Making a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request

Information Required

 

The U.S. Government needs specific information in order to process a FOIA request.‚Äč In order to make a FOIA request, you must:

- Provide your full name, address and any additional desired contact information (such as email address or telephone number).

- Provide a reasonable description that define the specific records you are requesting in enough detail so that they can be located with a reasonable amount of effort. Generally,   a record is reasonably described when the description contains sufficient file-related information (type of document, title, subject area, date of creation, originator, etc.); or the   request contains enough event-related information (date and circumstances surrounding the event the record covers) to permit the conduct of an organized, non-random search.

- Provide a statement of your fee category and your willingness to pay applicable fees.

- Send the request via mail, fax or email (listed below).

 

A letter template may be downloaded here.

A list of information exempted by the FOIA may be downloaded here.

**You can also submit a FOIA request via the FOIA.gov website located here.**

 

U.S. Postal Mailing Address:

USCYBERCOM/J0 FOIA-PA Requester Service Center
9800 Savage Rd., Suite 6171
Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755

Fax: (443) 654-4778
E-Mail: cybercom_foia@cybercom.mil