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PUBLIC LAW 102-526—OCT. 26, 1992 106 STAT. 3445 John F. Kennedy and the Commission on Central Intelligence Agency Activities in the United States; and (E) any other executive branch office or agency, and any independent agency. (6) "Identification aid" means the Mrritten description prepared for each record as required in section 4. (7) 'T^ational Archives means the National Archives and Records Administration and all components thereof, including Presidential archival depositories established under section 2112 of title 44, United States Code. (8) "Officisd investigation" means the reviews of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy conducted by any Presidential commission, any authorized congressional committee, and any Government agency either independently, at the request of any Presidential commission or congressional committee, or at the request of any Government official. (9) "Originating body" means the Executive agency, government commission, congressional committee, or other governmental entity l^at created a record or particular information within a record. (10) "Public interest" means the compelling interest in the prompt public disclosure of assassination records for historical and governmental purposes and for the purpose of fully informing the American people about the history siurounding the assassination of I'resident John F. Kennedy. (11) "Record" includes a book, paper, map, photograph, soimd or video recording, machine readable material, computerized, digitized, or electronic information, regardless of the medium on which it is stored, or other documentary material, regardless of its physical form or characteristics. (12) "Review Board" means the Assassination Records Review Board established by section 7. (13) "Third agency" means a Government agency that originated an assassination record that is in the possession of another agency. SEC. 4. PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY ASSASSINATION RECORDS COL- 44 USC 2107 LECnON AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS "ote. ADMINISTRATION. (a) IN GENERAL. —(1) Not later than 60 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the National Archives and Records Administration shall commence establishment of a collection of records to be known as the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection. In so doing, the Archivist shall ensure the physical integrity and original provenance of all records. The Collection shall consist of record copies of all Government records relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which shall be transmitted to the National Archives in accordance with section 2107 of title 44, United States Code. The Archivist shall Printing, prepare and publish a subject guidebook and index to the collection. (2) The Collection shall include— (A) all assassination records— (i) that have been transmitted to the National Archives or disclosed to the public in an imredacted form prior to the date of enactment of this Act; (ii) that are required to be transmitted to the National Archives; or