EPA's Implementation of the Privacy Act
Privacy at EPA
The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a) mandates how federal agencies maintain records about individuals. The law strives to balance the government's need to maintain these records with the individual's right to be protected from unwarranted invasions of personal privacy. Learn more about how EPA implements the Privacy Act.
Laws, Policies and Resources
Discover information about laws and guidance, EPA policies and procedures, and related resources.
Learn about EPA Federal Information Systems, including EPA systems that collect PII and Systems of Records that retrieve information by a personal identifier.
Submit a Request
Request access to records about yourself in an EPA Privacy Act system of records.
Senior Officials Leading EPA's Privacy Efforts
- Senior Agency Official for Privacy (SAOP):
- Chief Privacy Officer: Tonya Manning
- Agency Privacy Officer: Jamie Huang