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<DOC> PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON EXECUTIVE EXCHANGE TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EDITORIAL NOTE Note: The President's Commission on Executive Exchange was abolished by Executive Order 12760 of May 2, 1991. PCPI--1 Executive Interchange Program Records <DOC> PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON EXECUTIVE EXCHANGE PCPI--1 System name: Executive Interchange Program Records--PCP. System location: President's Commission on Personnel Interchange. Room 1316 1900 E Street, NW. Washington, DC 20415 Categories of individuals covered by the system: Nominees and participants in Executive Interchange Program. Categories of records in the system: Nomination forms, nominee's biographical forms, personal qualifications statements (resumes), midyear and end-of-year evaluation forms, notice and acknowledgement of applicable conflict-of-interest provisions of law, miscellaneous correspondence. Authority for maintenance of the system: Executive Order 11451 of January 19, 1969. Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including categories of users and the purposes of such uses: Biographical information on nominees for Executive Interchange assignments is furnished to private and public sector organizations which provide assignments and otherwise participate in the Executive Interchange Program. Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, retaining, and disposing of records in the system: Storage: The records are maintained in the file folders. Retrievability: Records are indexed and retrievable by name. Safeguards: Records are maintained in filing cabinets in a secured office and are available only to personnel authorized by the Commission on Personnel Interchange. Retention and disposal: Records pertaining to Executives are retained in the offices of PCPI for three (3) years and then forwarded to the Federal Records Center at Suitland, Maryland where they are stored indefinitely. Records on nominees who do not receive Executive assignments are immediately forwarded to the records center. System manager(s) and address: Barbara Otis Assistant Director for Administration President's Commission on Personnel Interchange Room 1316 1900 E Street, NW Washington, DC 20415 Notification procedure: An individual may be notified whether the systems of records contains a record pertaining to him by furnishing the following information: (1) Full name. (2) Date of birth. Record access procedures: Information on the procedures for gaining access to and contesting the records may be obtained through the system manager and at the address indicated above. Contesting record procedures: Same as the above. Record source categories: Nominees for Executive Interchange assignments, nominating officials, private and public sector host organizations, and supervisory personnel at host organizations.
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