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How to make a FIOA request?

FOIA requests must be submitted in writing, by e-mail, U.S. mail, fax or hand-carried letter. Requests must include a title or reasonable description of the records desired. They must also include a statement of willingness to pay fees for the search of, review of and reproduction of any records requested.
  1. For submitting Freedom of Information requests online our Requester Service Centers (RSC) click on the following AF eFOIA Pubic Access Link (PAL): www.efoia.af.mil/palMain.aspx
  2. If dissatisfied with the response received from the Requester Service Center, you may contact the Air Force FOIA Public Liaison Office at af.foia@pentagon.af.mil or 202-404-1393.
  3. The electronic reading room is located on the Air Force freedom of Information Act web page at www.foia.af.mil/index.asp, under the title, "Reading Room."
Or, submit request via U.S. mail or hand carry them to:

22 CS/SCOKR FOIA
53064 Hutchinson Street, Suitte 116C
McConnell AFB KS 67221-07791

Requests can be faxed to: (316) 759-4258

For more information, call (316) 759-2097


Fees for Processing FOIA Requests
The FOIA allows fee charges based on the requester's category. There are three categories: commercial (pay search, review, and reproduction fees); educational, non-commercial scientific institution, and news medica (pay reproduction fees; first 100 pages provided at no cost); and others (pay search and reproduction fees; first two hours search and 100 pages provided at no cost).

For more information visit:
Air Force FOIA Web site
DoD FOIA Web site



What is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?

Public Law 5 U.S.C. 552 enacted the Freedom of Information Act. It established statutory rights of access to government information. It generally states that any person has a right, enforceable in court, of access to federal agency records -- except to the extent that such records, or portions thereof, are protected from disclosure by one of nine exemptions or one of three special law-enforcement record exclusions. See DoD Regulation 5400.7, Air Force Supplement, DoD Freedom of Information Act Program, the prescribing directive, for more information.

Who can submit a FOIA requests?

Members of the public, including foreign citizens, military and civilian personnel acting as private citizens, organizations and businesses and individual members of the Congress -- for themselves or constituents. Government employees submitting requests should not use government equipment, supplies, stationery, postage, telephones or official mail channels to make FOIA requests.


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