Freedom of Information Act Requests
|Before submitting a request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), review our web site to make sure the
information is not already available online: many requests ask for
information already located online. If not, then e-mail or call us. We
find quite often the information you are needing is available without the
need to submit a FOIA request.
If after contacting us, you feel the information you want is not being provided (or as we do sometimes, we asked you to submit a formal request), please review the Service's FOIA web site for instruction on how to submit a request and where to submit a request. (See links below.)
For the North Florida Ecological Service Field Office in Jacksonville, please submit your FOIA request in writing to our Southeast Regional FOIA Officer in Atlanta, GA.
You can find detailed information on the Department of Interior's FOIA page: http://www.doi.gov/foia/index.html
Last modified July 23, 2008
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