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Office of the Director of National Intelligence – Electronic Reading Room Update‏
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Updated Documents:

1) ODNI FOIA Handbook 

2) ODNI FOIA Reading Room Certification

 

 

 

 

UNCLASSIFIED

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR OF THE INTELLIGENCE STAFF WASHINGTON, DC 20511

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Electronic Reading Room Certification

1. As directed, we conducted a review of our FOIA Reading Room to ensure we are in compliance with the stated requirements. As part of that review, our Information Management Office has verified that to the extent they exist, the following categories of records have been made available:

a. Final opinions and orders made in the adjudication of cases

b. Specific agency policy statements

c. Administrative staff manuals and instructions that affect the public

d. Records disclosed under the FOIA that may become the subject of subsequent requests.

  1. No deficiencies were noted during the review of our FOIA Reading Room. Further, regarding the disposition of final opinions, we searched and determined our Reading Room does not have

any subsection (a)(2)(A) records at this time.

  • We certify that our Reading Room is in compliance with the requirements of the FOIA.

    Ronald

  • L. Burgess, Jr. Date 1 r Lieutenant General, USA

    UNCL

     

     

    ODNI FOIA HANDBOOK

    INTRODUCTION

    The goal of the ODNI’s Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act office is to keep the

    public better informed about the DNI’s role to oversee and coordinate the foreign and

    domestic activities of the Intelligence Community (IC). Because of the ODNI’s need to

    comply with the national security laws of the United States, some information, including

    documents, or portions thereof, cannot be released to the public. Nonetheless, it is the

    goal of the ODNI to release, when possible, a substantial amount of information

    following review.

    The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), found in Section 552 of Title 5 of the United

    States Code, generally provides that any person has a right, enforceable in court, to

    request access to federal agency records. FOIA requires federal agencies to produce such

    records when requested, provided that the records (or portions thereof) are not exempt

    from disclosure pursuant to the FOIA’s exemptions.

    The Privacy Act (PA), found in Section 552a of Title 5 of the United States Code,

    balances the government’s need to collect, maintain, use, and disclose personal

    information about individuals with the rights of those individuals to be protected against

    unwarranted invasions of privacy. The PA provides citizens and legal permanent

    residents the right to obtain copies of records maintained on him/her if such information

    is not exempt from release under the provisions of the law.

    The ODNI began operations 21 April 2005. Requests for records created prior to this

    date that document the work of organizations that are now part of the ODNI should be

    directed to their former parent agency. If necessary, the ODNI will be consulted in

    response to that request. If you are seeking records from other agencies within the

    Intelligence Community you must write directly to them directly. For more information

    concerning our activities and the types of records we may have, please review our

    website,

    http://www.dni.gov.

    1. HOW TO MAKE A REQUEST

    The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with the procedures for making a FOIA

    or PA request to the ODNI. The process is not complicated and you are not required to

    use any particular form.

    Requests for information from any ODNI component or office must be sent to the

    following address:

    Director, Information Management Office

    Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

    Washington, DC 20511

    UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    Requests may also be faxed to (703) 275-1267. You may also send a request by email to

    DNI-FOIA@ugov.gov.

    Requests for information should be as specific as possible to ensure an accurate search

    for responsive material. A request that does not reasonably describe records cannot be

    processed and the requester will be contacted for clarification.

    The FOIA does not require agencies to answer questions. Only requests for documents

    will be processed by the FOIA office.

    Requests under the Privacy Act must include either a notarized statement of identity, or

    the following statement above your signature:

    “I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on

    (date).”

    2. FEES

    There is no initial fee to file a FOIA request and in the majority of requests made to the

    ODNI, no fees will ever be charged. Under the FOIA, however, the government is

    entitled to charge fees to certain types of requesters. Each requester will be placed in one

    of the following categories:

    Commercial: Requesters who seek information for a use or purpose that furthers their

    commercial, trade, or profit interest. Commercial requesters pay all fees for search,

    review, and duplication.

    Educational/Non-Commercial Scientific: Institutions of education, including preschools,

    elementary or secondary schools, and institutions of higher learning, or institutions

    operating solely for the purpose of conducting scientific research. Records must be

    sought for educational/academic/scientific research purposes. Educational/Non-

    Commercial Scientific requesters pay only duplication fees. The first 100 pages are

    provided at no cost.

    News Media: Any person gathering news for an entity organized and operated to publish

    or broadcast news to the public. News media pay only duplication fees. Again, the first

    100 pages are provided at no cost.

    Other: Requesters who do not fall into the other categories are considered to be “other” in

    status. These individuals normally make requests for records for their personal use.

    “Other” requesters receive two hours of search time, the first 100 pages duplication, and

    all review at no cost.

    ODNI will consider each FOIA request a firm commitment to pay any and all fees up to

    $25. However, a request letter may include a specific statement regarding the amount of

    UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    fees the requester is willing to pay. Requesters are encouraged to include such a

    statement as it may speed up the processing of the FOIA request. This does not mean

    fees will automatically be assessed. An individual may also request a fee waiver. Fee

    waivers may be granted when disclosure of the information requested is in the public

    interest because it would contribute significantly to public understanding of the

    operations or activities of the government. The requester must demonstrate an ability to

    disseminate the information, and there must be no commercial interest to the requester in

    the disclosure of information.

    4. HOW SOON TO EXPECT A RESPONSE

    Every attempt to respond within the 20 day timeframe established by the FOIA will be

    made. However, because of the complexity of records maintained by the ODNI, it will

    not always be possible for this agency to meet that requirement. Under Executive Order

    13,392 FOIA requesters may contact an agency’s FOIA Requester Service Center to

    check on the status of their FOIA requests. The ODNI Service Center can be reached at

    (703) 275-2210.

    5. ELIGIBILITY FOR EXPEDITED PROCESSING

    In some cases, a requester may ask for expedited processing. ODNI will review all such

    requests. A requester must demonstrate one of the following compelling needs to be

    granted expedited processing:

    – Failure to obtain the records could reasonably be expected to pose an imminent threat

    to the life or physical safety of an individual.

    – Information is urgently needed by an individual primarily engaged in disseminating

    information in order to inform the public concerning the activities of the federal

    government.

    – Failure to obtain the records would result in the loss of an individual’s rights to due

    process.

    6. FOIA EXEMPTIONS

    The FOIA allows the government to protect information that falls under one of its

    exemptions. The exemptions are cited in the Act as 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(1) through (b)(9).

    (b)(1) – records are currently and properly classified in the interest of national security.

    (b)(2) – records that relate solely to the internal rules and practices of an agency.

    (b)(3) – records that are protected by another law that specifically exempts the

    information from public release.

    (b)(4) – trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from an

    individual or business which would cause substantial competitive harm to the

    UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    submitter if disclosed.

    (b)(5) – internal records that are pre-decisional and deliberative in nature, or exempt as

    attorney-client or attorney-work product records.

    (b)(6) – records which if released would result in a clearly unwarranted invasion of

    personal privacy.

    (b)(7) – investigatory records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes.

    (b)(8) – records used by agencies responsible for the regulation or supervision of

    financial institutions.

    (b)(9) – records containing geological and geophysical information regarding wells.

    7. HOW TO APPEAL

    A requester has the right to appeal a denial of a document or any portion of that

    document. Failure of the ODNI to find records may also be appealed. Appeals must be

    submitted within 45 days to the following address:

    Director, Information Management Office

    Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

    Washington, DC 20511

    8. ODNI FOIA ELECTRONIC READING ROOM

    ODNI maintains an electronic reading room on its public website, http://www.dni.gov.

    Documents falling under subsection (a)(2) of the FOIA are posted there, including

    agency policy statements and records previously released under the FOIA.

    9. COMPLAINTS AND SUGGESTIONS

    The ODNI Chief FOIA Officer, as defined by Executive Order 13,392, has agency-wide

    responsibility for compliance with the FOIA. You may contact the ODNI Chief FOIA

    Officer at the following address with any complaints or suggestions regarding our FOIA

    process:

    Director, Information Management Office

    Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

    Washington, DC 20511

     

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