MAKING A FOIA REQUEST

Information Required

 

NOTE: U.S. Cyber Command-affiliated requesters, to include military and civilian employees:

1)         Should not use government equipment to include supplies, stationery, postage, telephones, or official mail channels to make FOIA requests, and

2)         May not use government time to make FOIA requests. Requests should be made through personal email or postal service during your own time.


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