106 STAT. 4068 PUBLIC LAW 102-550—OCT. 28, 1992 (i) IN GENERAL. —The Director of Central Intelligence shall disclose to the Attorney General or the Secretary of the Treasury any intelligence information that would otherwise be reported to an appropriate Federal banking agency pursuant to paragraph (1). After consultation with the Director of Central Intelligence, the Attorney General or the Secretary of the Treasury, shall disclose the intelligence information to the appropriate Federal banking agency. (ii) PROCEDURES FOR RECEIPT OF INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION. —Each appropriate Federal banking agency, in consultetion with the Director of Centr£u Intelligence, shall esteblish procedures for receipt of intelligence information that are adequate to protect the intelligence information. (B) CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, SAFETY OF GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATORS, INFORMANTS, AND WITNESSES. — If the Attorney General, the Secretary of the Treasury or their respective designees determines that the disclosure of information pursuant to paragraph (1) may jeopardize a pending civil investigation or litigation, or a pending criminal investigation or prosecution, may result in serious bodily ii\}ury or death to Government employees, informante, witnesses or their respective families, or may disclose sensitive investigative techniques and methods, the Attorney General or the Secretary of the Treasury shall— (i) provide the appropriate Federal banking agency a description of the information that is as specific as possible without jeopardizing the investigation, litigation, or prosecution, threatening serious bodily iiyiuy or death to Government employees, informants, or witnesses or their respective families, or disclosing sensitive investigation techniques and methods; and (ii) permit a full review of the information by the Federal banking agency at a location and under procedures that the Attorney General determines will ensure the effective protection of the information while permitting the Federal banking agency to ensure the safety and soundness of any depository institution. (C) GRAND JURY INVESTIGATIONS; CRIMINAL PROCE- DURE. — Paragraph (1) shall not— (i) apply to the receipt of information by an agency or instrumentelity in connection with a pending grand jury investigation; or (ii) be construed to require disclosure of information prohibited by rule 6 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, (b) PROCEDURES FOR RECEIPT OF DISCLOSURE REPORTS.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Within 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, each appropriate Federal banking agency shall esteblish procedures for receipt of a disclosure report by an agency or instrumentelity made in accordance with subsection (a)(1). The procedures established in accordance with this subsection shall ensure adequate protection of information disclosed, including access control and information accountebility.