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PUBLIC LAW 102-526—OCT. 26, 1992 106 STAT. 3447 (c) REVIEW.— (1) Not later than 300 days after the date of enactment of this Act, each Government office shall review, identify and organize each assassination record in its custody or possession for disclosure to the public, review by the Review Board, and transmission to the Archivist. (2) In carrying out paragraph (1), a Government office shall— (A) determine which of its records £ure assassination records; (B) determine which of its assassination records have been officially disclosed or publicly available in a complete and unredactedform; (C)(i) determine which of its assassination records, or particular information contained in such a record, was created by a third agency or by another Government office; and (ii) transmit to a third agency or other Government office those records, or particular information contained in those records, or complete and accurate copies thereof; (D)(i) determine whether its assassination records or particular information in assassination records are covered by the standards for postponement of public disclosure under this Act; and (ii) specify on the identification aid required by subsection (d) the applicable postponement provision contained in section 6; (E) or^amze and make available to the Review Board all assassination records identified under subparagraph (D) the public disclosure of which in whole or in part may be postponed under this Act; (F) organize and make available to the Review Board any record concerning which the office has any imcertainty as to whether the record is an assassination record governed by this Act; (G) give priority to— (i) the identification, review, and transmission of all assassination records publicly available or disclosed as of the date of enactment of this Act in a redacted or edited form; and (ii) the identification, review, and transmission, under the standards for postponement set forth in this Act, of assassination records tiiat on the date of enactment of this Act are the subject of litigation under section 552 of title 5, United States Code; and (H) make available to the Review Board any additional information and records that the Review Board has reason to believe it requires for conducting a review under this Act. (3) The Director of each archival depository established under section 2112 of title 44, United States Code, shall have as a priority the expedited review for public disclosure of assassination records in the possession and custody of the depository, and shall make such records available to the Review Board as required by this Act. (d) IDENTIFICATION AIDS. —(I)(A) Not later than 45 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Archivist, in consultation with the appropriate Government offices, shall prepare and make available to all Government offices a standard form of identification or finding aid for use with each assassination record subject to review under this Act.