U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence

Alternative Names:
U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School (former name),  AMEDDC&S (Other Known Name),  MEDCoE (Other Known Name)

Folder Records: 11 Address 3630 Stanley Road, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 78234

APHIS #: 74-F-0002
OLAW/PHS Assurance #:
Type: United States Department of Defense (DOD)

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Records

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View 2020 AWA Regulation Correspondence PDF 03/05/2021 Download
View 2020 AWA Regulation Correspondence PDF 02/17/2021 Download
View 2020 AWA Regulation Correspondence PDF 11/30/2020 Download
View 2019 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2018 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2017 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2016 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/07/2020 Download
View 2015 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/10/2020 Download
View 2014 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/10/2020 Download
View 2013 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/10/2020 Download
View 1999 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 09/24/2020 Download

Laws

Is the lab subject to the open records law in its state?No No

Is the lab subject to federal FOIA?Yes Yes

Anti-Cruelty Law

Name: Texas Anti-Cruelty Laws

Citation: VTCA Penal Code § 4209,§ 42091,§ 42092,§ 4210,§ 42105

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Open Records Law

Name: Texas Public Information Act

Citation: T.G.C. Chapter 552 Subchapter A

Commentary:

Anyone can file a request. Initial response time is ten business days. Texas has a unique system for public-records requests. If a university wants to withhold some or all documents that you’ve requested, it usually asks the Texas Attorney General for a ruling beforehand. The Texas AG almost always rubberstamps universities’ requests to deny documents. If this occurs, then you have no right to appeal. But if a university withholds documents without first asking for a ruling, you have the right to appeal to the AG. For requests under fifty pages, you can be charged only for the actual cost of duplication. Over fifty, you can be charged for labor and overhead. The law says that a university “shall” waive fees if the request is in the public interest. You can appeal fee determinations to the Texas Attorney General. When it comes to animal documents, Texas has a couple of devious ways to hide them. First, all records involving a university’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) are considered medical committee documents and, thus, are completely exempt from release under state law. Also, veterinary records are off the table unless the veterinarian’s employer (i.e. the university itself) consents to their release, but – guess what? – most universities don’t. The situation isn’t completely hopeless, though. While some universities go running to the Texas AG to withhold every record we ask for, others release varying amounts of documents even though they technically could withhold them.

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