Department of Justice/Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison
TITLE: OIPL Filing System
ABSTRACT: The OIPL Filing System contains records of significant materials transmitted or received. Significant records are filed under relevant topical name(s) which may include geographic location, e.g. state; organization, e.g., National Association of Attorneys General, or topic, e.g., "narcotics." Formal correspondence transmitted from OIPL is also maintained in a chronological file to the extent that it is not otherwise part of the Department's Executive Secretariat CIMS system.
PURPOSE: To assist employees in rapidly locating relevant materials
ACCESS CONSTRAINTS: Access constraints are established by the law. OIPL does not impose any other access restraints. Examples of restraints imposed by the law can be found in the Privacy Act, Criminal Rule 6(e) and the Freedom of Information Act.
USE CONSTRAINTS: Fully dependent on the type of record.
AGENCY PROGRAM: OIPL is charged with developing and maintaining policy regarding the relationship of the Department's leadership with officials of state and local government and the advocacy groups which represent them.
SOURCES OF DATA: Fully dependent on material received and specific assignments of the Attorney General.
RESPONSIBLE OFFICE FOR DISTRIBUTING INFORMATION (if different from originator):
ORDER PROCESS: Requests for information should be submitted in writing to U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Information and Privacy, Rm. 570, FLAG Building.
OFFICE OF CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION (if different from originator):
DATE OF LAST MODIFICATION: 4/09