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<DOC> DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE How Systems of Records are Arranged In the Air Force, records are grouped by subject series. Each series has records about a specific activity or function to which a subject title and number is given. Systems of records are grouped in the same way. For example, a system of records on personnel security clearances may be found in `Security - 205,' and one about psychiatry in `Medical Service - 160'. These numbers are part of the system identification which precede the notices. They look like this: F205 AF SP A or F160 ARPC A. The letter `F' means Air Force. The first three digits (205 and 160) show that the records pertain to Security and the Medical Service respectively. The letters that follow indicate to whom the system applies and or the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR). For example, F205 AF SP A AF indicates that this is an Air Force-wide system, with SP denoting Security Police as the OPR. The last alpha designation is for internal management control. In the records system F160 ARPC A ARPC indicates that this is an Air Reserve Personnel Center (ARPC) system and applies to Reserve personnel only. Using the Index Guide The systems of records maintained by the Air Force are contained within the subject series that are listed below. This list identifies each series in the order in which it appears in this issuance. Use the list to identify subject areas of interest. Having done so, use the series number (for example 205 for Security) to locate the systems of records grouping in which you are interested. System Identification Series Subject Series Administrative Communications 010 Administrative Practices 011 Air Force Records Management Program 012 Personnel 030 Military Personnel 035 Civilian Personnel 040 Reserve Forces 045 Training 050 Flying Training 051 Schools 053 Flying 060 Equipment Maintenance 066 Supply 067 Contracting and Acquisition 070 Transportation and Traffic Management 075 Military Airlift 076 Research and Development 080 Housing 090 Judge Advocate General 110 Military Justice 111 Inspector General 120 Inspection 123 Special Investigations 124 Security Police 125 Safety 127 Medical Service 160 Aerospace Medicine 161 Dental Services 162 Medical Administration 168 Auditing 175 Non-Appropriated Funds 176 Accounting and Finance 177 Cost and Management Analysis 178 Public Affairs 190 Intelligence 200 Security 205 Historical Data and Properties 210 Education Services Program 213 Morale, Welfare, and Recreation 215 Chaplain 265 Awards, Ceremonies, and Honors REQUESTING RECORDS Records are retrieved by name or by some other personal identifier. It is therefore especially important for expeditious service when requesting a record that particular attention be provided to the Notification and/or Access Procedures of the particular record system involved so as to furnish the required personal identifiers, or any other pertinent personal information as may be required to locate and retrieve the record. BLANKET ROUTINE USES Certain `blanket routine uses' of the records have been established that are applicable to every record system maintained within the Department of Defense unless specifically stated otherwise within a particular record system. These additional blanket routine uses of the records are published below only once in the interest of simplicity, economy and to avoid redundancy. LAW ENFORCEMENT ROUTINE USE In the event that a system of records maintained by this component to carry out its functions indicates a violation or potential violation of law, whether civil, criminal or regulatory in nature, and whether arising by general statute or by regulation, rule or order issued pursuant thereto, the relevant records in the system of records 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. DISCLOSURE WHEN REQUESTING INFORMATION ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed as a routine use to a Federal, state, or local agency maintaining civil, criminal, or other relevant enforcement information or other pertinent information, such as current licenses, if necessary to obtain information relevant to a component decision concerning the hiring or retention of an employee, the issuance of a security clearance, the letting of a contract, or the issuance of a license, grant or other benefit. DISCLOSURE OF REQUESTED INFORMATION ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed to a Federal agency, in response to its request, in connection with the hiring or retention of an employee, the issuance of a security clearance, the reporting of an investigation of an employee, 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. CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRIES ROUTINE USE Disclosure from a system of records maintained by this component may be made to a Congressional office from the record of an individual in response to an inquiry from the Congressional office made at the request of that individual. PRIVATE RELIEF LEGISLATION ROUTINE USE Relevant information contained in all systems of records of the Department of Defense published on or before August 22, 1975, may be disclosed to the Office of Management and Budget in connection with the review of private relief legislation as set forth in OMB Circular A-19 at any stage of the legislative coordination and clearance process as set forth in that Circular. DISCLOSURES REQUIRED BY INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed to foreign law enforcement, security, investigatory, or administrative authorities in order to comply with requirements imposed by, or to claim rights conferred in, international agreements and arrangements including those regulating the stationing and status in foreign countries of Department of Defense military and civilian personnel. DISCLOSURE TO STATE AND LOCAL TAXING AUTHORITIES ROUTINE USE Any information normally contained in IRS Form W-2 which is maintained in a record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed to state and local taxing authorities with which the Secretary of the Treasury has entered into agreements pursuant to Title 5, U.S. Code, Sections 5516, 5517, 5520, and only to those state and local taxing authorities for which an employee or military member is or was subject to tax regardless of whether tax is or was withheld. This routine use is in accordance with Treasury Fiscal Requirements Manual Bulletin Number 76-07. DISCLOSURE TO THE OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records subject to the Privacy Act and maintained by this component may be disclosed to the Office of Personnel Management concerning information on pay and leave, benefits, retirement deductions, and any other information necessary for the Office of Personnel Management to carry out its legally authorized Government-wide personnel management functions and studies. DISCLOSURE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FOR LITIGATION ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed as a routine use to any component of the Department of Justice for the purpose of representing the Department of Defense, or any officer, employee or member of the Department in pending or potential litigation to which the record is pertinent. DISCLOSURE TO MILITARY BANKING FACILITIES OVERSEAS ROUTINE USE Information as to current military addresses and assignments may be provided to military banking facilities who provide banking services overseas and who are reimbursed by the Government for certain checking and loan losses. For personnel separated, discharged, or retired from the Armed Forces, information as to last known residential or home of record address may be provided to the military banking facility upon certification by a banking facility officer that the facility has a returned or dishonored check negotiated by the individual or the individual has defaulted on a loan and that if restitution is not made by the individual, the U.S. Government will be liable for the losses the facility may incur. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION TO THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed as a routine use to the General Services Administration for the purpose of records management inspections conducted under authority of 44 U.S.C. 2904 and 2906. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION TO THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION ROUTINE USE A record from a system of records maintained by this component may be disclosed as a routine use to the National Archives and Records Administration for the purpose of records management inspections conducted under authority of 44 U.S.C. 2904 and 2906.
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