How to make a request
Requests for records pursuant to the Act can be submitted to the NNSA Albuquerque Complex in writing at the following address:
NNSA Albuquerque Complex
Office of the General Counsel
P. O. Box 5400
Albuquerque, NM 87185-5400
In your request, please advise you are requesting the records pursuant to the Privacy Act of 1974 and describe the records being sought as clearly as possible and state whether you are seeking access or requesting an amendment. You may request to review, in person, the records being sought. If you are a former employee, for example, providing the dates of your employment would be helpful in locating records. Other information that would be helpful in locating records would be your full name, any other names you might have used, your birth date, your social security number, and home address. Please provide a phone number where you can be reached during the day in case there are questions. Don’t forget to sign your request. Also, you will need to establish your identity. This can be accomplished by seeking copies of or access or requesting an amendment to records.
- including with your request, if submitted by mail, a photocopy of two identifying documents bearing your name and signature, one of which shall bear your current home or business address and date of birth;
- appearing at the appropriate Department location during the regular business hours and present either of the following:
- one identifying document bearing your photograph and signature, such as a driver’s license or passport;
- two identifying documents bearing your name and signature, one of which shall bear your current home or business address and date of birth; or
- having your signature notarized; or
- State on your request:
"Under penalty of perjury, I am (your name)
living at (your street address, city and zipcode).
For further information on how to submit a request pursuant to the Privacy Act of 1974 to the NNSA Albuquerque Complex, feel free to contact Deliliah Perez at 505-845-4819 or toll free at 866-747-5994. You may also refer to our implementing regulation, 10 CFR, Part 1008.