Any individual may request access to records about himself or herself from an OGE Governmentwide system of records. To do so, an individual must submit a written request, which includes the words “Privacy Act Request” on both the envelope and at the top of the request letter. A request should contain a specific reference to the OGE system of records from which access to the records is sought, the requester’s full name (including maiden name, if pertinent), and a statement whether the requester wants a copy of the record or wants to examine the record in person.
OGE maintains two major Governmentwide systems of records and five Internal systems of records.
The Governmentwide systems of records are:
The five Internal systems of records are:
A requester may provide his or her dates of employment if relevant to the inquiry. NOTE: A requester seeking access to a SF/OGE Form 278 or OGE Form 450 may file with OGE a Privacy Act request or an OGE 201 Public Access Form. For records filed directly with OGE by non-employees, a request should be sent to: The Deputy Director Office of Agency Programs Office of Government Ethics Suite 500 1201 New York Avenue, NW. Washington, DC 20005-3917 For records filed with a Designated Agency Ethics Official (“DAEO”) or the head of a department or agency, a request should be sent to the DAEO at the department or agency concerned. For records filed with the Federal Election Commission by candidates for President or Vice President, a request should be sent to: The General Counsel Office of General Counsel Federal Election Commission 999 E Street, NW. Washington, DC 20463 For records filed with OGE by employees or former employees, a request should be sent to: The Deputy Director Office of Administration and Information Management Office of Government Ethics Suite 500 1201 New York Avenue, NW. Washington, DC 20005-3917