Privacy Act Information - Legal Services

Naval Postgraduate School FOIA Electronic Reading Room - Content

NPS FOIA Reports

It may be necessary to download and open these pdf files in Adobe Acrobat

FY2012 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
FY2013 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
FY2014 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
FY2015 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
FY2016 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
FY2017 Annual FOIA Report, DD Form 2564 [PDF] - Link
 

Link to other Navy FOIA Electronic Reading Rooms: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/foia/Pages/default.aspx

Privacy Act Information - Title

Privacy Act Information


 

Nested Applications
Privacy Act Officials - content

Privacy Act Officials

  • Privacy Act Coordinator, Naval Postgraduate School Contact: Privacyact@nps.edu
  • Head Privacy Act/FOIA Branch
    Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (N09B30)
    2000 Navy Pentagon
    Washington, D.C. 20350-2000
    Phone (202) 685-6545 / Fax (202) 685-6580
Controlling Directives - Content

Controlling Directives

  • SECNAVINST 5211.5D, Department of the Navy Privacy Act Program
  • OPNAVNOTE 5211, Navy Privacy Act (PA) System of Record Notices
  • OPNAVNOTE 5211, Defense Privacy Board of Advisory Opinions
Privacy Act Information - Content

PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 BACKGROUND

The Privacy Act of 1973 permits agencies to collect and maintain information on U.S. citizens and legally admitted aliens. Within the Navy, we are permitted to collect and maintain information on individuals affiliated with the Navy (i.e., Navy civilian employees, military members, family members, contract workers, ect). The information we collect and maintain fall under one of the 179 Privacy Act systems. A list of the approved systems are contained in OPNAVNOTE 5211, navy Privacy Act (PA) System of Record Notices.

Privacy Act Statements:

* If you are collecting personal information directly from an individual about him/herself, you must provide a Privacy Act Statement (PAS) that lists the authority and purpose for collecting the information; who will use and have access to the information; and, whether or not providing the information is voluntary or mandatory. In most instances, providing the information is voluntary.

Access to Privacy Act Files:
* Access to information contained in a PAS is limited to officials within the agency (for this purpose agency refers to Department of Defense) with a need to know in their official capacity and to those officials listed in the routine use paragraph of the systems notices.