The Privacy Act defines "systems of records" as "as group of any records under the control of any agency from which information is retrieved by the name of the individual or by some identifying number, symbol, or other identifying particular assigned to the individual." Federal agencies are required to make the public aware of what "system of records" they maintain.

You can find more information on governmentwide systems of records at:

Below is a list of CPSC's Systems of Records notices: 

Record Description
CPSC-2 Advisory Committee Records (pdf)
CPSC-3 Claims (pdf)
CPSC-4 Hotline Database (pdf)
CPSC-7 Enforcement and Investigation Files (pdf)
CPSC-9 General Counsel Tracking (pdf)
CPSC-10 Procurement Files (pdf)
CPSC-11 Physical Security Records (pdf)
CPSC-12 Employee Outside Activity Notices (pdf)
CPSC-13 Personnel, Payroll, Financial Management, Retirement, Attendance and Leave Records (pdf)
CPSC-15 Employee Relations Files (pdf)
CPSC-17 Commissioner Officer Personal Data File (pdf)
CPSC-20 Personnel Security File (pdf)
CPSC-23 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Disability/Accommodation Files (pdf)
CPSC-24 Respirator Program Medical Reports (pdf)
CPSC-25 FOIA Express System of Records (FOIAXpress) (pdf)
CPSC-26 Learning Management System (pdf)
CPSC-27 Requests for Information (pdf)
CPSC-28 Emergency Information Systems for the Consumer Product Safety Commission (Commission or CPSC) (pdf)
CPSC-29 Request Tracking System for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act (PA) Requests (pdf)
CPSC-30 Transit Subsidy Benefit Program (pdf)
CPSC-31 Contests, Challenges, and Awards Program (pdf)
  Amendment to CPSC-31
CPSC-32 CPSC Correspondence Tracking System (CTS) (pdf)
CPSC-33 International Trade Data System Risk Assessment Methodology System (pdf)