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FOIA Email Focus 2013

FOIA Email Focus 2013

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1. Be
professional
(refrain from transmitting jokes, profanity, disparaging remarks, “chain” letters, or illegal activities). 2. Label your emails and attachments (draft, deliberative, attorney/client) to aid the FOIA Office in
recognizing
 the applicable privilege or sensitivity. 3. Practice good records management by
organizing
your emails and following your office’s (approved) disposition schedule. 4.
Your conversations could be made public!
 Remember that emails are subject to FOIA and there are limitations to what information may be withheld from public disclosure.
Contact Information
Toll Free
(855) 444-FOIA (3642)
Email
FOIA@cfpb.gov
FOIA Manager
Martin Michalosky (202) 435-7198
Wiki Page
http://team.cfpb.local/wiki/index.php/FOIA
Public Page
www.consumerfinance.gov/foia/
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Guidance: Email Focus
Things to Remember

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