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On October 1, 2002, the Department of Transportation (DOT) issued agency guidelines to ensure the quality of disseminated information. If you are affected by information that the Department has disseminated on or after October 1, 2002 (i.e., if you are harmed because the information does not meet the standards of the guidelines or a correction of the information would benefit you), you may request that the Department correct that information. We regard information originally disseminated before October 1, 2002, as being subject to this correction process only if it remains readily available to the public (e.g., it is posted on a DOT website) and it continues to play a significant, active role in Department programs or in private sector decisions.
The Department will consider only fully-completed requests for correction or requests for reconsideration via the Department's on- line request forms. Although we prefer a completed on-line form, we will also respond to request in written form, by letter or fax, to the following address:
U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
Office of Dockets and Media Management
SUBJECT: Request for Correction of Information
1200 New Jersey Avenue, S. E.
Washington, DC 20590
Fax number: 202/366-7202
Note: If you are making a request for reconsideration, you should include a reference to the initially assigned DOT docket number. This will enable DMS personnel to correctly place your reconsideration request in the same docket as your initial request.
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