PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968
(2) which occupy space urgently needed for military purposes and are, in his opinion, without sufficient administrative, legal* research, or other value to warrant their continued preservation. Within six months after their disposal, the official who directed the disposal shall submit a written report to the Administrator of General Services in which he shall describe the character of the records and state when and where he disposed of them. §3312. Photographs or microphotographs of records considered as originals; certified reproductions admissible in evidence Photographs or microphotographs of records made in compliance with regulations under section 3302 of this title shall have the same effect as the originals and shall be treated as originals for the purpose of their admissibility in evidence. Certified or authenticated reproductions of the photographs or microphotographs shall be admitted in evidence equally with the original photographs or microphotographs. § 3313. Moneys from sale of records payable into the Treasury Moneys derived by agencies of the Government from t\ui sale of records disposed of under this chapter shall be paid into the Treasury of the United States unless otherwise required by law. §3314. Procedures for disposal of records exclusive The procedures prescribed by this chapter are exclusive, and records of the United States Government may not be alienated or destroyed except under this chapter.
CHAPTER 35—COORDINATION OF FEDERAL REPORTING SERVICES Sec.
3501. 3502. 3503. 3504. 3505. 3506. .3.')07. 3508.
Information for Federal agencies. Definitions. Duties of Director of the Bureau of the Budget. Designation of central collection agency. Independent collection by an agency prohibited, Determination of necessity for information; hearing. Cooperation of agencies in making information available. Unlawful disclosure of information; penalties; release of information to other agencies. 3509. Plans or forms for collecting information; submission to Director; approval. 3510. Rules and regulations. 3511. Penalty for failure to furnish information.
§ 3501. Information for Federal agencies Information needed by Federal agencies shall be obtained with a minimum burden upon business enterprises, especially small business enterprises, and other persons required to furnish the information, and at a minimum cost to the Government. Unnecessary duplication of efforts in obtaining information through the use of reports, questionnaires, and other methods shall be eliminated as rapidly as practicable. Information collected and tabulated by a Federal agency shall, as far as is expedient, be tabulated in a manner to maximize the usefulness of the information to other Federal agencies and the public. §3502. Definitions As used in this chapter— "Federal agency" means an executive department, commission, independent establishment, corporation owned or controlled by the United States, board, bureau, division, service, office, authority, or administration in the executive branch of the Government; but does not include the General Accounting Office nor the gov-