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   #.CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE


            Notice of System of Records--Preliminary Statement

       Corporation--when used in the notice refers to Corporation for 
   National and Community Service.
       AmeriCorps--when used in the notice refers to the Volunteers In 
   Service To America (VISTA) program, the National Civilian Community 
   Corps (NCCC) program, the Leaders program, or the state and national 
   program.
       Operating Units--The names of the operating units within the 
   Corporation to which a particular system of records pertains are 
   listed under the system manager and address section of each system 
   notice.
       Official Personnel Files--Official personnel files of Federal 
   employees in the General Schedule and the Corporation's Alternative 
   Personnel System, in the custody of the Corporation are considered 
   the property of the Office of Personnel Management. Access to such 
   files shall be in accordance with such notices published by OPM. 
   Access to such files in the custody of the Corporation will be 
   granted to individuals to whom such files pertain upon request to the 
   Corporation for National and Community Service, Director, Human 
   Resources, 1201 New York Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20525.
       Various offices in the Corporation maintain files which contain 
   copies of miscellaneous personnel material affecting Corporation 
   employees. These include copies of standard personnel forms, 
   evaluation forms, etc. These files are kept only for immediate office 
   reference and are considered by the Corporation to be part of the 
   personnel file system. The Corporation's internal policy provides 
   that such information is a part of the general personnel files and 
   can be disclosed only through the Director, Human Resources, in order 
   that he or she may ensure that any material be disclosed is relevant, 
   current, and fair to the individual employees. Also, it is the policy 
   of the Corporation to limit the use of such files and to encourage 
   the destruction of as many as possible.

                    Statement of General Routine Uses

       The following general routine uses are incorporated by this 
   reference into each system of records set forth herein, unless 
   specifically limited in the system description.
       1. In the event that a record in a system of records maintained 
   by the Corporation indicates, either by itself or in combination with 
   other information in the Corporation's possession, a violation or 
   potential violation of the law (whether civil, criminal, or 
   regulatory in nature, and whether arising by statute or by 
   regulation, rule or order issued pursuant thereto), that record may 
   be referred, as a routine use, to the appropriate agency, whether 
   Federal, state, local or foreign, charged with the responsibility of 
   investigating or prosecuting such violation, or charged with 
   enforcing or implementing the statute, rule, regulation, or order 
   issued pursuant thereto. Such referral shall include, and be deemed 
   to authorize: (1) Any and all appropriate and necessary uses of such 
   records in a court of law or before an administrative board or 
   hearing; and (2) such other interagency referrals as may be necessary 
   to carry out the receiving agencies' assigned law enforcement duties.
       2. A record may be disclosed as a routine use to designated 
   officers and employees of other agencies and departments of the 
   Federal government having an interest in the individual for 
   employment purposes including the hiring or retention of any 
   employee, the issuance of a security clearance, the letting of a 
   contract, or the issuance of a license, grant or other benefit by the 
   requesting agency, to the extent that the information is relevant and 
   necessary to the requesting agency's decision on the matter involved, 
   provided, however, that other than information furnished for the 
   issuance of authorized security clearances, information divulged 
   hereunder as to full-time volunteers under Title I of the Domestic 
   Volunteer Service Act of 1973, as amended (42 U.S.C. 4951), and the 
   National and Community Service Act of 1990, as amended, shall be 
   limited to the provision of dates of service and a standard 
   description of service as heretofore provided by the Corporation.
       3. A record may be disclosed as a routine use in the course of 
   presenting evidence to a court, magistrate or administrative tribunal 
   of appropriate jurisdiction and such disclosure may include 
   disclosures to opposing counsel in the course of settlement 
   negotiations.
       4. A record may be disclosed as a routine use to a member of 
   Congress, or staff acting upon the constituent's behalf, when the 
   member or staff requests the information on behalf of and at the 
   request of the individual who is the subject of the record.
       5. Information from certain systems of records, especially those 
   relating to applicants for Federal employment or volunteer service, 
   may be disclosed as a routine use to designated officers and 
   employees of other agencies of the Federal government for the purpose 
   of obtaining information as to suitability qualifications and loyalty 
   to the United States Government.
       6. Information from a system of records may be disclosed to any 
   source from which information is requested in the course of an 
   investigation to the extent necessary to identify the individual, 
   inform the source of the nature and purpose of the investigation, and 
   to identify the type of information requested.
       7. Information in any system of records may be used as a data 
   source, for management information, for the production of summary 
   descriptive statistics and analytical studies in support of the 
   function for which the records are collected and maintained, or for 
   related personnel management functions or manpower studies. 
   Information may also be disclosed to respond to general requests for 
   statistical information (without personal identification of 
   individuals) under the Freedom of Information Act.
       8. A record from any system of records may be disclosed as a 
   routine use of the National Archives and Records Administration in 
   records management inspections conducted under authority of 44 U.S.C. 
   2904 and 2906.
       9. A record may be disclosed to a Federal or state grand jury 
   agent pursuant to a Federal or state grand jury subpoena or 
   prosecution request that such record be released for the purpose of 
   its introduction to a grand jury.
       10. A record may be referred to suspension/debarment authorities, 
   internal to the Corporation, when the record released is germane to a 
   determination of the propriety or necessity for a suspension or 
   debarment action.
       11. A record may be disclosed to a contractor, grantee or other 
   recipient of Federal funds when the record to be released reflects 
   serious inadequacies with the recipient's personnel, and disclosure 
   of the record is for the purpose of permitting the recipient to 
   effect corrective action in the Government's best interests.
       12. A record may be disclosed to a contractor, grantee or other 
   recipient of Federal funds when the recipient has incurred an 
   indebtedness to the Government through its receipt of Government 
   funds, and release of the record is for the purpose of allowing the 
   debtor to effect a collection against a third party.
       13. Information in a system of records may be disclosed to 
   ``Consumer reporting agencies'' (as defined in the Fair Credit 
   Reporting Act, 14 U.S.C. 1681a(f), or the Federal Claims Collection 
   Act of 1966, 31 U.S.C. 3701(a)(3)), the U.S. Department of the 
   Treasury or other Federal agencies maintaining debt servicing 
   centers, and to private collection contractors as a routine use for 
   the purpose of collecting a debt owed to the Federal government as 
   provided in regulations promulgated by the Corporation.
       14. The names, social security numbers, home addresses, dates of 
   birth, dates of hire, quarterly earnings, employer identifying 
   information, and State of hire of employees may be disclosed to the: 
   (a) Office of Child Support Enforcement, Administration for Children 
   and Families, Department of Health and Human Services Federal Parent 
   Locator System (FPLS), and Federal Tax Offset System for use in 
   locating individuals and identifying their income sources to 
   establish paternity, establishing and modifying orders of child 
   support, identifying sources of income, and for other child support 
   enforcement action; (b) Office of Child Support Enforcement for 
   release to the Social Security Administration for verifying social 
   security numbers in connection with the operation of the FPLS by the 
   Office of Child Support Enforcement; and (c) Office of Child Support 
   Enforcement for release to the U.S. Department of the Treasury for 
   payroll and savings bonds and other deduction purposes, and for 
   purposes of administering the Earned Income Tax Credit Program 
   (Section 32, Internal Revenue Code of 1986), and verifying a claim 
   with respect to employment on a tax return, as required by the 
   Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 
   1996 (Pub. L. 104-193).
       15. A record may be disclosed as a routine use to a contractor, 
   expert, or consultant of the Corporation (or an office within the 
   Corporation) when the purpose of the release is in order to perform a 
   survey, audit, or other review of the Corporation's procedures and 
   operations.

          Locations of Corporation Service Centers/State Offices

       The Corporation maintains five Service Centers with State Offices 
   within their service areas. The Services Centers, their addresses, 
   and the States within their service areas are listed below. In the 
   event of any doubt as to whether a record is maintained in a Service 
   Center or State Office, a query should be directed to the address of 
   the Service Center Director for the appropriate state under their 
   jurisdiction where the volunteer performed their service as listed 
   below. The Service Center Director shall furnish all assistance 
   necessary to locate a specified record.

         Atlantic Service Center, 801 Arch Street, Suite 103, 
   Philadelphia, PA 19107-2416 (Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, 
   Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, 
   Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Virgin Islands).
         Southern Service Center, 60 Forsyth, Street SW, Suite. 3M40, 
   Atlanta, GA 30303-3201 (Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, 
   Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, 
   Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia).
         North Central Service Center, 77 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 442, 
   Chicago, IL 60604-3511 (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, 
   Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin).
         Southwest Service Center, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 2050, 
   Dallas, TX 75201 (Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, 
   Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas).
         Pacific Service Center, PO Box 29996, Building 386, Morgan 
   Avenue. Presidio of San Francisco, CA, 94129-09996 (Alaska, American 
   Samoa, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, 
   Utah, Washington, and Wyoming).

                               Notification

       Individuals may inquire whether any system of records contains 
   information pertaining to them by addressing the request to the 
   specific Records Liaison Officer for each file category in writing. 
   Such request should include the name and address of the individual, 
   his or her social security number, any relevant data concerning the 
   information sought, and, where possible, the place of assignment or 
   employment, etc. In case of any doubt as to which system contains a 
   record, interested individuals should contact the Corporation for 
   National and Community Service, Office of Administrative and 
   Management Services, Attn: Records Liaison Officer, 1201 New York 
   Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20525, which has overall supervision of 
   records systems and will provide assistance in locating and/or 
   identifying appropriate systems.

                            Access and Contest

       In response to a written request by an individual, the 
   appropriate Records Liaison Officer will arrange for access to the 
   requested record or advise the requester if no record exists. If an 
   individual wishes to contest the content of any record, he or she may 
   do so by addressing a written request to the State Program Director 
   in the state where the member performed their assigned duties. If the 
   State Program Director determines that a request to amend an 
   individual's record should be denied, the State Program Director 
   shall provide all necessary information regarding the request to the 
   Corporation's initial denial authority/Privacy Act Officer.

     Locations of Corporation AmeriCorps National Civilian Community 
                              Corps Campuses

       The Corporation maintains five AmeriCorps*National Civilian 
   Community Corps Campuses (NCCC) under its jurisdiction. The Campuses, 
   and their addresses are listed below. In the event there is any doubt 
   as to whether a record is maintained at a campus location, questions 
   should be directed to the address of the AmeriCorps*NCCC Regional 
   Campus Director for the appropriate campus location where the 
   volunteer performed their service as listed below. The Regional 
   Campus Director shall furnish all assistance necessary to locate a 
   specified record.

         AmeriCorps*NCCC Capitol Region Campus, 2 DC Village Lane, SW, 
   Washington, DC 20032.
         AmeriCorps*NCCC Northeast Campus, VA Medical Center, Building 
   15, Room 9, Perry Point, MD 21902-0027.
         AmeriCorps*NCCC Southeast Campus, 2231 South Hopson Avenue, 
   Charleston, S.C. 29405-2430.
         AmeriCorps*NCCC Central Campus, 1059 South Yosemite Street, 
   Bldg 758, Room 213, Aurora, CO 80010-6062.
         AmeriCorps*NCCC Western Campus, 2650 Truxtun Road, San Diego, 
   CA 92106-6001.

                            Access and Contest

       In response to a written request by an individual, the 
   appropriate Records Liaison Officer arranges for access to the 
   requested record or advises the requester if no record exists. If an 
   individual wishes to contest the content of any record, he or she may 
   do so by addressing a written request to the AmeriCorps*NCCC Regional 
   Campus Director, located at the pertinent address for each campus 
   location as listed above. If the Regional Campus Director determines 
   that a request to amend an individual's record should be denied, the 
   Regional Campus Director shall provide all necessary information 
   regarding the request to the Corporation's initial denial authority/
   Privacy Act Officer.

        Location of the Corporation AmeriCorps*VISTA Alumni Office

       The AmeriCorps*VISTA Alumni Office is located at the 
   Corporation's Headquarters in Washington, DC. This office maintains 
   an electronic history of former VISTA and AmeriCorps*VISTA members.

                               Notification

       Members may inquire whether this system of records contains 
   information pertaining to them by addressing their request to the 
   Corporation for National and Community Service, Attn: Alumni 
   Coordinator, 1201 New York Avenue, Washington, DC 20525, who has 
   overall supervision of this record system. Such request should 
   include the member's name, social security number, and approximate 
   dates of volunteer service.

                            Access and Contest

       In response to a written request by a member, the Alumni 
   Coordinator will arrange for access to the requested record or advise 
   the requester if no record exists. If an individual wishes to contest 
   the content of any record, he or she may do so by addressing a 
   written request to the Corporation for National and Community 
   Service, Attn: Alumni Coordinator, 1201 New York Avenue, Washington, 
   DC 20525. If the Alumni Coordinator determines that the request to 
   amend a member's record should be denied, the Alumni Coordinator 
   shall provide all necessary information regarding the request to the 
   Corporation's initial denial authority/Privacy Act Officer.

                       Listing of System of Records

       Momentum Financials Open Obligations and Automated 
                         Disbursement Files--Corporation-I
           Momentum Financials Accounts Receivable Files--
                                             Corporation-2
            Domestic Full-time Member Census Master File--
                                             Corporation-3
             AmeriCorps Full-time Member Personnel Files--

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