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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
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You may request information from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). On this page, you will find instructions on how to make a request and contact information. You will also find links to items people ask for most often.

We will continue to provide you with more current program information as it becomes available.

  • Guide to Information Resources (HHS)
    This guide provides instructions on how to obtain information. It also includes a list of HHS FOIA officers, HHS components, and clearinghouses. (ACF uses the HHS FOIA process.)

    If you have any questions regarding fees, fee waivers, FOIA-exempted materials and on how to write an appeal for a denied request, please contact the FOIA liaisons on the links listed below.

  • Other Related Federal Sites
    The Department of Health and Human Services FOIA page contains a list FOIA and Publication offices, HHS Press Office address, annual reports, and an index of other major iInformation systems.

    The Department of Justice FOIA site includes a directory of principle FOIA contacts at other federal agencies, the text of FOIA, Privacy Act, and FOIA Update.

  • Links to Agency Records on the World Wide Web
    The Government Information Locator (GILS) identifies public information resources within the Federal government.

    The U.S. Government Printing Office through GPO Access provides a wealth of important information produced by the Federal Government.

    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) stores historical government documents in different formats.

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    The page was last updated: October 10, 2002 5:19 PM