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Freedom of Information Act Handbook

Information Available to the Public

The United States Mint produces the Nation's circulating, numismatic, and bullion coinage.  The following documents expand further on the operations and functions of the Mint and are available to the Public (the Mint reserves the right to invoke 5 U.S.C., 552(b) exemptions, when appropriate):

  • U.S. Mint Solicitations, Contracts, and Purchase Orders;
  • the Mint's Directive on the FOIA (i.e., Mint Directive MD 7B-7);
  • Freedom of Information Act Report to Congress;
  • CFO Annual Financial Report;
  • United States Mint Strategic Plan;
  • United States Mint Annual Report;
  • Statements of the Director of the Mint and other Mint Officials before Congressional Committees;
  • Negotiated Agreement Between the United States Mint and Mint Council American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO);
  • Citizens Commemorative Coin Advisory Committee (CCCAC) Annual Report to Congress;
  • Mint Press Releases

In addition to the documents listed on page 8, Coin/Medal Order Forms are available to the Public.  By mail, the requestor should write to the United States Mint, Customer Care Center, 801 9th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20220.

The order forms are also available over the counter from the following locations:

    United States Mint Sales Center
    Union Station (Street level; Main Hall)
    50 Massachusetts Avenue, N.E.
    Washington, D.C. 20002

    United States Mint
    151 North Independence-Mall East
    Philadelphia, PA 19106-1886

    United States Mint
    320 West Colfax Avenue
    Denver, CO 80204-2693


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