Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 110 Part 6.djvu/596

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110 STAT. 4418 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—APR. 16, 1996 any recommendation concerning the employment of the examinee. (5) Maintain all opinions, reports, charts, written questions, lists, and other records relating to the test, including, statements signed by examinees advising them of rights under the CAA (as described in section 1.23(a)(3) of this part) and any electronic recordings of examinations, for at least three years from the date of the administration of the test. (See section 1.30 of this part for recordkeeping requirements.) SUBPART D—RECORDKEEPING AND DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS SEC. 1.30 RECORDS TO BE PRESERVED FOR 3 YEARS. (a) The following records shall be kept for a minimum period of three years from the date the polygraph examination is conducted (or from the date the examination is requested if no examination is conducted): (1) Each employing office that requests an employee to submit to a polygraph examination in connection with an ongoing investigation involving economic loss or injury shall retain a copy of the statement that sets forth the specific incident or activity under investigation and the basis for testing that particular covered employee, as required by section 7(d)(4) of the EPPA and described in 1,12(a)(4) of this part. (2) Each examiner retained to administer examinations pursuant to any of the exemptions under section 7(d), (e) or (f) of the EPPA (described in sections 1.12 and 1.13 of this part) shall maintain all opinions, reports, charts, written questions, lists, and other records relating to polygraph tests of such persons. SEC. 1.35 DISCLOSURE OF TEST INFORMATION. This section prohibits the unauthorized disclosure of any information obtained during a polygraph test by any person, other than the examinee, directly or indirectly, except as follows: (a) A polygraph examiner or an employing office (other than an employing office exempt under section 7(a) or (b) of the EPPA (described in sections 1.10 and 1.11 of this part)) may disclose information acquired from a polygraph test only to: (1) The examinee or an individual specifically designated in writing by the examinee to receive such information; (2) The employing office that requested the polygraph test pursu£mt to the provisions of the EPPA (including management personnel of the employing office where the disclosure is relevant to the carrying out of their job responsibilities); (3) Any court, governmental agency, arbitrator, or mediator pursuant to an order from a court of competent jurisdiction requiring the production of such information; (b) An employing office may disclose information from the poly- graph test at any time to an appropriate governmental agency without the need of a court order where, and only insofar as, the information disclosed is an admission of criminal conduct. (c) A polygraph examiner may disclose test charts, without identifying information (but not other examination materials and records), to another examiner(s) for examination and analysis, provided that such disclosure is for the sole purpose of consultation