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Freedom of Information Act Handbook

Appeals

If requested records are found inappropriate for disclosure and access is denied, the requester may appeal the decision within 35 days from the date of the denial letter.  The appeal must be in writing and signed by the original requester.  The appeal letter should be addressed to: Director, United States Mint, Washington, D.C. 20220.  The appeal should reasonably describe the records requested, and should specify the date of the initial request and date of the initial determination.  The appeal should also provide the address where the requester wishes to be notified of the decision on the appeal.

Appeal procedures also apply to the denial of a request for a waiver or reduction of fees, or for a no records located response.

 

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