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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests
The FOIA Officer is the principal contact point within Child and Family Services Agency for advice and policy guidance on matters pertaining to the administration of the FOIA. All requests are handled professionally and expeditiously.
FOIA requests may be oral or in writing. If the request is written, the envelope shall prominently be marked "FOIA Request." The FOIA Officer may request that an oral request be reduced to writing, if the requested records are not customarily made available by the public body.
For more information on how to file an FOIA request, visit the Government Resource Center.
200 I Street, SE,
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: (202) 727-2646
Fax: (202) 727-8886
Frequently Requested FOIA Materials
The District of Columbia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) DC Official Code §§2-531 et seq., provides that any person has the right to request access to public records. All public bodies of the District Government are required to disclose public records, except for those records, or portions of records, that are protected from disclosure by the exemptions found at DC Official Code §2-534.
The following policies, administrative issuances, regulations, manuals and reports are available as public record:
Memorandums of Legal Advice
- MLA-08/01 Subpoenas and Summonses
- MLA-07/09 CPR Investigations
- MLA-07/08 CPR-Privacy Mediation
- MLA-07/07 CPR
- MLA-07/06 Parents Criminal Background Checks
- MLA-07/05 Foster Parents Drug and Alcohol Testing
- MLA-07/04 Reinstatement-Restoration of Annual Leave
- MLA-07/03 Criminal Offenses Suitability Determinations
- MLA-07/02 Adoption Subsidy
- MLA-07/01 CPR-Privacy
- MLA-06/05 Provisional License
- MLA-06/04 Sole Source Contractor Considered Volunteer or Employee
- MLA-06/03 CPR with Inconclusive Findings
- MLA-06/02 Accommodation for Employees with Disabilities
- MLA-06/01 Part-time Youth and ETV Funds
You may also view the memorandums as a list.