Freedom of Information Act
Passed in 1966, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) provides the public and industry a means of acquiring information about Federal Government activities.

Judi Hollingsworth
FOIA Public Liaison Officer

Requester's Guide:  Instructions on obtaining information through the Freedom of Information Act and several links to information and/or documents that are useful to the requestor

FOIA Electronic Library:  Documents specifically identified for inclusion by the Freedom of Information Act, as well as documents for which we have received multiple requests. The number of items in the Reading Room will continue to grow.

Request Form:  Select the type of document you are requesting and the purpose of the request.

Other Sources:  Electronic sources of public information that may assist you in your search for records.

Privacy Policy:  How NASA will use information we gather about you from your visit to our website. The privacy of our customers is of the utmost importance to NASA.

NASA may provide links to Web pages that are not part of the NASA Web family or domain. These sites are managed by organizations, companies, or individuals and not under NASA control, and NASA is not responsible for the information or links you may find there. NASA provides links to these sites merely as a convenience and the presence of these links is not a NSAA endorsement of the sites. NASA is not responsible for the information collection practices of non-NASA sites. Once you link to another site, you are subject to the privacy policy of the new site, and you should read that site's policies on privacy and information collection.