The Privacy Act of 1974 establishes certain controls over any personal information collected by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and how it is used. For additional information on your rights under the Privacy Act and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), please see Your Right To Federal Records - Questions and Answers on the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act (PDF).

The OCC respects your privacy. We do not collect or store information about members of the public who call or write the agency or visit our website, unless you identify yourself so that we can respond to an inquiry or request from you.

  • We use your personal identifying information only for the purpose for which it is originally collected.
  • We maintain your personal identifying information in secure computer systems and limit employee access to those with a business reason to see it.
  • We do not disclose your information to anyone outside the OCC, except when compelled by law or in connection with a criminal investigation (as explained below).

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