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Information Quality

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issu​ed government-wide information quality guidelines under section 515 of the Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2001.  The OMB Section 515 Information Quality Guidelines have been prepared to ensure and maximize the quality, objectivity, utility and integrity of information disseminated by Federal agencies.

FHFA Information Quality Guidelines (2022)

FHFA Information Quality Annual Reports

Information Correction Requests and Requests for Reconsideration should be sent to:

​Federal Housing Finance Agency
ATTN: Information Quality Program (OTIM/OCAC)
400 7th Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20219


What information must I include in my request?

  • Your name, address, telephone number, and organizational affiliation, if any;
  • A description of the specific information that is the subject of the request (title of the document, date of release, URL of the web page on which the information appears, etc.);
  • An explanation of the reasons for believing the information is incorrect, including specific recommendations for correcting the information.

Persons filing a request or complaint have the burden of proof to demonstrate that the information is not correct.  Information requests will be evaluated for completeness and clarity. 

When and how will FHFA respond to my complaint?

In general, FHFA will respond in writing within 60 calendar days from the date FHFA receives your complaint. This response time may be extended for up to an additional 60 calendar days. If an extension is required, FHFA will send you a notice and will provide you with an estimated response date. ​

Peer Review Reports

Federal Housing Finance Agency does not currently produce or sponsor the distribution of influential scientific information (including highly influential scientific assessments) within the definitions promulgated by OMB.​