Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Request for Correction of Information Disseminated by the Board

The requester is responsible for providing information needed to process a request for correction. Persons who provide a full statement of facts will help expedite the review process, and their requests will be reviewed faster than requests from those who provide few or no facts to support their requests.

* Required field: The information provided to the Board on this form is used for responding to your request.

Privacy Act Statement. Collection of this information is authorized by section 515 of the Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2001, Public Law 106-554. The information will be used to process your request for correction of information. In some circumstances, we may disclose information you submitted to a congressional office in response to an inquiry made on your behalf; to the Department of Justice or to a court or other tribunal when the information is relevant and necessary to litigation; or to a contractor or another federal agency to help accomplish a function related to this process. Supplying this information is voluntary, but failure to provide all the information may cause a delay in the processing of your request or prevent the processing of your request.

Requester's information

Subject: Request for correction of information under the Boards's information-quality guidelines

Please provide a description of the report, data set, or other document that contains the information you seek to have corrected, including (when applicable) the number or title of the document in question and the date of release.


Please provide a description of the specific information believed to be in error and a detailed explanation of how or why the information does not comply with Board or OMB guidelines, a detailed statement of the reason you believe the information is wrong, and a statement about how it should be corrected. Include specific reasons or examples.


Please provide a detailed explanation of how the disseminated information affects you (that is, what benefit or harm may come to you as a result of the information).

Last update: March 10, 2011