How do I report a PII breach?
Does the Privacy Act apply to all records maintained about individuals?
Does the Privacy Act apply to all records?
Does the Privacy Act apply to contractors?
How are recall/alert rosters handled?
How do I decide which Act , the Freedom of Information Act or the Privacy Act, pertains to the records I want?
How do I decide which Act pertains to the records I want?
How do I request my own records?
May I request records pertaining to someone else?
What are an individual's basic rights and the agency employees' responsibilities under the Privacy Act?
What can I do to meet my Privacy Act responsibilities?
What if I am not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien?
What if I want the records of a deceased person?
What is the Privacy Act?
What is the purpose of the Privacy Act?
What records are available through the Act?
When can I expect a reply to my request?
Who can request records under the Act?
Will I be charged any fees for my request?
What can I do to protect PII?
Can I participate in my Agency’s telework program if I use PII data?
What is considered Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?
What is defined as a “breach” of PII?
Where can PII be found?
Why should I protect PII?
What is a PAS?
What is an example of a PAS?
What is included in a PAS?
When do you give a PAS?
Where is the Air Force Privacy Act policy?
What are the blanket Routine Uses?
What is a Routine Use?
Are there government-wide SORNS?
How does the Government inform the public about the record systems that are covered by the Privacy Act?
What is a System of Records Notice (SORN)?
What is a System of Records?
When is a SORN required?
• Privacy Act Overview
• Air Force Privacy Act Instruction (PDF, 720 KB)
• Privacy Act Exceptions
• Privacy System Notices
• Privacy Impact Assessments
• PII Video Commercial
• Legislative History of the
• Air Force Link
Air Force Privacy, Civil Liberties, Information Collection and AF Section 508 Compliance Office's
1800 Air Force Pentagon
Washington, DC 20330-1800
Point of Contact:
AF Privacy, Civil Liberties, and Information Collections Offices
Phone: (571) 256-2515 (DSN: 260)