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The Department of Veterans Affairs maintains a collection of documents that are available electronically. These public records include VA statements of policy, staff manuals, as well as high-profile records that have been previously requested by another member of the public and is likely to become the subject of another FOIA request.
VA Directives and Handbooks
The VA maintains a list of statements of policy and interpretation which have been adopted by the agency. This information is available online on the VA Directives website. Also, the VA maintains a list of administrative staff manuals and instructions to staff that affect members of the public. This information is available online on the VA Handbooks website.
Below you will find VA FOIA records based on the following categories; Annual, Quarterly, FOIA Logs, Purchased Card Holder, Frequently Requested, and Chief FOIA Officer Records.
Click on the tab button to select the intended record.
Please note (clicking the x button in the top right corner will close the current tab).
Please Note: The following information is provided in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). For further information, please contact the FOIA Service staff at 202-632-7600. This information is current as of August 2019.
It is likely that the information you seek has already been made available on the VA FOIA reading room. View our frequently requested records for an index of records that have already been requested by members of the public.