrative-
   adjudicative hearings. These records and information in these records 
   are used as the court record in administrative law judge hearings 
   conducted pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552, 553, 554, 556 and 557 and/or a 
   variety of particular statutes and Executive Orders. The purpose of 
   the system is the adjudication of cases and determination of issues 
   in hearings and appeals proceedings.
     Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including 
   categories of users and the purposes of such uses: 
       When necessary, information from the case files may be disclosed 
   to individuals in other matters pending before the Office of 
   Administrative Law Judges. Information may be disclosed to 
   contractors for hearing-related functions.
       Since the administrative law judges proceedings conducted by the 
   Office of Administrative Law Judges are public, case files are 
   available for public inspection under the Freedom of Information Act, 
   5 U.S.C. 552. Administrative law judge and Administrative Review 
   Board decisions are posted on the Internet at www.oalj.dol.gov, see 5 
   U.S.C. 552(a)(2)(A) and (E), and may be distributed to publishers.
       See also routine uses listed in the General Prefatory Statement 
   to this document.
   Disclosure to consumer reporting agencies:
       None.
     Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, 
   retaining, and disposing of records in the system:  
     Storage: 
       Paper records are maintained in file folders. Electronic versions 
   of ALJ orders and decisions are also stored in electronic media.
     Retrievability: 
       Retrieval By Case Number.
     Safeguards: 
       Paper records are maintained in filing cabinets to which only 
   authorized personnel have access. Computer records have security 
   limiting access to authorized users. Most records, however, are 
   public court documents available for inspection under the Freedom of 
   Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552.
     Retention and disposal: 
       In cases where OALJ is the official custodian, inactive case 
   files are retained for three years before being sent to a Federal 
   Records Center. The Federal Records Center retains the files for an 
   additional fifteen years before they are authorized for destruction, 
   except for certain cases designated as precedent setting, which 
   become permanent records. In cases where OALJ is not the official 
   custodian, for example matters relating to Black Lung and Longshore 
   (and extensions) cases, the official file is transferred to the 
   appropriate federal custodial agency. When a case is appealed, the 
   case file is forwarded to the appropriate administrative appellate 
   agency, such as the Benefits Review Board, or the Administrative 
   Review Board.
     System manager(s) and address:
       Director of Program Operations, U.S. Department of Labor, Office 
   of Administrative Law Judges (OALJ), 800 K St., NW, Washington, DC 
   20001.
     Notification procedure:
       Inquiries regarding the existence of records should be in the 
   form of a written, signed request to the above address.
     Record access procedures: 
       As in notification procedures.
     Contesting record procedures: 
       As in notification procedures.
     Record source categories: 
       Records may include information submitted by the agency with 
   initial claims development or investigatory responsibility, 
   claimants, complainants, respondents, and other parties to the case, 
   amicus curiae, administrative law judges involved in case, the court 
   reporter, and in the case of remanded cases, the administrative-
   appellate body or federal court.
     System exempted from certain provisions of the act: 
       None.

   DOL/OALJ-3

   System name: 

       Contract list.
     Security classification: 
       Unclassified.
     System location: 
       U.S. Depart
LABOR DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

29 CFR PART 71--PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY AND ACCESS TO RECORDS 
UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974

Subpart A--General

Sec.
71.1  General provisions.
71.2  Request for access to records.
71.3  Responses by components to requests for access to records.
71.4  Form and content of component responses.
71.5  Access to records.
71.6  Fees for access to records.
71.7  Appeals from denials of access.
71.8  Preservation of records.
71.9  Requests for correction or amendment of records.
71.10  Certain records not subject to correction.
71.11  Emergency disclosures.
71.12  Use and collection of social security numbers.
71.13 Employee standards of conduct.
71.14 Use of nonpublic information.
71.15 Training.

Subpart B--Exemption of Records Systems Under the Privacy Act

71.50 General exemptions pursuant to subsection (j) of the Privacy Act.
71.51 Specific exemptions pursuant to subsection (k)(2) of the Privacy 
    Act.
71.52 Specific exemptions pursuant to subsection (k)(5) of the Privacy 
    Act.

Appendix A to Part 71--Responsible Officials
  Authority: 5 U.S.C. 301; 5 U.S.C. 552a as amended; Reorganization Plan 
No. 6 of 1950, 5 U.S.C. Appendix.
  Source:63 FR 56741, Oct. 22, 1998.

Subpart A--General

   Sec. 71.1  General provisions.

  (a) Purpose and scope. This part contains the regulations of the U.S. 
Department of Labor implementing the Privacy Act of 1974, 5 U.S.C. 552a. 
The regulations apply to all records which are contained in systems of 
records maintained by, or under the control of, the Department of Labor 
and which are retrieved by an individual's name or personal identifier. 
These regulations set forth the procedures by which an individual may 
seek access under the Privacy Act to records pertaining to him, may 
request correction or amendment of such records, or may seek an 
accounting of disclosures of such records by the Department. These 
regulations are applicable to each component of the Department.
  (b) Government-wide systems of records. (1) DOL/GOVT-1 (Office of 
Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal Employees' Compensation Act 
File):
  (i) All records, including claim forms, medical, investigative and 
other reports, statements of witnesses, and other papers relating to 
claims for compensation filed under the Federal Employees' Compensation 
Act (as amended and extended), are covered by the government-wide system 
of records entitled DOL/GOVT-1. This system is maintained by and under 
the control of the Employment Standards Administration's Office of 
Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP), and, as such, all records 
contained in the OWCP claims file, as well as all copies of such 
documents retained and/or maintained by the injured worker's employing 
agency, are official records of the OWCP.
  (ii) The protection, release, inspection and copying of records 
covered by DOL/GOVT-1 shall be accomplished in accordance with the 
rules, guidelines and provisions of this part, as well as with part 70 
of this subtitle, and with the notice of the systems of records and 
routine uses published in the Federal Register. All questions relating 
to access/disclosure, and/or the amendment of FECA records maintained by 
the OWCP or an employing agency, are to be resolved in accordance with 
this part.
  (iii)(A) While an employing agency may establish procedures that an 
injured employee or beneficiary should follow in requesting access to 
documents it maintains, any decision issued in response to such a 
request must comply with the rules and regulations of the Department of 
Labor.
  (B) Any administrative appeal taken from a denial issued by the 
employing agency shall be filed with the Solicitor of Labor in 
accordance with Secs. 71.7 and 71.9 of this part.
  (iv) No agency other than the OWCP has authority to issue 
determinations in response to requests for the correction or amendment 
of records contained in or covered by DOL/GOVT-1. Any request for 
correction or amendment received by an employing agency must be referred 
to the OWCP for review and decision.
  (2) For the government-wide system of records entitled DOL/GOVT-2 (Job 
Corps Student Records), a system maintained by and under the control of 
the Employment and Training Administration, the regulations of this 
Department shall govern, including the procedure for requesting access 
to, or amendment of the records, as well as appeals therefrom, shall 
govern.
  (c) Definitions. As used in this subpart, the following terms shall 
have the following meanings:
  (1) Agency has the meaning set forth in 5 U.S.C. 552(f).
  (2) Component means each separate agency, bureau, office, board, 
division, commission, service, or administration of the Department of 
Labor, as well as each agency which possesses records covered by a DOL 
government-wide system of records.
  (3) Individual Data Subject means the individual by whose name or 
identifier the subject record is retrieved.
  (4) Record means any item, collection, or grouping of information 
about an individual which is maintained by any component within a system 
of records and which contains the individual's name, identifying number, 
symbol, or other identifying particular assigned to the individual, such 
as a fingerprint, voiceprint, or photograph.
  (5) Requester means an individual who makes either a request for 
access, a request for correction or amendment, or a request for an 
accounting.
  (6) Routine use has the meaning set forth in 5 U.S.C. 552a(7).
  (7) Statistical record has the meaning set forth in 5 U.S.C. 552a(6).
  (8) System of records means a group of any records under the control 
of the Department or any component from which information is retrieved 
by the name of an individual or by some identifying number, symbol, or 
other identifying particular assigned to that individual.
  (9) Under the control of means those official records for which the 
agency is officially responsible and either has in its possession or 
exercises dominion over. This excludes those records which, although in 
the physical possession of agency employees and used by them in 
performing official functions, are not, in fact, agency records. 
Uncirculated personal notes, papers and records which are retained or 
discarded at the author's discretion and over which the agency exercises 
no dominion or control (e.g., personal telephone list) are not agency 
records for purposes of this part.
  (10) He, his, and him include ``she'', ``hers'' and ``her''.

   Sec. 71.2  Requests for access to records.

  (a) Procedure for making requests for access to records. An 
individual, or legal representative acting on his behalf, may request 
access to a record about himself by appearing in person or by writing to 
the component that maintains the record. (See appendix A to this part 
which lists the components of the Department of Labor and their 
addresses.) A requester in need of guidance in defining his request may 
write to the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, U.S. 
Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210-
0002. A request should be addressed to the component that maintains the 
requested record. Both the envelope and the request itself should be 
marked: ``Privacy Act Request.''
  (b) Description of records sought. A request for access to records 
must describe the records sought in sufficient detail to enable 
Department personnel to locate the system of records containing the 
record with a reasonable amount of effort. Whenever possible, a request 
for access should describe the nature of the record sought, the date of 
the record or the period in which the record was compiled, and the name 
or identifying number of the system of records in which the requester 
believes the record is kept.
  (c) Agreement to pay fees. The filing of a request for access to a 
record under this subpart shall be deemed to constitute an agreement to 
pay all applicable fees charged under Sec. 71.6 up to $25.00. The 
component responsible for responding to the request shall confirm this 
agreement in its letter of acknowledgment to the requester. When filing 
a request, a requester may specify a willingness to pay a greater 
amount, if applicable.
  (d) Verification of identity. Any individual who submits a request for 
access to records must verify his identity in one of the following ways:
  (1) Any requester making a request in writing must state in his 
request his full name, and current address. In addition, a requester 
must provide with his request an example of his signature, which shall 
be notarized, or signed as an unsworn declaration under penalty of 
perjury, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1746. In order to facilitate the 
identification of the requested records, a requester may also include in 
his request his Social Security number.
  (2) Any requester submitting a request in person may provide to the 
component a form of official photographic identification, such as a 
passport, an identification badge or a driver's license which contains 
the photograph of the requester. If a requester is unable to produce a 
form of photographic identification, he may provide to the component two 
or more acceptable forms of identification bearing his name and address. 
In all cases, sufficient identification must be presented to confirm 
that the requester is the individual data subject.
  (e) Verification of guardianship. The parent, guardian, or 
representative of a minor or the guardian or representative of a person 
judicially determined to be incompetent who submits a request for access 
to the records of the minor or incompetent must establish:
  (1) His identity, as required in paragraph (d) of this section,
  (2) That the requester is the parent, guardian, or representative of 
the subject of the record, which may be proved by providing a copy of 
the subject's birth certificate showing parentage or by providing a 
court order establishing the guardianship, and
  (3) That he seeks to act on behalf of the subject of the record.
  (f) The disclosure officer may waive the requirements set forth in 
paragraphs (d) and (e) of this section when he deems such action to be 
appropriate, and may substitute in lieu thereof, other reasonable means 
of identification.

   Sec. 71.3  Responses by components to requests for access to records.

  (a) In general. Except as otherwise provided in this section, the 
component that:
  (1) First receives a request for access to a record, and
  (2) Has possession of the requested record is the component ordinarily 
responsible for responding to the request.
  (b) Authority to grant or deny requests. The head of a component, or 
his designee (i.e. disclosure officer), is authorized to make an initial 
grant or denial of any request for access to a record in the possession 
of that component.
  (c) Processing of requests for access not properly addressed. A 
request for access that is not properly addressed as specified in 
Sec. 71.2 shall be forwarded to the Assistant Secretary for 
Administration and Management, who shall forward the request to the 
appropriate component or components for processing. A request not 
addressed to the appropriate component will be deemed not to have been 
received by the Department until the Assistant Secretary for 
Administration and Management has forwarded the request to the 
appropriate component which has the record and that component has 
received the request. When the component receives an improperly 
addressed request, it shall notify the requester of the date on which it 
received the request. Accordingly, a request for access shall be deemed 
received on the date that it is received in the appropriate component.
  (d) Date for determining responsive records. In determining the extent 
to which records are responsive to a request for access, a component 
ordinarily will include only those records within the component's 
possession and control as of the date of its receipt of the request.
  (e) First party requests. A request for access by the individual data 
subject for his or her own records shall be processed both under the 
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act (PA).

   Sec. 71.4  Form and content of component responses.

  (a) Form of notice granting request for access. A request by the 
individual data subject for access to his or her own records shall not 
be denied unless both a Privacy Act exemption and a Freedom of 
Information Act exemption apply to the requested records. A component 
shall make a determination within 30 days to grant or deny a request for 
access in whole or in part. If the request is granted in whole, the 
component shall so notify the requester in writing. The notice shall 
describe the manner in which access to the record will be granted and 
shall inform the requester of any fees to be charged in accordance with 
Sec. 71.6.
  (b) Form of notice denying request for access. A component denying a 
request for access in whole or in part shall so notify the requester in 
writing. The notice, signed by the responsible agency official, shall 
include:
  (1) The name and title or position of the person responsible for the 
denial;
  (2) A brief statement of the reason or reasons for the denial, 
including the Privacy Act and FOIA exemption or exemptions which the 
component has relied upon in denying the request; and
  (3) A statement that the denial may be appealed under Sec. 71.7(a), 
and a description of the requirements of that paragraph.
  (c) Record cannot be located. If no records are found which are 
responsive to the request, the component shall so notify the requester 
in writing. Such notification by the component shall inform the 
requester that, if the requester considers this response to be a denial 
of their request, the requester has a right to appeal to the Solicitor 
of Labor, within ninety days, as set forth in Sec. 71.7.
  (d) Medical records. When an individual requests medical records 
concerning himself, which are not otherwise exempt from disclosure, the 
disclosure officer shall, if deemed necessary because of possible harm 
to the individual, advise the individual that the Department of Labor 
believes that the records should be provided to a physician designated 
in writing by the individual. In addition, the Department shall request 
the individual to designate such a physician. Upon receipt of the 
designation, the disclosure officer will permit the physician to review 
the records or to receive copies of the records by mail, upon proper 
verification of identity.

   Sec. 71.5  Access to records.

  (a) Manner of access. A component that has made a determination to 
grant a request for access shall grant the requester access to the 
requested record either by providing the requester with a copy of the 
record, or making the record available for inspection by the requester 
at a reasonable time and place. The component shall charge the requester 
only duplication costs in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 71.6. 
If a component provides access to a record by making the record 
available for inspection by the requester, the manner of such inspection 
shall not unreasonably disrupt the operations of the component.
  (b) Accompanying person. A requester appearing in person to review his 
own records may be accompanied by another individual of his own 
choosing. The requester shall provide the Department with his or her 
written consent to disclose the record to the accompanying person.

   Sec. 71.6  Fees for access to records.

  (a) When charged. A component shall charge fees pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 
9701 and 5 U.S.C. 552a(f)(5) for the copying of records unless the 
component, in its discretion, waives or reduces the fees for good cause 
shown. A component shall charge fees at the rate of $0.15 per page. In 
accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, the 
first 100 pages of copying shall be furnished without charge. For 
materials other than paper copies, the component may charge the direct 
costs of reproduction, but only if the requester has been notified of 
such costs before they are incurred. Fees shall not be charged where 
they would amount, in the aggregate, for one request or for a series of 
related requests, to less than $15.00. Notwithstanding any other 
provision of this paragraph, the first copy of an individual's Privacy 
Act record shall be provided to the individual at no cost.
  (b) Notice of estimated fees amounting to between $25 to $250. When a 
component determines or estimates that the fees to be charged under this 
section may amount to between $25 to $250, the component shall notify 
the requester as soon as practicable of the actual or estimated amount 
of the fee, unless the requester has indicated in advance his 
willingness to pay a fee as high as that anticipated.
  (c) Notice of estimated fees in excess of $250. When a component 
determines or estimates that the fees to be charged under this section 
may amount to more than $250, the component shall notify the requester 
as soon as practicable of the actual or estimated amount of the fee, 
unless the requester has indicated in advance his willingness to pay a 
fee as high as that estimated. If the fee is estimated to be in excess 
of $250, then the agency may require payment in advance. (If only a 
portion of the fee can be estimated readily, the component shall advise 
the requester that the estimated fee may be only a portion of the total 
fee.) Where the estimated fee exceeds $250 and a component has so 
notified the requester, the component will be deemed not to have 
received the request for access to records until the requester has paid 
the anticipated fee, in full or in part. A notice to a requester 
pursuant to this paragraph shall offer him the opportunity to confer 
with Department personnel with the object of reformulating his request 
to meet his needs at a lower cost.
  (d) Form of payment. Requesters must pay fees by cash, check or money 
order payable to either the Treasury of the United States, or the U.S. 
Department of Labor. However, the Department shall not require advance 
payment in any case where the fee is under $250, except that where a 
requester has previously failed to pay a fee charged under this part, 
the requester must pay the component or the Department the full amount 
owed and make an advance deposit of the full amount of any estimated fee 
before a component shall be required to process a new or pending request 
for access from that requester.

   Sec. 71.7  Appeals from denials of access.

  (a) Appeals to the Solicitor of Labor. When a component denies in 
whole or in part a request for access to records, the requester may 
appeal the denial to the Solicitor of Labor within 90 days of his 
receipt of the notice denying his request. An appeal to the Solicitor of 
Labor shall be made in writing, addressed to the Solicitor of Labor, 
U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. 
20210-0002. Both the envelope and the letter of appeal itself must be 
clearly marked: ``Privacy Act Appeal.'' An appeal not so addressed and 
marked shall be forwarded to the Office of the Solicitor as soon as it 
is identified as an appeal under the Privacy Act. An appeal that is 
improperly addressed shall be deemed not to have been received by the 
Department until the Office of the Solicitor receives the appeal.
  (b) Form of action on appeal. The disposition of an appeal shall be in 
writing. A written decision affirming in whole or in part the denial of 
a request for access shall include a brief statement of the reason or 
reasons for the affirmation, including each Privacy Act and FOIA 
exemption relied upon and its relation to each record withheld, and a 
statement that judicial review of the denial is available in the U.S. 
District Court for the judicial district in which the requester resides 
or has his principal place of business, the judicial district in which 
the requested records are located, or the District of Columbia. If the 
denial of a request for access is reversed on appeal, the requester 
shall be so notified and the request shall be processed promptly in 
accordance with the decision on appeal.
  (c) Delegation of Authority by the Solicitor of Labor. The Solicitor 
of Labor is authorized to delegate his authority to decide appeals from 
any and all denials of access to other senior attorneys within the 
Office of the Solicitor.

   Sec. 71.8  Preservation of records.

  Each component shall preserve all correspondence relating to the 
requests it receives under this subpart, and all records processed 
pursuant to such requests, until such time as the destruction of such 
correspondence and records is authorized pursuant to title 44 of the 
U.S. Code and record schedules approved by the National Archives and 
Records Administration, and otherwise in accordance with retention 
requirements as published in the agency's system of records. Under no 
circumstances shall records be destroyed while they are the subject of a 
pending request for access, appeal, or lawsuit under the Act. 0

   Sec. 71.9  Request for correction or amendment of records.

  (a) How made. An individual may submit a request for correction or 
amendment of a record pertaining to him. The request must be in writing 
and must be addressed to the component that maintains the record. 
(Appendix A of this part lists the components of the Department and 
their addresses.) The request must identify the particular record in 
question, state the correction or amendment sought, and set forth the 
justification for the change. Both the envelope and the request itself 
must be clearly marked: ``Privacy Act Amendment Request.''
  (b) Initial determination. Within 30 working days of receiving a 
request for correction or amendment, a component shall notify the 
requester whether his request will be granted or denied, in whole or in 
part. If the component grants the request in whole or in part, it shall 
send the requester a copy of the amended record, in releasable form, as 
proof of the change. If the component denies the request in whole or in 
part, it shall notify the requester in writing of the denial. The notice 
of denial shall state the reason or reasons for the denial and advise 
the requester of his right to appeal.
  (c) Appeals. When a request for correction or amendment is denied in 
whole or in part, the requester may appeal the denial to the Solicitor 
of Labor within 90 days of his receipt of the notice denying his 
request. An appeal to the Solicitor of Labor shall be made in writing, 
shall set forth the specific item of information sought to be corrected 
or amended, and shall include any documentation said to justify the 
change. An appeal shall be addressed to the Solicitor of Labor, U.S. 
Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210-
0002. Both the envelope and the letter of appeal itself must be clearly 
marked: ``Privacy Act Amendment Appeal.''
  (d) Determination on appeal. The Solicitor of Labor shall decide all 
appeals from denials of requests to correct or amend records. All such 
appeals shall be decided within 30 working days of receipt of the 
appeal, unless there is good cause shown to extend this period. The 
appellant shall be notified if the period for decision has been 
extended.
  (1) If the denial of a request is affirmed on appeal, the requester 
shall be so notified in writing and advised of:
  (i) The reason or reasons the denial has been affirmed,
  (ii) The requester's right to file a Statement of Disagreement, as 
provided in paragraph (f) of this section, and
  (iii) The requester's right to obtain judicial review of the denial in 
the U.S. District Court for the judicial district in which the requester 
resides or has its principal place of business, the judicial district in 
which the record is located, or the District of Columbia.
  (2) If the denial is reversed on appeal, the requester shall be so 
notified and the request for correction or amendment shall be promptly 
remanded to the component that denied the request for processing in 
accordance with the decision on appeal.
  (e) Delegation of Authority by the Solicitor of Labor. The Solicitor 
of Labor is authorized to delegate his or her authority to decide any 
and all appeals from denials of requests to correct or amend records to 
other senior attorneys within the Office of the Solicitor.
  (f) Statements of disagreement. A requester whose request or appeal 
under this section has been denied shall have the right to file a 
Statement of Disagreement with the Solicitor of Labor, U.S. Department 
of Labor, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210-0002, within 
30 days of receiving notice of denial. Statements of Disagreement may 
not exceed one typed page per fact disputed. Statements exceeding this 
limit shall be returned to the requester for condensation. Upon receipt 
of a Statement of Disagreement under this section, the agency shall 
promptly have the statement included in the record and shall have the 
disputed record marked so as to indicate that a Statement of 
Disagreement has been filed.
  (g) Notices of correction or amendment or disagreement. Within 30 
working days of the correction or amendment of a record, the component 
that maintains the record shall advise all components or agencies to 
which it previously disclosed the record that the record has been 
amended. Whenever an individual has filed a Statement of Disagreement, a 
component shall append a copy of the Statement to the disputed record 
whenever the record is disclosed. The component may also append to the 
disputed record a written statement giving the component's reasons for 
denying the request to correct or amend the record.

   Sec. 71.10  Certain records not subject to correction.

  Certain records are not subject to correction or amendment. These 
include, but are not limited to:
  (a) Transcripts of testimony given under oath or written statements 
made under oath;
  (b) Transcripts or decisions of grand jury, administrative, judicial, 
or quasi-judicial proceedings which constitute the official record of 
such proceedings;
  (c) Records duly exempted from correction pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(j) 
or 552a(k) by rulemaking promulgated under the Administrative Procedure 
Act (5 U.S.C. 551 et seq.)

   Sec. 71.11  Emergency disclosures.

  If the record of an individual has been disclosed to any person under 
compelling circumstances affecting the health or safety of any person, 
as described in 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(8), the individual to whom the record 
pertains shall be notified of the disclosure at his last known address 
within 10 working days. The notice of such disclosure shall be in 
writing and shall state the nature of the information disclosed, the 
person or agency to whom it was disclosed, the date of disclosure, and 
the compelling circumstances justifying the disclosure. The officer who 
made or authorized the disclosure shall be responsible for providing 
such notification.

   Sec. 71.12  Use and collection of social security numbers.

  (a) Each component unit that requests an individual to disclose his 
social security account number shall provide the individual, in writing, 
with the following information:
  (1) The statute, regulation, Executive Order or other authority under 
which the number is solicited;
  (2) Whether the disclosure is mandatory or voluntary; and
  (3) The consequences, if any, to the individual should he or she 
refuse or fail to disclose the number.
  (b) Neither the Department nor any of its component units shall, in 
the absence of specific federal statutory authority, deny to an 
individual any right, benefit or privilege provided by law solely 
because of such individual's refusal to disclose his social security 
account number.
  (c) The head of each component unit shall ensure that employees 
authorized to collect social security account numbers or tax identifying 
numbers, are aware of the statutory or other basis for collecting such 
information, of the uses to which such numbers may be put, and of the 
consequences, if any, that might follow if a person refuses to disclose 
the requested number.

   Sec. 71.13  Employee standards of conduct.

  (a) Each component shall inform its employees of the provisions of the 
Privacy Act, including the Act's civil liability and criminal penalty 
provisions. Each component also shall notify its employees that they 
have a duty to:
  (1) Protect the security of records,
  (2) Ensure the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, and completeness of 
records,
  (3) Avoid the unauthorized disclosure, either verbal or written, of 
records, and
  (4) Ensure that the component maintains no system of records without 
public notice.
  (b) Except to the extent that the Privacy Act permits such activities, 
an employee of the Department of Labor shall:
  (1) Not collect information of a personal nature from individuals 
unless the employee is authorized to collect such information to perform 
a function or discharge a responsibility of the Department;
  (2) Collect from individuals only that information which is necessary 
to the performance of the functions or to the discharge of the 
responsibilities of the Department;
  (3) Collect information about an individual directly from that 
individual, whenever practicable;
  (4) Inform each individual from whom information is collected of:
  (i) The legal authority that authorizes the Department to collect such 
information,
  (ii) The principal purposes for which the Department intends to use 
the information,
  (iii) The routine uses the Department may make of the information, and
  (iv) The practical and legal effects upon the individual of not 
furnishing the information;
  (5) Maintain all records which are used by the agency in making any 
determination about any individual with such accuracy, relevance, 
timeliness, and completeness as to ensure fairness to the individual in 
the determination;
  (6) Maintain no record describing how any individual exercises rights 
guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, 
unless:
  (i) The individual has volunteered such information for his own 
benefit,
  (ii) A statute expressly authorizes the Department to collect, 
maintain, use, or disseminate the information, or
  (iii) The individual's beliefs, activities, or membership are 
pertinent to and within the scope of an authorized law enforcement 
activity;
  (7) Notify the head of the component of the existence or development 
of any system of records that has not been disclosed to the public;
  (8) Disclose no record to anyone, for any use, unless authorized by 
the Act;
  (9) Maintain and use records with care to prevent the inadvertent 
disclosure of a record to anyone; and
  (10) Notify the head of the component of any record that contains 
information that the Act or the foregoing provisions of this paragraph 
do not permit the Department to maintain.

   Sec. 71.14  Use of nonpublic information.

  (a) Prohibition. (1) An employee shall not engage in a financial 
transaction using nonpublic information, nor allow the improper use of 
nonpublic information to further his own private interest or that of 
another, whether through advice or recommendations, or by knowing 
unauthorized disclosure. See 5 CFR 2635.703.
  (2) Nonpublic information is information that an employee gains by 
reason of Federal employment that he knows or reasonably should know has 
not been made available to the general public. Nonpublic information 
includes information contained in a Privacy Act system of records which 
an individual knew or should have known:
  (i) Is normally exempt from disclosure under Exemptions 6 or 7(C) of 
the Freedom of Information Act, or is otherwise protected from 
disclosure by statute, Executive Order or regulation;
  (ii) Has not actually been disseminated to the general public and is 
not authorized to be made available to the public upon request.
  (b) Sanctions. Any DOL employee who willfully discloses any 
information or records from any file that contains individually-
identifiable information to any person or agency not entitled to receive 
it, and the disclosure of which is prohibited by the Privacy Act or by 
rules or regulations established thereunder, and who, knowing the 
disclosure of the specific material is so prohibited, will be subject to 
disciplinary action, as appropriate.
  (c) Public Disclosures by Third Parties of DOL Privacy Act Records. 
When Labor Department records subject to the Privacy Act are disclosed 
to third parties, and as a condition of the disclosure of such records, 
the person or entity to whom the records are furnished is expressly 
prohibited from further disseminating the information, any further 
dissemination of the information so furnished to such person or entity 
may be subject to the penalties set forth in 18 U.S.C. 641.

   Sec. 71.15  Training.

  All DOL systems managers, disclosure officers, and employees with 
responsibilities under the Privacy Act shall periodically attend 
training offered by the Department on the Privacy Act.

Subpart B--Exemption of Records Systems Under the Privacy Act

   Sec. 71.50  General exemptions pursuant to subsection (j) of the 
   Privacy Act.

  (a) The following systems of records are eligible for exemption under 
5 U.S.C. 552a(j)(2) because they are maintained by a component of the 
agency or subcomponent which performs as its principal function the 
enforcement of criminal laws, and they contain investigatory material 
compiled for criminal law enforcement purposes. Accordingly, these 
systems of records are exempt from the following subsections of 552a of 
title 5 U.S. Code: (c)(3) and (4), (d), (e)(1), (2), and (3), (e)(4)(G), 
(H), and (I), (e)(5) and (8), (f) and (g).
  (1) DOL/ESA-45 ( Investigative Files of the Office of Labor-Management 
Standards), a system of records maintained by the Office of Labor-
Management Standards.
  (2) DOL/OIG-1 (General Investigative Files, and Subject Title Index, 
USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by the Office of the 
Inspector General (OIG).
  (3) DOL/OIG-2 (Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts Records), a system 
of records maintained by the OIG.
  (4) DOL/OIG-3 (Case Development Records), a system of records 
maintained by the OIG.
  (5) DOL/OIG-5 (Investigative Case Tracking Systems/Audit Information 
Reporting Systems, USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by the 
OIG.
  (6) DOL/MSHA-20 (Civil/Criminal Investigations), a system of records 
maintained by the Mine Safety and Health Administration.
  (7) DOL/PWBA-2 (Office of Enforcement Index Cards and Investigation 
Files), a system of records maintained by the Pension and Welfare 
Benefits Administration.
  (b) This exemption applies to the extent that information in these 
systems of records is subject to exemption pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 
552a(j)(2).
  (c) These systems are exempted for the reasons set forth in paragraphs 
(c)(1) through (12) of this section, from the following subsections of 5 
U.S.C. 552a:
  (1) Subsection (c)(3). The release of the disclosure accounting would 
present a serious impediment to law enforcement by permitting the 
subject of an investigation of an actual or potential criminal violation 
to determine whether he is the subject of investigation, or to obtain 
valuable information concerning the nature of that investigation and the 
information obtained, or to identify witnesses and informants.
  (2) Subsection (c)(4). Since an exemption is being claimed for 
subsection (d) of the Act (Access to Records), this subsection is 
inapplicable to the extent that these systems of records are exempted 
from subsection (d).
  (3) Subsection (d). Access to records contained in these systems would 
inform the subject of an actual or potential criminal investigation of 
the existence of that investigation, of the nature and scope of the 
investigation, of the information and evidence obtained as to his or her 
activities, and of the identity of witnesses or informants. Such access 
would, accordingly, provide information that could enable the subject to 
avoid detection, apprehension, and prosecution. This result, therefore, 
would constitute a serious impediment to effective law enforcement not 
only because it would prevent the successful completion of the 
investigation but also because it could endanger the physical safety of 
witnesses or informants, lead to the improper influencing of witnesses, 
the destruction of evidence, or the fabrication of testimony. Amendment 
of the records would interfere with ongoing criminal law enforcement 
proceedings and imposes an impossible administrative burden by requiring 
criminal investigations to be continuously reinvestigated.
  (4) Subsection (e)(1). In the course of criminal and related law 
enforcement investigations, cases, and matters, the agency will 
occasionally obtain information concerning actual or potential 
violations of law that may not be technically within its statutory or 
other authority, or it may compile information in the course of an 
investigation which may not be relevant to a specific prosecution. In 
the interests of effective law enforcement, it is necessary to retain 
some or all of such information since it can aid in establishing 
patterns of criminal activity and can provide valuable leads for Federal 
and other law enforcement agencies. Moreover, it is difficult to know 
during the course of an investigation what is relevant and necessary. In 
this connection, facts or evidence may not seem relevant at first, but 
later in the investigation, their relevance is borne out.
  (5) Subsection (e)(2). To collect information to the greatest extent 
practicable from the subject individual of a criminal investigation or 
prosecution would present a serious impediment to law enforcement 
because the subject of the investigation or prosecution would be placed 
on notice as to the existence of the investigation and would therefore 
be able to avoid detection or apprehension, improperly influence 
witnesses, destroy evidence, or fabricate testimony.
  (6) Subsection (e)(3). To provide individuals supplying information 
with a form which includes the information required by subsection (e)(3) 
would constitute a serious impediment to law enforcement, i.e., it could 
compromise the existence of a confidential investigation or reveal the 
identity of witnesses or confidential informants.
  (7) Subsections (e)(4)(G) and (H). These subsections are inapplicable 
to the extent that these systems are exempt from the access provisions 
of subsection (d) and the rules provisions of subsection (f).
  (8) Subsection (e)(4)(I). The categories of sources of the records in 
these systems have been published in the Federal Register in broad 
generic terms in the belief that this is all that subsection (e)(4)(I) 
of the Act requires. In the event, however, that this subsection should 
be interpreted to require more detail as to the identity of sources of 
the records in this system, exemption from this provision is necessary 
to protect the confidentiality of the sources of criminal and related 
law enforcement information. Such exemption is further necessary to 
protect the privacy and physical safety of witnesses and informants.
  (9) Subsection (e)(5). In the collection of information for criminal 
enforcement purposes it is impossible to determine in advance what 
information is accurate, relevant, timely, and complete. With the 
passage of time, seemingly irrelevant or untimely information may 
acquire new significance as further investigation brings new details to 
light. Furthermore, the accuracy of such information can often only be 
determined in a court of law. The restrictions of subsection (e)(5) 
would inhibit the ability of government attorneys in exercising their 
judgment in reporting on information and investigations and impede the 
development of criminal information and related data necessary for 
effective law enforcement.
  (10) Subsection (e)(8). The individual notice requirements of 
subsection (e)(8) could present a serious impediment to law enforcement 
as this could interfere with the ability to issue warrants or subpoenas 
and could reveal investigative techniques, procedures, or evidence.
  (11) Subsection (f). Procedures for notice to an individual pursuant 
to subsection (f)(1) as to existence of records pertaining to the 
individual dealing with an actual or potential criminal, civil, or 
regulatory investigation or prosecution must be exempted because such 
notice to an individual would be detrimental to the successful conduct 
and/or completion of an investigation or case, pending or future. In 
addition, mere notice of the fact of an investigation could inform the 
subject or others that their activities are under investigation or may 
become the subject of an investigation and could enable the subjects to 
avoid detection, to influence witnesses improperly, to destroy evidence, 
or to fabricate testimony. Since an exemption is being claimed for 
subsection (d) of the Act (Access to Records) the rules required 
pursuant to subsections (f)(2) through (5) are inapplicable to these 
systems of records to the extent that these systems of records are 
exempted from subsection (d).
  (12) Subsection (g). Since an exemption is being claimed for 
subsections (d) (Access to Records) and (f) (Agency Rules) this section 
is inapplicable, and is exempted for the reasons set forth for those 
subsections, to the extent that these systems of records are exempted 
from subsections (d) and (f).

   Sec. 71.51  Specific exemptions pursuant to subsection (k)(2) of the 
   Privacy Act.

  (a) The following systems of records are eligible for exemption under 
5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2) because they contain investigatory material compiled 
for law enforcement purposes other than material within the scope of 
subsection (j)(2) of 5 U.S.C. 552a. Provided however, that if any 
individual is denied any right, privilege or benefit to which he would 
otherwise be entitled by Federal law, or for which he would otherwise be 
eligible, as a result of the maintenance of such material, such material 
shall be provided to such individual, except to the extent that the 
disclosure of such material would reveal the identity of a source who 
furnished information to the Government under an express promise that 
the identity of the source would be held in confidence, or prior to 
January 1, 1975, under an implied promise that the identity of the 
source would be held in confidence. Accordingly the following systems of 
records are exempt from (c)(3), (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3), (d)(4), (e)(1), 
(e)(4)(G), (e)(4)(I) and (f) of 5 U.S.C. 552a.
  (1) DOL/GOVT-1 (Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Federal 
Employees' Compensation Act File), a system of records maintained by the 
Employment Standards Administration (ESA).
  (2) DOL/OASAM-17 (Equal Employment Opportunity Complaint Files), a 
system of records maintained by the Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Administration and Management (OASAM).
  (3) DOL/OASAM-19 (Negotiated Grievance Procedure and Unfair Labor 
Practice Files), a system of records maintained by OASAM.
  (4) DOL/OASAM-20 (Personnel Investigation Records), a system of 
records maintained by OASAM.
  (5) DOL/OASAM-22 (Directorate of Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint 
Case Files), a system of records maintained by OASAM.
  (6) DOL/OASAM-29 (OASAM Employee Administrative Investigation File), a 
system of records maintained by OASAM.
  (7) DOL/BLS-7 (BLS Employee Conduct Investigation), a system of 
records maintained by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
  (8) DOL/ESA-2 (Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, 
Complaint Files), a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (9) DOL/ESA-25 (Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, 
Management Information Systems (OFCCP/MIS), a system of records 
maintained by ESA.
  (10) DOL/ESA-26 (Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Investigation Files), a system of 
records maintained by ESA.
  (11) DOL/ESA-27 (Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Longshore 
Act Claimant Representatives), a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (12) DOL/ESA-28 (Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Physicians 
and Health Care Providers Excluded under the Longshore Act), a system of 
records maintained by ESA.
  (13) DOL/ESA-29 (Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, Physicians 
and Health Care Providers Excluded under the Federal Employees' 
Compensation Act), a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (14) DOL/ESA-32 (ESA, Complaint and Employee Conduct Investigations), 
a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (15) DOL/ESA-36 (ESA, Wage and Hour Division, MSPA/FLCRA Civil Money 
Penalty Record Files), a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (16) DOL/ESA-40 (ESA, Wage and Hour Division, MSPA/FLCRA Tracer List), 
a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (17) DOL/ESA-41 (ESA, Wage and Hour Division, MSPA/FLCRA Certificate 
Action Record Files), a system of records maintained by ESA.
  (18) DOL/ESA-45 (Investigative Files of the Office of Labor-Management 
Standards), a system maintained by the Office of Labor-Management 
Standards.
  (19) DOL/ETA-16 (Employment and Training Administration Investigatory 
File), a system of records maintained by the Employment and Training 
Administration (ETA).
  (20) DOL/ETA-22 (ETA Employee Conduct Investigations), a system of 
records maintained by ETA.
  (21) DOL/OIG-1 (General Investigative Files, and Subject Title Index, 
USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by the Office of the 
Inspector General (OIG).
  (22) DOL/OIG-2 (Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts Records), a system 
of records maintained by the OIG.
  (23) DOL/OIG-3 (Case Development Records), a system of records 
maintained by OIG.
  (24) DOL/OIG-5 (Investigative Case Tracking Systems/Audit Information 
Reporting Systems, USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by OIG.
  (25) DOL/MSHA-10 (Discrimination Investigations), a system of records 
maintained by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).
  (26) DOL/MSHA-19 (Employee Conduct Investigations), a system of 
records maintained by MSHA.
  (27) DOL/MSHA-20 (Civil/Criminal Investigations), a system of records 
maintained by MSHA.
  (28) DOL/OSHA-1 (Discrimination Complaint File), a system of records 
maintained by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  (29) DOL/OSHA-12 (Employee Conduct Investigations), a system of 
records maintained by OSHA.
  (30) DOL/PWBA-2 (Office of Enforcement Index Cards and Investigation 
Files), a system of records maintained by the Pension and Welfare 
Benefits Administration (PWBA).
  (31) DOL/PWBA-7 (PWBA Employee Conduct Investigations), a system of 
records maintained by PWBA.
  (32) DOL/SOL-8 (Special Litigation Files), a system of records 
maintained by the Office of the Solicitor (SOL).
  (33) DOL/SOL-9 (Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act Appeals 
Files), a system of records maintained by SOL.
  (34) DOL/SOL-11 (Division of Civil Rights Defensive Litigation Files), 
a system of records maintained by SOL.
  (35) DOL/SOL-12 (Third-party Recovery Files), a system of records 
maintained by SOL.
  (36) DOL/SOL-13 (SOL Employee Conduct Investigations), a system of 
records maintained by SOL.
  (37) DOL/SOL-15 (Solicitor's Office Litigation Files), a system of 
records maintained by SOL.
  (38) DOL/VETS-1 (Veterans' Reemployment Complaint File--VETS-1), a 
system of records maintained by the Veterans' Employment and Training 
Service (VETS).
  (39) DOL/VETS-2 (Veterans' Preference Complaint File), a system of 
records maintained by VETS.
  (b) This exemption applies to the extent that information in these 
systems is subject to exemption pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(2).
  (c) The systems of records listed under paragraphs (a)(1) through 
(a)(39) of this section are exempted for the reasons set forth in 
paragraphs (c) (1) through (6) of this section, from the following 
subsections of 5 U.S.C. 552a:
  (1) Subsection (c)(3). The release of the disclosure accounting, for 
disclosures made pursuant to subsection (b) of the Act, including those 
permitted under the routine uses published for these systems of records, 
would enable the subject of an investigation of an actual or potential 
civil case to determine whether he or she is the subject of 
investigation, to obtain valuable information concerning the nature of 
that investigation and the information obtained, and to determine the 
identity of witnesses or informants. Such access to investigative 
information would, accordingly, present a serious impediment to law 
enforcement. In addition, disclosure of the accounting would constitute 
notice to the individual of the existence of a record even though such 
notice requirement under subsection (f)(1) is specifically exempted for 
this system of records.
  (2) Subsections (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3), and (d)(4). Access to the 
records contained in these systems would inform the subject of an actual 
or potential civil investigation of the existence of that investigation, 
of the nature and scope of the information and evidence obtained as to 
his or her activities, and of the identity of witnesses or informants. 
Such access would, accordingly, provide information that could enable 
the subject to avoid detection. This result, therefore, would constitute 
a serious impediment to effective law enforcement not only because it 
would prevent the successful completion of the investigation but also 
because it could endanger the physical safety of witnesses or 
informants, lead to the improper influencing of witnesses, the 
destruction of evidence, or the fabrication of testimony.
  (3) Subsection (e)(1). The notices for these systems of records 
published in the Federal Register set forth the basic statutory or 
related authority for maintenance of these systems. However, in the 
course of civil and related law enforcement investigations, cases and 
matters, the agency will occasionally obtain information concerning 
actual or potential violations of law that are not strictly or 
technically within its statutory or other authority or may compile 
information in the course of an investigation which may not be relevant 
to a specific case. In the interests of effective law enforcement, it is 
necessary to retain some or all of such information in this system of 
records since it can aid in establishing patterns of compliance and can 
provide valuable leads for Federal and other law enforcement agencies. 
Moreover, it is difficult to know during the course of an investigation 
what is relevant and necessary. In this connection, facts or evidence 
may not seem relevant at first, but later in the investigation, their 
relevance is borne out.
  (4) Subsections (e)(4) (G) and (H). Since an exemption is being 
claimed for subsections (f) (Agency Rules) and (d) (Access to Records) 
of the Act, these subsections are inapplicable to the extent that these 
systems of records are exempted from subsections (f) and (d).
  (5) Subsection (e)(4)(I). The categories of sources of the records in 
these systems have been published in the Federal Register in broad 
generic terms in the belief that this is all that subsection (e)(4)(I) 
of the Act requires. In the event, however, that this subsection should 
be interpreted to require more detail as to the identity of sources of 
the records in this system, exemption from this provision is necessary 
in order to protect the confidentiality of the sources of civil law 
enforcement information. Such exemption is further necessary to protect 
the privacy and physical safety of witnesses and informants.
  (6) Subsection (f). Procedures for notice to an individual pursuant to 
subsection (f)(1) as to existence of records pertaining to the 
individual dealing with an actual or potential criminal, civil, or 
regulatory investigation or prosecution must be exempted because such 
notice to an individual would be detrimental to the successful conduct 
and/or completion of an investigation or case, pending or future. In 
addition, mere notice of the fact of an investigation could inform the 
subject or others that their activities are under or may become the 
subject of an investigation and could enable the subjects to avoid 
detection, to influence witnesses improperly, to destroy evidence, or to 
fabricate testimony. Since an exemption is being claimed for subsection 
(d) of the Act (Access to Records), the rules required pursuant to 
subsections (f)(2) through (5) are inapplicable to these systems of 
records to the extent that these systems of records are exempted from 
subsection (d).

   Sec. 71.53  Specific exemptions pursuant to subsection (k)(5) of the 
   Privacy Act.

  (a) The following systems of records are eligible for exemption under 
5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(5) because they contain investigatory material compiled 
solely for the purpose of determining suitability, eligibility, or 
qualifications for Federal civilian employment, military service, 
Federal contracts, or access to classified information, but only to the 
extent that the disclosure of such material would reveal the identity of 
a source who furnished information to the Government under an express 
promise that the identity of the source would be held in confidence, or, 
prior to January 1, 1975 , under an implied promise that the identity of 
the source would be held in confidence. Accordingly, these systems of 
records are exempt from (c)(3), (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3), (d)(4), (e)(1), 
(e)(4)(G), (e)(4)(I) and (f) of 5 U.S.C. 552a.
  (1) DOL/OASAM-20 (Personnel Investigation Records), a system of 
records maintained by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
Administration and Management (OASAM).
  (2) DOL/OIG-1 (General Investigative Files, and Subject Title Index, 
USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by the Office of the 
Inspector General (OIG).
  (3) DOL/OIG-2 (Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts Records), a system 
of records maintained by the OIG.
  (4) DOL/OIG-3 (Case Development Records), a system of records 
maintained by the OIG.
  (5) DOL/OIG-5 (Investigative Case Tracking Systems/Audit Information 
Reporting Systems, USDOL/OIG), a system of records maintained by the 
OIG.
  (b) This exemption applies to the extent that information in these 
systems is subject to exemption pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(k)(5).
  (c) The systems of records listed under paragraphs (a)(1) through 
(a)(5) of this section are exempted for the reasons set forth in 
paragraphs (c)(1) through (6) of this section, from the following 
subsections of 5 U.S.C. 552a:
  (1) Subsection (c)(3). The release of the disclosure accounting, for 
disclosures made pursuant to subsection (b) of the Act, including those 
permitted under the routine uses published for this system of records, 
would enable the subject of an investigation of an actual or potential 
civil case to determine whether he or she is the subject of 
investigation, to obtain valuable information concerning the nature of 
that investigation and the information obtained, and to determine the 
identity of witnesses or informants. Such access to investigative 
information would, accordingly, present a serious impediment to the 
investigation. In addition, disclosure of the accounting would 
constitute notice to the individual of the existence of a record even 
though such notice requirement under subsection (f)(1) is specifically 
exempted for this system of records.
  (2) Subsections (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3), and (d)(4). Access to the 
records contained in these systems would inform the subject of an actual 
or potential investigation of the existence of that investigation, of 
the nature and scope of the information and evidence obtained as to his 
or her activities, and of the identity of witnesses or informants. Such 
access would, accordingly, provide information that could enable the 
subject to avoid detection. This result, therefore, would constitute a 
serious impediment to effective investigation not only because it would 
prevent the successful completion of the investigation but also because 
it could endanger the physical safety of witnesses or informants, lead 
to the improper influencing of witnesses, the destruction of evidence, 
or the fabrication of testimony.
  (3) Subsection (e)(1). The notices for these systems of records 
published in the Federal Register set forth the basic statutory or 
related authority for maintenance of this system. However, in the course 
of civil and related investigations, cases and matters, the agency will 
occasionally obtain information concerning actual or potential 
violations of law that are not strictly or technically within its 
statutory or other authority or may compile information in the course of 
an investigation which may not be relevant to a specific case. In the 
interests of effective investigation, it is necessary to retain some or 
all of such information in these systems of records since it can aid in 
establishing patterns of compliance and can provide valuable leads for 
Federal and other law enforcement agencies. Moreover, it is difficult to 
know during the course of an investigation what is relevant and 
necessary. In this connection, facts or evidence may not seem relevant 
at first, but later in the investigation, their relevance is borne out.
  (4) Subsections (e)(4)(G) and (H). Since an exemption is being claimed 
for subsections (f) (Agency Rules) and (d) (Access to Records) of the 
Act, these subsections are inapplicable to the extent that these systems 
of records are exempted from subsections (f) and (d).
  (5) Subsection (e)(4)(I). The categories of sources of the records in 
these systems have been published in the Federal Register in broad 
generic terms in the belief that this is all that subsection (e)(4)(I) 
of the Act requires. In the event, however, that this subsection should 
be interpreted to require more detail as to the identity of sources of 
the records in this system, exemption from this provision is necessary 
in order to protect the confidentiality of the sources of investigatory 
information. Such exemption is further necessary to protect the privacy 
and physical safety of witnesses and informants.
  (6) Subsection (f). Procedures for notice to an individual pursuant to 
subsection (f)(1) as to existence of records pertaining to the 
individual dealing with an actual or potential investigation must be 
exempted because such notice to an individual would be detrimental to 
the successful conduct and/or completion of an investigation or case, 
pending or future. In addition, mere notice of the fact of an 
investigation could inform the subject or others that their activities 
are under or may become the subject of an investigation and could enable 
the subjects to avoid detection, to influence witnesses improperly, to 
destroy evidence, or to fabricate testimony. Since an exemption is being 
claimed for subsection (d) of the Act (Access to Records), the rules 
required pursuant to subsections (f)(2) through (5) are inapplicable to 
these systems of records to the extent that these systems of records are 
exempted from subsection (d).

Appendix A to Part 71--Responsible Officials

  (a)(1) The titles of the responsible officials of the various 
independent agencies in the Department of Labor are listed below. This 
list is provided for information and to assist requesters in locating 
the office most likely to have responsive records. The officials may be 
changed by appropriate designation. Unless otherwise specified, the 
mailing addresses of the officials shall be: U.S. Department of Labor, 
200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20210-0002.

Secretary of Labor, Attention: Assistant Secretary for Administration 
    and Management (OASAM)
Deputy Solicitor, Office of the Solicitor
Chief Administrative Law Judge, Office of the Administrative Law Judges 
    (OALJs)
Legal Counsel (OALJs)
Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM)
Director, Business Operations Center, OASAM
Director, Civil Rights Center, OASAM
Director, Human Resources Center, OASAM
Director, Information Technology Center, OASAM
Director, Worklife Center, OASAM
Director, Reinvention Center, OASAM
Director, Safety and Health Center, OASAM
Director, Conference and Services Center, OASAM
Chief Financial Officer, Office of the Chief Financial Officer
Associate Deputy Secretary for Adjudication
Chairperson, Administrative Review Board (ARB)
Chief Administrative Appeals Judge, Benefits Review Board (BRB)
Chairperson, Employees' Compensation Appeals Board (ECAB)
Executive Director, Office of Adjudicatory Services (OAS)
Director, Office of Small Business Programs
Director, Women's Bureau
Assistant Secretary Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental 
    Affairs (OCIA)
Deputy Assistant Secretary, OCIA
Assistant Secretary for Policy (ASP)
Deputy Assistant Secretary, ASP
Assistant Secretary, Office of Public Affairs (OPA)
Deputy Assistant Secretary, OPA
Disclosure Officer, Office of the Inspector General (OIG)
Director, Office of Management, Administration and Planning Bureau of 
    International Labor Affairs (ILAB)
Secretary, U.S. National Administrative Office (USNAO)
Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards, Employment Standards
Administration (ESA)
Director, Office of Management,
Administration and Planning (OMAP), ESA
Director, Equal Employment Opportunity Unit, ESA
Director, Office of Public Affairs, OMAP, ESA
Director, Division of Human Resources Management, OMAP, ESA
Director, Division of Legislative and Regulatory Analysis, OMAP, ESA
Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP), ESA
Special Assistant to the Director, OWCP, ESA
Director for Federal Employees' Compensation, OWCP, ESA
Director for Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation, OWCP, ESA
Director for Coal Mine Workers' Compensation, OWCP, ESA
Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, ESA
Deputy Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, ESA
National Office Program Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, ESA
Deputy National Office Program Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, 
    ESA
Director, Office of Enforcement Policy, Wage and Hour Division, ESA
Deputy Director, Office of Enforcement Policy, Wage and Hour Division, 
    ESA
Director, Office of Planning and Analysis, Wage and Hour Division ESA
Director, Office of Wage Determinations, Wage and Hour Division ESA
Director, Office of External Affairs, Wage and Hour Division, ESA
Director, Office of Quality and Human Resources, Wage and Hour Division, 
    ESA
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Federal Contract Compliance Programs 
    (OFCCP), ESA
Deputy Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, OFCCP, 
    ESA
Director, Division of Policy, Planning and Program Development, OFCCP, 
    ESA
Deputy Director, Division of Policy, Planning and Program Development, 
    OFCCP, ESA
Director, Division of Program Operations, OFCCP, ESA
Deputy Director, Division of Program Operations, OFCCP, ESA
Director, Division of Management and Administrative Programs, OFCCP, ESA
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Labor-Management Standards, ESA
Assistant Secretary of Labor, Employment and Training Administration 
    (ETA)
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor, Employment and Training 
    Administration (ETA)
Administrator, Office of Financial and Administrative Management, ETA
Director, Office of Management, Information, and Support, ETA
Director, Office of Human Resources, ETA
Director, Office of the Comptroller, ETA
Director, Office of Grants and Contracts Management, ETA
Chief, Division of Resolution and Appeals, ETA
Chief, Division of Acquisition and Assistance, ETA
Chief, Division of Financial and Grant Management Policy and Review, ETA
Director, Office of Regional Management, ETA
Administrator, Office of Policy and Research, ETA
Director, Unemployment Insurance Service, ETA
Director, United States Employment Service, ETA
Chief, Division of Foreign Labor Certifications, ETA
Administrator, Office of Job Training Programs, ETA
Director, Office of Welfare-to-Work Programs, ETA
Director, Office of Employment and Training Programs, ETA
Director, National Office of School to Work Opportunities, ETA
Director, Office of Job Corps, ETA
Director, Office of National Programs, ETA
Director, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, ETA
Administrator, Office of Work-Based Learning, ETA
Program Manager, Division of Policy and Analysis, Office of Worker 
    Retraining and Adjustment Programs, ETA
Program Manager, Division of Program Implementation, Office of Worker 
    Retraining and Adjustment Programs, ETA
Director, Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance, ETA
Director, Office of One-Stop/LMI, ETA
Director, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Occupational Safety 
    and Health Administration (OSHA)
Director, Office of Information and Consumer Affairs, OSHA
Director, Directorate Office of Construction, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Federal-State Operations, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Policy, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Administrative Programs, OSHA
Director, Personnel Programs, OSHA
Director, Office of Administrative Services, OSHA
Director, Office of Management Data Systems, OSHA
Director, Office of Management Systems and Organization, OSHA
Director, Office of Program Budgeting, Planning and Financial 
    Management, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Compliance Programs, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Technical Support, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Safety Standards Programs, OSHA
Director, Directorate of Health Standards Programs, OSHA
Director, Office of Statistics, OSHA
Director, Office of Program Services, Pension and Welfare Benefits 
    Administration
Assistant Secretary for Veterans' Employment and Training (VETS)
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Veterans' Employment and Training, VETS
Director, Office of Operations and Programs, VETS
Chair, Benefits Review Board
Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Associate Commissioner, Office of Administration, BLS

  The mailing address for responsible officials in the Bureau of Labor 
Statistics is: Rm. 4040--Postal Square Bldg., 2 Massachusetts Ave., NE, 
Washington, DC 20212-0001.

Director of Program Evaluation and Information Resources Mine Safety and 
    Health Administration (MSHA)

  The mailing address for responsible official in the Mine Safety and 
Health Administration (MSHA) is: 4015 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, 
Virginia 22203.
  The mailing address for the Office of Administrative Law Judges is: 
Chief, Office of Administrative Law Judges, 800 K Street, NW, Suite N-
400, Washington, DC 20001-8002.
  (2) The titles of the responsible officials in the regional offices of 
the various independent agencies are listed below: Unless otherwise 
specified, the mailing address for these officials by region, shall be:

Region I

U.S. Department of Labor, John F. Kennedy Federal Building, Boston, 
    Massachusetts 02203 (For Wage and Hour only: Contact Region III)

  In Region I, Only, the mailing address for OSHA is:

133 Portland Street, 1st Floor, Boston, Massachusetts 02114

Region II

201 Varick Street, New York, New York 10014, (For Wage and Hour only: 
    Contact Region III)

Region III

Gateway Building, 3535 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

Region IV

U.S. Department of Labor, Atlanta Federal Center, 61 Forsyth Street, SW, 
    Atlanta, Georgia 30303
214 N. Hogan Street, Suite 1006, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 (OWCP Only)

Region V

Kluczynski Federal Building, 230 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, 
    Illinois 60604
1240 East Ninth Street, Room 851, Cleveland, Ohio 44199 (FEC only)

Region VI

525 Griffin Square Building, Griffin & Young Streets, Dallas, Texas 
    75202

Region VII

City Center Square Building, 1100 Main Street, Kansas City, Missouri 
    64105-2112 (For Wage and Hour only: Contact Region V)
801 Walnut Street, Room 200, Kansas City, Missouri 64106 (OFCCP only)

Region VIII

1999 Broadway Street, Denver, Colorado 80202 (For Wage and Hour only: 
    Contact Region VI)
1801 California Street, Suite 915, Denver, Colorado 80202 (OWCP only)

  The mailing address for the Director of the Regional Bureau of 
Apprentice and Training in Region VIII is: Room 465, U.S. Custom House, 
721--19th Street, Denver, CO 80202

Region IX

71 Stevenson Street, San Francisco, California 94105

Region X

1111 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101-3212 (For Wage and Hour 
    only: Contact Region IX)

Regional Administrator for Administration and Management (OASAM)
Regional Personnel Officer, OASAM
Regional Director for Information and Public Affairs, OASAM
Regional Administrator for Occupational Safety and Health and Safety 
    (OSHA)
Regional Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Regional Administrator for Employment and Training Administration (ETA)
Regional Director, Job Corps, ETA
Director, Regional Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, ETA
Regional Management Analyst, ETA-Atlanta, Georgia
Regional Administrator for Wage and Hour, ESA
Regional Director for Federal Contract Compliance Programs, ESA
Regional Director for the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, ESA
District Director, Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, ESA

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs ESA, Responsible Offices, 
Regional Offices

JFK Federal Building, Room E-235, Boston, Massachusetts 02203
201 Varick Street, Room 750, New York, New York 10014
Gateway Building, Room 15340, 3535 Market Street, Philadelphia, 
    Pennsylvania 19104
61 Forsyth Street, SW, Suite 7B75, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Klucynski Federal Building, Room 570, 230 South Dearborn Street, 
    Chicago, Illinois 60604
Federal Building, Room 840, 525 South Griffin Street, Dallas, Texas 
    75202
71 Stevenson Street, Suite 1700, San Francisco, California 94105-2614
1111 Third Avenue, Suite 610, Seattle, Washington 98101-3212

Office of Workers' Compensation Programs ESA, Responsible Officials, 
District Directors

John F. Kennedy, Federal Building, Boston, Massachusetts 02203 (FECA and 
    LHWCA Only)
201 Varick Street, Seventh Floor, New York, New York 10014 (FECA and 
    LHWCA only)
3535 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 (FECA and LHWCA 
    only)
Penn Traffic Building, 319 Washington Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 
    15901 (BLBA only)
105 North Main Street, Suite 100, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701 (BLBA 
    Only)
Wellington Square, 1225 South Main Street, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 
    15601 (BLBA only)
300 West Pratt Street, Suite 240, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 (LHWCA Only)
Federal Building, 200 Granby Mall, Room #212, Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
    (LHWCA only)
2 Hale Street, Suite 304, Charleston, West Virginia 25301 (BLBA Only)
609 Market Street, Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101 (BLBA Only)
800 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20211 (FECA Only)
1200 Upshur Street, NW, Washington, DC 20210 (DCCA Only)
334 Main Street, Fifth Floor, Pikeville, Kentucky 41501 (BLBA only)
500 Springdale Plaza,
Spring Street, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 40353 (BLBA Only)
214 N. Hogan Street, 10th Floor, Jacksonville, Florida 32201 (FECA and 
    LHWCA only)
230 South Dearborn Street, 8th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60604 (FECA and 
    LHWCA)
1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44199 (FECA Only)
274 Marconi Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215 (BLBA Only)
525 Griffin Street, Federal Building, Dallas, Texas 75202 (FECA Only)
701 Loyola Avenue, Room 13032, New Orleans, Louisiana 70113 (LHWCA Only)
8866 Gulf Freeway, Suite 140, Houston, Texas 77017 (LHWCA Only)
City Center Square, Suite 750, 1100 Main Street, Kansas City, Missouri 
    64105 (FECA Only)
1801 California Street, Denver, Colorado 80202 (FECA and BLBA Only)
71 Stevenson Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, California 94105 (LHWCA 
    and FECA Only)
401 E. Ocean Boulevard, Suite 720, Long Beach, California 90802 (LHWCA 
    Only)
300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 5119, Honolulu, Hawaii 96850 (LHWCA Only)
1111 3rd Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101-3212 (LHWCA and FECA only)

Regional Administrator, Occupational Safety and Health Administration 
(OSHA)

Area Director, OSHA

639 Granite Street, 4th Floor, Braintree, Massachusetts 02184
279 Pleasant Street, Suite 201, Concord, New Hampshire 03301
202 Harlow Street, Room 211, Bangor, Maine 04401
Federal Office Building, 450 Main Street, Room 508, Hartford, 
    Connecticut 06103
One LaFayette Square, Suite 202, Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
1145 Main Street, Room 108, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103-1493
Federal Office Building, 380 Westminister Mall, Room 243, Providence, 
    Rhode Island 02903
Valley Office Park, 13 Branch Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 01844
6 World Trade Center, Room 881, New York, New York 10048
990 Westbury Road, Westbury, New York 11590
42-40 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, New York 11361
401 New Karner Road, Suite 300, Albany, New York 12205-3809
Plaza 35, Suite 205, 1030 St. Georges Avenue, Avenel, New Jersey 07001
299 Cherry Hill Road, Suite 304, Parsippany, New Jersey 07054
3300 Vikery Road, North Syracuse, New York 13212
5360 Genesee Street, Bowmansville, New York 14026
BBV Plaza Building, 1510 F.D. Roosevelt Avenue, Suite 5B, Guaynabo, 
    Puerto Rico 00968
500 Route 17 South, 2nd Floor, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey 07604
Marlton Executive Park, Building 2, Suite 120, 701 Route 73 South, 
    Marlton, New Jersey 08053
660 White Plains Road, 4th Floor, Tarrytown, New York 10591-5107
US Custom House, Room 242, Second & Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 
    Pennsylvania 19106
One Rodney Square, Suite 402, 920 King Street, Wilmington, Delaware 
    19801
Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Room 1428, Pittsburgh, 
    Pennsylvania 15222
3939 West Ridge Road, Suite B12, Erie, Pennsylvania 16506
Federal Office Building, 200 Granby Street, Room 835, Norfolk, Virginia 
    23510
820 First Street, NE, Suite 440, Washington, DC 20002
20 North Pennsylvania Avenue, Penn Place, Room 2005, Wilkes-Barre, 
    Pennsylvania 18701-3590
850 North 5th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102
550 Eagan Street, Room 206, Charleston, West Virginia 25301
Federal Building, Room 1110, 300 W. Pratt St., Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Progress Plaza, 49 Progress Avenue, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109
2400 Herodian Way, Suite 250, Smyrna, Georgia 30080
450 Mall Boulevard, Suite J, Savannah, Georgia 31406
Todd Mall, 2047 Canyon Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35216
8040 Peters Road, Building H-100, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33324
Ribault Building, Suite 227, 1851 Executive Center Drive, Jacksonville, 
    Florida 32207
5807 Breckenridge Parkway, Suite A, Tampa, Florida 33610
1835 Assembly Street, Room 1468, Columbia, South Carolina 29201
3780 I-55 North, Suite 210, Jackson, Mississippi 39211-6323
3737 Government Boulevard, Suite 100, Mobile, Alabama 36693
2002 Richard Jones Road, Suite C-205, Nashville, Tennessee 37215
John C. Watts Federal Building, 330 West Broadway, Room 108, Frankfort, 
    Kentucky 40601
La Vista Perimeter Office Park, 2183 N. Lake Parkway, Building 7, Suite 
    110, Tucker, Georgia 30084
Century Station Federal Office Building, 300 Fayetteville Mall, Room 
    438, Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
1600 167th Street, Suite 9, Calumet City, Illinois 60409
O'Hara Lake Plaza, 2360 East Devon Avenue, Suite 1010, Des Plaines, 
    Illinois 60018
344 Smoke Tree Business Park, North Aurora, Illinois 60542
Federal Office Building, 1240 East 9th Street, Room 899, Cleveland, Ohio 
    44199
Federal Office Building, 200 N. High Street, Room 620, Columbus, Ohio 
    43215
US P.O. & Courthouse Building, 46 East Ohio Street, Room 423, 
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
36 Triangle Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
2618 North Ballard Road, Appleton, Wisconsin 54915
Henry S. Reuss Building, Room 1180, 310 West Wisconsin Avenue, 
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
110 South 4th Street, Suite 1220, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401
234 North Summit Street, Room 734, Toledo, Ohio 43604
801 South Waverly Road, Suite 306, Lansing, Michigan 48917-4200
4802 East Broadway, Madison, Wisconsin 53716
2918 W. Willow Knolls Road, Peoria, Illinois 61614
8344 East R.L. Thornton Freeway, Suite 420, Dallas, Texas 75228
903 San Jacinto Boulevard, Suite 319, Austin, Texas 78701
Westbank Building, Suite 820, 505 Marquette Avenue, NW, Albuquerque, New 
    Mexico 87102
2156 Wooddale Boulevard, Hoover Annex, Suite 200, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
    70806
Wilson Plaza, 606 N. Carancahua, Suite 700, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
Federal Office Building, 1205 Texas Avenue, Room 806, Lubbock, Texas 
    79401
350 North Sam Houston Parkway East, Suite 120, Houston, Texas 77060
17625 El Camino Real, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77058
420 West Main Place, Suite 300, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
North Starr II, Suite 430, 8713 Airport Freeway, Fort Worth, Texas 
    76180-7604
TCBY Building, Suite 450, 425 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas 
    72201
4171 North Mesa Street, Room C119, El Paso, Texas 79902
6200 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 100, Kansas City, Missouri 64120
911 Washington Avenue, Room 420, St. Louis, Missouri 63101
210 Walnut Street, Room 815, Des Moines, Iowa 50309
300 Epic Center, 301 North Main, Wichita, Kansas 67202
Overland--Wolf Building, Room 100, 6910 Pacific Street, Omaha, Nebraska 
    68106
8600 Farley, Suite 105, Overland Park, Kansas 66212-4677
2900 Fourth Avenue, North, Suite 303, Billings, Montana 59101
220 E. Rosser, Room 348, P.O. Box 2439, Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
7935 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 209, Englewood, Colorado 80011-2714
1391 Speer Boulevard, Suite 210, Denver, Colorado 80204
1781 South 300 West, P.O. Box 65200, Salt Lake City, Utah 84165-0200
71 Stevenson Street, Room 420, San Francisco, California 94105
101 El Camino Plaza, Suite 105, Sacramento, California 95815
5675 Ruffin Road, Suite 330, San Diego, California 92123
300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 5122, P.O. Box 50072, Honolulu, Hawaii 
    96850
3221 North 16th Street, Suite 100, Phoenix, Arizona 85016
705 North Plaza, Room 204, Carson City, Nevada 89701
301 West Northern Lights Boulevard, Suite 407, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
3050 North Lakeharbor Lane, Suite 134, Boise, Idaho 83703
505 106th Avenue, Northeast, Suite 302, Belleview, Washington 98004
1220 Southwest Third Avenue, Room 640, Portland, Oregon 97204

Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration Regional Director or 
District Supervisor

Regional Director, J.F.K. Federal Bldg., Room 575, Boston, Massachusetts 
    22203
Regional Director, 1633 Broadway, Rm. 226, New York, N.Y. 10019
Regional Director, 3535 Market Street, Room M300, Gateway Building, 
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
District Supervisor, 1730 K Street N.W., Suite 556, Washington, DC 20006
Regional Director, 61 Forsyth Street, S.W., Room 7B54, Atlanta, Georgia 
    30303
District Supervisor, 8040 Peters Road, Building H, Suite 104, 
    Plantation, Florida 33324
Regional Director, 1885 Dixie Highway, Suite 210, Ft. Wright, Kentucky 
    41011
District Supervisor, 211 West Fort Street, Suite 1310, Detroit, Michigan 
    48226-3211
Regional Director, 200 West Adams Street, Suite 1600, Chicago, Illinois 
    60606
Regional Director, City Center Square, 1100 Main Street, Suite 1200, 
    Kansas City, Missouri 64105
District Supervisor, 815 Olive Street, Room 338, St. Louis, Missouri 
    63101
Regional Director, 525 Griffin Street, Room 707, Dallas, Texas 75202
Regional Director, 71 Stevenson Street, Suite 915, P.O. Box 190250, San 
    Francisco, California 94119-0250
District Director, 1111 Third Avenue, Room 860, Seattle, Washington 
    98101-3212
Regional Director, Suite 514, 790 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101

Regional Administrators, Veterans' Employment and Training Service 
(VETS)

Region I

J.F. Kennedy Federal Building, Government Center, Room E-315, Boston, 
    Massachusetts 02203

Region II

201 Varick Street, Room 766, New York, New York 10014

Region III

U.S. Customs House, Room 802, Second and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, 
    Pennsylvania 19106

Region IV

Atlanta Federal Center, 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Room 6T85, Atlanta, 
    Georgia 30303

Region V

230 South Dearborn, Room 1064, Chicago, Illinois 60604

Region VI

525 Griffin Street, Room 858, Dallas, Texas 75202

Region VII

Center City Square, 1100 Main Street, Suite 850, Kansas City, Missouri 
    64105-2112

Region VIII

1801 California Street, Suite 910, Denver, Colorado 80202-2614

Region IX

71 Stevenson Street, Suite 705, San Francisco, California 94105

Region X

1111 Third Avenue, Suite 800, Seattle, Washington 98101-3212