The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta believes that transparency is important to promote better understanding of the Bank's mission and to maintain public trust. While the Atlanta Fed is not an agency as that term is defined in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552 and is therefore not subject to its provisions, we have elected to comply with the spirit of FOIA through our Transparency and Accountability Policy.

Nothing contained in this policy is intended to affect the communications or informational services that we routinely provide, nor any obligations to disclose information according to law (for example, Section 1103 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act) or other legal process. We will handle information requests invoking FOIA according to this policy.

You may make an Atlanta Fed records request via this form, or by contacting the Atlanta Fed's Transparency Office at

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Before you file a request for information, please review a list of documents we make publicly available that may meet your request. Verbal or written requests for information that the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta or Federal Reserve System regularly makes available on our website may be handled without the procedures described in this policy, provided any such request does not invoke or cite FOIA or the Reserve Bank's Transparency and Accountability Policy.

See our Transparency, Governance, and Ethics page for frequently requested information, such as the