Learn how to submit a written request for records from the Presidio Trust.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a federal statute that allows any person to obtain records of a federal agency. Like all federal agencies, the Presidio Trust is required under FOIA to disclose records that any person requests in writing.
The agency may only withhold records that are exempt from disclosure by FOIA. To get more information on the nine FOIA exemptions the Presidio Trust may claim to protect information in its records, consult the Presidio Trust FOIA Guide.
If you believe that records were withheld from you illegally, you can enforce your FOIA rights by filing an appeal with the agency and ultimately by filing a lawsuit in federal District Court.
Before submitting a FOIA request, please review the following instructions to aid us in deciding where to search to determine which records pertain to your request. It can also save you and the government time and money, and you may get what you want faster.
Note: A FOIA request may seek only records that exist at the time the request is received and may not require that new records be created in response to the request. For more guidance, please review our FOIA Regulation page.
If you have questions about the Presidio Trust Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) process, please contact us.
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