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Disclosure of Information

While the Reserve Bank is not an agency as defined by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the Bank is committed to complying with the spirit of that act. Accordingly, it is the Bank’s policy to disclose many of its records upon request, including, in certain instances, information that FOIA would ordinarily exempt from disclosure. In all cases, disclosure decisions will take into consideration whether disclosure would 1) impair some legitimate public or private interest protected by law; 2) violate other applicable law; or 3) impair the effectiveness of the Bank or the Federal Reserve System in performing their respective responsibilities. Requests must be made in writing to:

Jeanne R. Rentezelas
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Ten Independence Mall
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1574

  • Last update: March 4, 2019