Submit a FOIA Request
You may submit a FOIA request by visiting the National Institutes of Health FOIA Webpage.
The NIEHS Office of Technology Transfer (NIEHS-OTT) is the point of contact for researchers wishing to obtain NIEHS-created research tools and data (Materials), or to share their Materials with NIEHS researchers, and enable NIEHS intramural researchers to more effectively interact with their counterparts — in academia, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector.
The FOIA, 5 U.S.C. 552, provides individuals with a right to access records in the possession of the Federal government. The government may withhold information pursuant to the nine exemptions and three exclusions contained in the Act.
If you have questions regarding FOIA requests pending with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) or the National Toxicology Program (NTP), or questions specific to NIEHS or NTP records, please contact the NIEHS FOIA Office by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone at 984-287-3354.
For more information about the types of records available through FOIA, or to submit a FOIA Request with NIEHS/NTP or another Institute or Center at NIH, visit the National Institutes of Health FOIA Webpage.
- FOIA Office
- Tel 984-287-3354
- Keystone 3164
530 Davis Drive
Morrisville, NC 27560
For FedEx and UPS deliveries, use this same mailing address.
For regular postal service (USPS) deliveries, use this mailing address:
c/o FOIA Office (Keystone, room 3164)
P.O. Box 12233
Durham, NC 27709
Questions About a FOIA Request
All questions about a FOIA request, including those about the status of a pending request, may be directed to the FOIA Office and the Government Information Specialist assigned to the request will respond to inquiries. However, if a requester wants to speak to a supervisor or has questions or concerns not addressed through discussion with the FOIA Government Information Specialists, the requester may contact the FOIA Public Liaison. The FOIA Public Liaison assists with many aspects of the NIEHS FOIA Program, including increasing transparency, reducing delays, and resolving disputes.
Regina Stabile, J.D.
FOIA Public Liaison and Privacy Act Coordinator
Tony O. Livingston
Government Information Specialist
Angie L. Tew
For Additional Information