Web Site Notices and Policies
FCA, along with other Federal agencies, is required to give notice to the public on its policies governing its programs and activities. Here you will find the following:
- How we treat information we receive on individuals. See Privacy.
- How we protect our Web site and its contents. See Web Site Security.
- Whether and how you can copy information off our site. See Copyright.
- How we ensure that FCA programs and activities are accessible to people with disabilities. See Accessibility.
- How to submit a request to receive a copy of an FCA document or other record that is not protected from disclosure. See Freedom of Information Act.
- Statistics on complaints to FCA made under the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 (No FEAR Act). See No FEAR Act Data.
- What nongovernmental commercial activities are being performed by FCA employees. See FAIR Act Commercial Activities Inventory.
- How FCA ensures the quality of information it dispenses. See Information Quality.
- How we decide which Web sites we will provide links to from our site. See Links to Other Web Sites.
- When we publish public reports and other information. See Schedule for Posting Web Content.
- A report on the number of personal identity verification credentials issued for FCA employees. See Personal Identity Verification Credentials.